Thomas Haller Back Plate and Mark

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  1. MuensterMann

    MuensterMann Registered User

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    logo.jpg sl left.jpg Here is a photo of a movement back plate with the Thomas Haller mark - it has a T over an H. In another posting it was mentioned that the mark had about 4 variations. On the variation shown, what range of years of manufacture corresponds to the mark? There is also a photo of the clock showing style.
     
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  2. bruce linde

    bruce linde Technical Admin
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    the images did not come through... can you please re upload and 'insert all thumbnails'?
    thx.
     
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    MM,

    According to Mikrolisk, your TM was registered in 1896.

    Regards.
     
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  5. MuensterMann

    MuensterMann Registered User

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    Yes, the clocks are very close to being the same. The movement does have that mechanism to lock the movement onto the rails. Great information!!!
     

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