Schatz Standard 400 Day Clock with Unusual Design on Pillars

March 9, 2012 | By | 1 Reply More

This Schatz standard 400 day clock is dated 2 55 (February 1955) on the movement. The pillars have a design that I don’t recall seeing before. Most pillars of this time have a series of maple leaves. These pillars have what appear to be oak leaves (or are they stylized Christmas trees?).

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Repair job 5693. Horolovar back plate 1014A, adjustable pallet verge, silver dial.

Note: I worked on another one just like this in July 2014. Date 7-54 on the movement. Identical clock – same pillars, dial, movement same except has regular anchor (not adjustable pallets), same base with leveling discs.


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Last updated: July 3, 2014

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  1. Taylor says:

    Bill, I am trying to sell some things for a friend of my mothers. She has a Schatz 400 day clock similar to this one: http://clockinfo.com/posts/886. The only difference is instead of black, it is a blue/teal color. It has the bee keepers and everything. Can you give me any direction as far as the value of something like this?

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