Seth Thomas Clock Co., "Regulator No. 6", C. 1884. This is a really fine clock that retains the original finish with some crazing, burl walnut appropriately used on the top and base. It stands 49" high, has no repairs or new wood, and other than some minor nicks made by Bubba when he moved the clock, it is as nice and original as we ever see. It should please some Seth Thomas collector. The movement is 8 day, weight driven, time only, and runs beautifully. It is the same movement that is used in the Reg. No. 2, with strong well finished plates that is secured to an iron bracket. It has Graham dead beat escapement, 80 beats to the minute, has maintaining power. All brass accessories include the pendulum ball, weight, pulley, locks, and bezel. The beat scale is nickel. Typical of ST regulators the dial has been repainted with a seconds dial and the ST logo. On the inside base is a good black label. We previously owned this clock and a couple of other No. 6's back when they were bringing around $3000, now we find them selling for $4000 and up. Ly-Seth Thomas #391.