Simon Willard Clocks
Simon Willard (clocks) were produced in Massachusetts in the Grafton and Roxbury, very close to downtown Boston, by Simon Willard (April 3, 1753 – August 30, 1848), a celebrated U.S. clockmaker. Among his many innovations and timekeeping improvements, Simon Willard is best known for inventing the eight-day patent timepiece that came to be known as the gallery or banjo clock.
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