This is a brass, tin and celluloid perpetual desk calendar made by Brown and Bigelow in 1927-1935. It is specialty advertising item made by Brown and Bigelow that many companies bought to have their own business printed on the front and then they gave them away to their clients. In this case, Jeffrey Press commissioned these for their business. Jeffrey Press was established in 1913, but the patent for this calendar design was not entered until 1927 and granted in 1929, so this would have to date to 1927 or later. This piece has a value of $40 to $50.
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