Mechanical – 8-day movement– half-hourly striking mechanism on bell
Large Frisian notary clock from the second period of 1900. The cock works well and chimes every half hour by means of a fresh sounding bell strike.
The piece is practically undamaged and in good used condition. The dial is hand-painted, richly decorated with various bronze ornaments, and also has a moon indication. On top of the clock, there is a fine bronze sculpture group. The tail and head are removable.
The piece is approx. 140 cm high, 42 cm wide and 20 cm deep.
Given the fragility of clocks, pick-up in Almelo (the Netherlands) is preferred. The clock can also be sent insured worldwide, in which case it will be packaged carefully. All of our clocks are sold with running and striking warranty, unless specified otherwise. The shown images are part of the lot description.
|Member since:||October 25, 2016|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Greta seller and very nice person!!!
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Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Sehr gute Verpackung, keine Beschädigung.
Würde bei diesen Händler sofort wieder einkaufen.
Clock arrived safely today .Well packed. Clock is not from the 1930's it is almost new ( uses metric threads ) but a nice addition to my collection anyway .Perhaps you could give me a good feedback al
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Alles OK!
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|United Kingdom||$ 49.32|
|United States||$ 146.78|
|Rest of Europe||$ 58.71|
|Rest of the World||$ 146.78|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Almelo (Overijssel), Netherlands.
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