Seth Thomas "Office Calendar No. 3", ca 1863, called the "Peanut" by today's collectors. The catalog pictures show the time dial with and without a recess in the center. I have had them both ways. All "Peanuts" were made early in the calendar clock production years and used the Mix Brothers patent calendar mechanism. Peanuts also used the ST hands, S on the minute hand and T on the hour hand. The old original zinc dials have been repainted, which 99% of them have been. 24-inch walnut veneer case is near perfect, and has a good black label on the door. Round Seth Thomas movement runs 8 days, and was apparently only used in the "Peanut" clock. I owned this clock for 20years, sold it to another collector, and recently bought his collection of120 clocks. This is a clock anyone would be proud to own, all original and running. Ly-Seth Thomas No.57-60; and Ly-Calendar No.599-601.