Wall clock - Wood, Oak - Early 19th century

Description
Wall clock - Wood, Oak - Early 19th century
Mechanical - 1 day movement - half hour, one bell

Frisian tail clock from the early 1900s. The Dutch clock is from Friesland, made by Alema and Bouma, Joure. One side has a small crack in the glass, not disturbing. The clock has a striking mechanism and strikes every half and full hour. The hammer is missing. Also has an alarm clock function. No chains and weights. The clock is from an inheritance and is more than 100 years old. For a collector or handyman. Including the original tin figures, also rare. The clock has been stored in the attic for over 45 years; this really is a piece of antiques.
Pick-up in Apeldoorn, by appointment only

Lot details
Nr of items
1
Object
Wall clock
Model name
Friese staartklok
Material
Wood, Oak
Clock mechanism
Mechanical
Power Reserve
1 day movement
Striking
half hour, one bell
Manufacturer
Alema en Bouma
Estimated Period
Early 19th century
Dated
1900
Country of Origin
Netherlands
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Weight
35 kg
Height
150 cm
Depth
20 cm
Width
35 cm
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