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Yes, go to the forum "General Clock Discussions", then to the sticky thread "Post Your (Maker's Name) Clocks", then Ansonia to post your clock/info.Is there a thread where I can post my Ansonia as well for some info or shall I just post it here?
John Hubby has put forth the the following suggestion in this thread:I can't figure out what the "Mod 1915" means.
Following that suggestion, "Mod." would seem to be an abbreviation for Modifikation, Modifizierung, or the like.The "Mod. 1915" has been found on different movement designs, not only this one. It appears to have reference to changes introduced in 1915, no other information has been found as yet. It doesn't refer to the actual year made, the serial numbers provide that information.
what length is the pendulum of yours?The newer one, around 1907, could be a running time of 7 day's. It's simular as our clock at home.
( If I received another pendulum (Messing) color in gold) during the next days, could I post here a picture of a smooth Restauration with another dial face, or must/should I open another thread?)
There is another movement PRIMA with a close serial number:
Hi Royce.Based on the latest information I have from John Hubby's research and chart (Last edit Jan 8, 2019), both serial numbers (92388 & 923x8) would indicate a manufacturing date of 1875 (1875: 0089301 1876: 0109001). However, the Trademark indicates a time frame of 1877 - 1925. There appears to be a bit of a disconnect. John may need to review and revise his info accordingly.
Dear Royce,I couldn't see the medallion very well but after I blew it up, you are right.