"Aaron Willard" Gilt-front Patent Timepiece or "Banjo" Clock, c. 1815, mahogany case with roman numeral painted iron dial signed Aaron Willard Boston, gilt rope-turned frames enclosing the reverse-painted tablets, throat tablet reading Patent, lower glass reading Victory on Lake Champlain with an eagle pendulum aperture, eight-day time-only movement regulated by a brass-faced pendulum bob, ht. 34 in.
original hands, re-painted glasses, case bottom re-glued and missing a piece of the board, dial re-painted and signature appears to be added.
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