The Elgin National Watch Company was founded in Illinois back in 1863, and they remained a powerhouse in the world of watches until they went out of business in 1968. Somewhere along the line, they made some gorgeous clocks as well, and even spun off a radio division that made super nifty clock radios like this one into the early 1970s.
This late 1960's AM/FM alarm clock radio in faux wood is in remarkably good condition. It has some scratches on the chrome (pictured) that do not detract from the overall aesthetic, and all functions work well.
9" x 6" x 3.2"
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