late 19th century time only

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  1. Burkhard Rasch

    Burkhard Rasch Registered User
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    my late father saved this one many decades ago from being thrown away, I restored the case and serviced the movement the first time. After my dad passed away 2012 the clock came to my sister and brother in law. Now I have it back again for service. Any idea (Tatyana perhaps?) about the manufacturer? No markings at all except for the ser.No 1200 and a batch No. 46 on all parts. Nice quality mvmt. btw, enjoy!
    Burkhard

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  2. Kevin W.

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    Hi Burkhard. I quite like this clock as well. Wish iknew more about it. I am very glad it was saved.
     
  3. Ticktocktime100

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    Hi,

    A very elegant clock indeed! As Kevin said above, well done to your father for saving it. In my opinion, it looks very much like a Lenzkirch. Perhaps this movement vas one of their unsigned products? I hope somebody else will be along shortly with further thoughts.

    Regards.
     

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