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The Herschede Hall Clock Company's Tubular bell models are
truly the finest clocks ever made in America.
Contact Marko for details on any of these clocks. Note that nine-tube movements play three melodies (Westminster, Whittington, and Canterbury); five-tube movements play only one melody (Westminster).
A very rare and beautiful clock, with a nine-tube movement.
Detail of Wellington fine cabinetry
Detail of Wellington face
This is one of the last Herschede Hall Clocks produced, with a movement designed and used only in the last year before the Herschede Company stopped producing new clocks in 1983 and only finished assembly of clocks
already in production.
This clock is one of the last 650 manufactured. This, along with the also-rare, optional 3-vial simulated mercury pendulum, makes it a very rare and
highly-collectible clock. With nine-tube movement.
Detail of Christopher Columbus face
Detail of Christopher Columbus 3-vial pendulum
1920's Petite models by Herschede are approx. 76" tall and designed for smaller homes or apartments. Also rare, this clock has a five-tube movement.
Detail of Petite Model 400 face
Made in the 1920's. Five-tube movement.
Herschede Hall Clock Model 217: Nine-tube movement, 1940's. $3,500.00
Herschede Hall Clock Model 217: Electric five-tube movement, 1940's. $2,000.00
Herschede Hall Clock Whittier Model 217: Five-tube movement, 1970's. $2,000.00