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Depending exactly on what you wish to know, the information provided here and on the website where you found the picture you posted probably has as much information as might be known, short of personal experience. It is not clear to me (but I'm willing to be corrected) that the clock's name is either Tampa or Tampa Variant (which seems less likely). It is, of course, similar, to the Tampa.
BTW, I hope you received the requisite permission from prices4antiques.com to post their picture on this website.