American Calendar Clocks - Wall & Shelf
We always need
additional calendar clocks.
We have clients looking for both high-end and moderately priced calendar clocks.

TBO-1227
$8,900
Ithaca Regulator No. 1 , pre-1875

Ithaca Regulator No. 1, c.1875 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ithaca Regulator No. 1, c.1875 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ithaca Regulator No. 1, c.1875 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ithaca Regulator No. 1, c.1875 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ithaca Regulator No. 1, c.1875 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ithaca Regulator No. 1, c.1875 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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Ithaca Regulator No. 1, c.1875 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ithaca Regulator No. 1, c.1875 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ithaca Regulator No. 1, c.1875 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ithaca Regulator No. 1, c.1875 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

 

Here's an original large Ithaca calendar clock that's just begging to be hung in your home or office. According to our Ithaca expert, this model is sometimes referred to as a "State Street clock", meaning that it was made before 1875 at their corner of State and Albany Streets location. In his personal collection he has their hand-written lease for that location dated Sept 1 1866. It say’s “in part ( to be used in the business of manufacturing, selling, and distributing clocks) the following premises...” etc.

If you're looking for great clocks you will find them on our website and you know that they'll be well researched!

So, if this one is pre-1875, it's about as good as they get and has the "age spots" to show it's been around for 140+ years! These clocks were often found in banks and fancy offices like law firms.

Physical: The walnut case measures 20"w x 52"h x 6"d and has the original finish and the original removable bottom. In the 1970s there were apparently a slew of replacement bottoms made for these clocks, but this one's the real McCoy. By the way, this model was available from the factory as a shelf clock without the slide-on base.

There are three "age-spots" on the top of the removable base section that show a candle burned close to this clock at one time. Here's what our Ithaca expert had to say about it: "To me, it looks like someone has sanded out heavy burns from candles. Since the drops edge moulding is solid walnut, once you clean out the carbon, you could easily match up the color. The dark vertical line towards the center is also from an open flame. Since the line is unbroken, between two separate components of the clock, it can’t be something in the wood."


This is on the base, not where the eye would naturally go. But, if you would prefer to have the "age spots" removed, our restoration guys will do that for you included in the price of the clock. It's an interesting piece of the Americana history of this wonderful clock; makes you really wonder where this clock resided in the past!

The 12" dials, brass bezels, pendulum, weights are all original. Note that the pendulum swings in front of the calendar dial on this model and you can see it in the bottom window. We're not sure if the roller papers are original, but, if they were replaced
along the way, it was not recently. Glasses appear to be original.

Note that this clock, serial number 1722, has the "Directions" paper intact as well as a separate "Notice" (instructions) that we have not seen before in an Ithaca clock available to us.

Mechanical: The eight-day time and gong-strike 2-weight clock movement (made for Ithaca by E.N. Welch and stamped in the front plate) and the calendar mechanism were professionally overhauled in late 2015 and are in excellent running order.

Comments: This wonderful clock originally cost somewhere around $50; it's a little more today... So, what are you waiting for?

Questions? Contact us by phone at 760-604-0262, or e-mail.

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Description

View

Front View
Front Left
Crown
Upper Section
Detail – Midsection
Lower Section
Base
Base Off - Front
Base Off - Top
Dial - Clock
Dial - Calendar
Directions
Notice
Movement - Clock - 1
Movement - Clock - 2
Mechanism - Calendar

Reference
Miller, A.H. & D.M., Survey of American Calendar Clocks, 1989, p.29
Ly, T.D., Calendar Clocks, 1993, p.123-124

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EON-1128
$47,500
Very Rare Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 8

Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 8 in Burled Walnut

Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 8 in Burled Walnut

Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 8 in Burled Walnut

Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 8 in Burled Walnut

Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 8 in Burled Walnut

Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 8 in Burled Walnut

Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 8 in Burled Walnut

Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 8 in Burled Walnut

Ship From So. CA

Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 8 - Original Catalogue Drawing ~ Antique Clocks Guy Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 8 in Burled Walnut

We are delighted to have this beautiful Seth Thomas clock for your consideration. Because of the expense of the elaborate case, not a lot of this model were initially made and there are literally only a handful of these magnificent clocks still in existence, all held in major collections. According to research of Seth Thomas catalogues at the NAWCC library, the Office Calendar No. 8 was manufactured only between 1880-1888. This one moved from NY in the 1980s to a major collection and has just been made available to us.

