A new aquisition for me from HAC, it is very small but already a favourite.
It measures only 14.5cm x 10cm and the clock face is unmarked. The reverse plate is nouveau in appearance and has the crossed arrows of HAC. The base has a plaque which has the following "HAC MAKE - MADE IN WUTTEMBERG"...
A great clock which has a wonderful mellow chime. Has the Urgos mark behind the pendulum and also has the number 13 to the lower right of the plate.
Can we date the movemement and case?
As a novice to the world of clocks, this type of clock I had not seen or heard of before and so could not resist buying it. Is there any detailed information about them or dates of production available?
Thanks in advance
The clock I have in the thread
is great, keeps great time and strikes perfectly at every quarter hour as it should until it gets to one o'clock when it will not stop chiming! I have run it through twice from 7 o'clock perfectly, but both times, at the...
I wonder if anyone could tell me anything about the maker etc of the clock below, I think it is a mahogany? case.
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