Schatz Standard 400 Day Clock with Roman Numeral Dial, ca. 1951 – 1952

I really like these Schatz 400 day clocks with Roman numerals. I’ve shown this model before, but I like it so much that here is one I just repaired. The dial has the Schatz logo, and the movement has no date, so it was made ca. 1951 – 1952. I polished the base and pillars.

Repair job 5760. Horolovar back plate no. 1278. 0.004 inch thick Horolovar suspension spring.

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  1. Can you send a photo to [email protected]? Then I can give some advice. The brass can polished, but any parts being polished need to be taken off the clock. For a round brass base, I use a polishing machine.

  2. I inherited this exact clock from my grandmother. It keeps perfect time!
    However, the brass looks awful. I’m
    not sure if it’s just dirty, needs a good
    polishing, or if the brass itself is damaged.
    Is it possible for me to get the brass on
    my perfect little clock to shine and sparkle
    once again? If so ~could you tell me how to achieve this?
    Thank you.

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