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early lantern clock made in the 1660s by John Ebsworth at the Cross Keys in Lothbury, London very early hook-and-spike alarm clock, late seventeenth century Lantern clock made in the 1670s by Richard Ames of London Tiny lantern clock made for the Middle Eastern Market  about 1750-60

A fine early lantern clock with original balance wheel escapement, made in the 1660s by John Ebsworth at the Cross Keys in Lothbury, London, pictured before restoration (and having a matchstick man casting mark). SOLD.
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A very early and interesting hook-and-spike alarm clock of primitive nature, late seventeenth century, pictured unrestored. SOLD.
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A fine lantern clock made in the 1670s by Richard Ames of London, a well-known clockmaker who worked ‘Neere St. Andrews Church in Holburn’    He was a former apprentice of the celebrated Peter Closon and was working from 1657 until he died shortly after he became Master of the Clockmakers Company in 1682.  He was one of the first to make clocks with a centre pendulum, as this one has.  Originally with alarmwork.  Like several of his clocks, this one has half-hour striking. The original doors on this clock never had ‘wings’.  Pictured after restoration.  See article. SOLD.
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An extremely tiny lantern clock with arched dial measuring only 3 3/4 inches by 5 inches, made by William Kipling of London for the Middle Eastern Market (known as a "Turkish Market" clock, that is made for export to the Ottoman Empire) about 1750-60, original verge escapement and short pendulum, pictured before restoration.  Unlike many miniatures, which are non-striking, this clock has hourly striking. See article. SOLD.
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lantern clock of the late seventeenth century by John Harman of Horsham, Sussex Winged lantern clock made about 1705 by Samuel Townson of London Rare iron blacksmith-work lantern clock, made in the 1680s by Richard Morley of Idlicote, Warwickshire rare lantern clock made in the 1680s by Cornelius Manley, Norwich

An interesting lantern clock of the late seventeenth century by John Harman of Horsham, Sussex, converted later to spring drive. SOLD.
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An interesting winged lantern clock made about 1705 by Samuel Townson of London, believed son-in-law of Thomas Wheeler, made with centre verge pendulum and alarmwork.  Pictured unrestored. SOLD.
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An exceptionally rare iron blacksmith-work lantern clock, made in the 1680s with original verge escapement by Richard Morley of Idlicote, Warwickshire, a little-known clocksmith, whose only known output is this one clock. Pictured before restoration. See article. SOLD.
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A very rare lantern clock made in the 1680s with original anchor escapement by Cornelius Manley, one of the earliest clockmakers to work in Norwich, born about 1665 (eldest son of clockmaker Daniel Manley of London and Yarmouth), died about 1730. Only one other lantern clock is known by him, which is very similar to this one and is in the collection of the Bridewell Museum, Norwich. Pictured before restoration. See article. SOLD.
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