Sep

11

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Early Seth Thomas Ships Clock Time & Strike No 10 Movement in Nice Bakelite Case

Early Seth Thomas Ships Clock Time & Strike No 10 Movement in Nice Bakelite Case. The clock has some cosmetic scratches and marks, but the Bakelite case is very well-preserved. The dial is approximately 6 in in diameter and is painted metal. Some of the graphics have faded and rubbed over the years. The clock runs strongly during the time I’ve had it, but the strike doesn’t operate. The strike spring is still good in a clock and I don’t know if someone intentionally stopped the strike or not. I was going to look into it at one time, but never got around to it. Please inspect the photos closely […]

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May

26

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Early Antique Seth Thomas Brass Marine Lever Locomotive Or Ships Clock

Up for sale is this Early Antique Seth Thomas Brass Marine Lever Locomotive Or Ships Clock. A key will be included. This clock was restored by a previous owner and they mounted the dial to the sides of the case in a way that in order to get to the movement you have to remove the the brass tacks or nails and pull it out the back (after removing the hands). The dial is a replacement or is repainted. Case measures about 6 1/4 diameter. Please view all 12 photos to help judge condition. The item “Early Antique Seth Thomas Brass Marine Lever Locomotive Or Ships Clock” is in sale […]

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Feb

11

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Early Antique WW1 Era Seth Thomas Deck Clock Brass US Navy WWII USN Ceramic Face

Antiques, Fine Art & Collectibles. Early Antique WW1 Era Seth Thomas Deck Clock Brass US Navy WWII USN Ceramic Face. DESCRIPTION Authentic working World War I era antique ships deck clock made for the U. Navy by the Seth Thomas clock company. The white enamel dial is marked SETH THOMAS in the top center. The winding mechanism is accessed in the front at the Roman numeral number 4. This is a rare and old clock which is very heavy. This clock has a classic flared ships clock bezel which lifts off when the button is depressed from the main body of the clock. This would attach to a mounting bracket […]

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