Thomas Tompion London No. 542

CASE The fine quality case stands on a single footed plinth with a cross-banded panel in the base, the trunk door with typical brass hinges and beautifully figured veneers, numbered clearly 542 on the leading edge.


Circa 1713

£175,000


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John Knibb, Oxford

A very rare silver-mounted olivewood, ebony and boxwood parquetry month-going longcase clock.


Circa 1685

£155,000


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George Graham, London No. 655

An important eight-day walnut longcase clock with the original numbered winding key, pendulum and weights.


Circa 1724

£65,000


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George Graham, London No. 661

A very rare and handsome figured walnut 8-day longcase clock with numbered case and movement together with original weights and pendulum.


Circa 1725

£65,000


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Matthew Dutton, London

A fine and particularly well-proportioned mahogany longcase clock.


Circa 1790

£15,000


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Thomas Hughes, London

A rare mahogany miniature 8-day longcase regulator.


Circa 1775

£14,500


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William Bull, Stratford

A highly individual miniature 8-day mahogany longcase regulator.


Circa 1785

£12,500


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Thomas Wright, London

A very unusual ebonised fruitwood miniature 8-day longcase regulator.


Circa 1790

£12,500


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Leonard Aldread

A rare and very small Charles II ebonised 30-hour longcase clock.


Circa 1675

£9,500


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James Upjohn, London

A small oak-cased 8-day longcase regulator with shallow break-arch dial.


Circa 1770

£8,000


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