I like this old mahogany banjo clock. It looks mostly original, except for minor repairs...but overall in good condition. It was sold at an auction in Massachusetts, which is where the banjo clocks came from! I don't know who made it. The movement mounts with a large screw thought the backboard. I believe all the glasses are original. The photo of the bottom glass really makes the paint separation visible, but indoors it's not as noticeable. The dial is original. Right out of the package, I tried my hand at dial strengthening...for some reason I had trouble with the "X", but overall I'm glad I did it. I can't tell the weight baffle has been replaced, it's held in by square head nails. And the top finial is missing. I don't know much about banjo clocks, but I seem to collect clocks from this time period. It is an excellent smaller size for an 8 day weight driven wall clock. In the UK Norwich clocks were the contemporaries of banjo clocks, but they are larger and much heavier.