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"Girotti Wall Clocks: Another Successful Mid-20th Century Canadian Maker" in the NAWCC Bulletin late 2015

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Brothers Marino and Silvio Girotti, as part of their chalkware product lines for the Girotti Sculptured Art company, made many models of battery-operated wall clocks in St. Catharines, Ontario from the early 1960s to 1979.  Examples of their fan-shaped, chalkware-on-wood-panel, and molded polymer frame clocks are shown in the museum web site's Galleries section.  See this link:,_1960s_and_1970s).html

Allan's article about this company and its clocks appeared in NAWCC Bulletin number 417, the September/October 2015 issue, starting on page 430.  Here is the link to the online article: