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C. 1950s Martin 1-T Tenor Ukulele

by Guernsey's

February 27, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $1,200 - $1,600

Description: This tenor ukulele is completely original and in fine condition. Made of mahogany (top, back, sides, and neck) with a Brazilian rosewood fingerboard, this is a larger model ukulele with non-geared friction pegs and pin bridge.

Condition Report: VG

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Two Hawaiian Ukuleles, 20th c., of koa wood, one by Harmony, Harmony- H.- 21 3/4 in., W.- 7 1/8 in., D.- 2 3/8 in.

by Crescent City Auction Gallery

February 28, 2016, 9:00 AM CST

New Orleans, LA, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $400

Description: Two Hawaiian Ukuleles, 20th c., of koa wood, one by Harmony, Harmony- H.- 21 3/4 in., W.- 7 1/8 in., D.- 2 3/8 in.

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Lee White

by Big Art Auctions

February 8, 2016, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $280 - $420

Description: Limited Edition Original Hand Signed Serigraph By Lee White Titled "Ukulele Embrace”. Numbered From An Edition Size Of 300. Paper Size: 18? X 26?. Image Size: 22? X 30? Medium Is Serigraph On Paper Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: Excellent

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Herman Miller Clock Banjo 1940's

by Moggies Auction Service

February 28, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Marlborough, NH, USA

Estimated Price: $70 - $80

Description: Herman Miller Clock Banjo 1940's Appropriately 15" height, 6" width and 2" depth Condition: good but needs to be re-wired

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An early 20th Century rosewood and plated five string banjo with 11.375ins

by Canterbury Auction Galleries

February 17, 2016, 10:00 AM GMT

Canterbury, United Kingdom

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Description: An early 20th Century rosewood and plated five string banjo with 11.375ins diameter back, 36.5ins overall, in fitted case

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41) Nice antique wall banjo clock, 8 day, key wind, with eagle top finial, by Seth Thomas

by Hamiltons Antique & Estate Auctions Inc.

February 9, 2016, 6:30 PM PST

Tacoma , WA, USA

Description: 41) Nice antique wall banjo clock, 8 day, key wind, with eagle top finial, by Seth Thomas

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Spanish Mahogany Barometer Thermometer Hygrometer Clock

by Pasarel

February 9, 2016, 6:00 PM CET

Netanya, Israel

Estimated Price: $150 - $250

Description: Spanish Mahogany Wall Mount Barometer, Thermometer, Hygrometer, Clock.Banjo form.

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Vintage Art Deco New Haven 12 Day Banjo Clock

by One Source Auction & Estate Services

February 15, 2016, 5:00 PM EST

Fairport, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: Jeweled Balance, Works Great

Condition Report: Excellent Condition

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Regency Mahogany Banjo Barometer

by Nye & Company

February 9, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

Bloomfield , NJ, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $500

Description: English, 19th C., made by Hyde of Bristol. 38-1/2"h x 10"w

Condition Report: Minor wear.

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Fairbanks Vega Whyte Laydie #2 Banjo

by Guernsey's

February 27, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $4,000 - $5,000

Description: An iconic banjo, this Whyte Laydie was built after the Fairbanks Company was bought by Vega, but before the name was changed. This is the ultimate "clawhammer" and frailing banjo with original 5-string neck, tone ring, tuners, tail piece, and all 28 brackets. 27" scale and 11 3/8" rim. Signed "Jos. B. Rogers Jr.***," who provided the highest grade calfskin banjo heads from his shop in Farmingdale, New Jersey.Comes with new, sturdy hard shell TKL case.

Condition Report: VG; tyipcal corrosion for its age

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Early Edison record

by Period Americana

February 11, 2016, 7:30 PM EST

Boston, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $75 - $90

Description: Early Edison record A Love Sick Coon. Coon vaudeville sketch with banjo. Golden and Marlowe. 50374-R, 4606.

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Victorian Mahogany Banjo Barometer

by Shapiro Auctioneers

February 9, 2016, 6:00 PM AEDT

Woollahra, Sydney, Australia

Estimated Price: AUD400 - AUD600

Description: Victorian Mahogany Banjo Barometer P. Salvade, Liverpool inlaid with ebony and rosewood, with silvered dial, weather gauge, mercury thermometer and convex mirror, face (A/F) height 98 cm

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Gene Davis, Banjo, Lithograph

by RoGallery

February 25, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Long Island City , NY, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $700

Description: Artist: Gene Davis, American (1920 - 1985)Title: BanjoYear: 1981Medium: Lithograph on Arches Paper, signed and numbered in pencilEdition: 250Image Size: 18 x 25.5 inchesSize: 21.25 x 28.5 in. (53.98 x 72.39 cm)

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†Steele Burden (1900-1995),

by Crescent City Auction Gallery

February 27, 2016, 9:00 AM CST

New Orleans, LA, USA

Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: Steele Burden (1900-1995), "Dancing to the Banjo Player," 20th c., crackle glazed ceramic figural group, signed on the rear, H.- 3 1/2 in., W.- 6 3/4 in., D.- 5 in.

