A 1950s Kundo 400 Day Clock Before and After Polishing

I just repaired this 1950s Kundo 400 day clock. The photos below show the case before and after polishing and lacquering.

Case before polishing Case after polishing Case after polishing

Repair job  6217. Movement overhauled, 2 pivots polished, suspension spring and mainspring replaced. Horolovar back plate no. 1377. 0.0032 inch thick suspension spring.

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4 comments

  1. There is a winding square on the back of the movement. It should be on the left, as you face the back of the clock.

  2. Hi….I just found a clock sitting on a desk, advertised , free…didn’t know much about it, til I got home and researched it…..I just fell in love with the clock itself..
    When I found it, it was not working…after looking on Internet, I learnt how to get it to run…and so far I have succeeded…..so far…..it has been about 2 hours and it’s keeping time…..all appears in order..
    My question is, do these clocks need a key….there was no key…..and if I were to get a key, if needed, where does one put the key…thanks…..

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