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Hi,I have this clock serial number 51 266.Hello All,
1001 This one (industrial) was already presented, however due to very low serial numbers ( no older in evidence) worth to show again
38861 dial 13cm, signed only on the dial
Both above Vienna's movement comparison:
242675 , big part of the case after reconstruction, pendulum not from the set.
No movement's picture available now.
Waiting for other interesting pictures from forum members...
It is sad news, one would have hoped by now such new developments would manage to preserve historical buildings.Sad news. The main building of the GR factory was destroed, probably in this 2016 year!!! Barbarians are everywhere!!!
Building from the year 1870-71 destroyed, new hipemarket on this place.
Horror and shame for Ebensee
This is one of the highest numbered movements from Ebensee (in our database the last is 277501). Production of the movements with Remember logo was probably ended after July 1901. Probably, because we know, that Junghans continued using trademarks od Lenzkirch and Gustav Becker after buying these companies. We don't know if that happened with Resch.Traded for this clock today 52" long all serial number match on movement and pendulum and mounting plate wondering age and the silver weight and pendulum and ring around dial any info please?Also no extra holes in the case .
Re. crown, if what you say is correct what would the crown have looked like.The movement was produced in the end of "Resch" Ebensee 1908-1910 (?)... I think
The case seems to be from earlier.
Maybe it lay in store ... about 20 years.
Crown secondary, well below the production quality Resch.
Will, you have a Gebrüder Resch, and quite a nice one at that. Someone else should be able to provide a close estimate when it was made based on the serial number 205017, I don't have that info.Picked up this nice Vienna today. Complete except for weights. Don't know maker. Shined up logo and photoed. Any help appreciated.
Will, I looked at your photos under high magnification and the top number only has six digits, i.e. 200000, not 2 million. As I originally posted and Jim has confirmed that means the serial number is 205017, obtained by adding the 200000 to 5017.. Gebrüder Resch first used this "convention" starting at clock number 100001, stamping 100000 above the rest of the serial number. I don't know how high they went with this, someone who follows Resch clocks should be able to discuss the serial numbering of their clocks.Thanks, gentlemen.
The numbers behind the gong are:
Does that mean anything?