Jahresuhrenfabrik (JUF) 400 Day Clock ca. 1912 with Disc Pendulum

May 15, 2015 | By | Reply More

Here’s another Jahresuhrenfabrik 400 day clock I repaired. This one was probably made about 1910 or 1912. The base is not original – it is a 1950s Kundo base.

Base not original - it is a 1950s Kundo base.

Base not original – it is a 1950s Kundo base.

Repair job 6468. I polished the pivots, removed the broken-off screws and found new screws to mount the arch (the decorative part above the dial). I installed a new Horolovar .004 inch suspension spring. The movement is Horolovar back plate number 1439. I polished and lacquered the base and pillars.

It has a suspension guard, with a wide bottom end that originally had a brass cover.


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Category: American Clock Mainsprings, Schatz 400 Day Clock History

Last updated: May 13, 2015

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