The example in question and up for grabs would appear to be extremely clean, with a seemingly flawless dial. To be fair, I haven’t seen a great deal of these clocks with dinged up, dirty dials, but I’ve gotta give credit where credit is due, and a well-preserved clock is exactly what it sounds like. Like other examples I’ve come across, this one was produced in Ohio, though not by Hanover. Instead, you’ll find the name of the Ohio Advertising Display Co. on its rear, which I’d wager is associated with Hanover in some way. I’ll be looking into this one a bit more, so be sure to check out the comments for any further findings.
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