Lantern clocks bought and sold

Brian & Joy Loomes

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lantern clock from the workshop of Robert Harvey of London, who died in 1615 lantern clock from the workshop of Robert Harvey of London, who died in 1615 lantern clock by Prime of London, c.1660 Miniature lantern clock, Charles Goode of London, 1690s

Two lantern clocks from the workshop of Robert Harvey of London, the first known British-born maker of domestic clocks, who died in 1615. Only one other lantern clock is known by this maker. See article. Both clocks SOLD

Very rare lantern clock c.1660 by Andrew Prime of London, brother-in-law to the famous Ahasuerus Fromanteel, who introduced the pendulum into Britain, converted in the late 19th century to double fusee spring movement. Seen after cleaning. See article Lantern Clocks converted to spring drive. SOLD.

Miniature lantern clock 8 3/4 inches high by 3 1/2 inches wide by Charles Goode of London made in the 1690s, converted to single-fusee spring drive c.1890. SOLD. Click here to see detail

Rare ten-inch octagonal sundial made between 1663 and 1666 by Hilkiah Bedford of London Six-inch sundial c.1600 by Isaac Symmes of London

Exceptionally rare ten-inch octagonal sundial made between 1663 and 1666 by the renowned mathematical instrument maker Hilkiah Bedford of Hosier Lane, London (born 1632 died 1689). See article. SOLD.
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Six-inch sundial c.1600 by Isaac Symmes of London, later gnomon, good patination, one of only a handful known by him - see article for more details. SOLD

Seventeenth century lantern clock in its original case Lantern clock c.1700 by William Risbridger of Dorking Anonymous (London) lantern clock c.1650 rare diamond-shaped dial wall clock  c.1710 by Thomas Banister of Norton

Seventeenth century lantern clock in its original case. SOLD. See article
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Lantern clock c.1700 by William Risbridger of Dorking, converted later to single fusee movement with passing strike. See article Lantern Clocks converted to spring drive. SOLD.

Anonymous (London) lantern clock c.1650, former balance wheel, now anchor escapement, unrestored. SOLD.
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Very rare diamond-shaped dial wall clock (non striking) with original verge escapement c.1710 by Thomas Banister of Norton, believed the maker later at Brecon in Wales from 1712 till his death in 1737, pictured unrestored.
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