This charming Citizen novelty clock is a replica of a Paris street lamp in the Moulin Rouge neighborhood, complete with tiny sign saying “Moulin Rouge”. It is in mint condition, virtually unused. Enameled metal with brass detailing, all surfaces free from any signs of age, as if out of a time machne. Circa 1960.
9.25” H x 4.25” W x 1” D
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