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Very rare lantern clock made in the 1690s by Edward Hodges of Spalding, Lincolnshire small arched dial lantern clock made about 1730 by Edward Hunsdon of Chelmsford, Essex Rare lantern clock made in the 1720s by Peter Guy of Liverpool

A very rare, perhaps unique, lantern clock made in the 1690s by Edward Hodges of Spalding, Lincolnshire (working 1685-died 1703), one of the very first clockmakers to work in the county and his only recorded clock to date, originally with short verge pendulum converted later to long pendulum, pictured after restoration. See article. SOLD.
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A small handsome arched dial lantern clock (dial 7inches by 10 inches) made about 1730 by Edward Hunsdon of Chelmsford, Essex, with original anchor escapement and long pendulum. He was working from about 1720 and died in 1771.
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An attractive and exceptionally rare lantern clock by Peter Guy of Liverpool, being the only Liverpool lantern clock I have ever come across and also Peter Guy's only clock documented so far. He was born in 1701 at Aughton in Lancashire, where he married in 1721. He worked at Huyton and West Derby and died in 1741. The clock dates from the 1720s, is highly original with many features indicating his Aughton 'school' training. Not restored but in full working order. See article.
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lantern clock made about 1700 or just before by Humphrey Marsh of Highworth, Wiltshire verge pendulum lantern clock made about 1700 by William Jackson of Loughborough, Leicestershire Lantern clock made in the reign of George I by John Lee of Loughborough

An exceptionally attractive lantern clock made about 1700 or just before by Humphrey Marsh of Highworth, Wiltshire, numbered 110, having a verge pendulum. The workmanship is good and the engraving excellent He was born in 1663, died in 1718. Only one other lantern clock is documented by him (numbered 105). Not restored but in full running order. See article.
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A good original (restored) verge pendulum lantern clock made about 1700 by William Jackson of Loughborough, Leicestershire, the earliest clockmaker in that town. He is believed to have been married in 1668 and had children there between 1673 and 1677. This is one of only three lantern clocks recorded by him at Loughborough, one of which is in Leicester Museum. He is believed to have also worked at nearby Lutterworth and a single lantern clock of about 1710 is recorded signed at Lutterworth.
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An interesting lantern clock with verge pendulum, made in the reign of George I by John Lee of Loughborough, the only one recorded by him so far. He was married there in 1718 to Elizabeth Abbington, and they had several children born between 1719 and 1723. Awaiting restoration.
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