Upright table clock with winding key made in Augsburg, Germany, between 1625 and 1635 by unknown maker.
This clock is known as a 'masterpiece clock' because it was made as part of a clockmaker's final assessment according to the strict guild regulations in German towns, such as Augsburg where this example was made, in the early-seventeenth century.
- Time Measurement
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- astronomical, chronological, key (hardware), pendulum, springs (elastic objects) and wood
- Pratt and Son Ltd.
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