Breguet made many clocks of these types but no two clocks are identical. Some of the differences can be small, however one should note that Breguet considered each clock an individual piece.
The present clock has the striking work and alarm barrel on the backplate and can be viewed through the glass door. The silvered dial features Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds at 12 o’clock and the calendar work is towards the bottom of the clock.
These travelling Breguet clocks with gilt movements are finished to an extremely high standard and attention to detail. They represent Breguet’s finest grade of carriage clock and sold typically between 4,000 to 6,000 Francs. All clocks were fitted into red leather covered carrying case. The top can be opened and the front removed. When travelling, the repetition button can be exposed by sliding aside a metal cover at the top. These boxes, just like the clock inside, are made to a very high standard and finish and all metal fittings are gilted.
These Breguet travelling clock is in extremely well preserved condition and so to its travelling case.
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