Clocks for Sale
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11" Dial Clock
The Crossed Arrows mark on the dial indicate that this clock was made by the Hamburg Clock Company, (Germany 1892+) and, of course, it has a quality german movement..
I would date this clock around 1910-1925.
Mechanically in v. good condition, with no wear.
Case in oak, with rounded bottom door, in v. good condition, no restoration was needed.
A quality but cheaper option to the english dial clocks, guaranteed to last for many years
Fully serviced - 1 year guarantee
Great value !! £299
Longcase by Maple of London
A quality grandfather clock made of solid oak throughout, in a lovely honey hue. A really solid and sound construction.
I would date this clock around 1890-1900, so although, strictly speaking, I would describe it as a "reproduction" it is a quality product, as you would expect from a Maple Clock. The best materials have been used and it has been built to last, as a result it is not likely to give nasty surprises when it comes to being serviced.
DIMENSIONS: Height 2 metres 3cm (6' 8'')
Depth 27cm (10 5/8'') in depth.
The widest part, at the top, is 54cm (21 1/4'').
This lovely clock would add quality and style to any interior.
It strikes the hours on a gong, producing a very deep sound
Fully serviced with a 1 year guarantee
Atmos Clock cal528, 1970's
Mechanically, it is in perfect condition and of course, it never needs winding.
The clock has been thoroughly checked and fully serviced. The bellow is fine, with the gas at its optimum level.
Its exterior, has some signs of wear, but no "disfiguring" damage (I have attached photos, but it is difficult to see the wear)
Some exterior wear has to be expected for a clock that is 40+ years old
H 225 x W 210 x D 160 mm
H 9 1/4" x W 8 1/4" x D 6 1/4"
Collection would be prefered, so that you can see the clock "in the flesh", but I have no objections to sending it by post. I send these clocks by courier quite frequently
Posting to a UK address ...£25
2 year guarantee, £ 975
Atmos Clock cal526-5, 1950's
This Atmos clock dates from the 1950's, as it is easily deducted from low serial number, 90771.
It has some distinguishing features: blue screws, silvered dial and thumb-grooved pendulum.
I find that the cal526-5 is a nice model. It has very pleasant proportions, slightly smaller than the cal528, "hinged" door and has a nice elegant case design.
I would define its exterior in excellent condition for its age. Please note that this clock is 50-60 years old and some minor wear signs would have to be expected, (see photos).
Mechanically, it is in perfect condition and of course,.... It never needs winding.
The clock has been thoroughly checked and fully serviced for your peace of mind, the bellow is fine, with the gas at its optimum level.
Approx dimensions in inches: H 8 3/4 " x W 7" x D 5 1/4 "
or cm : 22 x 18 x 13
1 year guarantee, £ 980