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Hook and spike wall clock, mid eighteenth century lantern clock by John Warner of Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, dated 1692 lantern clock of the 1670s by William Rose of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire lantern clock of the 1670s, unsigned but attributable to the workshop of Jeffrey Bayley, London

Hook and spike wall clock of the very distinctive type made by Oxfordshire Quaker clockmakers such as Richard Gilkes and family, mid eighteenth century, pictured before restoration. Offered for sale initially untouched, 'as is'. SOLD.
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A fine lantern clock by John Warner of Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, one of the earliest clockmakers in the county, by whom only three clocks are known apart from the church clock he made in 1695. This example is dated 1692. It has the original verge escapement with an unusually long pendulum 18 inches in length). Unrestored. See article. SOLD.
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A very fine quality lantern clock of the 1670s by William Rose of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, made with balance wheel escapement converted very early in its history to anchor escapement, having beautiful bottle-shaped arbors, and a hidden signature of John Sweby of London, who supplied it to Rose. Only one other lantern cock is recorded by William Rose, and that much altered. Only one other is recorded by John Sweby. Unrestored but in full working order. SOLD.
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An exceptionally handsome lantern clock of the 1670s, unsigned but attributable to the workshop of Jeffrey Bayley 'at the Turn Style in Holborne', London, made with balance wheel control but converted shortly afterwards to verge pendulum, this being a very scarce conversion. Retains twin-weight drive. Unidentified casting mark behind chapter ring. SOLD.
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lantern clock made about 1695 by Walter Archer of Stow on the Wold lantern clock with original anchor escapement made about 1715-1720 by John Buffett of Colchester lantern clock made in the 1730s by William Ball of Bicester lantern clock by Edward Stanton of London, dating from the late 1660s or 1670s

A very fine lantern clock made about 1695 by the well-known Walter Archer of Stow on the Wold, his oldest known and probably first ever lantern clock, made with the rare tic-tac escapement, originally with alarmwork (removed later), signed uniquely 'Waltar Archar Stow'. See article. SOLD.
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A rare lantern clock with original anchor escapement made about 1715-1720 by John Buffett of Colchester, by whom only six are known. Probably one of the last lantern clocks made in Colchester. See article. SOLD.
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Delightful miniature arched dial lantern clock with alarm made in the 1730s by William Ball of Bicester, Oxfordshire, unrestored. SOLD.
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A very handsome lantern clock by Edward Stanton of London, being one of his earliest dating from the late 1660s or 1670s, signed in Leaden Hall Street, originally balance wheel, and an early conversion to long pendulum, still running on two separate trains, two weights. See article. SOLD.
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