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    Posted 10 years ago

    Chadakoin
    (73 items)

    This stylish little G.E. shelf clock was offered with either a 'walnut' or black Bakelite case. Introduced ca. 1938, the "Ithaca" was given a new face with sphere and obelisk motif and marketed as the 3H88 "World's Fair" in 1939. Measures 5"h x 4 1/2"w x 2" d.

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    1. Steph Steph, 10 years ago
      OMG! i have the EXACT same one! i came to this website to see if anyone had posted anything about this clock or anything similar (i wanted to know how old it was), and i can't beleive i actually found it! and so quickly!

      just found the clock and plugged it in last night... it still works! love this site and thanks for the info!
    2. Chadakoin Chadakoin, 10 years ago
      Congratulations on your find, Steph, it's a great clock! A little more info about it here- http://telechron.net/goldenage/3h76.htm and in "Electrifying Time: Telechron and GE Clocks 1925-55" by Jim Linz.

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