Skeleton clock with fusee underneath glass case in a brass frame. . Numeral edge with white enamelled cartouches.
The skeleton clock with fusee movement has a "forced strike" so it always strikes a bell once, every full hour.
The eight-day movement is protected by a square glass bell jar on a matte black wooden base.
The movement has been serviced by a clock maker.
The lot comes with the original key.
the lot will be packaged safely and shipped registered and insured as two separate parcels, so slightly higher shipping costs apply, or it can be collected in Zeist (Netherlands).
- Skeleton clock with percussion - compulsion
- Clock mechanism
- Power Reserve
- 8 day movement
- One beat every hour - compulsive beat
- Estimated Period
- Second half 20th century
- Country of Origin
- Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
- In working order
- 8.9 kg
- 54 cm
- 23 cm
- 34 cm