Lantern clocks bought and sold

Brian & Joy Loomes

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Sold antique clocks

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Lantern clock mid 18th century by Thomas Watts of Lavenham, Suffolk Hook and spike wall clock with alarmwork c.1710 by Samuel Hollyar of London, unrestored Lantern clock of Turkish Market type made about 1760

Lantern clock mid 18th century by Thomas Watts of Lavenham, Suffolk, pictured unrestored, original anchor escapement, with detail of practice engraving behind the dial. SOLD.
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Hook and spike wall clock with alarmwork c.1710 by Samuel Hollyar of London, unrestored. SOLD
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Lantern clock of the Turkish Market type made about 1760 for export to the Middle East, with original verge escapement (after restoration). SOLD
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Rare English blacksmith-made lantern clock, unsigned, dating from the 1670s-1680s Lantern clock by John Smorthwaite of Colchester Eight-day wall clock of the Tavern clock type made c.1800 by Bothamley of Boston Lantern clock c.1700 by John Crucefix of London

Rare English blacksmith-made lantern clock, unsigned, dating from the 1670s-1680s, made principally of iron, pictured before restoration. SOLD. See article.
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Early eighteenth century lantern clock with anchor escapement by John Smorthwaite of Colchester, unrestored. SOLD.

Eight-day wall clock of the Tavern clock type made c.1800 by Bothamley of Boston in its original mahogany case with shell inlays. SOLD.
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Lantern clock with centre verge escapement and 'wings', made about 1700 by John Crucefix of London, pictured before restoration. See article. SOLD.
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