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I will assume 1904.
Cases with serial numbers 96_419 and 103_513:
I don't know the manufacturer, but the dial of this clock is very similar to Austrian.
I assume this clock was made in 1899/1900.
I have in the database is the movement a little older with a gift plate 1895.
I believe this clock was made circa 1905.
All look original, nice applique on the dial and the linse of the pendulum makes this clock...
This is the Kienzle movement.
Marking DEP was used in 1892-1894 years.
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I found similar Kienzle, judging by their serial numbers (133_XXX and 145_XXX), the production date circa 1935.
The marking of this movement is Josef Gerl (1907-1931)
This movement is made by F. Mauthe.
P.S. Compare with...
My database of such movements is more than two hundred.
The smallest serial number is 0_187,
the largest is...
My GP database has 20 movements.
Three are made by the Austrian branch of F. Mauthe , two Franke, 15 by the Austrian branch of Kienzle.
This clock was made in 1920/1921 by Kienzle.
There are two Kienzle table clock
with dating 1922
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This ia a Kienzle clock, produced in the Austrian branch in Comotau
The movement is marked Kienzle
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Sulikowski - retailer.
Lauer & Kuhn [ATTACH] did not exist for long (1904-1908).
Lauer & Kuhn was a retailer.
I have four movements in the database with this...
+ post 290 with Polish forum. Zegary z monarchii austro-węgierskiej - strona 15 - ZEGARY
Very similar movement