"Aaron Willard Jr." Timepiece or "Banjo" Clock, c. 1825, brass bezel over the roman numeral painted iron dial marked Aaron Willard Jr. Boston, with period barbed hands, half-round frames enclosing the reverse-painted glasses, throat glass reading Willard's Patent, lower glass reading Commerce, eight day time-only mechanism stamped A. Willard Jr. Boston with "T-bridge," fillister-head screws for case attachment, all regulated by a brass-faced pendulum bob, lg. 34 in.
mechanism and hands appear to be original A. Willard Jr., machanism arbor and hands have the notch to indicate set-up, dial repainted, frame and case restoration, glass are old replacements,
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