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I did check the best I can without removing the front face display.L3,
The front of the movement might supply some information, mostly of the mechanics of the movement. This may help date the clock.
Welcome to the board Pedro.Hi, and here it goes my second small contribution into this forum.
A Junghans Wurttemberg wall clock marked B21 in the movement (second half 1921) and 104½. I have read through this entire thread and seen nothing like this. Could please someone help me to identify this wall clock?
Thanks in advance.
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My apologies. I am new to your site and as you can see computer illiterate. I have not seen the clock, only the pictures that were e-mailed to me in a Word document. Is anyone able to open it and view the pictures? I am trying, without much luck, to convert them to something more user friendly. If anyone can help it would be appreciated. I'll keep trying. Thank youGreetings all. My friend and co-worker purchased this Junghans in England in the 1990's. After several months in contact with Junghans he was eventually told the clock was from the 1920's - 30's. I don't believe that is the case but I can't stop thinking the clock has been altered. If it has someone did a very nice job. Can you folks please help the both of us. I will see if I can get the pictures on here.
Ontime, thanks for posting. However this thread is for Gustav Becker clocks, I am moving your post to the Junghans thread where you should be able to get the info about your case.
Teresa, Have you got your clock up and running? What kind of information do you need?
I believe your clock was made in September of 1927, as indicated by the 279 marking.Here is a Junghan wall clock that has me puzzled. I has a round top (not square). The bim-bam time and strike movement is marked 104 1/2. Attached are two images in it's present condition. As I begin restoration, I am wondering if anyone can give some information about it. Thanks
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Hi< probably not much help from me. I have a clock showing on post #1157. This is the same case and mine is a 1907. I am not an expert. Yours ,I am guessing, would be a little older as it is key wound and mine has attached winders (don't know the technical term) also mine is an alarm as opposed to yours being some type of musical play. But yours has the same time set dial on the movement, missing the setting piece that you can see on mine. I am guessing yours a similar alarm clock and maybe a few years older. I finally got mine working and had a woodworker make me pieces for the lower part of the case. These are neat little clocks and draw a lot of compliments.Hey everyone.
I love the site. I stumbled upon it after getting a clock from my old man a while back and never got around to posting anything of my own. The story is my dad got this clock from an old lady he befriended while working. He told her it was a great clock and she insisted he take it with him. Now it’s mine and I need some help with identifying it before I bring it in for some much needed TLC.
The stamp has no date (pre1905?). There are some pencil marks in the door, but I figure they are from someone who serviced the clock at some point. I’m not comfortable taking the clock apart at this point for other markings.
Any help with the ID on this one?
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I believe your clock was made in September of 1927, as indicated by the 279 marking.
Junghans changed their date codes quite a bit during the 1920's. Your clock, however, also has the look of a 1920's clock. Therefore, I believe that a September, 1927 date of manufacture is correct for your clock.
There were Junghans catalogs produced - in fact, Vic Tang (any400day) reproduced many of them onto CDs and sold them at his cost, I believe. His website may still have some available.I looked at the chart at the top of this thread and with you explanation ...I think I understand it better. I have catalogs from some of the clock manufactures; however, nothing on Junghan. Did they have catalogs? Does this clock appear in one? (see post 1191)