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219.           $15

Seth Thomas “Kenbury” Model E705-03, ca. 1940?  In 1931 Seth Thomas became a division of General Time Instruments Corp.  This clock was made some time thereafter; it is not listed in Ly’s two volumes on Seth Thomas clocks.  The mahogany tambour case is 15.5 inches wide and 8.5 inches tall with a convex dial glass and a painted metal dial with gold trim and hands.  The dial is signed.  The time-strike-chime movement (No. 124) is running, striking on the hours, and playing Westminster chimes on the quarter-hours on four rods.  The tone is sweet.  There is an instruction label on the inside back door.  $15–$50.

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