This is a movement complete with Art Deco face, hands, weights in chrome cases, chains and pendulum. The clock movement is marked. DRP 554626, which is a German patent. Granted for Joseph Kieninger on July 23 1932 (patent for self regulating westminster chime). There is no other makers mark.
I have tested the clock movement and it has been ticking merrily. The hammers work fine, with Westminster chimes at 15 minute intervals and the chimes marking the hour. I bought the movement in the 1970s from a clock which had been dismantled but never got around to making a clock case. Having recently inherited my father-in-law's grandfather clock, now seems to be the time to sell this one! As a movement which could be up to 90 years old, the clock seems to be working well.
There is a tiny dent on the clock face between 9 and 10 hours. The chrome on the weight cases is pitted with the brass showing through in places. As the item is heavy, delicate and awkward in shape and size, I'm prepared to deliver it free of charge within a 100 mile radius of Halifax. For greater distances there will be a charge of 20p per additional mile measured from my home in Halifax with a limit of distance negotiable due to needing to make a return journey.