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    Posted 10 years ago

    dalet007
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    What i got here is a very old clock from Univseral Press Publishers Cincinnati Ohio.This says Colonial Stages across the face of the clock.At the bottom of the clock says Glo Clox Inc Cincinnati.If anyone know s any about this clock please speak up and let me know.Im guessing it is from the late 1800's.This clock is very heavy and stands 18'' by 30''. and is mostly made of metal.Also has anyone ever seen one like this before and would anyone might know its value, Thanks Dalet007

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    1. Bruce99 Bruce99, 10 years ago
      I don't think this is a coca cola clock which is where it is categorized.
      I've never seen anything like it and I'm not finding anything in my references.

      If no one recognizes your clock here, you might try contacting

      http://library.cincymuseum.org/ to see if they have any history on these companies.

      It looks like a mechanical clock with a winding arbor just to the upper left of the center dial. Are those ceramic light sockets in the lower half of the clock case?

      Interesting. Please let us know what you find.
    2. dalet007 dalet007, 10 years ago
      HI Bruce..Thanks for your imfor.In one of them sockets it has an old time screw in fuse .Ill keep looking for more imfor on this and ill let you know what i find out.Thanks again

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