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11/17/2019 11:55 AM
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ANTIQUE FRENCH MINI CARRIAGE ALARM CLOCK (WITH CASE)

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition.
Size. See below
Rating: 8 clock – 5 case
Comments. The case is made of solid brass and has a beveled edge glass panels all around including on the top. It has exposed brass works which are marked on the back” MADE IN FRANCE” as well as” H & H”. The bell is located on the bottom and a fancy solid brass handle on the top. It has a porcelain face with very fancy hands and this clock is heavy for the size. We are unsure if it works since we do not have a key. This item is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has some light soiling and has a very nice aged patina. Also included is the original wooden case and what appears to be a leather covering which has a hinged top and a removable side panel which will expose the clock face. The case is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, wear/tears in the leather covering, a thin split on the bottom board, soiling/stains and the leather handle is broken as seen in our photo. A nice, vintage clock that you can displayed proudly in your home or carriage.

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