Waterbury Clock Co. hanging oak cased clock, "Eton", ca 1906. Crusty oak case is 39" high, has the original finish, doubtful if ever cleaned. It is nice so I would assume it has been polished and has always been in a situation where folks enjoyed the clock and took good care of it. It has a decent label inside and two labels on the back. The movement is spring driven, signed by Waterbury, running, and striking a gong on the half hours and hours. The original painted dial is signed two places, hands and brass rings are original, so are the gong, brass bob, and wood stick. In the bottom is a signed porcelain beat scale. This clock is about as original as we ever have come into our place. If you like original and crusty, I suggest you get on this one, for you will not find one any better. Ly-Waterbury No. 581.