Just a little bit different

Jan 1, 2017
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Hello,
One of my cuckoo clocks, (of which I have far too many) has been out of it's box for a recondition. I always wondered if it was a Beha, but have noticed it has a cut out area behind the count wheel, and the dropper arm is attached into the brass end of the arm riding on the internal cam. The plate behind the count wheel (which was always regarded as a sign of a Beha), has been curved and tapered on the end. I can't find anything similar in a timber cut, or a cut plate. (Incidentally the clock is a 'gothic' style, with a very short main roof back to the face of the clock, and a little roof over the movement. 2 hinged sides fasten on the movement, and the front and back fasten together to the movement with hooks and eyes). There are similar examples on the web, but with a full roof and brass plate movement c1900's+ Any ideas anyone?
 

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