This is a rare clock. It is a model 87 Lenzkirch case with a Junghans movement. If you are a collector of Lenzkirch clocks you already know that the Junghans company bought out
the Lenzkirch company during the depression of the late 1920's. Before shutting down the factory completely, Junghans finished the clocks that were almost completed.
This was accomplished a couple of ways. Completed Lenzkirch movements without cases were installed in Junghans cases. Completed Lenzkirch cases
without a matching movements had Junghans movements installed in them. The latter is the case with this clock. It is not a marriage, it came from the
factory this way. The clock has a time and half hour strike movement and will run for 8-days. This
clock ships from Michigan.
$1,450 plus PH&S
Lenzkirch balcony or open well style wall clock with brass decorations.
The case is Oak and it has a 24 series half hour strike movement. This clock will run a fortnight (14-days) on a winding.
This clock ships from Michigan.
$1,850 plus PH&S
Lenzkirch Brass Table Clock with time only movement. The cherubs appear to be giving flowers to the lady in the center.
The clock will run a week on a winding. It ships from Michigan.
$1,150 plus PH&S
Lenzkirch Wall Clock with prototype Lenzkirch time only movement. These clocks are not common. Lenzkirch
made these prototype movements that were supposed to be easier to work on and repair. They did not really catch on so after a short
production run they were discontinued. They were made in both striking and non-striking versions. This clock appears to be all-original.
The finish is showing its age. This clock ships from Michigan.
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