This 6” Marine Mechanical Clock was originally sold to the U.S. Navy Department on October 23, 1943. In the 1940’s and beyond, Chelsea Clock was the primary supplier of clocks for ships in the U.S. Navy. The case is made of a very durable phenolic resin which was jointly developed by the Navy and Chelsea Clock so the clock would not break or shatter if it fell on the deck of the ship. This black dial clock features 12/24-hour time with white numerals. The dial is marked with “U.S. Navy.” The 12E movement (time-only mechanism) has been completely overhauled. Serial #401074.Item: VR231
- Two-Year Warranty
- Mechanical Movement
- 6" Dial
- Dimensions: 6 3/4” Dia. X 3 1/4”D
- Weight: 9 lbs.
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- Finish: Black
- Bezel: Hinge
- Dial diameter: 6
- Dial style: 12-24 Clock
- Dial color: Black
- Seal: US Navy
- Movement: Mechanical
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The Chelsea Ship's Bell, and many other Chelsea's clocks and Barometers, are crafted from rugged forged brass cases which are then hand polished and lacquered to last generations.Learn More >
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"I was thrilled to discover that Chelsea Clock Company is still in business making and servicing their clocks for over 120 years. I was able to have my 1906 Ship’s Bell clock’s movement cleaned and a new coat of lacquer applied to the brass case. The craftsmanship is exemplary, suitable for something you’d expect to see on display in a museum collection."
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