Early Antique WW1 Era Seth Thomas Deck Clock
Authentic working World War I era antique ship’s deck clock made for the U.S. Navy by the Seth Thomas clock company. The white enamel dial is marked “SETH THOMAS” in the top center. The winding mechanism is accessed in the front at the Roman numeral number 4. This is a rare and old clock which is very heavy.
This clock has a classic flared ship’s clock bezel which lifts off when the button is depressed from the main body of the clock. This would attach to a mounting bracket piece of wood via the two holes on the back flange. Currently working well and although the key is missing it can be wound up using a number 6 key which was used to test it. This item has recently been serviced and tested.
This would make a great birthday gift, man cave gift or housewarming gift or WW1 Naval clock collection.
Clock measures 6.5" in diameter by 2.5" deep and weighs 6lb 4oz.
In good condition and ready to display (please see all photographs for the description).
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