Kundo in a brass case.

MUN CHOR-WENG

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This Kundo is fitted in a heavy oval brass case. It has an unusual pendulum not listed ini the Repair Guide. The miniature movement has back plate similar to Plate 1377 c 1951. The clock was very well made, typical of those made by the factories soon after they resumed production after WWII. Despite of its age, this clock is in fairly good condition overall.

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KurtinSA

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Interesting styling! I have a smaller "desk" clock with Kundo on the dial but no markings at all on the back plate...it has the peninsula eccentric, but there are none listed in the guide for this...1641 isn't right. It also has a knob that is used to adjust the time...I can only adjust the time forward, because if I turn the knob counter clockwise, the knob unscrews. How do you set the hands on your clock?

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MUN CHOR-WENG

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The case has a cover that can be lifted off to allow for winding the mainspring as well as for setting the hands.

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I admire this clock - very unique case style. Kundo relied on their tried-and-true miniature movement and wrapped them in many different interesting cases. I've never seen one like this before.
 

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