It will be interesting to see the variety of Kroeber clocks that out in our message board world. Please post photos of what you have. I only have two. The only porcelain clock that I have ever owned is a Kroeber. It is China No. 22 shown in LY's Kroeber Clocks in both a catalog illustration and an actual photo, circa 1898. The hands were missing and the pair on the clock are temporary until better ones are found. The porcelain is in excellent condition and the cobalt blue/gold is a good color. The movement is made by Seth Thomas for Kroeber and has the patented pendulum arrangement (a bar above and below the bob to allow movement of the clock without removing the bob). The photo shows one of the rings at the top of the bar. The other is on the lower bar and needs to be reattached to the pendulum. The other is the Krober "Alabama" being discussed in another thread under new acquisitions. It is a double statue figural, Circa 1895. https://mb.nawcc.org/showthread.php?t=63942 Part of the photos did not post so will add them.........Two of the photos had the same number and couldn't be loaded until I changed one.....photos are not in order Best, Richard T.