I completed restoration of a Postal Telegraph SI-15 (Hammond 341) Illuminated Wall Clock 15-inch glass illuminated metal case wall clock from around 1940. Clock was stripped of paint, de-rusted and repainted. The three chrome pieces were re-chromed by a professional chroming shop (the left chrome piece was previously damaged - the top line of the fin is missing). All electronics and wiring save the motor were replaced (five 7-watt candelabra type LEDs and E12 sockets, new ball socket switch, RF-controlled wireless light switch kit to power on and off the LEDs, original parts saved for sake of completion). This one is definitely a keeper! Pictured next to the Postal Telegraph clock is the General Electric 1L1215 clock that I restored last year (apologies they are not yet synchronized!). The final two photos show the clock during restoration - with the repainting of the clock body completed and the 3 chrome pieces de-rusted and stripped of paint but not yet re-chromed.