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Seth Thomas Clocks59 of 176Anyone know about this oneMid Century Modern Seth Thomas Teak Sunburst Wall Clock
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Posted 3 years ago


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Seth Thomas beauty, I love to collect old clocks... I still haven't found my true love of a grandfather yet!


  1. ticktocktime100 ticktocktime100, 3 years ago
    In order to find the maker of this lovely clock, could you please post a photo of the movement? Just by looking at this I can tell you that this is an Adamantine American mantle clock, probably made by Ansonia in the 1880's. Thanks!
  2. Bruce99 Bruce99, 3 years ago
    This is a Seth Thomas Black Mantel Adamantine Clock. It was a model offered by the Larkin Soap company as a premium. Larkin referred to it as #722 Actually, Seth Thomas had a patent on the Adamantine Finish. Other American Clock manufacturers used a variety of other different materials, such as enamel paints, to get a similar finish. See for more information.

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