Hermle Vintage Chime Mantel Clock

Old Hermle Key-wound Chime Mantel Clock

This beautiful German Hermle Mantel clock is in fair condition with average age crazing, insides are clean missing pendulum and key,  it is used and untested, sold as is. Manufactured in Wiesbaden, Germany, this key-wound clock is old and has plenty of collectible eye appeal. Measures approx 21 x 8 x 5 1/2 inches.  We were unable to locate specific information about this clock other than similar Hermle clocks sell for $600 to $1800.

From the Hermle History Page

Nearly one hundred years ago, Franz Hermle began manufacturing and selling mechanical clocks. In 1922, Franz Hermle founded the Franz Hermle Clock Company in Gosheim/Wuerttemberg, Germany. Within ten years the company became known as one of the most modern and efficient manufacturers of clock movements in the clock industry. Franz Hermle and his sons' dedication weathered the effects of WWII and made Franz Hermle and Sohn, prosper while other companies capitulated.

The founder, Franz Hermle, died in 1953 and left a modern and prosperous operation to his sons Gebhard, Alfred, Hans and Heinrich Hermle. They have continued to build the company into a worldwide leader in the manufacturing of clocks, and mechanical clock movements.

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Hermle Vintage Chime Mantel Clock

Old Hermle Key-wound Chime Mantel Clock

This beautiful German Hermle Mantel clock is in fair condition with average age crazing, insides are clean missing pendulum and key,  it is used and untested, sold as is. Manufactured in Wiesbaden, Germany, this key-wound clock is old and has plenty of collectible eye appeal. Measures approx 21 x 8 x 5 1/2 inches.  We were unable to locate specific information about this clock other than similar Hermle clocks sell for $600 to $1800.

From the Hermle History Page

Nearly one hundred years ago, Franz Hermle began manufacturing and selling mechanical clocks. In 1922, Franz Hermle founded the Franz Hermle Clock Company in Gosheim/Wuerttemberg, Germany. Within ten years the company became known as one of the most modern and efficient manufacturers of clock movements in the clock industry. Franz Hermle and his sons’ dedication weathered the effects of WWII and made Franz Hermle and Sohn, prosper while other companies capitulated.

The founder, Franz Hermle, died in 1953 and left a modern and prosperous operation to his sons Gebhard, Alfred, Hans and Heinrich Hermle. They have continued to build the company into a worldwide leader in the manufacturing of clocks, and mechanical clock movements.