35 × 35 × 5 cm
(W × H × D)
|Condition:||After partial renovation|
A wall clock type PPH 41 made in the seventies by the Czech firm Pragotron, a manufacturer of clocks that are notoriously known from Czech (and Czechoslovak) public spaces, they can be found at stations, schools and other public buildings. This is a lesser-known model with a brown enamelled metal dial and distinctive hands. The dial is very simply designed, the numbers on the classic dials were abstracted to bold five minutes marks. The wall clock is battery operated.