A classic U.S. Navy ship’s Wardroom clock
which keeps excellent time, and is in outstanding original condition all around!
Presented is a Seth Thomas U.S.
Navy clock that was typically mounted on a bulkhead, on a ship’s bridge, quarter deck, or in a wardroom.
It has a 6″ silvered brass dial, a 5 1/2” viewing area with Arabic numerals, and is housed
in a heavy, forged, nickel plated bronze case. The case is fitted with a hinged right opening bezel.
It is of pre World War Two vintage. The black spade hands are over a very large second’s dial which is
in place of the numeral six. “Made by Seth Thomas in U.S.A.”, is below the large seconds dial. A lever type fast/slow
regulator is near the 9 position.
The movement is a Lever No. 6, 11-jeweled, 8 day time-only movement, that was
especially made to compete with Chelsea. It is running well. The stand shown is included.
CONDITION: This example is in like
new original condition. The face is in excellent condition as is the nickel plating. The clock was recently
serviced and it keeps excellent time. A key is included.
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