This particular clock has the digits “30” stamped on the back of the movement, indicating a production year of 1930. You might look and see if yours has a date code stamped on it. More on this clock is on the following blog post:
Thank you for posting this picture. My parents had this closk, I have it now. We just had it cleaned and repaired and it sits on my mantle. I believe ours was made in the 1930’s, 1938 perhaps but I’m not sure. I think it was a wedding gift for my parents and they were married in 1952. Can you help me with dating mine?
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