Last fall I bought a "T" bridge banjo clock at the 1/2 day chapter 139 meeting here in Houston. It turned out to be a bit rare and according to the world's foremost patent timepiece expert, it is most likely one of the "Spurious" knock offs that Simon Willard was known to rant about. See Chapter 139's website for more details. https://files.constantcontact.com/fdefe869001/436db579-bacc-463a-b972-641393f2588d.pdf So, today, with coronavirus on everybody's mind, major flood warnings for Houston and surrounding areas, I set forth on another adventure with no great expectations of coming home with anything great. I consumed all my good luck with the banjo last year, or so I thought. But, what to my surprise but I came home with some really neat stuff. The little ogees are all double fusees. The big ugly empire case with no glass is over 4' tall. I have the mirror that was in it. The ogees all have nice original glasses, nice labels, good dials, etc. Cases are great too. The label in the box clock with the window shade spring alarm is so good as to be suspicious. But, it is right! I will let the photos speak for themselves.