Kieninger & Obergfell Kundo anniversary clock, circa 1976
Clock is about 12 inches tall to the top of the dome. The face is a little over 3½ inches in diameter. Brass movement is clean and bright. I believe this is a 400-day clock. The back plate matches Plate 1380 in Horolover 400 Day Clock Repair Guide, 10th Edition, by Charles Terwilliger, and the clock has the plastic snap-in suspension protector, which places this clock around 1976. The heavy plastic dome is very clear and scratch free - looks just like glass. The base has three adjustable leveling feet that work properly. Everything looks original to me. The brass (I believe some parts are brass and others may be brass plated) could use a little polish, especially out side the area covered by the dome. The original key is missing.
This clock was obtained from an estate auction in October 2008, I don't know when or if it's ever been serviced. I wound it and set it and it started right up and ran continuously until sold on eBay for $17.50.