Seth Thomas “Tudor” Cottage Clock, Thomaston, Connecticut, Rosewood veneered case, zinc painted Roman numeral dial, brass eight-day, time, strike, and alarm movement, interior paper label with Spring Brass Eight Day Clocks, ht. 15 in.
This lot is of a Seth Thomas “Tudor” clock. The clock has a white face with black numbers. At the respective hours, the minutes 15, 30, 45, and 60 are present on the clock as well. The body of the clock is comprised of a dark wood with a lighter wood used for the inlay. There are three key holes on this clock’s face, thus it strikes on the quarter hour and hour.
Seth Thomas Tudor style Shelf Clock. Eight day time and strike in a rosewood veneered case.
This lot is of a Seth Thomas “Tudor” mantle clock. This clock has a dark wood body with a lighter wood used for the minimalistic inlay design that goes along the perimeter of the body of the clock and two parallel lines on the small rectangular base. This clock has a white clock face and black numbers on the face. The clocks face is protected by a glass swinging door. On the face of the clock, it is noted as being a Seth Thomas clock. On the exterior of the three, six, and nine, the minutes 15, 30, 45, and 60 are noted as well. There are two key holes on this clock’s face, making it a time and strike clock. Overall this clock is in good condition with minor scratches and varnish deficient areas from use.
Seth Thomas “Tudor” Clock, 8 Day Spring Strike: In a rosewood veneer case with a metal painted convex dial; w/key and pendulum.
(Dial has some paint loss.)
15″ x 10″
Seth Thomas “Tudor No. 1” Shelf Clock: In a rosewood case with Seth Thomas hands on the dial.
(There may be minor, as expected, scuffs and mars to the case.)
Sells as is, where is.
circa 1890. H15 W10 1/2″ D4 1/4″”