Condition Report For Lot# 707 :
(1) the brightly colored figure is in nice condition, with a chip on the base. The clock winds but the little pendulum is absent. Ht 18"; (2) Not tested; (3) & (4) The multicolor prints are in nice condition; one is titled "La Tour de l'Horloge", one is "Rue de la Grosse Horloge". One frame shows some tarnish; the other is fine. The balance-wheel battery movements were not tested. 9 1/2" x 8 1/4"; (5) the nicely carved large case is in very good undamaged condition, and there is partial paper label on the rear door. The movement has cast plates, it ticks and strikes, and its bellows have been recently renewed. Ht of case 16 1/2"; (6) the paint on the clock case has dulled but remains glossy on the separate bracket. The large white enamel dial is fine, and the gold accents show some slight wear. The fancy hands, with decorative tips, are unusual. The unsigned square movement ticks and strikes, but not tested long term. Ht 19 1/2", bracket adds 7" (7) This novelty is in overall excellent original condition, complete with all numerals and original mouse that still has its tail. The "1" with the 12 has been cleaned and refit, so its color is different. The German 4-jewel movement ticks briefly, and the mainspring felt dry when winding. With this model, you have to be careful when hanging, not to let your wall nail contact the balance platform. Ht 25"; (8) Barometer case diameter is 9 1/2"