Renaissance iron wall clock, ‘Eisenuhr’ with original paintings, South Germany, circa 1630.
A rare 17th Century wall clock with three polychrome painted sides. Three weight driven movement, converted to verge escapement, indication of phases of the moon and days of the week (these are replaced). Alarm mechanism. One iron hour hand, subsidiary dial for indication of quarters. Attractive and important clock. Dimensions HxWxD 32,5x15x16 cm. Price € 24.000,--
Literature: “Eine Sammlung alter Uhren”, Fridolin Staub.
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