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This is a very early banjo clock that was probably made by someone who knew Simon Willard and who quite possibly joined him for dinner of Soup and Boullie, Soles Fry’d and Boild, Harricott or Begetables, Fillet of Pork Roasted, and Potatoes Mashed, and a dessert of Pippins and Rice a time or two. It has an unusual convex dial and a solid escape wheel (see pictures). The movement is mounted with two thru-bolts. The movement has been cleaned and oiled, the clock has been hung, the beat has been adjusted, and it runs reliably as evidenced in picture 5 showing the weight pulley. Please see all photos for details. Thanks, and . Please be advised that this clock will be shipped with the weight and pendulum removed to prevent damage in transit. You must be willing to accept responsibility for hanging the weight and pendulum and setting the clock movement in beat upon arrival.