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  1. the numbers and marks look the same for the dial but i translated the sticker on the back and it said the year was 46 the stamp in blue and if hermel is the manufacture was they about and in business in 46?? also any ideas on the the key porort left and right? as the centre one is to wind the clock which is syill going 3 days later after 7 turns i believe, althought the chimes have stopped not sure if that is because i set the lock on the chimes in the back
  2. https://s1259.photobucket.com/user/cal646/media/Mobile Uploads/20200824_191209_zpsy9wkymyf.jpg.html https://s1259.photobucket.com/user/cal646/media/Mobile Uploads/20200824_191111_zpsfpr9oelk.jpg.html https://s1259.photobucket.com/user/cal646/media/Mobile Uploads/20200824_191122_zpsydaixzec.jpg.html https://s1259.photobucket.com/user/cal646/media/Mobile Uploads/20200824_191045_zpsddvyttoq.jpg.html i also know the middle keys port is to wind it up but im not sure what the one on the left or right does they are both tight and i dont want to force them of course ,it did chime at
  3. hey all i recied a clock from my grandparents after they sadly died and i like to find some more info on it it german as the paper tag on the door is in german though it has no makers mark it has a year which is i believe 1946 and a serial numberi believe its mahogany construction with maybe a rose wood face, (dont quote me on that) there is as i said a serial number on the ticket and a set of 5 numbers on the workings plate in the back i shall post a few pics as soon as i can any help identifiing the maker would be amazing thank you
  4. hi im after some help identifing a mantle clock i recied from my late grand parents its german mantle clock and i hope you clock wizards can help me
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