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Peter Closon, London, a mid 17th century striking lantern clock, the brass case with turned, tapered columns at the corners, with ball feet and ornate urn finials, the top with arcaded brass gallery fixed to the top plate, and with a second top above, screwed to the lower plate and located by pins formed from extensions of the columns, three sides with engraved, foliate frets, and top with brass bell strap with finial and large bell, dial plate with foliate engraved corners, the center with engraved tulips, and signed France, Comtoise lantern clock, 8 day, time and strike with alarm, weight driven movement with Chevalier de Bethune escapement, thread suspension with rear-hanging pendulum in a iron posted iron frame, brass chapter ring with engraved Roman numerals, brass alarm ring with engraved Arabic numerals, two iron hands, all surmounted by a cast brass fronton and four turned iron finials. Peter Closon, London, a mid 17th century miniature striking lantern clock, the brass case with turned, tapered columns at the corners, with ball feet and urn finials, three sides with engraved, dolphin frets, and top with brass bell strap with finial and bell, dial plate with engraved tulips, and signed France, Comtoise lantern clock, 30 hour, time and strike, weight driven movement with rare Maillet or Mayet escapement and atypical vertical rack strike with side mounted hammers, iron post and plate frame construction, brass dial with engraved Roman numerals, single brass hand, brass spandrels above and pivoted winding arbor shutters below, all topped with a pierced brass fronton with fleur de lis at the apex. France, Comtoise lantern clock, 8 day, time and strike with alarm, weight driven movement with verge escapement, thread suspension with rear-hanging pendulum in an iron post and plate frame, early faience dial with raised portions under each Roman numeral, outer ring with Arabic numerals every five minutes, two steel hands, brass alarm ring with Arabic numerals, topped by a cast brass fronton with image of the sun / Apollo flanked by two turned iron finials, all standing on tapered iron feet. France, lantern clock, 30 hour, time and strike, weight driven movement, verge escapement with upward facing crown wheel, thread suspension with side-mounted pendulum, posted iron frame resting on short iron feet, brass front with integrated dial showing Roman numerals, single iron hand, topped by bell and pierced brass fronton. France, Comtoise lantern clock, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven movement with verge escapement, thread suspension with rear-hanging pendulum in a iron post and plate frame, pewter chapter ring with engraved Roman numerals, single brass hand, applied brass fleur de lis spandrels and pivoted winding arbor shutters, all resting on four turned brass feet, and topped by flat pierced brass fronton flanked by four turned brass finials. Probably London, England, an early 18th century striking lantern clock, the brass case with turned, tapered columns at the corners, with ball feet and slender urn finials, the top with arcaded brass gallery fixed to the top plate, front and sides with cast frets, the top with brass bell strap with finial and large bell, dial center with engraved foliage and tulips, the individual corners with a single, decorative button, silvered brass chapter ring with roman numerals and single steel hand, movement with recoil escapement, seconds pendulum, and count wheel striking, the case bottom with crude, cryptic engraving, and possibly dated 1717 France, Comtoise lantern clock, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven condensed movement with verge escapement, wire suspension with rear-hanging pendulum in an iron posted case with hammered brass doors, cast brass dial with inset white enamel cartouches with blue Roman numerals, brass outer ring with Arabic numerals every 5 minutes, two steel hands, topped by cast bronze fronton featuring trumpeters and a forward facing Gallic rooster, all sitting on four turned brass feet. France, Comtoise lantern clock, 30 hour, time and strike, weight driven movement with rare pin wheel escapement, iron frame and feet, rear mounted thread suspension, cast brass dial with profile of Louis XV and inset with 12 white enamel cartouches with Roman numerals, outer ring with Arabic numerals every 5 minutes, cast bronze fronton with trumpeters flanking a medallion topped by the Gallic rooster, two iron hands. France, Comtoise lantern clock, 8 day, time and strike with alarm, weight driven movement with verge escapement, thread suspension with rear-hanging pendulum in a posted iron frame case, heavy brass chapter ring with Roman numerals, single brass hand, alarm ring with Roman numerals, applied brass spandrels with hearts, all resting on turned iron feet in the front, and topped with a thick pierced brass fronton flanked by two turned brass finials. Payne & Co., 163 New Bond St, London, a Victorian, quarter chiming