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    Posted 10 years ago

    Artstudiomgr
    (91 items)

    WNRC Radio Vogue/Decorators Light Up Clock.
    Purchased at the Annex Flea Market in Manhattan.
    In Great shape considering its age.
    Works like a charm.

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    1. metalman metalman, 10 years ago
      Going to look at a Belfast water glow dial , it is blue and white glass can you tell me if these are reproductions. Thanks
    2. largelee, 8 years ago
      Hi,

      Do you know who the manufacturer of this clock was?

      Thanks!
    3. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      Hello! Here we go with some History...A college radio station known today as WXRB, radio, format oldies, from 1959 to 1979.
      Located on the campus of Nicolos College in Dudley, Massachusetts.
      WNRC Goes back to the 1930s in the early days of radio, considering it was 1927 I believe that the first radio station aired.
      The College has Allways owned and maintained the station.
      The reason for change in call letters was upgrading from a low wattage station to a higher wattage one.
      Wolfman Jack of 'The Midnight Special' ame has been in its sound booth!


      Thomas.

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