This Soviet navy ship clock was made in 1964 but was never used and stored in its original box and comes with original stamped paperwork. The clock is in ideal working order, 8-day movement, keeping time and runs as the brand new clock should do. The paperwork has a full description and characteristics of the clock in the Russian language (I can help to translate it if needed). It also states the date it was sold on (30.11.1964) and the clock master's signature. This "bulletproof" mechanical clock was used on USSR navy boats and submarines. The clock is large and very heavy. The dial can be locked with the same key which is used for winding up the clock.
Body coating: Anti-corrosive grey coating
Dial: Steel, beige color with black hours and seconds
Hands: 3 hands
Movement: Mechanical adjustable key wind up movement
Power reserve: 8 days (advised to wind up every week)
This beautiful clock would be ideal for your yacht or boat or just as a part of your interior or collection.
- Reloj de mamparo del barco de la marina soviética
- Acero, Aleación
- ЧЧЗ 5-ЧМ/ ChChZ 5-ChM
- Periodo estimado
- País de origen
- 260×80×236 mm
- 3.5 kg