There is a great label marked Berlin, as is the movement. The case measures 17 1/2 inches wide, 13 inches high and just over 6 1/2 inches deep. The movement is 8 days time and strike with a gong for the hours and a bell for the half hours. The clock was featured in the 1913 and 1918 catalogues.

This great looking clock was no doubt a popular model and consequently production was probably higher than most other Pequegnat mantel clocks of its day. Due to that popularity this Pequegnat clock is one of the easier to find, although not the cheapest to buy.