Hi. Great first post. That basic style of wall clock with fancy front glass and large pendulum was manufactured by both Japanese and European clock companies for a couple of decades ending in the late 1940's. It was very popular, and those clocks are still seen in antique shops. They were regularly seen for sale at auction in the 1980's during the clock collecting heyday. Seikosha and Junghans are two companies whose name or trademark I've seen on similar wall clocks. Glad to read that yours is running. Look on the clock plates for a small logo or other identifying information.HaggisCan said:Years ago, I found an old clock which I always presumed was German. It was in horrible shape, missing the minute hand, the pendulum suspension was broken and the case was..........etc. etc.[br /]In a bored moment, I decided to refinish the case, fix the pendulum and make a new hand.[br /]The end result was a not too bad looking, working clock.<p>Browsing the 'net one day I found a picture of an identical clock - well, amost identical. The one pictured had "Made in Occupied Japan" around the bottom of the dial.Does anyone have any information on the maker? Obviously it was made in the immediate post-WWII years.<P>
First try at posting on the new forum, so please bear with me.<P> Cheers! Hamish.