Lantern clocks bought and sold

Brian & Joy Loomes

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Exceptional lantern clock dating from before the Civil War (1630s) Lantern clock made in the 1650s by Thomas Milles of Shoe Lane, London primitive lantern clock with iron frame dating from the early seventeenth century Skeleton clock, late nineteenth century

Exceptional lantern clock dating from before the Civil War (1630s) with re-instated balance wheel escapement, built with experimental night silencing. SOLD
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Lantern clock made in the 1650s by Thomas Milles of Shoe Lane, London, with re-instated balance wheel escapement and alarm. This maker worked from 1652 to 1662. Very few clocks are known by him - see article. SOLD
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A primitive lantern clock with iron frame dating from the early seventeenth century with re-instated balance wheel escapement, believed English with French influence or by an immigrant clockmaker. SOLD
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Skeleton clock, late nineteenth century, anchor escapement, passing strike at the hour, on marble stand and with original glass dome. SOLD
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lantern clock by John Ebsworth of London, about 1680. primitive iron-framed lantern clock made about 1660 Tiny hooded clock made about 1695 by Edward Drew of London Richard Rayment of Bury St. Edmunds circa 1710

Rare two-handed verge pendulum lantern clock by John Ebsworth of London, striking the hours on the main bell and chiming the four quarters on a single extra bell, with alarmwork, about 1680. SOLD
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Primitive iron-framed lantern clock with re-instated balance wheel control made about 1660, believed English with French influence, or made by an immigrant clockmaker from France. SOLD
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Tiny hooded clock (six-inch dial) made about 1695 by Edward Drew of London (working 1692-1705) in a marquetry hood which is heavily restored. Pictured before restoration. SOLD
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Anchor escapement lantern clock by Richard Rayment of Bury St. Edmunds circa 1710. See article. SOLD
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