THREE MONTH LONGCASE REGULATOR Georg Wallner in Wien Ca. 1830 Austria
THREE MONTH LONGCASE REGULATOR
Signed: Georg Wallner in Wien
Brass-plated movement with anchor escapement and pendulum with knife-edge suspension. The clock has an hour striking train and a separate quarter striking train, striking ‘Grande Sonnerie” on gongs, with pull-repeator. The striking trains can be switched off. The three trains are driven by weights.
The round white enamelled dial plate with black lacquered Roman numerals. Small dial for the seconds. The dial-plate with a gilt brass and profiled border. The centre bearing the signature Georg Wallner in Wien. The hour, minute and second hands are made of blued steel.
The pinewood case veneered with walnut and glass at three sides. The clock has a front door and two front panels.
Duration 3 month
Height: 212 cm.
Depth: 24 cm.
Width: 44 cm.
F.H. van Weijdom Claterbos, Viennese Clockmakers and what they left us, p. 319.
Georg Wallner, Alsegrund, Wieseng 6, Vienna, 1827-1861.