last updated: 15 Feb. '24
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The Clocks
Early Clocks 1917-1927

The Dawn of Deco 1928-1931

The Golden Age of Telechron
1932 - 1938

The War Years  1939-1944

Post-War Magic  1945-1949

The Boom Years  1950 -1953

The End Of Design 1954-1959

What Came After
 

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Favorite Links

 

Remember: You aren't beaten until you say you're beaten.
 
 New models!  A tambour with a silver dial, a tombstone with a silver dial, a tambour with a silver dial and a tambour with a silver dial.  
Click the image to see the rest of the lineup!  (I don't know how the company made it to 1933 sometimes...)
 From Electrical Merchandising 1928
 
 
What should be a cool Quacker ad.  I don't know who needs to hear this but if you scan against a black background,
it completely eliminates the other side of the paper bleeding through.  Try it and be convinced.
 from the Chicago Daily Tribune, 1934
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