Hermle Clock Movement Directory

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Hermle Clock Movement Directory

Above all, the Hermle clock movement directory is to get to the correct page that contains the proper clock movement. Of course, this is an important first step when ordering a new clock movement. Thus, Hermle mechanical movements have numbers on the back plate starting with the below few numbers. Then a dash (-) follows and then some more numbers. For example: 340-020 131-070 1161-853 351-020 and so forth. So, if the clock says something like 1161-053 drop the second half and click the 1161 button below. Then this will bring up the page where you can find the 1161-053 movement. Also, this is where the rest of the 1161 series can be found.

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If Not Listed

If the old Hermle clock movement is not found on these pages do not give up hope, we may still have a conversion available or we may be able to create it out of what exists. However, we need to know the movement number. So please email your movement number. Of course a picture of the back plate is also helpful. Moreover, if your movement numbers do not look like the Hermle movement numbers it may be made by someone else. Additionally, the mechanical movement identification page will assist you with determining who made the clock. In any event, this is for post WW2 modern mechanical clock movements made in Germany only. Whatever type of movement you have in your clock should be identifiable by the markings that are on the back plate.

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