Date: Korneuburg around 1750
Clockmaker: Joseph Langer (around 1720 – 1770 Korneuburg)
Height: 270 cm
Duration: 8 days

Description: Three-part, walnut veneered & inlaid softwood case with ormolu mounts and carved, water gilded finial, a viewing window at the level of the pendulum lens as well as side glazed and lockable doors in the top part, lockable front doors in the top and central part, elaborately engraved brass dial with scroll spandrels, silvered chapter ring with blued, pierced steel hands and brass subsidiary chapter rings with blued steel centers and brass hands, date aperture and colored indication wheel for moonphase and age, subsidiary seconds, strike and repeat silent, separate settings for quarter-hour and hour strike reduction to a single bell, moon phase corrector, anchor escapement, quarter-hour carillon on three bells, hour strike on one bell with two hammers, weights running behind the pendulum, brass rod seconds pendulum, pendulum lens in sun shape with central red glass stone

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