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1960s British Gents bakelite vintage wall clock

S/N:7012

1960s

  • £170.00
  • €197 Euro
  • $237 US Dollar

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2020
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A rather smart vintage office wall clock was made in England by Gents of Leicester and dates from the 1960s.

The bakelite case does have a few marks, but has polished up to have a lovely deep satin lustre. The silver colour auminium dial is in nice condition. The Arabic numerals are crisp. The hands are undamaged and have minimal wear. The original glass shows very minor wear commensurate with its age, these were sealed with putty and this can be seen a little.

Overall dia 36cm, depth 7cm.

Fitted with a high quality battery quartz mechanism that is fully guaranteed for twelve months. Requires one AA battery which is supplied with the clock.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 36cm (14.17in)
  • W: 36cm (14.17in)
  • D: 7cm (2.76in)

Period: 

1960s

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All my clocks are originals. Typically post-war, they are sourced from around the UK and throughout Europe, both old West and former Eastern Block countries.

All the clocks are fitted with high quality battery quartz mechanisms that are reliable, accurate and fully guaranteed for twelve months.

I am a professionally trained restorer. I have been providing customers with period restored clocks with replaced mechanisms, giving the authentic style with worry-free reliability for over 30 years. Every clock that I sell is restored by me, and I take pride in selling clocks with a high standard of finish.

All clocks are hand-restored using traditional methods. Each clock I acquire differs depending upon the severity of the neglect it has suffered. I personally restore each clock to ensure that it is back to its former beauty, whilst retaining the individual character it has acquired over time.

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