C.1890, Waterbury, Regulator No. 70, with original 2-jar mercury pendulum. Unfortunately this clock came out of a store in New York where the bottom had been removed, and the tapered bottom that is now in place is incorrect. The mahogany case has been refinished to a light walnut color that is pleasing to the eye. Mercury pendulum is in excellent condition with old faceted jars; note mercury is present but a bit low in jars. Porcelain dial and original hands are good; dead beat movement is sound, but will need cleaning. As this was a popular Waterbury model, it should not be too difficult to find a bottom to copy. Height as photographed: 74 inches These have been bringing 7 to 9 thousand dollars in original condition, so our estimate reflects current shape.