Lantern clocks bought and sold

Brian & Joy Loomes

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Sold antique clocks

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thirty-hour longcase clock c.1735 by John Beech senior of Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire Eight-day painted dial longcase clock with rolling moon c.1795 by Richard Griffiths of Denbigh, Wales John Wyke of Liverpool c.1775 Eight-day clock with rolling moon c.1800 by Thomas Dickinson of Boston, Lincolnshire Oak-cased eight-day clock by Richard Marshall of Wolsingham, 1760s

Exceptionally rare key-wound thirty-hour longcase clock c.1735 by John Beech senior of Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire, in its original oak case. SOLD.
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Eight-day painted dial longcase clock with rolling moon c.1795 by Richard Griffiths of Denbigh, Wales, in its original case of oak and mahogany, after restoration. SOLD.
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Eight-day longcase in mahogany by the famous John Wyke of Liverpool c.1775 SOLD
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Eight-day longcase clock with rolling moon c.1800 by Thomas Dickinson of Boston, Lincolnshire, in oak. SOLD.
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Oak-cased eight-day longcase clock with rolling moon by Richard Marshall of Wolsingham, 1760s, pictured unrestored. SOLD.
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