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    Unusual glass advertising clock for raincoats

    $300 (approx conversion from £235)

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    About this item

    Unusual clock, advertising dannimac weatherproofs, a lovely unusual advertising clock, has been converted to a battery unit on the back of the clock, the plug is used for the light in the clock, need re wiring as not working. Would look lovely lit up and working. 
    condition 

    the clock has some wear and tear needs re wiring for the bulb to work and a battery. Some of the printing has come away as seen on pictures but an unusual clock.

    any question please feel free to contact me.

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    Additional Information

    Code

    10172 (AB-146799)

    Dimensions

    W: 45cm  (17.7")H: 45cm  (17.7")

    Period

    Early 20th Century

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    Welcome to Antique Advertising, my name is Ben. I pride myself on collecting, buying, and selling top-end advertising items. I've had a strong passion for advertising and everything old shop-related since I was 14. I started out by buying tins at low-end prices of a few pounds. As I delved deeper...