Vintage United Self Starting Fireplace Mantel Clock

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jan 28,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
This is a United 1950's Self Starting Fireplace Clock. T is NO RESERVE on this clock!

The clock is electric with a light behind the log fireplace. It has trim on the front of the light colored wooden case.

The clock runs good & has no noise. I have had it running & it keeps excellent time.

The clock is 9 inches high,10 inches long & 3 inches wide. The light switch is on the back of the clock. The dial face is different than any of the clocks I have seen like this, as the face is darker in the middle and numbers differ. It has the United name written on the face. (see photo)

This is in great condition for the age of the clock.

Have a fun time bidding!

I accept PayPal and Postal Money Orders ONLY. Item will be shipped after payment is received.

The shipping is $10.00 to USA ONLY. Insurance is optional, but HIGHLY recommended. I will let you know the insurance amount at the end of the auction.

Thank you for looking at my auction. All of my items are bought from estate auctions. I am not an expert, nor do I claim to be. On any item

I list I will list it to the best of my ability.

SO PLEASE* If you have any questions please e-mail before bidding. PLEASE CHECK OUT MY OTHER VINTAGE AUCTIONS. Buyer is responsible for shipping charges. I ship Priority mail or Parcel Post and insured, if desired. Insurance is your option but I am not responsible for any loss or damages to items in route. GLASS must be insured. I keep all my receipts for proof of mailing . I will ship as soon as possible after receipt of payment. I accept PayPal payment and Postal Money Orders only at this time. We ship only in the USA and remember this is an auction so if you have any questions, please ask before bidding. ~

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