We sell high quality antique clocks and barometers

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The following antique clocks and antique barometers are in stock and are either under restoration or awaiting restoration. If you require further information about any of these antique clocks or antique barometers please call Edward on 01904 426655 or send a message using our contact us form.

Antique Grandfather Clocks (Antique Longcase Clocks)

Thos Lister - Halifax
A three train clock chiming the 4 quarters on 4 bells, and striking the hours on a
fifth bell, painted dial with rolling moon in the arch, subsidiary seconds, date and
day of the week dials, brass hands and makers name. A magnificent Lancashire
style mahogany case with triple pointed gothic trunk door and inlays and

No 183
William Snow - Padside
Although the dial is not engraved with a makers name the movement is a
“Mark 1” with cast skeleton plates. In an associated carved oak case.

No 194
Bryson - Dalkieth
Scottish 8 day clock, 13” round painted dial with Roman numerals and
subsidiary seconds and date dials moon hands and makers name. The well
figured mahogany case having curved top trunk door with rectangular panel
below and fluted quarter columns to the sides, the base on bracket feet also
with rectangular panel. The curved top hood has a brass concave bezel and
sound frets to the sides. A very original, elegant and attractive example of this
sought after style of clock.

Height 80”
Width 19”
Depth 9”
Photographs and further details to appear in the main listing shortly

No 220
Joseph Richmond - Thornton
Brass dialed 30hr clock with oak and mahogany case. Probably made by the
Joseph Richmond of York who’s earlier years are unrecorded. Thornton is
the West riding village of that name west of Bradford, birth place of the Bronte

No 228
Jonathan Storr - York
8 day longcase clock, brass dial with strike/silent lever to the arch, in a very
attractive mahogany case. Photographs and further details to appear in the main listing shortly

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Antique Wall Clocks

M. Reeves Dewsbury
12” drop dial English fusee wall clock. Painted convex dial with convex glass and cast brass bezel. Brass inlaid rosewood octagonal surround, the trunk with pendulum viewing lentical curved foot base and carved ears.

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Antique Bracket Clocks

No 134
Pearson Halifax
A painted arch dial with strike-silent and centre calendar hands, twin fusee movement with arched plates in an inlaid mahogany case with glazed rear door and sides. A handsome clock.

Hampson Prince & Cattles York
Twin fusee movement with original verge escapement, and engraved back plate a white painted dial with strike-silent to the arch, in a fine mahogany case.

No 227
Headworth London
An attractive mahogany Regency bracket clock. The case with a chamfer top surmounted by a pineapple finial with fish scale frets and carrying handles to the sides and with brass stringing to the front, the top and bottom of the case with dentil mouldings, the whole case standing on round brass feet. The circular painted dial with its original background signed for the maker Headworth
London. The eight day fusee movement strikes the hours on a bell and has its original anchor escapement. The engraved back plate bears the makers name.

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Antique Mantel Clocks

No 181
Potonie - Leon, Paris
French calendar clock. Black slate case with standard visible escapement dial
above 2 smaller subsidiary dials showing day of the week and date an unusual
and attractive clock.

No 245
French four glass mantel clock with visible escapement, mercurial pendulum and
enamel chapter ring. The case with attractive brass castings.

No 248
Gustav Becker quarter chiming mantel clock now on display in The Clock Room. Photographs and further details to appear in the main listing shortly.

Other French slate/marble clocks mostly with visible escapement, If you are looking for a particular style of these popular clocks please contact us, we may have what you are looking for.

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Antique Barometers

No 165
Chrome plated Art Deco aneroid barometer and thermometer with calendar.

No 168
J.P. Cutts London
A mercurial 4 glass wheel barometer with 8” main dial.

No 217
T. Ireland
Sheraton Cased 2 glass mercurial barometer 8” main Dial

No 241
Hanny - Shrewsbury
Oak Model barometer Ex Banfield collection Ref 76. Illustrated in Banfield, Edwin BAROMETERS Stick or Cistern Tube page 135.

No 242
Adie & Son - Edinburgh
Mahogany mercury wheel barometer. Ex Banfield collection Ref. 154. 6” dial signed ADIE & SON Opticians Edinburgh. Illustrated In Banfield, Edwin BAROMETERS Wheel or Banjo page 82.

No 243
McDowell - Edinburgh
Mahogany mercury wheel barometer. Ex Banfield collection Ref. 164. 10” dial with elaborate engraving, spirit level signed McDowell, Edinburgh. Illustrated in Banfield, Edwin BAROMETERS Wheel or Banjo page 100.

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