I am new to this and got this 50ies/60ies Angelus Clock (see pics).
Its not running, tried to wind it up til the end - but nothing.
Anyone familiar with the mechanics? Any hints?
And would a collector be interested in a not-working or a not-sure-if-working clock?
Thanx in advance...
My name is Anne and this beautiful Angelus Clock is a heritage from my grandfather.
Did some research with the keywords "angelus" "1003" "angelus clock barometer.."Horlogerie Bourquenez Basel"etc. and some google reverse picture search. Found similar (but not identical) Angelus...
my name is Anne and this Angelus Clock is a heritage.
I couldn't find any information about the company or the age.
Found similar (but not identical) Angelus clocks which where dated 50ies/60ies.
Number of the bottom is 1003.
Its more than 2,2 pounds.
Measures: 9,5x13,5 cm