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Tatyana, thanks for the patent documents of the Astor Gong.
We know that around 1900 clock factory Angenstein was Switzerland's only clock...
I think your clock was made by Erhard Jauch in Schwenningen in the 1930s.
But please measure the dimensions of thear back...
As far as we know, at Angenstein movements were never manufactured or assembled, but all the movements were bought from Germany by different...
it is a movement by Thomas E. Haller in Schwenningen.
The company Haller has exported many clocks / movements to England, but it had...
Tahnk you Burkhard.
Information about Johannes Bürk (1819-1872) and his guardsman clocks can be found in the "Lexikon der Deutschen...
It is a portable guardsman clock.
These clocks have inside a writing tape, on which the patrol of the guardsman is documented. To do this, the...
Thanks for your answer, Tatyana.
You call a collaboration between A. Willmann & Co. and Kienzle in 1896. That's what I'm talking about.
Freischwinger-Clock with VFU-Willmann-logo, Serial number 1 375 701
As an interim result we note that so far all...
I am also curious what our experts will say. I prefer Kienzle.
And for Kienzle movements we have an expert: Tatyana.
Here the logo in slightly better view. The serial number is surprisingly low ...
Does anyone know the manufacturer of the movement?...
Chris, a good idea; the juxtaposition shows some significant differences in the dial and movement.
Yes, I forgot to mention it´s a surrer-movement. I woul date it 1870/80.
Chris, what about the dimensions of the movement: Are they typical for...
Chris, I think the dial is original but I can only say guesses about your clock:
I´d say your clock was not made in Black Forest, but more in the...
this clock is really not a typical BF-clock: Neither the movement, nor the dial. Especially the movement has some atypical features...
Congrats! A Vienna made in Württemberg!
Movement with VFU-Prussian Eagle Logo. Serial Number 1 359 789.
Sorry, no more pics of this movement.
Jan, you found wonderful sources about Buxweiler! Congrats!
Thank you for sharing!
What does the back look like? And can you show us more photos? Thank you!
Jan, thanks for the hints. There are certain deviations in the information, but this is due to the fact that the company Fürderer, Jägler & Cie....