Vintage Art Deco General Electric Alarm Clock Model 7H134, the "Helper"
"RARE" and in Excellent Condition
This is a 1940's General Electric Art Deco alarm clock Model 7H134 the "Helper". The clock runs well, smoothly, quietly, keeps accurate time and alarm works great too. It stands approximately 6-3/4 inches tall, 6 inches wide and 3-1/2 inches deep. It has a brass case and bezel set on a ivory plastic base with no cracks, chips, hairlines and repaired. It has an excellent satin gold background, navy blue relief numerals and gold decorations dial face (please see pictures). All hands are in brass. The round convex glass dial lens looks great. The red dot power out signal works. The knob at the back pulls outward and turns to set the time, this also triggers the red power signal back to gold. There are two additional knobs knobs, and one of which is used to set the alarm and other is used to turn on/off the alarm by pulling/pushing.
The clock has been professionally restored/serviced and in 'Excellent' condition - disassembled and cleaned. All brass components (bezel, hands and knobs) have been hand polished and top coated with clear lacquer to preserve the finished and to prevent tarnish. The movement has been ultrasonically cleaned, serviced and lubricated as well as rotor. The back housing has been repainted and top coats with clear lacquer for protection. The new cord and plug have been replaced.
This clock comes with a 30-day guarantee on internal mechanism.
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