I have had this clock sitting in my garage for 25 years. See lot of pics here -
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thanksIt does indeed look to be 19th century French - and would make quite a decorative item in good order. If it were earlier than 19thC, the detail on the figures would be better, but it is still a nice decorative piece. Restoration to the mechanism will be much more expensive, as roughbarked says, due to the extensive rust, and you might want to have a go at cleaning up the outside of the case before that suffers the same fate. But a nice clock
Restoration is possible. Cost is unable to be estimated until the clock is stripped down. The mainsprings may well be in need of total replacement. They aren't fond of getting wet.Any answers ?