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1898 Fairbanks No. 5 Electric Special Banjo

by Guernsey's

February 27, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $11,000 - $13,000

Description: This 1898 Fairbanks No.5 Special Electric is one of the earliest examples of the fanciful Victorian engraved pearl inlay that became the standard for the highest grade Fairbanks and Vega banjos. Lot includes original case.

Condition Report: VG; completely original; very slight corrosion along the head mounting

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Toulouse-Lautrec (After) ''Negre Jouant Du Banjo'' Rare Museum Framed 18x22 Ltd. Edition 332/350

by Government Auction

February 13, 2016, 5:45 AM PST

Santa Clarita, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $525 - $1,050

Description: Gov. File: M-04320 Toulouse-Lautrec (After) ''Negre Jouant Du Banjo'' Rare Museum Framed 18x22 Ltd. Edition 332/350 Asset Type: PrintShipping: $24.95. Item may be pick up only, or require additional shipping charges due to weight or size.

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Strauss Tin Litho Wind-Up Ham & Sam Minstrel Band.

by Morphy Auctions

March 4, 2016, 9:00 AM EST

Denver, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $600

Description: All original parts including banjo. Nice bright lithography. Minor scratching and wear. Condition (Excellent). Size 7 - 1/2" x 6 - 1/2".

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A Seth Thomas Banjo Clock, 20th Century

by Locati, LLC

February 15, 2016, 9:00 AM EST

Maple Glen, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $150 - $200

Description: Mahogany, with reverse painted glass panels and eagle finial.

Condition Report: Good cosmetic condition with expected wear, we cannot guarantee functionality.

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1896 George Bauer - S.S. Stewart Presentation Banjo

by Guernsey's

February 27, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $2,000 - $3,000

Description: Executed with details very similar to that of the 1896 Bauer Presentation Guitar also featured in this auction, this banjo is rather indicative of the high-end work resulting from the partnership between guitar maker George Bauer and banjo maker S.S. Stewart. Both men where champions of their respective trades and collaborated on instruments prior to their formal partnership in 1898. (Stewart was cognizant of his failing health, and so to protect his business and the interest of his young sons, he partnered with Bauer to ensure his brand lived on.) The fingerboard inlay is generally attributed to Bauer, whereas the banjo body and elaborate carving is highly indicative of Stewart. S.S. Stewart's trademark stamps appear all along the dowel stick both stamped into the wood and also affixed via a silver plate. Comes with modern case.

Condition Report: VG+

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A 19th century mahogany cased banjo barometer The broken swan-neck pediment above a dry/damp scale, thermometer, 12 inch silvered dial and spirit level signed J. Dickenson, Boston, Warranted.  118 cm high.

by Rowley Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers

February 23, 2016, 10:00 AM GMT

Newmarket, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £200 - £300

Description: A 19th century mahogany cased banjo barometer The broken swan-neck pediment above a dry/damp scale, thermometer, 12 inch silvered dial and spirit level signed J. Dickenson, Boston, Warranted. 118 cm high.

Condition Report: Generally in good condition, expected wear.

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E. Howard No. 5 Banjo Clock

by Fontaine's Auction Gallery

February 27, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Pittsfield, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $800 - $1,200

Description: E. Howard No. 5 Banjo Clock. 7 in. painted metal dial signed “E. Howard & Co., Boston”, brass 8 day weight driven time only banjo type movement signed “E. Howard & Co., Boston, brass pulley and proper No. 5 iron weight, ebonized wood pendulum stick, brass covered bob and wood weight baffle with lockdown hardware. In a rosewood grained banjo style case with reverse painted black, red and gold leaf tablet and throat glass; refinished, dial is repainted, original glasses are professionally repainted. 29 in. high x 12 in. wide 3.75 in. deep. Weight: 14.75 lbs.

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Early Willard's Patent Weight Driven Banjo Clock

by Fontaine's Auction Gallery

February 27, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Pittsfield, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $700 - $900

Description: Early Willard's Patent Weight Driven Banjo Clock. Original 7 in. painted metal dial with black Roman hour numerals and good period hands; typical brass 8 day weight driven time only banjo clock movement with steel pendulum rod and brass covered bob, missing weight and pulley. In a mahogany banjo style case with spun brass finial, brass door bezel, pierced brass side arms and original reverse painted throat glass and tablet, nice original finish, missing lockdown hardware. 33.75 in. high x 10 in. wide x 3.75 in. deep. Weight: 7.5 lbs.

