Foster Campos Pembroke MA
Here is a wonderful weight driven banjo clock by the renowned clockmaker from the South Shore of Massachusetts: Foster S. Campos. Foster was a master craftsman and a true gentleman. I am proud to have known him and called him my friend. This clock is one from the 1970s and honestly there are not many around from that period as Foster launched his business after the death of Elmer Stennes and after the Estate Auction where all of the parts, moulds, tooling, etc.. from Stennes were sold. This is the “classic” Simon Willard timepiece with geometric reverse painted glasses with bellflower decoration, cross banded mahogany frames, cast brass “Willard” eagle, and eight day brass weight driven timepiece. This clock is 100% original and it has a signed movement, signed dial, signed weight, die stamped backboard, and numbered case and frames. It was the first banjo clock that he made in the year 1977.