Mastercrafters Mantel Clock - 1950s

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bears a strong resemblance to the Breyer Quarter Horse Yearling mold. He has been given a long tail and molded-on tack, but the head and stance are very similar, as is his size.  This mantel clock is made to sit flat against a wall.  It stands on its own, but the backside is flat so it doesn't take up as much space.  Dimensions 13" long by 9" tall by 2" deep.  I haven't been able to find an exact production date, but some sources claim these are from the 1950s, and that certainly seems plausible.  The clock body is plastic, but it is a quality piece, first plated in a silver metal , and then beautifully gilded over that in goldtone to a near mirror finish. 

This piece is in Near Mint condition, with some small scratches on the dome of the clock face, a tiny scratch on the horse's rump, and a few scratches on the black plastic of the rear mechanism cover.  The horse's reins are shorter than usual, so they may have lost a section at some point in the past. It has obviously been well cared for all these years, though.  The back has both manufacturing stickers in nearly perfect condition.  It features its original wiring with has been neatly zip-tied to keep it out of the way.  It has a polarized plug, but I didn't test it to see if it still works, as old wiring can be dangerous, even when it appears in perfect condition.  We recommend it be used only for display, and what a beautiful display piece it is!

 

Size: 13" long by 9" tall by 2" deep

Mastercrafters Model #902

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