As Eric correctly pointed this is a Kienzle movement used in a massive Kienzle torsional clocks (brass cased and wodden wall cased). But sadly some butcher work on it and and maked a swing 30 day clock :( The base with pillars are typically found in Ph Hauck clocks and Juf ones.
Hello everyone, I just bought the Kienzle Miniature acorn pendulum and looking for the rest of the clock to complete. Maybe someone have this clock not original with the pendulum newle made (or without it), and could consider sell it? I attache my pendulums pictures:
thanks for extra pictures, from what I remember and probably have somewhere on some extra computer disc I saw a complete clock with similar pendulum for sale - but it was quite long ago (4-6 years).
Where is the pendulum hook that we mount this pendulum with the spring?
Mark the pictures of Kundo 387 are of a clock that I do not own, from what I rememeber I have somewhere the pictures of one more early Kundo that was sold on ebay with a unsigned GB pendulum - need to look for it on my computer disc. For now it is 3 standard Kundo clock with this pendulums (all...