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    Posted 6 years ago

    mh911
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    Chouteau a Montierender is written on the face of the clock. It has an inlay around the front of some sort of rock or shale. I received it from some relatives, much older than me, who had brought it back from Europe.
    It is about 3 or more inches thick--it hangs on the wall. It has a beautiful chime.
    I don't know much else about it because I cant find any like it here....

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    1. ticktocktime100 ticktocktime100, 6 years ago
      Hi,
      Your clock appears to be French. It's commonly known in France as an Oeil de Boeuf (bull's eye) clock. It was probably made in the 1890's-1920's area. If you could share a picture or two of the movement, that could help identify the marker. Nice clock!
      Regards.

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