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Bulle Serial Numbers

Years

1920

1922

1924

1926

1928

1930

1932

1934

1936

1938

1939

1946

1948

1950

1952

1954

Serial Numbers

1 - 2,500

8,000+

21,000+

47,000+

86,000+

120,000+

145,000+

189,000+

230,000+

270,000+

Production stopped at 300,000(?)

Production resumed(?)

310,000+ (?)

320,000+ (?)

326,000+ (?)

Production ceased, maybe at 330,000

Commercial production began about 3rd qtr 1920. Production stopped in 1939 and did not resume until after the war, then stopped for good in 1954 following Bulle's death. A total of about 330,000 clocks were made, apparently all being sequentially numbered. Without factory or other documentation the above numbers need to be considered a best estimate and used with caution, especially the post war numbers.

Source: John Hubby dba Pas-Times  400-Day Clock Specialist; P.O. Box 9543,
The Woodlands, TX 77387-6543; AWI  BHI  NAWCC (Secretary, International 400-Day Clock Chapter #168) E-Mail pastimes@juno.com

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