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Japanese Clock Manufacturers Hallmarks

from the Charlie Davis great collection.

Aikosha, Tokio
Aiko Clock -> Aikosha

Aichi Tokei Denki, Nagoya
Within two circles (1899)
Japanese watch factory, founded 1898
Aichiken Clock, Nagoya
Trade Mark T (1900) – K triangulos (1900)
Aichi Watchmakers Association
Araf
ARAF, inside a rhombus MADE IN JAPAN
Arisawa
Banyo
Binkosha
Cisne
Cisne Trade Mark
Compass
Eikosha, Tokio
AK within five-pointed star (1920) – Trade Mark TSU or UTS or STU (1920)
Ekubo
Ezawa
Hasagawa
Hattori
Hayashi
Hibino Clock, Nagoya
H tukyo mark (1940) – H circulo (1940) – Trade Mark Hibino Clock (1940)
Hikyu
Hotta, Tokio
NHT Trade Mark
Idzumiya
Imazu Clock, Nagoya
Caballo Trade Mark (1899) – TI romb Trade Mark (1899)
Ishihara
Jukosha
Kamaya
Kashida
Kato
Kenbishi
Kirtade
Kitamura
Kobayashi
Konshi
Kosuge
Kurachi
Kusama
Kusama ship trade mark
Kyoto
Maruzen, Tokio
Z circle (1920)
Matano
Meiji Clocks, Nagoya
MC or CM within diamond
Established in Nagoya around 1895
Meiko
Mizuno
Moki
Mori
Nagoya Shoji Clock Co, Nagoya
NS or SN (1923)
Nisshin Clock Industrial Co.
Manufacturer of 400 day or anniversary watches, believed to have started around 1950
Nishikawa
Oguri
Orii
Owari Clock Company
Japanese watch factory since 1894
Royal Clock
Sakai-kinsendou
Sato
Segawa
Seikosha
Currently Seiko Corp.
Shibuya
Shimomura
Shinlee
Tachimoto & Satos
Trade Mark TS or ST
Takano
Takara
Tezuka
Tokohashi
Tokyo Clock, Tokio
Tokyo-electric
Trade Mark Japan
Waku
Yamada
Yamamoto
Yamashita
Yamato
Yoneda
Yung Kong, Ginebra
Yoshida
See also  Swiss watch hallmarks A-D



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