INDUSTRIAL CLOCK WITH AUTOMATA Garnier A Paris Ca. 1880 France
INDUSTRIAL CLOCK WITH AUTOMATA
Signed Garnier A Paris
The turning lantern has 5 dials:
On top of the case the compass.
The lantern has on two sides a dial for the time indication, with Roman hour numerals, Arabic five-minute markers and minute stripes.
Both dials signed Garnier A Paris.
The barometer has a scale with English indication.
Thermometer with circle tube has scales in degrees Reaumur and Fahrenheit.
The brass winge-shaped case has an anchor, robes and buoy. The turning lantern is on the winge.
Duration 8 days.
Height 50 cm.
Diameter 20,5 cm.
Derek Roberts, Mystery, Novelty and Fantasy clocks, chapter 22.