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antique clock value. I have a wall clock which was used in

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antique clock value. I have a wall clock which was used in a store. It is all oak cabinet, 8 day movement, seth thomas, the pendlum is a tubular shaped brass weight . Many years ago we bought it in Stroudsburg, PA. it has a small cabinet under the main body of the clock in which the pendlum resides. It keeps good time and is in excellent condition. Could you give me an approx. value? Thanks. Barry

Sure. I am happy to help but an image would be important to narrow exactly what model you have. Do you have any to share? I suspect it is unmarked as to a maker as you havent mentioned that..not unusual or does it impact the value greatly if it is in good condiiton. Dori

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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
I have an antique "store" clock. It is a Seth Thomas eight day wind up clock, and on the back it has a guarantee sticker- yellowed with age, and on the bottom of the sticker it has a model number 432-c followed by the serial number 4212 stamped on it. I bought it about 30 years ago in Stroudsberg, PA would you please give me a ballpark estimate of what it is worth? Thanks. Barry
This is a bit harder without an image as even subscription databases and auction data rarely details the model number in their information and the case is key to narrowing which model you have. Is this a broken pediment style, octagonal or oval face, rectangular? what is the size in general? This would help greatly to bring the value tighter. These do have a market value in the range ofNNN-NN-NNNN00 (USD) but this is a wide range for your to work with. Dori
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