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This unique clock is a German Wall clock from 1920-1930. It
has an 8 day movement and is spring driven. It has a beautiful triple
bar gong striking at the full and half hour. The clock is in good
condition and is in fully working. The Case is made of solid
oak Wood and is in good condition. The door has beautiful faceted cut glass window where you can see the movement of the pendulum. The dial is covered by a curved glass window. The movement of the clock is in good running order.
Height: 81cm, Width: 36cm, Depth: 18cm (32 x 14 x 7 inches)
Shipping and packing
The Clock will be shipped by airmail (PostNL) with tracking number,
signed for and insurance up to a maximum of 500 Euro. Shipping costs
Worldwide are 89 USD including packing and handling.
The clock will be professionally packed in a sturdy cardboard box.
Any questions, just ask!
We take great care to packing and shipment. All items
will be shipped by PostNL, signed for and with tracking number. All items will
be wrapped in bubble-foil, and boxed in a double wave cardboard box filled with
packing chips. We normally ship within 2 working days.
Sometimes it will be necessary to adjust the clock
after shipment, the clock can go out of beat or pins can come loose during
shipment. Remember the clocks we sell are fragile because of their age.
The parcel is insured up to € 500,- when item get
lost/missing or arrives damaged.
If you suspect damage prior
to opening, DON'T OPEN IT! Either call it to the Postal Carriers
attention on delivery, or take it right to the Post Office and open it there. If
the Item is damaged, fill in a damage report of your local postal carrier. If
there is no damage report made there will be no refund.
offerding or buying means that you accept these terms.