Beautiful Antique German Kienzle 2 Weight Wall Clock At 1880 / 1900 For Sale
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UK: $32.00Beautiful Antique German Kienzle2 weight wall clock at 1880 / 1900 More photos under the description.Please note that the pictures are an important part of the article description.
at: 1880 / 1900
High: style="TEXT-ALIGN: justify; LINE-HEIGHT: normal; MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt" 43 cm
Deep: 7.48inches/ 19 cm
Thecaseis in good condition
in line with the age, only some
trace of use and age.
On a clock which is older than
110 years, these flaws are
truly minor and neither lowers
the value nor interferes with
Dial / Movement:
The enameled dial with the
second hands is in good condition.
Both the clockwork as well
the strikingmechanismare fully functional.
The movement is signed:
63892The clock chime to the half hour andto the full hour.Incl.key
All clocks we sell are in running condition at our home.But we have not test, whether the clock runs exactly to the minute.
However, some antique clocks need adjustment,
they need to be leveled and occasionally other adjustments after shipping.
Therefore, we cannot guarantee that the clock is directly in running condition when it arrives with you
and if you are not experienced with old clocks maybe you need a professional clockmaker for setup the clock.
Packing and shipping
I guarantee you the best possible packing.All clocks will be wrapped in several layers of bubble wrapand surrounded by a thick layer of packing chips.Possibly arising expenses for customs tax must be paid from the buyer.Payment:I accept only following payments:PaypalTransfer to my bank account in Germany
Most clocks offered by us are around 100 years old, many even older.
These clocks have survived wars, moves etc. and were then often stored in attics
or forgotten in basements. This can, quite naturally, lead to the clocks showing normal traces of wear and tear, wormholes, small color differences in the wood
or even damages in the veneer.
The clockworks were cleaned and I cleaned the cases myself.
If you wish to buy a clock which looks new and unused, please do not buy an antique clock with us.
As mentioned before, we do not remove traces related to age since for us they are
an integral part of an antique clock.
We also cannot answer questions about whether all parts of a particular clock
are still original.
It is always possible that few parts are missing, something was exchanged, repaired or supplemented years or even decades ago.
Thank you for your understanding.
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