I acquired a 1970's American wall clock with a German movement having Westminster chimes. The name on the clock is Landmark. Does it seem very odd that the bezel hinge is above the 12 rather than being on the side (e.g. outside the 9)? I thought maybe the bezel may be 90 degrees out of whack, but no - it seems to be designed this way. So, you must hold the bezel/glass up with one hand while winding with the other. Not so convenient - as this clock is light and also wants to move sideways when you wind it. Is this odd? Has anyone seen this design before?