Antique Wooden Wall Clock Europe Late 1700's to early 1800's. Parents had appraised by antique clock repair store/collector in 1978 at $430. Excellent conditon, wood in pristine condition, all pieces of the clock are in excellent condition. My Mother and Father brought this back from Europe in 1977. Have seen operational in the early eighties, as a youngster. Kept in prosperity and storage for some time....time to sell to a collector or clock maker/repair expert that appreciates antique clocks.Appraised by a clock store in Chicago on 1-4-78 (still have the ticket-will arrive with the clock), by "My Son's Clock Shop, 1829 W. Irving Park Road, Chicago, IL 60613. Valued at appox. $430 in 1978 by the store owner . You can get this priceless piece for not that much Other information about the clock: Early Putty Paint, probably from England. Ha Putting Mold, used by early confection houses, shaker skillet, hand forged from one piece of metal alloy. Overall a great piece of Eruopean antique craftsmanship. Shipping will be a delicate operation, naturally. Best possible shipping to any location, insurance suggested. Happy bidding, sak any questions.
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