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Brian & Joy Loomes

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early anonymous English lantern clock c.1600-c.1610 Uniquely early, large and very rare English lantern clock Exceptionally rare English lantern clock, made about 1630 having a moon dial Miniature lantern alarm timepiece by Edward Speakman of London

Unique and exceptionally early anonymous English lantern clock c.1600-c.1610 of prototype nature with iron frame, moon dial and tidal dial for London Bridge, re-instated balance wheel escapement. SOLD
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Uniquely early, large and very rare English lantern clock (17 1/2 inches) made about 1610, unsigned, with re-instated balance wheel escapement. SOLD.
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Exceptionally rare English lantern clock with very scarce round-based integral pillars, made about 1630 having a moon dial, converted from balance wheel to verge escapement. Only one or two other lantern clocks are known with moon dials. SOLD.
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Miniature lantern alarm timepiece by Edward Speakman of London (only 8 1/2 inches high) dating from the late 1690s, pictured before restoration. SOLD.
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three-quarter-sized lantern clock made in the 1660s by John Lyon of Warrington Tiny miniature striking lantern clock made in the 1680s by John Drew of London Lantern clock made in the 1680s by Francis Wright of Woodston lantern clock by Thomas Browne, Bristol, Somerset, made about 1645

Unique three-quarter-sized lantern clock with re-instated balance wheel escapement, made in the 1660s by John Lyon of Warrington, the first clockmaker to work in Lancashire and the oldest known clock of Lancashire origin, pictured before restoration. SOLD
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Tiny miniature striking lantern clock made in the 1680s by John Drew of London, a former pupil of Joseph Knibb. SOLD
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Lantern clock with original verge pendulum made in the 1680s by Francis Wright of Woodston, near Peterborough, pictured before restoration. The maker was previously documented as working only at Oundle, Northamptonshire. This is the only clock so far recorded by this maker at this location. SOLD
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Superb lantern clock, being the earliest known clock by the first clockmaker to work in Bristol, Somerset, Thomas Browne, made about 1645, converted later to double fusee spring drive. See article. SOLD
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