I have been brought a Labeled Charles Stratton, Holden Massachusetts clock case. The case is in good condition. It has carved half columns. The printer of the label is still legible and is kind of odd=J.M. Spy Office, Worcester ,Mass. It appears that the movement ( missing with dial) was held in by two wooden strips mounted on the back board. The top splat is also missing. I have searched the internet for photo's of something similar. Haven't had much luck with a name or printer search. Any info. pertaining to Charles Stratton would be appreciated . The Gentleman that brought the case to me seems to think that this is a rather rare clock and should be restored.He's been an auction "assistant" for many years and has an immensely extensive personal collection..Since I don't have an original wooden movement or dial am wondering if this is really worth pursuing...I look at it like you'd look at a corvette car =If all of the parts are not original to the clock is the clock actually valuable! I will attempt to post photo's later.meanwhile anyone that knows anything about the maker; your comments would be appreciated and helpful! Thank you in advance!!