German Round Top Grandfather Clock ID

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  1. PeterDixon5775

    PeterDixon5775 Registered User

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    I have a (assumed) German Grandfather clock.
    I have searched everywhere for any type of markings.
    There are a few on the rear of the movement, but none that can identify it (from my knowledge).
    I am attaching pictures to see if anyone can help
    Thank you in advance.
    Peter

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  2. new2clocks

    new2clocks Registered User
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    Peter,

    Your tall case clock is most likely German. These "round head" tall case clocks were popular in the 1920s and 1930s.

    We have contributors who can identify unmarked German movements, They should be along shortly after they check their databases.

    Regards.
     
  3. Dave T

    Dave T Registered User
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    I have one that is very similar, in an Oak case. (Your's appears to be walnut?) with a Kieninger movement.
     
  4. Tatyana

    Tatyana Registered User

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    Yes! Kieninger & Obergfell

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  5. PeterDixon5775

    PeterDixon5775 Registered User

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    Than everyone so much for your help
     

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