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  1. Ck777

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    It's from a Schoolhoues dial, but I wonder if it's japanese. When I blew it up it seems to be a C over a M.
     

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    This is the full face $(KGrHqJ,!q!FBZQt+)FIBQmbO4555w~~60_3.jpg $(KGrHqF,!qMFBml6s2wWBQmbO6m)o!~~60_3.jpg
     
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  4. Bruce Barnes

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    As Harold said........... and they are very nice clocks and worthy of cleaning and display!
    Bruce
     
  5. Ck777

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    Thanks Harold. Bruce, does "nice" translate to any level of quality? Is it worthy Of Buying?
     
  6. Ticktocktime100

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    Hi,
    I have had a clock with this logo and it looks to be off an 1920's Japanese Seikosha regulator wall clock. Thanks!
     
  7. Richard T.

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    The clock has already been identified as Meiji in post No. 4 above.
     
  8. Bruce Barnes

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    jtb 1.jpg As with any purchase do your homework and carefully look at the case and the works.I have 3 Japanese clocks and they are worth while for the money.Most have nice cases,and nice mechanisms.They are a good place to start and learn.Here is one I am doing a little restoring on , it has a curved thermometer and barometer flanking the surround.It had been stored in a damp, dirty environment and the works were so filthy I had to run it through the US just so I could see what was needed,but before doing so I placed it on the stand and as dirty as it was it took off running.........so in my opinion if YOU like the clock and the price is comfortable for you then by all means..............
    Bruce
     
  9. Ck777

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    Thanks Bruce, the price got a bit out of my comfort range, but hey, ...another could come along.
     
  10. Bruce Barnes

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    Keep looking,there is a calendar model on E..y at the moment and appears to be in nice shape........
    Bruce
     
  11. Ck777

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    Thanks Bruce, but until I sell a couple myself, I'm bought out.
     

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