World War II Period Chelsea Mark I Deck Clock Dated 1941

This World War II Chelsea Deck Clock has a black face with white numerals and hands. The hands and the numbers are further enhanced with what appears to be florescent dots. The case is very heavy nickel or chrome plated brass. The dial is covered with the original domed perspect bezel I have had the clock cleaned and serviced and it runs great and keeps near perfect time. The clock was made in 1942 for the U. S. Navy and would have been in use on either a war ship or a supply ship during the war. It is in great overall condition with just the usual small scratches and minor scuffs expected for a wartime piece. This clock would originally had an accompanying frame that would have been attached to the bulkhead of the ship so that the clock could swing out on a hinge for winding and setting. This piece is missing but the clock could easily be mounted on a commercially made wooden stand. The external diameter of the clock is 7.25" at the front and 7 7/8" at the rear. It is 6 1/4" in diameter at the waist (the thinnest point) The clock is 2 7/7" deep.
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