Scarce 1880 German Single Weight Driven Vienna Wall Clock by Muller & Co.


Stunning single weight driven Vienna wall timepiece by Muller & Co., one of Germanys finest Vienna clock manufacturers of the late 19th Century.


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Minimum Price: £1300



Height: 125cm
Width: 43cm
Depth: 17cm


Excellent for age. Renovated and serviced in December 2020, so in fine working order.

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Additional Information

Period: c1880
Material: Walnut
Origin: German

Stunning single weight driven Vienna wall timepiece by Muller & Co., one of Germanys finest Vienna wall clock manufacturers of the late 19th Century. The clock is in excellent overall condition and was renovated and serviced in December 2020, (so in fine working order) and comes with an Antiquitatum guarantee.

The quality of build materials and workmanship is of the highest order, with a solid Walnut case, hinged front glazed door and expertly hand-worked architecture. This includes a crafted Alder Wood crown with top and bottom shaped finial embellishment and Blanchard lathed side half-columns.

The original clean white porcelain two-piece dial with a separate second’s dial is in excellent condition, with black Roman numerals and a pair of original blued steel Trefoil Gothic style hands secured with a pinned collet. The dial is than surrounded by a moulded brass bezel.

The clocks quality Muller & Co. 8-day timepiece movement is driven by a single brass weight and pendulum mechanism, with the polished brass backplate stamped with the makers petalled flower logo with initials R, S, M and the serial number ‘23’, indicating that this Vienna clock was one of the first the company made, thus helping date the clock. It also comes with its original pendulum rod and brass bob, a porcelain aperture beat plaque and an authentic Vienna regulator brass winding crank key with wooden handle.

…Quite simply, a wonderful and scarce high-quality clock!