In a previous post I was inquiring on the date of one of my clocks and this one came up, so I thought it best to have a separate post for a separate clock. I am curious about the maker and the age. I liked this one because of the 5 inch face and it is chrome. The base is only plated under the globe, but not around it. Unfortunately, mine is missing a couple of the numbers. The fork is different being shaped like a "U" instead of the two tines. If memory serves, the same fork was discussed in another post sometime ago. So, where my question lies: it most closely resembles plate 1167, which is a Kienzle, c. 1909. The major difference being that the "Germany" is written straight across. It also resembles 1667, which is Kern & Link, 1930. I believe it more likely to be the Kienzle given the bracket and pendulum. However, 1167 says disc pendulum. Any thoughts?
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