Vintage Mickey Mouse GE General Electric Clock Radio
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Condition: Used Country of Origin: United States Manufacturer: General Electric
Made by General Electric Youth Electronics for the Walt Disney Company.
AM Radio Alarm Clock with hours marked with 1960s characters: Donald and Daffy Duck. 101 Dalmations. Bambi. Dumbo. Dopey. Minnie Mouse. Pluto. I can’t remember them all. Winnie The Pooh dates it to the mid to late 1960s.
This is a transistor set that plugs into 120v ac. Paper on back is faded away. All I can read is 4129A.
Measures 11 inches wide, 6 inches tall and 5 1/2 inches front to back.
Original un-restored condition. It works, I can get a few stations, but they were static. It has some scuffs and wear to case. The black is nearly worn off Mickey's nose. There is a 1 1/2 inch crack across the lense which extends downward from the clock upper knob, plus something was sprayed on it which has left spots on the plastic lense. (I know hairspray will do this). If you restore old Radios, you probably can replace this piece easily with one from a non-working set.