Physical: The walnut/burl case, which measures 24.5"w x 66"h x 9"d has a fine patinated finish that appears to have been restored well before its 1980s move. It is in excellent physical condition with beautiful color. All the wood is original as is the glass. The nickel bezels were quite worn and recently restored. The damascened nickel pendulum bob is original. It appears that the weight has not fallen in the past and damaged the case (typical for an original gut cord to break).

The 14" diameter dials are in excellent physical condition. They were recently touched up by our expert dial-painter. The left calendar roller has an indentation on "Tuesday" that might be remediated by a capable metalsmith, but we'd probably just leave it alone if it were ours. Roller papers on the calendar are original.
The cabinet lock and key are present, original, and in working order.

There is a cupola on top of the case that is unique to this particular rare Seth Thomas model. Note how it is turned even on the inside!

Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 8 in Burled Walnut Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 8 in Burled Walnut
Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 8 in Burled Walnut Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 8 in Burled Walnut

Mechanical: Both the weight-driven eight-day clock and perpetual calendar movements have been overhauled and are in excellent running order.

Comments: We have only seen three of this model before, one of which we restored and sold several years ago; we feel fortunate to have found this beautiful calendar clock and convinced the collector to make it available to you. Thanks in advance for your interest.

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Description

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Front
Front Open - 1
Front Open -2
Front Left
Front Right

Upper - 1
Upper - 2
Upper Left
Upper Right
Upper w
/Dial Off
Cupola Top - 1
Cupol
a Top - 2
Cupola
Under - 1
Cupola Under - 2

Lower
Lower Left - 1
Lower Left - 2
Lower Right - 1
Lower Right - 2
Lower Right - 3

Bezel - Clock
Bezel - Calendar
Left Mid Detail
Dial - Clock
Dial - Calendar
Movement - Clock
Mechanism - Calendar
Pendulum Bob
Weight


Reference
Ly, T.D., Calendar Clocks, 1992, p.252-253
Ly, T.D., Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements 3rd Ed Vol 1, 2004, p.97
Miller, A. & D. Survey of Calendar Clocks, 1989, p.22


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AGL-1030
$2,750
Seth Thomas “Fashion 6”

Seth Thomas “Fashion 6” ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Seth Thomas “Fashion 6” ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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There is a long story about the Fashion clocks, which were made by numerous clockmaking firms, the most famous of which was the Southern Calendar Clock Co, who used Seth Thomas mechanisms and cabinets. Often, their clocks had their name stamped on the movement along with the Seth Thomas name. In this particular clock, only the Seth Thomas name is marked. The clock dial and seconds bit subsidiary dial bear two patent dates while the calendar dial says, "Made by Seth Thomas Clock Company."

Physical: The walnut case, which measures 16.5"w x 32"h x 6"d appears to have the original finish. The three finials are correct duplicates of the originals. The glass is original, with the reverse gilding letter "F" touched up by the famous Tom Moberg.

The 7.5" diameter paper dials are original to the clock and in fair-to-good condition. It is our understanding that replacements are available from the Dial House in GA. The roller papers are in fair condition and an extra set of covers will be included with the shipment should you desire to recover them.

Mechanical: The eight-day time and gong-strike movement has been recently serviced and is in excellent running condition. The calendar mechanism has also been serviced and is in excellent operating condition.

Comments: The black-dial Fashion clocks seem to always be in demand. This is a nice example for a serious collector.

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Description

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Front View - 1
Front View - 2
Front Left
Front Right
Upper Left
Upper Right
Upper Front
Lower Front
Lower Left
Lower Right
Top Back Left
Top Back Right
Label
Pendulum Bob
Pendulum Bob - Close
Back
Clock Dial
Seconds Bit
Calendar Dial
Glass Back
Clock Movement
Gong Base
Calendar Mechanism
Calendar Rollers
Extra Roller Covers


Reference.
Ly, T.D., Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements 3rd Ed Vol 1, 2004, p.122

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HOJ-0629
$2,650
Ithaca “Index”

Ithaca “Index” ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Ithaca “Index” ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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Interestingly, this model, that we've not had available to us in the past, matches the photo in Miller (p.51) and not that in Tran (p.254). Apparently there were two different styles of cabinet for the "index". Not so unusual in the U.S. clock market, but it is unusual that Tran doesn't have either a catalogue or original photo of this configuration.

