S. Willard Mahogany Striking Tavern Clock, Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1830, with turned and glazed wooden bezel over the 11 1/2-in. concave painted iron dial marked S. Willard, lower wood door, eight-day time and strike movement with rack and snail and recoil escapement powered by two lead weights and regulated by a pendulum with round iron rod and brass-faced lead bob, ht. 30 in.
Dial scratch (see photo), signature likely later.
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