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  1. Hi, I have constantly updated my information about Junghans pocket watches last year and lately I have started to search for serial numbers to maybe shed some light onto this subject. First results here: http://dirkfassbender.de/serial-numbers.html Any help is welcome. I look for low and high movement numbers and especially dedication engravings which could give hints for better dating Junghans pocket watches. Best regards Dirk
  2. I'll copy transfer the points with my "dial feet position gauge" to a sheet of paper and measure the distances and angles. Then I 3D print simple dial holder which I use to transfer the correct positions.
  3. No, the positions can differ, I solved the problem like this: http://dirkfassbender.de/dial-feet-position-gauge.html
  4. I updated my site: http://dirkfassbender.de/dial-feet-soldering-machine.html
  5. http://dirkfassbender.de/dial-feet-soldering-machine.html
  6. HI Vic, Thank you very much for helping. Best regards Dirk
  7. At the moment I'm researching the "Zeitübertragungsuhr ZÜU" time transfer pocket watch which Junghans delivered to the military. http://dirkfassbender.de/time-transfer-pocket-watch.html Can somebody provide me further pictures or information? Regards Dirk
  8. Those are still missing. Miss, Junghans Katalog 1927 J8 - used in the Ego and later produced as model H, my theory J17a J35a J48 J49 J55a Figaro, Junghans Katalog 1923 I have added the "Figaro" again as it is mentioned in an article as a separate movement. "Die Uhrmacherkunst" 1938, Nr. 18, Seite 244 - Schwingungszahlen deutscher Kleinuhren. Any hints are most welcome. Regards Dirk
  9. So, for the time being this clock goes to John Masgreave, Brass Founder (clock) in Birmingham.
  10. Thank's a lot. That leads the search into a proper direction. I'll have a look at the clock tomorrow to make some pictures. Regards Dirk
  11. Those are still missing. Model A, got pictures from the Deutsche Uhrenmuseum, Furtwangen Model B, got pictures from the Deutsche Uhrenmuseum, Furtwangen Model C, got pictures from the Deutsche Uhrenmuseum, Furtwangen Miss Goliath 26''', got pictures from the Deutsche Uhrenmuseum, Furtwangen J1- utopian, but hope dies last. got pictures from the Stadtmuseum Schramberg J8 - used in the Ego and later produced as model H, my theory J17a J28/11 J28/20, got pictures from the Deutsche Uhrenmuseum, Furtwangen J35a J48 J49 J53 J55a J
  12. Hi, I need your help! What is the name of this clock maker from Birmingham? Regards Dirk
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