1774-1775 German (Neuwied) Clock at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "Below the main clock dial are the signs of the zodiac and the phases of the moon. The ring of auxiliary dials indicates the most important cities of the day (clockwise): Philadelphia. / Mexico/ Peking. / Hispahan. / Cas=Bon=Spei. [Constantinople] / Cairo. / Rom. / Lisabon/ / Londen. / St. Petersburg."
Longcase Clock, probably ca. 1675–78 Movement by Thomas Tompion (English, 1639–1713) Case: oak, veneered with oystershell-cut olivewood and marquetry panels of green-stained bone, ivory, and various woods, gilt-brass mounts; Dial: brass, partly gilded and partly silvered; Movement: brass and steel
Cartel, or Wall Clock, ca. 1735–40 Movement by Étienne I Le Noir (French) Case: soft-paste porcelain with gilt-bronze fittings; Dial: white enamel with blue numerals;The case of this one, made in the Chantilly porcelain manufactory (founded ca. 1725), reflects the taste for chinoiserie, or European evocations of Chinese art, sometimes including, as on this clock, amusing figures of "Chinamen."