Thanks Eckmill and you other gentlemen for your reply. I'll add I am familiar with other Jauch movements and also Emporer Cases however this clock case is about seven feet tall maybe maple outshines many I have worked on. The plates are much thicher than any Jauch and I must agree I have not had...
Thanks for your reply, there are no names on the dial and the case is about seven feet tall maybe maple has removeable top like most Grandmother cases. Movement has heave plates. Any ideal what it might be worth?
I got a call from a man who ask if I might be able to help. He inherited Grandfather clock. On the back of the movement was JAUNCH made in Western Germamny.
Can anyone identify the clock or knows anything about it.
Any help would be appreciated.
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Thank you shutterbug for your help I think you solved the problem. I have cleaned and repaired quite a number grandfather clocks but this is the first Kieninger with the nonsequential chime I have worked on.
Thanks Again. Dan
A customer would like to know something about her clock. Her brother gave it to her and said it was 200 hundred years old. The markings on the clock are.
a circle with small flowers inside and wings on both sides.
Under that, D R Patent 125805
Any help would be appreciated. Dan Paxton...
Can anyone help me indentify a clock movement. On the front plate there is a dianond inside a circle with what appears to be "J.". It does half and hour strike. Your help would be appreciated.
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Hi Don, I'm sorry it has taken me awhile to thank you for your respond to my request, the wife were off celebrating our 50th wedding anniversary however I really appreciate the information you gave me.
Thanks again. Dan Paxton North Fork,CA