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Johann Baptist Beha. 1863 A rare, ornate, amazing antique cuckoo / quail clock.

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Posted 1 year ago


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This clock was made in 1863 by Johann Baptist Beha, In Eisenbach, The heart of the black forest. The same year Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg address a few miles from our home. The records show there were only 5 made, and this is the only spring driven 50 hour model. Also this was the earliest one made. the first of its kind. To date its the only Beha #402 quail clock that has been found. So as it is now, Its the only one there is.... This clock features a massive 50 hour wood plated movement, with cuckoo and quail. In the photos you can see the size of the movement in comparison to another common movement from the era.
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  1. Perpcal70000000, 1 year ago
    Hello again

    Just to say that I have never seen one before with the winding holes in these locations, so most interesting. Thanks for sharing. Another 'corker'.
  2. antiquerose antiquerose, 1 year ago
    Very Nice. I love!!
  3. EISENBACH-2-PA EISENBACH-2-PA, 12 months ago
    Thanks. My website shows many more. From time to time we let a few go as well. Feel free to email if interested. Thanks.

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