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It is a P42 but the pendulum mounted is not original to this clock, it is only 37 cm. Lots of irregular pearlshell inlays and golden trimming on the face. The movt is worn, but working, the dial is very worn but the woodwork is in good shape.

Age is unknown, but the pendulum has a wooden rod, so it is probably from early 1900:s. At left is a somewhat newer Gustav Becker / Silesia spring driven wall regulator. My pride is a Hamburg Amerikanische Uhrbau (Pfeilkreutz) hall clock. The serial number on the back of the cabinet is 5471 35 and on the movement back plate is a serial numer: 20453. The case is made 1924 i Sweden, and the faceplate is made of alabaster with the numerals in enamel. No inidcation of age, but should be in late 1800:s. This is another American 'short drop' also by Waterbury Clock Co.

Golden dial & bob, 8 day movt, P37, strikes every ½ hour on three rods. The movt is by Gustav Becker, Silesia, P42 and newly overhauled. Good working condition and nice sound by a "Gloria" gong. This is a genuine Gustav Becker two-weight Wiener regulator clock made around mid 1886 according to the serial number on the movement (753879). The case is also made by the GB factory according to a stamp behind the case. The serial # on this one is 1174773 which indicates mfg. In excellent condition, no flaws except one small dent on the door lower bar center. The mechanism is odd; the movement has a vertical escapement I haven't see before. Also see the Urgos wall clock above at right; it has the same mechanism.

His breakthrough came in 1852 at the Silesian Clock Fair.

Crowds were drawn to his works because of the quality, and he was awarded the gold medal for the best clock in the fair.

Strikes on three rods, half and full hours, very nice sound. This Junghans spring driven wall regulator has a very massive case. The gong sound on this one is very mellow and rich due to the massive cabinet. This one was sold to me as a Leja - a swedish nickname for Oxenauge or french clocks imported by Joseph Leja in Stockholm. The dial is pretty good for it's age (these are usually very worn).

Gustav Becker commenced clock making in 1850, in Freiberg, Silesia on a small inconspicuous scale.