Seth Thomas, "Parlor Calendar No. 1", C. 1884. Rosewood case is 33" high, 17" wide, generally very nice condition from the bottom to the rounded top where some veneer is lost, and would be unusual if there weren't some loss there. What is surprising is there is no loss on the base and bezels. The top corners of the case have had repairs and the case has been refinished. The dials were repainted without stripping off the old paint. It is fine and only noticeable upon close inspection. An excellent full label on the door is covered with plastic to preserve it. The two old weights look correct, pendulum is a replacement, and hands look correct. It takes a special key to open the door. There is a key with it, but not original to the clock. The signed lyre movement is 8 day, weight, gong strike, and it is running. This is a lot of clock for a low minimum. Ly-Seth Thomas, page 46, Millers "Calendar Clocks", page 11.