Large Seikosha Clock
Size 61cm diameter x 13cm deep.
in 1891 Kintaro Hattori opens the watch and jewelry shop "K.Hattori" in Ginza area of Tokyo, Japan. And in 1892 Seikosha is established in Tokyo as the clock manufacturing arm of K Hattori.
Seikosha became Seiko in 1996.
This clock has historical importance as it was a gift from the Japanese Census Department of the government, to who is unknown though. (the Japanese writing around the sides explains).
We also believe the 24 hour later edition was added in WW2 so it would also run on military time.
This clock is working well, the molded timber case is rare for clocks like this as it would be very expensive to make.
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Auckland and North Waikato $50
North Island $200
South Island – To Be Determined
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