Help, can anyone please ID this German movement

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  1. paul830

    paul830 Registered User

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    Hello everyone, Can anyone please help ID this German Westminster movement? It is out of a Bailey, Banks, & Biddle bracket clock. Chimes on 4 coiled gongs and strikes on a 5th larger coiled gong. Massive brass gong block. I initially thought it might be a W&H. The only markings are what appears to be a serial number 114726. I attached several pics of the movement. Thanks for any help. All the best, Paul

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    Paul,

    Can you provide a picture of the complete backplate?

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    Thanks, I don't know how I forgot the back plate. :)
     
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    This is Mathias Bauerle.

    BR, Tatyana
     
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    Don't know how I overlooked it the first time.:oops:
     
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    Thank you Tatyana. The oval Peerless plate would have gone where the blank screw holes are above the serial number. It all fits now! I didn't know Bailey, Banks &Biddle used their movement, but I guess they used many different makers. Thanks again.
     
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