See description, both clock have a small defect
Clock 1. Regulator
Early 20th century with a clear, heavy gong strike every half and full hour.
The clock has some signs of wear but is still in very good condition for its age.
Was running and striking perfectly until I attached the pendulum at an angle a few days ago and the spring broke.
The movement is an old type, which I am not familiar with. this means I have no idea which pendulum spring to buy.
The clock measures 425 mm x 680 mm and the dial has a diameter of 160 mm.
Comes with an old, antique key and the pendulum with A (Avant - forward) and R (Retour - back)
The would is dark walnut. Also has glass on the sides for a nice overlook.
The photos are part of the description.
2. Wall clock GB Silesië (Gustav Becker)
This clock is still very nice, despite being from the first period of the 20th century. Gustav Becker stopped producing under this name in 1938.
The clock runs well and has a good gong strike. Hanging it precisely balanced does take the patience of an angel and a couple of days of changing it mm by mm to get the correct balance.
This wall clock is approximagely 400 mm x 250 mm. The key is missing.
The bottom door has a lovely decoration on the glass plate and the ornaments still shine as before.
The problem of this clock is this beautiful door. It has a loose hinge. It needs a restorer who can repair this hinge.
The indicators on this clock are K.P 48. Please see the photos, who are all part of the description.
|Member since:||May 16, 2016|
The seller will ship the item(s) within 3 working days after receiving confirmation of payment.
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|United States||$ 105.68|
|United Kingdom||$ 29.36|
|Rest of Europe||$ 41.10|
|Anywhere else||$ 105.68|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Deurne, Netherlands.
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