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Item Number B0175:

This ca. 1840 Vienna regulator is of classic design and proportions. A "Month Running" Dachluhr style Vienna Regulator with a brass weight, and pendulum bob .The movement has the much sought after "Flat Dial" and "Engine Turned Bezel" and is signed Josef Geisz in Wien.  Long running Dachluhrs like this are very rare..


Beautiful circa 1840 Dachluhr Vienna regulator in Mahogany case. The case has the sought after satin banding around the windows and columns.

This Vienna regulator is of classic design and proportions. The single train movement is provided with a dead beat escapement, maintaining power, and beat regulation. It runs for about 28  days on a winding.  The signed one-piece flat porcelain dial has fine Roman numerals, delicate blued steel hands and an "engine turned" bezel. . The pendulum has a wood rod and the pendulum bob is brass on both sides.  The brass cased weight is supported by a most attractive pulley.  The delicate key has a wooden handle. This is a beautiful antique Vienna regulator in the Dachluhr style.  

The clock measures approximately 38 1/2" tall x 11" wide x 5" deep.  The chapter ring is 6 1/4" diameter and the bezel OD is 6 3/4".

The movement has been professionally cleaned, polished, and oiled (about a couple  years ago).

This clock is really terrific , it runs well and keeps good time. This clock would be a wonderful addition to your collection.  This clock seems to me to be completely original.

I am willing to ship this item within the USA, or to the UK, Europe or other international destinations. Please inquire about shipping costs.

Caveats:  The beat scale is missing and there is damage to the banding (about 3/4" missing) at the top rear, right side of the clock.

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