Seth Thomas #2 Regulator Wall Clock Produced Between 1922 And 1929. No Reserve
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Seth Thomas #2 Regulator Wall Clock Produced Between 1922 And 1929. No Reserve:
Seth Thomas #2 Regulator wall clock produced between 1922 and 1929.
This could be called “legendary” as it is a genuine #2
Regulator as used by Schools,
Factories, Railroads and Offices just about
everywhere back in pendulum clock heydays,
this particular one spent a few
years in a federal office building…aside from all that,
TLC will be needed to
bring the “legend part” back to life an-n-n-n-nd that will be
found only in your workshop and with your hands.
36-1/4” in height, 15-7/8” diameter bezel, 5-15/16” deep
from bezel high point to
the extreme back, the main lower part of the body is 9-3/4” wide.
(per clockguy’s pdf i.d. guide): It has the variation
on the bottom wood trim that puts
it in those production years from 1922 to
1929. The beat scale brass plaque has
on each end for mounting (no hole in the middle as on the newer
style). The lock is
intact, screws are
all there as is the latch; but there is no key. All the original brass
hinges are in very good shape. All the glass is intact though I can’t say
for sure that
it’s vintage; there are ‘some waves and imperfections’ in both
pieces, so maybe it is.
The face is obviously in not so good condition.
The overall condition of this clock’s cabinetry is really
quite solid. Nothing is
or broken. The main thing wrong with it
is the faux green finish.
There is one
spot on the lower left of the sidewall that is a long sort of scratch
completely reveals the original Oak grain and the honey colored finish on
There is a bigger spot of that
finish on the inside of the back wall.
and in the area where the movement would mount. The interior side of the
pendulum door shows
more of this original Oak as well as the complicated assembly
of this door’s framing.
There’s nothing on the clock’s back to indicate a signature,
initials or any ‘stamped
number code’….even with a super low angled light
source nothing reveals itself…nor
inside where the mechanism used to be. The other details of construction, the
side of the pendulum door, the brass face bezel trim ring, the lock details,
the pendulum and the pendulum beat scale plaque may all help in determining the
exact ‘born on’ date of this clock. The
pendulum black painted oval wood stem and
bob are in fairly decent shape; but
obviously the brass needs some spit and polish.
The stem is not split or cracked. There is some slight oxidation on the steel weight
retainer part of the bob and some oxidation on the actual front side of the brass disc.
I have a few additional shots of this clock, just ask and
I’ll email them to you.
If you have any
questions what-so-ever, please ask.
E-mail questions will try to
be answered within the day, hopefully less.
Please be aware that there is NO movement
mechanism, NO clock hands,
NO cylinder weight, NO wind key and NO lock key for the pendulum door.
International buyers please do take the time to check first
prior to offerding.
This clock may be too
large for shipment to many countries and it would be good
to settle such issues
right-up-front rather than after you start offerding.
International buyers are also responsible for all import fees for
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