Help to recognize this clock

Alex K

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Hello People,
I have very few photos from seller, and I need your experience to understand what it is in real. Move
Thanks to all in advance for your opinion.
Alex

dial0.jpg dial1.jpg dial2.jpg
 

Chris Radano

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It doesn't look like the back box is original.
The dial, dial surround, and bezel, look like they are ok. The dial is repainted. The hands could be original, or replaced. I think I can see the winding square centered in the winding hole, so that is encouraging. But no pic of the movement.
 
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Les harland

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I cannot see any sign of a door on the bottom of the back box in picture No 2
There should be one to enable the pendulum to be moved to start the clock after winding
 
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Alex K

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Today I touched them. This was wrong find. It is a mix from different clocks (probably rather old work) but nothing valuable unfortunately.
Thank you all for replies and attention.
 

novicetimekeeper

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Good swerve, dial has far too many screw holes so it doesn't even look right from the front.
 
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