WW2 German army duty clock in good working order dated 1943.The clock is made by Kienzle with a serial number of No 7780 and the date 1943 with 'Heereigentum' (Property of the German Army) also marked inside the case, in the back if the clock case you can see a German military ink stamp showing the eagle and swastika.The clock is in very good condition with its original glass, 24 hour dial and hands still intact and working very well, the clock keeps very good time over eight days gaining about five minutes. The wooden case for the clock still retains its original painted finish but does show age related wear caused through use, the wooden case still has the two metal levers to steady the clock if required.The wooden case has the metal disc on the back and has one area where the case has had some minor damage to the case this has been photographed. A very rare to find ww2 German item and still in good usable condition,please see the photographs for further detail.
All clocks are bench tested for there time keeping in a controlled environment and are sold as a collectable item not intended for everyday use.
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