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General Electric Chiming Clocks

The following pictures are from Catalogs and/or actual General Electric clocks that we have serviced or sold, plus additional pictures provided by viewers and from Tom's vast collection.
We have listed the clocks in numerical order by Model Number. Please note that we are continually working on these galleries with new clocks being added as we receive new information and pictures. If your clock is not pictured here it does not mean it doesn't exist! We probably haven't gotten it listed yet, or are unaware of it and do not have any pictures or documentation.
We are not listing any of the GE nor Telechron '6 Series' Strike only clocks at this time.


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Make: General Electric
Model Number: 408
Date: 1941
Name: New Maestro
Case: Horizontal Mahogany veneer with carved base.
Dial: 5" Gold toned dial with black numerals and Serpentine hands.
Details: Unlike the 416 model 'Maestro', the model 408 is much harder to find. We've only come across two so far so there may not have been that many made.
8" H X 18" W X 4 D

 
 


Make: General Electric
Model Number: 410
Date: 1943
Name: Chorus
Case: Diagonal Striped Mahogany with large Burl Mahogany across base.
Dial: Silvered dial with etched black numerals, Brass hands.
Details: A simple variation of the tambour, yet the quality of the materials gives this clock an elegant look. We haven't seen many of these models in the shop or online.
8" H X 16" W X 4 1/4" D
 






Make: General Electric
Model Number: 412
Date: 1949
Name: Prelude
Case: Walnut finish with carved accents all the way around.
Dial: Silvered dial with etched black numerals, Brass hands, and a hinged bezel.
Details: We first saw this clock in 2006, and just recently had our second one in the shop. A more detailed and elaborate version of the tambour style with carved accents and a hinged dial and a case done in a Walnut finish.
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Make: General Electric
Model Number: 414
Date: 1947-56
Name: Rhapsody
Case:Diagonal Striped Mahogany with sculpted base.
Dial: Silvered with raised brass numerals, Brass hands.
Details: This is a fairly common GE clock with most found in the 1951-56 range. It has a 'hefty' tambour look, and when reastored, like our example, are quite stunning. Original price: $72.
6 3/8" H X 17 1/8" W X 4 1/2" D
 






Make: General Electric
Model Number: 416
Date: 1946-56
Name: Maestro
Case: Diagonal Striped Mahogany with scalloped base.
Dial: Silvered dial with raised brass numerals and brass hands.
Details:. There were a few versions of this clock with painted black numerals and sales seemed to peak in the mid 50s.This was a value priced clock, and supplies are still high today (Although just over 1200 were sold). Original cost: $60
6 3/4" H X 16 1/2" X 4" D
 






Make: General Electric
Model Number: 418
Date: 1945
Name: Concerto
Case: Horizontal Mahogany with Burled overlays on each end.
Dial: Silvered dial with black numerals.
Details: The Concerto's simple tambour design is enhanced with the appliques on each eand and the beautiful stripe Mahogany veneer on front. We've not seen many of these models.
 






Make: General Electric
Model Number: 420
Date: 1947-52
Name: Overture
Case: Horizontal grained striped Mahogany with rope design on the base.
Dial: 5" Silvered with raised black numerals, serpentine hands.
Details: A highly sculpted tambour design, it was featured in the 1951 catalog, but we have had models as early as 1947. Even though it is still easily available today, it clearly shows the quality of the materials used by Revere and GE in their clocks.
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Make: General Electric
Model Number: 422
Date: 1951
Name: Prelude
Case: Horizontal grained Mahogany with solid Mahogany base.
Dial: 5" Silvered with black numerals.
Details: This is the second model named the Prelude (the other being the GE 412 from the 40s). It is a much more traditional tambour design made of Mahogany with a large silvered dial.
8" H x 18" W X 5 1/2" D

 





Make: General Electric
Model Number: 424
Date: 1948
Name: Philharmonic
Case: Diagonal Mahogany veneer with solid Mahogany base.
Dial: 5" Silvered with black numerals, serpentine hands. Details: Another underrated GE clock that deserves more attention. The large dome design produces a rich deep sound quality, and gives the hint of a tambour with the extended base on the sides.
8 1/4" H X 18" W X 5" D






Make: General Electric
Model Number: 426
Date: 1955
Name: Chorus
Case: Mahogany with sculpted base.
Dial: Open Silvered dial, black numerals.
Details: This design was used by Revere, General Electric, and Herschede from the 40s right through the 1980s. The clock pictured (from an eBay listing) is from the 60s and used the 'B' rotor. Newer models used the 'H' rotor but the case remained the same.
9 3/4" H X 8 1/4" W X 4 3/4" D

 
 





Make: General Electric
Model Number: 428
Date: 1950
Name: Unknown
Case: Mahogany with black base.
Dial: Silvered dial with black numerals.
Details: Standard tambour shape identical to the blonde GE-430 below only in natural mahogany. Made during the 50s it had a rich full sound to it.
7 3/4" H X 15 3/4" W X 4 1/4" D

 
 





Make: General Electric
Model Number: 430
Date: 1953
Name: New Concerto
Case: Blonde Mahogany with black base.
Dial: Silvered dial, black Roman numerals.
Details: A standard tambour but with a hand rubbed blonde Mahogany finished case, popular in the 1950s. The silvered dial has a painted scroll design and black Roman Numerals, not often seen on these clocks. It featured serpentine hands and full Westminster chimes. Original price: $65.
7 3/4" H X 15 3/4" W X 4 1/4" D

 
 





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