A great quality Jacques clock. Your clock was made during the 1920's after Charles Jacques left the business to George Borgfeldt & Company in NYC. The later 'Jacques' clocks made by Borgfeldt had simple but robust cases, the chimes within being their main attraction.
While many Jacques clocks had unusual and complex chime melodies, your clock will only play the Westminster chime on 4 tubes and strike the hour on the 5th tube. The majority of Borgfeldt Jacques clocks had 5, 6, or 9 tubes playing one, two, or three chime melodies respectively.
Movements were made in Germany by Math. Bäuerle GmbH specially for Borgfeldt's Jacques clocks. While not explicitly signed, it has been established that the tubes were made by R. H. Mayland's factory in Brooklyn and the cases were made by any one of several contractors.
The Borgfeldt Jacques tubular bell chime hall clocks were given a serial number for each clock built: an exact dating guide for each serial has not been prepared but would be something worth looking into doing. I do not think the smaller mantel clock cases were serialized.
It must be remembered that Borgfeldt was an importer and wholesaler of clocks + parts thereof instead of an in-house clock manufacturer. They did not do much standalone advertising in the trade magazines, so here's one of those 'rare' advertisements they published. The clock featured here will look familiar.