Ohhh man

When I was a child I used to collect these little souvenir clocks and watches… Idk why… Maybe I just liked time or something? Anyways I went back to my hometown today and I realized I have like 98ish I think, and I don’t think some of these are made anymore… Maybe it’s worth something? I’m not sure since… Most of these clocks are dead… Some of them can be rewound.

Let me know if you think it’s worth anything at all. 😉

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this is the best thing I’ve ever seen

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Vintage-Style Nixie Tube Clock–Perfect for Your Bioshock (Or Fallout) Inpired Decor

Ever seen those cool ass clocks witht eh glowing numbers inside what looks like vacuum tubes? I know you have. Now you can own your own vintage-style nixie tube clock and add that extravagant touch to any room. Perfect for Fallout and Bioshock inpired decoration but also at home in any steampunk parlor or sitting room!

The elephant clock, as depicted by Badi'al-Zaman Abū al-‘Izz ibn Ismā'īl ibn al-Razāz al-Jazarī from his manuscript The Book of Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices, 1206. On the construction of the clock, Al-Jazari remarked that “the elephant represents the Indian and African cultures, the two dragons represents Chinese culture, the phoenix represents Persian culture, the water work represents ancient Greek culture, and the turban represents Islamic culture”.