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Nineteenth century two-handed lantern clock with chain-drive double fusee English movement lantern clock of the 1650s by Thomas Knifton of the Crossed Keys in Lothbury, London lantern clock c.1640 by Nicholas Snowe of Salisbury, Wiltshire Very rare lantern clock by Nicholas Paris of Warwick, 1670s-80s

Lantern clock made in the 1650s by Thomas Loomes of the Mermaid in Lothbury, London, with re-instated balance wheel escapement and alarm - see article. SOLD
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Fine lantern clock of the 1650s by Thomas Knifton of the Crossed Keys in Lothbury, London, formerly balance wheel, converted later to anchor escapement, pictured before restoration. See article. SOLD.

Unique lantern clock c.1640 by Nicholas Snowe of Salisbury, Wiltshire. SOLD. See article.

Very rare lantern clock by Nicholas Paris of Warwick, 1670s-80s, one of only two known, with original centre verge escapement and alarmwork, pictured before restoration. SOLD. See article.
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Lantern clock by William Cockey of Wincanton, Somerset, c.1710 Rare lantern clock c.1700 by Thomas Shilling of Boughton (Kent) Hooded wall clock of the mid-eighteenth century with alarm by Thomas Baxter, believed to have worked at Conderton, Staffordshire. Tiny arched dial lantern clock made about 1775 by John Holland of London

Lantern clock by William Cockey of Wincanton, Somerset, c.1710, with original verge escapement, pictured before restoration, the only lantern clock by this maker known to survive unaltered. One of a very famous family of clockmakers. See article. SOLD
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Rare lantern clock c.1700 by Thomas Shilling of Boughton (Kent) converted to double fusee spring drive, pictured after restoration. SOLD.
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Hooded wall clock of the mid-eighteenth century with alarm by Thomas Baxter, believed to have worked at Conderton, Staffordshire, pictured unrestored. SOLD.
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Tiny arched dial lantern clock (dial 5inches by 7 inches) with alarmwork and original verge escapement made about 1775 by John Holland of London, pictured before restoration. See article. SOLD.
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