Clock, antique German tambour with alarm, unusual small size.Please read the full description. Mahogany wood case, perfect for table, desk, shelf or mantel. Solid wood, honey colored mahogany case is 7" by 3 1/2" by 1 1/2". Style is tambour with inlaid band of satin wood. The dial is marked with the trademark for the Junghans Factory, Wurtenburg, Germany. This clock has a one-day, jeweled movement with alarm feature. The clock was serviced some time ago and it runs well the alarm functions properly, do not expect quartz accuracy, The glass crystal and clock dial are in perfect condition. Dial is 2" diameter, has delicate black hands, gold alarm hand and brass bezel. Clock is in 100% original condition, near mint. See LAST photos for some but not all of our antique clocks to choose from, ALL ON SALE.. Now is the time to start collecting these antique American novelty clocks, suitable for desks or even the bedroom (no audible ticking) and they require no winding. At Drury House Antiques we are offering 20 of these unique clocks at prices that go back 30+ years. All are in working order. We do not sell junk, damaged or clocks that require an apology for their condition.
For the serious collector we have over 80 wall, mantel, desk or table clock, in various woods and finishes, even porcelain. All have been meticulously restored, by me, professional clockmaker, to their original condition. ALL are on SALE.
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All items at Drury House Antiques are available to purchase, unless they are marked Sold or Sale Pending A SIDE NOTE: To assist you in purchasing a good Antique Clock.The value of a Antique Clock is directly attributed to RESTORED CONDITION & ORIGINALITY Saying the restoration work was performed and actually performing the restoration work by a knowledgeable clockmaker are two different issues.
The vast percentage of old clocks have a great deal of wear and should be completely disassembled for cleaning. This is the only way one can inspect for wear and then eliminate all the friction created by the wear.The latest is the clock was "Professionally Cleaned", this means absolutely nothing. Simply dumping the clock movement into a can of Carburetor cleaner to wash off the dirt will not eliminate years of wear. Yes the clock may run for a few months with a healthy dose of WD-40. This is not proper clock servicing.
Questions you need to ask these on-line Bodgers, is the clock or watch movement original to the case, what has been replaced and has the clock movement been properly restored and get this information in writing. When the terms such as "Good Running Order", "Running", "Runs Great" generally means the clock is not keeping time and probably will not, this also means it has not been properly restored. Therefore you will need to spend several hundred dollars to have the clock put right.These few tips will save you some serious problems and money.
I am a clock maker with 35+ years experience and sell only 100% Legitimate Antique Clocks in Mint to Excellent Restored condition. We offer some very nice decorative antique clocks with quartz movements. These few pieces are exceptional looking even though the clock movements could not be restored.
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