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1. ## Gustav Becker

I have 2 Gustav Becker movements,Could someone with knowledge of the Gustav Becker movements explain what R P37 on one and R P48 on the front plate means and also the #27 on both rear plates? They both look like twins.Thank you
Don

2. ## Gustav Becker (RE: Donald P Bellamy)

I have 2 Gustav Becker movements,Could someone with knowledge of the Gustav Becker movements explain what R P37 on one and R P48 on the front plate means and also the #27 on both rear plates? They both look like twins.Thank you
Don

3. ## Gustav Becker (RE: Donald P Bellamy)

I'm a HUGE ( not physically ) fan of GB. Hope someone waxes knowledgeable and we'll both learn. I did my part. I put it back on toppa th' heap.

4. ## Gustav Becker (RE: Donald P Bellamy)

Hi Don,

I have a two train GB marked P64. From the flex point if the suspension spring to the center of the pendulum bob measures 25.5 inches or slightly more than 64cm. I suspect that the P37 and P48 would be the pendulum lengths for your clocks.

Joe

5. ## Gustav Becker (RE: Donald P Bellamy)

Those measurements for the P48 are 9.5" and 7" for the P37, so It may be safe to say those #'s are pendulum length. Thank you.
Don

6. ## Gustav Becker (RE: Donald P Bellamy)

Yeah DONALD: That's what I was gonna say. ( yeah - RIGHT! )