A new acquisition is this Back Forest Jockele porcelain-front wall clock. The front is 4 3/4" tall and is hand painted, with the picture on top outlined with a transfer but hand-colored. The movement box is 3" high by 2 1/4" wide. It's time only, but these sometimes also had strike and/or alarm trains. The plates are wood and the wheels are brass with steel arbors. I think it dates to about 1870-1880. Does anyone know whether these Jockele clocks had a standard pendulum length, and what the typical bob looked like (size, material, weight)? More often seen is the Schottenuhr, a larger variety, with fronts about 8" high and movement boxes about 4" by 4 1/2".
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