Help identifying Seth Thomas parlour clock

Rockin Ronnie

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Help me identify this Seth Thomas mantel/parlour clock. The 8-day movement is marked and has a 3 5/8 stamp on the lower left of the backplate. I understand that ST used this movement from 1890 to 1902 from what research I have done but I cannot identify the model. The glass bezel is incorrect for the clock and the dial might even be a replacement. Just picked this up today. The movement is worn and dirty, doesn't run, but everything is intact.

Ron
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Rockin Ronnie

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I looked at all the Seth Thomas cabinet clocks I could find and there was no match but the mystery is solved.

It is a marriage of a Waterbury "Wren" cabinet (thanks Willie X for the search term) with a Seth Thomas 8-day T&S movement. The dial and bezel are not original to the case. The back panel is a newer piece of plywood and the label is missing (of course!).

Ron
 

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