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Hook-and-spike wall clock, early eighteenth century by an unsigned Oxfordshire Quaker maker Unsigned Charles II period lantern clock (1660s) on a modern oak hooded bracket Early eighteenth-century lantern clock by John Disborrow of Ashen, Essex

Hook-and-spike wall clock, 7.5inch dial, early eighteenth century by an unsigned Oxfordshire Quaker maker, probably Richard Gilkes, pictured before restoration. SOLD.
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Unsigned Charles II period lantern clock (1660s) originally with balance wheel control, converted later to anchor escapement, on a modern oak hooded bracket, pictured after restoration. SOLD.
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Early eighteenth-century lantern clock by John Disborrow of Ashen, Essex, pictured before restoration. Original anchor escapement. The maker died in 1746. SOLD.
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Thirty-hour hooded wall clock c.1770 by Thomas Ranger of Chipstead London lantern clock of the Lothbury type c.1650 rare miniature lantern clock by Jeremy Gregory of London, 1680s Winged lantern clock made in the 1670s by Richard Ames of London

Thirty-hour hooded wall clock c.1770 by Thomas Ranger of Chipstead (modern oak hood). SOLD.
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London lantern clock of the Lothbury type c.1650 converted later to double fusee spring-driven movement and eight-day duration, pictured after restoration. SOLD.
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Exceptionally rare miniature striking lantern clock by Jeremy Gregory of London, 1680s, with re-instated verge pendulum escapement, height only 9 inches. See article. SOLD.
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Winged lantern clock with original centre verge pendulum and alarmwork made in the 1670s by Richard Ames of London - see article. SOLD.
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