C.1909, Seth Thomas, Thomaston, Conn, "Regulator No. 30 ", in oak, in excellent original condition. Seth Thomas wall regulators have experienced one of the greatest run ups in value of any group of clocks, and the pleasant appearance of this model is one of the reasons. Details on this clock may be found in Tran Ly's book Seth Thomas Clocks and Movements, (1996), page137. The movement is the same 80 beat unit used in the Regulator No. 2. The golden oak case has been rubbed to a high sheen, and the movement cleaned and re-cabled. Original weight and damascene pendulum (some design a bit light). Ready to enjoy. Height 49"