RARE
U.S. COAST GUARD
SETH THOMAS  
W II CLOCK Ca 1935

A classic U.S.C.G.  pre WW II ships
clock which keeps excellent time, and is in refinished condition all around!

Seth Thomas U.S. Coast Guard
Ca 1935, Lever 8 Day Movement
6 inch dial, Forged Bronze Case SN 1223
Original Near new condition
 
 

 

 
 
Presented is a restored Seth
Thomas U.S.C.G. mil-spec clock that was typically mounted on a bulkhead on a ship’s bridge, quarter deck, or
in a wardroom. It has a 6 inch black over brass dial with a 5 1/2” viewing area, and heavy
forged bronze case of pre World War Two vintage which is the standard deck clock case of that era. The spade hands
hands are buff white with a sweep second hand. A wheel type fast/slow regulator is below the 12 position
which is marked for black-out recognition by an additional round dot under.
 
It is fitted with a screw on bezel and the forged
bronze case is highly polished. The movement is a 11-jeweled, 8 day time-only movement, with a wheel
type regulator. It is running well. “Made by Seth Thomas in U.S.A.”, is acid-etched below the “6“
o’clock position. “U.S. Coast Guard” is below the center arbor and the “No. 1223” below that. There are
no numbers or marks on the back of the case. The stand shown is included.
Maritime
and military clocks by Seth Thomas  were made to the exacting standards of the specifications established jointly
by the military and the U.S. Naval Observatory.



CONDITION: This
example is in restored condition. The face has been refinished and the clock recently serviced. The case has been polished
and lacquered. It keeps excellent time. A key is included.

                               6“
Face
            
Coast Guard markings

WARRANTY: We guarantee that this
clock will be working on arrival and that our description is entirely accurate or your money back. The only conditions are
that an email authorization be obtained within three days, and that the instrument is returned in its original condition and
packaging, and insured for its full value. Unfortunately, shipping charges are not included in this offer and are non-refundable.
This does not affect our policy on shipping damage which is discussed below.
 
PACKAGING: We take great care in
packaging our clocks for shipment which includes bubble wrap, placing in a box, and then placing in a larger box surrounded
by impact absorbent material. However, we are not responsible, once it is turned over to the carrier. Full Value insurance
is required. In the event of damage due to shipping we will assist you in all respects even to filing a claim in your behalf.

DIMENSIONS:
6″  Diameter
of Dial                   
2 1/2″ Deep
7 1/4″ Full Diameter                         
Weight 5 1/2 lbs



Don’t miss out on this U.S.C.G. rare Seth Thomas ships clock Now! It is a
perfect addition for your desk, mantle or collection. 

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All rights reserved


 

 

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ANTIQUE U.S. NAVY CHELSEA DECK CLOCK No. 3

 Naval Observatory Certification 


 
 
Stand included, a $50.00 Value!
A rarely seen example of a very early Chelsea Navy Deck Clock
No. 3.
 
Presented is a pristine Chelsea
U.S. Navy Deck Clock No. 3, Serial Number B15750 in a heavy forged brass case with screw on bezel, and Boston 8
Day Model K jeweled movement.
 
This very early clock has
a blackened brass dial with acid etched Arabic numerals and inscriptions in silver. Inside the seconds bit
ring is marked “Boston 8 Day”. Under the winding arbor, “U.S. NAVY, DECK CLOCK
NO. 3
and beneath, the highly sought after, hand etched, Naval Observatory cartouche,
a stylized “N” inside a circle and their serial number 1061.
 The 1061 number
is approximately 200 lower than a similar clock that we sold last year that had an estimated date of manufacture of 1906.
 At the very bottom of the dial appears, Made by Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 

 
The clock features large
Arabic numerals with moon style minute and hour hands, seconds bit above the 12 and early form  Fast/Slow adjustment
lever above. The classic 6 inch dial  with 8 day jeweled movement is housed within the original forged bronze
case that has a screw-on bezel measuring 7 1/4 inches in diameter. The Model K movement was fully serviced by
its last owner, and is in perfect running condition. Whomever wins this piece of maritime history and clock maker’s art
will have one of the best and rarest examples in existence.
                        
6″ refinished dial
      Hand etched Naval Observatory cartouche
 
Andrew Demeter, author of “Chelsea
Clock Company, The First Hundred Years,” 2001, Chelsea, Massachusetts, discusses in detail Navy Deck and Boat clocks
beginning on page 210, and pictures an example of this clock on the bottom of page 211.



CONDITION:=left>
 This example is in as original condition as can be imagined,
keeping good time, and with a refinished face, and nearly perfect case which is newly polished and lacquered. The
Model K movement shows as recently cleaned. Its age is indicated only by its design.

DIMENSIONS:

6″ 
Diameter of Dial                    2
1/2″ Deep
7 1/4″ Full Diameter                   
Weight  4 lbs 10 oz


GUARANTY OF SATISFACTION: We guarantee that this clock will be working on arrival
and that our description is entirely accurate or your money back. The only conditions are that an email authorization be obtained
within three days, and that the instrument is returned in its original condition and packaging, and insured for its full value.
Unfortunately, shipping charges are not included in this offer and are non-refundable. This does not affect our policy on
shipping damage which is discussed below.

PACKAGING: We take great care in packaging
our clocks for shipment which includes bubble wrap, placing in a box, and then placing in a larger box surrounded by impact
absorbent material. However, we are not responsible, once it is turned over to the carrier. Full Value insurance is required.
In the event of damage due to shipping we will assist
you in all respects even to filing a claim in your behalf.