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American Weight Driven Banjo Clock

by Fontaine's Auction Gallery

February 27, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Pittsfield, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $250 - $400

Description: American Weight Driven Banjo Clock. 8 in. painted metal dial has black Roman hour numerals and open moon hands; typical brass 8 day weight driven banjo clock movement with iron weight, steel pendulum rod and brass bob. Mahogany banjo case with turned teardrop finial, round door bezel with original glass, beveled throat and door frame with original reverse painted and gilt leaf glasses and scrolling wood side arms. Original finish, has repairs to the side arms, throat glass is cracked in the lower right corner and chip at the tip of the finial. 33 in. high x 10 in. wide x 4 in. deep.

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A Reproduction Banjo Wall Clock

by Locati, LLC

February 15, 2016, 9:00 AM EST

Maple Glen, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $150

Description: 20th century, with transfer decorated glass panels, and a painted tin dial.

Condition Report: One metal ball decoration is missing, the lower glass panel is cracked , the door of the dial is bent, the finial is missing, we cannot guarantee functionality.

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19th c. English barometer, thermometer, clock

by Great Gatsby's Auction Gallery, Inc.

February 21, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Atlanta, GA, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: Adamson & Co., London, barometer, 19th century, executed in wood, the body of banjo form, enclosing a thermometer, a clock and an 11" spirit level dial centering an engraved stylized compass and using a bone knob, surmounted by a broken swan’s neck pediment with bone button terminals, 44"h x 12"w x 1"d.

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Massachusetts Weight Driven Mahogany Banjo Clock

by Fontaine's Auction Gallery

February 27, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Pittsfield, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $750

Description: Massachusetts Weight Driven Mahogany Banjo Clock. Original 7 in. painted metal dial with black hour numbers and original blued hands; typical brass 8 day weight driven time only banjo style movement with brass pulley, lead weight, steel pendulum rod with brass covered bob. In a mahogany banjo style case with brass eagle finial, brass door bezel, pierced brass side arms, original reverse painted throat glass and original reverse painted lower tablet displaying the USS Enterprise capturing the HMS Boxer (war of 1812). Case stamped “Sherman T. Fearing, Rochester, Mass.”, nice condition, original finish, c.20th century. 32.75 in. high x 9.75 in. wide x 3.75 in. deep. Weight: 15.5 lbs.

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19th c. English barometer, hydrometer, 38

by Great Gatsby's Auction Gallery, Inc.

February 21, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Atlanta, GA, USA

Estimated Price: $600 - $800

Description: John Pini, Holborn, barometer, 19th century, executed in wood, the body of banjo form, enclosing a hydrometer, thermometer, a bullseye mirror within a reeded frame, and a 9" spirit level dial using a bone knob, 38"h x 10.5"w x 1"d.

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19th c. English inlaid barometer, 38

by Great Gatsby's Auction Gallery, Inc.

February 20, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Atlanta, GA, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $700

Description: Catani & Dotti, London, barometer, 19th century, executed in wood, the body of banjo form, enclosing a thermometer and 8.5" spirit dial, marquetry inlaid with shell and floral medallion decoration, 38"h x 10"w x 3"d.

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David L. Williams Weight Driven Banjo Clock

by Fontaine's Auction Gallery

February 27, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Pittsfield, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $750

Description: David L. Williams, Massachusetts Weight Driven Banjo Clock. 7 in. painted metal dial has black Roman hour numerals, paint flaking to dial; unusual weight driven time only movement has brass pulley, lead weight, steel pendulum rod and brass bob. In a mahogany banjo style case with turned teardrop finial and original reverse painted floral throat glass and scenic tablet; in good condition. Case is signed D.L.W. 42 in. high x 20 in. wide x 5.5 in. deep.

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19th C. Banjo Timepiece

by Gordon S. Converse & Co.

February 19, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

Malvern, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $800

Description: 19th C. Banjo Timepiece:Description: An early 19th Century American Federal banjo timepiece in a faux grained, molded panel case, all with an old finish. Reverse painted glass showing a mythical God riding a chariot. Weight driven timepiece movement. Includes weight driven pendulum clockworks. Dimensions: 29"Shipping:We are able to pack and ship this item to an address in the United States for $85.00 via USPS Priority Mail or via FedEx Ground/Home Delivery. Tracking information will be sent to your email address. This price does not include insurance. If you require insurance you will need to ship through a third party. Please inquire about international shipping costs.

Condition Report: The mechanical condition of clocks and watches is not guaranteed, nor is the disclosure of any replaced or missing parts. When the term "running" is used it only means that the item was observed to tick for a short period of time and the essential parts appear to be with the item, but whether the items needs cleaning, oiling, adjustments etc. has not been explored.

