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19” OAK WALL CLOCK (QUARTZ) WORKING CONDITION

Age. Less than 15 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 19 and” high/wide x 2” deep
Rating: 9
Comments. Made by Timedesign it has a Japanese quartz movement which runs via a single AA battery which is included. It has a solid oak outer frame and the clock face is mounted to a piece of clear plexiglass which is behind a piece of glass. This item is in good shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, minor finish wear and some of the paper dial face has slightly separated from the dial. Give it a cleaning and this one’s ready to tell your time in a contemporary style. We had it running for a while and it kept good time.

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