Hi Ray, In Moores book "British Clockmakers & Watchmakers Apprentice Records 1710-1810. Goode, Charles Mas. , Lewen Bloomer son of Richd. gent (deceased)app. Citizen & Clockmaker, London, Mx. 5 Jul. 1714,7 years, 30 pounds. I then when to "Clockmakers of Britten 1286-1700" by Brian Loomes. " GOOD (E) CHARLES, London. He was a watchmaker, who was made a free Brother in the Clockmakers Company in September 1686. he took as apprentices: March 1692/3 Mougham James (through John Elton); July 1724 Lewen Bloomer, son of Richard Bloomer, gentleman, deceased. He did not sign the 1697 oath roll of allegiance for any city company. In 1712 he contested a patent application by John Hutchinson claiming that he had made a watch 14 years earlier to do the same as Hutchinson's ie wind without an aperture in the case. I have no dates on him after 1714, but he died in 1730. He was a watchmaker of the parish of St.Mary Le Strand when his will was proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury on 7 April 1730. Several watches are known, also lantern, bracket (figs 110-111) longcase clocks (including month duration, fig. 112) usually signed Chas, Goode London, cha. Goode London`or Charles Goode London" So a well-known watch & Clockmaker of his time. I still think your piece is one of his later pieces, but you are lucky to own it. Going on to the "RB" on the case Richard, Bayley registered his mark in 1720 (See Jackson) Johns suggestion is well-meant, but I don´t think Richard Bell would have marked a case four years after Charles Goode watchmaker, died. Best Allan.