Sambo Blinking Eye Clock and Another Case, attributed to Bradley and Hubbard, Meriden, Connecticut, the cast iron case in the form of a black banjo player dressed in a hat, shirt, vest, pants, and shoes, thirty-hour, lever-escapement movement with paint on zinc dial with Roman numeral mounted in the body of the banjo, mechanical connection provides the up and down automaton motion to the eyes with the escapement action, all on a rectangular base, and another of the same statue never finished as a clock, ht. 16 in.
Clock ticks but is in need of a cleaning. Paint darkened with dirt and age with some losses. Eyes in the unfinished case are solid and movement hole is filled with a wooden panel.
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