- MSRP: $92.95
- Brand: USA
- Size: 3 3/4" high, 6 7/8" width, 3 1/4" in depth
- Color: brass colored
- Style: Victorian
- Condition: Pre-owned
- Notes: This clock is for repair. This clock will run, but eventually stops, after minutes or hours. The case has only slight wear. The glass crystal has no cracks or chips. The regulator is missing.
- Type: Victorian era clock
- Age: 1890-1920
- Region of Origin: USA
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Country of Manufacture: United States
- Features: 12-hour Dial
- Country Made: USA
Here is this USA ornate desk clock. It measures 3 3/4″ in height, 6 7/8″ wide, and 3 1/4″ in depth. This clock is for repair. This clock will run, but eventually stops, after minutes or hours. The case has only slight wear. The glass crystal has no cracks or chips. The regulator is missing.
Disclaimer: This is an old clock for parts or repair.
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