Anniversary clock with angel pillars

Jeremy Woodoff

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I recently won this 400-day clock on eBay. It has angel-form pillars and an unusual scrollwork crown. I believe this design was incorporated into clocks by several different makers, but is nonetheless rather early and quite scarce. When I receive the clock I'll post additional pictures, which will hopefully identify the maker and whether it has the correct disc pendulum. I got it for only $30, which I think is a pretty good price. 77227.jpg
 

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Excellent price, Jeremy. Need to see the back of the movement to ID it. Must have been mislisted to go that cheap:rolleyes:
 

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Jeremy Woodoff;509807 said:
I recently won this 400-day clock on eBay. It has angel-form pillars and an unusual scrollwork crown. I believe this design was incorporated into clocks by several different makers, but is nonetheless rather early and quite scarce. When I receive the clock I'll post additional pictures, which will hopefully identify the maker and whether it has the correct disc pendulum. I got it for only $30, which I think is a pretty good price.
Pretty good price is a HUGE understatement!! Will look forward to see detailed photos of the back of the movement; the base appears to be one that was used by Würth & Co, but the pendulum is one used by JUF and Huber. The back plate will tell the story.
 

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I've updated this thread with more pictures in the 400-day clock forum.
 

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