An elderly antiques dealer who I occasionally do work for recently let me have this clock as partial payment for restoration work I had done for him on his other clocks. I knew of Silas Hoadley, mainly with regards to his pillar and scroll clocks. I was intrigued by the case design and also the artwork on the dial. I was able to get the 30-hour w/w movement to run and keep good time. I’ve got the clock in storage for the short term. Here are a few photos. Sorry, no pics of the movement yet. One finial is detached, but still with the clock. Thankfully it doesn’t need much work to the case or movement. Has anyone ever come across a case like this?