German Blackforest Stag Cuckoo Clock Antique Late 19th Early 20th Century For Sale
I am offering for sale this very old Blackforest cuckoo clock. I do not know much about cuckoo clocks and I will try to describe it to the best of my ability. This clock is in need of some restoration. I do not know if the clock works. I took several pictures to show the inside and outside of the clock. This is a big clock, the front measures 22 inches long from stag head to the bottom and 17 inches wide across the top. The roof measures 18 inches across from side to sideand is8 inches wide. The back of the clock case which holds the movement is6 inches deep 9 inches wide and 10 inches high. The clock has two old flappy winged cuckoo birds . It comes with it's round branch ovel leaf pendulum which needs some restoration as shown in the pictures. There a 3 weights, 2 are the same size and one is a little bigger, I don't know if the bigger one is original to the clock. The stag head has two antlers which have been broken and glued. I found a piece of an antler in the old box that the clock was found in and I will send it along. The branch to the right of the stag at the top of the clockhas been glued together right behind the oak leaf and can not been seen. At the very bottom of the clock where the center oak leaf is located the branch connected to it was cracked and reglued a very long time ago. I could not find any makers mark on the movement. There is a number 16 inscribed in the brass on the movement. The numbers on the front are dirty except for the number 5. There are 3 bellows inside shown in the pictures. Two of them work and one needs repaired. Please email us with any questions before offerding because there are no returns on this item unless we grossly misrepresented it in our description. High buyer will pay through Pay Pal and we must receive the payment no later than 3 days after the close of the sale. High buyer will pay shipping.
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German Blackforest Stag Cuckoo Clock Antique Late 19th Early 20th Century: $255