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Brian & Joy Loomes

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lantern clock by Andrew Prime of London Early English lantern clock made about 1610, unsigned, probably London Early English lantern clock made about 1610, unsigned, probably London lantern clock by William Sellwood of the Mermaid in Lothbury, London, made about 1635

A fine and very rare lantern clock by Andrew Prime of London, brother-in-law of Ahasuerus Fromanteel, in a style used only by Prime and Fromanteel himself, early 1640s, with reinstated balance wheel escapement and alarmwork. SOLD.
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One of the earliest English lantern clocks yet recorded and with many unique features, made about 1610, unsigned, probably London, with reinstated balance wheel escapement and alarmwork. SOLD.
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An exceptionally early English lantern clock made about 1610, unsigned, probably London,  having a belted gadroon centre motif and very rare quarter-hour markers on the outside edge of the chapter ring, with reinstated balance wheel escapement and alarmwork. SOLD.
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A very fine lantern clock by William Sellwood of the Mermaid in Lothbury, London, made about 1635, being one of his earliest clocks, with reinstated balance wheel escapement and alarmwork. SOLD.
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lantern clock (about 1650) by Thomas Knifton of Lothbury, London single-handed oak-cased hooded clock with alarm made about 1790 by John Pickett of Marlborough, Wiltshire Turkish Market clock by Matthew Jackson of London tiny single-handed hook-and-spike wall clock made in 1762 by Simon Douta

A superb early Civil War period lantern clock (about 1650) by Thomas Knifton of Lothbury, London, with reinstated balance wheel escapement and alarmwork. SOLD.
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An interesting single-handed oak-cased hooded clock with alarm made about 1790 by John Pickett of Marlborough, Wiltshire. The maker was born in 1751 and died in 1843 aged 92. The clock is unrestored but in working order. SOLD.
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Mid eighteenth century Turkish Market lantern clock by Matthew Jackson of London, original verge escapement. SOLD.
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A very rare and tiny single-handed hook-and-spike wall clock with hourly striking, verge pendulum, made in 1762 by Simon Douta, who is believed to have worked in Gruyeres in Switzerland between at least 1756 and 1785. The clock measures 8 inches high by 5 inches wide. SOLD.
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