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No. 4 Tucker Bronzer Mantel Clock by Seth Thomas

No. 4 Tucker Bronzer Mantel Clock by Seth Thomas, Thomaston, Connecticut, c. 1872, with urn finial, four quarter-columns supporting the case corners, 3 1/2 in. dia. enameled dial with Roman numerals and fourteen-day time and strike round movement with maker’s logo and Made in America on the back plate, ht. 13 in. Literature: Tran Duy […]

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SETH THOMAS KITCHEN WALNUT CASE ALARM CLOCK

American walnut cased kitchen mantle clock with alarm, works by Seth Thomas Company, ca.1885, works marked S. Thomas, Thomaston, Ct, USA, a portion of the original paper tag states “Musical Double Alarum 8 Day”, clock time operates, alarm on & off lever is disabled, 21.5″h, 13.5″w, 4.75″d Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Seth Thomas Figural Iron Mantle Clock NR

Seth Thomas Figural Iron Mantle Clock with time and strike movement and a 4 1/2″ paper dial. The figure is of a weary traveler on top of the iron case. Clock is running at this time. 16″ T x 13 1/4″ W Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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SETH THOMAS FIGURAL BRONZE CRYSTAL REGULATOR CLOCK

15 1/2 TALL WITH FULL FIGURED CAST LION ON TOP – OVER PAINTED Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Seth Thomas calendar clock

A rosewood veneer double dialed weight driven American shelf calendar clock, with the calendars indicator below the clock dial indicating the date. Inscribed on the zinc painted calendar dial are patent dates of 1854, 1857 and 1860. Between the dials is a revers epaint5ed tablet with an American Eagle. Condition report The top time dial […]

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Seth Thomas column & cornice cased shelf clock

A 32″ clock with gilt wood half columns with the lower Sleigh molded base and having two reverse painted glasses below the paper dial (the former restored) in a rosewood veneer case. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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