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FRENCH CLOCKS : A WELL TICKING MARKET

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Among other famous English makers were Stephen Rimbault (Active 1760-1780), who made musical turntable clocks, James Cox ( ?-1788 or 1790), who conceived clocks with automaton, organ and carillon, Thomas Tompion, a great master of the end of the 17th Century, who made repeating bracket clocks, John Ellicott (1706- ?), who made longcase clocks fitted with barometers, George Prior, who was active during the last third of the 18th Century, Justin Vulliamy, a Swiss working in London at the end of the 18th Century, Isaac Nicklas Wells, who produced striking calendar and tidal clocks, John Clowes and Joseph Knibb, who made clocks during the reign of Charles II and Daniel Delander who conceived month going equation calendar clocks at the beginning of the 18th Century.

«A rare large Japanned and decoupage musical
turntable clock
by Stephen Rimbault,
circa 1775
(Value : US $ 27,000-32,000)»
«An important large ormolu quarter
striking automaton, organ and carillon pagoda clock, with display cabinet,
attributed to James Cox,
circa 1775
(Value : US $ 250,000- 320,000)»


«A magnificent George II ormolu and enamel quarter
striking musical automaton centrepiece table clock
commemorating the Treaty acknowledging the Independence
of the United States, attributed to James Cox and signed
by the enamellist W. H. Craft (Value : US $ 250,000-330,000»

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