I bought yesterday at the West Palm Beach Antiques Festival this Lenzkirch bracket clock. I believe it is from the 1930's, but would like to confirm it. 1930's because of the style, maybe Bauhaus, and there is on top what I believe is a Catalin™ (Patent in 1927) piece. There is also some marks on the beautiful movement, see the pictures. I have checked with the list of Lenzkirch serial numbers on the web, and the 2 Million seems to be the production after the 1920's. The movement is a beauty, the plates are unusually thick, it is big with a Grande sonnerie, that I had to adjust. Just to get the movement out of the case is an exercice that need almost an instruction manual. It is a purely piece of German engineering, complicated, sturdy and beautiful.The zebrawood and brass case is built in two verticals parts that open in the middle like a book, with a rectangular base and a four-sided top with a thin rectangular colored piece of Catalin at the summit. The dial is porcelain over metal, it is surrounded by a piece of carved brass which itself is attached under it to a ⅛ inch brass plate. Notice the medallion over it. If someone knows its signification, I would appreciate. Hope you enjoy my new acquisition.