Xl Light Up Station Clock By Pragotron Circa 1950s

Xl Light Up Station Clock By Pragotron Circa 1950s

Xl Light Up Station Clock By Pragotron Circa 1950s


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XL Light Up Station Clock By Pragotron Circa 1950s

- Glass face and dial
- Steel casing
- Takes 4x E27 fitting bulbs
- New AA battery powered quartz motor
- Czech ~ 1950s
- 96cm wide x 96cm wide x 22cm deep

The Pragotron clock company in the former Czechoslovakia produced clocks that were mainly used in Czechoslovakia, Poland, and other eastern bloc countries. Most clocks in the schools, offices, airports, factories, and train stations in eastern bloc countries were manufactured by Pragotron. The clocks were originally designed to be "Slave clocks" that were run by one central "Master clock" so as to enable synchronized signals to mark, for example, the beginning and end of a school day or work shift.

Their simple & sleek minimalistic designs have ensured they're a favourite with interior designers and still keep time in homes, offices, bars and restaurants throughout the world.

Condition Report
Fully restored and working


W96.0 x H96.0 x D22.0 cm



Wear condition




Date of manufacture


Place of origin

Czech Republic


Mid 20th Century


VAT status

Seller is VAT registered


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