The dial is what is called Ivorine, a celluloid material that yellos with age. Junghans watches came to be known as affordable, high-quality products from Germany and sold well around the world. It is a Waterbury 'gingerbread' clock. I inherited two clocks and would love to learn a little more about them, and of course, what they might be worth. Antique or Repro? We think it Adamantine, single column, roman numeral face. It has a pendulum that may be brass.
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Can't pin down enough info about my mantle clock! It is a thumb wind with two light bulbs. The only complete historical catalogue runs that I'm aware of,as well as the actual proto-models of historical Junghans movements, are conserved in the Stadtmuseum Schramberg. I know it's a Waterbury, but other than that I haven't a clue.