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Thermostat clocks. They were used to change the temperature adjustment at a certain time. The "key" is a thermometer made in France.

Thermostat clocks
 
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Bucherer musical alarm clock on left, birdcage clock on right, unusual clock in middle.

Assorted clocks
 
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Lux shelf cuckoo.

Lux shelf cuckoo
 
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This is the timer for a Verdin electronic Carillon.

Verdin Carillon
 
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This is a small Dutch clock made by John Warmink. He abreviated the name of his company "Wuba". This is burled Walnut, I think. Nice clock but very small. Moon dial and bim-bam strike.

Wuba 1
 
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Wuba rear.

Wuba 2
 
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Wuba dial.

Wuba dial
 
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Space shuttle watch, "Space 2000", quartz.

Space 2000
 
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I Can Tell Time child's watch. The teeter-totter is on the escapement. It actually works, for a while.

I Can Tell Time
 
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Miniature version of the Flying Ball Clock. This one was made in Japan. It only has an hour hand. Ball and cord are missing on this one.

Andy

flying ball miniature 1
 
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Side view of same clock (1970s I think).

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