I was recently given that beautiful Junghans J84/S or Junghans 684.70 with its case in the rare lantern shape and has a travel through half of Europe behind.
Although the movement has already been made in May of 1957 the clock appeared ultimately only in 1959 in a Junghans catalog on page 10:
From Junghans in Schramberg the watch made its way to the capital of Finland. There, in Helsinki a watchmaker worked mainly on tower clocks for churches. Apparently he had an excellent taste, because he gave this Junghans his granddaughter who now lives in Switzerland.
After a few years in the Alpine republic this little watch made its journey finally going on (with a few weeks stopover at customs in Frankfurt) and landed fortunately as a donation to me.
Now it will be presented at junghans-vintage.de:
The watchmaker's shop still exists and is now run by the cousin of the then donee: www.piekainen.fi
With thanks to the donor!
Here you can find the data to the movement: Junghans J84/S; Junghans 684.70