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07/15/09 at 07:11:28
 
does anyone know anything about a seth thomas sharon-7W steeple clock? i have one in perfect condition. how much is it worth?any guesses.? I have to sell it to help pay for my mother's estate bills. anyone want to buy?
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Re: seth thomas sharon-7W
Reply #1 - 07/15/09 at 08:47:01
 
Book values for clocks are for mint or near mint condition. There is no one price fits all. The movement or mechanism  must be evaluated for condition as well as the case.
My suggestion is to check Ebay for this clock and get an idea of what people are asking for them.
Most of the time it comes down to what someone is willing to pay .
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Reply #2 - 07/15/09 at 14:03:59
 
I have a Sharon Model 7W clock that cost me about $50. I have seen others for sale at clock marts for similar prices or perhaps a little more. The electric version might be worth even less. I don't know what yours is worth. We don't give appraisals on this site. They are relatively recent clocks—mine is stamped 1948—and not as valuable as most antique steeple clocks. I think the styling is attractive on the Sharon clock, so it makes it a good buy for the beginning collector.
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