This very complete and original time and strike Vienna Regulator is 51 inches tall, has all its original parts, wonderful embossed weights, pendulum bob, dial center, and a very nice, German mechanism. While there is no trademark on the back of the mechanism, is s a very nice, small mechanism, clearly one of the better German factories. People often ask me who made a given clock – for me, the real issue is not which Viennese master, or German factory made a given piece, but how well made is it. This is especially true of the German clocks – even within a given maker – Becker for instance – the quality of the cases and mechanisms varied significantly. This very attractive and complex clock is well done, both from the case and the mechanism standpoints. And very complete, with all its original bits like wall stabilizers, pulleys, hands, wall stabilizers and the like.
This clock, when cleaned up, will cost $2,400, delivered in the lower 48.