This vintage (1940's) Session nautical ship wheel electric clock was restored to running condition. It is in excellent shape with just a 2 tiny dents in the bottom wood base. I've have had it running for over a week now and does keep good time. Base measures 6 ¾ by 3 ½ inch with a height of 8 inches. The back is marked The Sessions Clock Co, Self starting Electric Clocks, Forestville, Conn. 60 cyle AC110V, 2 watt and with 7 patent numbers with others pending. This clock is in excellent restored condition.Payment:
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