the registration as early as 1877 of the first factory
trademark, "eagle with flag", the JUNGHANS trademark, a clock
cogwheel fashioned into a eight-pointed star, became the brand
symbol in 1890. Three years later, the millionth timepiece was
produced. In 1903 JUNGHANS was the largest clock-maker in the
world. They were well-known for producing a wide variety of
clocks. The company further expanded over years merging with
other well-known German clockmakers including Lenzkirch,
Thomas Haller and Gustav Becker.
1930s C. F. R. advertising clock
This is a single bell alarm clock made by Junghans in the
1930s or 40s. It has separate springs and set
knobs for the time and alarm functions. Loud
ticking and loud alarm. The C. F. R. logo is for
Căile Ferate Romāne,
federal railroad of Romania, which started in 1880.