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The trademark on your dial is that of Alpina Union Horlogéres SA of Switzerland.
According to mikrolisk, the trademark was registered in 1934, so your clock was made no earlier than 1934.
It does appear that you clock bears a logo similar to Alpina Union Horlogères in Switzerland. However, this was a co-operative made up of a number of Swiss watch manufacturers and dealt only in watches.
The exact logo on your clock was used by Dugena (Alpina-Deutsche Uhrmachergenossenschaft), which was the German branch of the union. This company was also a co-operative but, unlike the Swiss union, did deal with clocks.
I don't think your clock was made in Switzerland, but in Germany. In order to be sure who made it, we would need to see the movement, particularly the back plate, which may bear the maker's name or logo.
When I looked up the Alpina Union info, they did have a triangle with a circle in it in 1927
No, the German company was separate entirely.Also, the Swiss company had moved to Germany
Do you have any idea of what the value of this clock might be?
Yes, the German company had this mark, not the Swiss one.
No, the German company was separate entirely.
This is a typical German hall clock from the 1920/30s and not very valuable. You could look on Ebay for similar German clock using the 'completed sales' function.
The closest value to my clock that I saw was $2500. We bought it in Germany.Others will know better the value in USA.
LOL I never said I thought someone would pay that. And, I would do that if it happened. haha! Most likely, not. People always want to pay as little as possible to get something they like. I understand. I shop for sales all the time. It's just how things are and, I think, how they always will be. Thanks for all your help JTD!Well, if you can get $2500 for it, grab the money with both hands and run.