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1945 - 50's Chinese Day and Date clock with Military Time Display

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Posted 6 years ago


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I liked this Chinese clock when I saw it, the case is beautiful with banded veneers The bezel and face are outlined in red. It is a day and date clock and displays them under the 12. Above the 6 is an openning that displays military time. The movement door has a place for the key and the pendulum bob. It chimes on the half and on the hour and keeps great time. Now if I can figure out how to set the day and date I will be doing fine. There is a small arbor under the military time opening that I am thinking will allow me to set some part if not all of it. I think the key is not original, I believe the original was a two headed key. I guess you could say I have a fetish for calendar clocks.


  1. Bruce99 Bruce99, 6 years ago
    Amazing. The clock has a recessed area in the door for both the pendulum weight and the key, which I've not seen before, and someone still manages to lose the key.
  2. Tutzie Tutzie, 4 years ago
    This is the first Chinese clock that I have ever seen that is all original and great looking to boot! I really like it! I am accustomed to seeing Chinese produced clocks put together with gum and a myriad of parts that came from who knows where! Thank you for sharing this one~
  3. Perpcal70000000, 4 years ago

    I had one of these clocks, though it was in Japanese or Chinese and sold it on eBay. I like the idea, but your one is in English which is easier to follow. Nice to see another one.

    Thanks for sharing.

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