Raymond K. Pelosi - Brooklyn NY
A combined timepiece and identification device (10, 50) contains personal identification and/or medical information about the person wearing the device. The device includes a housing (13, 51) in which first and second panels (30, 31 or 58, 59) are hingedly mounted for movement between closed positions stored in the housing and exposed positions generally parallel to one another outside the housing at opposite ends thereof. One of the panels carries a piece of microfilm (38, 60) containing the information, and the other panel carries a lens (39, 61) adapted to focus on the microfilm when the panels are in their opened positions outside the housing. The timepiece (11, 50) comprises an openable cover (20, 63) for the housing so that the panels are enclosed and protected when the cover is closed. Springs (36, 37 or 71, 72) urge the panels toward their opened, unfolded positions when the cover is opened.