Kienzle Vienna Regulator

Discussion in 'Your Newest Clock Acquisition' started by Andrew G., Nov 5, 2019.

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  1. Andrew G.

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    Since there is no "Post your Kienzle clocks here" thread in 'General Clock Discussions' forum I post my recent acquisition here. This clock looked very "aged" when I picked it up... so, it became my next small restoration project.

    This clock is 54" top to bottom. The movement S/N: 57887, patent 125605. It is manufactured in Schwenningen, circa 1912 according to this "Kienzle Regulator" post.

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  2. 124Spider

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    That's a beautiful clock!
     
  3. Rockin Ronnie

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    Usually these are missing a finial or two but this one seems complete. It looks very good. Is it running?

    Ron
     
  4. Andrew G.

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    Thanks Ron. It looked like the clock was not running for long time. The movement was in a very good condition. But I had to take it apart for cleaning. It went through two cycles in ultrasonic cleaner. No bushings needed. It is running now very smoothly and super quiet.
     

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