Seth Thomas Rosewood No. 1 Regulator, Thomaston, Connecticut, c. 1890, 12-in. Roman numeral painted iron dial with seconds bit, over the blue and gilt decorated tablet reading Regulator in red, a ship scene and pendulum aperture, interior dark blue directions label and white paper beat scale, gilt pendulum rod and embossed brass pendulum bob reading Seth Thomas Clock Co. Plymouth Hollow Ct., early Silas B. Terry-type solid round plate brass, eight-day time-only movement, ht. 34 in.
interior label with little loss, original tablet, dial with little paint loss around the 4 and 5
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