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Discussion in 'General Clock Discussions' started by Schatz70, Nov 11, 2019.
Thanks for any help.
Clock is Korean. Maybe Zenon? They had heaps of brand names but they were all the same clock.
A close-up photo of the movement might hold some clues. Willie X
It's almost certainly Korean. The photo is not clear - even enlarged to the maximum the logo is not readable. Please post a clear close-up and also if possible the movement.
Yes, but there were many Korean companies and the movement's maker or maker's mark is often stamped on the front plate.
Also, it could posabibly be Chinese but they usually have the strike rods at the side.
South Korea Clocks Manufacturers
Most of them end up in landfill after a very short life.