Wall Clocks for Sale
recently purchased the 24,000 square foot antique shop of long time
Dallas antique dealer Albert Copeland. Albert died and the
estate wished to sell the entire property, building and all, packed with
fine continental antiques and literally hundreds and hundreds of fine
Vienna regulator style antique wall clocks, the majority of which had never been
unpacked since their import in the late sixties and early seventies!
Albert lived in Vienna and had associates running his antique shop in
Dallas, what he enjoyed was buying fine antiques and shipping them back
to the U.S., he was "on the ground" in Vienna during a time when fine
antiques were inexpensive and plentiful, so he bought and bought and
bought. Now you
have a chance to benefit from Albert's purchases. We
have sold the building in Dallas, and we have auctioned off and
otherwise sold all of the fine continental antiques, other than the
clocks. All of the Vienna style wall clocks have been moved to Eureka
Springs where they are being unpacked for resale. We are finding some really amazing clocks -
these wonderful European antique clocks are as much as six feet
tall and many are elaborately decorated. Untouched for forty years.
We will be slowly adding examples of the antique clocks to this website. In the
meantime, we invite your calls and visits to see the clocks. We have
about 125 hung upstairs in our shop and several hundred unpacked
downstairs. We are interested in individual sales or package sales of
multiples of clocks for those of you who want to instantly bulk up your
collection or want to buy for resale. We are prepared to offer very
attractive prices for larger transactions. So either contact us or watch
this site as we add clocks to it.
Condition: All clocks
are offered in as found condition and are not guaranteed. We
not clock experts. All we have done is clean off 40 years of
accumulated dust and dirt and the packing residue (that
excelsior sure can be hard to get out!). Bits and pieces of
clock cases may be missing or damaged. We really know nothing
about the mechanisms. We will try to help you in your selection
as much as we can, but we strongly recommend you visit us in
person for your selection(s).
Prices: We are
also not antique clock price experts. We are willing to talk about any
of the prices we have cited on these clock webpages.
|Quantity Discounts: We
have a lot of these antique wall clocks, hundreds and hundreds of them - we
are eager to talk with dealers or collectors about multiple
We are offering the following quantity discounts:
Buy Two Or More
Antique Clocks -
Take a 10% Discount
Buy Five or More Antique Clocks - Take a 15% Discount
Buy Ten or More Antique Clocks - Call And Let's Talk!
Do You Want To Really Be In The Fine
Antique Clock Business:
have something over 1350 clocks left
from the original Albert Copeland
hoard of about 1750 clocks. 125 or
so are shown on our web site, the
rest are in our bulk storage area.
The majority have tops, some don't
have tops but we also have a number
of "orphan" tops that can be matched
up. In addition we have perhaps 75
movements. All of these are Austrian
and German wall clocks from the 1850
- 1920 period. We will sell the
entire hoard of 1350 clocks plus the
mechanisms for a single lot price of
$700,000. Less than $525 per clock.
This would provide a tremendous long
term annuity if you sold the clocks
off slowly over the coming years.