Columbia Roman Numeral Clock
Columbia was a deep keel weighted with 90 tons of ballast to stabilize her sharply undercut hull. She was built in 1899 for American’s Cup Races and won the 10th and 11th races, winning two years in a row. Columbia was built by Nathanael Greene Herreshoff. America’s Cup History fans and sailing enthusiasts will enjoy having this clock in any room in their home!
The ship design in the clock is a reproduction of an original watercolor by Lee M. Buchanan and the Roman Numbers add a classic touch to any room. Use the Search Box above to find all of our other products with the Columbia image. Treat yourself or give this clock as a gift to your sailing friends!
- Wooden Frame
- Plexiglass face
- Pre-installed backside hook
- For indoor use
- Requires one AA battery (NOT included)
- Choice of finishes for frame and clock hands
All Coast and Country products are custom printed upon receipt of the order. Returns are not accepted. Please contact us within 7 days if there is a problem with the shipment and we will assist you.