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c. 1932 Epiphone Masterbilt De Luxe

by Guernsey's

February 27, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $2,000 - $2,500

Description: Serial#: 5794. Anastasios Stathopoulo began his career producing violins and lutes in his native Sparta (Greece) in the late 1800s. Later having relocated to Smyrna (now Izmir) in Turkey, he established an instrument making business where he remained until 1903 when he chose to immigrate to America and set up shop in New York City. After his death in 1915 control of his company passed to his sons Epaminodas (Epi), Orpheus, and Frixo, who all began concentrating on the production of banjos and changed the company name to the Epiphone Banjo Company in 1928. As the popularity of the banjo waned in the 1930s, Epiphone successfully transitioned into the production of guitars.This Masterbilt De Luxe was Epiphone's flagship model when it was introduced in 1931 and was designed to compete with Gibson L5 model. The De Luxe featured top-of-the-line appointments such as the Mother-of-Pearl flowers inlaid on the headstock and the notched diamond fretboard markers. This well-worn example was played professionally for many years and is need of some restoration.

Condition Report: Poor; separation of back binding, large crack on treble bout, rusted trapeze tailpiece, missing inlaid "Masterbilt" banner on headstock, extensive playing wear on neck; as-is

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1938 Epiphone Triumph

by Guernsey's

February 27, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $3,500 - $4,000

Description: Serial#: 11232. Anastasios Stathopoulo began his career producing violins and lutes in his native Sparta (Greece) in the late 1800s. Later having relocated to Smyrna (now Izmir) in Turkey, he established an instrument making business where he remained until 1903 when he chose to immigrate to America and set up shop in New York City. After his death in 1915 control of his company passed to his sons Epaminodas (Epi), Orpheus, and Frixo, who all began concentrating on the production of banjos and changed the company name to the Epiphone Banjo Company in 1928. As the popularity of the banjo waned in the 1930s, Epiphone successfully transitioned into the production of guitars. Epiphone introduced the "Triumph" model in 1931. Over the years it became the workhorse of the company's archtop guitar line. This example dating from 1938 has a 17 3/8" width at the lower bout. The top is carved from spruce while the back and sides are made from solid figured maple. This beautiful instrument has been recently restored by luthier Bryant Trenier and is in perfect playing order. It is being sold with the original hard shell case.

Condition Report: VG; odd discoloration on back (possibly in the wood), holes in neck from removed pickup mount, a few minor dings on back

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B.F. Wood Mahogany Weight Driven Banjo Clock

by Fontaine's Auction Gallery

February 27, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Pittsfield, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $750

Description: B.F. Wood Mahogany Weight Driven Banjo Clock. Bert Francis Wood (1870-1952). Original 7 in. painted metal dial signed “B.F. Wood, Winchester, NH” has black Roman hour numerals and blued hands; brass 8 day weight driven time only movement signed “Made by B. F. Wood, Winchester, NH”, Numbered “5” and dated “11 – 25 – 1929”, has a brass pulley, lead weight, steel pendulum rod and brass covered bob. In a mahogany banjo style case with gilt brass eagle finial, pierced brass side arms, bras dial bezel with convex glass, beveled frame work around the original reverse painted George Washington and Mt. Vernon tablet and throat glasses, original finish. 32.5 in. high x 10 in. wide x 3.75 in. deep. Weight: 15 lbs.

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Attr: H. Tifft Mahogany Banjo Clock

by Fontaine's Auction Gallery

February 27, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Pittsfield, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $700 - $900

Description: Attr: H. Tifft Mahogany Banjo Clock. Original 7 in. repainted iron dial inscribed “A. Willard Jr., Boston” has black Roman hour numerals and good period hands painted black; typical 8 day weight driven time only movement with brass pulley, proper iron weight, long steel pendulum rid and brass covered bob. In a mahogany banjo style case with turned acorn finial, round bezel, beveled throat and lower door frames with inset mahogany panels and has excellent scroll carved mahogany side arms. Enhanced original finish, loss to the finial plinth and 1 side arm, missing lockdown hardware, case stamped with number “83”. 33 in. high x 10 in. wide x 4 in. deep. Weight: 13.75 lbs.

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American Weight Driven Mahogany Banjo Clock

by Fontaine's Auction Gallery

February 27, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Pittsfield, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $500

Description: American Weight Driven Mahogany Banjo Clock. 7 in. painted metal dial signed “Warranted by S. Whiting, Concord”, has black Roman hour numerals and blued hands; brass 8 day weight driven time only movement with brass pulley, lead weight, long steel pendulum rod with brass covered bob. In a mahogany banjo style case with striped inlays around the original reverse painted throat glass and tablet with Constitution & Guerriere ship battle scent from the War of 1812, has a gilt brass eagle finial and pierced brass side arms; in good overall condition, case has a very old overcoated finish, has an early 19th century dial with a later 19th century movement & case. 33.5 in. high x 10.25 in. wide x 4 in. deep. Weight: 17.25 lbs.

