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Loomes (B.): Antique British Clocks - A Buyer's Guide

Loomes (B.): Antique British Clocks - A Buyer's Guide
NEW. 224 pages, 70 illustrations, reprinted 2014. Useful information for the longcase clock enthusiast, including distinguishing between the genuine and fake, between good and mediocre and how to distinguish the factors which represent quality. Sadly the reproduction quality of the photographs in this latest reprint is poor. With dust jacket. (Ref: N1907)
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Price: 27.50
Loomes (B.): Lantern Clocks & their Makers

Loomes (B.): Lantern Clocks & their Makers
NEW. 528 pages, 200 colour & 950 b&w illustrations, 2008. A detailed survey of lantern clock making in Britain, over 400 clocks are illustrated and there are detailed biographies of over 1000 makers. The book also studies lantern clock movements used in longcase clocks as well as hoop & spike clocks and those made for export to the Middle East ('Turkish Market' clocks). This is an important book. With dust jacket. (Ref: N1839)
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Price: 85.00
Loomes (B.):  Painted Dial Clocks 1770 - 1870

Loomes (B.): Painted Dial Clocks 1770 - 1870
O/P. 280 pages, 44 colour and 267 b&w plates, 8 figures, 1997. This is a completely rewritten book, with many new illustrations, and incorporates all the author's researches since publication of his White Dial Clocks in 1981. The book is mostly about longcase clocks and is essential reading when dating longcase painted dials and cases. A fine copy with very good dust jacket. (Ref: K1822 - H7)
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Price: 85.00
Lyman (I.P.): Railway Clocks

Lyman (I.P.): Railway Clocks
O/P. 359 pages, 700+ photographs, 2004. An excellent book, a detailed study of the mechanical clocks used by the railway companies of England, Scotland and Wales. This book is essential reading for railway clock enthusiasts, railway buffs and English dial clock enthusiasts. Now hard to find. A fine copy (small bookplate inside front cover) with very good dust jacket.

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(Ref: K1664 - Y2)
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Price: 265.00
Marshall (T.): Buckinghamshire Clock & Watchmakers

Marshall (T.): Buckinghamshire Clock & Watchmakers
NEW. 421 pages, over 500 illustrations, 2019. An excellent, much needed, addition to the books about clock and watch makers in the English counties. The book traces the history of clock and watch making in Buckinghamshire from the early 17th to the 20th century; with biographical information on over 600 men and women associated with the craft together will illustrations of their work. Also included is a large section on turret clocks in the county, with more than 100 clocks listed including over 40 seventeenth and eighteenth century examples. With dust jacket.

* Special offer for May: Was £48.00, now on offer at £30.00 *

(Ref: N4948)
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Price: 30.00
Marshall (T.): The Quaker Clockmakers of North Oxfordshire

Marshall (T.): The Quaker Clockmakers of North Oxfordshire
NEW. 252 pages, approx 530 colour illustrations, 2013. An excellent book on the group of Quaker blacksmith/clockmakers, in the form of the Gilkes and Fardon families - who, along with their descendants, relatives and apprentices, produced one of the most iconic styles of English country clockmaking, instantly recognisable to clock collectors - the iron-posted hoop and spike clock with distinctive ring and zigzag engraved dials. With dust jacket.

* This book is now out of print - These are my final copies *

(Ref: N3184)

Price: 48.00
McEvoy (R.) & Betts (J.) editors: Harrison Decoded - Towards a Perfect Pendulum Clock

McEvoy (R.) & Betts (J.) editors: Harrison Decoded - Towards a Perfect Pendulum Clock
NEW. 183 pages, 82 illustrations, 2020. A thorough study of Harrison's pendulum clockmaking from a practical perspective and the story of around forty years of collaborative research into John Harrison's complex and surprising pendulum clock theory. An unofficial test of Martin Burgess's 'Clock B' at the Royal Observatory, made from modern materials and following the perceived format laid out in Harrison's convoluted text 'Concerning such mechanism ...', showed exceptional timekeeping and proved that Harrisons ideas were sound. With dust jacket. (Ref: N5026)
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Price: 53.00
McKay (C.) Editor: Bailey's Illustrated & Useful Inventions (circa 1880)

McKay (C.) Editor: Bailey's Illustrated & Useful Inventions (circa 1880)
NEW. viii, 300 pages + 62 of advertisements, illustrated, 2017. A facsimile of a catalogue issued by W. H. Bailey & Co, Manchester, circa 1880 showing their very large range of products - steam engines, tools, firefighting equipment, clocks, bicycles, and much more. Of interest to horologists will be the turret clocks, watchman's clocks, mill clocks, dial clocks, and the bracket clocks and regulators for offices and entrance halls. Card covers. (Ref: N4173)
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Price: 25.00

Nicholls (A.): English Bracket and Mantel Clocks
O/P. 160 pages, 112 illustrations, 1981. A good book about bracket and mantel clocks from before 1700 through to the late Victorian period. Information includes the numbering system of several makers. Very good copy with good dust jacket (faded to spine). (Ref: K226 - E3)

Price: 35.00

O'Neill (L.) et al: Archibald Knox: Archibald Knox: Beauty and Modernity, a Designer Ahead of His Time
O/P. 50 pages, illustrated, 2014. An exhibition catalogue with a biography of Archibald Knox followed by a description and illustration of 115 items designed by Knox including 16 different Tudric manel clocks. A very good copy, card covers. (Ref: K4832 - E3)

Price: 10.00

Radage (D.), Meinen (W.) & Radage (L.): Charles Gretton - Clock & Watchmaking - Through the Golden Age

Radage (D.), Meinen (W.) & Radage (L.): Charles Gretton - Clock & Watchmaking - Through the Golden Age
NEW. xxv, 631 pages, illustrated, 2016. A high quality, lavishly illustrated, volume with much new research on the life of Charles Gretton, his family, his apprentices and his workshops, with chapters on longcase, spring-driven and lantern clocks as well as watches. The appendices include a summary of every known Gretton clock and watch with a description and image. With dust jacket.

