These aren't my area but looks to be better quality. Anyway, any info would be appreciated.
This is a good quality movement, with endstones on the escape wheel, as many English duplexes were; they weren't a cheap thing to make, being very dependent on the accuracy of the escapement, and despite their technical inferiority to the detached levers and detents, were quite highly regarded in the first half of the 19th century. This one could well have been cased in gold, and it's unfortunate that its cap is missing.
The barrel setup ratchet and double tooth click on the barrel bar is often seen on Liverpool movements, and this one may have started life there, but was probably finished in Coventry or London.
There are several 'Charles Taylor & Son' entries listed in Loomes, one in Bristol, 1835-67, one in London, 1851-81, and one in
Paris, 19th century, so not much to go on, especially since the signature is probably for the retailer.