Restored Vintage Art Deco General Electric Telechron Alarm Clock Model 7F72, the "Heralder" - Bakelite Case
This is a 1932-1938 General Electric (GE) Alarm clock Model 7F72, the "Heralder". The clock runs well, smoothly and keeps an accurate time and alarm works great too. It stands approximately 4-1/4" tall, 4-1/8" wide and 2-5/8" depth. It has a shiny molded brown Textolite/Bakelite casing looks GREAT (no chips, cracks or hairlines) and set on two tabular shiny SOLID brass feet. The dial face and round convex glass dial lens look great. The red dot power signal works. The knob at the back pulls outward and turns to set the time, this also triggers the red power signal back to ivory. Additionally, two other knobs 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 'GREAT' condition – disassembled and cleaned. All brass components have been hand polished and top coated with clear lacquer to preserve the finish and to prevent tarnish. Movement has been ultrasonically cleaned, serviced and lubricated as well as rotor. Case has been hand polished to display its great shiny true color - both hour and minute hands were repainted. The cord has been replaced with original antique bakelite plug.
This clock comes with a 30-day guarantee on internal mechanism.
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