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A tiny oak, single-handed, hooded wall clock dating from the early eighteenth century Lantern clock with glazed wings, original verge escapement and short pendulum between the trains, made in the 1690s by John Wright of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire lantern clock of the 1690s, unsigned, from the workshop of James Ogden of Soyland near Halifax

A tiny oak, single-handed, hooded wall clock dating from the early eighteenth century, strictly a timepiece with alarmwork, the dial only five and a half inches square. Its diminutive size is more apparent when compared alongside the ten-inch dial of the smallest of longcase clocks. Early hooded clocks are increasingly hard to find, especially when of tiny size, though one often sees ten-inch dial longcase clocks, which have lost their cases and have been re-housed as a supposed ‘hooded’ clock.
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A handsome lantern clock with glazed wings and original verge escapement and short pendulum between the trains, made in the 1690s by John Wright of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. One of this name was married at Tuxford, Nottinghamshire, on the 6th June 1675 to Mary Curtle and a John and Mary Wright had a son, John, baptised at Mansfield in 1677 or 1678 (records vary). A John Wright was married there in December 1678 or 1679 to Rebecca Blankley (or Rebecca Clauk - writing indiscernible). He was a Quaker, who is believed to have been buried there on the 26th October 1707. This is one of only three lantern clocks so far been recorded by him.
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A fine lantern clock of the 1690s, unsigned, but clearly from the workshop of James Ogden of Soyland near Halifax, having its original anchor escapement. Only two other lantern clocks are recorded by this clockmaker - see article. Owned by the last family since 1900.
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Lantern clock made about 1735 by Thomas Moore of Long Melford, Suffolk Lantern clock made in the late 1690s by Nathaniel Rogers of Nottingham Lantern clock made in the 1690s by William Hulbert of Bristol

A long pendulum lantern clock made about 1735 by Thomas Moore of Long Melford, Suffolk, the only lantern clock so far recorded by him. He was born about 1712, son of clockmaker Thomas Moore of Ipswich, set up on his own in 1733 and died in 1755 - see article.
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A fine lantern clock with original verge pendulum, made in the late 1690s by Nathaniel Rogers of Nottingham, who is known to have worked at Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire between 1694 and 1696, was recorded at Nottingham in 1699, then moved to Oundle, Northamptonshire, by 1705 and was last documented there in 1722. Only one other lantern clock is yet recorded by him, a verge pendulum example made during his time at Melton. Just cleaned and serviced.
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A very handsome lantern clock in the grand Bristol style made in the 1690s with anchor escapement by William Hulbert of Bristol. The superb engraving represents the finest of the period. Little is known about him other than that he was working between 1692 and 1716, when he took out a lease for a year on a plot of land in Marlborough Street, St. James's, Bristol. Longcase clocks are known by him but only one other lantern clock has been recorded by him. Cleaned and serviced.
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