Physical: The walnut case, which measures 15"w x 33.5"h x 6"d is in excellent physical condition, with ORIGINAL FINSH that has just been thoroughly cleaned and rubbed out. Our consignor said he used Spruce It Up (a cleaner/polish) to "remove a century of grunge and reveal a wonderful original finish."

The glass and gold leaf are original as are the 7" papered dials that are in good, age-appropriate condition. The clock dial is unsigned; the calendar dial has patent dates (also on tip of dial bezel) as well as "Manufactured for Lynch Brothers". We have been unsuccessful in learning who the Lynch Brothers were – perhaps someone reading this listing can fill us in on the details. The example in Tran also has the Lynch labeling and we have found others with the same nomenclature, but no explanation!

Mechanical: The eight-day time-and-strike movement has just been cleaned and serviced and is in excellent running order. As is typical with Ithaca clocks, the movement is signed "E.N. Welch • Forestville Conn • USA. It also says, "Manfd for the Ithaca Calendar Clock Company". The calendar mechanism has also been cleaned and serviced and is in excellent mechanical condition.

Comments: This is a gorgeous all-original clock that's just waiting for a place on your mantle, or perhaps the credenza behind your desk at work?

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Description

View

Front View - 1
Front View - 2
Front Left
Front Right
Upper
Left
Upper Right
Lower Left
Lower Right
Door Open

Pat Date - Bezel
Both
Dials
Clock Dial -
Off
Clock Dial - On
Calendar Dial - On
Calendar Dial - Off

Movement
Calendar Mechanism
Bac
k

Reference
Ly, T.D., Calendar Clocks, 1992, p.146
Miller, A. & D., Survey of American Calendar Clocks, 1989, p.51

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NGR-0125
$7,250

~PRICE REDUCED~
$5,000

Very Rare Seth Thomas Parlor Calendar No. 9

Rare Seth Thomas Parlor Calendar No. 9 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Rare Seth Thomas Parlor Calendar No. 9 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Rare Seth Thomas Parlor Calendar No. 9 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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Seth Thomas Parlor Calendar No. 9 - Original Catalogue Drawing ~ Antique Clocks Guy(original catalogue drawing)

 

According to Wikipedia, "Victorian (era) design is widely viewed as having indulged in a grand excess of ornament." One need only drive down a street with old Victorian homes to make this observation for oneself. Certainly, clockmaking firms were no exception to this rule in their design of many Victorian era clocks. The Parlor Calendar No. 9, c. 1886, is perhaps the most "out there" Seth Thomas design. In all the years we have been dealing in clocks, this is only the second one of this model that we've ever physically seen. And this perpetual calendar clock is in wonderful original condition.

Physical:
The walnut case, which measures 17"w x 29.5"h x 7" has the original finish and has just been professionally poli
shed and waxed. The two outer rings on the crown are perfectly done replacements by a museum-quality restorer in Los Angeles.

The dials have the original paint. There was some chipping that was retouched by Kathy Seiwert of the famous "Dial House" in Georgia. There is an original directions label on the back side of the door in excellent condition and a calendar service instruction label behind the calendar mechanism.

Mechanical: The eight-day spring-driven time and cathedral-gong clock movement is original to the case and in excellent running order. The cathedral gong is a nice touch as it has a very deep, mellow sound, not "twangy" as with many shelf clocks. It was cleaned and fully overhauled in 2014. Here's the list we received from our technician of the work that was completed: lever pivot straightened; other pivots polished as needed; eight bushings replaced; manufacture and install new arbor spring bushings in the front plate; polish plates, fit new suspension spring. The calendar mechanism, designed by R. T. Andrews, is original to the case and was cleaned and adjusted and set for leap year. It, too, is in excellent running order.

Comments: This is an important clock to any calendar collector. It's in excellent physical and mechanical condition and just needs a call from you to make it your own. We have just added and replaced some photos with better lighting to assist your assessment of this fine clock.

