Antique Junghans Rosewood Bracket Clock Inlaid Veneer Wood Westminster Chimes Runs Chimes & Strikes Missing 1 Foot. Would make a great gift for a special occasion, or keep it for yourself!
Beautiful German oak case clock. The maker is Jungans and the movement has "B09" on it. The clock therefore dates to the second half of 1909. The wood case is all there.
Shows some finish and veneer loss, still looks good. Nice inlaid detailing on the front of the wood case of the clock. Veneer bubbled in a couple of places on the band just below the bezel on the front of the clock. Beveled glass in the front wood door, no cracks or blistering.
Nice detailing to the rosewood or mahogany case on the front, sides and especially the top of it. Has a great style look to it with the pointed pitched steeple top.
Check out the detailed windows to allow the sound of the movement on the sides of the case. Unique for a Junghans clock. The case has wood legs on it that look appropriate to the clock as well. The rear left wafer foot is missing. The rear door is securely attached to the case.The wood inset piece of the rear door is in place. The latch on the rear door works. We have only wiped down the wood case with Murphy's wood cleaner and orange oil, could still used a good cleaning to bring the original beauty of this piece out to its' full potential. Nice looking face on this clock.
Silver colored with black incised numbering, some finish loss. The clock hands match and look appropriate to the clock. Gold trim around the clock face.
The hands to turn the strike on and off work as does the time adjustment component. Great looking 8 day brass movement on this clock. The clock has a great beat to it with the pendulum off and on it. The clock movement has been running, striking, and chiming since we acquired the clock.
Just cleaned the pivot points and bushings and oiled them. Five strike rods and hammers are in good shape. The three springs feel sound when keyed. This clock is in running, striking and chiming condition.
The back wood piece that holds the gong in place is a little loose and need some tightening/gluing attention. Allows closest strike rod to back of case to touch case and not sound correct, until adjusted. The #140 movement has the "Junghans" logo on the back of the movement and "Ao7" below that. Also has Germany impressed under that.
The pendulum that came with the clock also looks appropriate to it. The clock was made circa the 1909. The clock will come with a wind key. The beveled glass and brass bezel door over the clock face look great. The glass is not blistered or cracked.
The bezel is firmly attached to the clock case by its' hinges. The bezel is made out of some sort of gold colored metal appears to be brass. The pin to open the door is there, but not sure if there is a latch in the door to secure the front door.
The case still has what appear to be the original wood legs on it. This was definitely a quality clock for its' time. The rear door is still firmly attached to the case.The latch for the rear door is still there and operates. The hinges look appropriate on the front and rear doors. The clock stands 17-5/8" tall, by 12-9/16" across, by 7-7/8 wide. The clock face is 5-1/16 across. You will not find such a fine example of this clock maker's work available very often, so do not miss this one. Let us know if you have any questions or need additional pictures. If you have not had experience with old mechanical clocks before, I would suggest you steer clear. One really needs to have the patience, and skill to work with these great works of art. They are not our modern plug in and go, or change the battery clocks.
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