I acquired this clock at an estate sale. The owner thought it was made in 1825. I have been unable to find out much info on H. Blakeslee other than his full name is George Goodloe Harper Blakeslee, born 1806, and brother to M. & E. Blakeslee. Consensus is that he was a clock seller in Cincinnati, OH, and possibly worked for Luman Watson before going in business for himself. The movement looks like a Seth Thomas 1.511 and is a short drop with a 46 tooth escape wheel. The label says it is a patent clock and was printed by the "Office of the Evangelist" which I assume was a newspaper. The clock has an odd mixture of features like claw feet, two doors, four columns and a scroll with wood finials. The scroll is probably not original as it is made of 3/4 inch thick solid mahogany. I'm looking for any information that would pin down when it was made, who made it if Blakeslee was just a seller, and what it might have looked like originally, prior to the new scroll. My first time posting, so thanks in advance for your help.