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Romper Room Clock

By: Lori Williamson | Item of the Day | September 21, 2017
Romper Room Clock

This is a puzzle clock promoting the educational children's television show Romper Room, which aired in the United States between 1953 and 1994.  The toy consists of twelve numbered shapes that may be set into and removed from corresponding impressions in a plastic base. When all of the shapes are set into the base, they form a clock. Manufactured by Hasbro Industries, Inc. in Pawtucket, Rhode Island circa 1972.

For more information or to purchase a photograph of this item, view this toy in our collections database.