Mike - they're stunning.I have this lot in my office/study.
If you want something to keep you awake I recommend a vintage Seiko Transistor pendulum regulator wall clock. I got mine four years ago and it has a case similar to a 30 day wind up clock but is powered by a couple of D cell batteries that power the pendulum by electromagnetic induction by a couple of coils switched by a simple transistor.
Interesting clock in that the pendulum powers the gear train. Once regulated by adjusting the length of the pendulum it is accurate and a pair of batteries last a long time, I have not replaced mine yet. It strikes the hour but can be a bit noisy as the hammer is fired at the rods by an solenoid, usually at 11 or 12 when I am on the phone.
The hippy flowers were on mine when I got it, left them on as they cheer me up.
The 30 day clock is a Rhythm, very similar to a Seiko 30 day clock. I had three Seiko's but sold them, tried to sell the Rhythm too but no one wanted it, sounds nicer though so I kept it.
The carriage clocks are ones I restored and serviced, not wall clocks but can be accurately tuned if they are in good condition.
The Kundo Transistor pendulum clock was restored a few years ago and replaced the battery carrier and some corroded wiring, works on the same principle as the Seiko Transistor pendulum clock.
I also have three torsion clocks that I restored, two Gustav Beckers and a Badische. I had 25 of them at one point. Finally I have a modern battery powered quartz wall clock that has a synchronous movement with a smooth sweep.
I have a few other clocks around the house and in the roof waiting for a rainy day.
You've got a great collection.
I remember working on such when I did my apprenticeship particularly.
Nice to see photos of Polly too ;-)