Lantern clocks bought and sold

Brian & Joy Loomes

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Eight-day longcase clock made about 1795 by William Johnson of Congleton, Cheshire A newly-discovered lantern clock in its original oak standing case of a particularly distinctive type, dating from the late 1680s, signed 
        simply by monogram BH Samuel Robson, North Shields 1760s Eight-day white dial longcase clock with penny moon, made c.1780 by Charles Edward Gillett of Manchester, Lancashire Eight-day white dial longcase clock c.1780 by Jesse Torkington of Newcastle under Lyme

Eight-day longcase clock with rolling moon c.1795 by William Johnson of Congleton, Cheshire, chiming the quarter hours on two bells, after restoration. SOLD.
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A newly-discovered lantern clock in its original oak standing case of a particularly distinctive type, dating from the late 1680s, signed simply by monogram BH. It is believed to have been made in the West Riding of Yorkshire. SOLD. See article A Lantern Clock in a Wooden Case with Corbels
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Samuel Robson
North Shields 1760s. SOLD.
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Eight-day white dial longcase clock with penny moon, made c.1780 by Charles Edward Gillett of Manchester, Lancashire, in its original case of oak and mahogany, pictured after restoration. SOLD.
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Eight-day white dial longcase clock c.1780 by Jesse Torkington of Newcastle under Lyme in its original case of oak and mahogany, after restoration. SOLD.
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