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Very rare lantern clock made about 1665, by Thomas Crawley of LondonVery rare lantern clock made about 1665, by Thomas Crawley of LondonVery rare lantern clock made about 1665, by Thomas Crawley of London

A very rare lantern clock made about 1665, the only one so far recorded by Thomas Crawley of London, who died in 1680. The maker worked initially for Davis Mell, who died in 1662 and was bandmaster in turn to King Charles I, then Oliver Cromwell and later to King Charles II. Originally built with short verge pendulum, converted later to anchor and long pendulum, and having a unique detachable striking link to allow night silencing. Pictured before restoration (dial pictured after cleaning). See article. SOLD.
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