I am new to the board and greetings. Recently, I purchased a Lackner Neon Glow clock such as the third clock from the top pictured at Lackner Clock. I do know that Lackner made clock in the 30's and 40's as well as neon signs, out of Cincinnati, Ohio. Lackner referred to all of their clocks as neon glow, although many had 7 watt bulbs. Of the Lackner models, I am referring to, that I have seen, all had a neon tube in them. I have seen several with a globe instead of a woman on the clock, as the picture has it. I have not seen any that were other than brown bakelite, unpainted. The Neon Glow I recently found was painted sort of a brown/copper color and doesn't have a neon tube but rather the 7 watt bulb. It looks original but I am not sure. Does anyone know, did Lackner make a variation on this model with a 7 watt bulb and painted in any color?