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Steven, yes that's the address. 16 State Street Hartford, Conn.
No dates printed at the bottom of the label.
All it says is: Steam Elihu and an address in Connecticut.
I saw the weight for this clock in Merritts ,CW-3, but the P-98C I could not find. I will call them Monday to see if they have it....
Thanks you both for your input.
Do you have any idea of the year the clock was made?
I just picked up this weight driven Seth Thomas. I've never owned a weight driven clock.
It appears not too difficult to work on.
Thank you all for your input!
Steven, looking at the back plate more closely, it is a C. H. Paris.
Maybe you may want to reply on my post of this clock in the section What is...
Thanks all for chiming in.
I have a post on the section "What is this clock worth". I hope you go there and snare what you think a fair price is....
Bruce, that's the best I could do.
All I have to identify this clock are the photos attached here. I can not read what's stamped on the back of the movement and the dial...
At Timesavers I only found a pack of 72 winders. There was no other choices.
This Ansonia mantel? clock is about 2.5" in diameter and the case is about 7.5" by 2.75".
The case is metal and may be cast aluminum.
Thank you all.
I, unfortunate, don't have access to the movement of the clock in question and would have to drive an hour to see it in person.
The lady selling this clock has no idea who the clock maker is.
Before I end up driving an hour I hope someone can tell me that it is not...
Thanks, Willie X
Thank you both for you replies!!!
These are all the pictures I have of the clock. I hope it's enough to identify it.
It appears to be brass.
I can not make out the name of...
Thanks for the chart tarant.
A 1909, huh! I thought it was from the 20's. Great.
Here is a picture showing that number. 2117266