1957 KLOCKER SPANIEL Clock, Works Okay, Eyes Move!

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 14,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

1957 KLOCKER SPANIEL Clock

This is KLOCKER SPANIEL clock stamped APR 1957, and it appears to perhaps been manufactured by HEROLD PRODUCTS CO, CHICAGO, ILL. (I can't quite make out the comany name from the faded stamp on the back of the clock), but I believe it to be HEROLD. The clock is in as-found condition, I have not been inside it. The clock does work, the cord is good, the eyes move, but I will note the movement is noisy, so it's in need of an internal cleaning and some oil. Unfortunatley, the tail has been lost over the past many decades. (Perhaps you could find a replacement tail from a Kit Kat Klock, and fit it to work with this one??)

The clock measures approximatley 9 inches tall, 5 inches wide and 3 inches deep.

Total weight, boxed for shipping rounds up to 3 pounds. Any items I sell which may be considered fragile will be packed appropriately and I will add $1.00 for all domestic (US) shipments to help pay for things like shipping materials, delivery confirmation fees and all that miscellaneous stuff that does add up! International shipments, I will add $5.00 for having to do customs/export forms and for standing in line at the Post Office.

Given the fragile nature of this item, insurance must be included . I assure you this item is as described when it ships, but I can not be responsible for how it's handled in transit, so if it shows up mashed, mangled or broken, and insurance is our protection against any incidental damage. If you want to waive insurance, I can do so, but you must acknowledge via email that I bear no responsibility for loss or damage to a shipment!!

Payment must be made via PayPal within three (3) days of the end of the auction, after which I will extend "Second Chance Offers" to other bidders. I'm a nice guy, and I hate to say this stuff, but if you win the auction, I expect you to pay. This is not unreasonable. I've had too many winning bidders decide they can't be botd to actually pay for an item! You have 3 days to pay, and I do report all UNPAID as early as is allowable by eBay. PLEASE don't bother bidding if you don't intend to pay or at least communicate.

The Fine Print: Terms and Conditions
Yes, that's me at the center of the online auction universe as we know it! Howdy, folks. I've been an eBayer for over 10 years now , going back to February of 1998, just so you know that I've been around these parts for a while. I'm a regular guy, I'm not a retailer, I'm not based in some overseas location, and I treat folks the way I'd like to be treated myself. However, I gotta have fine print, so it is...
It is the seller's intent to be fair and honest and to conduct all transactions with the highest degree of professionalism and integrity. However, seller acknowledges that t are knuckleheads, idiots, scammers and cheaters, as well as just plain stupid people out t, so seller reserves the right to protect himself.
By bidding on this item, you agree to all terms and conditions contained in this posting if you have the winning bid.
If you have questions, ask them before bidding. This item is being sold AS-IS and with no warranty expressed or implied. Make no assumptions as to condition, functionality, fitness for purpose or value. Be sure you understand what you are bidding on. The seller reserves the right to consider all sales as final. Ask if in doubt. I do my best to answer all questions promptly, and I check my email several times a day. Payment is by PayPal only.
International Shipping Okay but PLEASE KNOW YOUR COST BEFORE YOU BID!
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