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    LFS Wall Clock Date Made

    Many thanks for posting pictures of the back! As for the caliber number it must be 116. Here is one of examples of the clock with 116 movement with clearly visible 116 stamp. Nick
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    LFS Wall Clock Date Made

    It would be nice if you take a look at the rear wall of the case from the outside (or better make a picture). It may have some stamps showing the catalog number and movement caliber number. As I can see the case of your clock looks very similar to the clock No. 789 from the pre-WW1 catalog...
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    Post your LFS clocks here

    Yes. This is the serial number of the movement. LFS did not use consecutive numbering for all types of their movements (they probably tried to do that during their last years). Regarding numbers on the back of the case: 730 stands for catalog number of the case. Unfortunately, I still was not...
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    Post your LFS clocks here

    Hello Cutmyself. Your clock was manufactured in the first decade of the last century. 126 caliber movement with count wheel was one of the most widely produced by LFS these years. The crown seems not to be fully original (although I may be too suspicious) and it is missing upper finial. Anyway...
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    Post your LFS clocks here

    Hello Joedy860, the earliest document showing such type of clock from LFS that I have is their Musterbuch published in 189x. But cases of that (or similar) type remained in their manufacturing line until the end of their history. Due to some details I guess your clock was manufactured in the end...
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    Post your LFS clocks here

    The clock looks exactly as mine. Did you keep the record of movement serial number? My clock:
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    Post your LFS clocks here

    Good evening! But why model 1014 - is it stamped somewhere? Could you please post a picture with the whole clock? Kind regards, Nick
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    Post your LFS clocks here

    And one more, unfortunately pix quality is poor:
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    Post your LFS clocks here

    Not exactly similar, but... This case is also with acoustic chamber for better sound:
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    Post your LFS clocks here

    Your LFS clock is the only one from this trade house that I saw (I am keeping records on all the LFS instances that appear in the network). So it appears to be a rare piece.
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    Post your LFS clocks here

    As for myself, I am absolutely sure. Here is an example of LFS clock sold in Russia by the famouse trade house Paul Bure (Павелъ Буре in Russian). On the back wall of the case we can see LFS' catalog number of the clock (802), LFS' movement caliber number (128) while on the dial there is a...
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    Post your LFS clocks here

    Good morning. I assume you have figured out the maker already. I think this clock was produced in the beginning of XX century before WWI. The screw is for transportation purposes, you have to remove it for better sound. The case has a special trick for deeper sound - a special acoustic chamber...
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    Post your LFS clocks here

    We do have so far scans of catalogs ## 38 and 40 (1929 and 1932). They are published on the Russian MB (if you are interested, can give you a link, although they are freely accessible). Could it be possible to scan and show these catalogs here on this MB?
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    LFS clock serial numbers

    Tom, it looks like the caliber number of your clock is 112. I found these pix on net auction today:
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    Post your LFS clocks here

    Greetings, thank you for sharing this magnificent clock. I have never seen such kind of case before. But it looks like a catalog one - logo and a number on the back deck. Would be nice to have a pix of the whole movement from the back side (at least), but the serial number and the print tells me...
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    LFS clock serial numbers

    Greetings to everybody! A little input on 128 caliber and serial numbers. I got some pics of the clock with s/n 22 415, same clockworks, same trade house in Russia - Paul Bure (Павелъ Буре), although the case is something different. What is significant, the back deck of the case features a stamp...
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    LFS clock serial numbers

    Unfortunately I have only pics, nothing more. Maybe someone else could help.
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    LFS clock serial numbers

    S/N 78 515:
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    LFS clock serial numbers

    S/N 56 192:
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    LFS clock serial numbers

    Next one, S/N 74 983 - just 128 numbers younger than yours.

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