Here is my latest "guess who made it" clock from EBay. Unpacked it to find the bezel glass cracked, the key, pendulum and and leader thrown in to the case with no padding at all, just rattled around in there all the way from Wisconsin. The clock was being sold "as is" because it didn't run. Took me a whole 5 minutes to get the yolk adjusted and it is ticking merrily away as I write this. The movement will need a cleaning and lube and the case needs to be reglued, but all in all a nice clock for $25 (can I say that since I'm not asking a price?) The gong base is stamped "Tokyo Japan" and "Seikosha." The plates are nice and thick with no apparent worn pivots/bushings from initial inspection. Notice the way the main springs are wired back against the posts (photo #1). . . any guesses as to when this was made this would be appreciated.