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Many thanks, John!
I post the photo, certainly.
Help, please. Now I have a simple movement (the usual standard enamel dial, the standard arrow and enamel pendulum. without case).
Think that's site:
Thank you, John!
Yes, indeed, the pendulum a bit short, but, IMHO, this mechanism was originally installed in this case (I've seen similar...
Hi all. Here is a simple GB clock for restoration. Can you please tell them after the 1920's or earlier? Regards, Vadim.
This case is likely to GB (with Universal gong). Movement and gong installed from other clock.
Thanks very much, John.
My supposition - movement was supplied to Russia (1910-1920 judging to on a type and low quality of movement - some steel...
spring-driven movement with a low number
spring-driven movement with a low number - why? (1920?)
(unfortunately, without case and dial)....
Thank you, Jonathan,
I also think so, although it would be
desirable more old :):):)
I was embarrassed by a
low number :)
Number on a movement and back side of dial - 7179. But a clock on style does not look old. It 1855-75 or 1915-1920???
See please, saw who such watch with balance? It is correct this?
Excuse me for the delay with answer.
I have a wall clock with movement KIENZLE (logo: wing and dial).
And presently I restore wall clock, which...
Help, please, to identify a wall clock (patent of KIENZLE). Nowhere I can find a logo:(