I picked this clock up from a dealer outside Budapest. They know nothing of it's origin. There are parts missing and some parts replaced. It's a small tower clock. About 21" long, 12" wide, 14" high. Ideally, I'd like to know which parts are original. Some I can tell based on wear and differences in metal. I need help with restoration if anyone has experience with this age clock. My main question at the moment involves the crown escapement wheel and pallet arbor. The arbor is offset about 1/2 inch from the center of the crown escapement wheel. The back arbor support is actually bent about 15 degrees to one side (facing clock to the right). See pic "Back 2". It had to be deliberate because it is forge hammered with two rivets. Furthermore, while I read that pallets should be offset approximately 90 degrees, pallets with that offset wouldn't clear the escapement tooth. FYI, the arbor looks original (forged) but the pallets are definitely replaced (welded). Any thoughts are appreciated. A haven't disassembled yet but I know there are some serious resistance issues. I have read anything I can find....which isn't much. Any help at all will be most appreciated.