Lantern clocks bought and sold

Brian & Joy Loomes

Archive of sold clocks Page 37

Sold antique clocks

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William Powley of Asby, Westmorland, c.1740 Eight-day clock c.1800 by Richard Blakeborough of Pateley Bridge F.C. Gerrans, Wortley (Glos) c.1790 eight-day clock by William Barnard of Newark, Nottinghamshire, made in the 1730s Longcase clock of about 1695 by John Finch of London

Thirty-hour longcase clock c.1740 by William Powley of Asby, Westmorland. SOLD. Read article
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Eight-day longcase clock c.1800 by Richard Blakeborough of Pateley Bridge. SOLD.
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F.C. Gerrans
Wortley (Glos) c.1790. SOLD.
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A fine eight-day clock by William Barnard of Newark, Nottinghamshire, made in the 1730s, one of his earliest examples made before he started his numbering system, pictured after restoration. See article. SOLD.
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Fine longcase clock of about 1695 in seaweed marquetry by John Finch of London. SOLD.
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