Seth Thomas Office Calendar #8
8 day, weight driven, 14″ dials. 68″ height, 24″ width. Walnut case with burl walnut accents. Case is in outstanding original condition with original finish, hands, glass, pendulum, and movements.
*Note: Interior dust cover is a proper replacement, dial paint was restored by the dial house in antique finish.
$32,000 (on sale)
Ithaca Regulator #1
8 day, weight driven, with perpetual calendar movement 72″ high Oak case, stained old oak, 12″ paper dials, pendulum, glass, movements, finish, finials and hands are original. A very rare clock! as this is the only one known in oak. Case in very fine condition with no major losses anywhere. Note: Sweep second hand has been repaired, and there is a small part of the calendar dial missing at bottom.
Seth Thomas Office Calendar #5
8 day, weight driven, with perpetual calendar movement 50″high circa 1884 Oak case, in original finish, 14″ dials retain factory finish, both movements are original to the clock and working as they should, hands, glass, pendulum are also all original Note: There is some flaking on the calendar at 26, 27 and 28 day areas, this could be touched up or left as is.
Seth Thomas Parlor Calendar #10
8 day, weight driven, with perpetual calendar movement 36″ high Walnut case, 10″ dials retaining factory paint, movements, glass, pendulum, and weights are all original. This clock came from the Wasserman collection, if there’s a better one, we’ve never seen it! Mint throughout!
Seth Thomas Office Calendar #13
8 day, time only, weight driven, with perpetual calendar movement. 49″ high Walnut case, 12″ dials retaining factory paint, movements, glass, pendulum, and weights are all original. Restoration notes: clock was purchased from a west coast dealer who stated the finish to be original, in our opinion the clock has been nicely refinished
Seth Thomas Office Calendar #11
8 day, time only, weight driven, with perpetual calendar movement. 69″ high Oak and ash burled case in old oak stain. 14″ dials, retains original movements, pendulum, glass, and weight. This is the earlier model # 11 which had the carved fret work. Restoration notes: Case has been refinished nicely, dials paint restored (by dial house) no major flaws or dings.
Seth Thomas Parlor Calendar #9
A very interesting design, not sure what they were thinking when they came up with this. Never the less, it’s a hard model to find with all the original applied decorations. This one came from England, and much to our surprise nothing was missing or replaced. The paint on the dials could use some touch up, but the walnut case, hands, movements, and glass are all original throughout.
Seth Thomas Office Calendar #12
100% as found clock, came out of an old farm house in NY state when we purchased it, the case still had plaster around the back edges (which we have since removed). The case is in old oak, both dials sport original paint with minor flaking and the movements and finish to the case are 100% original. The second hand is a replacement. The screws that hold the wooden dial are still tight from lack of being removed, a very original example.
Seth Thomas Office Calendar #10 Later Model
This is the later design office calendar #10. With this design they improved the case flaws and made it less expensive to produce, though still keeping the same great case proportions. Walnut case, 100% original movements, glass, hands and finish, if it were not for a paint flake on the time dial it would be a ten, though still the nicest we have ever come across. Formally from the Wasserman Collection.
Office Calendar #10 Early Model (circa 1884)
We believe this is one of Seth Thomas’ prettiest clocks, unfortunately the Seth Thomas designer did not understand the door design flaw which was kept straight by two horizontal pieces of wood on the back side, which caused them all to crack with seasonal wood movement. They later corrected this by mitering the door as is seen in the later model and then changing the design to a less labor intensive design. As with most, the front door has been repaired, though the walnut case is 100% original. Formally from the Wasserman Collection
$8500.00 ( on sale)
Seth Thomas Office Calendar #6
Rosewood case, other than one spot of flaking on the interior of the door, this clock is, as they say, “As good as it gets”.