Allan Thompson Willard Banjo clock reproduction NICE!

There is nothing like the soothing tick tock of an old vintage clock. I used to sit and listen to my Grandparent's clock for countless hours. I even tried counting the ticks for an hour, but I always ended up asleep. I think that love of old clocks has always been with me. I naturally was drawn towards clocks the older I got and now enjoy traveling to watch and clock shows with friends looking for unique timepieces to offer here. In an electronic age these clocks are a mechanical marvel and serve as conversation pieces no matter who is visiting. Here are some specifics about this clock:

Modern A. Thomson Xenia Ohio Banjo Clock, 8-day time only, weight-driven, brass movement stamped Kilbourn & Proctor Inc.. Painted steel dial with A. Thomson Xenia Ohio. Mahogany case with gilt front, top full turned finial, bottom drop with half acorn finial, turned ball drops at bottom of weight box, door and waist with gilt roping and spandrels. Brass scroll brackets mounted at sides of waist and hinged brass bevel for dial 10.75" wide x 4"deep x 42" long.Assembled from parts ordered from Foster S. Campos, Pembroke, Ma., includes illustrated brocher from above. EX Bob Anderson Collection. The throat tablet is split near the top.

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