Posted 1 year ago
This Seth Thomas wall clock was given to me in 1996, by a neighbour of mine. It had been in the cafateria of the Wrigley's chewing gum plant on Carlaw Ave., in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Her father started working at this plant in 1921, and it was there then. In the 1940's the cafateria was re -painted, and the clock was given to my neighbours father. He did not remember the clock being used much at the plant, as nobody would take the time to climb on something to get to it to wind it. When I got it, a jewller friend of mine took it apart and confirmed it had little use. I took tripple O steel wool and cleaned the case down to the clean original finish - and we put it back together. I cannot find out when it was made, or the worth of it now.