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Posted 4 years ago


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What I have here is a very nice clock I picked up at a local Antique Store.It looks good hanging in my kitchen and runs like a charm.I cant seem to find any other like this on line or any where else.Has anybody seen one like this before and what it might be worth?


  1. timekeeper timekeeper, 4 years ago
    As for value, on-line it would probably fetch around $75 or so. What watt bulb is lighting the clock up? Looks to be a little strong. Walmart sells 7 and a 1/2 watt bulbs that fit into a standard light socket. It gives any light up clock a nice glow. If too strong a bulb is used, you'll cook the reverse paint and it will eventually peel away.
  2. Bluegrassanne, 2 years ago
    If the clock came from the central Kentucky area it possibly could be from the Dixie Bell Dairy in Lexington. They had truck delivery and a dairy bar that served ice cream and sandwiches.
  3. dalet007 dalet007, 2 years ago
    Hi Bluegrassanne.thanks for your imfor.Yes i live in Northeastern Ky about 60 miles from Lexington.I bought it about 2 years ago about 30 miles south of here so thats the area you are talking about.Its still running like a charm.Thanks for your input , Dale
  4. mrp741, 2 years ago
    I know this is frowned upon but I'd kick myself if I didn't ask. If you are ever interested in parting with your clock please email me. My grandfather, Phil Mohney, owned Dixie Bell dairy from 1960 till around 1980. Mike.

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