400 day clock.

Discussion in '400-Day & Atmos' started by 0132joshua, Jul 28, 2018.

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  1. 0132joshua

    0132joshua Registered User

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    hi, having completed a restoration of a 400 day clock, obtained this one in a junk shop, appears untouched for many years, still has felt in the dome seating. any info would be great, as i have know idea as to its age, maker, many thanks

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  2. claussclocks

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    You should invest in "The 400 Day Anniversary Clock Repair Guide". By Charles Terwillerger. It is on amazon, timesavers, ronell, and eBay. A great source for repair information and makers of 400 Day clocks. There is also a special forum for 400 day clocks on this website
     
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    0132joshua Registered User

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    hi, please see 0132joshua in newest clocks, re 400 day clock info, many thanks
     
  4. KurtinSA

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    Definitely get the Terwilliger guide. Looks like another Jahresuhrenfabrik or JUF. Based upon the serial number and my limited dating info, I'd say this was 1911 or 1912 in terms of age.

    Look at the underside of the pendulum. Do you see any stampings on the cross braces? Maybe you can post photos of that if you see something. That will help with dating.

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