My new Kienzle

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  1. lokonelly

    lokonelly Registered User

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    Last week I was able to purchase a calendar Kienzle. Is the date in the Repair Guide Terwilligers correct? The clock and the pendulum has a hight number (130485). I would be glad if anyone could help me to date the clock. Many greetings from Salzburg. Willi DSCN5411.JPG DSCN5452.JPG DSCN5446.JPG DSCN5398.JPG
     
  2. ddMbb

    ddMbb Registered User

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    Hi,

    very nice clock been after one myself for some time :)

    looking at other posts on this forum you will find no: 112654 dated (1910-1911) and 133985 dated (1914) so i would guess yours is about 1913.
    am sure someone will be along to give you the exact year.
     
  3. John Hubby

    John Hubby Principal Administrator
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    Willi, thanks for posting your "new" Kienzle calendar clock. Based on the serial number yours was made at the beginning of 1914. My research database shows these clocks were made for a little over two years, from late 1912 to the end of 1914. I'll post later regarding how many may have been made.
     
  4. lokonelly

    lokonelly Registered User

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    Hello John Hubby and ddMbb !
    Many thanks for your quickly help by the dating of my Kienzle calendar clock. I have not known, that this clock was produced only two jears. Greetings Willi.
     

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