Welcome at pigeonclocks.com, the online pigeon clock museum.
With pictures of over 250 different pigeon clocks this is the most extended site you will
find on this subject on the internet. The pictures you will find on this website are taken
from my own collection and from other collections. My guess is that is covers 95% of all
the pigeon clocks that were ever made.
About this site:
If you want more than just the pictures on this website, you will have to buy my book on pigeon clocks: Constateurs.
I have worked 10 years on this book and it has become the standard work. You will not only find pictures
of the pigeon clocks, but also much more extra information. Unfortunatly at the moment this book is only available
If you want to have an idea how the book looks like, visit the unknown brands
If you want to use pictures from my website I don't mind as long
as you keep the www.pigeonclocks.com intact.
If you are looking at the pigeon clocks you will notice some information like this:
BJ: ca. 1920
This means the following:
C# = Catalog number (note that these numbers are different from the previous site)
#D = Number of pigeons that can be clocked. This can be a number, but also:
K = the clock has no drum, but seperate cards where the pigeon number was
written down or the rubber race ring was attached to.
E = the clock has no drum, but an endless paperroll where the pigeon number
was written down.
BJ = Building year
If you have questions or pigeonclocks for sale, please mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your time, and enjoy the site!