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Vintage German Wall Clock

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This is a vintage glossy blue and white plastic wall clock. It was manufatured in former West Germany in the 1960's. The clock lid is made of plastic.
This clock uses a standard Alcalin C batterie.
Great vintage condition. No chip, no crack, no repair. Some scratches on the lid, only noticable by close look.

It is a great collectible home decor object with an everyday use. It would look great in a kitchen of course, in an atelier or in an office. Would be a great present for a guy too!

The listing doesn't include batteries.

7.3" x 7.3"
18.5cm x 18.5cm

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Vintage German Wall Clock


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: clock mechanism, plastic
  • Ships worldwide from Germany
  • Feedback: 851 reviews
  • Favorited by: 55 people