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Lantern clock of the 1680s by Richard Baker of London

Lantern clock of the 1680s by Richard Baker of London, who was working from at least 1683 till his death about 1700. Originally a centre verge escapement, converted long ago to anchor. Alarmwork removed, alarm disc preserved. See description. SOLD
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