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Trying to share a few of my recent additions. I believe this to be JuF in the 1927-1934 range owing to the chrome plating and double elephant logo. Plate number 1260 variant?
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Thanks, I was so excited that it started running after putting it in beat that this detail escaped me.Beautiful condition. I have no deco clocks in my collection (yet). I like the styles, but most I've seen were in poor shape.
The suspension bracket should be mounted between the plates with the screw heads visible from the back. It seems to me it would be more difficult to assemble with the screws between the plates, but it happens.
I like this Rhombic theme very much. thanks for sharing.Interesting styling.
The Cubist inspired (?) pendulum reminds me of glassware of the same period called Ruba Rhombic glass:
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Welcome to the message board, Wimalleman! Does the clock run OK as-is or will you be remounting the bracket?
MJ, Eric's plate information is correct. This plate was made from March 1927, the month after August Schatz Sr. died, until mid-1931.Trying to share a few of my recent additions. I believe this to be JuF in the 1927-1934 range owing to the chrome plating and double elephant logo. Plate number 1260 variant?