The adjacent numbers is what drew me to this one. I think 1904 for the year. Clock 2437 with the pins on the front plate is wrong. It has marks left by the washers on the front plate so someone swapped them around.Cool that you found two clocks next to each other in serial numbers! From your other thread, the date on these are early 1900s?
I also noticed that the two clocks have the taper pins holding the between plate pillars in place are on opposite sides of the plates. That can't be a factory thing...must be the previous owner. And the dials are different...I would have thought they would be slapping the same dial on them as they went through assembly.
I believe the dial on this clock is a Bowler and Burdick part. I have two other B&B clocks with the same dial, one Hauck the other JUF. Also most of the Hauck and JUF B&B clocks I've recorded have the same 2" dial. The silver dial on number 2437 only shows up on Hauck clocks and not very often.