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Industrial vintage chrome school clock, made in the 1950's by GE. I'm not quite that old but the old school I went to had one just like this in the lunchroom. Totally awesome clock has a chrome rim and rounded glass top. The inside face is ivory and has three working hands, two stark black hands and one minute hand in fire engine red. This retry General Electric clock is called the "Telechron." Rare, working school house clock measures 14" across and 3" deep.

ONE OF A KIND!

-I ship all items Priority mail and price includes tracking and insurance.
-If you are international and would like a quote, please let me know and I will get one to you as soon as I can.
-If you are buying multiple patterns only, shipping price will be reduced.
-I gladly accept returns 7 days after item has been recieved.
-Please note: Due to increase in postage by the postal service, all items shipped to California may have increased postage. Please check with me before buying and I will provide an accurate shipping quote :)

***Due to increase in postage rates, items shipped to California may be adjusted. Please feel free to contact me about a price quote.*****
Jennifer Yankus Bonnell

Industrial vintage chrome school clock-1950's mid-century lunchroom clock by GE-RARE and working

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: chrome, plastic, glass
  • Only ships to United States from Ohio, United States.
  • Feedback: 927 reviews
  • Favorited by: 14 people