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    Default Re: Post your JUNGHANS clocks here (By: Kevin W.)

    Sorry Damian,
    I do not have a catalogue with your clock in it.


    Harold,
    I also do not have any catalogue with your clock.

    Vic

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    Default Re: Post your JUNGHANS clocks here (By: any400day)

    No movement details as i forgot to write them down when i had it apart, but it was built first half of 1906:


    Chris

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    Default Re: Post your JUNGHANS clocks here (By: chimeclockfan)

    I Have a Jughans B21 with the letter J Wall Clock . I would like to know more about it . Bob Hawkins

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    Default Re: Post your JUNGHANS clocks here (By: Robert.hawkins)

    Welcome to the NAWCC message board! There are many knowledgeable people here that are willing to help you.

    If you can post some pictures it will help identify your clock.

    Best,

    Richard T.

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    Default Re: Post your JUNGHANS clocks here (By: Richard T.)

    Hi, Robert, welcome. From the number B21, we can tell you that your clock was made in the second half of 1921. With a picture we might be able to give more information. Junghans was probably the largest clock company in the world at this time.
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    Default Re: Post your JUNGHANS clocks here (By: harold bain)

    Here's one I just pick up yesterday for overhaul. I told the client the clock was probably 1900 to 1910, just based on the case design, and penduum bob. It appeared to me to be late period Eastlake, and the geometrics on the bob show the trend toward the Arts and Crafts Movement in furniture design.

    When I got the movement out of it this morning, I was proven correct. It is a B09 movement, which I take to be the latter half of 1909. What is the significance of the 041/2 on the upper left of the rear plate?
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    Default Re: Post your JUNGHANS clocks here (By: Dave B)

    Forgot to upload the picture of the bob. Here 'tis.
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    Default Re: Post your JUNGHANS clocks here (By: Dave B)

    Dave, it looks like an early version of what evolved into the typical "box" clock of the 20's and 30's. I think the 41 would be pendulum length in cm's.
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    Default Re: Post your JUNGHANS clocks here (By: harold bain)

    I have got an Junghans clock with mechanism B 09 see pictures but it looks a bit different to the ones I have seen here .

    I bought mine on ebay about two weeks ago and I am very happy with it. The only problem I had so far was that it took me long time to get the clock settle but now seems ok . One think I can't work out is how to I set it to strike the quaters correctly at the moment it strikes about 1 minute before is due.

    Many thanks

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    Default Re: Post your JUNGHANS clocks here (By: maxperondi)

    Max, the minute hand is on a bushing that needs to be reset. See this thread for some instructions: http://mb.nawcc.org/showthread.php?t=50108
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    Default Re: Post your JUNGHANS clocks here (By: harold bain)

    Thanks.
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    Default Re: Post your JUNGHANS clocks here (By: harold bain)

    Quote Originally Posted by harold bain View Post
    Dave, it looks like an early version of what evolved into the typical "box" clock of the 20's and 30's. I think the 41 would be pendulum length in cm's.
    The number is not 41. I guess my description left a little to be desired. It is oh-four and one half. I have attached a photograph of the numbers.

    The pendulum measures 15 3/4 inches from the bottom of the suspension spring to the bottom of the rating screw. My HP46 calculator tells me that 15.75" = 40.005cm.

    So I am still wondering what the numbers are supposed to mean.
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    Default Re: Post your JUNGHANS clocks here (By: Dave B)

    Dave,

    I think it is “104˝” which is the BPM or Pendel Schwingungen which is quite typical for your W74 movement.
    A clock that is very similar to yours is listed as “Francfort” or “Frankfurt” Model #6465 in the French 1910 Junghans catalogue which is attached.

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    Default Re: Post your JUNGHANS clocks here (By: any400day)

    I bought this one last year from a local seller, took some photos and packed it away without looking at it again. It really deserves to be serviced and set going, on display. Does the B42 code mean it was made in 2nd half of 1942? I thought it looked to be older.

    Anything else you can tell me about it would be of great interest.

    Kind Regards
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    Default Re: Post your JUNGHANS clocks here (By: hugha)

    Hi All,

    Attached photos of Junghans A07. Pictures are not the best quality cause I forgot my camera and did it with phone cam. The top part is missing
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