ITEM # NRSC-1
"ORIGINAL BRITISH SHIP'S CLOCK"
A very nice, original ships clock from a scrapped British
merchant vessel of the mid 20th century.
The unit has a solid brass case, wall mounting, with a 1/4"
thick beveled glass face and hinged brass bezel.
The clock face is antique white, with black roman numerals,
The hour and minute hands are black with a red second hand.
The clock is for time movement only, wound with a key at the lower center.
Fully operational and in excelled polished condition for its age.
Made in England by
7" in diameter x 3 1/2" deep
, with a 5 1/2" diameter glass face.
Weight a very hefty 5 pounds
Mid 20th Century Vintage
ITEM # NRSC-2
"HOURS OUT TO SEA CLOCK"
An original Russian Military
"HOURS OUT SEA CLOCK"
A very nice and unusual item from our
"COLD WAR ERA"
Very submarine looking, with a beveled cast aluminum
body, with a hinged glass bezel, painted beige.
The winding key is also used to lock and unlock the bezel.
The unit is wall mounting, and the screw holes are located
under the bezel and are not visible when closed.
The unit has a second hand, a one hour dial on the right,
and an hours past dial on the left, counting in 12 hour periods.
At the center of the face above the dials is a
with the side view of the head of the Russian Leader
"VLADIMIR I. LENIN"
who established the World's First Communist Dictatorship in Russia 1917.
"A REALLY GREAT COLLECTOR ITEM"
Serial #4183 MFG.2/77
8 1/4" in diameter x 3" deep
Weight 6 pounds
"VERY RARE FIND"
ITEM # NRSC-3
"24 HOUR RUSSIAN SHIP'S CLOCK"
An original Russian 24 hour ship's clock, with a nickel plated aluminum
body, and hinged bezel, and beveled plexi window.
The bezel opens by pressing a spring loaded button
on the units right side, and has a mounted winder at the bottom.
The unit is wall mounting , fully functional, and polishes up
quite nicely for its age.
8 1/2" diameter x 3 1/2" deep
Weight 6 pounds
Serial # 12278
Dated April 1953
ITEM # NRSC-4
"GERMAN SHIPS CLOCK"
A very heavy cast brass, German Ship's Clock ,with a hinged
bezel , and single key winder.
Fully functional and in excellent condition for its age.
Very thick beveled glass front.
7" diameter x 4" deep
A very hefty
Circa mid 20th century
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