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Bulldog2013's items5 of 6The back of clock and so far the movement.Banjo clock tag says Willard no. 3
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    Posted 5 years ago

    Bulldog2013
    (6 items)

    The last picture is the back of picture on the front
    Measures 31 lengths by picture box 10x7 1/2.

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    1. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 5 years ago
      Banjo Clock, any maker name??
    2. Bulldog2013, 5 years ago
      Shows on back Willard but still looking to see if anyone can tell me for sure.
    3. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 5 years ago
      Based on your photos, looks to be a Waterbury Willard No. 13?
    4. Bulldog2013, 5 years ago
      There was a tag on the back that now I believe to be an auction tag that says Willard no. 13. Do you know how old this might be?
      I'm hoping 1920's because I have an old 1920's home I'm restoring lol
    5. Bulldog2013, 5 years ago
      What does the 13 mean?
    6. Bruce99 Bruce99, 5 years ago
      This is the problem when there are multiple posts on the same clock. Dave is right, you have a Waterbury "Willard No. 13" from circa 1927 so it should fit right in with your 1920's home! :) Waterbury offered an entire line of "Willard" clocks Numbering from 1 through 15. Please be sure to indicate that we've solved your mystery in all of your Waterbury posts unless you have more questions. Thanks.
    7. Bulldog2013, 5 years ago
      Thanks guys

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