A few weeks ago I aquired a KIENZLE clock with a temperature compensating pendulum.
As can be seen in the photos, the pendulum was unfortunately no longer complete.
In the last photo, the pendulum is optically like the original.
My statement focuses on "optically".
Since the effect of...
Thank you for the interest and the comments.
John in Your comment, You say You haven't seen any Würth clocks with such a design.
However, I have photos of such clocks with the board 1049A and the Würth pendulum.
In THE REPAIR GUIDE, I changed the manufacturer of Plate 1049A from JUF to...
Here are some photos of a new member in my collection.
It seems that this clock, and others looking like, are been sold by various manufacturers.
Notice the movement made by Hauck with the low serial number.
Some times ago I bought another clock for a friend of mine with a movement...
You are right. It is definitly no BRASS!
It is no iron, because it is not magnetic.
After testing the top cover on it's underside, the material is silvery and softI
It's probably tin, or, at best zinc die casting.
At this point I present a few photos
from my new KERN (K. u S. M IV Plate 1406G).
The special feature of this clock is the triangular (hexagonal) case.
I suspect that the brass castings are electrogalvanised gold-plated.
Who can tell me the easiest way to test?
Today I would like to introduce my recently acquired clock from J. Link (plate No. 1315).
The clock is not necessarily my taste! But I am a collector.
The photos speak for themselves.
Important for me is the pendulum. It seems to be quite rare. (Four Ladies)
I only had one photo with...
Now that I also have a clock with the ominous letters on the board,
I would like to participate in the discussion with a contribution.
First, the photo below shows that the letters waren't necessary punched with the same tools.
The size, determined by me only by photos, seems...