Rare and nearly perfect Seth Thomas transistorized mantel clock. 100% structurally sound. Beautiful workmanship and major attention to detail are evident no matter where you look, from the multifaceted polished aluminum face to the warm wood case to the solid brass legs and top. Definitely on the larger size, with it's iridescent face glimmering from every angle, it could most certainly be the focal point of any MCM home's mantel. C battery movement keeps good time. Battery tray shows some corrosion but it doesn't affect the performance of the clock. We're not sure how many of these were initially produced, but we've never seen another one like it available so for all intents and purposes, it's one in a million!
8" H x 9" W x 3.5" D
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