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- A Manufacturer Cricklewood, United Kingdom
Alarm Clock - Red Riding Hood, Smiths English Clocks Ltd, 1952 Reg. No: ST 025244
- Mantel alarm clock with white plastic case. Dial is painted with scene of red riding hood and wolf in woods. The wolf holds a stick which beats the balance. The alarm plays the tune 'Who's afraid of the big bad wolf' by means of a steel comb activated by pins on a brass cylinder.
Manufactured by Smiths English Clocks Ltd, 1952.
- Mantel clock, white plastic case. Dial is painted with scene of red riding hood and wolf in woods. White arabic numerals, black hands for time, and a short copper hand for alarm.
Spring wound; lever escapement.
|Dimensions:||14 cm (Height), 6 cm (Width), 20 cm (Length)|
|Tagged with:||alarm clocks, chiming musical clocks, mantel clocks|
|Themes this item is part of:||Horology Collection, Science & Measurement Collection|
|Inscriptions:||Dial is marked 'Smiths Music Call' and 'Made in Great Britain'. Back of case marked 'Smiths English Clocks Limited, Made in England'.|
|Manufacturer:||Smiths English Clocks Ltd, Cricklewood, England, Great Britain, 1952|