Do you sell these replacement clock keys?


I have a KIENINGER OBERGFELL Anniversary Kundo dome clock, and it unfortunately doesn’t have the key anymore. Do you sell these replacement keys, and if so, how much are they?

I’ve been searching all over the net and cannot find an exact replacement key… I’ve found a few sites that sell reproduction keys, which I’m certainly ok with, but come in varying sizes. And again, I must unfortunately say that I don’t know what size I need to buy! Could you help me out with that as well? What kind of key do I need and any referrals on where to buy the key?

Thanks for taking the time… I appreciate it!



3 Responses

  1. Hello Matt,

    The standard size 400 day KUNDO key is the #10 key.
    I can send you one of you want for 4 to 5 dollars depending on where you are in the U.S.A.

    If you have a picture of the back plate of the clock I could give you more detailed info on it.

    You can order keys at Time Savers or Merritt’s in the U.S.A.; but, they have an extra charge for small orders.

    Single Brass Key TimeSavers

    Single Brass Key Merritt’s Antiques

    These clocks are torsion clocks and happen to be my favorite. If you have any questions do not hesitate to ask.


  2. HI James,

    Thanks for the response! I greatly appreciate it.

    After some additional research last night, I decided to try Amazon and to my amazement… I found a 5 way key deal that had two sets ranging from size 2-11 for only $13.00. Obviously I couldn’t go wrong buying it, so went ahead and it will be delivered tomorrow… Gotta love Amazon Prime!

    I thank you for the offer to sell me a key, and the additional resources you mentioned. I’m attaching some pictures for you to take a look at, and if you would… Give me your opinion on it. I bought it at an estate sale and got a heck of a deal on it, so I’m curious what you think it’s worth?

    KUNDO 400 Clock
    KUNDO 400 Clock
    KUNDO 400 Clock
    KUNDO 400 Clock

    I actually have an online Etsy store where I buy Vintage & Antique items of all areas of interest. In fact, it’s just a hobby of mine as I have a Full Time career… But it’s turned out to be a big success as I have 1,200+ items already… And almost 300 sales in less than 2 years. If you would like… Feel free to check it out!

    Anyway, please feel free to post my question on your site… It looks like an awesome page and business you’ve established! I’ll also congratulate you on being in the top searches via Google… As that’s how I came across your info.

    Thanks again, and hope to hear back from you soon!

  3. Hello Matt,

    The 5 way keys are great! It was a good purchase.

    From the pictures, that particular clock was made around 1976. See image below.

    Kieninger and Obergfell Horolovar plate

    It looks like one I have for sale.

    In working order they are about 50 to 75 dollars depending on whether the dial is painted or porcelain, the brass is in good shape and the dome glass not plastic, etc.

    That is one of the last 400 day clocks made by KUNDO.

    That is a nice Etsy store. You have motivated me to start an Etsy site. Ebay is too costly.

    If you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask.

    Best regards,
    James R

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