The fourth and final patent of March 1, 1862 is carried on most of their calendar clocks manufactured until 1875 or 1876. Andrews, Jr., a Thomas relative and workman in the factory, received a patent on an improved mechanism.
This was put into production and utilized on all later perpetual calendar clocks until the last model was dropped in 1917.
Plymouth Hollow, Connecticut(After 1865) Thomaston, Connecticut The Seth Thomas Clock Company was organized as a joint stock corporation on May 3, 1853 to succeed the earlier clock making operation of the founder.
After Thomas’ death in 1859, his son Aaron became President and began to add new products to a conservative line.
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Please view the photos for additional information and email me if you have questions. The dial is attached to the wood dial surround not to the movement as in later 19s.
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The fine quality gold leaf and reverse painted glasses are signed by the artist, Tom Moberg. The average variation from mean time during the month was 8.9 seconds. The clock has the features of the very early Seth 19s.
Between 18 Seth Thomas manufactured a line of jeweled pocket watches.
Most of the tooling for the watch factory was built using the production facilities of the Seth Thomas clock factory.
The highly carved and beautifully finished mahogany case is 91" tall, 30" wide and 10" deep. The glass jars of the pendulum have lead shot instead of mercury but mercury could be substituted to provide the temperature compensation of the original pendulums. Click on the title above the photo to see many high resolution images. The simple delicate Shaker lines of the clock are beautifully complemented by the vertical figured grain of the mahogany door. The 7" dial is marked Foster Campos Pembroke, Mass. The workmanship, as with all Campos clocks, is superb. Matching serial number 105903 on wood back and movement dates the clock to 1916. The brass rope front, mahogany case is 15 1/2" tall. Click on the title above the photo to see many high resolution images. Click on the title above the photo to see many high resolution images. The frame fronts are black with stenciled decoration. The clock is ready to become a family heirloom for generations to come. Click on the title above the photo to see many high resolution images. and has the trademark pine tree outside the minute ring.
This fine quality reproduction is a compelling alternative at a tiny fraction of the price. The 4 jar mercury pendulum is in the style of the original Howard pendulum but is a reproduction. The fine quality nautical theme reverse painted glasses are signed by the artist, Tom Moberg. The 8 day weight driven movement has been serviced. Click on the title above the photo to see many high resolution images. The solid mahogany case is 33 1/2" tall, 10" wide and 4 1/2" deep. The 8 day weight driven movement keeps excellent time. Click on the title above the photo to see many high resolution images. The dial is in amazing untouched original condition. The pendulum is original with original gilding in age appropriate condition. The movement, which is stamped 19 & 255, has been serviced and the clock is keeping excellent time. Click on the title above the photo to see many high resolution images. #22-84 stamped on the clock dates the clock to 1984. Item ID: 2046 - Chelsea 4 1/2" Wardroom Clock for Tiffany & Co. Item ID: 2058 - Foster Campos Miniature Wall Hanging Pillar & Scroll Clock. Item ID 2062 - Michael Paul Miniature New Hampshire Mirror Clock - The superb case with fine brass finials and reverse painted glass is only 15" tall with a 2 1/4" dial. The clock case is only 7 3/4" tall with a 2 1/2" dial. Amazingly, the clock has a miniature wagon spring movement that runs for 30 hours. Item ID: 2056 - Foster Campos Stenciled Front Banjo Clock - A very rare Campos banjo clock. ID: 1259 - This is a superb quality Foster Campos Gold Front Banjo Clock. This is a truly exceptional clock that is in perfect condition. The superbly hand carved, 40" tall, mahogany case is a very fine reproduction of a ca. The 7 1/4" dial is signed Foster Campos, Pembroke, Mass.