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post #31 of 40
I like the JLC Atmos and Erwin Sattler clocks, though they are rather expensive. Sattler also sells an interesting clock kit you can assemble yourself.
post #32 of 40
Exceedingly beautiful humpback travel clock in the manner of Breguet by fabulous English maker, Jump:

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post #34 of 40
These Hammond "Gregory" deco clocks are easy enough to find, and not too expensive for a classic.
post #35 of 40
Two interesting turn of the century clocks, originally from my uncle's home in Scranton, PA.


post #36 of 40
Wall clock from Established & Sons


Clock - Barometer - Thermometer - Hygrometer from Georg Jensen


Wall clock (it is a radio clock so it keeps perfect time) by Junghans
post #37 of 40
I really like the Georg Jensen Koppel Weatherstation.. <adds to to-buy list> I've been looking for a clock; the design I like most of Vitra's Nelson reproductions is also the most expensive and at this point, probably too ubiquitous.
post #38 of 40
The weather has few implications for my daily existence, still I crave a weather station. I just picked up this, ca. 1950, still working. Needs a cleanup and polish, though.
post #39 of 40
My foyer clock
post #40 of 40
http://littleclockshop.com/giant_wall_flip_clock.html
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