Help determine the time of production chronometer, N-7362.
Yes, these clock look a bit awkward, but it is not intended for home.
These clocks were made from the 50s -90s, and placed in office administrative buildings.
This clock is made in the 4 th quarter of 1973.
Moving made of thick brass and has a nickel coating.
I want to show you Jantar longcase clock, made in Russia during the Soviet period.
Perhaps many see it in the first, and it will be interesting.
Case veneered mahogany.
Movement of high quality and has 6 Shaton.
All the same, I doubt that this case is the original.
The case is made very unprofessional.
I can assume that this case is the original, but during the operation he underwent a large poor-quality repairs.
In the photo it is very difficult to determine.
I'm not saying that Vienna regulator, just it's very similar to this.
Here are photos for comparison, one with the Vienna regulator, the other with the movement of the bronze clock. Gong clock signed F Kunz in Wien.