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Item:392452264226Very early,double fusee bracket clock in beauitiful inlaid case, where do I begin ? I can honestly say in nearly 18 years on ebay I have never come across a nicer clock, the case is in need of a small amount of sympathetic restoration, overall it is in excellent original condition, the fretwork on the side observation doors needs replacing, the doors appear to be stuck but I have not tried to force them, it needs a catch on the front door but stays closed so is not essential, the back door is secured closed by two pins which appear to be original and do the job perfectly. The double fusee movement is also held in place by pins which are almost certainly original, the case interior can be seen in the pictures with the movement removed, there is some writing inside the back door which I have shown in the pictures, whether it is of any significance I do not know as I cannot read it but if anyone can then please tell me. The movement is a rare double fusee with wooden plates, I have never seen one the same, the only ones I could find on the internet were Cuckoo clock movements by Beha, the famous Cuckoo clock maker who was active around 1840.The movement is in excellent condition and working order, it strikes the hours on what I think is a Bronze bell, the pendulum and fusee key both appear to be the originals. It is a large impressive clock measuring 18 1/2 inches high,13 inches wide and 7 inches deep, I have tried to show all the features and detail of this beautiful clock but if anyone wants any more pictures I am happy to oblige .It is available for collection from Doncaster or I will post worldwide. Any questions please askCondition:Working order., Working Order:Yes, Movement / Mechanism:Double Fusee, Age:Antique, Pre-1900, Type:Bracket Clock, Features:8-Day, Clock Type:Fusee Clock, Style/ Origin/ Theme:German
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Early, German ? Double Fusee Bracket Clock, Wooden Plates, Beautiful Inlaid Case