Mechanical – eight-day movement – half-hourly and hourly striking mechanism on Cymbal gong
|Age:||First half 20th century|
|Condition:||Overall in fairly good condition|
Straight from Grandpa's attic: a very attractive and no less than108 cm long wall regulator clock with Thomas Ernst Haller Schwenningen movement. This nice clock dates from the period 1925/1929.
The Thomas E. Haller regulator movement of this truly beautiful clock runs correctly and has a beautiful truly penetrating gong strike every half and full hour on a thick, steel-blue Cymbal gong. (See photo 12).
The enamel dial, with the beautiful, original hand-sawed hands, is in undamaged condition. The original key for the movement is included as well (photo 18).
The lovely enamel plate at the bottom of the clock case, which indicates the swing of the pendulum, is entirely intact as well.
The beautiful clock case needs some attention, because a small piece of wood is missing on the right side of the clock case, above the window. But this can be repaired very easily by any clock enthusiast/hobbyist.
I think that the top piece which is currently on the clock is not original, although this is not disturbing. The top-shaped ornaments are original, I am not sure of the oak wood horse.
Some enthusiasts of these types of clocks find that the clock sometimes looks better without the top piece, this is entirely up to you.
Total length (height): 108 cm.
Largest width: 37 cm.
Depth, from the wall to the front of the clock: 19 cm.
Weight of the clock falls in the category 10 to 30 kg.
Pick-up at my home in Amerongen (the Netherlands) is preferred.
In case of shipping, the clock will be shipped well-packaged, by PostNL, with track & trace.
|Member since:||January 4, 2015|
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|United Kingdom||$ 64.53|
|United States||$ 146.65|
|Rest of Europe||$ 70.39|
|Rest of the World||$ 146.65|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Amerongen, Netherlands.
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