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The House of Snider in Toronto - A Canadian Clocks Success Story 1950 - 1976

 
The earliest brass wall clock dial, with several ring-colour options, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
199 of 239
Fancy brass wall-clock dial, late 1960s, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
200 of 239
Ca. 1970 wall clock dial, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
201 of 239
Battery-operated electromechanical movement, 1960s wall clocks, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
202 of 239
The 1960s stick-on company label for wall clocks, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
203 of 239
The last company label for their clocks, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
204 of 239
Plain brass dial for 1970s wall clocks, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
205 of 239
Another 1970s brass dial for wall clocks, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
206 of 239
The fanciest dial for wall clocks, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
207 of 239
Walnut-finish metal dial for some wall clocks, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
208 of 239
Closeup of screen-printed dial on The Chariot panel wall clock, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
209 of 239
Solid wood dial on metal mesh wall clock, screen-printed numbers, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
210 of 239
Close-up view of Scandia wall clock dial, Snider Clock Mfg Co.
211 of 239
A Breslin Industries, Toronto version of the popular 1950s "horse" clock.
212 of 239
A large coppertone mantel clock with windup movement, Breslin Industries.
213 of 239
Breslin Industries electric lamp with windup clock.
214 of 239
Chrome-plated starburst electric wall clock, Ingraham Canadian Clock Co. Limited, Toronto
215 of 239
An eye-catching starburst electric wall clock made by Ingraham Canadian, Toronto.
216 of 239

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