- Dec 6, 2020
The only numbers on plate are in first pic.Well, when you the clock, look at the back plate and you may find the date code which will tell you when it was manufactured.
These German box clocks were made in their tens of thousands and most do not have much value. The decorated case is nice, but would not add much to the value. Others will be able to give a better estimate in the US market.
I am confused. I thought you said the clock you were getting was the last one in the set of pictures? The earlier photos show a completely different clock. The earlier pics do not look like a Junghans movement to me.The only numbers on plate are in first pic.
12594 it looks like
Sorry i shouldn't have put the last one up . That's the one I'm getting. I don't really need info on that.I am confused. I thought you said the clock you were getting was the last one in the set of pictures? The earlier photos show a completely different clock. The earlier pics do not look like a Junghans movement to me.
It would help to know what clock you are actually dealing with.
Cool thanks. So do you think it is a Junghans movement or where those gongs used by other makers alsoLate 1900's to early 1910's going by the overall case style and Rohr-Gong chime rods unit, which comprised a brass block with rods punched into it. The four rods chord was known as the Melodie-Gong and varied in exact configuration. From the Junghans catalogs:
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This movement was made by Mauthe before WWI.I have a lady who's giving me a nice junghans clock for some service on this. Trying to find out more about maker to give her info. What it's worth. Year?
Last pic is the one I'm getting
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I'm just trying to give her a fair price to list. I'm not buying have 0 room to put it or i probably would lol.As far as value, it's age is the best enticement, but it's not going to make anybody rich. I'd guess less than double what the repair fee would be.