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  • AN ENGLISH BRASS LANTERN CLOCK, LONDON, FIRST
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  • A MID 17TH CENTURY BRASS LANTERN CLOCK, the
    floral engraved dial signed Thomas Loomes at ye mermayd in Lothbury and Roman chapter ring, the posted movement with anchor escapement and outside count wheel strike on the ... [more like this]
  • A LANTERN CLOCK, Baroque style, England,
    19th c. Signed JAMES SMITH. Brass. Engraved brass dial with silvered figures. Anchor escapement mechanism with hour striking on bell. Long back pendulum. H 38 cm. Later chapter ... [more like this]
  • An English brass lantern clock 19th century Surmounted
    by a bell and five urn finials, with pierced lion and unicorn frets, the 4 3/4 inch arched brass dial with engraved foliate ornament and a Roman chapter ring with tulip decorated ... [more like this]
  • Oak-cased Brass Lantern Clock, England, early
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  • Brass lantern clock, the 6.25" chapter ring
    enclosing a stylised floral engraved centre and single hand, the movement with later anchor escapement, surmounted by a turned finial and bell over pierced front and side ... [more like this]
  • A brass lantern clock circa 1850 with strapwork
    bell top engraved front fret and pierced side frets the circular chapter ring with Roman numerals the engraved centre signed Jn Baldwin Feversham No 132 the movement with ... [more like this]
  • William III Winged Lantern Clock by Abell
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  • A BRASS CASED LANTERN CLOCK, the silvered
    dial signed Smorthwait, Colchester, the dial surmounted by a bell and pierced panels, the movement with a single weight and anchor escapement, the clock on a carved oak wall ... [more like this]
  • A good second quarter of the 17th century
    English brass 'First Period' lantern clock William Bowyer, LondonSurmounted by an urn shaped finial on a brass bell strap with chamfered edges and shaped centre over four ... [more like this]
  • A wing-type brass lantern alarm clock of
    late 17th Century design the strapwork bell top with turned finial engraved front fret and plain side frets the circular silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals the engraved ... [more like this]
  • George Clarke Winged Lantern Clock for the
    Turkish Market, London, c. 1780, the arched composite brass dial with silvered boss in the arch engraved Geo: Clarke/London. flanked by Turkish themed spandrels, a "Turkish" ... [more like this]

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