Good Morning, I am back to clock collecting after about 20 years. My Dad loved clocks. He and I bought a number of clocks when I was younger. Such great memories. I am now looking for several clocks that I have always wanted. One of them being a pillar and scroll. I purchased one at auction last week and can't wait to receive it. I wanted to get your opinion and suggestions regarding this clock. I know the tablet is replaced by Moberg. He does such great work. Do I need to get it serviced before running it ? I would like to use it daily. And if so, by who? Also I don't like the new finials. Are period finials able to be found. Thank you for your help and comments. I am finding that I really like these wooden movement clocks. Here is the description from the auction Description: Seth Thomas, Plymouth Hollow, 30 hour, time and strike weight driven regulated by a pendulum wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock. This clock predates the Terry patent suit as the label does not acknowledge Terry as the patent holder. Dimensions: 17.5in x 29in x 4.75in Condition: Nicely refinished mahogany and mahogany veneered case in nice condition. Tablet by Moberg on original glass. Original top and base. Original dial was cleaned and restored by the Dial House. Original hands. Modern set of finials. Original pulley covers.