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Post Your Ph. Hauck 400 Day Clocks Here

etmb61

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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.

Kurt
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.

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.

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gintarasb64

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Sharing pictures of my Ph.Hauck 400 day clock. I think plate is 1607 according Horolovar Repair Guide. Serial number 29140, pendulum is without SN. Year 1911 ?
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Gintaras

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Bod

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My Hauck is only 49 lower in serial number than yours.
I wonder how many hours later, yours left the factory than mine did. Mine has the s/n written in pencil on the base of the pendulum, so yours is the probably the correct item.

Bod
 
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[QUOTE = "John Hubby, post: 26392, członek: 98"]
Ph. Haas/Hauck randki

Cześć Michał,

Oto daty z mojej (wstępnej) bazy danych dla Hauck.

22579 - z zawieszeniem Appdx.118 w kształcie litery E. PÓŹNO !909.

25249 - z zawieszeniem gimbala Appdx.118 Haas. POŁOWA-1910.

25608 — z zawieszeniem gimbala Appdx.118 Haas. POŁOWA-1910.

37386 — ze złączami Appdx.89 i zawieszeniem kardanowym Appdx.118 Haas. POŁOWA 1913.

Czy jest możliwość zrobienia zdjęć, żebym mógł pozyskać inne dane do bazy? Czy któreś z wahadeł ma numery seryjne, pasujące lub nie?

Info Mam do tej pory pokazuje, że Hauck rozpoczął 400-dniową produkcję w 1904 roku, średnio nieco ponad 4000 zegarów rocznie, dopóki nie zatrzymały się gdzieś w 1915. Łącznie szacuje się, że wyprodukowano około 45 000 zegarów, najwyższy zarejestrowany numer seryjny to 43 741. Najniższy zarejestrowany do tej pory numer seryjny to 160. Mam kilka odniesień, które dość dobrze wiążą dane z lat 1904-1909, ale po tym jest niewiele pozytywnych potwierdzeń. Chciałbym zobaczyć kilka zegarów z datowanymi napisami itp.

John Hubby
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Kamil Urbanowicz

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Ph. Haas/Hauck randki

Cześć Michał,

Oto daty z mojej (wstępnej) bazy danych dla Hauck.

22579 - z zawieszeniem Appdx.118 w kształcie litery E. PÓŹNO !909.

25249 - z zawieszeniem gimbala Appdx.118 Haas. POŁOWA-1910.

25608 — z zawieszeniem gimbala Appdx.118 Haas. POŁOWA-1910.

37386 — ze złączami Appdx.89 i zawieszeniem kardanowym Appdx.118 Haas. POŁOWA 1913.

Czy jest możliwość zrobienia zdjęć, żebym mógł pozyskać inne dane do bazy? Czy któreś z wahadeł ma numery seryjne, pasujące lub nie?

Info Mam do tej pory pokazuje, że Hauck rozpoczął 400-dniową produkcję w 1904 roku, średnio nieco ponad 4000 zegarów rocznie, dopóki nie zatrzymały się gdzieś w 1915. Łącznie szacuje się, że wyprodukowano około 45 000 zegarów, najwyższy zarejestrowany numer seryjny to 43 741. Najniższy zarejestrowany do tej pory numer seryjny to 160. Mam kilka odniesień, które dość dobrze wiążą dane z lat 1904-1909, ale po tym jest niewiele pozytywnych potwierdzeń. Chciałbym zobaczyć kilka zegarów z datowanymi napisami itp.

John Hubby
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Here's a google translation of what John posted above:

Hey Michael, Here are the dates from my (preliminary) database for Hauck. 22579 - with Appdx.118 E-shaped suspension LATE! 909. 25249 - With Appdx.118 Haas Gimbal Suspension. HALF-1910. 25608 - With Appdx.118 Haas Gimbal Suspension. HALF-1910. 37386 - With Appdx.89 connectors and Haas Appdx.118 gimbal. HALF 1913. Is it possible to take photos so that I can obtain other data for the database? Do any of the pendulums have serial numbers, matching or not? Info I have so far shows that Hauck started 400 days of production in 1904, averaging just over 4,000 clocks a year until they stopped sometime in 1915. In total, it is estimated that about 45,000 clocks were produced, the highest serial number recorded is 43 741. The lowest serial number registered so far is 160. I have a few references that relate quite well to the 1904-1909 data, but there are few positive confirmations after that. I would like to see some clocks with dated inscriptions etc. John Hubby
 

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Here's a google translation of what John posted above:

Hey Michael, Here are the dates from my (preliminary) database for Hauck. 22579 - with Appdx.118 E-shaped suspension LATE! 909. 25249 - With Appdx.118 Haas Gimbal Suspension. HALF-1910. 25608 - With Appdx.118 Haas Gimbal Suspension. HALF-1910. 37386 - With Appdx.89 connectors and Haas Appdx.118 gimbal. HALF 1913. Is it possible to take photos so that I can obtain other data for the database? Do any of the pendulums have serial numbers, matching or not? Info I have so far shows that Hauck started 400 days of production in 1904, averaging just over 4,000 clocks a year until they stopped sometime in 1915. In total, it is estimated that about 45,000 clocks were produced, the highest serial number recorded is 43 741. The lowest serial number registered so far is 160. I have a few references that relate quite well to the 1904-1909 data, but there are few positive confirmations after that. I would like to see some clocks with dated inscriptions etc. John Hubby
Of course, John's original post is the third post in this thread.

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I thought I had better post my newly acquired Hauck with very heavy three ball pendulum S/No 31868 in the correct place.
I will post more pictures when completed.
PS anyone have an original key that can post a picture of it.
Thanks Dell
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gintarasb64

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Sharing pictures of Ph.Hauck 400 day clock. I think plate is 1607 according Horolovar Repair Guide. Serial number 21135, pendulum is without SN.
Regards
Gintaras

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Look very carefully at the base of the pendulum, the serial number was most likley only written in pencil, mine is, a copperplate script.

Bod
 

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