I cannot remember where or when I acquired this. It has sat on a back shelf for several years now but as I am just starting to get interested in actually working on clocks, I will post this as a new acquisition. This is the first time I have actually even taken off the face plate for a closer look. Aside from the numeral 11, I can see no other identifying marks. It has about a 30-hour run on its small mainspring. You can see that the entire clock is only about 10 inches tall and the movement itself is only about 3... ...on the movement there is only the number 11 and the back paper shows kind of a moon shape that has been defaced... ...on the back are some inscribed numbers but I have no idea if they reference anything in the clock world... ...The face was a piece of printed paper stuck to a piece of tin that screws to the braces shown in the first picture and fits into the peak. The hands appear to be different styles so are probably replacements. So I need to find a replacement face at least. The case is pretty shabby, has what appears to be black wax filling in where the veneer has been lost, but it has some simple charm and the movement itself runs quite well...so that is good. I may also need to do something about the pendulum as it is held on with a tiny piece wood threaded onto the end and I am not sure that it will last... Does anyone know where I can find a roughly 4-inch vintage face plate? Any other info anyone has on a clock like this would be greatly appreciated.