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Old 08-02-2017, 09:22 AM   #61
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Both clocks look very nice to me but Bob is correct, let's wait for Florian for the final blessing.

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Old 08-04-2017, 12:07 AM   #62
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I look forward to hearing Florians view.
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Old 08-04-2017, 07:23 AM   #63
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Originally Posted by afx20000 View Post
No fake. Original. Zinc dial with an eagle of the third generation. All hands original too (but painted). Many of them have no number/N on the right - probably used in KM administration headquarters on land. I will mention this in my book.

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About my clock I think he just wrote...
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9759 N: Very known clock to me. I have listed this one in my archive already. Although the additional "77" on the dial is unusual compared to all the others I think it is original. Bob is right about the sweep hand (this is a very well done probably hand made reproduction). This clock has an eagle of the second eagle generation on a brass dial. Nice original black painted case too...
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Old 08-08-2017, 04:48 PM   #65
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Thanks, what is the significance of the number 77 and also what would be a fair market value of this clock.

It is in fine working order and keeps good time.
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Default Re 77 Clock

I think I should reply to the question regarding the hand, all hands on this clock are 100% original, you are wrong.
The 77 has been engraved for a reason, when this clock was being restored
I noticed all the hands had been inscribed on their backs with a 77, matching the dial plate. Also another clock exhists ex Florians archives with a similar engraved no. Price is determined by the market, you get what you pay for, and if you are lucky a clock which has been professionally restored, and is unique, you must pay more if you want something special.
The most important aspect of the 77 clock is that it was used in a radio room
and is the only example extant with this provenance.
As such its a very very rare timepiece, which drew me to it. So its value is in my opinion well above the beat up run of the mill wall hangers.
Its also featured in Ulrics book.
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