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Joesph Atkinson, Chesterfield c.1760 Mahogany-cased eight-day clock, 1760s, by Charles Horwood of Bristol Thomas Hartley, Snaith c.1765 Eight-day clock c.1760 by Daniel Seddon of Frodsham, Cheshire William Fenton of Newcastle on Tyne

Joseph Atkinson
Chesterfield c.1760. SOLD
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Mahogany-cased eight-day longcase clock with moon and tides, 1760s by Charles Horwood of Bristol, after restoration. See article Moons and Tides. SOLD
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Thomas Hartley
Snaith c.1765. SOLD.
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Fine mahogany-cased eight-day longcase clock with rolling moon c.1760 by Daniel Seddon of Frodsham, Cheshire. See article Moons and Tides. SOLD.
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Eight-day longcase clock in mahogany with lunar and tidal dial by William Fenton of Newcastle on Tyne c.1775. See article Moons and Tides. SOLD.
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