|Title:||1928 Paul Frankl Skyscraper Clock|
|Condition:||The paint in the blue sections is coming off. There is about 50% gone. The clock works perfectly. It has been running steadily for many years.|
|Origin:||It was a wedding gift to my husband's parents.|
|Provenance:||It came directly to my husband after his dad died. It was always in the family.|
|Appraised By:||Julie Horvath|
Here is some information to help you with this clock. In recent times not too many of these clocks have been auctioned or sold. So, the value in the right market may take off and not be anywhere what I appraise this for. Online auctions may not be the way to sell this item. I would contact NAWCC and see what they think about it.
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