lantern clock, 8 day duration, with walnut base, brass case with turned finials, columns and feet, Roman numeral engraved brass dial with pierced steel hands, top with pierced frets, the front fret with engraving, cast brass bell strap suspending two large bells, the two train fusee movement with recoil escapement, striking ting tang quarters on two bells, and the hours on the smaller bell, back plate signed, serial #5054 English lantern clock signed England, unsigned lantern clock, the brass case with turned columns, finials, and feet, top with pierced frets, the front fret with engraving, Roman numeral brass dial, pierced steel hand, 30 hour, weight driven time and strike bob pendulum movement with crown wheel escapement. France, lantern clock, walnut case with ornate cast front incorporating the dial, side frets with rococo ornament, and top with fancy bell cage and two bells, surmounted by a rooster finial, Roman numeral white enamel cartouche dial with enamel center, blued steel hands, 8 day, time and strike movement with square plates Elliott, London, large lantern clock, polished brass case with large bell, Roman numeral engraved brass dial, blued steel hands, fusee timepiece pendulum movement with passing strike, mid 20th century Gubelin, Swiss, lacquered brass, 8 days, time and strike, reproduction lantern clock, c1970 French, 8 days, spring brass lever movement copy of a Lantern clock, c1900 This example is a timepiece. Empire, England, reproduction, 8 days, time only brass lantern clock, c1930 Clocks- 2 (Two) English Lantern clocks both 8 day platform escapement brass movements: (1) Smiths 7 jewel; (2) England, lantern clock, brass case with pierced frets, turned columns, feet, and finials, the top with turned finial and a large bell, Roman numeral engraved brass dial, signed Lanterns and barometer: 4 (Four) antique lanterns in brass and steel, two with colored lenses; and aneroid barometer in brass case Matthew Jackson, London, winged lantern clock, brass case with turned, pierced, and engraved ornament, 30 hours, time and strike, movement, single cut steel hand, brass clad weight, c1720, with 20th century wooden wall bracket Clocks- 2 (Two) European clocks: Kienzle 8 days, Westminster chime mahogany bracket clock, 20th century; large brass English time and strike, weight driven lantern clock Japanese lantern clock, single foliot, on a later [but not new] pyramid base, weight driven, from the Doug Shaffer collection, c1790 Japanese, double foliot lantern clock, large, Brass English Lantern Clock, Thwaite & Reed Brass English Lantern Clock, Thwaite and Reed Smith's Great Britain Lantern Replica Clock Lantern Clock, Windmills, London, reproduction 30 hour time, strike and alarm weight-driven one-hand wall clock with wood bracket Double Fusee Brass Lantern Clock w/ Bell English, Thomas Reeve, Harlstone, Weight driven lantern clock, time and bell strike, made C.1920 in the style of 1750; note wooden bracket is NOT included with this lot, we borrowed it from the Hodges lantern for this foto. English, Edro. Hodges, C.1670, Lantern clock, single hand, bell strike, with meter pendulum + brass sheathed weight, also purpose made oak wall bracket. French, Lantern clock, c.1790, with a dial and minute hand C.1890, less pendulum and weight. Has anchor escapement and count wheel striking, 1-day Japanese, large lantern clock, complete with a period Japanese made wall bracket, and its packing case with original Japanese writing. C.1790-1810 First quarter 1800s, Japan, Crown Wheel /Foliot Lantern clock, time and bell strike, with original cords and counter weights (not including the English stand in foto, which we used only for demonstration). C.1900, French for Tiffany and Co., NY, lantern shaped timepiece, jeweled lever movement, with a silver plaque bearing the initials CES, and with a compass in the top. Mid 19th Century, Japanese lantern clock, single foliot, one day duration.  C.1850, English, Geo. Clarke, London, miniature, short pendulum lantern clock for the Turkish market. C.1885 Bradley and Hubbard, 30-hour lever movement PARADE timepiece. C.1790, French, Lantern Clock, 30-Hour bell strike, less weight and pendulum. C.1640, English, Thomas Knifton, at the Crossed Keys, Lothbury, Londini, Lantern Clock, originally a balance wheel clock, probably converted around 1680 to pendulum operation (pendulum absent). C.1937 (dated) English, Davall, London, 8-day lantern timepiece, with passing strike. C.1900, French, for Wilson and Sharp, Edinburgh, 8-day platform escapement lantern clock timepiece. C.1900, French Carriage Clock in lantern form. C.1750, French, Rouelle, Lantern Clock with restoration. Retains original single hand. C.1860, French Quarter Striking Lantern clock, in the Normandy style of 1790, with restoration. A French brass lantern clock with an eight day brass movement, early 20th century C.1890, English, 2-Fusee Lantern Clock, mixed origin. C.1890, English, 2-Fusee Mantel Clock, in the form of a

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