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rare lantern clock made in the 1680s-1690s by Richard Breckell of Holmes, Lancashire late Civil War (1650s) period lantern clock by "Thomas Loumes at the Mermayd in Lothbury" lantern clock of the 1680s signed 'John Barnett at ye Dyall in Lothbury Londini fecit' rare miniature square dial lantern clock with strikework and alarm made in the 1690s by John Trubshaw of London

A very rare lantern clock made in the 1680s-1690s by Richard Breckell of Holmes, near Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire, the earliest of only three known lantern clocks by this maker, with original anchor escapement, pictured before restoration. See article. SOLD.
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Fine late Civil War (1650s) period lantern clock by "Thomas Loumes at the Mermayd in Lothbury", originally balance wheel, converted later to anchor escapement. SOLD.
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A fine lantern clock of the 1680s signed 'John Barnett at ye Dyall in Lothbury Londini fecit', converted anciently from balance wheel to anchor, formerly with alarmwork. He was apprenticed under John Ebsworth in 1675, and is believed to have died in 1702. He is famed for longcase clocks and this is one of only six lantern clocks so far documented by him and the only one recorded as signed at this address. Pictured after restoration. See article. SOLD
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Exceptionally rare miniature square dial lantern clock with strikework and alarm made in the 1690s by John Trubshaw of London. Striking miniature lantern clocks are very rare, square dial ones much more so. Dial 5 inches square, height 9 inches. See article. SOLD.
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lantern clock made in the 1650s by Benjamin Hill of Fleet Street, London Lantern clock made in the late 1690s by John Holloway of Stroud Lantern clock by Robert Robinson of London mid seventeenth century very rare pre-Civil War lantern clock of the 1630s-40s possibly from the workshop of Ahasuerus Fromanteel 1

Superb lantern clock made in the 1650s by Benjamin Hill of Fleet Street, London, with reinstated balance wheel escapement and alarmwork, a fine maker by whom very few clocks are known. Pictured before restoration. See article. SOLD.
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Lantern clock made in the late 1690s by John Holloway of Stroud, Gloucestershire, four-wheel train, original anchor escapement, pictured before restoration. SOLD.
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Lantern clock by Robert Robinson of London mid seventeenth century reconverted to balance wheel escapement with replaced alarmwork. SOLD.
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A very rare pre-Civil War lantern clock of the 1630s-40s having a night silencing facility, with several features associated with Ahasuerus Fromanteel I and possibly from his workshop. SOLD.
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