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Mahogany Weight Driven Banjo Clock

by Fontaine's Auction Gallery

February 27, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Pittsfield, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $750

Description: Mahogany Weight Driven Banjo Clock. 7.5 in. painted iron dial inscribed “No. 5 – Aaron Willard”, has black Roman hour numerals with gilt and black borders, black painted hands; typical brass 8 day spring driven movement with long steel pendulum rod, brass covered bob, brass pulley and lead weight. In a mahogany banjo style case lead eagle finial, brass door bezel with convex glass, pierced brass side arms, carved lower bracket and gilt carved throat and lower door; reverse painted tablet and throat glass. Case is refinished, has splits and repairs, extra holes behind the dial, throat glass repainted, inpainting in tablet, weight and baffle replaced, repair to eagle’s wing. 39.5 in. high x 10 in. wide x 4.25 in. deep. Weight: 18.75 lbs.

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Waterbury Willard No. 5 Banjo Clock

by Fontaine's Auction Gallery

February 27, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Pittsfield, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $300

Description: Waterbury Willard No. 5 Weight Driven Banjo Clock. 8 in. porcelain dial has Arabic hour numbers and pierced hands, dial signed Manufactured by Waterbury Clock Co. U.S.A. Brass 8 day weight driven time only movement signed Waterbury Clock Co. U.S.A. has a long pendulum rod with fancy gilt brass bob. Mahogany presentation style banjo case with turned teardrop finial, brass bezel with convex glass, pierced brass side arms, turned spheres at the base and carved lower bracket; original reverse painted throat glass and tablet painted with a scenic view of a house, has some minor flaking to the paint. Original finish. 43 in. high x 10 in. wide x 4 in. deep.

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Waltham 8 Day Presentation Banjo Clock

by Fontaine's Auction Gallery

February 27, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Pittsfield, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $750

Description: Waltham 8 Day Presentation Banjo Clock. Original 7 in. painted metal dial signed “Tilden Thurber, Providence” has black hour numbers and original blued hands; quality brass 8 day weight driven time only banjo clock movement signed “Waltham Clock Co., USA” and numbered 7387, has maintaining power, Geneva stop, brass pulley, proper lead weight, wood pendulum stick and brass covered bob. In a mahogany case with spun brass finial, brass door bezel, pierced brass side arms, lower presentation bracket with spherical ball mounts, acorn finial, original reverse painted throat glass and original reverse painted lower tablet with “Independence Hall”. Nice condition, original finish, has dings to the brass finial. 42 in. high x 10.25 in. wide x 4 in. deep. Weight: 17.25 lbs.

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1929 Martin 00-28 G.P.

by Guernsey's

February 27, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $18,000 - $22,000

Description: A custom-ordered 00-28 with solid headstock and the same "geared peg" (G.P.) Grover banjo-style tuners as seen on the OM-28 model. There are remaining traces of the name Slim Wooten on the face. The consigner _ a respected vintage Martin historian -- believes the 12-fret 00-28 is the prototypical Martin, perhaps the best fingerpicking guitar ever made, and this 1929 example originates from what is perhaps the best year for a 12-fret Martin.

Condition Report: G; replaced endpins (low E endpin is loose), non-original belly bridge or possible later Martin factory replacement, non-original pickguard

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(6) FRAMED MAINE HISTORICAL PHOTOS - Lewiston-Auburn High School Photos circa 1920-1925, including three in matching oak frames of the 1924, 1925 & 1926 Mandolin, Banjo, Guitar and Ukelele Club, 6 1/2

by Thomaston Place Auction Galleries

February 14, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Thomaston, ME, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: (6) FRAMED MAINE HISTORICAL PHOTOS - Lewiston-Auburn High School Photos circa 1920-1925, including three in matching oak frames of the 1924, 1925 & 1926 Mandolin, Banjo, Guitar and Ukelele Club, 6 1/2" x 9 1/2" to 5 1/2" x 9 1/2" images in 13 1/2" x 16 1/2" to 12 1/4" x 16 1/4" frames; PLUS (2) Photos of the School Orchestra, 7 1/4" x 9 1/4" in 14 3/4" x 17 3/4" gold gesso frame & 6" x 9" image in 12" x 16" oak frame; PLUS a Group of Twelve Native American Girls (Wabanaki?) with their female teacher, 7 1/2" x 9 1/2" image in 13" x 15 1/4" oak frame, cracked glass. Photos are all in good condition. From the estate of Charles Pappas, music instructor, who appears in all but the last photo.

