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    Posted 8 years ago

    SteveTx76
    (17 items)

    Can anyone tell me about this clock? I know it's a Seth Thomas, but have no idea as to the model or when it was manufactured. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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    SETH THOMAS ORNATE MANTLE CLOCK 1880's ADAMANTINE LION'S HEADS W/KEY ANTIQUE
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    SETH THOMAS ORNATE MANTLE CLOCK 1880's ADAMANTINE LION'S HEADS W/KEY ANTIQUE
    SETH THOMAS ORNATE MANTLE CLOCK 188...
    $407
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    1. Bruce99 Bruce99, 8 years ago
      Hi Steve,

      It looks like you have a Seth Thomas "Sentinel 4" from circa 1924. It has a mahogany finish and their very reliable No. 89 8-day time and strike movement. The Seth Thomas No. 89 movement was used in a lot of Seth Thomas mantel clocks. It often had either a deadbeat, or semi-deadbeat escapement, which helped make it a very good timekeeper for its day. It was manufactured in many "versions". Yours looks like the "No. 89 AD" which had the solid rear plate. Hope that helps solve your mystery. If so, please indicate Mystery Solved in your listing. If you have more questions, let us know.
    2. SteveTx76 SteveTx76, 8 years ago
      Bruce,

      Thank you so much for the response. That is exactly what I was looking for!
    3. Bruce99 Bruce99, 8 years ago
      You're very welcome Steve.

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