Lantern clocks bought and sold

Brian & Joy Loomes

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Lantern clock, unsigned, made in the West Country region of England in the 1680s Lantern clock by John Ebsworth at the Cross Keys in Lothbury, London, made about 1665-1670 Hooded wall clock made in the 1730s by William Barnard of Newark Balance wheel lantern clock made about 1640 by William Selwood of the Mermaid in Lothbury, 
        London

Lantern clock, unsigned, made in the West Country region of England in the 1680s, original anchor escapement, pictured unrestored. SOLD.
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Lantern clock by John Ebsworth at the Cross Keys in Lothbury, London, made about 1665-1670, converted very carefully later to spring drive with back winding to avoid defacing the dial, pictured unrestored. SOLD.

Hooded wall clock made in the 1730s by William Barnard of Newark, pictured unrestored. SOLD. See article on Barnard.
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Balance wheel lantern clock made about 1640 by William Selwood of the Mermaid in Lothbury, London, unrestored (with matchstick man casting marks). SOLD.

Fine lantern clock, unsigned, but of the London (Lothbury) type, c.1650 Lantern clock by Robert Lench of Stradishall, Suffolk, late 17c Lantern clock by Thomas Loomes of London c.1650s Late seventeenth century lantern clock by Thomas Power of Wellingborough

Fine lantern clock, unsigned, but of the London (Lothbury) type, c.1650, unrestored, balance wheel escapement. SOLD.
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Lantern clock by Robert Lench of Stradishall, Suffolk, late 17c, single fusee conversion, pictured unrestored. SOLD.

Lantern clock by Thomas Loomes of London c.1650s, originally balance wheel, old conversion to anchor. SOLD.
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Late seventeenth century lantern clock by Thomas Power of Wellingborough with original verge escapement, unrestored. Power, a noted clockmaker, died 1709. See article. SOLD.
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