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I've got this clock today. The case looks old, but movement looks very clean, I would even say "shiny" at some degree. My concern that it does not look old to me. There is no maker's trademark, no serial number. I hope posted pictures could give some clues. My guess, it is German made... movement looks more like F. Mauthe.

I would appreciate any ideas on how old this clock is and who might be the movement maker.
Thanks everyone!

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I've got this clock today. The case looks old, but movement looks very clean, I would even say "shiny" at some degree. My concern that it does not look old to me. There is no maker's trademark, no serial number. I hope posted pictures could give some clues. My guess, it is German made... movement looks more like F. Mauthe.

I would appreciate any ideas on how old this clock is and who might be the movement maker.
Thanks everyone!

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Andrew,

We have some contributors who can identify unmarked German movements. They should be along to provide their opinions.

By the looks of the clock, I estimate the year of production from 1895 to 1915, but that is just a guess.

Regards.
 
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something about those curled brass edges on the seatboard and bracket look more modern to me....
 

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Hi all!
It is a Kienzle, recently had the same movement Gustav Becker?
Tatyana
Tatyana, thank you! The clock I have is very much the same as it mentioned in the post you referred to. It is Kienzle then, it makes sense. Is there any estimate on the year? In the other article, you mentioned 1920. Спасибо.
 
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