Below is a picture of a Seth Thomas single weight time only clock that not only keep time, but when set up properly will let you k no ow the day of the to the week. I have no idea of when it was made or any info on it.
Salsagev, thanks for compliment. I pretty much have known in the back of my mind this clock was more than likely a product on the company that bought the Seth Thomas name and produces clocks today. But I have not been able to find out anything about it anywhere in the archives here or anywhere on the net. It is a fairly recent addition and I knew it had been recently serviced, so I have not even pulled the dial plate off to look at the movement. I have seen discussions here of there are some companies that make pretty decent weight driven movements used in more modern clocks. Any way it is a different concept piece that caught my eye.
Found a sale listing online for a clock like mine this morning on FB. Seller stated clock was made 1972, and was had an asking price of $200. This is the only info I will have been able to find on this. Clock.