Schatz Bermuda Coach 400 Day Clock, Early Style (November 1954)

I recently repaired this Schatz “Bermuda Coach” 400 day clock. It is an older version of the clock in my earlier post. This example has glass panels in the cover (instead of plastic), and the core of the base is steel (instead of Bakelite) with brass over it. The movement fastens from the top instead of having legs.

The “Bermuda Coach” is the same as the Schatz “London Coach“, but with a different cover.

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Repair job 5710. Horolovar back plate no. 1313. Movement date 11 54 (November 1954). I cleaned the movement, polished the pivots, and installed a 0.024 inch thick Horolovar suspension spring.

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  1. I have a clock just like this that needs repair can you tell me if there is anyone in the Kansas City area that can handle this? I would appreciate it. Where is the number located that tells how old it is?

  2. Can you please tell me what is the rigth length for the schatz suspension springs clocks # 53 ,57 , and 49.
    Thank you

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