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Interesting stuff, John. Apparently Mauthe had a Lyra Gong, though I'm not at all sure that the Lyra gong in Nawcc123#'s clock is the same or even related. See the following post (as well, as those that follow it).The name on the gong (Lyra) has been the subject of some discussion. Schmid lists it as 'ungeklärt' (not identified).
There were many makers from Freiburg.it is probably from Freiburg, Germany
It would still be good if you could let us know how you determined that this is a Gustav Becker clock. It may be, but I would have expected to see the Becker logo.
Can you tell us how you reached this conclusion?
These last details may help establish that the movement is a Gustov Becker. The first attachment is of the top of the pendulum stick. The second is of the back of the dial. The third has the numbers 546 stamped into the back of the movements plate. Other than that I have guess work. Thanks again for your comments.I was told tat is was. I will look closer
Thanks. I thought that I could see the Gustov Becker anchor? But it is not very clear.Thanks for the further photos.
1. It is hard to make out what this shows, the 'top of the pendulum stick' seems to be covered with some kind of heavy grease or paint. If it were cleaned off we might be able to tell more.
2. The date scratched onto the back of the dial is of no interest in establishing who made the clock. It was probably made by a repairer.
3. This number could be from any maker.
I am afraid that none of this helps to establish who made your clock. The only possible help might be from the pendulum hook, if you could clean it up so that it is visible.
Others may know more.
I have never seen the Gustav Becker anchor in this position. If you cleaned all the dirt off, you would be able to see better.