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   Eureka Clock with Five Side Glass in Wooden Case

     Eureka Clock In Beautiful Wooden Case 

Eureka Clock in a beautiful wooden case with a bevelled front glass. Batter is housed at the bottom on the rear side of the case. The movement is stamped with the Serial No.1234  , Patent No.14614, 1906.  

The dial is bright white enamel 4" dial. The clock is in perfect original condition. Working on 1.5V Battery, keeping good time.   

​​Eureka  

Eureka Clock mounted in a wooden casing having five side bevelled glass. The wooden base holds the battery pack. The movement is stamped with the Serial No.9739, Patent No.14614, 1906.  


Having glasses on five sides, the clock movement is fully visible from every angle. The dial is bright white enamel 4" dial. The clock is in perfect original condition. Working on 1.5V Battery, keeping good time.   

EUREKA CLOCK was invented by Timothy Bernard Powers in USA and were made in London under the name of Eureka Clock Company Ltd. It is known that only 10,000 Clocks were made during it's production between 1908 to 1914. Eureka Clocks were made in various Wooden and Brass well designed casings. The Eureka clock is very attractive and popular because of it's large moving balance wheel which rotates back and forth at 270 degree giving a spectacular viewing. 

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