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The Duke of Marlborough, by Herschede

The Duke of Marlborough  
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A touch of English influence handsomely evident in the stately design of the Duke of Marlborough grandfather clock. Cabinet of rich cherry solids with burl cherry overlays with one inch bevel glass sides and door. Exquisite carvings add a touch of elegance to the beautiful Cerisier Antique finish. Left and right movement side access doors with out of sight storage for door key and winding crank. Dial is pierced, hand engraved with silver plated finish. Raised black Arabic numerals and hands, also featuring a small second hand to count off seconds. A choice of three melodies is a feature of Herschede's renown American made nine tubular bell cablewound movement. The Westminster, Whittington and Canterbury chimes may be changed as desired with striking hour count. Pendulum and weight shells of quality brass and lacquered to preserve the finish. Comes with large brass tubes.

This clock was to be the Herschede centennial clock. However, Herschede closed it's doors for the last time two months before the 100th anniversary.

Key Features

[Bullet] Height 88.50" Width 28" Depth 17.50"
[Bullet] Only 104 were manufactured
[Bullet] Most collectable Herschede clock of modern times.
[Bullet] Net Weight 285 lbs.
[Bullet] 335 lbs. shipping weight


Description Model  


The Duke


$100,000 min.

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