28 January 2015,
Price realised USD 16,250
USD 6,000 - USD 8,000
A GERMAN ENGRAVED GILT-BRASS, COPPER AND EBONY STRIKING TABLE CLOCK
PROBABLY AUGSBURG, EARLY 17TH CENTURY, IN THE MANNER OF ANDREAS STAHEL
Ebony veneered plinth with frieze drawer, converted to two hands, the silvered dials with hours and quarters to the front, strike indication to rear; the movement with brass baluster pillars, later pendulum, two engraved fixed barrels, two bells to tower
14 in. (35.5 cm.) high, 7 ¼ in. (18.5 cm.) wide, 7 ¼ in. (18.5 cm.) deep
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The herm busts to the case feature on an astronomical table clock by attributed to Andreas Stahel, sold Renaissance Clocks, Patrizzi & Co, Milan, 24 May 2009, lot 11.
Andreas Stahel, (d. 1634/35) active circa 1589, (see lot 8).
Galerie Helbing, Uhren-Sammlung aus dem Nachlasse des Kgl. Rats B. Rosenfeld Wien, Munich, 2 May 1910, lot 246.
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