Hi all, first time poster. My wife inherited this clock when her Mom died last year. We had it cleaned, adjusted and repaired to running condition. Per the repairman's description: French Gilt Brass Grande Sonnerie Repeating Carriage Clock with Alarm Clock, made in the late 1800's; the clock has carry handle, repeat button, underside of the case with quarters only/silent/full striking sonnerie selection lever, enamel silver dial with Arabic numerals; twin barrel movement with platform lever escapement, striking with two hammers on a gong and a further hammer for the alarm. The case stands approximately 7.5" tall and 3.5" wide. The case is made of gilt brass with minor wear and intact glass sides. There is no signature but is there a way of identifying the maker? Is late 1800's a reasonable estimate for date of manufacture? Thanks in advance for any information.