Johann Conrad Felsing was originally born as Johann Conrad Voelzing, the clockmaker changed his name to
Johann Conrad Felsing upon moving to Berlin. He was born in the
Black Forest, where the family Voeltzing had produced clocks since 1733. In
Berlin, Fesling founded his own company Conrad Felsing, which was soon
appointed court clockmaker. In 1847 Felsing became a member of the guild. His son Albert Karl Julius Felsing later took over the
company located at 24 Unter den Linden, Berlin. Conrad Felsing was the clockmaker to Kaiser Wilhelm
(King Wilhelm). He was made a Knight of the (Prussian) "Kronenordens IV. Klasse." He donated (among other things) the "large 8-day-going tower
clock in the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in Berlin. This clock was made and retailed by Conrad Felsing using a Lenzkirch 2-weight movement.
It is the best of the best. This clock ships from Michigan. We ship worldwide however, pickup
is highly recommended if possible. Delivery to the NAWCC National is also possible.
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$9,500.00 plus PH&S