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    "MIDO Man" Rare Large Jeweler's Display Clock For Repair
    Case: composite, the clock is approximately 22 inches from top to bottom, the feet are 4 inches
    Dial: black metal, numerals, red center seconds sweep, dial is 5 3/4 inches
    Movement: electric

    "Designed & Manufacture by Copeland Display, New York"

    The clock was designed to promote the new MIDO self-winding watches in the 1930's

    Vintage Keys: two wood bench keys plus an assortment of clock winding keys in a box

    Condition Report*: Type: "MIDO Man" Rare Large Jeweler's Display Clock For Repair
    Circa: 1930's
    Condition: dial is good, the bezel is oxidized, overall the composite is good on the clock, the hands, head & base need to be-reattached, movement is running
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    February, 2015
    17th Tuesday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 7
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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