Antique One Weight Vienna Regulator Wall Clock 36" Superb Dial Black Mahogany A1
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Antique One Weight Vienna Regulator Wall Clock 36" Superb Dial Black Mahogany A1:
I do not profit from postage! Any payment that exceeds actual cost will be refunded. BUY-IT-NOW has not only ruined the fun of , but has made it easy for sellers to hide shipping cost in the sale and call it "free shipping". You, the buyer should know shipping is not free. Therefore,I state the actual shipping cost to be honest, not hide it in the sale.
I use Fedex, USPSor UPS for shipping
SORRY, NO INTERNATIONAL is an uncommon one weight antique Vienna Regulator clock is perfect working condition. Having come from my personal collection of 50 years, Ican assure you, this is a good one. Regularly serviced and quiet enough for a bedroom. This Vienna runs 8 days on a wind and has a very nice quality movement. It is whisper quiet and includes the period original style winding key. The clock is 36" tall and 11.5" wide at the widest. The porcelain dial is without a flaw. The wooden case is mostly black other than the few parts like the backboard thatare stained and grain painted to resemble a very dark mahogany or rosewood. The backboard is in terrific condition without all the wormholes you usually find in these clocks. If you are a collector, this would be a "keeper". The case is very nice with no significant damage. It has a century and a half of light wear but no issues at all.SHIPPING:This will be double boxed and sent FedEx or UPS. Let me know if that is a problem. Shipping is an estimate created by . Exact shipping may vary slightly. You will ONLY pay actual costs.
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