Schatz Standard Ivory and Brass 400 Day Clock with No Name or Date, made about 1949

June 8, 2014 | By | 2 Replies More

I repaired this “Jahresuhrenfabrik” or “Schatz” 400 day clock recently. There is no name on the dial, and no date code on the back of the movement. The movement has the earlier type of motion work under the dial. These features are found on clocks made around 1949.

The case is brass with ivory color painted areas. The dial is the standard enamel dial.

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Repair job 6298. I polished the pivots and installed a new .004 inch suspension spring.


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Category: 400 Day Clock Repair, Schatz 400 Day Clock History

Last updated: June 8, 2014

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  1. Bill Stoddard says:

    Details on repair are on the following web page:

    https://billsclockworks.com/repair/400Day.htm

    You’ll spend more for repair than the current market value, most of my customers have these clocks repaired because they have great sentimental value.

  2. KARL G0BBEL says:

    This exact same clock turned up on my late Luciel,s mantle. Dose work but not for long ( 2 days). Questions, aprox fix price, and what is it worth. Will need to know how to saftely ship to you for repair

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