HORTON'S ANTIQUE CLOCKS JULY 2019
Seth Thomas “Engine Lever No. 4”, ca. 1947. An 8-day double-spring lever movement housed in a black bakelite case with a brass bezel and flat glass, 7.75 inches in diameter with a 5.5-inch off-white dial. The catalog describes it as “An unusually durable clock built especially for marine service” (Ly, Seth Thomas Vol 2, page 775). The hinged bezel has a cork seal and a thumbscrew fastener. The clock is running and keeping time. We don’t see this later model very often. $150-$250.