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Unique longcase clock made in the 1740s by William Bothamley of Kirton, LincolnshireUnique longcase clock made in the 1740s by William Bothamley of Kirton, Lincolnshire

Unique longcase clock made in the 1740s by William Bothamley of Kirton, Lincolnshire

A unique longcase clock showing high tide for the River Welland estuary at Fosdyke Wash, Lincolnshire, made in the 1740s by William Bothamley of Kirton, Lincolnshire, to give travellers and cattle drovers safe crossing times for the dangerous sands (prior to the building of the bridge there in 1815).  Pictured unrestored. SOLD.
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