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Seth Thomas Jeweler's Advertising Regulator "S. Kind & Sons * 1110 Chestnut Street Philadelphia"
Seth Thomas Jeweler's Advertising Regulator marked "S. Kind & Sons * 1110 Chestnut Street" in Philadelphia,Pa. Circa 1915 !!! AKA Goldsky's Store from 1872 to 1938.
Dramatically Reverse Painted Black with Gold Foil Lettering Advertising a Jeweler, Silversmith, and also a Diamond Merchant Store. Original Seth Thomas Painted Metal Dial with some number fading from cleaning. Original Double Marked Seth Thomas "Logos & 123E" on this Eight Day Brass Movement which has been Cleaned, Oiled and Serviced April of 2016. Movement also has a Vienna Stop Gear for Spring protection.
Measures : Overall inches 31 High, 15 1/2 inches Wide, and 6 inches Deep at Top Cornice.
Satisfaction Guaranteed for a 7 day Inspection Period for all my 8 day clock movements with a "No questions asked Full item Refund". (shipping fees not refundable)
Shipping : Shipping out on First Business Day following a Sunday, due to the clock is currently on display in a "Sundays Only Antique Mall" in Adamstown,Pa.
Historical Notes : There is extant a book written about this family business as follows ;
Title : "S. Kind & Sons. Corporate history, 1872-1938" By : Joseph W. Halberstadt for S. Kind & Sons.
See a copy of one of their old "Jewelry Store Newspaper Advertisements" in the last photo image. (3 different paper copies are also included with this clock)
Provenance ; I purchased this clock from a lifelong Friend & Neighbor who grew up next to the Kind's Family home.
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Frank Harchuska, Palmyra, PA
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