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Description

View

Front View
Front Left - 1
Front Left - 2
Left Side
Le
ft Side Detail
Front Right
Right Side
Right Side Detail
Middle Area Detail
Crown

Crown Closeup
Clock Dial Area
Clock Dial
Calendar Dial Area

Calendar Dial

Directions Label
Back


Reference
Ly, T.D., Calendar Clocks, 1992, p.
262
Ly, T.D., Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements 3rd Ed Vol 1, 2004, p.109
Miller A. & D., Survey of American Calendar Clocks, 1972, p.19

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ULP-1231
$32,500
Ithaca Regulator No. 1 in Walnut, c. Nov. 1888

Ithaca Regulator No. 1 in Walnut  ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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Ithaca Regulator No. 1 - Original Catalogue Drawing ~ Antique Clocks Guy
(original catalogue)

 

In all the years we've been representing major collectors this is only the second one of this very scarce model that we've had available to us, and only the third one we've actually seen. Tall and graceful, this splendid Victorian era serpentine-sided perpetual calendar clock made by the Ithaca Calendar Clock Co of New York with beautiful carved crest and lower pediment awaits your careful examination and consideration.

Physical: The solid walnut cabinet with period graphite script serial "No. 1993" and dated "11-88", measures 22"w x 72"h x 9"d is in excellent physical condition with original finish. It has recently been thoroughly cleaned and professionally waxed to preserve the finish. The incised dial-surround is in excellent original condition and really sets this model apart from others.

The front section incorporates a large door that is fitted with glass. This opens to allow access to the two large paper-over-zinc dials. They both measure 12" in diameter and are in excellent original condition. The upper dial displays the time with Roman numerals and features a sweep second hand. The lower dial displays the day of the week, the month and calendar day.

The nickel-plated lyre pendulum is in excellent and original condition. The two weights are original and correct as are the two finials on top.

A previous owner filled two holes that were placed in the bottom of the base to secure the clock to the wall.

Mechanical: The eight-day, time-only, weight-powered, nickel-plated movement with sweep center seconds, is powered by two weights and regulated by seconds-beating wooden rod and nickel-faced pendulum bob. The movement has recently been professionally overhauled and the calendar mechanism serviced. Both the clock movement and perpetual calendar mechanism function correctly. The calendar recognizes and compensates for leap years. Nice!

Comments: This is a fabulous clock that does everything but wind itself; that'll be your adoring job once a week as you and the clock pass time happily together. Give us a call to start the love affair in your home!

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Description

View

Front Left - 1
Front Left - 2
Front Right
Crown
Crown Detail
Upper Section
Upper Left
Upper Right - 1
Upper Right - 2
Midsection
Lower Section
Lower Left - 1
Lower Left - 2
Lower Right - 1
Lower Right - 2
Base
Base Right
Base
Detail
Dials
Dial - Clock
Dial - Calendar
Pendulum
Clock Movement
Calendar Mechanis
m
Serial Number

Reference
Ly, T.D., American Clocks - I, 1989, p.145
Ly, T.D., Calendar Clocks, 1992, p.125

Miller, A. & D., Survey of American Calendar Clocks, 1989, p.32

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OJT-0910
$6,200
Seth Thomas Parlor Calendar No. 10 in Walnut

Seth Thomas Parlor Calendar No. 10 in Walnut ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Seth Thomas Parlor Calendar No. 10 in Walnut ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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Seth Thomas made two similar versions of this particular perpetual calendar clock. The file photo below shows the earlier model (1892 catalogue) on the right; the later model with the frame above the rings was in the 1896 catalogue. There are some other differences in the base of the two models. Click the photo below to enlarge and compare.

Seth Thomas Parlor Calendar No. 10 - 1892 and 1896 models ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Catalogue Drawing - Seth Thomas Parlor Calendar No. 10 - Later Model ~ Antique Clocks Guy
(earlier version
catalogue drawing)

Physical: The beautiful walnut with burl later model case measures 28.5"w x 36"h x 6" deep and has the original finish. It was recently professionally rubbed out and polished and is in excellent physical condition. The 10" diameter dials were restored by the famous dial-painter, Martha Smallwood, at The Dial House in GA. There is also a nice original instruction label on the back of the door. The weights and hands are original. There are no apologies on this clock - it's a wonderful piece.

Mechanical: The two-weight time and cathedral gong-strike clock movement (strikes on the hour) and the R.T. Andrews-patent calendar movement were recently professionally overhauled at which time the roller covers were replaced on the calendar (typical). Both of the movements are in excellent mechanical running condition, ready for years of great service for you.

We noted the large "fly" on the clock movement and asked our technician about it. Here's his response: "It's kind of cool. I have seen external governors on a few different model of Seth clocks. Because the clock has the heavy eight-day weights, they needed the extra fly to slow the strike down. Quiet clevor (sic). I like it!" He's not the best spellor (!), but an extraordinarily knowledgeable technician! We learn something new every day in the clawk business...

