Lantern clocks bought and sold

Brian & Joy Loomes

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Lantern clock made about 1690 by Joseph Littlemore of Frodsham, Cheshire Lantern clock of about 1740 by Nathaniel Hedge of Colchester, Essex Lantern clock of about 1710 by Richard Rayment of Bury St. Edmunds rare 'picture frame' clock with diamond-chaped dial, anonymous, 1690s

Lantern clock made about 1690 with original anchor escapement by Joseph Littlemore of Frodsham, Cheshire, the only clock known by this maker, pictured before restoration. See article. SOLD.
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Lantern clock of about 1740 by Nathaniel Hedge of Colchester, Essex, with original anchor escapement and alarmwork. SOLD.
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Lantern clock of about 1710 by Richard Rayment of Bury St. Edmunds, original anchor escapement, pictured before restoration. SOLD.
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A very rare 'picture frame' clock with diamond-shaped dial, anonymous, 1690s, with original verge escapement and added strike train, dial only 5 inches square, pictured before restoration - see article. SOLD.
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square dial lantern clock made in the 1690s by James Markwick senior rare lantern clock from the 1690s by Edward Bilbie of Church Stoke, Somerset lantern clock by 'William Speakman in Hatton Garden Londini Fecit', made in the 1670s Swedish iron chamber clock c.1600

A fine square dial lantern clock made in the 1690s by James Markwick senior, having its original verge escapement, pictured after cleaning. An unusual clock by a highly-respected maker - see article. SOLD.
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A fine and very rare lantern clock dating from the 1690s by the celebrated clockmaker Edward Bilbie of Church Stoke, Somerset, with original verge pendulum, unrestored but in working order. Only two other lantern clocks are known by this maker. SOLD.
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A handsome lantern clock by 'William Speakman in Hatton Garden Londini Fecit', made in the 1670s originally with balance wheel escapement and converted later to verge pendulum. Exceptionally fine hand. Unrestored but in working order. Some wheelwork replaced in the past. Only three other lantern clocks are on record by him. SOLD.
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Swedish iron chamber clock c.1600, converted later in the 17th century to a German verge pendulum movement, unrestored. SOLD.
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