Jefferson Electric Company, est. 1915

Jefferson Electric Golden Hour

Museum Artifact: “Golden Hour” Mystery Clock, c. 1950s

Made By: Jefferson Electric Company, 840 S. 25th Avenue, Bellwood, IL

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4 thoughts on “Jefferson Electric Company, est. 1915

  1. Everybody, go to and search Jefferson Electric Mystery Clock and you find lots of info and how some people have repaired them.

  2. I had a golden hour clock that had a clear plastic rectangular box covering the face of the clock. The clock repair guy lost the clock. I can’t find another. I looked in your catalog and couldn’t find that model. Did you produce that model ever?
    Thanks for your attention…..

  3. Clock- Jefferson “Golden Hour” electric clock. My clock won’t work. I haven’t used it for quite a few years. It worked the last time we used it. It is 115 V.A.C. 606cyonly 2.5 watts Cat#580-101. Can it be fixed?

  4. My husband & I received one of these clocks for our wedding June 22, 1957. He passed away in 2002. I haven’t used it for quite a few years and I plugged it in but it doesn’t work. I must admit, I don’t really know much about the clock, but we really liked it and I’m wondering if you can tell me what I need to do. Do I need to take the bottom off?

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