This brutalist wall clock is, in my humble opinion, an exceptionally fine clock. She was made in West Germany in the 1970s by Hettich.

This is one I would be very happy to keep. The casing is aluminium and steel and is in really great condition. The silver part of the dial shows minor wear, the navy blue zone and raise hour batons are in good order. Overall there is remarkably little wear and no damage. The chrome plated hands show a little wear. The convex glass shows negligible wear.

These clocks have been around and in use for many decades and I find sometimes the hinges and closing brackets are weak. I ask buyers to please refrain from opening the front as time changing and battery replacement can be done from the rear.

27 x 24cm, depth 3.5cm.

Fitted with a high quality battery quartz mechanism that is fully guaranteed for twelve months. Requires one AA battery which is supplied with the clock.

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