RARE Feichtinger Double Dial Calendar Clock made Circa 1895 to 1905 !!! He had a deal with Waterbury which supplied their old 1893 Model of Clocks. This "Hendon" Model shelf clock is made of Walnut, one of six Waterbury Models available to him in his original black & white advertising photo, which I have added in the last picture. Secret Pencil Script production number inside base is "439". (Estimated production of all models combined is around 650)
Mr. Feichtinger Patented these "Calendar Clock Movements" and installed them personally into his custom ordered Waterbury made Shelf Clock cases between the years 1895 to 1905 !!! His Joint patent with his Financier listed him living in "Sinking Springs,Pa.. (Actual Home & Shop was slightly South of Sinking Springs, in a crossroads village called Fritztown) He also had a Couple Wall Regulator calendars, which are quite Rare today.
Not only do you have an 8 Day Time & Hourly Strike Clock with the optional Alarm on the top dial but you also get the Perpetual Calendar with Leap Year indicator, Peep Hole slot to see the Brass Bob movement, Month of Year Hand, Numbered Day of Month Hand, and the "Day of Week Cylinder" built into the Base. Includes 2 winding keys, a Long Iron Key to Wind the optional Alarm Movement, and a regular Brass Key to wind the Clock.
Condition ; Overall Very Fine condition with Original Finish on Case. Brass Movement has been Professionally Cleaned Oiled on 11-20-18.
Guarantee : You have my personal 7 Day Satisfaction Guarantee, for all of my 8 Day Clocks, with a "No Questions asked, Full item Refund" above the normal Ruby Lane minimum 3 Day Inspection Policy. (Less shipping fees not included)
Measures ; Overall height is 22 1/4 inches, 13 inches Wide, and 4 inches Deep at the Base.
Weight ; 7 Pounds and 8 Ounces.
Shipping : Shipping out on First Business Day following a Sunday, due to the clock is currently
on-display in a "Sundays Only Antique Mall" in Adamstown,Pa.