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An Overview Of Banjo Clock

Simon Willard patented his wall clock in 1802. While he called it his “Improved Timepiece,” it became known as the banjo clock because of its shape. It featured a pendulum that could be screwed down so the clock could be easily moved without damaging its suspension. Unlike many clocks of that day, the banjo clock […]

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Early Weight Driven Banjo Clock, Time Only

Early Weight Driven Banjo Clock, Time Only: it has a 6 1/2″ metal dial, solid brass eagle finial and a wood pendulum rod with heavy brass ball. One of the decorative brass pieces on the side case has “England” impressed into it. The case is mahogany and veneer. A crank style key is with it. […]

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Elm City Electric Banjo Clock, 24" Tall

Elm City Electric Banjo Clock, 24″ Tall, 7 1/2″ Wide Condition report All Clocks Sold in AS IS Condition Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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CHELSEA REVERSED PAINTED BANJO CLOCK

31 1/2 X 60 IN Condition report WORKS, CHIMES, REVERSE PAINT ALMOST PERFECT-NO CHIPS OR FLAKES. CRISP ORIGINAL PAINT. SOME PAINT TRANSFER ON WOOD, COULD BE CLEANED Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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New Haven Clock Co. Federal style banjo clock, 43

New Haven Clock Co. Federal style banjo clock, 43” h. Condition report Tablets replaced; touch-up to gold gilt; eagle finial replaced. Parts: Pendulum and key. We do not guarantee clocks and watches to be in working condition. Submit request to conditions@pookandpook.com. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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Weight Driven Banjo Clock

Circa 1840, rope trimmed style case with reverse painted throat and lower tablets, 8 day time only weight driven movement, painted iron dial, 32 3/4″t., 10″w., dial repainted, front of case now with gold paint, tablets restored, top finial replaced. Shipping: Call for shipping quote. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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