Gebhard astronomical clock

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  1. PatH

    PatH Registered User
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    Dec 5, 2014
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    Just wondering if anyone knows the current location of the Gebhard clock? In the last couple of months, I've obtained two postcards of this clock. It has quite an illustrious career, having been exhibited at the Exhibition in Ohio; as part of Alt Nurnberg in the Midway at the 1901 Pan American Exposition in Buffalo; in 1902 at the Board of Trade building in Louisville KY before heading for the new Macy's store in NY; Hagans Clock Manor Museum in Evergreen CO; as well as at The Time Museum. It was sold in 2004 for $142,400. It would be great to know any other information about the clock, Christian Gebhard, or where it is now.

    I do have a several Bulletin references to the clock, as well as an article from Horological Times, but am looking for other information that you might know or have run across.


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