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Federal banjo clock

gilt wood and mahogany, eglomise panels depicting naval battle and cornucopia, with weight and winder, American, early 19th century, 33-3/4 x 10-1/4 x 4 in. Eglomise panels possibly original with extensive repainting, minor breaks and repairs to pierced brass elements, dial with some inpaint and scattered minor losses, finial regilt, glass in dial door reattached […]

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New Haven banjo clock with reverse painted panels

New Haven banjo clock with reverse painted panels (glass panels as is) 8″x 25″ Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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American Banjo clock

A 19th century American Banjo wall clock. 8-day weight driven time only movement. Mahogany case with Brass bezel and side arms, painted dial, Eglomise panels in center panel and lower door with Gilded rope carved decoration. Old finish with wear and minor damage, some flaking on Eglomise panels, lacks finial. 30″ high. ESTIMATE $400-800 Condition […]

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Massachusetts Federal Banjo Clock

signed “Willard’s Patent”, circa 1810-1820, mahogany case, panels with carved and gilt frames, throat and base panels with gilt leafy scrolls with cream, blue and red paint, throat panel signed, painted dial with Arabic chapter ring, drop cast brass eagle finial, with pendulum, 37 x 10-1/4 x 4 in., base and throat panels possibly original, […]

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French brass cased repeating carriage clock

with beveled glass front and side panels. Movement with “P.F.” die stamped on back plate, with porcelain dial, spring driven time and strike, hour repeater movement striking hour and half hour on coiled gong and alarm mechanism striking on second gong. Some oxidation to case and two chips on glass panels. In working order. 5.75″H […]

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Period Banjo Clock Reverse Painted panels. Some D

Period Banjo Clock Reverse Painted panels. Some Damage to case and reverse painted glass panels. 34″ x 10″ x 31/2″ deep. Images Click on thumbnails to see larger images:

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