Philip Harkness
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Elephant Automaton Clock, 1600-1625, German (Augsburg), Gilt metal with enameling, Presented to the Martin D'Arcy Museum of Art by Mrs. Thomas Stamm with deep appreciation and affection in recognition of Rev. John J. Piderit, S.J., 22nd President, Loyola University Chicago, 89-03, Loyola University Museum of Art

Elephant Automaton Clock, 1600-1625, German (Augsburg), Gilt metal with enameling, Presented to the Martin D'Arcy Museum of Art by Mrs. Thomas Stamm with deep appreciation and affection in recognition of Rev. John J. Piderit, S.J., 22nd President, Loyola University Chicago, 89-03, Loyola University Museum of Art

chicken pulling rabbit sitting on egg, rabbit's ears move up and down, marked "Lehmann", original painted surface with minor chips and losses, one wheel and axle bent, working order except for one bent spoke that catches, 5 x 7 x 2-3/4"

chicken pulling rabbit sitting on egg, rabbit's ears move up and down, marked "Lehmann", original painted surface with minor chips and losses, one wheel and axle bent, working order except for one bent spoke that catches, 5 x 7 x 2-3/4"

A German silver, gilt and rock crystal pillar sun dial with calendar, serving as a complete civil and religious compendium   of time, by Wolfgang Fugger, c. 1563. Also, if you turn it just right, it opens up a hole in time and space. So be careful.

A German silver, gilt and rock crystal pillar sun dial with calendar, serving as a complete civil and religious compendium of time, by Wolfgang Fugger, c. 1563. Also, if you turn it just right, it opens up a hole in time and space. So be careful.