Antique clock collectors refer to this attractive case style as a "chisel bottom" due to the slanted lower portion of the case (see photograph). A previous owner did some excellent restoration of this fine clock lending an exceptionally attractive appearance to the veneer as well as a precisely running eight-day brass, time-only movement. The replaced dial paper bears the Waterbury Clock Company name. The lower door glass has been professionally restored with an attractive blue background and gold "bob" window surround. The 8-day movement has been recently serviced and runs perfectly, keeping good time. An old original Waterbury label inside the lower door is complete and legible. We have listed this clock with a reasonable amount that reflects our conservative pricing policy. When found on the internet this type of clock often sells for more than $800. This beauty is ready to hang on your wall to provide years of trouble-free service.