Dating a seth thomas clock
An interesting feature of this clock is that it can be regulated without stopping it.
The last picture is one I found online and is basically the same clock, but with the decorations still intact. Sessions Westminster Chime & Strike clock, mid 1920's.
A total of three different embossed patterns were offered as part of the Camden series.
All were 8-day in oak cases with alarms as an extra cost option.
Like the New Haven clock above, this one uses the strike train for both hours and halves.A website on Jerome clocks identifies the movement as a type 1.211.These are numbers given by collectors to identify variations in the movements, and would not have been used by the manufacturer. Remarkably, much of the label is intact and readable.The back of the clock has many holes from wall mounting and I used some to wall mount it.It is a weight-drive clock and needs a stable place to operate.