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If the photos are on your computer, use the "From PC" button to upload them to a post.Hello. I have an H Endler&co Vienese wall clock serial number 79593. I have tried to contact you all before with little success. I do have photos ready to send but need a little help to attach. Than you Harvey
Thanks again for your quick response and information. The approximate date of my clock and the other information posted on your site has added to my clocks history which I thank you all for.
My next question is after watching a few videos on YouTube about Endler wall clocks and Gustav Becker it was quite evident that all the wall clocks doors were opening left to right, where mine opens right to left. Is there a reason for this or have I got an odd one. Thank you again.
Clock newbie here! I've inherited an HE & Co wall clock, which used to hang on the wall of my family home in England as a child. It's not in great condition, but has sentimental value. I believe my family have owned it since new. I'd be really interested in dating it. It has serial number 144726. I haven't seen any other HE & Co serial numbers this high, and there is no mention of Becker on the clock (who I understand took over HE & Co in 1899). Does this mean that the clock is likely to be late 1890's?...
like it... and personally don't miss the finials.I bought a H.Endler clock about 3 years ago. Here is a photo of the clock. I will remove the movement to show you the number when I get around to it. The finials have been removed, but for me it does not detract from the finish of the clock which does not look out of place in a modern home.
Your wish is my command! The clipping says:And a clipping from German documents. If JTD could translate - it would be great.
You may be correct with the 1893 date.In my opinion, a large part of Endler's property was transferred / purchased in some form by Borussia. Most likely in the second half of 1893.
The excerpt that JTD translated tells us only that the entity Endler (and those four other firms mentioned) were still in bankruptcy from a legal perspective and that some type of "assets" were yet to be disposed. We cannot infer from the excerpt that there were any physical assets that had not yet been sold as of October, 1896. All physical assets could have been disposed of prior to 1896, leaving only intangible assets, such as trademarks, or other assets, such as accounts receivable, to which the creditors would be entitled.This is what I had the impression that I have not fully understood what is written here by now. Anyway - in 1896 there were still attempts to recover something from Endler's property. So far, I have not found any information when the proceedings ended.