John Oberschneid One-hand Bracket Clock, Germany, c. 1750, flat-top case with fully glazed door over the brass dial with applied roman numeral chapter ring and engraved spandrels and dial center, single steel hand, fabric-covered dial mat, one-day time and strike brass movement with chain fusee on time side and going barrel on the strike side, regulated by a short "cow tail" pendulum in front of the dial, ht. 11 in.
Clock is currently running. Fabric of dial mat frayed around opening.
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