Augenwender or Moving Eye Wall Clock, Neustadt, Germany, c. 1860, hinged ebonized picture frame case with brass line inlay over the painted metal figure whose eyes move from side to side as the clock ticks, 5-in. enamel roman numeral dial, fifteen-day time and hour- and half-hour-strike spring-powered movement with recoil escapement, marked "X Weisenberg in Neustadt," regulated by a pendulum, ht. 16 in.
Currently ticks and strikes.
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