Very Fine "Pennsylvania Railroad" Seth Thomas No. 2 Regulator, in a Quarter-Sawn Golden Oak Case Circa 1929 !
An Affordable Piece of Pennsylvania Railroad History.
Seth Thomas made this Model No. 2 in a 36 1/2 inch long case with the Pyramidal 1 piece bottom in 1922 up to 1929, and started using Standard Arabic Numerals in 1929. Railroads demanded Arabic Numbered dials which were Special Ordered as Optional before this later 1929 standard issue dial.
Has 3 Railroad Provenance Verifiers ; The "P.R.R. 4582" is stencil painted on the Dial and also Die Stamped into the edge of the wood Case. Also inside the right side of the case it has a pasted Printed Paper Label marked "Pennsylvania Railroad * Instruction for Putting Up the Clock" also seen in the photos. Bottom floor of case also has a complete "Seth Thomas Factory Paper Label".
Has the round nut on the Hand Shaft and 4 Long Screw Bolts holding the movement onto the cast iron Mounting bracket. Trapezoidal Brass Plates with the marked "77-A" Seth Thomas with the "Circled S/T inside the Diamond Logo". Movement has already been Cleaned, Re-oiled with Beat Set on 2-28-19. The original Zinc Dial has lots of "Fine Crackle" with normal paint chips & popping around the outside mounting screws.
Measures Standard Size : Overall 36 1/2 inches Long, 15 3/4 inches Wide at Wood Bezel Door, and is 5 1/2 inches Deep.
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