Seth Thomas German Movement Mantel Clock

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 24, 2007
  • Channel: Auction House

I don't know much about clocks so I'll let this clock speak for it'self. I'll give you all the names & numbers on it and you'll need to look at the pictures

Seth Thomas (stated on clock face)

On outside back door (hinges are secure)


MODEL NO E531-000



on inside of door you will find the directions for

8 Day Keywound Clocks


Number given on bottom of directions: E899-156 Iss 3

Also has the number 6001 stamped on it

On the back of the movement you will find




A - 205 - 000


The piece that holds the pendulum on is included by needs replacing

Someone has put a piece of masking tape on inside bottom of

case and written on it June 1960. Perhaps it was service then

8 or B W2X49 is stamped on inside bottom of wood case

Mahogany ( ? ) case. I guess it's called Camel Back. In very good condition. Metal around glass has some oxidation Hinges are secure

Has a base of 16.75 X 4 inches. Measures 8.15 inches tall.

I don't have the key for it.

This item will have a 5 pound plus shipping weight and will be mailed from 84124. Postage amount will depend on your zipcode. $1.50 will be added for packaging materials/delivery confirmation. Insurance of $1.65 is optional, but suggested. I can't be responsible for a package once it leaves my hands.

Some of my buyers have been complaining about my shipping charges & shipping time, so I will explain them further.
First of all USPS has recently had an increase. I have no control over that.
I charge my customers actual shipping amounts + $1.50 for fees - delivery confirmation - packaging materials. I do use bubble wrap & foam peanuts for all breakables. Books and other items that aren't breakable are also packed well. I've never had a complaint about my packaging.
I always recommend insurance ($1.65 for items $50.00 or less) as I have no control over the package once it leaves my hands, but that is also an option.
I give my customers a choice of Priority or Parcel Post (this gives you the option of paying a lesser shipping amount if your not in a hurry for you item to arrive). I always use flat rate priority if the item is able to fit into one of the flat rate boxes and the weight of the item makes this a more economical choice..
With books and other items that can go media rate I give you that option, but priority mail is available if wanted.
If you feel that my packaging/handling fees are unfair please don't bid or contact me before bidding. I will give you postage amounts before hand.
In regards to shipping time - I ship all items the day they are paid for (if paid for in the morning) or the next day if they are paid for later in the day. I have no control over the time they take once they are shipped. Priority usually takes 2-3 days. Parcel Post up to 10 days. Media rate up to 10 days or more.