Small Oak Westminster Chime Longcase Clock (Germany, c. 1920)


Description
A small oak longcase clock in the 18th Century style made at the beginning of the 20th Century. It has a square hood with barley twist side columns, a glazed door and stands on bun feet. It has a brass dial with a silvered chapter ring .The 8 day Westminster chime (Big Ben) movement sounds 1/4's and hours on eight chime bars and has a long wood rod pendulum with a cylindrical brass bob. The maker of the movement was Mathais Bauerle, who was from St. Georgen in the Black Forest region of Germany. The chimes can be silenced leaving it to just strike the hours

Current Condition
The case is in good original condition. Th movement has been fully serviced and is guarnteed for 12 months.If you would like a video clip of this clock ticking chiming please email us.

Dimensions
43.00cm wide   187.00cm high   26.00cm deep (16.93 inches wide  73.62 inches high  10.24 inches deep)

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Price: gbp 1985.00 (Pound Sterling)    Change currency