Badenia 400 day clock

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  1. gintarasb64

    gintarasb64 Registered User

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    I got Badenia clock with disk pendulum. At first I thouht that disc pendulum is from different clock - disc pendulum is with serial number, bacplate is without serial number and no serial number and Horolovar quide describes this pendulum as Kienzle (no38). Later I found that there is serial number inside backplate and this number match with pendulum number. I read that Badishe does not prodused it's own movements and pendulums , just used production mainly by Juf. Comments would be interesting. Any ideas about year of production of this clock?
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    Gintaras

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  2. KurtinSA

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    The only Badenia clock in the guide looks like that although the logo in the guide has an oval around it (plate 1016A). It does appear to be assembled by Badische but Badenia might have been yet another retailer? Badishe assembled clocks from the early 1900s to about 1928. They work with movements from JUF, Huber, and Hauck.

    You may remember one of your earlier posts:

    Help identify old 400 day clock

    Do you complete pictures of the topside of the pendulum?

    Kurt
     
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    gintarasb64 Registered User

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