It had sat around for many years collecting dust, and the brass tarnishing. The only markings on the whole clock is some crossed arrows on the dial and the only markings on the movement is the arrows and stamped into the back plate are the numbers 141/36 & 200. Any information anyone could give me would be greatly appreciated.
I do have other pictures available for identification.
When I and my five sisters had to take care of her trailer and personal belongings it was decided that the wall clock should go with me.
It has got what looks like the Boy Scout symbol between each Roman numeral.
It was not running but when I tool it apart it was quite easy to oil and get it going. It used to be my great aunts and she brought it over from Germany after World War 2.
She said that it had survived the bombing of Berlin, She did not know the age of it.
zone7 jewels Plays: Younger than Springtime Dark Green & Brass Floral tole painting on front.4 1/2" highworks I found this in a box of stuff I bought at an auction. by Judy (Palmdale, Ca USA) My Mother give me this clock and I have been trying some place to take it to get it running again. I have had the clock for 10 years and haven't really had it out until now.
She gave it to my mom & dad, and now they have passed it on to me.
I would like to know about how old, who made it, value.
INSCRIPTION ON FRONT : NU ELCK SYN SIN Inside inscription on clock mechanism: 86 NO (0) JEWELS UNADJUSTED Made in West Germany 261 - 080B 31cm 125.780Made in mahogany wood and brass figurines...2 heavy balls and 2 long chains....2 glass "windows" at sides of clock face dial...at front oval glass "window" with "man riding horse" in brass..2 brass lion figurines on each side at top of clock...old is this clock and what exactly is the valuation ? Been searching the web to try to find out more about it.
Thank you All I know abou this clock is that the it was made in Germany, because that is what is stamped on the back. I have the weights and chains although they are not pictured. What I know is that this clock was given to my grandparents around 1937. of Germany and on the face says that it was Made in Germany. I am trying to date this clock and determine the actual name of the manufacturer of the clock to determine its value. I find a similar face on clocks ranging from the 1920s to 1950s.
My cousin gave me a clock and the only thing it has on the front of it is Junghans with a kinda star looking thing with a J and the rest of the word spelled around it.