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Vintage Imperial Camera Clock, upcycled, reuse, whimsical desk clock, office, fire mantel, antique tabletop clock

Vintage Imperial Camera Clock, upcycled, reuse, whimsical desk clock, office, fire mantel, antique tabletop clock

Regular price $61.00 CAD
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The beautiful antique tabletop clock is designed of an original vintage Imperial Six-Twenty or Herco camera.

This is a great, distinctive, and eco-friendly gift for any photo enthusiast, vintage lover, or the grandparents.
A “must-have” for any photographer and camera fan.
And a really useful One-Of-A-Kind retirement gift that will help them embrace their new way of life - now that they have "All the time in the world".

This clock looks stunning on a fireplace mantel, living room shelf or office.

Note: The front face shown is the Six-Twenty, the Herco Imperial is very similar (see pictures).
The strap can be black or tan. The film dial knop black, red, or tan.
It is available with a gray or black housing (see pictures).


Clock battery installation:
Open the Imperial Six-Twenty by turning the 2 side latches, then pull the front section of the camera away from the back section. Insert a single AA battery into the clock movement behind the front section, close the camera and switch the latches back.

DISCLAIMER: " The logos and trademarks on the upcycled, individual items are those of their respective brand name owners, none of which are associated with this product. "

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Height:4.0 inches

Width: 3.0 inches

Length: 4.0 inches


The clock uses a silent drive mini-quartz movement that is accurate to +/- 1 sec per day.
It requires a single AA battery (not included)


It is a box camera produced by Herbert George Co. Chicago / Illinois or simply Herco Imperial. Though the company manufactured cameras not of the highest quality, there are some that still work.
Herbert George Company did its best to bring style and elegance to their bakelite and plastic cameras. What makes this camera notable, except of being produced in the middle of the previous century, is that it makes square photos.

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