Lantern clocks bought and sold

Brian & Joy Loomes

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Eight-day longcase clock in oak made about 1740 by Nicholas Blondel of Guernsey, Channel Islands Thirty-hour brass dial longcase clock in oak, late 18th century, by Thomas Binks of Barningham Unique experimental longcase clock, unsigned, made c.1680 or earlier in London Eight-day clock by William Barnard of Newark, 18th century Eight-day clock c.1790 by Richard Boyfield of Melton Mowbray

Eight-day longcase clock in oak made about 1740 by Nicholas Blondel of Guernsey, Channel Islands, a well-known maker who numbered his clocks, this being number 27. Pictured before restoration. SOLD.
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Thirty-hour brass dial longcase clock in oak, late 18th century, by Thomas Binks of Barningham near Barnard Castle, County Durham, (clockmaker born 1737, died 1806), after restoration. SOLD
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Unique experimental longcase clock, unsigned, made c.1680 or earlier in London with a form of striking otherwise unknown, an attempt at repeating striking using pumpwork and clearly pre-dating the invention of rack striking, which became the dominant form. In an oak case contemporary with the clock. SOLD.
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Eight-day longcase clock by William Barnard of Newark, numbered 1099, third quarter 18th century, seen unrestored. SOLD. See article.
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Eight-day longcase clock c.1790 by Richard Boyfield of Melton Mowbray before restoration - temporary picture
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