A very rare 19th century French 400-day duration four-glass mantel clock with state of wind indication and aneroid barometer, made for the Russian market
The case with moulded cornice over four heavy bevelled glass panels and a conforming base, the 4.5 inch enamel two-part enamel Roman dial with matching hands and recessed centre with running seconds and state of wind subsiary dial graduated in five day increments up to 400 days, together with the instruction to 'wind up' at the end of the 400 day period, the spring barrel movement with an 'equipoise' pendulum mounted above and clearly visible between the clock and the enamel barometer dial signed with seven weather predictions and a scale ranging from 25 to 31 inches. 38cms 915ins) high.
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