French “St Nicolas” longcase clock around 1800.
This French oak longcase clock from the beginning of 1800 is named “St Nicolas-clock” because they were made in and around the village Saint Nicolas d’Aliermont this is in Normandy in the neighbourhood of Dieppe.
The clock has a 8 day anchor movement with two weights and two counterweights.
It has an email dial with brass hands and a hour and half hour striking on a bell on the top of the clock. The clock is 100% original, completely restored and in a perfect working order.
height 2,5 m, Depth 13 cm, top is wide 48 cm, case is wide 26 cm.