Here is a Bulova wind up alarm clock with a playing cards or poker theme. The front face reads “BULOVA” and at the bottom reads “JAPAN” in an arc. There are similarities to this alarm clock by Elgin, West Germany.
The dial is white with dots for numerals, a red hour hand, and a black minute hand. The dots and clock hands are glow-in-the-dark. The front case of the clock features the numerals as well as the four suits: hearts represents 12, clubs represents 3, diamonds represents 6, and spades represents 9.