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  • Germany, Luftwaffe. A Console Clock, by Junghans Brothers, Schramberg
  • Germany, Luftwaffe. A Console Clock, by Junghans Brothers, Schramberg
  • Germany, Luftwaffe. A Console Clock, by Junghans Brothers, Schramberg
  • Germany, Luftwaffe. A Console Clock, by Junghans Brothers, Schramberg
  • Germany, Luftwaffe. A Console Clock, by Junghans Brothers, Schramberg
  • Germany, Luftwaffe. A Console Clock, by Junghans Brothers, Schramberg

Item: M0458-12

Germany, Luftwaffe. A Console Clock, by Junghans Brothers, Schramberg

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Germany, Luftwaffe. A Console Clock, by Junghans Brothers, Schramberg

Aluminum casing, the side of which is finished in bluish gray, the black face plate measuring 55 mm in diameter inclusive of its frame, the face with eleven numerals 1 through 5 and 7 through 12 in white fluorescent paint, all within a ring gradated in minutes, the clock with three hands, the number 6 position substituted with a small clock numbered 2 through 30 in even numbers, the small clock with one hand, glass crystal, with two knobs affixed below the face, an aluminum plate affixed to the reverse of the knobs inscribed "Borduhr (Clock) / Bauart: Gebr. Junghans (Type: Gebr. Junghans) / Gerat-Nr: 125-553 A (Device Number: 125-553 A) / Werk-Nr.: 36421 (Factory Number: 36421) / Anforderz. FI 2...5 (Requirement FI 2 ... 5, the middle three digits worn off) / Herst.: Gebr. (Gebrüder) Junghans Schramberg (Manufacturer: Junghans Brothers, Schramberg)", measuring 62 mm (w) x 78.5 mm (h) x 38.3 mm (d), non-functioning, exhibiting contact marks on the frame, along with fine chipping in one spot on the edge of the glass crystal. Fine.
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