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Yes. This is the serial number of the movement. LFS did not use consecutive numbering for all types of their movements (they probably tried to do...
Hello Cutmyself. Your clock was manufactured in the first decade of the last century. 126 caliber movement with count wheel was one of the most...
the earliest document showing such type of clock from LFS that I have is their Musterbuch published in 189x. But cases of that (or...
The clock looks exactly as mine. Did you keep the record of movement serial number?
But why model 1014 - is it stamped somewhere?
Could you please post a picture with the whole clock?
And one more, unfortunately pix quality is poor:
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[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] Not exactly similar, but... This case is also with acoustic chamber for better sound:
Your LFS clock is the only one from this trade house that I saw (I am keeping records on all the LFS instances that appear in the network). So it...
As for myself, I am absolutely sure.
Here is an example of LFS clock sold in Russia by the famouse trade house Paul Bure (Павелъ Буре in Russian)....
I assume you have figured out the maker already. I think this clock was produced in the beginning of XX century before WWI. The...