Seth Thomas Pillar and Scroll Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1825, mahogany scroll-top case with three brass urn finials, painted wood dial with Arabic numerals, raised gilt decoration and two beehives below the center, reverse-painted lower glass of a country house, printed paper maker's label stating in part, Patent Clocks, Invented by Eli Terry./Made and Sold at Plymouth, Connecticut by Seth Thomas, thirty-hour wooden movement with count wheel strike two cast iron weights and pendulum, ht. 32 in.
Clock will tick and strike. Lower tablet has approx. 3 1/2-in corner crack and some paint loss. Losses to label especially in weight channels
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