Clockmaker: Johann Lehrner (1790 Zistersdorf–1867 Kaschau)
Date: Kaschau ca. 1820
Measurements: Length: 145 cm
Signature: J. LEHRNER IN KASCHAU
Description: duration one year, mahogany veneered case with ebony stringing, glass dial with enamelled signature, seconds dial, wide gilded engine turned bezel, separately adjustable blued steel hands, skeleton movement with bridges and cocks for each gear wheel, movement mounted on four pinned pillars, deadbeat escapement, divided drive shaft with hidden main weight, small tell-tale weight runs synchronized to the main weight, micrometer beat adjuster, spring suspended seconds pendulum is a steel rod and brass bob with compensation bars.