Lewis clock company is a mystery to us. All we know is what we can tell from the photos. They resemble some clocks made by the Neon Clock Company of Los Angeles but we honestly don't know anything about this company.
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|This is a nice example of a Lewis clock. It seems rather small, with think numbers and hands. It had four sockets for neon, thus it could have two external tubes.|
|This is another "exposed" ring clock by Lewis. Note that this one only has two external sockets, allowing for just one tube.|
|And a few more Lewis clocks...|
|This clock has four external sockets.||Look closely in this photo. There's a "Cleveland" exposed ring clock in the upper right, measuring about 26 inches in diameter, so this give an idea of the size of the Lewis clocks.||This clock has two external sockets.|
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