WINTERHALDER & HOFMIER

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Winterhalder and Hofmeier are possibly the most famous of the German Victorian clockmakers. The firm was started by Anton Winterhalder in Schwarzenbach, Germany in 1810, taking Anton Hofmeier into partnership in 1850, with the business finally closing on the death of Winterhalder's last son Linus in 1910.

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10' Walnut Dial Clock
A late 19th Century 10" diameter dial clock. It has a walnut pegged case, with a lower cock-beaded inspection door. It has a brass bezel that surro...
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Edwardian Oak Timepiece Mantel Clock
A small solid oak cased mantel clock, dating to the Edwardian period. It has an arch top case with a reeded door and a floral carving to the arch a...
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Late Victorian Striking Bracket Clock
A late victorian solid oak bracket clock of small proportions. It has a break-arch top with brass corner finials reeded quarter side piliasters an...
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Oak Five Glass Westminster Chime Bracket Clock
An impressive Edwardian oak five glass bracket clock, having a solid oak case, with five glazed panels. It has a silvered dial with a regulation an...
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Small Oak Mantel Clock
A small solid light oak mantel clock. It has a rectangular case with a flat top with a molded top and base edge. The square brass dial has a silver...
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