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1919 Martin/Southern California Music Co.

by Guernsey's

February 27, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $5,000 - $7,000

Description: 1919 Martin/Southern California Music Co. "M. Nunes & Sons" Model 1350. Hawaiian music was all the rage following its introduction to a large segment of the American public at the Panama Pacific Exposition in Chicago in 1915. Capitalizing on this popularity, C.F. Martin & Co. shipped six samples of Hawaiian Koa wood guitars to the Southern California Music Company of Los Angeles, as they were one of Martin's largest accounts. SoCal provided Martin with the koa wood from Hawaii, and asked that the trim on these guitars, designed for playing in the Hawaiian style, be as close as possible to those of SoCal's popular ukuleles. To appeal to the Hawaiian market, SoCal asked that the Martin stamp be replaced with the Southern California Music Company stamp, and affixed decals on the headstocks bearing the name "M. Nunes & Sons, Hawaii" and labels inside with either the name "M. Nunes & Sons" or "Rolando". These early samples had Koa wood back and sides, and tinted spruce tops, but after seeing the samples, SoCal decided to offer all-Koa guitars, and to market the three models as the 1350, 1400, and 1500. This guitar is one of the six original samples with spruce tops which were requested of Martin by the Southern California Music Company. Made in a style similar to the Martin 0-18 but suited for playing in the Hawaiian style, it has steel strings and fan bracing similar to Hawaiian guitars made in the same year by Martin for the Ditson Company. The sample Nunes also has the same single ring rosette seen on Ditsons and guitars made by Martin for several other firms, and a tinted spruce top similar to those seen on many Ditsons.These samples have no serial number, while the regular production appears to begin with serial number 19, accounting for the six samples of each model.

Condition Report: VG-; two cracks on back, one seam split on back

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c. 1930s Stromberg Ultra Deluxe

by Guernsey's

February 27, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $30,000 - $45,000

Description: Serial#: 468. Founded in 1905 by Swedish emigrant Charles Stromberg, they began making banjos and drums. Charles and son, Elmer, transitioned to producing archtop guitars in the 1930s in their Boston workshop. Between the early 1930s and 1955 when both father and son passed away, Stromberg produced approximately 640 exquisitely crafted instruments that were the favorite of players such as Freddie Green and Barry Galbraith. This "Ultra Deluxe" model features a highly figured Maple back and neck. Its top sports the 3- segment "F-Hole" indicative of Stromberg's earlier period. The instrument is highly decorated with checkered purfling, an elaborate headstock design. and a custom fretboard inlay that is inscribed "Percival".

Condition Report: VG; crack on upper bass bout on the top, slight wear to engraved fretboard inlays (to be expected given age), surface cracks at the back at the waist

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Waltham Weight Driven Presentation Banjo Clock

by Fontaine's Auction Gallery

February 27, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Pittsfield, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $750

Description: Waltham Weight Driven Presentation Banjo Clock. Original 7 in. painted metal dial signed “Waltham” has black painted hour numerals and original hands; brass 8 day weight driven movement signed “Waltham Watch Co., USA”, has maintaining power, brass pulley, lead weight, long wood pendulum stick, brass covered bob and metal weight baffle, missing lockdown hardware. In a mahogany presentation style case with brass eagle finial, brass dial bezel with convex glass, pierced brass side arms, carved lower presentation bracket with turned spheres and reverse painted George Washington and Mt. Vernon throat glass and tablet. In very nice condition, split in top finger of throat panel. 42 in. high x 10.5 in. wide x 4 in. deep. Weight: 18.25 lbs.

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HOWARD BANJO CLOCK Mahogany case. Gilt and black reverse-painted throat glass with obelisk design and door glass with a four-lobed d...

by Eldred's

February 27, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

East Dennis, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $700

Description: HOWARD BANJO CLOCK 19th Century Mahogany case. Gilt and black reverse-painted throat glass with obelisk design and door glass with a four-lobed design. Height 29".

Condition Report: Case with some damages; paint is heavily flaked. Please refer to the auction start time to calculate when this item will be sold. We sell in lot order and generally sell 80 items per hour. End Times, if displayed, should NOT be used as an indicator of when bidding on this item ends. This is a live auction event and you will be competing with bidders in the room as well as on the phone. Auction sales are final and requests to cancel bids after the auction will be denied. Shipment of purchases can take 4-6 weeks from date of payment. All shipping charges are subject to packing and handling fees. Given the unique nature of many lots, special handling may be required and commensurate charges would be applied. Please contact Eldred's 48 hours prior to the auction start time with condition report requests. Please do not bid on any item without reading the condition report. The absence of a condition report does NOT imply that an an object is free of defects or restoration. Please contact Eldred's before bidding with any questions as to condition. Condition reports are provided as a complimentary service and only reflect the opinion of Eldred's and should not be taken as a statement of fact. Condition reports only detail flaws or restorations and do not take into account wear, fading, or other issues consistent with an object's age.

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ANTIQUE AMERICAN BANJO CLOCK Mahogany case with brass finial. Roman numeral dial marked

by Eldred's

February 27, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

East Dennis, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: ANTIQUE AMERICAN BANJO CLOCK Boston, Circa 1830 Mahogany case with brass finial. Roman numeral dial marked "Boston" at lower portion of face. Eglomise throat and door glass have been replaced with mahogany panels. Height 33.5".

