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Brian & Joy Loomes

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John Telford of Wigton, c.1840 Oak eight-day clock about 1750 by John Taylor of Mancheste Eight-day clock made about 1790 by Creasey Broderick of Boston, Lincolnshire fine eight-day clock in its original oak case made in the 1780s by Thomas Mawkes of Derby Eight-day clock of about 1710-20 by George Guest of Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire

Eight-day longcase clock with moonwork in oak and mahogany c.1840 by John Telford of Wigton. SOLD.
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Oak eight-day longcase clock about 1750 by John Taylor of Manchester, after cleaning. SOLD.
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A handsome eight-day clock with single sheet silvered brass dial made about 1790 by Creasey Broderick of Boston, Lincolnshire, in its original oak case with a type of whale's tail cresting to the hood. See article. SOLD.
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A fine eight-day clock in its original oak case made in the 1780s by Thomas Mawkes of Derby, an excellent clockmaker formerly working under the celebrated John Whitehurst, then working independently from 1777 till his death in 1821. The dial is of the very earliest painted type and is superbly decorated with beautiful swags of flowers. Pictured after restoration. See article. SOLD.
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A very fine eight-day clock of about 1710-20 by the little known clockmaker George Guest of Aston, Birmingham, Warwickshire, in its original oak case. See article. SOLD.
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