Schatz Standard 400 Day Clock, Maroon, with Painted Scene on Dial, 1952

This Schatz standard size 400 day clock is dated 11 52 (November 1952) on the back of the movement. The case, dial, pendulum and pillars are a beautiful maroon color, with brass trim. The dial’s center is a scene of a seated couple, the man playing a flute and the woman holding a fan, and another man playing a lute.

The most common Schatz 400 day clocks are brass with enamel dial, but these painted clocks are seen every now and then.

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Repair job 8733. I polished the pivots, replaced the missing top block, fork and bottom block, and installed a 0.004″ suspension spring.

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