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Identify a Schlenker & Kienzle Movement

gkilsdonk

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Can you please help me identify the production date range for this clock. It came to me without a case. Information about the likely case style would also be appreciated.

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new2clocks

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Can you please help me identify the production date range for this clock. It came to me without a case. Information about the likely case style would also be appreciated.

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Welcome to the forum.

The trademark on the movement was registered in 1890, so we know your movement is not older than that date.

The type of pendulum is typical of a Vienna style wall clock, which would have been popular up until WWI or so.

Others have been compiling Kienzle serial numbers and they should be able to give you a more accurate circa date.

Regards.
 

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