World War 2 Wwii Vintage Seth Thomas Ship Course Boat Clock Chrome Beveled Glass
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World War 2 Wwii Vintage Seth Thomas Ship Course Boat Clock Chrome Beveled Glass:
World War 2 Seth Thomas Ship Course Clock This comes from a large estate collection I am liquidating
I'm fairly sure this dates to the WWII era. It is a Mark II, Model 0, as seen on the face. The face is about 6 inches in diameter. The condition is pretty nice, and the beveled glass is in good shape. It runs intermittently when you move it around. It ran four about 4 hours yesterday sitting on my desk. Since then it starts and runs for a minute or two then stops, as I have been moving it around. I do not have a key, so I haven't wound it. I'm sure it needs at least a servicing to make it run properly. The chrome plating on the brass case has some pitting & scratches, but otherwise it looks pretty nice. The item pictured is the actual one you will receive. Offered AS-IS with no refunds or returns for condition or functionality.
This weighs about 4 & 1/2 pounds, but with double boxing and packing materials, the shipping weight will probably be about twice that. If the quoted shipping turns out to be much less than actual, I will refund the difference.
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