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Vintage PRIM kitchen wall clock made in Czechoslovakia in the 60s. In beautiful pistachio green colour. Completely cleaned and repaired. Original clockwork was replaced by new one powered by one AA battery. The timer was repaired and still working well,...
Vintage Bakelite Kienzle Chronoquartz Wall Clock, 1970s.
Grey Industrial Factory Wall Clock from Pragotron, 1960s.
Large Square Industrial Double-Sided Factory Clock from Pragotron, 1960s.
Large Industrial Double Sided Railway or Factory Clock from Pragotron, 1960s.
Large Industrial Bakelite Double Sided Factory Clock from Pragotron, 1950s.
The Art Deco wall clock was produced in the 1930s by the Czechoslovakian manufacture Prim. The clock is made of a glass dial set on a wooden base, the ferrule and the mechanism of the clock are made of brass.
Mid-Century ceramic winding Junghans wall clock made in Germany in the 50s. The clockwork is original, working, checked by watchmaker, but without a guarantee because of its age.
This is an unique Pragotron PK-27 wall clock with distinctive brown outer frame that was produced in small quantities. Its an original industrial wall clock from the 1960s Czechoslovakia.
Industrial Pragotron station clock made in Czechoslovakia in the 1970s. The frame is made from metal and covered with glass. It's completely repaired, new clockwork is powered by AA battery.
Finished with gold leaf and a classic blue pastel colour, this square ceramic wall clock, marked “Handarbeit 42154”, is a fine example of mid-century West German craftsmanship.
Big brutalist wall object (clock) by Franco Bastianelli
Kienzle clock, model "Weltzeituhr" Heinrich Möller Germany 1970
Vintage wooden Ruhla table clock made in Germany in the 1970s.New clockwork powered by one AA battery. Small faults visible on the pictures. The wood was partially restored, the metal parts were cleaned and polished.
Vintage winding Weimar table clock made in Germany in the 1960s.New clockwork powered by one AA battery. Small faults visible on the pictures. The wood was partially restored, the metal parts were cleaned and polished.