Posted 6 years ago
The awesomely aerodynamic 4F60 "Dictator" was offered by General Electric between 1935-1938. Created by acclaimed industrial designer Raymond E. Patten, the man behind such icons of Deco era design as the Hotpoint ‘Gazelle’ toaster and the Alco FA locomotive, not to mention many of GE/Telechron’s most sought after clock models, the Dictator features a unique case with a chromed cowling-like dial, recessed matte black numerals, a black glass face with ‘red dot’ power interruption indicator, and exposed nickel silver hands.
The Dictator measures about 5” high x 5 1/2” wide x 3” deep. All I’ve had to do to this one is polish the chrome and glass, and touch up the movement housing a bit.