* was £110.00 now on sale at special price of £75.00 *

(Ref: N4159)
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Price: 75.00

Richard & Co., Ltd.: Clocks 1928/1929
O/P. 24 pages, illustrated, 1928. A clock manufacturers wholesale catalogue, with prices, showing a wide range of English made longcase and mantel clocks as well as French made drawing room, carriage and alarm clocks. The company also sold a range of spring driven 'lantern clocks'. This is a very rare catalogue and it still has the manufacturers information sheet at the front (these were usually torn out by the retailer). Good copy, staples rusted away so pages loose, a few pencil annotations in text, card covers. (Ref: K4295 - CR10)

Price: 50.00

Roberts (D.): British Longcase Clocks

Roberts (D.): British Longcase Clocks
NEW. 373 pages, 522 illustrations, 1990. A very well illustrated book covering all types of longcase clock from circa 1660 to Edwardian times. Well worth having on your bookshelf. With dust jacket. (Ref: N253)
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Price: 78.99
Roberts (D.): British Skeleton Clocks

Roberts (D.): British Skeleton Clocks
O/P. 271 pages, 45 colour plates and numerous black and white illustrations, 1st edition, 1987. This is the standard reference book on British skeleton clocks and is essential reading for all collectors. A comprehensive survey of British skeleton clocks with excellent illustrations and detailed notes on Evans, Smith & Sons, Condliff and other famous makers. A fine copy (bookplate inside front cover) with very good dust jacket.

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(Ref: K1404 - F1)
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Price: 100.00
Roberts (D.): Carriage and Other Travelling Clocks

Roberts (D.): Carriage and Other Travelling Clocks
NEW. 368 pages, well illustrated in colour and b&w, 1993. This book is just as useful as Allix's Carriage Clocks but concentrates on the more rare and more decorative items. Several of the better-known English makers each have a chapter devoted to them. A very useful reference book if you are interested in carriage clocks. With dust jacket. (Ref: N254)
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Price: 90.99
Roberts (D.): English Precision Pendulum Clocks

Roberts (D.): English Precision Pendulum Clocks
NEW. 296 pages, well illustrated, many in colour, 2003. This is a splendid book, the second of Derek Roberts' three volumes on precision clocks. The book describes and illustrates clocks by all the famous English makers - John Shelton, Thomas Mudge, John Ellicott, John Arnold, Thomas Earnshaw, the Vulliamys, Robert Molyneaux, James Condliff, Dent and Frodsham, to name but a few! This is the only book on English regulators and will be regarded as the standard reference work on the subject for many years to come. With dust jacket. (Ref: N259)
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Price: 90.99
Roberts (D.): Precision Pendulum Clocks - the Quest for Accurate Timekeeping

Roberts (D.): Precision Pendulum Clocks - the Quest for Accurate Timekeeping
NEW. 224 pages, profusely illustrated, many in colour, 2003. This book relates the story of how leading clockmakers, primarily in England, struggled to provide accurate timekeeping over 300 years. The best examples of each new invention are described and illustrated and Georgian, Regency and Victorian advances documented. There are chapters on the Royal Observatory at Greenwich and on the many men of science who contributed to the quest. The first of 3 volumes by Roberts on precision clocks. With dust jacket. (Ref: N258)
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Price: 76.99
Roberts (D.): Skeleton Clocks Britain 1800 - 1914

Roberts (D.): Skeleton Clocks Britain 1800 - 1914
O/P. 271 pages, 45 colour plates and numerous black and white illustrations, the 1996 reprint of British Skeleton Clocks first published in 1987. This is the standard reference book on British skeleton clocks and is essential reading for all collectors. A very good copy with very good dust jacket.

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(Ref: K949 - H1)
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Price: 100.00
Robey (J.): The Longcase Clock Reference Book

Robey (J.): The Longcase Clock Reference Book
NEW. 928 pages, over 2,500 illustrations, 2 volumes, 2nd edition (revised and enlarged) 2013. An important reference book detailing all aspects of the British longcase clock from the late 17th century to the Victorian era. The first volume studies the clock trade, the making of clocks and all aspects of going, striking and chiming trains, illustrating many unusual variations. The second volume discusses the stylistic development of brass and painted dials made in London and the provinces, as well as clock cases, clocks made for special purposes, and those with wooden movements. American tall-case clocks are included in the book and compared and contrasted with their British counterparts. Essential reading for longcase clock owners and enthusiasts. With dust jackets.

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(Ref: N3185)
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Price: 120.00
Robinson (T.):  The Longcase Clock (2nd edition)

Robinson (T.): The Longcase Clock
O/P. 489 pages, 1999. The revised edition, with two new sections, of this useful reference book with 38 colour plates and 640 b&w illustrations. One of the best books on the subject and essential reading. A very good copy with very good dust jacket. (Ref: K263 - F4)
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Price: 90.00

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