Black Forest painted wood plate clock, no clue

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  1. hoosier8

    hoosier8 New Member

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    The paint is destroyed. You can tell it is a woman with red hair at the top and trees on the side. The numerals are curling. I have no idea anything about this clock other than it came from Germany.

    It works for awhile then stops. I assume it needs cleaning and possibly lubrication.

    I am sure it is not worth much in this condition so I may repaint the plate with something else.

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    ANTIQUECUCKOOCLOCK.ORG Registered User

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    A Shame that clock, :( It might have been a theme like this? Called "Jager und dammen" The hunter and the ladies?

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  3. hoosier8

    hoosier8 New Member

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    She is the central figure. You can barely see her nose and mouth and her hair on the sides.

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