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  1. Jeff Hantman

    Jeff Hantman Registered User
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    Just picked this up.
    Case not marked anywhere however the movement is
    I'm thinking Austrian but hopefully someone can help

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  2. Steven Thornberry

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    The trademark looks to be that of H. Endler & Co., registered October 8, 1877. We actually have a thread on Endler clocks: Post Your H. Endler Clocks Here
     
  3. owen.or

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    The clock looks like an Ansonia "Capitol" model which could be purchased with a spring or weight driven movement. The clock in the picture is weight driven. As far as I know the weight driven version used a double weight time only movement. Doesn't the pictured movement require just one weight? It's definitely not an Ansonia movement. Am I missing something? David, Owen.or
     
  4. bruce linde

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    did you mis-read his ‘austrian’ as ‘ansonia’?

    if not, now i’m confused. :)
     
  5. Steven Thornberry

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    I focused on the movement, but the dial carries the Ansonia logo, and the case appears to have the two winding arbors that David mentions. Are these two pictures meant to go together? And, which are we meant to identify? Both?
     

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