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Discussion in 'Your Newest Clock Acquisition' started by Swamper181, May 19, 2019.
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Seth thomas, maybe the World model.
Seth Thomas made two long drop regulators in this era. They were the World and the Globe. The World was the better model with a seconds bit. I don't believe they had any strike feature and the double wind would make it a 15 or 30 day movement. Very nice find, especially with the documentation.
From the limited pictures, I don't believe it's a time and strike. I believe it's a double wind 15 or 30 day movement?
Any markings on the dial?
Any markings on the works?
I ain't no Peganaut expert, but sort of looks like variant of the "Regina" which shared a 15 day double wind movement with the "Moncton".
What say you Canadian clock collectors??
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Scroll down to posting 39.
Here's the pic:
Here is one like it at the Canadian Clock Museum in Deep River Ontario. Seth Thomas double wind 15-day clock.
Interesting the op,s clock dial is not marked but it might be a replacement. But its a Seth Thomas, dual wind, time only. I sent a pm to the op a while back and informed him what he had.