Offered is a rare analog model PPH 413 clock manufactured by Pragotron in Prague, Czechoslovakia in the 1970s during the Communist era. Thanks to its stylish design these clocks were used in public administrative buildings (offices, meeting rooms), hotels, and restaurants and successfully exported by Pragotron throughout the communist bloc, especially to the former German Democratic Republic. Originally designed as a slave clock, the clock has been retrofitted with a battery powered quartz movem ...click for details
Offered is an iconic unmarked Kienzle desk/table clock designed by Heinrich Moller, made in Germany circa 1940. This clock is a true art deco masterpiece. The body and stand are solid bronze; and the stylish face with a black background and classic art deco hands is covered front and rear with glass. The front glass is clear, and the rear glass is heavy thick light gray. The clock has a mechanical Kienzle jeweled 8 day movement and keeps good time. The piece is 8" tall by 7" wide and ...click for details
Offered is a late Art Deco brass 8 day desk /table clock, made in Germany between the late 1940s and early 1950s by Kienzle, one of the most famous German manufacturers of high quality clocks, and designed by Bauhaus architect Heinrich Moeller. During the 1950’s Germany was considered the world’s leading maker of cameras and clocks. The mechanical 8 day movement of this clock was primarily built for Aircraft & Automobiles. The clock measures 7 ½“ in diameter and 8 inches high. It is in exce ...click for details
Offered is an Iconic “Asterisk” wall clock designed by George Nelson and manufactured by Howard Miller in 1953.The clock retains its original satin black enamel over steel finish, hands and Howard Miller label. It measures 10 inches in diameter and 2.5 inches deep and is in excellent vintage condition with all original parts other than the power cord which has been updated to a 10’ insulated appliance grade cord.
Offered is a sought-after Superia desk clock manufactured by Kienzle, the famous German clock manufacturer, in the 1950’s. Made of a brass ring enclosed on both sides by crystal glass plates, the design of this clock is extraordinary. The front glass is clear and the back is a thick piece of transparent blue glass. The case is Silver and Gold plated. The movement is a mechanical 8-day movement with 15 jewels that was primarily built for aircrafts and automobiles. The clock is in very good condit ...click for details
Offered is a rare Mid Century chiming wall clock manufactured by the Howard Miller Clock Company in the 1960s-1970s.We believe it was designed by George Nelson but have not been able to confirm this but it is definitely in his style. This amazing clock measures 33 1/4" by 20" by 4 3/4" deep, keeps excellent time and chimes on the half hour and hour. It is in excellent vintage condition showing only minor traces of age and use. Marked with the metal Howard Miller tab on front, and ...click for details
Offered is a late Art Deco brass 8 day desk /table clock, made in Germany prior to 1960 by Junghans one of the most famous German manufacturers of high quality clocks since 1861. In the 1950’s Germany was considered the world’s leading maker of cameras and clocks. Junghans clocks are made from the highest quality materials with the finest workmanship and one of the best movements made in Germany at the time. The clock is 6 7/8 inches in diameter and 7 inches tall. It keeps accurate time and is i ...click for details
Offered is a quartz mantle World Clock from the German Manufacturer Kienzle designed by Heinrich Moeller dating from the 1970s. The clock takes an AA battery. The case on this clock is stainless steel. The dial face has a map of the world that shows the current time in your area as well as the time in 24 major cities around the world. The clock measures 10 1/4" in diameter, stands 11 1/2" tall and weights approximately 7 1/2 pounds. It is in near perfect condition, keeps very accurate ...click for details
Offered is a early 1930s Brass desk clock designed by Heinrich Moeller for the German Manufacturer Kienzle. This beautiful clock features an Art Deco design and keeps excellent time. It is in excellent vintage condition showing only appropriate signs of age to the brass and measures 8 ¾ wide by 9 ¾ tall. The clock carries an inscription in German on the back side of the stand that does not detract from the beauty of the clock.