Ship’s clock fitted with mechanism to strike the time in “Ship’s Bells”, brass, made by Seth Thomas, before 1948

Ship’s clock fitted with mechanism to strike the time in “Ship’s Bells”, brass, made by Seth Thomas, before 1948

Summary

Object No.

H4923

Physical Description

Ship's clock fitted with mechanism to strike the time in "Ship's Bells", brass, made by Seth Thomas, before 1948

Production

Notes

The clock is signed 'SETH THOMAS'.

The factory that made the clock was located in Thomaston, Connecticut, USA.

Source

Credit Line

Purchased 1948

Acquisition Date

8 April, 1948

Cite this Object

Harvard

Ship's clock fitted with mechanism to strike the time in "Ship's Bells", brass, made by Seth Thomas, before 1948 2017, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 23 January 2018, <https://ma.as/241349>

Wikipedia

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This object is currently on display in Store 3 at the Museums Discovery Centre.

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