Nevada Lodge/Club Clock

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Nevada Lodge/Club Clock


From Fitzgerald’s famous Reno & Tahoe casinos   

  • Edwards clock with GE/Telechron motor 

  • Likely dates from 1970s

  • Good condition, runs smooth & quiet 


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About the clock

This original vintage clock bears the iconic logo from Lincoln Fitzgerald’s Nevada Lodge and Nevada Club. The Nevada Club was a fixture for decades on Reno’s Virginia Street from 1946 until closing in the late 1990s. In 1957 Fitzgerald extended his holdings to Lake Tahoe when he purchased the Biltmore Club on the North Shore and renamed the property the Nevada Lodge, which operated until 1983. 

The condition of the clock is very good, with a minor scratch on the lower left of the clear plastic face. The clock face is mint. There is a small chip on the outside rim of the housing, and a small triangle-shaped area of filler near the top (not visible when wall-mounted). The clock runs smooth and quiet. The second, minute and hour hands show normal motion. I cannot attest to the clock’s accuracy, but Telechron motors are well known for durability and precision. 

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Items shipped or delivered to a Nevada address will include applicable sales tax on the purchase invoice.