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Ingraham SK152 (1930?s)

Ingraham SK152 (1930?s)


Ingraham is widely known as having produced some of the finest and most beautiful wooden radio cabinets. This is a nice example of an early Ingraham electric diner clock. The housing is painted metal, with some expected nicks and wear, commensurate with its age. Measures 8? diameter X 3? thick and it?s quite heavy. The clock is running strong and quiet while keeping good time. Nice brass second hand and manufacturers plate on the back. Would look great in any room where there?s a mix of new and antique pieces.
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