I really like clocks and my grandma had this really cool clock that she said didn't work. I guess she inherited it from her mom. I set her up with a turntable, stereo amplifier, and speakers for the clock.
Looking at the Junghans archive page I found a picture of the clock in their 1903 catalog. It's called a kitchener. I am not sure if that's the first year the clock was made. On the movement there is the J under the unghans logo, but there's no date code.
The clock works, she didn't have the key but it's been running for over 24 hours now. Pretty cool that the energy was still stored in the spring after possibly over 50 years. However, the hands are messed up. At 3:15 it's striking for 6.
Does anyone have any more info on this clock or Junghans clocks from this period? I'm going to try to find a place to get the clock serviced, I assume they can fix the hand problems?
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