Wooden geared clocks James Perrigo Sr, of Wrentham, Massachusetts. A primitive tall case clock. Wooden gears. Alexander Willard of Ashby, Massachusetts Barker & Taylor of Worcester, Massachusetts Boardman & Wells Bristol, Conn Chauncey Boardman of Bristol, CT. A wooden geared tall case clock. Ephraim Downes for George Mitchell of Bristol, Connecticut. Circa 1830 Henry Terry of Plymouth, Connecticut. A Connecticut Banjo clock. Jeromes & Darrow of Bristol, Connecticut. "Transitional Shelf Clock". Jeromes' & Darrow of Bristol, Connecticut. "Transitional Shelf Clock." Jeromes' & Darrow of Bristol, Connecticut. "Reeded Pilaster & Scroll." Jonathan Winslow of Worcester, Massachusetts. A dwarf case tall clock. Jonathan Winslow of Worcester, Massachusetts. Dwarf clock. M & E Blakeslee of Plymouth, Connecticut Mark Lane of Southington, Connecticut. Miniature stencil columns and splat shelf clock. Made by Treat & Bishop for George Mitchell. Norris North of Torrington, Connecticut. Pillar & Scroll mantel clock. Riley Whiting of Winchester, Connecticut. Samuel Terry Pillar & Scroll Clock Seth Thomas of Plymouth, Connecticut. A transitional shelf clock. Seth Thomas. Plymouth, Connecticut This is an important tall case clock having a wooden geared movement made by Joseph Ives in Bristol, Connecticut. Whittier Perkins of Wendell (Now Sunapee), New Hampshire.