Emilian Wehrle Four Horn Trumpeter Mantel Clock, G

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Emilian Wehrle Four Horn Trumpeter Mantel Clock, Germany, c. 1860, the burl walnut veneered case with pierced Gothic crest, turned dial with raised Roman numerals, fluted pilasters flanking the entrance door for the emerging trumpeter and two stage molded base, eight-day spring powered timepiece movement with pendulum and spring powered movement to activate a single bellow mounted above, wooden pin barrel and four brass trumpets, on the hour a trumpet hunting song plays while doors open and a red-coated trumpeter appears, ht. 34 1/2 in.

Condition report

Condition: Replacement hands and dial numerals, case in old surface, movement is in order, bellows functioning and trumpets sounding.

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