By Gerog Peter Ploninger, In Place at the Court(?). This is not a very photogenic clock! But it has a nice, quality, interesting movement. It's missing a side door, 2 bells, weight and pendulum. But this movement is in very good condition. It's an iron plated movement. 9" dial appears to be pewter. The tips of the hands were replaced, not sure if the hands are original. I don't know if the alarm was added later, the alarm disc partially covers the dial signature. But the alarm spring appears to wind! I didn't look at how the repeat function works. I think a string is pulled to set the repeat, then it's powered off the weight? It's a difficult clock to handle. And I've been busy with a bracket clock, but this was the last part of a late Summer trifecta. Let me know if you can find anything from the pics. I think this clock was made in Munich, but I don't know for sure. The seller is based near Munich. I would date in the 2nd quarter of the 18th C.