I have a Bulle wall clock, housed in a five pane glass case with a metal frame. I inherited this clock from my father who inherited it from a great uncle. The clock was brought to the Dominican Republic (where I live) at the beginning of the 20th century. My father was born in 1924 and he says that since his earliest memories, that clock hung in his uncle's house. He has passed so I have no further information. The only thing I remember him telling me is that since batteries were hard to get in the Dominican Republic in those days, his uncle would mix chemicals and make a wet cell. However, I don't have the wet cell or even photos of it. It is in working condition, although the hour hand and gear were lost and an adaptation was made. I am starting on a conservation project although I may turn to a restoration later. I have partially disassembled the clock to assess the condition and will post some photos. The clock has no serial number. I am hoping to get some help in identifying year of clock and any related history. I am also interested in getting the the hour gear and hand, which I have crudely adapted. I also would like a source of small screws as some of them have been lost or damaged.