The Ansonia Clock Company painted their initial "A" inside a diamond pattern on the lower door glass of this premium wall regulator(see photo). It was prized by business offices, jewelery stores and railroad stations as a clock that incorporated excellent time-keeping quality as well as adding a handsome and eye-appealing appearance on their wall. Modern clock collectors often have an 'A' (as they are often referred to) in their home or office. The solid Walnut case on this clock is in excellent condition and the eight-day brass movement has been professionally cleaned and adjusted to insure accuracy and many more years of service for its next owner. The dial was professionally re-painted on the original dial pan and the hands and pendulum are also original to the clock. The upper door glass was replaced at some time in the clock's history. This is a really fine example of this desireable clock that has kept people, trains and office workers on schedule for over 100 years.