Schatz Diamond Dial 400 Day Clock Made in 1952

I recently repaired this clock. Diamond dial clocks are not as common as those with round enamel dial. This diamond dial is unusual in having a picture (beehives and beekeepers) instead of a silver background. I cleaned the movement, polished and burnished several of the pivots, and replaced the suspension spring. This clock runs extremely well.

The movement is dated 10 52 (October 1952) and is Horolovar back plate number 1281.

Here is a video of the clock running:

Here is a slide show:

Repair job 4907.


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3 comments

  1. I have that clock. Bought in Iceland 1952. Would like to know the value know. I paid 36 dollars for it at that time.

  2. I have that clock. Bought in Iceland 1952. Would like to know the value know. I paid 36 dollars for it at that time.

  3. I have that clock. Bought in Iceland 1952. Would like to know the value know. I paid 36 dollars for it at that time.

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