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Brian & Joy Loomes

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Eight-day longcase clock c.1730 by Samuel Whitaker of Middleton, Manchester Rare thirty-hour clock made by about 1710 by Isaac Hadwen when working at Sedbergh in North Yorkshire Interesting and rare 'coffin' clock of about 1700 being an unsigned thirty-hour single-handed clock Abraham Dutton of Hanley

Eight-day longcase clock c.1730 by Samuel Whitaker of Middleton, Manchester, Lancashire, after restoration. Fine quality movement with latched pillars. See article. SOLD.
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A very rare and fine quality thirty-hour clock by Isaac Hadwen dating from his earliest and best period when working at Sedbergh in North Yorkshire, made about 1710 during the reign of Queen Anne, one of very few clocks of this period by him its original case. See article. SOLD.
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An exceptionally interesting and rare 'coffin' clock of about 1700 being an unsigned thirty-hour single-handed clock. The case is typical of the very first years of longcase clock making, barely moved on in style from a lantern clock case. Very few coffin cases survive. An even rarer feature of this case is that it has its original carving, of which only a handful are known. Nailed inside is a 19c owner's label from Sale, Cheshire. A very rare Civil War period lantern clock made in the early 1660s by Lawrence Sindry of London, former apprentice to Henry Ireland, being the only clock of any kind yet recorded by this maker. It was built with balance wheel control modified later, as almost all were,  to long pendulum.  Pictured unrestored. SOLD.
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Abraham Dutton
Hanley. SOLD.
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