Hello! I bought a cabinet clock Wuba Wamink but I don't know many things about it. I am very happy, it was love at first sight! but now I need to know more about the clock, with your help. It is a small clock: 9,45 inches height, 7,08 inches width and 3,94 inches depth. Dutch, and with a movement Dutch or German. I don't know if Warmink is the manufacturer and Wuba the movement type or mechanism... The case is walnut wood, elegant and classic, restrained. The clock has two windows, at each side, that allow to see the mecanism and another curved window to see the pendulum. Theorically is from fifties or beginning of sixties... What do you think about this date? Is it possible to date it with more precision? Talking about the mecanism, Can you tell me the name of the movement? Is it good or not...? I would like to know your opinion seeing the photos... All the pieces, and the key, seems originals. As you see, the clock have two holes, to wind-up. I am embarassed but I don't kown how it works. The clock strikes the bells every half and full hour. It's the first time I have a clock like this. You can see the photos. All opinions, details or information will be wellcome! Many thanks!!