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John Wood of Liverpool, 1798 Eight-day clock from 1780s by William Elliott of Whitby Eight-day oak-cased longcase clock, late 18th century, by Christopher Pennington of Kendal J. Sherborne, Aberdare 1850s Eight-day clock of about 1750 by Thomas Ogden of Halifax

Magnificent mahogany longcase clock made after the Battle of the Nile in 1798 by John Wood of Liverpool for Admiral Nelson or one of his officers on HMS Vanguard - see article SOLD
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Fine eight-day longcase clock with moonwork dating from the 1780s made by William Elliott of Whitby. This clock is illustrated on the jacket of my book The White Dial Clock. SOLD
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Eight-day oak-cased longcase clock, late 18th century, by Christopher Pennington of Kendal, seen unrestored. SOLD
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J. Sherborne
Aberdare 1850s SOLD
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Eight-day longcase clock of about 1750 by Thomas Ogden of Halifax. SOLD
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