Comments: If you are a serious calendar clock or Seth Thomas collector, then you know what this clock is. If you don't, well, now's a great time to get acquainted. Exceptional price on this one, too.

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Description

View

Front Left
Front Right
Upper Sect
ion
Lower Section
Base

Upper Left
Lower Left
Upper Right
Lower Ri
ght
Both
Dials
Clock Dial
Calendar Dial
Instruction Label
Both Movements
Clock Movement
Calendar Movement

Reference
Ly, T.D., Calendar Clocks, 1992, p.262
Ly, T.D., Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements, 3rd Ed., 2004,
p.110-111
Miller, A. & D., Calendar Clocks, 1989, p.20

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STF-0901
$15,550
~Price Reduced~
Difficult-To-Find
Seth Thomas Office Calendar No.5 in Walnut
With French Walnut Trimmings, c. 1884

Seth Thomas Office Calendar No.5 in Walnut ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Seth Thomas Office Calendar No.5 in Walnut ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Seth Thomas Office Calendar No.5 in Walnut ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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Seth Thomas Office Calendar No 5 - Original Catalogue Drawing

Original Catalogue Drawing

We've only had a couple of this model in the past. Most remain securely locked in major collections, not even remotely available. As you look, consider that the photos don't accentuate the fact that this is a large clock, 50" in length. This model was featured in the Seth Thomas catalogues from 1879-1893.

Also, be sure to look at the unusual viewing window in the bottom through which you can see the pendulum bob. Seth Thomas used burled wood judiciously on its higher-end clocks. This is a great example of their woodworking skill and phenomenal attention to detail throughout the case.

Physical: This Office Calendar No. 5 is in excellent physical condition. It measures 24"w x 50"h x 8"d. The finish was recently restored, having recent professionally applied additional coats of shellac, just like in the factory, hand-rubbed between coats. It is beautiful.

The 14" diameter dials have the original paint that was touched up by Kathi Edwards at the famous Dial House in GA. Both are in excellent physical condition.

Interestingly, the calendar dial is also painted on the back and there are a bunch of signatures. The collector from whom our consignor originally purchased the clock claimed that the clock came from one of the major Hollywood studios and that the signatures have some significance. Not apparent to us, but an interesting tidbit of supposition!

Seth Thomas Office Calendar No.5 in Walnut ~ Antique Clocks Guy

The roller papers, hands and weight are original; movements are original to the case. Again, it's a beautiful specimen, just waiting for you.

Mechanical: The signed eight-day, time-only, single-weight clock movement and the 31-day R.T. Andrews-patent calendar movement are both original to the clock and in excellent running order. Both were recently professionally overhauled.

Comments: This is a model that is not often available. It is so popular that (beware) the Chinese export knockoffs. This clock is the real McCoy. Is it the one for which you've been patiently waiting for such a long time?

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Description

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Front Right View
Front - Dials Off
Midsection
Upper Left
Upper Right

Base
Clock Dial - 1
Clock Dial - 2
Calendar Dial - 1
Calendar Dial - 2
Calendar Dial - Back
Clock Movement
Calendar Movement


Reference
Ly, T.D., Calendar Clocks, 1993, p.250
Ly, T.D., Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements 3rd Ed Vol 1, 2004, p.94
Miller, A. & D., Calendar Clocks, 1989, p.21

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CCA-01
$10,500

~Price Reduced~
Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 10 ~ Early Model

Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 10 ~ Early Model ~ Antique Clocks Guy

Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 10 ~ Early Model ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 10 Early ~ Antique Clocks Guy

(original catalogue drawing)

 

This is a great Seth Thomas model that we don't see very often. Housed in the very popular Seth Thomas Regulator No. 6 case, this particular calendar model was made in two different configurations, this being the earlier of the two. This is the nicest one of this model that we've ever seen. It had been in one family for generations prior to becoming available to us.

Physical: The beautiful walnut case measures 16"w x 49"h x 6" d and retains the original finish. The 10" original dials have the original paint with only very minor flaking. The roller papers on the calendar mechanism are original. The weight, which runs down the inside out of view is original. The clock also has the classic damascened Seth Thomas pendulum bob and original winding crank. The finials are correct and original.

There are two labels inside, one with general instructions, the other warning against improper lubrication of the calendar movement. Both are in "as new" condition... wow!

