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    Default Post your Lenzkirch clocks here.

    1 weight Lenzkirch Vienna wall regulator, 1876 era .

    Check out your serial number.Lenzkirch serial numbers
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    Default Post your Lenzkirch clocks here. (By: Mike306p/Ansoniaman)

    2 weight Lenzkirch Vienna wall regulator,1880 era.

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    Default Post your Lenzkirch clocks here. (By: Mike306p/Ansoniaman)

    Serial # 454002. 1870's. 15 day.
    Time only spring driven.
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    Default Post your Lenzkirch clocks here. (By: Mike306p/Ansoniaman)

    Lenzkirch Spring Regulator No. 48, Open escapement, 15 day movement. Circa 1875



    Right: Lenzkirch No. 365 1 WT, time only, 8 day, Circa 1875.





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    Default Post your Lenzkirch clocks here. (By: Mike306p/Ansoniaman)

    Lenzkirch Vienna Regulator
    Kaiserslautern, Germany
    I purchased this here and need to refinish it.
    Movement has been serviced and runs perfectly.
    Is a solid brass hammer original? Refinishing it, I really don't want to ruin the value by over refinishing/repairing the appearance issues.
    Any suggestions?
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    Default Post your Lenzkirch clocks here. (By: Mike306p/Ansoniaman)

    I recently sold a 9 foot tall Lenzkirch musical open well, tall case clock. It had a Polyphon Disc Music Box in the base, and was set up to play on the hour. If I could figure out to post an image here, I would.

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    Default Post your Lenzkirch clocks here. (By: Mike306p/Ansoniaman)

    Hi Steve I would like to see your clock photos. If you can send me the photo I will post or check out how to make a Flickr account and post yourself through the easy directions at the top of this clock site, titled how to post . Mike chevyragtop57@aol.com
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    Default Post your Lenzkirch clocks here. (By: Mike306p/Ansoniaman)

    I hate to say this but, at a distance this piece looks OK, but there are some serious problems with the black corner pieces on the door. They have exposure problems, deep cracking and shrinkage, and a chunk missing from the upper left corner black piece (I have no idea what to call them). Other than stripping them and filling in the cracks and refinish the surface, I really don't know what to do. The finials are prestine. Would you like a larger pic of each area of intrest? I would hate to ruin this piece over my ambition to (near/not expecting) perfection.

    Thanks Scotty.

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    Default Post your Lenzkirch clocks here. (By: Mike306p/Ansoniaman)

    Here is a photo of Steve's , Lenzkirch clock .

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    Default Post your Lenzkirch clocks here. (By: Mike306p/Ansoniaman)

    Ok sounds good to me. Thanks, Mike
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    Default Post your Lenzkirch clocks here. (By: Mike306p/Ansoniaman)

    Wow Mike! Now you are singing my song! My question is, "How many pictures do I post?" Steve


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    Default Post your Lenzkirch clocks here. (By: Mike306p/Ansoniaman)

    Scottie, I think he did!! I had to wipe the drool off my keyboard. That is a beautiful collection, Steve. Thanks for sharing :biggrin:
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    Default Post your Lenzkirch clocks here. (By: Mike306p/Ansoniaman)

    Here is my model 366 and it's little twin, the model 50. Steve


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    Default Post your Lenzkirch clocks here. (By: Mike306p/Ansoniaman)

    Simply put, NICE !
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    Default Post your Lenzkirch clocks here. (By: Mike306p/Ansoniaman)

    Next up is the model 72 and model 5. Steve


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