Apparently this clock was in the waiting room of a grand-uncle's medical practice, I have no idea how long he owned it or how he came to have it, but I grew up with the clock in our own home, and now it's a part of my family. The clock keeps excellent time, I did a bit of oiling to the movement and chimes and adjusted the strikers so both the Whittington and Westminster chimes work. Now it just needs an unbroken minute hand and I'll be in great shape, but I figure I'll have better luck finding a replacement hand if I have some clues about the origin of the clock itself. The minute hand has a square hole, closeup photo included. Thank you for any insight into the age and origin of this clock.