Clock and Watch Gallery Pictures

It was not until the eighteenth century that the traditional timepieces in the Forbidden City were replaced by modern timekeepers. Most clocks on display were made in Great Britain, but some are from France, Switzerland or even China. The clocks of various shapes, styles and delicate designs, were not only practical, daily tools, but also artifacts. Videos of the working principles of these horologiums are shown in the hall.

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Questions & Answers on Clock and Watch Gallery Pictures
Asked by Ken Goldman from USA | Jul. 28, 2012 17:58Reply
Can I buy a couple of photos of a specific clock in the Forbidden city museum?
I am interested in the clock shaped like a birdcage. I would like to get a few photos from different angels--as I am restoring
a similar clock. If there is a possibility of getting a couple of shots of the mechanism, I would gladly
pay any costs involved.
Answers (1)
Answered by TravelChinaGuide | Aug. 07, 2012 20:29
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Dear Ken,

Glad to tell you that our company provides this kind of photos. You may find a button with "Buy The Picture" in this page under the photo you like. Just click the button and our operator will contact you soon to tell you the details.

Best wishes,
TravelChinaGuide
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