Condition Report: Not guaranteed to be working. Also as noted. Please refer to the auction start time to calculate when this item will be sold. We sell in lot order and generally sell 80 items per hour. End Times, if displayed, should NOT be used as an indicator of when bidding on this item ends. This is a live auction event and you will be competing with bidders in the room as well as on the phone. Auction sales are final and requests to cancel bids after the auction will be denied. Shipment of purchases can take 4-6 weeks from date of payment. All shipping charges are subject to packing and handling fees. Given the unique nature of many lots, special handling may be required and commensurate charges would be applied. Please contact Eldred's 48 hours prior to the auction start time with condition report requests. Please do not bid on any item without reading the condition report. The absence of a condition report does NOT imply that an an object is free of defects or restoration. Please contact Eldred's before bidding with any questions as to condition. Condition reports are provided as a complimentary service and only reflect the opinion of Eldred's and should not be taken as a statement of fact. Condition reports only detail flaws or restorations and do not take into account wear, fading, or other issues consistent with an object's age.

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WALTHAM BANJO CLOCK Mahogany case with brass side mounts and gilt presentation bracket at bottom. Eagle finial marked

by Eldred's

February 27, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

East Dennis, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $500

Description: WALTHAM BANJO CLOCK First Half of the 20th Century Mahogany case with brass side mounts and gilt presentation bracket at bottom. Eagle finial marked "W.W. Co." Reverse-painted portrait of George Washington on throat glass and scene of Mount Vernon on lower door glass. Height 42".

Condition Report: Not guaranteed to be working. Structurally good. Please refer to the auction start time to calculate when this item will be sold. We sell in lot order and generally sell 80 items per hour. End Times, if displayed, should NOT be used as an indicator of when bidding on this item ends. This is a live auction event and you will be competing with bidders in the room as well as on the phone. Auction sales are final and requests to cancel bids after the auction will be denied. Shipment of purchases can take 4-6 weeks from date of payment. All shipping charges are subject to packing and handling fees. Given the unique nature of many lots, special handling may be required and commensurate charges would be applied. Please contact Eldred's 48 hours prior to the auction start time with condition report requests. Please do not bid on any item without reading the condition report. The absence of a condition report does NOT imply that an an object is free of defects or restoration. Please contact Eldred's before bidding with any questions as to condition. Condition reports are provided as a complimentary service and only reflect the opinion of Eldred's and should not be taken as a statement of fact. Condition reports only detail flaws or restorations and do not take into account wear, fading, or other issues consistent with an object's age.

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KILLAM & CO. BANJO CLOCK Brass-mounted mahogany case with eagle-form finial. Roman numeral dial. Reverse-painted throat and tablet g...

by Eldred's

February 27, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

East Dennis, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $500

Description: KILLAM & CO. BANJO CLOCK Pawtucket, Rhode Island, Early 20th Century Brass-mounted mahogany case with eagle-form finial. Roman numeral dial. Reverse-painted throat and tablet glass decorated with scrolling foliage and Apollo's chariot. Includes pendulum. Height 32.25".

Condition Report: Not guaranteed to be in running order. Lacking key. Scattered corrosion to brass. Reconfiguration to opening of bezel protecting dial. Loss and pealing to reverse-painted enamel. Please refer to the auction start time to calculate when this item will be sold. We sell in lot order and generally sell 80 items per hour. End Times, if displayed, should NOT be used as an indicator of when bidding on this item ends. This is a live auction event and you will be competing with bidders in the room as well as on the phone. Auction sales are final and requests to cancel bids after the auction will be denied. Shipment of purchases can take 4-6 weeks from date of payment. All shipping charges are subject to packing and handling fees. Given the unique nature of many lots, special handling may be required and commensurate charges would be applied. Please contact Eldred's 48 hours prior to the auction start time with condition report requests. Please do not bid on any item without reading the condition report. The absence of a condition report does NOT imply that an an object is free of defects or restoration. Please contact Eldred's before bidding with any questions as to condition. Condition reports are provided as a complimentary service and only reflect the opinion of Eldred's and should not be taken as a statement of fact. Condition reports only detail flaws or restorations and do not take into account wear, fading, or other issues consistent with an object's age.

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F. Wieck (American/Louisiana, 19th c.)

by Neal Auction Company

February 20, 2016, 10:00 AM CST

New Orleans, LA, USA

Estimated Price: $5,000 - $7,000

Description: F. Wieck (American/Louisiana, 19th c.), "Bamboula", 1897, oil on canvas, signed and dated upper right, 24 in. x 35 in., period frame. Provenance: Ex-Collection of Gretchen and Alonzo Lansford, former Director of the Delgado Museum of Art (now New Orleans Museum of Art); Neal Auction Company, Dec. 4, 2004, lot 597 Ill.: Weisberger, Bernard. The Age of Steel and Steam, Life History of the United States, Volume 7. New York: Time, Inc., 1964, pp. 120-121. Note: One of the cultural forms visible within the African diaspora is music and dance. Many dances held particular meaning and could convey specific ideas, both secular and spiritual. Music and dancing also provided a means of honoring the past, as the dancers (and audience) used their bodies as instruments in ways that harkened back to original African dance forms. During their limited leisure hours, particularly on Sundays and holidays, slaves often engaged in singing and dancing. Music on plantations in the United States typically consisted of call-and-response patterns, shouts, cries, and moans and made use of homemade instruments from the banjo, tambourine, and calabashes to washboards, pots, and spoons. In the painting offered here, a group of people possibly dance the Bamboula, a dance of Kongo origin. This dance embodied the Habanera rhythmic pattern that came to Louisiana from Saint Domingue. The term “bamboula” can also refer to a specific rhythm, type of drum or any African-based cultural practice.

