Note that John Cameron Swayze did the early “Timex torture tests” as early as 1958 on television featuring the “V-Conic Movement”, which is a part of the advertising on this display. Also, notice the mention of “As Advertised in: LIFE, The Saturday Evening Post, TIME”. It is currently in the attic so a bit dusty but still looks like it is good condition considering the age, with some wear to the wood on the top. I thought that was a hole in the top possibly for a light but just a piece of dirt. Please refer to the photos. The front glass is thick and removable. It has 2 shelves and is very heavy. Please see pictures for the full description and measurements and message me with any questions or offers. This set is at my friend’s home so not in front of me to respond right away but I will within 24 hours. I have done my best to measure this. 23 1/2″ wide x 6 1/2″ top depth x 14 1/2″ bottom depth (gets wider at base), about 20″ high. I do not grade antiques, comics, toys, autographs or such collectibles. I really don’t even know how all that grading works. Please go by the photos and descriptions as best I have tried to present them. We are RTO Teletape in Boonton, N. Please be over 18 years old. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Advertising\Merchandise & Memorabilia\Store Displays”. The seller is “teletape” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Brand: Timex
- Type of Advertising: Display Case
- Color: Multi-color
- Date of Creation: 1950s
- Featured Refinements: Glass Display
- Modified Item: No