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    Posted 1 year ago

    EZa
    (39 items)

    Art Nouveau German? Wall Clock. Was sold as Gustav Becker, but it isn’t. So can anyone identify the maker? There is a B on the back. Runs great- actually pretty quiet. Should I clean the metal, is that copper? About 26”x 16”.

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    1. slackjack, 1 year ago
      Made by Kraft Behrens in Leipzig . 1900 to 1910 . Most of these used brass on the case trim . Polish if you must . Use silver polish on the dial VERY CAREFULLY .
    2. Bruce99 Bruce99, 1 year ago
      My advice would be to try using Cream of Tartar on the silver dial and nothing abrasive at all.
    3. EZa EZa, 1 year ago
      Thanks so much slackjack and Bruce99! I'm not touching the dial or face. I just wanted to bring up the dark stain on the bottom metal trim piece a little bit. Maybe on a day when I wake up with a lot of confidence, patience, and energy. Otherwise I enjoy all the signs of age. Thanks so much for identifying. Now I don't have to call it the "Not Gustav Becker" Clock.

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