Please identify this Seth Thomas clock

rvaron

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I hope someone will be able to identify my Seth Thomas clock....I have been unable to locate what model it is. Also most important....Does this clock have a gong or a bell ??...our clock repairman needs to know ASAP
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Tom Kloss

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rvaron said:
I hope someone will be able to identify my Seth Thomas clock....I have been unable to locate what model it is. Also most important....Does this clock have a gong or a bell ??...our clock repairman needs to know ASAP
Thank you
It would be helpful to have a picture.

Tom

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clocks4u

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It is the Hotel model.....and VERY! desirable.
 

Bob W.

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It's the Hotel model. It has a quarter hour/hour striking movement. See Tran's Seth Thomas 3rd Ed., Vol 2, page 728.

BOB
 

inbeat

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You will notice that the link provided by Clockjim shows the later movement for this clock while the picture shown originally is of the earlier movement. Both movements are the same as in the striking World, Striking Queen Anne (with large movment) and striking Umbria only with different (drop) escape wheel.
 

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