Lantern clocks bought and sold

Brian & Joy Loomes

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Sold clocks

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Unsigned Charles II period lantern clock (1660s) on a modern oak hooded bracket Rare lantern clock dating from about 1630 rare lantern clock made in the 1640s by Solomon Wasson of Bristol Lantern clock of the late 1680s by William Martin of Bristol

Fine lantern clock of the 1680s by John Reade of Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, originally balance wheel but converted shortly after making to anchor escapement. SOLD.
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Rare lantern clock dating from about 1630, converted later to single-fusee movement with passing strike and having the exceptionally uncommon 'devil's head' dial engraving, after restoration. SOLD.
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Exceptionally rare lantern clock with strikework, re-instated balance wheel and alarm made in the 1640s by Solomon Wasson of Bristol, the only clock known by this maker, who was the first to work in Bristol and probably the oldest Bristol-made clock. SOLD.
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Lantern clock of the late 1680s by William Martin of Bristol, converted later to double fusee movement, pictured after restoration. SOLD.
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Lantern clock with square dial made about 1690 by Richard Roe of Epperstone, Lincolnshire Lantern clock made in the 1630s by Luke Cocksedge of Bradfield St. George, Suffolk Unsigned primitive lantern clock of about 1650 bracket clock made about 1830-40 by Thomas Snow of Knaresborough, Yorkshire

Lantern clock with square dial (7 1/4 inches) made about 1690 by Quaker clockmaker, Richard Roe of Epperstone, Lincolnshire, with original verge escapement, picture before restoration. See article. SOLD.
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Lantern clock with re-instated balance wheel escapement made in the 1630s by Luke Cocksedge of Bradfield St. George, Suffolk, a clockmaker known only through this one clock, which is by far the oldest domestic clock made in Suffolk. SOLD.

Unsigned primitive lantern clock, anciently converted from balance wheel to verge pendulum, made about 1650.
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Mahogany eight-day bracket clock made about 1830-40 by Thomas Snow of Knaresborough, Yorkshire. SOLD.
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