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Brian & Joy Loomes

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George Bain, Brechin 1840 Eight-day clock c.1760 by Thomas Hoyle of Melrose, Scotland William Taylor, Dumfries c.1780 Eight-day clock made in the 1760s by John Stokes of Bewdley, Worcestershire Very rare lantern clock in its original oak case, 1680s, the clock monogrammed 'BH', probably from West Yorkshire

George Bain
Brechin 1840
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Eight-day brass dial longcase clock made about 1770-80 by Thomas Hoyle of Melrose, Scotland, in its tiny original case of oak with burr walnut trim. SOLD.
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William Taylor
Dumfries c.1780. SOLD
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A good eight-day farmhouse clock made in the 1760s by John Stokes of Bewdley, Worcestershire, in its original oak case, pictured after cleaning. See article. SOLD.
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An exceedingly rare lantern clock in its original oak case of primitive type, dating from the 1680s, the clock monogrammed 'BH', probably originating from West Yorkshire. This is an exceptionally rare example of a prototype clock illustrating the very beginnings of the longcase clock. The clock was made with a short,verge pendulum, converted later to anchor escapement and long pendulum. It is uncleaned but in running order. This clock is featured in my book 'Lantern Clocks'. SOLD.
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