Lantern clocks bought and sold

Brian & Joy Loomes

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Hooded clock, about 1780, by Thomas Shepherd of Wootton under Edge, Gloucestershire lantern clock, second quarter 17th century, by Jacques Laylett of Paris Mid seventeenth century lantern clock, Richard Child in Fleet Street, London Lantern clock by William Monke of Barwick St. John (Wiltshire) c.1710

Hooded clock in simple oak case dating from about 1780 by Thomas Shepherd of Wootton under Edge, Gloucestershire, non-striking timepiece, plated movement, 7.5 inch dial, anchor escapement, long pendulum. SOLD.
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Exceptionally fine lantern clock, second quarter 17th century, by Jacques Laylett of Paris, originally balance wheel, ancient verge conversion, the front fret bearing the arms of the original owner, in unrestored condition. SOLD. See article.
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Mid seventeenth century lantern clock, Richard Child in Fleet Street, London, single fusee conversion timepiece, restored. SOLD.

Lantern clock by William Monke of Barwick St. John (Wiltshire) c.1710 with original verge escapement. SOLD.
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Single-handed miniature wall clock with alarmwork Hooded clock in superb original oak hood, c.1690, monogrammed SC Lantern clock c.1660-70 by Thomas Birch, London Exceptionally fine unsigned lantern clock made in Bristol in the 1680s

Single-handed miniature wall clock with alarmwork, a type known as a 'pantry' clock for use in the servants' quarters (or 'pantry'), with sliding dust covers to protect the movement (like a hooded clock but needing no hood), with original verge escapement, made about 1760 by John Green of St. Martin's Court, London. Pictured unrestored. SOLD.
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Hooded clock in superb original oak hood, c.1690, monogrammed SC, believed to be Samuel Calle known working in Exeter 1685, six-inch dial, the movement converted to a double fusee spring drive with exceptionally unusual side-winding, after restoration. SOLD.
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Lantern clock c.1660-70 by Thomas Birch 'in ye Longe Walke neer ye Lame Hospitall, Londini fecit', converted later to double fusee spring drive, after cleaning. SOLD.

Exceptionally fine unsigned lantern clock made in Bristol in the 1680s with its original verge escapement and original alarmwork. SOLD. See article.
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