325 "The Copley"
That's mine with the G.E. dial above. I picked it up in Summer, 2001 at the flea market with Leah. She was skeptical the clock was worth $20 because the wood had turned green and there was an abandoned wasp's nest inside. The bezel had tarnished almost to black and it was looking pretty unlovable. Once I stripped it down and saw the mahogany case was still in perfect shape, I knew I'd made a good purchase.
No more winding, no more finding
whither it will go;
No more setting, no more fretting
If it's fast or slow.
No more hurry, no more flurry
Early in the morn;
No more fussing, no more cussing
With a Telechron