Johann Conrad Felsing, 24 Unter den Linden, Berlin, 1827 - 1901 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.
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1-Weight 30-Day running Vienna Regulator. Very simple late Biedermeier style case would blend easily in most
any decor. Walnut case is in very good condition and the movement runs flawlessly as one would expect from a fine quality Vienna Regulator.
What a beautiful clock. Everyone who see it in person falls in love with it. The ebony case and brass decorations
are very tastefully done. Just gives it the opulent look and not gaudy. The black dial is very unusual too and make makes the numbers really
stand out. The 30-day movement although unsigned is of the highest quality. The pendulum rod is flanked by metal rods set in brass holders.
If you have the right decor this could be the final piece that you need to complete a room. Make a statement with this beautiful ebony Vienna
Regulator. You will not find another one so do not let this one get away.
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This clock is truly a masterpiece. It is a Viennese table clock and strikes Grand Sonnerie
just like a 3-weight Vienna Regulator. Then it plays music on the hour or on demand by pulling the string. This type of clock
was often built by apprentices to prove to the Master Clockmaker they were working under to gain their freedom. Building a clock
like this proved they had mastered all the skills necessary and were ready to be a clockmaker on their own. This clock
incorporates many disciplines, gold and silver plating, complicated striking mechanisms and the complication of adding a music
box. These were very expensive clocks at the time. The master would sell the clock under their name and the money would pay for
the apprentice’s freedom.
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Beautiful Alt Deutsche Style Vienna Regulator with a month going movement. Brass and pewter inlay case with flowers, leaves and vines. Very ornate!
Maybe 1 in 5000 Viennas had an inlayed case. Do not miss this opportunity to have a very rare
30-Day 1-weight Vienna Regulator.
Beautiful Gothic Style month running Vienna Regulator with metal head piece. Rosewood case
beautifully adorned with gothic carvings. Signed dial is not ledgable. Some wear to the seconds bit. Click the "See More" button for more information.
Gustav Becker Railway Station clock. These simple style heave duty oak cases with 30-day movements
were popular the train stations across Europe in the last quarter of the 19th century. Gustav Becker won a contract with several
governments to provide clocks for the train stations. Today the simple decor would just blend in with most any modern setting.
Unlike the more ornate clock that look out of place in a lot of homes. The movements in these clocks were also heavier than normal.
When I first heard about these clock years ago I looked for one a long time and never found one. They appeal not only to the
clock collector but also to train enthusiasts and Gustav Becker fans. This clock ships from Michigan and is very reasonably priced.
This is a Very RARE 2-weight Vienna Regulator. Notice there are no winding holes in the dial.
The bottom finial on the clock is hindged. When you open the finial by folding it forward, there are 2 strings inside. The clock is
wound by pulling the strings which in turn wind up the weights. This is the only one any of us have ever seen. Click the "See More" button
for more information.
Gustav Becker 3-Weight Vienna in early Art Nouveau Style. Not over the top styling like the later Art Nouveau
clock had. The dial center, weights, and pendulum are all gold plated and are decorated with flowers, a butterfly, and birds. The
clocks strikes Grand Sonnerie every 15 minutes it tells you the quarter hour and the hour. Click the See More button to learn more about this clock.
30-Day Vienna regulator with calendar ribbon. This was in innovative method of displaying the date
without the need for any additional mechanics added to the movement. A simple pointer measures the weight drop per day and points to the date.
Just be sure to always wind your clock on the first of the month. Click the "See More" button below for details.
This clock ships from Michigan. We ship worldwide.
Very Rare 1-weight Vienna Regulator with Spring powered Grand Sonnerie Strike works. This is another very rare Vienna Regulator. It is the only one
I have ever seen that has grand sonnerie strike with only one strike train. You find lots of Viennas with 1 weight and two springs but you will not find
another like this. Serpentine style case with nice carving and ebony trim with original headpiece. More pictures coming soon.
$2,500 Plus PH&S
Unsigned 2-weight Vienna Regulator. This is an excellent
example of classic Vienna Baroque style with a rare double door case. Most are single doors. This clock is all original and has matching
engraving on the dial, weights, and pendulum. The pendulum also has a faux grid iron twisted rods decorating the stick. This is a fabulous piece and has to be
the best 2-weight Baroque I have seen in many many years. Click the "See More" button for additional pictures and more detail information.
$2,500 Plus PH&S Click the "See More" button to learn more about this clock.
Super nice 1-weight 30-day Vienna Regulator with dial signed K. Kotting, V. Karline in a light color French walnut case and features a remote seconds bit.
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It is a bargain at this price.