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Posted 3 years ago

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dubjay1389
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I have no idea the value or significance of this clock. It is fully functional and only has minor surface rust on the metal. There is no date I can read but I really like it.

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  1. aghcollect aghcollect, 3 years ago
    http://www.canclockmuseum.ca/Canadian_Makers/Canadian_Neon-Ray_Clock_Company.html
  2. dubjay1389, 3 years ago
    I read this earlier today, it got me closer but not quite what I was looking for. Thanks tho
  3. aghcollect aghcollect, 3 years ago
    Dates it between 1942 and the mid-60's -- Wawanesa Insurance is still in business.
    If what you're looking for is the value, this is not the right site for that.
  4. antiquerose antiquerose, 3 years ago
    Canadian Neon Ray clock is like a PAM clock. As *AGHCOLLECT* posted, there is a write up here about the make of clock:

    http://www.canclockmuseum.ca/Canadian_Makers/Canadian_Neon-Ray_Clock_Company.html

    We do not give out values here -- as for significance of this clock. Vintage advertising clock (as also like signage too). Always collectible. Subject matter on clock does make a bit of difference for value....but no values are done here. So just check around.

    Lovely old clock
  5. dubjay1389, 3 years ago
    Great I was looking for the information about the rarity, thank you I am keeping it for the garage :)
  6. walksoftly walksoftly, 3 years ago
    Rarity depends on your location, here in Canada & especially Manitoba, where there was lots of places that sold Wawanesa Ins. they are more common. Once you move out of that area they become more rare.
    http://www.wawanesa.com/canada/about-us/the-founders.html

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