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Advertising Clocks204 of 3511933 ENGLISH MICKEY MOUSE CLOCK Standard Oil Theme...Electric Neon Clock Company...Two Colors...1950's
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    Posted 8 years ago

    David12
    (1 item)

    Came across this over 4' tall Coca Cola clock today. It's in great shape with minimal rust and even works. It's going to look great in the man cave with a light behind it! Other then that, I don't know much about it or when it was manufactured.

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    1. GotFilm, 7 years ago
      I just purchased a clock almost exactly like this. Same design and same size, except instead of "In Bottles" as the logo it says "Sign of Good Taste", which is a slogan from 1957. Yours must have been made around that time. I'm curious as where these were used at, since they are so large.

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