Joe DiMaggio's Presentation Desk Clock
Joe DiMaggio's Presentation Desk Clock Joe DiMaggio's Presentation Desk Clock Joe DiMaggio's Presentation Desk Clock Joe DiMaggio's Presentation Desk Clock Joe DiMaggio's Presentation Desk Clock Joe DiMaggio's Presentation Desk Clock
Joe DiMaggio's Presentation Desk Clock

Joe DiMaggio's Presentation Desk Clock

  • This wonderful desk clock with weather indicators is from the personal collection of the great Joe DiMaggio
  • The piece features four indicators: a clock, thermometer, barometer and hygrometer
  • The timepiece was given to DiMaggio by Harrah's for participating in their 1967 golf invitational
  • Pieces once belonging to the Yankee Clipper are incredibly rare and desirable
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Item No. 30-7892
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From the personal collection of the legendary Joe DiMaggio, this incredible vintage desk clock was presented to the Yankee Clipper by Harrah's for his participation in their 1967 invitational golf tournament. The Swiss timepiece was retailed by Relide of New York and features a brass cube-form body that rotates easily between four separate indicators: a clock, a thermometer, a barometer and a hygrometer (to measure humidity). The top bears the engraving "Harrah's / Invitational 1967 / Joe DiMaggio", and a label applied to the base indicates this clock is indeed from the collection of the American baseball icon.

This timepiece is accompanied by a letter of authenticity signed by the grandchildren of Joe DiMaggio.

Dated 1967

3 3/8" square x 4" high
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Period: 20th Century
Origin:Switzerland
Type:Other
Depth:3.375 Inches
Width:3.375 Inches
Height:4.0 Inches
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