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the above represents my typical replica clock, click image
to view it lighted, to see > clock body < click.

Click > HERE for original signs and advertising clocks,

The images below are of the clock faces available, click them for enlarged
view, to order make selection below the icon images (page bottom).


ARVIN


CBS

Crosley

Cunningham Tubes-1

Cunningham Tubes-2

Cunningham Tubes-3

Emerson Radio

Empire 1

Empire 2

Fisher

GE - SO

Ken-Rad

H-K

Heathkit-1

Heathkit-2


Heathkit-3


MARS

McIntosh-1

McIntosh-2

McIntosh-3

Philco

RCA-1

RCA-2

RCA dealer

Raytheon-1

Original Clock

Raytheon-2

Raytheon-3

Scott-1

Scott-2

Sonora-Coke 1940

Sparton-1

Sparton-2 (1 only)

Sylvania

TUNG-SOl-1

TUNG-SOL-2

Zenith-1

Zenith-2

Zenith-3

Zenith-4

Zenith-5

Zenith-6

Zenith-7
   
BELOW ARE SOME NON-RADIO RELATED CLOCKS/FACES

Betty Boop

Oldsmobile-57

Merc-51

49-Cadillac coupe

Oldsmobile Service

NEHI Orange Soda

Pepsi Policeman

Whistle Soda

RC Cola

 RC-Cola-2

NOTE: I may be able to create a special order clock face of your creation or special request, inquire about special or custom orders. Any of the sample shown can be altered, re-shaped or resized.

Replica Pam Clocks; RadiolaGuy makes complete clocks or faces for same. These faces fit the well known Pam and several other advertising clocks. The standard size of the face is 14.45" diameter, made to fit the standard 15" PAM clock body or others of the same size. I can resize or re-shape them to fit other size clock bodies including square.

These Replica Clock faces are are better than the original which were glass and easy to break. Glass faces require more expensive packaging to help prevent breaking during shipping. They are made of 1/8" rugged, durable, Lexan that is nearly impossible to break. When installed, you can not tell that it's not made of  glass.

The graphics are professionally printed in reverse on the back-side of the face and are heat and UV light protected. The entire back-side is then coated with a translucent white paint.  Some of my faces you have never before seen as they of my of my creation or I have edited vintage advertising graphics to fit the clock face.

Clock bodies are made just like the original PAM clock. Aluminum body, heavy bubble glass front lens, 120 AC volt brass AC motor with sweeping second hand. I do not use cheap,  cheesy, quartz movements.

Completed Clocks; I have discontinued using incandescent lamps as the modern ones simply do not last very long. The LED lamps I use provide better, more uniform light distribution at extremely low power consumption and virtually no heat. Included at no additional cost, these LED lamps that will last for decades (according to the lamp manufacturer). This is a big plus as most of the modern incandescent lamps only last a few months. Of course, I can use incandescent lamps if you prefer just so specify when you order.

Ordering & Shipping Info > PLEASE READ < BEFORE ORDERING!

Clock face only; $67.00* plus $12.00 USA shipping. Those with red indicates sold out or not regular stock. You may still order an out of stock clock but there will be a delay of up to 2 week for delivery. Either way please contact me with your request. I can also make a custom clock or face using custom created or your graphics. contact me with your request.

Complete Clock $279.00 plus $39.00 USA shipping (oversize package, well cushioned for safe transit). The red "so" indicates items sold out or not currently in stock (see above "Clock face" note).

PLEASE NOTE: offerings, prices and graphic alterations on repro items may change without notice at any time.

Items below are originals, not replicas.
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Original Raytheon Pam Clock
  
 < Click on image for MORE INFO


Original Sylvania Sign with clock
  
 < Click on image for MORE INFO

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