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Rare eight-day longcase clock made in the 1670s by John London of Bristol eight-day longcase clock made about 1710 by James Hendrie of Wigton, Cumberland Eight-day clock made about 1800 to 1810 by Charles Farrer of Doncaster Oak-cased eight-day brass dial longcase clock by Broderick of Boston

Superb and exceptionally rare eight-day longcase clock made in the 1670s by John London of Bristol, pictured before restoration. SOLD. See article.
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Superb eight-day longcase clock made about 1710 by the respected clockmaker James Hendrie of Wigton, Cumberland, in its original case of walnut with chevron (herringbone) crossbanding and very rare walnut 'oystershell' cuts to the door surround. An outstanding clock. Walnut clocks of this period by any Lake District makers are exceptionally rare - I doubt if more then two or three exist. See article SOLD.
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Eight-day clock made about 1800 to 1810 by Charles Farrer of Doncaster with exceptionally rare horse-racing and pheasant-shooting scenes, pictured before restoration. SOLD. See article.
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Oak-cased eight-day brass dial longcase clock, late eighteenth century by Broderick of Boston, Lincolnshire, pictured before cleaning. SOLD.
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