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Lantern clock of the late 1690s by Daniel Moore of London Lantern clock of the late 1690s by Daniel Moore of London

Lantern clock of the late 1690s by Daniel Moore of London, converted later to double fusee spring movement, pictured before restoration. SOLD.

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