I wasn't sure about this one. I was pointed to the pics at auction decided against it. Then the chap who restores most of my clocks picked it up because there had been no sensible bids and bought it after the auction. In the auction the case looked tired, the dial was a modern aluminium one. I saw it only after it had the movement out. Turns out the original iron dial was behind the aluminium one. The hands appear original but all the paint had been scraped off the iron dial. No makers mark on the movement. The movement has rectangular plates, late pattern pillars, chain fusee. I bought it because it is very sweet, has a beautiful original glass, early style sight glass bezel. The dial is away being repainted, and I don't have the movement to hand to photograph but the case came back from the cabinet maker as he was dropping off another clock. He says that if we had not told him the date of the movement he would have said the case was 1820/1830. So, I wonder how old it really is? Possibly a lot closer to 1850 than I originally thought. I don't know when those bezels came in but the hinge had been moved. I think only because the screws were loose so the put it in a different place. Will produce movement and dial pics when available, for now enjoy the work of the cabinet maker. It didn't look this good last time I saw it!