This is one of, if not the rarest clock offered for sale anywhere on the internet today. Click the more info button for details.
Just take a look at this Massive Gustav Becker Balcony Freeswinger Wall Clock.
It is 50 inches high and 20 inches wide. This is an investment grade clock. This clock will only go
up in value. Dealers in Europe estimates place the value at over 10,000 Euro. This clock ships from Michigan. We ship worldwide, pickup
is highly recommended if possible. This is only the second one of these we have ever found. The case is dark oak and is decorated with many pieces of bronze. Do not miss out on it.
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$7,850 plus PH&S
German wall clock signed "UNAG" which stands for Urhenfabrik Neustadt AG (Stock holder Corporation for clock manufacturing Neustadt).
The oak case is in fabulous condition and has lot of brass decorations and carvings. Just look at the detail of the shingles on the roof. It has a classic solid brass
plate German movement typical for 1880's that runs 8-days plus and strikes the hour and half hour.
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This Lenzkirch model 22 single weight Vienna Regulator is in a Biedermeier style case. The rosewood veneer has a wonderful dark patina
that only comes from years of age. Very low serial number 36,106 dates this clock to 1857. That makes it 160 years old. This clock is in faboulous condition
for it's age and still retains the original carved head piece. The finials are copies of original Lenzkirch finials. This model clock is not often found. I
have only seen a couple this model in over 35 years collecting Lenzkirch clocks. I love the style of the hands. This is the very earliest style hands that
Lenzkirch used. Do not miss this oportunity to have a very rare Lenzkirch Vienna Regulator. This clock ships from Tennessee and is priced to sell.
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.
German Freeswinger with Hunter Motif by Carl Werner. This would look great in a Hunting Lodge or a simple cabin in the woods. There were not many
of these made and each one is unique. All of the antlers are real. There is also 2 medallions made from antler that are hand carved. Look under the dial and the bottom
center. This clock has an 8-day German movement and strikes the hour and half hour on a rod gong. This is the perfect clock for that outdoorsman who loves to hunt.