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I'm betting on 1914.
I agree, the difference between them is circa 40 years.
Only two Austrian firms Gebr. Resch and Franke had large serial numbers.
Another Franke 200_640:
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I found two pics of similar flies in the Franke folder:
A lot of information about this company on the Polish forum Zegary...
According to the table Post Your Gustav Becker Clocks Here, this movement 246221 was made in Freiburg in 1880.
Kurt, this movement has a six-digit serial number, which according to John's table is 1880.
The movement of your clock was made by Kienzle (Austrian branch in Comotau) for Carl Gronemann.
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I don't know who the manufacturer is, but I can show similar movements. Unfortunately, they are also unsigned.
Andyjon100, is there an inscription on the basis of the gong?
This clock was made by the Austrian branch of Kienzle in Comotau circa 1900 year.
The Austrian Kienzle is very easy to identify by the numbers in...
Mauthe had a similar typo in 1904.
At that time, the patent numbers were mixed up, instead of 212065 on the movement of 215065:
I understood the error in this patent 127224.
DRP is printed, but you need to look for it among DRGM patents.
Found this patent...
This movement is made by "Schlenker & Kienzle" ~ in 1910.
The signature "NON PLUS ULTRA" is often found on "Schlenker & Kienzle"...
This is Schlenker & Kienzle 1897 year.
Here is a picture from the catalog for 1912:
Here are the early versions:
I have a lot of statistics on Schlenker & Kienzle (nearly 3000 movements).
The numbering was not continuous as Gustav Becker and...
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The hands GB-design on the movement of Carl Bohm Vienna Regulator - Questions
I guess that my English (Google-translate product) may be confusing.
This is fashion, it touched many things.
For example, the divisions of...