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English walnut & Marquetry longcase clock with an 11" dial, made by John Clowes of London.

English walnut & Marquetry longcase clock with an 11" dial, made by John Clowes of London. Circa 1690.

An exceptional early longcase clock by a 'Great Clockmaker'. Stock No:   14318 The eight day duration, five finned pillar movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and bell striking the hours with a small, rear-mounted countwheel. Behind a 10 1/2" (classed as 11") well-executed, square brass dial with silvered chapter ring, subsidiary seconds chapter ring and date ring...

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A fine London mahogany, silvered dial longcase clock by Archibald Collier, Bond St. Circa 1785.

A fine London mahogany, silvered dial longcase clock by Archibald Collier, Bond St. Circa 1785.

An attractive looking clock that has been well maintained and is in superb condition. Stock No:   14317 The eight day duration, five pillar movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and star-wheel & rack striking that sounds the hours on a bell. Also having a strike/silent facility. The movement is driven by matching, brass cased weights...

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A Fine and rare George III mahogany Mude & Dutton style longcase clock by Thomas Best, London. C

A Fine and rare, George III mahogany, Regulator quality, Mudge & Dutton style, longcase clock by Thomas Best, London. Circa 1785.

A very rare and exceptional clock in good, original condition. Stock No:   14315 The substantial and unusually made, seven knopped pillar movement with Graham Dead-beat escapement, Harrison maintaining power and rack striking the hours on a rear mounted vertical bell. Also having tall and shouldered plates the rear of which bears the engraved maker's signature "THO(ma)s...

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Eight day longcase clock in a plain oak case. Made by B. Russell of Norwich. Circa 1810.

Eight day longcase clock in a plain oak case. Made by B. Russell of Norwich. Circa 1810.

An extremely attractive clock of small and good proportions. Stock No:   14314 The eight day duration movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and rack striking the hours on a top-mounted cast bell. Also having automatic phases-of-the-moon and calendar date. Behind a 12" wide, break-arch, painted iron moon-phase dial made by and the false-dial signed "WALKER & FINNEMORE" (Birmingham)...

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London mahogany longcase clock with phases-of-the-moon. By James De Lasalle. Circa 1770.

London mahogany longcase clock with phases-of-the-moon. By James De Lasalle. Circa 1770.

A good example of a George III period, London mahogany longcase clock. Stock No:   14313 The eight day duration, five pillar movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and rack and star-wheel striking the hours on a fine bell. Also having the option of striking/silent facility and a long rod-with-post pendulum crutch driving a heavy pendulum with brass-cased lenticular bob and flat steel rod...

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Rocking ship automata longcase clock by Bugden of Sodbury. Circa 1815.

Rocking ship automata longcase clock by Bugden of Sodbury. Circa 1815.

A very pretty automata longcase clock in good, original condition. Stock No:   14310 The eight day duration movement with Anchor Recoil escapement - operating the continuous rocking of the ship automata. Rack striking the hours on a bell and having a 'through-the-plates' calendar date-wheel arbor...

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Attractive pale mahogany longcase clock by William Avenell of Farnham. Circa 1805.

Attractive pale mahogany longcase clock by William Avenell of Farnham. Circa 1805.

An exceptionally original Surrey clock by a popular and respected maker. Stock No:   14304 The eight day duration movement with decoratively shaped pallets to the Anchor Recoil escapement and rack striking the hours on a bell also, unusually shaped plates, the front of which has larger protruding sections to incorporate the dial feet and make a false-dial unnecessary...

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Automata dial, mahogany longcase clock by John Morse, Southampton. Circa 1790.

Automata dial, mahogany longcase clock by John Morse, Southampton. Circa 1790.

A rare and more importantly, totally original, silvered dial with painted arch automata Longcase clock. Stock No:   14288 The eight day duration, weight driven, five pillar movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and rack striking the hours on a bell...

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Early English longcase clock in a walnut case with Burr elm front. Made by John Barnett circa 1695.

Early English longcase clock in a walnut case with Burr elm front. Made by John Barnett circa 1695.

A rare clock by this good London maker. Stock No:   14206 The substantial eight day duration, six finned and latched pillar movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and internal countwheel striking on a large bell. Behind an eleven inch square brass dial with silvered chapter ring, subsidiary seconds ring and calendar date ring. The chapter ring having Roman numerals within the minute ring and Arabic fives beyond it...

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LACQUERED, JAPANNED, CHINOISSERIE ENGLISH LONGCASE CLOCK FOR SALE. BY JOHN PAGE OF IPSWICH CIRCA 176

Lacquered, Japanned, chinoisserie English longcase clock for sale. By John Page of Ipswich circa 1760.

A superior gilt and green chinoisserie longcase clock by a good maker. Stock No:   14096 The eight day duration, high quality, five pillar movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and rack striking the hours on a good bell. Also having original brass cased London style weights, pendulum and crank key...

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Tortoishell lacquer longcase for sale.

Lacquered, Japanned, Chinoisserie English longcase clock for sale. By Richard Templer of London. C.1770.

A very good example of a King George III, brass dial, Faux Tortoiseshell background, gilt lacquered longcase clock. Stock No:   14078 The eight day duration, five pillar movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and rack striking the hours on a tuned bell. Having the original brass cased London weights, pendulum and crank key...

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A good walnut longcase clock for sale by James Bentley of London c. 1745.

Eight day walnut longcase clock for sale. Brass break-arch strike/silent dial. Made by James Bentley of London circa 1745.

A good, original and imposing King George II clock in fine condition. Stock No:   14123 The eight day duration, five pillar movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and rack striking the hours on a bell. Also having a strike/silent facility and good brass cased weights. Behind a 11 3/4" wide, brass break-arch dial with 'Bird-and-urn' corner spandrels and Dolphin spandrels to the arch...

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A good ebonised early longcase clock by William Moore circa 1710.

A Queen Anne, ebonised eight day longcase clock with a domed caddy top, made by William Moore, at 'The Ship', London circa 1710.

A lovely example of a good, early ebonised longcase clock. Stock No:   14044 The eight day duration, five finned pillared movement, with internal countwheel hourly striking on a bell and having an Anchor Recoil escapement and matching brass cased, London weights...

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Longcase clock by Everard Billington

Oak longcase clock by Everard Billington of Market Harborough.

An interesting and unusual 18th Century longcase clock. Stock No:   14264 The eight day duration, five pillar movement with Anchor Recoil escapement and unusual French style rack striking, sounding the hours on a bell. Behind an 11" square brass dial with silvered chapter ring, subsidiary seconds ring, calendar ring and makers name plaque...

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