Posted 5 years ago
Hello! I wanted to share my antique store bargin of the day. I located this light clock on a box mixed with misc old knives, and butane and zippo lighters. One of the movable beer mugs had broken off but still in the box. Just off the base was a bad crack in the plastic. I thought it was going to split in half while I carried it to the counter. The clock is rather heavy but I figured I could brace it and fix the crack. I asked the cashier how much, and naturally he says, how much will you give for it. I hate this position, as I want a bargin but don't want to insult someone with a redicilious offer. I said it's broken but I can fix it. How about $5.00? He agreed and 2 few hours later, its been glued and put on a wood foundation. Light blinked to life and clock is keeping time! Honestly I've had an old slitchz clock light and a neon Budweiser light but I've never heard of this beer before. I'm 45 so I've drank a few over the years, but this is new on for me. Anybody know the maker? Or when it was made. I want my story to friends and family accurate. Thanks for letting me share!
Nathan - Branson Missouri