A huge 34" diameter antique station slave clock made in England circa 1930 by Gents of Leicester.
The clock has been sat in storage since it was salvaged from the ex Midland Bus Stafford Depot which was destroyed in a fire in 1992 and later demolished.
The clock face is generally in very good condition with age related marks to the steel case, the well know Gents of Leicester hand paint text to the dial and arrow head hands indicate the time.
The existing slave turret movement has been retained and runs using a modern impulse driver which can be battery or mains operated.
A exceptional functional feature piece for any wall and a timepiece that is become ever harder to find.
|Clock Face||760 mm ( 30 inch)|
|Width||860 mm ( 34 inch)|
|Colour||Satin Black, Steel|