Can anyone identify this Seth Thomas chimer with 124 movement please?

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  1. R. Croswell

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    Trying to identify this Seth Thomas Westminster chime clock. It has a ST 124 movement that's original. I think the case may have been refinished. It has been in the same family for 90+ years.
    Thanks

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    Looks like it matches a chime clock No. 93 illustration on page 172 of Tran's Seth Thomas book R.C. Circa 1923 H 9 1/2" Base 20 1/4" Width 20 1/2" 5-inch dial
     
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    It does indeed. Thanks much.

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    De nada. Glad I was finally able to help you for a change. :)
     
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