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Antique 8 Day Maritime Waltham Deck Chronometer Clock Max Kuner Co. Seattle For Sale
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8 Day Maritime Waltham Deck Chronometer Clock in Box
This sale is for a late 19th - early 20th century Waltham maritime ship's deck chronometer clock in box. It was sold by Max Kuner Co. Seattle. It comes with 2 keys. The clock is working, butit has been in storage for years and we believe it will need to be cleaned and/or serviced upon receipt.
The case opens in two places. One layer shows the clock under a layer of glass. The second opening allows you to touch the clock.
Max Kuner, the son of a German immigrant, came to believe Seattle was an ideal place to establish a business catering to the navigation needs of ships calling on the port. His "Max Kuner Company" opened in 1897. The lettering in the windows announced: "Nautical Instruments, compasses adjusted, chronometer and watch maker." The business also specialized in nautical charts and publications.
This piece comes from our client's family - her father and great grandfather were ship captains.
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Antique 8 Day Maritime Waltham Deck Chronometer Clock Max Kuner Co. Seattle: $810