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General Electric C3300 Clock Radio

General Electric C3300 Clock Radio
Offered is one of the most iconic pieces of the 1960's and 1970's. It's a Peter Max inspired General Electric "Clock Radio" that is still new in the box. The clock knobs were made exclusively for it as were the radio's volume and selector knobs. Perhaps the most unique feature is the dial pointer on the radio in the shape of a hand. The case is also of a wonderfully quirky design. It retains the cord in its original wrap with tag and the foam inserts to hold it. The box is in excellent condition with slight wear as shown but no stains nor markings/writing. Please ask if you'd like a few more pictures of the box and radio. It was tested and the clock was running smoothly and quietly. The radio works as it should, picking up the local stations. They used a bigger speaker in this model as it gives surprisingly good sound for the overall size. The clock radio has some light storage marks, but the camera couldn't pick them up very well, if at all. This clock radio pops up from time to time but is usually scuffed and showing yellowing from exposure to light/sun. Not only that, but the box was almost always thrown away.  $255.00. (0910234)
General Electric C3300 Clock Radio
Offered is one of the most iconic pieces of the 1960's and 1970's. It's a Peter Max inspired General Electric "Clock Radio" that is still new in the box. The clock knobs were made exclusively for it as were the radio's volume and selector knobs. Perhaps the most unique feature is the dial pointer on the radio in the shape of a hand. The case is also of a wonderfully quirky design. It retains the cord in its original wrap with tag and the foam inserts to hold it. The box is in excellent condition with slight wear as shown but no stains nor markings/writing. Please ask if you'd like a few more pictures of the box and radio. It was tested and the clock was running smoothly and quietly. The radio works as it should, picking up the local stations. They used a bigger speaker in this model as it gives surprisingly good sound for the overall size. The clock radio has some light storage marks, but the camera couldn't pick them up very well, if at all. This clock radio pops up from time to time but is usually scuffed and showing yellowing from exposure to light/sun. Not only that, but the box was almost always thrown away.  $255.00. (0910234)
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