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An astronomical longcase clock by Johann Joseph Langschwert court-watchmaker, Würzburg, circa 1750.
An astronomical longcase clock by johann joseph langschwert court-watchmaker, würzburg, circa 1750.
An astronomical longcase clock by johann joseph langschwert court-watchmaker, würzburg, circa 1750.
An astronomical longcase clock by johann joseph langschwert court-watchmaker, würzburg, circa 1750.
An astronomical longcase clock by johann joseph langschwert court-watchmaker, würzburg, circa 1750.
An astronomical longcase clock by johann joseph langschwert court-watchmaker, würzburg, circa 1750.
An astronomical longcase clock by johann joseph langschwert court-watchmaker, würzburg, circa 1750.
An astronomical longcase clock by johann joseph langschwert court-watchmaker, würzburg, circa 1750.
An astronomical longcase clock by johann joseph langschwert court-watchmaker, würzburg, circa 1750.
An astronomical longcase clock by johann joseph langschwert court-watchmaker, würzburg, circa 1750.
An astronomical longcase clock by johann joseph langschwert court-watchmaker, würzburg, circa 1750.
An astronomical longcase clock by johann joseph langschwert court-watchmaker, würzburg, circa 1750.
An astronomical longcase clock by johann joseph langschwert court-watchmaker, würzburg, circa 1750.
An astronomical longcase clock by johann joseph langschwert court-watchmaker, würzburg, circa 1750.
An astronomical longcase clock by johann joseph langschwert court-watchmaker, würzburg, circa 1750.

Case with walnut veneer probably by Carl Maximilian Mattern or Benedikt Schlecht. Top with carved details. Dial in gilded brass showing hours, minutes, seconds, months and weekdays. One hand mounted with separate clock. Separate astronomical dail. Thirteen bells. With pendulum and three weights. Dial marked "Iohann Ioseph Lang Schwert Wirtzburg". Width 78, height 245 cm.

Case with veneer damage, repairs and dry cracks.

Droit de suite: No
Estimate: 

100 000 - 125 000 SEK

10 288 - 12 860 EUR

Hammer price: 
480 000 SEK
Provenance

Swedbank Örebro. Bought in the 20th century in Germany.

Literature

Klaus Maurice, Die deutsche Räderuhr, v. II, nr 858.

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Carl Barkman
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