Experts in the Historical Diving arena say they know of only one other.
This one was sold by private treaty to one of our customers.
After a period of about 1 year this movement was transferred to London and was lost in oblivion.
This is not true of tubular bell clocks in general and Herschede clocks to be specific.
This is due to the fact that these clocks were very expensive and very few people were able to afford them.
Secondly, it is important to understand that there are very few people who can say they have significant experience with these large, somewhat complex tubular bell mechanisms.
There are many common clocks that pass through the average repair shop over and over again allowing a repairman to gain a great deal of experience over a relatively short period of time.
we have the expertise to keep your heirloom clock running trouble free for years to come.