Antique Junghans German wall clock 1890. Imported from Germany Beautiful condition around 120 years old. Pre WW1, has a nice Porcelain Dial with Junghans logo, gong rod and light walnut finish. Cleaned and serviced brass movement. Another very rare and stunning ornate Vienna wall clock. It has beautiful hand made decor, beautiful colorful wood that shows off it’s rich colors of Antique beauty. The clock is made of walnut and has amazing and stunning detail. This clock tick’s and tock’s and gongs smooth and precise. 8 day clock, gongs on the hour and on the half hour. Does come with it’s key. The outside measurements are 42 inches tall from it’s tallest peaks and 14 inches wide from it’s widest peaks and 6 3/4 inches deep. The flawless porcelain clock face is 5 7/8 inches in diameter, with no flaws. Please look at all pictures. Feel free to ask any questions. Don’t forget to check out this weeks other items. This clock will be packed with Great Care. 1861, Erhard Junghans had set aside capital to start his own business producing accessories for clocks and subsequently complete clocks. He enlisted his brother Xaver, a cabinetmaker then living in America, to acquire the assembly-line machinery for making clock parts. 1866 the first clocks followed. But there is good evidence that as far back as 1869 the 5 pointed star with a J was used although not registered until 1882. The company further expanded over years merging with other well-known German clockmakers including Lenzkirch, Thomas Haller and Gustav Becker. The item “Antique Junghans quality gong rod German wall clock Vienna regulator 1890″ is in sale since Thursday, February 21, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Clocks\Antique (Pre-1930)\Wall”. The seller is “donytec” and is located in Simi Valley, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
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- Country/Region of Manufacture: Germany
- Brand: Junghans
- Featured Refinements: Antique German Wall Clock
- Clock Type: Vienna regulator
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Via UPS within the contiguous 48 States, U. If you don’t see it… Tags intact, not polished, altered, etc… Items with age typically display patina along with signs of use Be sure to view all the photos we take the time to process and display in a clear large format Thanks rjb670. The item “Antique Austrian 1 Weight Vienna Regulator Clock” is in sale since Saturday, October 21, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Clocks\Antique (Pre-1930)\Wall”. The seller is “rjb670″ and is located in Bristol, Connecticut. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.
- Featured Refinements: Antique Vienna Clock
Presented for your consideration is this antique wall clock made by Ingraham. This is the rare “Garland”, 8 day, regulator model with a beautifully carved oak case. The case displays wonderful Eastlake carvings throughout with glass panels on the left and right sides. A glass pane is over the pendulum and dial. Face of the clock is paper with black Roman numerals. Works are marked with Ingraham & Co. Comes with an ornate designed pendulum and key. Guaranteed to be antique. This hard to find clock would make a great addition to any clock or timepiece collection! A small chip is out of the wood, near the bottom. Piece to hold the pendulum is loose but could easily be put back into place. The 6 on the dial was touched up at one point. Paper of the dial shows some light wear and browning from age. Clock itself has very light age wear. Overall in VERY GOOD-EXCELLENT condition. Please refer to the photos for the absolute best details! Measures 13 3/4″ wide, 6 1/4″ deep and 39 tall. Please take a look at our photos and feel free to message us with any questions. These charges are the buyers responsibility. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as gifts – US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. Please note that we try our hardest to assure accurate descriptions of the items we list. Thank you and good luck! This item is being offered by: The Hitching Post Antiques Mall. We are located 2 miles west of beautiful Tecumseh, Michigan, on M-50 near the intersection of M-52. Our store operates seven days a week, 361 days a year, during the hours of 10:00 a. To 5:30 p. – Your Friends at the Hitching Post Antiques Mall. Please check out my other items. And be sure to add me to your favorites list. The item “RARE Old Antique 8 Day INGRAHAM GARLAND Oak Regulator WALL CLOCK -RUNS” is in sale since Saturday, March 11, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Clocks\Antique (Pre-1930)\Wall”. The seller is “hitchingpostantiques” and is located in Tecumseh, Michigan. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Rare Arthur Pequegnat Regulator No. 8-day time only weight driven regulator wall clock. Clock is patterned after the Seth Thomas No. 2 Regulator of which many were made. This clock, however is rare. This is the second one I have seen in 45 years of clock collecting. I bought it for my collection 15 years ago, and have loved it every day. Now it’s time to pass it on to someone who will love it too. The case is tiger oak, and is in very nice condition. It looks to me like it has it’s original finish. The signed brass time only movement runs and looks to be in good shape, but could use a cleaning and servicing. The dial was flaking badly when I got the clock, and I sent it out to the Dial House to restore it, and they did a great job. The dial was made of thin zinc with a shiny surface which did not hold the paint well. There is a hole between the second bit and the XII, the purpose of which I don’t know. The hand are original and are the distinctive Pequegnat hands. As far as I know, other than the dial surface, the clock is all original. 35″ tall, 15-1/2″ wide, 11 dial. A fantastic clock for the advanced collector. I will accept reasonable offers for this clock. A little history of the company: The Arthur Pequegnat clock company had an illustrious albeit short life. Watchmaker Arthur Pequegnat was born in Switzerland in 1851. Arthur immigrated to Berlin, Ontario Canada in 1874 with his wife, parents, brothers and sisters; a grand total of 18 family members. By the late 1870s Arthur was operating a jewelry store and watch repair in Southern Ontario. By the middle 1880s Arthur and his brother Paul were operating a shop in Berlin, Ontario. After about ten years the brothers went their own way, both operating successful jewelry shops in Southern Ontario. In 1897 Arthur expanded his Berlin Jewelry shop to include the manufacture of Bicycles. However, By 1904, with the decrease in the demand for Bicycles, Arthur began to re-focus on the clock industry, by manufacturing his own clock movements at his Berlin Bicycle Manufacturing plant. At first the wooden clock cases were made by local Furniture Makers, however in time he manufactured his own clock cases. Its interesting to note that Berlin, Ontario was re-named Kitchener Ontario in 1916, due to anti-German backlash during WW I. This becomes a use-full tool when dating Pequegnat clocks as Labels, Movements or Dials marked Berlin date the clock to 1916 or earlier and those marked Kitchener are 1916 or later. Having said that, many clocks had a long production life and it is difficult to date any Arthur Pequegnat clock precisely. Arthur died in 1927, however, with family members in control, the company continued to operate until 1941. The war effort meant that brass became difficult to obtain and so with that the company closed its doors. The factory never produced another clock, and was later demolished in 1964. This photo was taken at the Canadian Clock Museum. In Deep River Ontario in 2013. It was then that my love affair with the Regulator #1 was born. The Canadian Clock museum contains the largest collection of Arthur Pequegnat clocks in Canada and it is certainly worth a visit. The item “Rare Arthur Pequegnat Regulator No. 1. Antique Canadian Clock” is in sale since Saturday, November 18, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Clocks\Antique (Pre-1930)\Wall”. The seller is “old-fezziwig” and is located in Winnsboro, South Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada.
- Brand: Arthur Pequegnat Clock Company