4 July 2007
A French small gilt and silvered brass and rouge griotte marble eight day revolving compendium timepiece with barometer and compass
Retailed by Jules Jurgensen, Copenhagen. Circa 1890
On ratcheted socle, the front applied with a plaque inscribed JULES JURGENSEN COPENHAGEN, with white enamel dials to either side, for time with Roman and Arabic chapters and for aneroid barometer, a compass to the top, the single barrel movement with bimetallic lever balance
7¾ in. (19.5 cm.) high
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Derek Roberts, Mystery, Novelty and Fantasy Clocks, Schiffer, 1999, p.259, fig.22-13.
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