I originally posted this elsewhere but, as suggested, I am starting a new thread. I have one more clock that I would like the collective wisdom of the group to take a look at. This one has been in our family for much longer than I have been alive. It runs great, but I will be taking it apart soon and giving it a very long overdue cleaning and oiling. The movement has no markings on the back and is very straightforward in its design. There may be some on the dial side but I'm not sure as I have never had this one apart. This is also the clock in my profile picture and the one that gave me an interest in the mechanics and artistry of the trade to begin with. I'm not sure if this clock is all original or not. I believe it is another one of my grandfather's restorations. He, like many here, would buy old clocks all over the place and repair them. Sometimes that involved taking parts and pieces from one clock (sometimes entire movements) and using them to repair something else. I do believe he tried his best to keep things as original as possible though.