SETH THOMAS
1921 Antique 8 Day
Ships Bell Clock

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IMPORTANT SETH THOMAS SHIP’S BELL 8 DAY CLOCK  No. 66 – 1921

Seth
Thomas has long been noted for its ships clocks and in its early days was the sole provider to the U.S. Navy 

STAND
INCLUDED ~ $50.00 VALUE

Presented is a very rare, vintage, eight
day, 7 Jewel movement, striking bell clock whose design dates to 1921. Its No. 115 movement closely resembles,
and is the equivalent of, Chelsea’s similar design. It is housed in a very heavy, forged bronze case with screw on bezel.

It is in especially fine condition with a near blemish free dial and case which shows some
minor marks. The clock has been recently serviced by a master clock smith, and the movement is keeping good time and
rings ships’ bells in sequence with authority, resonance and a distinctive tone.

It should not be confused with
the lesser quality Mayflower, Helmsman or Corsair models or those with a German movement.


This early version was the top of their line, and
will make a suitable gift or worthy of inclusion in a collection of fine marine clocks

SPECIFICATIONS: Forged bronze
case with screw on, moisture resistant bezel. The six inch face has a five and one half inch viewable area. The silver plated
dial is acid etched and filled in black with Arabic numerals and Copperplate lettering. The precision made 8 day,
No.115 movement with 7 jewels, has a compensated balance wheel and Breguet hairspring.

DIMENSIONS:

Case
max diameter 7 3/4“                     
Bezel  7 3/8“
Dial 6“ visible area 5 1/2“                       Depth 
3 9/16” 
Weight   8 lbs 7 Oz

                A
few casting irregularities
                    3
1/2“  deep forged case
                                      Near perfect dial

CONDITION: The clock is running strong and keeping good time compared
to an accurate quartz watch and is striking the bells each half hour in proper sequence. There are some minor casting irregularities
on the case which are mainly along the flange. The face has one small light smudge over the “6” and
much of the bluing on the hands is faded. Other than these minor marks of age and use, it is in near new condition. The
back of the case shows remnants of nickle plating. Since it is almost 90 rears old, we recommend it be wound about every
four days for best timekeeping.
 

                                   
Strong running 8 day movement & Ship’s Bells

                                     
Adjustment port on back

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 unless
we are at fault. This does not affect our policy on shipping damage which is discussed below.

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Shipping & Packaging

The cost of shipping, packing, handling, and insurance to your destination, will be calculated point to point and is an additional charge. You may email us to get these costs. We price our shipping honestly, but we expect to be reimbursed for the nominal cost of packaging materials and handling.

Our Unconditional 'No Nonsense' Guarantee

If not completely satisfied with your purchase it may be returned, if without damage, within three days of receipt in its original packaging. Return items must be insured for their full value. Only a prior email authorization by us for the return is required. Shipping charges are refundable if due to our error within the continental United States.

International buyers welcome, but inquire first. We have satisfied customers worldwide.

Standard Forms of Payment

Bank wire transfer, cashier’s check, money order, or personal check in which case the item will be held until cleared. Our prices are quoted net to us so that the use of credit cards or PayPal incur extra charges. Terms on overseas sales are different.

Established in 2003

Celebrating 18 Years of Exellence in Nautical Antiques