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#997 Music Box Tick-Tock Clock
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 1:
Audio, Visual, Musical, Educational & Electronics
1962-1967


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1962-1963


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1964-1967 MIB


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1964-1967

Description: What better way to teach children how to tell time than with the Music Box Tick-Tock Clock? The highly detailed "grandfather" clock has a wind-up music box that plays "Grandfather's Clock" in time with a "tick-tock" sound as the clock hands go around. Henry C. Work wrote this popular folk song in 1876. Children can move the minuite hand manually and watch how the hour hand turns each time the minuite hand makes a full revolution, just like a real clock. The clock was slightly changed with different lithographs in 1964.
Accessories:
  • Tall rectangular wooden clock with a rectangular wooden base and a retangular wooden top with a curved edge. The clock has a clear plastic cover over the clock face and hands. The center of the clock face has a red knob that moves the red plastic clock hands. The clock has a wind-up music box that plays "Grandfather's Clock" in time with a "tick-tock" sound as the clock hands go around. The music box has a plastic carry handle on top and the clock face has numbers 3, 7, 9, and 12 with a little mouse beside them around the edges. Measures 10-1/2" high, 6-1/2" wide, and 3" deep. *See "Variations" below.

Variations:
  • 1962-1963 - FPT3431 - The music box has a yellow plastic carry handle and has dark brown paper lithographs on the sides and edges. The back of the clock has a green background with yellow circles around the edges.

    Front View

    Back View

    Top Litho

    Side Litho


  • 1964-1967 - FPT3432 - The music box has a red plastic carry handle and has light brown paper lithographs on the sides and edges. The back of the clock has a white background with different colored circles around the edges.

    Front View

    Back View

    Top Litho

    Side Lithos

Repair
: If your music box plays slow (or not at all!), you may want to check out our REPAIR STATION. We can restore most Fisher-Price wind-up music box mechanisms to almost new condition!

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