Lecoultre Atmos Clock Vintage Atmos Unusual Case Door No Reserve Rare Early
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Lecoultre Atmos Clock Vintage Atmos Unusual Case Door No Reserve Rare Early:
I DO NOT MAKE SECOND CHANCE OFFERS. I DO NOT OFFER RETURNS- ALL SALES FINAL.. OFFERING AT . I feel the best way to sell an item on is to let the market set the price. The high buyer will own this clock. UP for sale is an Atmos Clock. I have owned this clock since 1992. I bought it from an estate sale. The clock measures 9 inches high by 7 inches wide base by5 the clock is inexcellent condition. The clock is totally original. The clock hasan unusual feature.The door is enclosed which by my account, makes this clock an early version.I estimate that the clock was made around 1950 but I do not know for sure. The clock has no wear through the gold plating and all the glass is in very good condition. The clockhassome minor scratches on the top of the case but it does not detract from the clock.The clock runs accurate. I had the clock serviced 2 years ago by a noted west coast Atmos repair craftsman. At this time, the clock was cleaned and a new suspension wire and bellows unit were installed. The cost of the service was $650. It also has thepumb boblevel on the bottom of the balance assembly. The balance wheel spins almost1 3/4complete revolutions before it starts to spin the other direction.If you have never owned an Atmos clock, it is very important that the clock be in a level position for it to run accurately. I am reducing my collection of Atmos clocks, thus the sale here. I willship the clock in adouble box and carefully package the clock so it arrives in good condition. I would estimate that shipping for the US will cost about $40 to$50 depending upon your location and insurance cost. I will also ship worldwide and prices for International shipping will vary. Please ask questions before you offer as I do not give refunds or price adjustments after the sale. Good Luck