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English: Photo of a console clock made by the German royal watchmaker Louis George at Berlin. Louis George was the 'Watchmaker to the King' Frederick the Great king of Prussia in Berlin, capital of Prussia, providing watches and clocks to sovereigns all over Europe including the king of France.
Français : Réveille-matin créée par le Louis George l'horloger du roi (de Prusse) à Berlin.
Deutsch: Spätbarocke Konsolen-Uhr mit Läutwerk, hergestellt von dem deutschen Meister-Uhrmacher Louis George in Berlin (Hofuhrmacher von Friedrich dem Großen genannt "Horloger du Roy").
|Date||1 January 2005|
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