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It'll be nice to see the movement :)
Josef Neumann was the member of Vienna Uhrmacher Genossenschaft since 1872 and produced clocks (Durergasse 5).
HAU merger with Junghans started just in 1927. Case is the model 821/922/823 in the catalog for the year 1928.
Now I see!!! Under the half-bridges on the front plate (left and right upper corner) are visible parts of a Willmann's signature (?). Generally,...
Which confirms that's Willmann?
Weights seems to be too long, pendulum and case to short. Strange clock.
This may be a Frankenstein IMO...
Remove this gong and check if there are traces of any previous one?
And the case was made by Adolf Stern from Vienna. He had a case manufactory in Triesch.
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Yes, I'm (almost ;) ) sure.
Movement is about 20-30 years older.
The case is IMO product of Gustav Becker from Braunau/Broumov, made circa 1920. Beat scale was undoubtedly made by GB. Movement is older, in my...
Gustav Hammerl was the member of Vienna Clockmakers Society since 1879. In the year 1884 he was only (like most of Vienna clockmakers in 80') the...
In the year 1907 Doug Stevenson posted a card from the 1910 Junghans catalog.
In the middle there's similar clock in the second...
This Junghans was made in Ebensee factory (former Gebruder Resch), about the year 1901. This movement has already modified by Junghans V anchor...
Catalog from the year 1924:
In your movement Geneve stopwork (Maltese mechanism) is incomplete and bell hammer with long arm is missing (photos from net).
This is probably Anton Maier Victoria Clock Co, St Georgen.
This is FMS (Mauthe) IMO :)
Could you post photo of the movement bracket?
This is unsigned Germania IMO. Could You show the upper part of pendulum?
This is German clock, made in 1920'. Photo of the back of the movement may explain more.