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Lantern clock of the Civil War period made about 1650 by Henry Ireland Anonymous lantern clock of the Queen Anne period

A fine lantern clock of the Civil War period made about 1650 by Henry Ireland, who born in 1618 in Flintshire, Wales, was apprenticed in 1632 to William Selwood, and was freed in 1640, working at first for the Selwood brothers alongside Thomas Loomes. Selwood left his daughter a bequest on his death in 1653. He worked at the Dial in Lothbury till his death in 1663. His clocks are few in number, only about half a dozen being known, and rank amongst the finest of the period. This one was made originally with balance wheel control and was converted anciently to anchor escapement. SOLD.
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A handsome anonymous lantern clock of the Queen Anne period, c.1710 or perhaps a little earlier, probably London made, with its original verge escapement and short pendulum, the scroll-engraved dial centre design based on tulips and immaculately executed, fully cleaned and serviced,  with  hanging hoop and spurs.
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