The "Berlin" model was featured in the 1904, 1913 and 1918 catalogues. This oak clock is 10 1/2 inches high, 15 1/2 inches wide and 6 1/2 inches deep. The movement is an 8 day time and strike. it strikes the hours on the gong and the half hour on the bell.

The oak versions of the clock are considered to be some of the more common Pequegnat's (obviously a pretty little clock that would of been a good seller), but is also said to have been produced in black as well as forest green, these two could certainly be classified as rare and hard to find.

In 1916, due to anti-German sentiment due to World War I, the clocks name was changed to "Berlyn" and this particular clock is also rare and very hard to find.