Buy this magnificent ship’s deck clock Now! Its age, appearance, unusual movement and face
makes it a perfect addition for your desk, mantle or collection




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This Fine Clock Has Been Sold. Thank You!

ANTIQUE SETH THOMAS      
U.S. NAVY DECK CLOCK        No. 1 Ca 1915

 Naval
Observatory Certification
 


Stand Included, A $50 Value



 
A rarely seen example of a very early Seth
Thomas Navy Deck Clock No. 1 with serial number on case in impeccable condition, and one of the most desirable clocks
we have ever offered.
 
Presented
is a pristine Seth Thomas U.S. Navy Deck Clock No. 1, Case Number 11598 in a heavy forged bronze case
with screw on bezel, and Ship’s Lever 8 Day movement, all in exceptional condition.
 
This very early clock has a blackened
brass dial with acid etched Arabic numerals and inscriptions done in silver. Under the winding arbor, “U.S.
NAVY, DECK CLOCK NO. 1and beneath, the highly
sought after Naval Observatory cartouche with hand engraved inscription, a stylized “N” inside a circle and their serial number
6396.
  At the very bottom of the dial appears, Made by Seth Thomas in U.S.A. 
 
The clock features large Roman
numerals with spade style minute and hour hands, seconds bit below the 12 and early form  Fast/Slow lever adjustment
lever above. The classic 6 inch dial  with 8 day jeweled movement is housed within the original forged bronze
case that has a screw-on bezel measuring 7 inches in diameter. The precision, all jeweled movement and
the case have matching numbers. The Lever movement looks brand new and if it was washed with gold. It is
in perfect running condition.

 
Whomever buys this piece of maritime
history and clock maker’s art will have one of the finest and rarest examples in existence.

CONDITION:=left> This example is in as original condition as can be imagined,
keeping good time, and with a nearly un-blemished face. The 8 day Lever movement shows as new. Its age is indicated only by its design and some very minor blemishes, and some repainting of the
hands done years ago.

DIMENSIONS:

6″  Diameter of
Dial                    2
1/2″ Deep
7″   Full Diameter                                       
Weight  4 lbs 10 oz

         Naval Observatory Certification

                            
 Low Number

                        Silver
Numbers

                    Like
New Movement




GUARANTY OF SATISFACTION: We guarantee that this clock will be
working on arrival and that our description is entirely accurate or your money back. The only conditions are that an email
authorization be obtained within three days, and that the instrument is returned in its original condition and packaging,
and insured for its full value. Unfortunately, shipping charges are not included in this offer and are non-refundable. This
does not affect our policy on shipping damage which is discussed below.


PACKAGING:
We take great care in packaging our clocks for shipment
which includes bubble wrap, placing in a box, and then placing in a larger box surrounded by impact absorbent material. However,
we are not responsible, once it is turned over to the carrier. Full Value insurance is required.
In
the event of damage due to shipping we will assist you in all respects even to filing a claim in your behalf.

 

Buy this magnificent ship’s deck clock
Now! Its age, appearance, unusual movement and face makes it a perfect addition for your desk, mantle or collection. 




 

Copyright 2006, Land And Sea Collection, All rights reserved

 

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This Fine Clock Has Been Sold. Thank You!

ANTIQUE U.S. NAVY CHELSEA DECK CLOCK No. 3, Ca 1906

 Naval
Observatory Certification
 


 
 
A rarely seen example of a very early Chelsea Navy Deck Clock
No. 3 with matching serial numbers and a 1906 date of manufacture.
 
Presented is a pristine Chelsea U.S. Navy Deck
Clock No. 3, Serial Number 19368 in a heavy forged brass case with screw on bezel, and Boston 8 Day Model K jeweled movement.
 
This very early clock has
a blackened brass dial with acid etched Arabic numerals and inscriptions in silver. Inside the seconds bit
ring is marked “Boston 8 Day”. Under the winding arbor, “U.S. NAVY, DECK CLOCK
NO. 3
and beneath, the highly sought after Naval Observatory inscription, a stylized
“N” inside a circle and their serial number 1266.
  At the very bottom of the dial appears,
Made by Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 
 
The clock features large
Arabic numerals with moon style minute and hour hands, seconds bit above the 12 and early form  Fast/Slow adjustment
lever above. The classic 6 inch dial  with 8 day jeweled movement is housed within the original forged bronze
case that has a screw-on bezel measuring 7 1/4 inches in diameter. The precision, all jeweled movement and
the case have matching numbers, dating this clock to 1906. The Model K movement was fully serviced by its last
owner, and is in perfect running condition. Whomever wins this piece of maritime history and clock maker’s art will have
one of the best and rarest examples in existence.
 
Andrew Demeter, author of “Chelsea Clock Company,
The First Hundred Years,” 2001, Chelsea, Massachusetts, discusses in detail Navy Deck and Boat clocks beginning on page
210, and pictures an example of this clock on the bottom of page 211.



CONDITION:=left>
 This example is in as original condition as can be imagined,
keeping good time, and with a nearly un-blemished face. The Model K movement shows as recently cleaned. Its age is indicated only by its design and some very minor blemishes, and checking on the case’s lacquer
that was applied some years ago.

DIMENSIONS:

6″  Diameter
of Dial                    2
1/2″ Deep
7 1/4″ Full Diameter