I have been busy purchasing and going over some nice clocks the last week or two and will be getting more than a few in my store shortly. I believe I picked this up in upstate New York last fall and it has been stashed away in my show trailer. It has nice glass and brass all around and the top is beveled glass to look down on the movement. the French movement is running very nicely and i checked to see if they were produced with the regular style pendulum versus the mercury style we are more used to seeing. i did see a few and the suspension spring looks to have crafted that way indeed . if somebody really likes the clock but wants other style pendulum will purchase decent one from Merrits and install for another 25 bucks. I would be asking a lot more and had to pay a lot more if it had conventional style. Anyway I still like the clock a bunch for the movement is quality, it sounds very nice, and the beveled glass and brass are all nice with no chips. it measures 10" tall x 6 1/2" wide x 5 deep and a 3 1/2" dial. I would make an educated guess that this clock was crafted in the Paris area in the 1880-1900 time frame. I pictured it well to show it does not look bad and I have it priced nicely to reflect the fact of the dial. This clock is in great condition and runs perfectly guaranteed. I pictured it well to show it off and answer some questions. I trying to price it nicely with good value to customer in hopes of a quick sale, another happy customer, and I can go find more neat stuff. Thanks for your time and interest.
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