Last week I was contacted about setting up a "Hall clock " that was being shipped from Colorado. I was expecting a Howard Miller, Sligh, or possibly an English or German. What I found was quite a surprise. When I arrived they told me it was in 5 separate crates. The main one looked more like a sarcophagus. As the unpacking progressed I found quite a clock inside. It has an older style 9 tube Herschede movement and no one there could date the clock with any accuracy. I would place the movement at around the 1920's Thought some of you might like to see this 8'6" piece of work. A very beautiful clock.