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Bulova 1935 Clock

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Just got this as a Christmas present from Father Time (Mike Graham) of Father Time Clocks and Antiques. He is the person I have been getting most of my stuff from including my first cryastal cabinet. This is an electric Bulova clock mounted in a genuine wooden case. I have no idea of its age but is old. Just thought all might enjoy seeing another clock.


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bobbee's picture
Posted December 7, 2012 - 3:23am

I love old clocks John, I see one in the mirror every day.
Looks like a 1940's mahogany.

Posted December 7, 2012 - 10:50am

Bobbee my very dear old friend you are but a child in my world. I am 70 and hope to make it to 80.

Yes it is mahogany and 40's would be about right.

Check your PM.


Posted December 7, 2012 - 1:01pm

That clock should look nice above your bench JP!

Posted December 7, 2012 - 1:05pm

Yes as a matter of fact it does OT. Thanks

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William Smith
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Posted December 7, 2012 - 1:11pm

Great old electric clock John!  Right now our "choices" for ID'ing clocks is simply year of production and "clock"

We could use the variant field to enter a distinction btwn "electric" and "mechanical"?  This would convey more info in the ID "name".  An "electric neon" clock is different than subject clock, so it's up to us to decide how far we would want to differentiate.   Perhaps we have Electric Clock and Mechanical Clock added in the list above (base model list) and could use the variant field for further differentiation?  - like "neon" or other info?

Posted December 7, 2012 - 1:41pm

Thanks Will. I'm not really all that interested in id of this old clock, just thought you would all enjoy a break from the tedium of looking a watches all day.