Arnaud, F., Paris
Arnaud, F[rère]s, Paris

According to Paul Bellamy, 2015, p. 83, Arnaud was clock maker in Paris, rue Contance 86, in the year in 1830.

A very early musical movement survives in the National Museum van Speelklok tot Pierement, Utrecht, bearing this name stamped deeply into the brass bedplate. The movement has a V-type comb with bass at each end, treble in the middle.

Baillie lists an Antoine Arnaud from Paris as a watchmaker c. 1780-1812.

Tardy (vol. 1, p. 186) shows a Louis XV clock signed Arnaud à Paris with the note that he became a Master in 1780.

(Ord-Hume, Musical Boxes, p. 291)


See a mouvement with 20 section à 5 teeth, which can be dated eartlier than 1830

Another movement was presumably made by Aubert