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Arched dial lantern clock by Francis Wells of London, 1760s Tiny hanging alarm clock, believed Austrian, late 18th-19th century Lantern clock made about 1690 or a little earlier by Samuel Goupil of London

Arched dial lantern clock by Francis Wells of London, 1760s, after cleaning.
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Tiny hanging alarm clock, only 5 inches by 7 inches by 2 inches, believed Austrian, late 18th-19th century, with alarmwork, original verge pendulum in front of the dial, known as a 'Kuhschwanz' or cowtail pendulum.
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Samuel Goupil of London. A handsome lantern clock made about 1690 or a little earlier by Samuel Goupil of London, a little-known clockmaker, probably a Huguenot immigrant. He was married at St. Dunstan's Stepney in 1710. Converted in the 1860s to double-fusee chain-driven spring movement by John Walker of Regent Street, London. Awaiting servicing.
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Charles II lantern clock with square dial made in the 1670s lantern clock made in the 1690s by William Barlow of King's Lynn Lantern clock made in the 1680s by John Watts of Stamford

A very rare and exceptionally handsome Charles II lantern clock with square dial (6 inches wide by 6 1/2 high) made in the 1670s with verge pendulum, converted later to anchor and long pendulum, unsigned but clearly London work. After cleaning.
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A handsome lantern clock made in the 1690s by William Barlow of King's Lynn, one of the earliest clockmakers in Norfolk and also a gunsmith, who was working there from 1693 and died in 1723. Only a handful of clocks are known by him. This one was made with a centre verge pendulum converted later to long pendulum. Pictured after cleaning. See article.
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A fine lantern clock made in the 1680s by John Watts of Stamford, who worked there from 1682 till shortly before his death in 1720, converted in the late nineteenth century to a chain-driven, two-handed, double-fusee English spring movement of high quality. Awaiting servicing.
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