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In the US some expressed similar feelings about Japanese & German goods reflecting feelings engendered by WW 2.
I would go...
I would recommend providing pix of the back.
I would recommend to NOT take the back off.
Advising taking things apart with the implied promise...
Where are the tubular chimes?:D
Nice Austrian Clock.
And my thanks to all who participated in the discussions on the above threads.
Those are excellent publications but the focus is solely upon the artistry of William Fenn. They contain examples of his tablets & images using...
I do think it’s much better than the bracket you proposed.
I really cannot read the hand writing.
Can you indicate the portion of the letter which discusses the clock and suggests it origins,...
It's still res ipsa loquitor. The object is the ultimate physical evidence.
Makes me even more curious about the authenticity and content of...
I have to agree with Mr. Dubois here on all counts as well as deferring to his superior knowledge with regards to tall clocks (and much, much more...
All excellent observations and thoughtful suggestions.
Couple of comments. And when it comes to antiques, there is rarely a definitive answer....
No it is not meant to do that. You have a problem.
A rather reasonable suggestion though too often things get separated and never meet again.
If it did in some way hurt the sale price, well...
Meaning late 18th to early 19th century, possibly contemporaneously or shortly after the clock was made.
Honestly, I know the case only from a few auction house pix which represents an insufficient amount of data to make any firm judgements. I admit...
Very nice clock. Congrats.
I really like the case, too. Appears to be purpose built for the clock, great red wash with what appears to be...
Ahhh, send it back....NOT!
Enjoy your nice recent purchases!
The tablet is great, I have seen it a number of times, I have owned a Hoadley “upside down” ww with that tablet, I have seen, have owned, or do...
Thanks so very much for the additional info!
I like antique advertising. My preference is for things hand made as opposed to being mass produced.
Signs are a particular favorite.