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"Conrad Felsing – was a watch and clockmaker based in Berlin. He came from a family who had been clockmakers since 1733.
It appears the family moved to Berlin in 1820 and changed their name from the original Voltzing to Felsing, probably because it was easier to inscribe on...
I saw the banner on the home page and atop about supporting NAWCC. So I performed a charity search for "National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors Inc" and parts of that, including "NAWCC" "clock", "watch", "collectors", "NAWCC, Columbia, PA"
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Hope this finds you well. I have stayed with German made clocks so far on the clock collecting journey. This looks like a small table or desk clock? I thought maybe it was c. 1920-30 with its art deco look? We would love to hear your own observations.
Thank you very much. I did find the following information.
"LFS is a Lorenz Furtwängler and Son registered trademarke.
The logo was first registered as a trade maker in 09/21/1881
and again in 01/22/1895.
The Furtwängler and Son clock factory or Uhrenfabrik (German
for clock factory...
May I introduce what might be the smallest Lorenz Furtwängler and Son clock on the LFS thread and my third clock acquisition? As a new clock collector, I am always pleased to learn more from our esteemed and knowledgeable NAWC members and look forward to your observations. Thank you.