This is the clock for those who would like to know what time it is in Bagdad or San Francisco, but are sick of using their smart phone for every question. Or maybe for someone who doesn’t know what a smart phone is. Whatever the case, this is a very rare and handsome world clock. The original wiring has been replaced, everything works; It has a low hum but keeps good time, The leather wrapped exterior is in excellent condition, as is everything else.
9.5" L x 8.5" W x 4" H (at highest)
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