I won this auction recently, though I have not had the invoice yet. It is going to be expensive to get it here, more than I paid for it, but it was very cheap. Thomas was the eldest son of William Speakman, William had several sons who made clocks, it was quite a family of clockmakers. It comes with what appear to be London brass cased weights contemporary with the age of the clock, and a pendulum. The case is quite a bit later, but looks quite tidy for an 18th century case, I'm sure I can find a use for that. I'm told it is an 11" dial, and I recently bought a case that might fit it. Although that case, too, is younger than this clock, it would be a more appropriate setting. I'm supposed to be collecting local provincial clocks, but this was too good to pass up. I have a space in mind for it. Will provide more pics when available Staand horloge, Thomas SPEAKMAN, London. A fine and elegant Queen Anne longcase clock, ca. 200 c I think this is probably pre 1700, but certainly there or there abouts. 11" dial but early spandrels and internal countwheel. 5 pillars knopped and finely finned. Will be interesting to see if the fifth is latched, I don't yet have a clock with latched pillars.