All right, I suspect the Cottage No. 2, shown in Tran from the 1883 catalogue, height 12 inches (Vol. 1); and the 1874 catalogue, height 10 1/2 inches (Vol. 2). Both are shown with winding arbor where yours is, indicating the same movement. The kicker is that there was also a Cottage No. 1, also 1874 catalogue, height 12 inches (Vol. 2). The No. 1 came as both 8-day and one-day, whereas the No. 2 was apparently only a one-day. Whereas the No. 2 could be either time only or time and strike, it is unclear whether the No.1 came as a time only; the 1874 catalogue picture is of a time and strike clock. The 1874 catalogue description itself is unclear, but reads, in pertinent part, the same as for the No. 2, which is an obvious time-only ("Spring-Strike"). Is that clear? I'm confused. Let's call it the No. 2 and go back to bed.