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1896 George Bauer Presentation Guitar

by Guernsey's

February 27, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $3,000 - $4,000

Description: George Bauer was one the foremost guitar and mandolin makers in Philadelphia from the late 19th through early 20th century. Due to the short-lived nature of his company, not much is known about Bauer's guitars. He was a contemporary of S.S. Stewart, banjo maker, and he formed a partnership with Stewart's sons after Stewart's death in 1898. Sadly, the Bauer name disappeared after George Bauer passed away and the Bauer & Stewart Company was sold sometime after 1910.This 1896 Presentation model features Mother-of-pearl inlays and purfling from top to bottom. The neck just above the heel is elaborately-carved in a design reminiscent of fauna, and this intricate carving is generally accepted as an S.S. Stewart trademark. (Generally Stewart would carve lightly incised swirls, but the heavy detailing here suggests this was a model of a higher caliber.) The multi-color back strip completes this instrument's handsome embellishments.

Condition Report: VG; cracks in inlaid purfling & rosette, scratches on top, back & sides; two repaired cracks visible on lower bout

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c. 1893 Joseph Bohmann Bowlback Mandolin, Lowenstein

by Guernsey's

February 27, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $700

Description: c. 1893 Joseph Bohmann Bowlback Mandolin, Lowenstein Collection. The oldest of the Bohmann instruments in this auction, this mandolin represents Bohmann's early work with more conservative construction and design brought with him from Europe. This mandolin, made of rosewood, maple, ebony, and spruce, even has traditional fret markers which Bohmann would very soon after abandon in favor of his odd-shaped abalone markers. It mimicked the other bowlback mandolins around during this period, though the quality of construction is clearly superior. It is all original with the newly patented Bohmann tuner system intact and working perfectly. Always the great promoter, Bohmann was known for his elaborate interior labels. This one, while lacking the many awards he would later garner, is truly a spectacular piece of printing for something that is hidden inside an instrument-possibly the largest ever used as the young luthier/promoter sought to make an impact on the mandolin market. Joseph BohmannBorn in Neumarkt (Bohemia) in then-Czechoslovakia, Bohmann emigrated to America and founded Bohmann's American Musical Industry in Chicago by the age of 30 in 1878. He constructed several types of instruments including flattop acoustic guitars, harp guitars, mandolins, banjos, and violins. Of his guitar offerings, Bohmann produced many different configurations and sizes, including 12, 13 14, and 15-inch bodies. By the turn-of-the-century, the luthier furnished thirteen styles of the Concert, Grand Concert, and Standard models.A relentless and egotistical self-publicist, he called himself "The World's Greatest Musical Instrument Manufacturer." (This stylization, alongside depictions of the numerous awards he received, appear on the labels affixed to his instruments.) Despite his marketing efforts not a great deal is actually known about him, and the vintage guitar market is not awash with Bohmann pieces. The guitar market during his active years was very competitive, and the sturdier-built Bohmanns -- with their imaginative and incredibly strong internal bracing -- were able to cope with the extra stresses needed for the increasingly popular steel strings without breaking. (The bracing design found on his later models was used as far back as the 1880s.) Strung with light gauge steel, the sound of his parlor models have been said to equal, and possibly better, that of bigger Martins of the same era. He had offered an audacious challenge to other makers to build better-sounding instruments, staking $125,000 of his money as the prize. The money was never claimed. Bohmann was also a continual innovator and submitted dozens of patents, from inset tuners to hand rests. He also applied some of the knowledge gained from making violin family stringed instruments to his guitars, most notably with his fretboard and string path designs. On some models, the fretboard tilts toward the hand in the higher registers and the fingerboard radius is lower and thinner for the treble strings. When combined with the asymmetrical bridge, playability is substantially improved. Also featured in this auction are Bohmann's actual tools from his workshop, which will undoubtedly give any vintage guitar enthusiast a guided tour of this luthier's extraordinary mind.No one is quite sure of Bohmans's exact death or when the factory stopped producing instruments. What is known is that the factory was mothballed for several decades until being re-opened sometime in the 1970s or ï80s. It apparently contained many finished and unfinished models wrapped in World War II-era newspapers.

Condition Report: G; couple of top cracks, some playing wear on top

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