Lantern clocks bought and sold

Brian & Joy Loomes

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Sold antique clocks

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Longcase eight-day workshop Regulator in mahogany made about 1825 by James Wreghit of Patrington, East Yorkshire Eight-day longcase clock in oak, made about 1812 by William Aris Junior of Uppingham Adam Cockburn of Haddington, Scotland, c.1800 Henry Maltby, York c.1800 John Jones, Stockport c.1800

Longcase eight-day workshop Regulator in mahogany made about 1825 by James Wreghit of Patrington, East Yorkshire, (who died in 1831 aged only 29) probably for testing clocks in his own workshop, pictured unrestored. SOLD.
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Eight-day longcase clock in oak, made about 1812 by William Aris Junior of Uppingham, county of Rutland, after restoration. SOLD.

Eight-day longcase clock in oak c.1800 by Adam Cockburn of Haddington, Scotland. SOLD.
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Thirty-hour longcase clock in oak c.1800 by Henry Maltby of York. SOLD.
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Fine mahogany eight-day longcase clock with rolling moon by John Jones of Stockport, c.1800. SOLD. See article.
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