Yeah, I don't know the specie but yeah; These are usually made of construction grade, common, relatively soft wood. Most often the backboard has a lively quarter or bookmatch crotch veneer of possibly walnut, rosewood, or mahogany. Often the base piece has a bookmatch also of same or complementing veneer. Sometimes the door frame front only has a veneer. Often the remainder of the case is faux grain, ebonised, or dark toning. If you remove that trim on the door you might find shadows of original trim there - often some kind of pediment on each corner.
Top is most often treated with an inverted cornice molding flush with top of case. To the top then often is some kind of suitable ornament - gesso, wood carving, architectural designs, etc.
Do you suppose that wood panel surrounding the dial is original? I suspect it is not. Most viennas have a "floating" dial with no wood surround. Now, if that is original it may aid in learning the original design of the clock.
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I note one Resch, P10 and another by BOGEY, P12. Bogey's would mirror my goal for yours.