Seth Thomas "Regulator No. 9", ca 1884. This was a very poplar case style for the Seth Thomas Company. They put their calendar movement in the bottom and called it the Office Calendar No. 12, and they sold the No. 9 cases and movements to the Self Winding Clock Co., who added their winding attachmentand other parts. This walnut case is 48" high, clean, polished, and in verynice condition. The movement is 8 day weight driven, time only. Painted zincdial is 10 inches. Brass weight, pendulum bob, dial ring, beat scale, allclean and polished. There are no deficiencies or problems that we need tomention. Very nice clock. Ly-Seth Thomas No. 403.