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It is loosely modeled after a Smith Royal Pavilion at Brighton skeleton clock.
Two things I know, it's not an anniversary clock and it's not a Schatz, that narrows it down.I wonder if that label is from the Heritage Alpine Table Lace on a table rather than anything to do with the clock. It will be interesting to see when the clock arrives. The mystery continues...
I have never before heard of a clock made in Liechtenstein. Where is this mark? Could you show a photo?Made in Lichtenstein.
They don't look like plastic in your photos, but a tiny nick with a file should be able to make sure?The plates are hard plastic
Thank you for the additional pictures!That label on the bottom I believe is for the clock. It says Heritage Imports, Made in Lichtenstein. It was just hanging on and all curled up and tearing. I put scotch tape over it to preserve it. The edges look like stamped plastic to me, could be aluminum, maybe others know different, welcome all opinions.
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I wonder if that label is from the Heritage Alpine Table Lace on a table rather than anything to do with the clock. It will be interesting to see when the clock arrives. The mystery continues...
I would throw that label away - it just got stuck there at some point and is a red herring for any future owner.You may be right. But the sticky on the label, old and dried now, looked original. But as you say, not related to the clock, except by association. There is nothing that I can see so far on the clock that might identify it's origins.