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Eight-day cottage clock made in the 1770s by Richard Hackett of Harringworth in Northamptonshire Thirty-hour clock by James Woolley of Codnor, Derbyshire, early eighteenth century Eight-day clock made just after 1790 by Thomas Ivory of Dundee thirty-hour longcase clock made between 1700 and 1710 by Walter Archer of Stow on the Wold Unique longcase clock made in the 1740s by William Bothamley of Kirton, Lincolnshire

A handsome eight-day cottage clock made in the 1770s by the well-known clockmaker, Richard Hackett of Harringworth in Northamptonshire, who was born in 1714, married in 1754, and died in 1782.  The original oak case is in excellent condition and with good patina. SOLD.
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Interesting thirty-hour clock by James Woolley of Codnor, Derbyshire, early eighteenth century, one of his earliest clocks. SOLD
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A fine eight-day clock made just after 1790 by Thomas Ivory of Dundee, born 1770, died about 1825, a celebrated clockmaker, draughtsman and engraver, who abandoned his trade just after 1800 to work in publishing, and whose clocks are therefore seldom met with. The clock has one of the earliest types of painted dial, having the unusual type of square box calendar with brass calendar ring, like a brass dial clock. His son, James, became Lord Ivory. Pictured after restoration. SOLD.
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A fine thirty-hour Queen Anne period two-handed longcase clock made between 1700 and 1710 by the well-known and well-respected clockmaker Walter Archer of Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire, (born 1674, died 1742), whose work is very individualisticand highly-collectable.  Pictured before restoration. SOLD.
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A unique longcase clock showing high tide for the River Welland estuary at Fosdyke Wash, Lincolnshire, made in the 1740s by William Bothamley of Kirton, Lincolnshire, to give travellers and cattle drovers safe crossing times for the dangerous sands (prior to the building of the bridge there in 1815).  Pictured unrestored. SOLD.
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