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05/27/2018 01:03 PM
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1920íS GERMAN WIND-UP WALL CLOCK

Item: 26
Age. Circa 1920s
Composition. See below

Rating: 7
Comments. This clock has a wood case, brass works as well as embellishments, a convex glass dial cover and was made by Amker. The door has double glass panels held together with braised brass pieces and this clock is heavy for its size. The woods finish has wear, shade variations, some hazing and some small scratches/scrapes. The case is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has some wood wear, has a few small, shallow wood dents and has some minor soiling. It denotes the quarters, half hour as well as report the hours in various types of chimes but it does needs some help to make it work properly. There has been a glue repairs to the interior of the case and there is wear on the dial. One of the glass panels has a crack as seen in our photo. We had it working for a while and it good time but it would not run continuously, so we are selling this clock as is. Needs some work, if youíve got the time.

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