I blogged about this clock shortly after receiving it in April. At that time, it had an incorrect picture in the door. Lee Davis painted a reproduction on old glass for me. I am extremely pleased with this clock. The case veneer needs some repair, but I can enjoy it as it is for now.
Early Seth Thomas 30 hour OG, ca. 1845. 26 inches tall, 15 11/16 inches wide
Replacement tablet, a reproduction of an original. Painted on old glass by Lee Davis.
Label, gong and hammer. Early style, crescent shaped hammer.
Front of movement, type 1.241, early.
The brass nameplate on on the dial. S. THOMAS PLYMOUTH CONN U S A
Dial: metal, two rings drawn around time track, dots for minute marks. Early features of dial: tapered numerals 3, 4 and 8, small winding holes (8.2 mm). Has an engraved brass nameplate, an unusual feature.
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