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B: Charmingly retro15 of 85"Look Sweeter in a Sweater" Sheet MusicMONIRISSIMO SIMPLE SEW DOLL
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    Posted 7 years ago

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    Not really sure what I've got here or it's age It's an electric clock with a tube AM-FM radio in it the case is wood and from the top of the finial it's 19" to the bottom of the case. It's 12" wide and 7 1/2 deep the pendulum is fixed and more just decoration as are the weights, It has writing on it next to the radio which reads The Old Timer by Guild otherwise nothing else that I've seen both te radio and clock work just fine. Any help?

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    1. schallerpen schallerpen, 7 years ago
      Thanks mustangtony that was quick, thanks for the love to.
    2. schallerpen schallerpen, 7 years ago
      Thanks AR8Jason
    3. schallerpen schallerpen, 7 years ago
      Thanks kerry10456
    4. schallerpen schallerpen, 7 years ago
      Thanks Bruce99 by the way I did take the clock that had the UST as a trade mark apart to clean and oil it and the works also had that same trade mark and nothing else, I can see by the back of the case there was a label at one time but no longer there, So weather it does stand for US Time or not I guess it goes unanswered.
    5. schallerpen schallerpen, 7 years ago
      Thanks lisa
    6. Bruce99 Bruce99, 7 years ago
      Okay, well thanks for letting us know. Kerry's idea makes good sense. That's one of those questions you just kind of file away in the back of your mind for now. Another example will show up sooner or later. Mustangtony nailed this one, eh? I know nothing about these kinds of clocks but it's a neat little 'transition' from one age to another. Thanks for sharing it.

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