Hello everyone, I just recently acquired and repaired a what I believe is a late 19th century or possibly very early 20th century German mantel clock that is unmarked that was apparently meant for export to the US Market as the only marking on the dial is a marking that says "Foreign" on the bottom of the clock dial in small print, otherwise the dial is unmarked and the movement is unmarked (no makers marks on it anywhere) but the style of the clock, the movement and the fact that it uses the No. 8 style winding key that is standard on all German clocks, makes me think its a German clock from the late 19th or very early 20th century. I bought the clock at a local antique mall for $20 in as is condition, (it had no key and the tag said it needed some work) which it turned out that the clock just needed to be wound and that the downrod for the pendulum bob was bent out of whack because the person who was selling it made the mistake of leaving the pendulum bob inside the clock when they transported it from where they bought it to the antique mall, which bent the pendulum's downrod (which leaving the pendulum bob attached to a mantel clock during transport is a big nono in the clock world because of that very reason) but I was able to get the clock going and the clock is keeping great time. I was wondering if anyone here would have some information on this clock as to who may have made it or when exactly the clock may have been made. Thanks, Levi P. S. about 4 years ago I visited the clock museum out in Pennsylvania (can't remember the name of the town it was in now) and I had a great time there.