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new2clocks

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is a J in a nine pointed star also a Junghans
I have never seen a nine pointed star.

When I expand the picture, the stamping looks irregular - some sides of the star are thicker than other sides. I would expect uniformity.

Please post pictures of the movement.

I suppose a remote possibility is the clock is a Junghans clock but manufactured outside Germany.

Just recently, a Junghans wall clock that was manufactured in Italy was presented on this forum. This was the first non-swinger, Italian made Junghans that I ever saw. That movement showed a date stamp (which Junghans is known for) that did not fit the dating protocol for Junghans in the particular year of manufacture. But, I had no reason to doubt its authenticity and I assumed that the Italian manufacturing plant used different identification protocols than the German manufactured products.

However, as I stated above, a picture of the movement could be very helpful.

Regards.
 

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Can you show us a picture of the movement, I'm suspecting it's Japanese.
 

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The link you provided does not show or reference a 9 pointed star, such as the OP's logo.

Can you show a 12 pointed star from Junghans? I have never seen a Junghans star with more than 8 points.

Thanks and regards.
I am reasonably sure that Junghans never had a nine point star and the 12 point was a joking reference to the starburst type wall clocks. ;)