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Lantern clock of about 1690 by Cornelius Manley of Norwich Exceptionally early balance wheel hanging wall alarm clock made by Robert Harvey of London, dating from about 1600 lantern clock made about 1695-1700 by James Drury of London

An interesting lantern clock of about 1690 by Cornelius Manley of Norwich, born about 1660, died 1730, the earliest of only three lantern clocks known by him, originally verge escapement converted anciently to anchor. Pictured unrestored. See article. SOLD.
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A unique and exceptionally early balance wheel hanging wall alarm clock made by Robert Harvey of London, by whom only two other clocks are so far recorded. Robert Harvey remains the earliest known clockmaker who was born in Britain. Dating from about 1600 this celebrated clock is illustrated in several textbooks. The lower dial shows minutes and quarter hours. SOLD.
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A fine lantern clock made about 1695-1700 by James Drury of London, verge escapement, formerly with alarmwork, pictured after cleaning. The maker was born about 1673 and died in 1740, the founder of a whole dynasty of clockmakers. See article. SOLD.
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