Seller: bill_bombadil (283) 98%, Location: Manchester, Ships to: GB & many other countries, Item: 292590756465 This elegant mantle clock in the refined style of the 1930's and was made by HAC of Wurttemburg, home of Junghans and others. It has been tested for over 8-days - it has a restful gentle soft tick. It is very heavy, with a rectangular face with a machined silvered backing to black fingers and Roman numerals, in a chamfered wooden case., measuring about 9 inches wide by 6 inches tall, and 3 inches deep. The nameplate of HAC is on the bottom, between 4 rather crude wooden legs; the bottom is also stamped with numbers “11” and “30”, possibly dating the clock to November 1930. To the rear is a round metal back plate, with separate winding key, revealing a brass coloured movement, with adjuster, finger mover and shank for the winding key. The movement is marked at the base “w68 12,30” and there is also what looks like a pawmbrokers scratch to the top. There are no other markings I can see. There is minor wear and tear throughout appropriate for its age. This is a quality genuine antique in working order, and would have pride of place in a collection or as a working clock in a up-market apartment. Please see photographs which form part of the description. Dispatched from UK.