Lantern clocks bought and sold

Brian & Joy Loomes

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Lantern clock by Henry Webster of Aughton, near Ormskirk, Lancashire, 1680s Lantern clock of the 1680s by 'John Barnett at ye Peacock in Lothbury' Lantern clock of the mid seventeenth century by Jeffrey Bayley of the Turnstile in Holborn, London early winged lantern clock of the late 1660s or 1670s by John Ebsworth of New Cheap Side, London

Lantern clock by Henry Webster of Aughton, near Ormskirk, Lancashire, 1680s, original anchor escapement, pictured unrestored. SOLD. See article
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Lantern clock of the 1680s by 'John Barnett at ye Peacock in Lothbury' converted later to double fusee spring movement after restoration. See article on Lantern clocks converted to spring drive. SOLD
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Lantern clock of the mid seventeenth century by Jeffrey Bayley of the Turnstile in Holborn, London, reconverted to balance wheel escapement with replaced alarmwork. See article. SOLD
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Very fine early winged lantern clock of the late 1660s or 1670s by the famous John Ebsworth of New Cheap Side, London, pictured before restoration. Re-instated alarmwork. SOLD
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Lantern clock of the mid seventeenth century by Jeffrey Bayley of the Turnstile in Holborn, London rare lantern clock monogrammed WC and dated 1635 Lantern clock of the mid seventeenth century by Robinson of London Lantern clock of the 1680s by Richard Baker of London

Lantern clock of the mid seventeenth century by Jeffrey Bayley of the Turnstile in Holborn, London, originally with balance wheel escapement, converted later to verge. See article. SOLD.
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Exceptionally rare lantern clock with punchwork gadrooned centre pattern, re-converted balance wheel escapement monogrammed WC and dated 1635, pictured before restoration. SOLD.
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Lantern clock of the mid seventeenth century by Robinson of London, converted later to double fusee spring drive, pictured before restoration. SOLD.
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Lantern clock of the 1680s by Richard Baker of London, who was working from at least 1683 till his death about 1700. Originally a centre verge escapement, converted long ago to anchor. Alarmwork removed, alarm disc preserved. SOLD
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