In general the Viennese clocks had hands with finer detail than the corresponding German hands. This clock has the 8 point star with the "J" just below the 12, but cannot locate German clocks are typically factory-made pieces, with serial numbers and trademarks on the back plates. Apparently clocks with an Adler movement had pictures of eagles on them. Each one is a unique, handmade clock with numerous personal touches and variations in design. But, since the German factories only began producing clocks afternearly all of the true Biedermeier and earlier clocks came from Vienna or other clock-making centers like Prague, Linz, or Budapest. It is very dirty and should be considered for parts or restoration in its present condition.
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Although some of the earliest Biedermeiers have engine-turned dial bezels it was more common to see "pie crust" bezels. Is this Arthur Pequegnat Regulator 1 a regulator? Any information about the clock will be highly appreciated. Now enlarging of the photos works, but very slow 30 - 60 seconds each The clock runs well and keeps good time. Its a Wall clock, about 50 inches in ht. Tested and working and is sold as a restoration project.