Antique clock collectors often refer to various clocks using commonly-accepted generic names. This type of clock is usually called a "chisel bottom" because of the slanted bottom on the case (see photograph). A previous owner did some careful restoration on this clock, lending a wonderful appearance and precise operational quality. The Rosewood case veneer has a bold and rich colored pattern and the replaced dial bears the Waterbury Clock Company name. The lower door features a 'bob' window with gold surround and a rich blue background. Inside the case is a clean eight-day movement that has been recently serviced and is running perfectly---keeping excellent time. The old Waterbury label shows its age (see photograph) but is complete and legible. As with our other clocks, this beauty has been listed with a price that beats similar offerings on the internet and at most antiques shops where we've seen Waterbury "Chisel Bottoms" selling for $800 and up. Our reasonable prices are the result of careful management and low overhead. This fine clock is ready to hang on the wall for years of trouble-free service. SPECIAL NOTE: My wife brought to my attention the fact that in the overall photograph of this clock there is a little tab of brown showing near the bottom right side of the case. That is a cardboard 'shim' that I put behind the clock to level it. Our peg board walls are not level or 'plumb' so we need to use those cardboard pieces to allow the clocks to hang properly.