Seth Thomas Clock Co. "Regulator No. 2" early model, ca between 1878-1880. Rosewood veneered case is 34 inches long, has only a moderate number of bruises, no chips to speak of. Both doors have hook latches. Someone tried to install a knob on the lower door and left a hole to be filled. Old glass lost some of backing, new black paint has been put on where feasible, overall a good looking early glass. It is shown in Ly-Seth Thomas on an early No. 1 Regulator, clock No. 359. The old dial has been repainted very professionally. One really nice feature is the full label on the original sliding partition. That is a real plus. The flat iron weight is also original for this model. Now what it all boils down to is, this is a great early regulator with only one fault, the small hole in the lower door, and it should be an easy fix. In case you wondered why I said Ca 1878-1880, this base was only in use until 1880, this glass was only used between 1878 and 1880, there were no seconds bit on this model until 1879.