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    Cunard White Star vintage brass clock attributed to the RMS Olympic sister ship to the Titanic! (ca. 1934-1939) The Cunard White Star Line was born in 1934 through a merger between Cunard and White Star Line after both companies experienced financial difficulties. This vintage clock is attributed to the beloved RMS Olympic, which was sold for scrap in 1935. Consisting of a 7.5 x 12.5 in Deco-style rectangular brass clock face with raised image of a cruise ship sailing on an ocean of enameled blue. Makers mark in the bottom right border, "Merrman & Polacek, Prague". With the company title above the 4 in. round dial face which features a lion holding a globe and with an opening for the winding key, which is still present. The 4.5 in. round clockworks extends 2 in. from the back of the faceplate. This clock would have been inset flush on a wall. With appropriate signs of age and patina. In vintage, very good condition.

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    October, 2014
    17th Friday
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