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Dells

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Hi all fellow torsion clock enthusiasts
I have just purchased a Schatz not sure what year but it’s unusual in that it has a marble base, I know that some clocks had marble and wood bases but I hadn’t seen one before and it was very cheap also it is complete including original dome and a key, a shame about the glue on backplate but spirit wipe should remove that.
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KurtinSA

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Late 1920s to early 1930s JUF. Interesting marble base. Nice to get original domes! Suspension guard? I see one screw for one.

Kurt
 
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Dells

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Yes Kurt
I said complete but they nearly always have the guard missing don’t they.
According to some information JH posted some time ago elephant only was between 1927 and 1930.
 
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KurtinSA

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Here's the back of my Dad's of the same period...I have to believe it is as original as it gets...been in the family since the 1930s.

Kurt

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Dells

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Nice to see it still has the spring guard.
 

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