Gregg
of
London

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An impressive walnut clock, with an arched door and double-plinth base. It has the rare feature of a rotating disc bearing the names of the weekdays

Finney
of
Liverpool

finney longcase
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An excellent eight-day longcase from probably Liverpool's most famous maker. With rare features, such as a centre-seconds hand.

Knibb
of
Oxford

knibb longcase
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A truly magnificent early 18th-century clock in a walnut-veneered case with solid brass finials.

Gibson
of
Ecclefechan

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An 18th-century mahogany-cased clock made in the south of Scotland. The hood sides are typically Scottish. Eight-day movement striking hours on a bell.

Wilkins
of
London

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A lovely small late 17th century 30-hour longcase with birdcage movement. It is a rare survivor as the case is in pine.

Bush
of
London

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A rare style of clock dating from circa 1740, with a rotating spherical moon in the arch. It sounds the hours and also sounds the half-hours with a single blow on the bell.

Ellicott
of
London

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A very good three-train, quarter-chiming longcase by a famous London maker, dating from circa 1760. The case is of "flame" mahogany.

Helm
of
Ormskirk

crawshaw
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A top quality North-western clock from the latter half of the 18th century, with a splendid mahogany case.

Avery
of
London

helm
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Dating from the third quarter of the 18th century, this clock indicates the phases of the moon and is fitted with quarter-chiming on six small bells.

Dent
of
London

crawshaw
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A mid 1800s mahogany-cased dial clock, 15" in diameter with a well-built single fusee movement.

Adamson
of
London

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A petite 17th century longcase with a marquetry case, a small dial and month-going movement. With its original rising hood, hands and wheels.

Fisher
of
Bilston

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A superbly-built wall clock from the mid-19th century in a mahogany drop-dial case, 22" in height. Made by Ebenezer Fisher.

Ivory
of
London

crawshaw
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A very superior quality mahogany clock of fairly dark colour, made in London in the mid-18th Century. With a good quality 5-pillar movement.

Crawshaw
of
Rotherham

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A rare year going clock dated circa 1820, in mahogany case. With a six wheel movement, deadbeat escapement and a large blued centre-seconds hand.

Jameson
of
Dublin

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A mahogany-cased regulator clock from Ireland. This clock was possibly made for Jameson's own workshop as a reference timepiece.

Robins
of
London

stedman
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An ebonised longcase from the very earliest years of the 18th Century, with a rare alarm mechanism.

Pannell
of
Northallerton

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Another example of Hugh Pannell's work, this one with an arch automaton of Father Time. Unusually the automaton rotates back and forth around a central pivot rather than rocking as is the norm.

Stedman
of
Godalming

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A petite and very attractive mahogany-cased clock with an eight-day bell-striking movement, dating from circa 1760.

Reid
of
Edinburgh

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An elegant and petite clock typical of Scottish East coast work of the early 19th century.

Marsh
of
Eastry, Kent

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The case of this clock is characteristic of the South-east of England.

Watts
of
Lavenham

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A fine 8-day clock in an amazing mahogany case with copious brass decoration.

Simister
of
Wolverhampton

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An 18th century clock with moonphase indicator.

Bailey
of
Birmingham

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A 19th century painted dial 8-day clock in a good mahogany case.

Barnard
of
London

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A late 18th century longcase clock with a wonderful silvered and gilt dial and the added feature of strike/silent.

Greaves
of
Newcastle

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This 8-day clock's case shows the pierced cresting which is so typical of Northumberland cabinet making of the period.

Boyer Glover
of
London

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A magnificent quarter-chiming clock in a fine mahogany case with brass stringing to the hood, the trunk and the base.

George Guest
of
Aston

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An 8-day clock from an early Warwickshire maker, circa 1710 but a slightly later case.

Pannell
of
Northallerton

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A painted dial 8-day clock by a well known maker who often built 'different' and interesting movements. This one has 'centre seconds' indication.

Randall
of
Newbury

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A month running clock by a well known maker. This individual clock is shown in Barder's book "English Country Grandfather Clocks".

William Cuff
of
Shepton Mallet

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An 18th century provincial clock which is fitted with quarter-striking.

Boxall
of
Chittering

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A late 18th century oak-cased clock with an attractive and uncluttered painted dial, the arch featuring a vignette of a lady.

Burton
of
Ulverstone

pannell
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A late 18th century mahogany-cased clock with a painted dial and the ever-popular rotating moonphase disc.

Edward East
of
London

reid
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A very rare 17th century clock from one of England's most eminent makers, fitted with the most unusual seconds-and-a-quarter pendulum. It has its original folding pendulum and opening base.

Dublin
Longcase

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In a characteristic
Irish case.




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