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Mantel Clocks368 of 396Rare Wind Up Seth Thomas Clock Looks like its signed Seth and dated 6/22/25english mantel clock????
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Posted 4 years ago

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carollamotte
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I inherited this from my Dad. It belonged to his Dad. I have looked at several Seth Thomas clocks but have been unable to find one like this.
It works just fine. Does anyone know anything about it? From what I have learned is that is was probably made in about 1850, but no paperwork on it or label anywhere unless I was to take the clock out and I will not do that. Can anyone help me? I don't know if it is a 7 or 8 day clock. I do not know how many times I am supposed to wind it up. If you can give me any information on this clock, please send me an email with the subject Seth Thomas Clock to carol.lamotte@hotmail.com
Thank you

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  1. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 4 years ago
    This site shows the Seth Thomas clocks. I didn't see it in the catalog?
    http://www.romfi.com/search/dsp_searchresult.cfm
    Dave
  2. Bruce99 Bruce99, 3 years ago
    From the Seth Thomas Mantel Clocks Metal Series called "Metals No. 2" circa 1900. 8-day hour/half-hour strike on 6 wire cathedral bell (or gong). Made in oak only. Ornamented with metal. 6-inch dial. 23" high

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