Here’s another example of a Seth Thomas electric striking mantel clock that I repaired. This one is dated October 1949 on the movement, and April 1949 on the motor.
This clock is the Lynton Model No. E511-000. The case is mahogany with an inlay strip in front. It is 16 3/4 inches wide and 8 1/8 inches tall. The dial’s minute track is 5 inches outside diameter, and the minute hand is 2 1/2 inches long. This clock strikes the hour and half-hour on a single rod.
Repair job 6241. The movement is model A300-033 and has a date code 4910 (October 1949). The motor is a General Time Instruments Corp. M4 with a date code of 4 49. I polished the pivots and installed 11 bushings.
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