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AN AMERICAN SCHOOL HOUSE REGULATOR WALL CLOCK,
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AN AMERICAN SCHOOL HOUSE REGULATOR WALL CLOCK, Ansonia and Seth Thomas Clock Co., c. 1885, with Ansonia time/strike brass movement in Seth Thomas octagonal/short-drop...

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