the clock I'm proudest of. When we first met, it was drunk, in the
gutter and painted beige. The back was unpainted but some reprobate
had been using vicegrips to set the time. That resulted in the circular
damage to the wood you see this shot--OWCH!
After I got my digital camera, I was half done with the restore and did get a shot of the Banker
This clock's claim to fame is the four kinds of wood used in it. The only wood I'll commit to knowing is the walnut on the top outsides. The style, with the rounded shoulders and black feet was appearing more and more in the years right up to the War.