Lux and Keebler clock book

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  1. Andy Krietzer

    Andy Krietzer Registered User

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    I didn't know if we're "allowed" to do this or not, but I am looking for the book on the little Lux and Keebler clocks. I have heard there was a book, but have never seen a copy. Has anyone heard if there may be a new printing of the book available? Maybe whoever wrote it can print another run, I believe they would be popular.

    Andy
     
  2. Andy Krietzer

    Andy Krietzer Registered User

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    I didn't know if we're "allowed" to do this or not, but I am looking for the book on the little Lux and Keebler clocks. I have heard there was a book, but have never seen a copy. Has anyone heard if there may be a new printing of the book available? Maybe whoever wrote it can print another run, I believe they would be popular.

    Andy
     
  3. Mike Kearney

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    Hi, Andy. Looking for books here is fine. Wasn't there a two part series on identifying Lux clocks in the Bulletin in the last year? I think it may have mentioned a new book. Does anyone else recall?

    Regards,
    Mike
     
  4. Mike Kearney

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    Andy, I checked and it's the December 2000 and February 2001 issues of the NAWCC Bulletin that had the two- part article on Lux-Keebler Pendulete Clocks. Lots of great pictures, too. I can't seem to find the first part of the article right now, but the second mentions a book by Alice and Donald Nicholson, titled 'Novelty and Animated Pendulette Wall Clocks'.

    Regards,
    Mike

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