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KurtinSA

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I think the top one is one of many used for Japy Freres.

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You're on the wrong side of the Atlantic Ocean.

Just looking at the style of the dial and that it's paper on a metal pan, it sort of screams American. The months are in English which supports the suggestion of an American origin though I will freely admit that I have seen calendar clocks that were made for export to English speaking countries with English dials. Of note, there are American calendar clocks made for export where the day and month rollers are in Spanish.

It's a New Haven Clock Co. calendar clock and it's the style of dial and the logo they used for the calendar. See examples in either Tran's New Haven or Calendar books.

Don't need to see the back of the movement.

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The top logo is for Jerome & Co. I'm not sure about the bottom logo, but as RM pointed out, the maker is New Haven. Tran's New Haven book shows this dial on the Register, p. 71, figs. 238 and 240.
 

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The bottom logo looks like NY, possibly for New York. IIRC, New Haven opened a sales office in New York ca. 1879-80. Peehaps someone has better information.
 
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