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We do have so far scans of catalogs ## 38 and 40 (1929 and 1932). They are published on the Russian MB (if you are interested, can give you a link, although they are freely accessible). Could it be possible to scan and show these catalogs here on this MB?No serial number. I don't know about year. I have 34 and 36 LFS catalogs but I don't find the year.
I actually am very puzzled about the maker because at the front it is printed Vaucheron Constantin as you can see from one of the pictures , but inside it is marked as LFS!!Good morning.
I assume you have figured out the maker already. I think this clock was produced in the beginning of XX century before WWI. The screw is for transportation purposes, you have to remove it for better sound. The case has a special trick for deeper sound - a special acoustic chamber in between back wall and decorative panel.
Very nice clock!
As for myself, I am absolutely sure.Are you sure that this clock is original ? You think V&C put their brand on an LFS wall clock around 1910ish ?
Your LFS clock is the only one from this trade house that I saw (I am keeping records on all the LFS instances that appear in the network). So it appears to be a rare piece.Have you ever come across a Vaucheron & Constantine wall clock ? May it be that this is a rare and valuable piece or am I only dreaming ?
Yes that clock is very much like the one I had.