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A vintage clock version of the old 1950's tube TV, still in working condition! Known as numechrons, they were the first digital clocks. Made of plastic, the case is a deep maroon color with a cream and gold front. The early TVs had weak picture tubes and were best viewed in subdued light. So to prevent eyestrain, various lamps were used on top for a little extra light. The button on the front is the switch for the light. There is an opening in the back to reach the dials to set the time and change the bulb. Measures 5 1/2" wide, 5" tall, and 3 1/2" deep.

Manufacturer marks are on the back. There is overall scratching to the plastic on the case, mostly on the top and the front. The back panel has tape residue and has cracked at the bottom two screws.