156.           $100

Seth Thomas 30-hour OG, ca. 1850.  A 26-inch case in birdseye maple with mahogany trim – just beautiful – I don’t want to hear anyone saying, “It’s just an OG”.  These were the workhorse clocks of the late 1800’s.  Both glasses are period and likely original; the tablet is a “View of Cairo Junction of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers”, as printed on the backside of the image.  The contoured metal dial has been touched up extensively and could stand to be replaced.  The hands are correct, the 30-hour time-and-strike brass movement is signed “Plymouth Hollow”, is clean as a whistle, and is running, driven by two iron weights.  There is a decent paper label inside with a Plymouth Hollow location.  A beautiful classic.  $100-$200.


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Antique American Clocks                     January 2023

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Here's an easy way to keep track of your favorite clocks:  Open/download the Bid Form PDF onto your computer (it should open in a new window) and type in the clocks you want to save.  Right click to 'save as', or click the download arrow in the top right corner of your browser window, and you can save the filled-in form on your computer - I recommend your desktop.  It will be easy to find and you can open it any time to add or subtract clocks from the list.  When you are ready to go, your bid form will be too! 


Antique American Clocks - What's not to like?