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The carving looks like it could be a Durfee clock? Look at the tubes and see if they are marked. Also post a photo of the movement...that will help a lot toward identifying the clock.
This is all so wonderful and helpful. I wasn't sure what it meant to take a picture of the movement. So i will get a picture from behind this area and post it! The engraving below the 6 is the previous owners name.I spent a couple of hours thinking about this one. I'm starting to question my earlier guesses because the winding holes of this movement are not in the typical positions of an elliott or W & H hall clock. these are still possibilities, but the winding arbors look pretty similar to Elite monastery movements
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with that said, i have never seen a dial like that on an elite movement.
I did notice that your dial has an engraved shield between the middle winding hole and the 6. often times, there is simply the name of the retailer here but occasionally it is the name of the manufacturer or the manufacturer of the movement. it would be really helpful to know what is imprinted into your shield. also, can you stick your cell phone in behind the movement and shoot a clear photo or two of any stampings that may be there?
What does the name plate say?!?This is all so wonderful and helpful. I wasn't sure what it meant to take a picture of the movement. So i will get a picture from behind this area and post it! The engraving below the 6 is the previous owners name.