Anyone know the model of this Seth Thomas Gallery?

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  1. brian fisher

    brian fisher Registered User

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    I happened accross this one in my ventures. i have been looking around trying to figure out the model. Can anyone help me out?

    it is 18" total diameter. appears to have a 30 day movement?

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  2. Kevin W.

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    Sorry i cant give you more info on your clock. But i really like it. I have a soft spot for Seth Thomas clocks.
     
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    it is an 'office no. 14', 1922

    "thirty day time. mahogany and old oak. 14-inch dial. length 18 inches. width 18 inches. list price $30."
     
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    brian fisher Registered User

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    stellar! thank you bruce. i just did a little looking around on the net and i am surprised to find out how little they have sold for recently-especially considering how uncommon they are compared to say, a number 2.
     
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    well, i prefer weight-driven clocks over a spring-driven, and love visible pendulums... can't speak for anybody else.

    30-day movements are cool, but i also enjoy winding my clocks every week... and i'm too lazy to write down when i last wound the longer-running ones so i end up winding them every week as well. :cool:

    when those movements are in nice shape they're pretty nice.
     
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    Why don't you put a leather strap on it and wear it around your neck Brian. Would get you a lot of attention. :p

    Seriously, that's a very nice gallery clock. Great find.

    DPC
     
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    Flav-a-Flav!!!!
     
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    brian fisher Registered User

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    you actually make a good point about the weighted clock cunundrum. they are definitely my preference as well. in fact, those are the only ones i am running right now with the exception of my ships clocks.
     
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