Welcome to "vienna-regulators.com".

Hello. My name is Dave Blackman. Welcome to my Vienna regulators.com web site. A Vienna Regulator makes a wonderful addition to your home.  They were made with painstaking care by old world craftsmen. You have to see these clocks in person to appreciate them! In the USA, they are called Vienna regulators, but in the UK (among other places) they are usually called Vienna wall clocks.

Today they generally just don't make things with the beauty and quality of these antique Vienna regulators. However, there are very high quality reproduction Vienna regulators being made today and often passed off as "original". Sometimes these have old movements, sometimes these have old looking "new" movements. If the deal looks too good to be true, it probably is. Be careful before you buy!

If interested in clocks FOR SALE, click here!

I am a member of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors (NAWCC).  This organization promotes the science of watches and clocks.  It has regional and local meetings, which usually include an exchange of knowledge (lectures) and a "Mart".

If you would like to know more about the different styles of antique Vienna Regulator clocks follow the link below. This information is compliments of Dr. Phil Rasch. To contact Dr. Rasch directly, you can use this link: mailto:prasch@sbcglobal.net.)

Click here to learn more about the different styles of Vienna Regulators!

I am always interested in acquiring quality Vienna Regulators, and I usually have a couple of nice antique clocks on my "FOR SALE" pages.  As I "upgrade" my collection of antique clocks, I have to part with one now and again.  I would especially be interested in aquiring a Miniature, Beidermeier, or Serpentine.  I really only collect weight driven clocks, although there are some spring driven clocks on the FOR SALE pages. E-Mail me if you have something to sell, a question about a clock you may have, or just to "chat" about Vienna Regulators.

Click here to see some collectable antique Vienna regulator clocks "FOR SALE"!

  (We have updated the page already this year and some new great clocks are available, check back often for updates!)

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Do you have a Vienna regulator, but you aren't sure how to get it up and running?

Click here to see some simple suggestions for setting up your Vienna regulator.   

Three different styles of Vienna Regulators are shown below. The picture on the left is an 8 day running 3 weight biedermeier Vienna regulator, probably made about 1855 by a Viennese clockmaker named Conrad Brodsky. The middle picture is an altdeutsch style, 31 day running Vienna regulator with a built in Calendar, made about 1875 by the Austrian, Gebruder Resch factory, commonly designated as a "Remember" clock because of it's trademark. The clock on the right is an unsigned single weight, 8 day, serpentine Vienna regulator, probably made about 1865.

Biedermeier Vienna Regulator  Calendar Vienna Regulator  Serpentine Vienna Regulator


Clock Associations.

National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors

The Horological Foundation

Vienna Regulator Links.

Campbell & Archard Ltd. web site in the UK

Victor Kochaver's Beautiful Vienna Regulators of the 19th Century. Check out his great Vienna Regulator book!

Myers Park Clock Company, specialising in "Quality antique clock sales and restoration."

Gerhard Enzi's "The Old Vienna Regulator" web site!(Now in German and English!)

Steve Nelson Has Vienna Regulator Auctions (USA). Some clocks now "for sale".

Kim Bruun's Home Page

Clock Guy's German & Austrian Clocks!

Vienna Regulator site of Roman Duskanich, an Austrian Collector!

More "clock stuff" Links.

National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors

The Collectors Weekly Regulator Site

The klokhus Site of Peter Tilkema from Bakkeveen The Netherlands

John Tope's Antique Clock Repair Web Site

Antique Clocks at 2-Clicks

Internet Horology Club 185

Larry Hill's "A Place in Time" web site.

Gordon T. Uber's "Clocks and Time" page with information and links.

R. O. Schmitt Fine Arts has clock auctions.

Jeff Schierenbeck' Wooden-Gear-Clocks web site featuring wooden gear clocks, kits, and plans!

Site featuring Atomic Clocks, Ship Clocks, & Nautical Lamps

Plans for Accurate, 3-hand, Wooden Peg-gear Pendulum Clock !

Clocks Magazine Website.

Clock Resources.

Watches - Resources Link

A large selection of cuckoo clocks. Also alarm clocks, grandfather clocks and digital clocks online.

Great Collectibles Clock & Watch Website.

Clock Parts Catalog Links!

Timesavers Catalog Clock Parts!

Clockit Web Site.

Merritt's Catalog Clock Parts

Some Other Antique Links! (Most of these are in the UK)

Ronald G Chambers, English Antique Dealers

David Swanson Antiques, Petworth, UK.

Thakeham Furniture. Antique shop in Petworth UK.

Oliver Charles Antiques Ltd. Petworth, England.

Other Links.

Cleveland Indians Home Page

My Sailing Home Page

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