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Seth Thomas 4X6 inch 8-day calendar clock

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    Posted 3 months ago

    Clocksmith
    (4 items)

    Leather case has S.T. label indicating it is the “ODIN” model. Leather clad wooden case says “made in Italy” Dial makes reference to Big Bank Clock. 4 jewel movement. Belonged to my father who did work in a bank pre-WW1.

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    Comments

    1. Clocksmith Clocksmith, 3 months ago
      Never seen another like these model.
    2. Clocksmith Clocksmith, 3 months ago
      Incidentally, it is a desk clock that probably was sold with day/date cards that were stored in the bottom and inserted at the start of each day. Must have been a lot of these made for institutions.
    3. dav2no1 dav2no1, 3 months ago
      Cool little clock, thanks for sharing..

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