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6017 Seth Thomas “Lincoln” shelf clock.
This clock has a solid mahogany case which has been refinished. It is in good condition but note there is a missing piece of trim at the lower right. It still has the original glass.
The dial has been professionally repainted and it looks great. It also has the original weights and pendulum which has the damascene decoration.
This is an eight-day clock with hourly strike on a very resonant gong. It has been running well for me for quite some time.
27 ½” tall. SOLD
6018 Seth Thomas “Eclipse” walnut parlor clock.
This clock is in great condition and is ready for you to put it on your shelf. The case is solid walnut and it has been very nicely refinished. There are no case chips or problems at all. The ornate stenciled glass is the original and the dial has been very nicely repainted.
It comes with the original hands and the heavy cast pendulum embossed “Eclipse”. The gong base is signed.
This is an eight-day clock with that sturdy lyre movement with Geneva stops and it is in good running order.
24” tall. SOLD
6019 Gilbert “Medea” walnut parlor clock.
This clock has a solid walnut case which is in near perfect condition and has an untouched, original finish. The reverse stenciled glass is the original and there is a good label on the back.
The brass and nickel pendulum is the original as are the hands.
This is an eight day clock with hourly strike on a coil gong plus alarm. This clock is currently running and it needs nothing other than placing it on your shelf to enjoy.
20” tall. SOLD
6020 Seth Thomas “Omaha” city series clock.
Seth Thomas produced numerous clocks in this series and they were all a bit above average in quality of the cases and movements. This case is solid walnut with gilt decoration and it would look much better with a simple cleaning. There is a chip at the upper right rear and four of the turnings on the top are missing.
The painted dial is the original but it is a bit worn and has some flaking. It retains the original hands, key and heavy cast pendulum with damascene decoration. On the back of the case it is date stamped 1884.
This is an eight-day clock with hourly strike on a very resonant cathedral gong. It has that high quality signed lyre movement with Geneva stops. The movement is clean and in good condition but the last person to work on it altered the loop in the verge crutch and that needs to be corrected.
19” tall. $95
6021 Seth Thomas eight day miniature ogee.
Usually these miniature clocks have 30 hour movements but this one is the more desirable eight day model. It has a polished mahogany case with the original finish. There are some veneer chips on the top edge of the door and case.
The dial has been professionally repainted and it has a good label. The original stenciled tablet has largely worn away. The “ST” hands and the pendulum are the originals.
This clock has a signed eight-day lyre shaped movement with Geneva stops and hourly strike on a gong. It is running but is very dirty and long overdue for a cleaning.
16” tall. $95
6022 Terry & Andrews early cottage clock.
This is an unassuming little clock but it actually is quite unusual. The case is pine and it was grain painted to resemble rosewood. That painting is hard to see now because the finish is so dark.
It has a wonderful Fenn reverse decorated tablet of birds at a fountain and the condition is near perfect. It also has the original upper glass and pendulum. The hands are old but mismatched. The paint on the dial is original but the numerals have faded a bit.
What makes this clock odd is the movement. The plates are what you would see in an ordinary 30 hour time and strike clock but this clock is time only – no strike. It is clear that there never was a strike train for this movement because many of the pivot holes do not exist. Also, the dial only has one winding hole and there never was a second. Another oddity is that the mainspring is anchored to the upper right pillar post.
It is one of those interesting curiosities and I do not believe I had seen one just like this before. It seems to be in good running order and the movement is signed “Terry & Andrews, Bristol, Ct USA”.
14 ½” tall. SOLD
5029 Waterbury Walnut Parlor Clock.
This clock has a solid walnut case. It is clean, refinished and in good condition but for a small ding at the bottom right of the base.
The dial paper is in good shape and there is a complete label inside the case. The hands, pendulum and key are the originals.
This is an 8 day clock with hourly strike on a gong. The movement is dirty and it is going to need some bushing to be put in running order.
14” tall. SOLD
4011 Waterbury miniature ogee clock.
This mahogany case is actually in pretty good condition but for a couple of veneer chips on the door edge. It has the original finish which someone has polished but it would look much better with some cleaning and then another coat of polish.
It has the original signed painted dial which does show a bit of wear from when the clock was wound. The original reverse painted tablet has a good amount of flaking and there is no label. The hands and the pendulum are the originals.
This is a 30 hour clock which strikes the hours on a gong and it is running.
19 inches tall. $60
This clock has a very nicely refinished solid oak case with pressed brass buttons and columns. The case is very clean and in great shape without any chips or other problems.
You can see that the dial paper has become quite oil stained. There is a good label on the bottom and it has the original hands, pendulum and key. This is an 8 day clock with hour and half hour strike on a gong. It is running but it is overdue for a cleaning.
14” tall. SOLD
5045 Ingraham walnut (?) parlor clock
This case could be walnut or another wood with a walnut stain. It has the original rather dark finish and it is in excellent condition with no apparent damages or faults.
The stenciled glass is the original plus it has the original hands and fancy brass pendulum.
This is a 30 hour clock with strike on a coil gong and it is running.
18 ½” tall. SOLD
5042 Seth Thomas "Eclipse" walnut parlor clock.
This clock has a solid walnut case in the original finish. A little surface cleaning would make it look even better. The case is virtually perfect without any missing or broken trim pieces.
It has one of the best stenciled glasses made by Seth Thomas with a large aperture to view the elaborate “Eclipse” pendulum. The dial has been expertly repainted. There is a very good label plus the original hands.
This is an 8 day clock with resonant strike on a cathedral gong plus alarm. It has the good quality, large signed lyre movement. The pendulum does need a new suspension spring.
24” tall. $185
5040 Waterbury "Combine" walnut parlor clock with calendar.
This is a solid walnut case which was refinished many years ago. Note that there is a missing trim piece at the top right. Also, this model came with a thermometer on the left and a barometer on the right. The barometer scale is there but the glass tube is not. They were reproduced at one time and there may be some stock out there somewhere.
The paper dial has the Waterbury logo and shows a little yellowing and wear. It has the original stenciled tablet, hands, nickel plated pendulum and signed key. There are two labels on the back of the case.
This is an 8 day clock with strike and it is running. .
22” tall. SOLD
3031 Seth Thomas mantle Clock.
This is one of the famous Seth Thomas City Series and it is the "New Orleans V.P." model. It has a walnut case which is in good, clean condition without any case damages or problems. The only alteration is that someone decided it would look better with a red felt material on the backboard but that could be easily removed.
The dial paper is the original but you can see that it has a fair amount of wear. The door glass is original as is the distinctive nickel and brass pendulum. The "V.P." in the model name refers to "visible pendulum" and you can see why they would use a clear glass in the door to make the pendulum more visible. The hands have been replaced and there is a reasonably good label in the bottom of the case.
This is a 30 hour model which strikes the hours on a large nickel bell. It runs a very short while and stops so it is due for a servicing.
16 inches tall. SOLD
4031 Ansonia "Tivoli" cabinet clock
This style clock is almost always seen with an oak case but this one is walnut and I like the look much better. The case has been very nicely refinished, is very clean and there are no damages, chips or missing pieces.
The dial paper is signed and in good condition with just a bit of discoloration. The brass bezel has been nicely polished and the clock has the original hands and brass pendulum.
This is an eight day clock with hour and half hour strike on a gong. It has been running well for me for quite some time.
15 inches tall. SOLD
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