Antique Working Gustav Becker 2 Weight German Vienna Regulator Wall Clock C.1890 For Sale
Here is a recent estate find. This is a Rare Antique Working Huge Weight Driven 19th Century German Vienna Regulator Wall Clock, made the Gustav Becker Clock Company Germany circa 1890-1920. It has a Beautiful Large Size Elegant Carved Walnut Wood Case with Ornate Side Columns and 5 Finials and applied Carved Leaf Decorations! It has
a large Signed Celluloid Roman Numeral Dial with Red "Fleur De Lits" between the numerals
and also a Subsidiary Seconds Sweep Hand at the Top! This has a Signed "Gustav Becker" Brass Mechanical 8 Day Weight Driven "Time and Strike" Regulator Key Wound Movement, which runs and Strikes Correctly. The Movement is signed "Gustav Becker GB Freiburg in Schl. P64 A 2236198". There is a Single Rod Gong Chime which Strikes Once On The Half Hour and The Correct Amount Of Times On The Hour. There are 2 Winding Arbors on the Dial, and It includes the Winding Key, Original Large Brass Adjustable Pendulum, and Both Weights. The Clock is Huge and measures approx. 47" tall (Including Finials) x 16 1/2" wide x 7" deep. There is some Normal wear from age, overall Good condition, as pictured. There are a couple minor repairs which were professionally done and not noticeable. This Looks great on my wall!!! This will make a Stunning addition to your home. Don't pass this one up, I have Never Seen One Like This Before! This is Estate Fresh, Sold As Found. Due to the Delicate Nature of these Old Clocks, I am Selling This "As Is" with . Clock may need to be lubed and adjusted again after shipping, and chime may need to de adjusted. A stunning Rare Clock $1250 or BEST OFFER!!!! Check out my other Rare Clocks!MAKE AN OFFER!!!!! LOCAL PICK-UP IS ALWAYS AN OPTION!!!!! ***Please note, although this clock works, This is an
Antique Clock, over 100 years old and I cannot make an guarantees about
its working condition.
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Antique Working Gustav Becker 2 Weight German Vienna Regulator Wall Clock C.1890: $1,250