Greetings, I am considering buying this "find" from a second-hand store here in the south of Italy. It's more than 6 feet as I am 5'11" and that point falls about at the base of the 12 indicator on the dial. I do not think it's quite seven feet from the floor though. The dial appears hand decorated and the glass has some waviness, but no dimples or defects in it (maybe replaced along the way). One nail holding the backboard is square (like the old tacks my dad used to keep in a rusty cigar tin), and I am unable to find any hint of a maker's name (front or back of the dial) with the access I had in the store. Nothing even faded against a reflected light. There were some kinds of perhaps paper documents stuck (glued?) on the top of the crown, but they looked almost mummified, so nothing easy to learn there. Any suggestions on how to tease out the information without destroying things would be helpful! Also, one weight is marked "12" and the other "13" or "15." If anyone can maybe clarify and advise which weight is for which train, it would be very helpful to me. I am buying it solely for the pleasure of working on it, and having it by my side for a few months, as we can't ship it back to the US or take it with us to France. Based on the case, dial and hands, my guess is maybe Scotland, and perhaps the later period, like 1875-1890? Hope these photos are helpful. All observations and comments welcome. Thanks in advance!