Just acquired this one, plenty of work to do though. Standard GB skeleton with matching pendulum no. 2131671. I have been after one of these for sometime, but this was the first to become available at a sensible price. It's tired and tatty, but surprisingly runs quite well as bought, despite a poor set up. I do have the suspension guard, just removed to get it running. The whole clock is going to need a strip, clean and rebuild. The base is showing signs of age and wear and tear and will need re-laquering. It was originally made of two pieces of wood, and there are also traces of separation between the two, which will need to be rectified. The pendulum has been dropped and dented, plus a poor repair. Has anyone experience of anealing and repairing a damaged disk? Any useful knowledge would be appreciated.