Adolf Herr Cuckoo CLock -The 1870's Railway House Clock
This cuckoo clock is a typical version of the 1870's railway house clock. It is daintily decorated with hand-carved vine leaves and has wooden pine cones. The cuckoo calls once on the half hour and on the full hour according to the time. Two alternating melodies - Edelweiss and Happy Wanderer - play every hour, while the figurines of the children on the balcony dance around to the music. The clock is personally signed at the back by the manufacturer Adolf Herr. His signature guarantees the experience of 6 generations of clock-workmanship. The clock comes with a certificate of authenticity (AHC).
8-Day(weekly wind-up) Regula rack strike movement with night off.
Wooden dial, diameter 4 1/4 Inches (11 cm), with wooden hands.
Carved and handpainted wooden children figurines.
Herr bolt pendulum with fine adjustment.
Reuge musical movment (22 tones) with two different melodies (Edelweiß & The Happy Wanderer).
wooden cuckoo (handcarved).
Height: 20 1/2 Inches (52 cm), only carving, without weights and pendulum.
Width: 14 Inches (36 cm)
Tiefe: 8 1/4 Inches (21 cm)
|Weight gross:||12 kg|