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Brian & Joy Loomes

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Miniature verge pendulum lantern clock, 1690s, by George Walker of Oxford Unsigned London lantern clock of the Civil War period Lantern clock of about 1700 by Benjamin Shuckforth, Diss, Norfolk Lantern clock made for the Turkish Market about 1770 by George Prior of London

Miniature verge pendulum lantern clock with alarmwork made in the 1690s by George Walker of Oxford, unrestored. SOLD.
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Unsigned London lantern clock of the Civil War period, converted later to double fusee movement, after restoration.
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A fine lantern clock of about 1700 by Benjamin Shuckforth, the first clockmaker to work in Diss, Norfolk, with original anchor escapement and original hand, pictured before restoration. SOLD. See article.
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Arched dial lantern clock with original verge pendulum made for the Turkish Market about 1770 by George Prior of London, a maker celebrated for his clocks made for export to the Middle East. Needs cleaning/overhauling. SOLD.
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rare Charles I period lantern clock having a fretted centre early example of a lantern clock by Peter Closon of Holborn Bridge, London, made in the 1630s Rare lantern clock  made in the 1670s by Thomas Dyde, London Lantern clock made in the 1690s by Joseph Curtis of Chew Magna in Somerset

An exceptionally rare Charles I period lantern clock having a fretted centre, one of only three such so far recorded and this by far the earliest. Formerly with balance wheel control converted anciently to anchor escapement and long pendulum. Pictured after a light cleaning. SOLD.
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A fine, highly-original and exceptionally early example of a lantern clock by Peter Closon of Holborn Bridge, London, made in the 1630s, one of his earliest known clocks, originally balance wheel, converted anciently to anchor escapement. He was born about 1594, apprenticed to Henry Stevens in the Clothworkers' Company in 1608, died about 1660. This is by far the earliest example of a Closon clock to come on the market in many years. Now cleaned. See article. SOLD.
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A rare lantern clock with original verge escapement (outside pendulum) and alarmwork set most unusually midway through the backplate, made in the 1670s by Thomas Dyde, son of a blacksmith, born Draycott, Gloucestershire, trained in the Blacksmiths' Company and working in London till his death in 1687. Pictured unrestored. See article. SOLD.
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A fine lantern clock with original verge pendulum made in the 1690s in the best West Country style by Joseph Curtis of Chew Magna in Somerset and signed 'Joseph Curtis in Chew fecit'. Pictured here before restoration. See article. SOLD.
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