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Good eight-day clock c.1760 by Thomas West of Reading Single-handed thirty-hour longcase clock, 1760s, Will Snow of Padside Eight-day square brass dial longcase clock made in the 1750s by Benjamin Barlow of Oldham, Lancashire Richard Blakeborough of Pateley Bridge c.1800 thirty-hour clock Brotherston & Thomson, Dalkeith c.1840

Good eight-day longcase clock c.1760 by Thomas West of Reading. SOLD.
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Single-handed thirty-hour longcase clock, 1760s, by the now-celebrated Will Snow of Padside, numbered 222, in its original oak case, typical skeleton movement, after restoration. SOLD.
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Eight-day square brass dial longcase clock made in the 1750s by Benjamin Barlow of Oldham, Lancashire, in its original oak case, pictured after restoration. SOLD.
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Richard Blakeborough
Pateley Bridge c.1800
thirty-hour longcase clock. SOLD.
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Brotherston & Thomson
Dalkeith c.1840. SOLD.
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