So this is the picture I saw on eBay, about 3 hours before the end of the auction: The item was described like this: "Antique eightday wall clock. sold by E.Terry and sons. DOES NOT WORK MISSING PARTS eagle wing on right side is broken off I set it on for the picture." I asked the seller if the movement behind the dial was wood or brass and if there were any extra, filled in holes in the dial. His answer was "there are brass gears and stuff behind the dial and there are 2 wind holes." That didn't sound too promising, but I found a couple of examples of these clocks in my books and the winding holes are in exactly the same position on the dial. I don't know why there wasn't more interest in this clock. There was one other bidder, and I got it for twelve dollars and fifty cents. It should arrive any day now. I hope it has its 8-day wood works. If it doesn't its just a beat-up case. If the picture is enlarged, I believe I can see a seconds bit on the dial. Many of the 8-day double-deck clocks by E. Terry & Sons have this feature. The dial looks in great condition and the case basically complete, except obviously for the tablet, some veneer, and possibly feet. I'll follow up this post with either a smiley face or a sad face soon.