American Help to ID this Seth Thomas

f.webster

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This treasure's face says it is a Seth Thomas; however, I can't find it in any book I have. It looks like a "kitchen" clock. It doesn't appear as any of the "city" clocks. I thought it was interesting that this oak case has stamped brass details.

Anyone have a clue... or an answer to this quest?

Thanks for your inputs and wise counsel.

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owen.or

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Tran Duy Ly shows this clock in his Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements Third Edition Volume 2 on page 678. It is part of a six clock group called the "Metals Series". The clock you have posted is the "Metals No.3". The clocks are dated c.1900. They were likely produced for at least a few years before and after that year. David, Owen.or
 

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