Hello Fellow clock collectors I remembered reading a while back a question about clocks marked "JUST" and where they came from. "JUST" was the popular clock line made by Hour Lavigne who were the successors to Charles Hour, the French clockmaker who founded the company in the 1880's. The produced a "JUST" catalogue in 1930 and the JUST brand is usually stamped on the mouvement, encased in a circle. The earliest models also had CH. Hour stamped on the back. However, they also produced many of their models for high-class private brand jewellery shops such as Tiffany, Hamilton & Inch and did not stamp them with anything except 'France' and the name of the shop which makes identification sometimes a little tricky. Some of their "JUST" clocks are spectacular examples of pure Art Deco with unique dial forms and numbering. JUST clocks were manufactured until WWII. If you need/want help identifying a French mechanical clock, leave me a message. I have a lot of documentation on the clock making industry in France until WWII.