Mechanical: The clock and calendar movements were professionally overhauled in 2013 and are both in excellent running order.
The overhaul included new bushings in the clock movement and new weight cable.

Comments: We've only had four or five of these in the fifteen years we've been in business. They aren't often available, so here's your opportunity to own an exceptional example of a real Seth Thomas classic. Give us a call to start the process!

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Description

View

Front Left
Front Right
Front
Head
Mid Section
Base
Lower Left Detail
Lower Right Detail
Instruction Label
Clock Dial
Calendar Dial
Clock Movement/Wt
Clock Movement
Calendar Mvt/Label
Rear Label (Jeweler)


Reference

Ly, T.D., American Clocks - I, 1989, p.203
Ly, T.D., Calendar Clocks, 1992, p.254

Ly, T.D., Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements 3rd Ed Vol 1, 2004, p.99
Miller, A.H. & D.M., Survey of American Calendar Clocks, 1989, p.22

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WFL-03
$11,500

Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 10, c.1896
Later Model in Walnut

Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 10, c.1896 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 10 (Later Version) Original Catalogue Drawing ~ Antique Clocks Guy(orig catalogue drawing)

 

There were two different versions of the Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 10, both made in the basic Regulator No. 6 case that was also used for their double-time clock. This beautiful clock is the later of the two; the earlier version had fretwork between the dials and the pendulum was raised and located behind that fretwork. Serious Seth Thomas collectors frequently seek to have both models hanging side-by-side.

Physical: The walnut case, which has the original finish and is in excellent physical condition, measures 16"w x 49"h x 6"d. The 10" diameter dials have the original paint and are in excellent, age-appropriate condition; the calendar rollers are also original. The damascened pendulum bob is original and in excellent condition as well. Please note: winding crank included, but not the fancy one shown, with which our consignor will not part!

Mechanical: The clock and perpetual calendar mechanisms are original to the clock. Both were recently professionally overhauled and in excellent running order.

Comments: This is a fabulous clock that will end up in the home of a serious Seth Thomas collector. Will that be yours?

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Description

View

Front View
Front Right
Base
Clock Dial
Calendar Dial
Pendulum
NOTE: green-handled crank is not included,
however, there will be a correct crank with
the clock when it is shipped to you.

Reference
Ly, T.D., Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements 3rd Ed Vol 1, 2004, p.99

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STH-101
$7,875
Seth Thomas Ofc. Calendar No 12 in Oak, c.1890

Seth Thomas Ofc. Calendar No 12 in Oak, c.1890 ~ Antique Clocks Guy

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(original catalogue drawing)

 

Here's a seldom-seen R.T. Andrews patent Seth Thomas perpetual calendar clock. The patent date of February 15, 1876 is shown on the calendar dial. This same case with a single clock dial was used for the Seth Regulator No. 9 and made in walnut, cherry, the most popular oak and "old oak". We have a matching Regulator No. 9 available in our American wall clocks section – perhaps you should consider a "bulk" purchase!

Physical: The oak case was recently professionally overcoated and rubbed out as the original finish was extremely thin from 100+ years of cleaning. It is in excellent physical condition and measures 15.75"w x 48"h x 7"d. The 10" dials were professionally restored at some point in the past. Seth Thomas did not prime its dials, so it is very common to find clocks with peeling dial paint. SOmetimes, it is past the point of touchup. In this case, the dials were very professionally re-done and look great; we'd be pleased to have this one in our home! The glass is original as well, and there is an original label in the back of the case behind the calendar movement.

Mechanical: The eight-day weight-driven clock movement (and the calendar mechanism) was recently professionally overhauled and is in excellent running order, ready for years of great service for you.

Comments: This is a classic design Seth Thomas case with a perpetual calendar, just waiting to be there to remind you of your next appointment, whether it be in your den or your office. So the question is, what clock is next on your schedule? Call us to find out!

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Description

View

Front Left
Front Right
Upper Right
Lower Right/B
ase
Upper Left
Lower Left
Lower Left/Pend Bob
Clock Dial
Calendar Dial
Clock Movement

Calendar Movement - 1
Calendar Movement - 2

Reference
Ly, T.D., Calendar Clocks, 1992, p.256.
Miller, A&D, Survey of American Calendar Clocks - 1989, p.24

Ly, T.D., Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements 3rd Ed Vol 1, 2004, p.101

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