Seth Thomas "Office No. 6", ca 1909. No doubt made by ST to compete with the poplar store regulators and shop clocks made by the other clock makers.They said in their ad, "Top can be taken off if a plainer case is preferred".The Office No. 6 with the etched top and base was a little fancier than theIngraham or Sessions comparable cases. ST priced their No. 6 to be competitivewith the other company's store regulators. Today the ST No. 6 will sell fortwice as much as the competitions comparable clocks. They also made the sameclock with a simple calendar. This old oak case has the original crusty finish, case is 36" high. Movement is 8 day time only; 12" dial has a little flaking.Runs very strong, has a good label inside, original pendulum. Lacking onlythe brass dial ring to complete the clock. Ly-Seth Thomas No. 473.