Who made this one?

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  1. Burkhard Rasch

    Burkhard Rasch Registered User
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    Got this for the starting bid,nobody else seemed to be interested.It´s a nice kickwind,the mainspring is a long spiral
    spreading through the whole mvmt and being twisted around the shaft of the "first wheel" when the contact is closed.Pin pallet esc.,fine two arm uncompensated ballance,the roller "jewel" of steel,double width,so in my counting 8 jewels allthough signed 7 jewels 69c,no maker´s mark nor logo.Case in cast brass,running strongly after cleaning and oiling.Enjoy!
    Burkhard
     

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  2. Typ1-2-3

    Typ1-2-3 Registered User

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    Hi Burghard

    I think, it is a movement of EMES, Müller-Schlenker in Germany, perhaps of the 60's. I had repaired that kind of movements in the 70's, as I was a learner of Watch- and Clockmakers. This movements weren't seldom, but if You can repaired this movements, they were runnig a lot of time.

    Frank
     
  3. Wynen

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    Hello Burkhard,
    The clock is made by "Europa Uhrenfabrik Senden GmbH" (Trademark "Deluxe"), the movement is EMES W68 or W69 as Frank stated correctly.

    Hartmut
     
  4. Burkhard Rasch

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    Thanks to both of You!
    Burkhard
     
  5. Watchfixer

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    This movement is kienzle german made. The problem is pivot bushings worn out and buff the electrical contact kicker. Otherwise rebuild it or replace for quartz movement.

    Cheers, Watchfixer
     

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