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THREE-WEIGHT GRANDE SONNERIE WALL CLOCK, Vienna, A

THREE-WEIGHT GRANDE SONNERIE WALL CLOCK, Vienna, Austrian, last quarter of the 19th century, attributed to Morily Pollak clock maker, having a glass and walnut long case, the movement striking each quarter hour and complete with pendulum and three brass weights. Movement stamped with MP/Tree trademark; dial signed K. HANTSCHL, WIEN. Case e length – 46.75 […]

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THREE-WEIGHT GRANDE SONNERIE WALL CLOCK, German, l

THREE-WEIGHT GRANDE SONNERIE WALL CLOCK, German, late 19th/early 20th century. The walnut Renaissance style case has a pediment and molded cornice over long glazed panel door flanked by turned and reeded half column. The unsigned brass movement strikes every quarter hour and is powered by three visible brass weights suspended on pullies and complete with […]

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THREE PIECE MARBLE CLOCK SET with gilt metal ormolu

THREE PIECE MARBLE CLOCK SET with gilt metal ormolu circa late 19th century, 15″ Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Three American shelf clocks

Three shelf clocks: a miniature alarm steeple timepiece (missing veneer), a rosewood veneer mantel clock with a gutta percha pendulum inset below the badly flaked dial; and another spring wind shelf clock lacking the door glass. Condition report There is no guarantee of either the mechanical performance of clocks nor the completeness and originality of […]

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Revere Three Weight Grandfather Clock

Revere three weight grandfather clock with electric works. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Three Victorian shelf clocks, 11'' h., 9'' h., an

Three Victorian shelf clocks, 11” h., 9” h., and 6 1/2” h. Condition report Condition report not complete. Submit request to conditions@pookandpook.com. Pook & Pook, Inc. does not guarantee clocks to be complete or in working condition. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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