5 edition of Westmorland clocks and clockmakers found in the catalog.
Westmorland clocks and clockmakers
|LC Classifications||TS543.G7 L64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||75313913|
Collecting Antique Clocks James Hendrie of Wigton, clockmaker. Published in full in Clocks Magazine. James Hendrie was a prolific clockmaker who worked at Wigton in Cumberland from at least till he died there in His origins are unknown, though the name is a Scottish one. It could have been made by John or the son. This clock is now in Abbot’s Hall museum, Kendal. It has a mahogany case, plays eight tunes and is described by Brian Loomes as the finest clock movement ever made in Westmorland. John’s wife, Jane, lived until , when she died at .
- Buy Biographical List of Clockmakers: North Lancashire and South Westmorland book online at best prices in India on Read Biographical List of Clockmakers: North Lancashire and South Westmorland book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Susan E. Stuart. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. New copy with dust jacket. pages, illus., 5 maps. Includes the work of over makers. A useful book for North Country clock owners and enthusiasts. This book contains all Loomes' recent research and has additional information about clockmakers, which is not in his earlier books.
This database of 10, clockmakers has been compiled from a number of sources. Used primarily were the lists from The Old Clock Book ( edition) by N. Hudson Moore, and Old Clocks and Watches and Their Makers (Fifth Edition, ) by F. J. Britten. Those works, in . century J.C. Dickinson and an 18th century clockmaker named John Dickinson. There may be no connection to find but I did discover that John Dickinson, Clockmaker of Cartmel note 1, did exist and that there are at least 2 long case clocks still ticking away after years. This picture is of a John Dickinson clock sold recently at.
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Westmorland Clocks and Clockmakers and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Westmorland Clocks and Clockmakers by Loomes, Brian - AbeBooks. Get this from a library. Westmorland clocks and clockmakers. [Brian Loomes]. Westmorland Clocks and Clockmakers by Brian Loomes ISBN ISBN Hardcover; Newton Abbot: David & Charles, Westmorland clocks and clockmakers book ISBN Records Images Family Tree Genealogies Catalog Books Wiki.
Catalog Print List (0) Westmorland clocks and clockmakers. Statement of Responsibility: Brian Loomes Authors: Loomes, Brian (Main Author) Format: Books/Monographs Clockmakers listed by surname and by town to supplement the clockmaking highlights of the county.
Jonas Barber, clockmaker of Winster: A study of the lives and work of the Barber family who made clocks at Bryan Houses in Winster, Westmorland throughout Author: Bryan William Cave-Browne-Cave. Story time just got better with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers editorially hand-picked children’s books every 1, 2, or 3 months — at 40% off List Price.
Learn more. Product details. Paperback: pages; Publisher: Lancaster University () Language: Author: Susan Stuart. Whyte (D.): Clockmakers & Watchmakers of Scotland NEW. pages, figures, A good book on Scottish makers, including all the research by the author and other workers since the publication in of Smith's pioneering work Old Scottish Clockmakers - This is an essential reference book for all Scottish clock and watch.
Black Forest Clockmaker and the Cuckoo Clock book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A historical and repair guide to Black Forest 4/5(1). Westmorland: Westmorland Clocks and Clockmakers, Brian Loomes (David and Charles, ) Whitchurch: Clockmakers and Watchmakers of Whitchurch, Richard Hughes (Whitchurch, ) Wigan: The Clockmakers and Watchmakers of Wigan –, A.J.
Hawkes (Wigan, ) Wiltshire: Wiltshire Watch and Clockmakers, John Young (3 vols, Trowbridge, Description: Book #8 of the Clockmakers Newsletter Workshop Series features clock mechanisms produced by 3 of America’s largest 19th century manufacturers. Covers repairs to.
THE FOLLOWING BOOKS BY BRIAN LOOMES ARE OUT OF PRINT but most may be found through second-hand booksellers: 'Yorkshire Clockmakers' published by Dalesman Publishing Co., Settle, 'The White Dial Clock' published by David & Charles, 'Westmoreland Clocks & Clockmakers' published by David & Charles, Haggar (A.L.) & Miller (L.F.): Suffolk Clocks and Clockmakers O/P.
Complete with the Supplement. In total: pages, 93 figs.,Supplement This is a very useful reference book and is the only book about this county. A very good copy. Main work hardback without dust jacket, the Supplement with card covers.
This book is now very hard. Some good black and white illustrations and detailed lists of clockmakers of the area. Westmorland: Westmoreland Clocks and Clockmakers.
Loomes, North Pomfret, VT: David and Charles, Wigan: The Clockmakers & Watchmakers of Wigan - ; Hawkes, Arthur John Wigan: Arthur J.
Hawkes, 84pp. Book about William Barker, Thomas Bridge, John Burges, Archibald Coats. Pennsylvania Clocks and Clockmakers: An Epic of Early American Science, Industry, and Craftsmanship by George H Eckhardt and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Buy Westmorland Clocks and Clockmakers First Edition by Loomes, Brian (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Brian Loomes. This is a "specialist" book consisting of a nearly page small-print list (aro entries) of mostly-British watch and clock makers from the 16th through early 20th centuries.
I bought it because I'm attempting to research an English silver watch dating from either or Reviews: Clockmakers Newsletter began publishing a monthly newsletter inwhich ran for issues.
In addition, author/editor Steven G. Conover has written and published 18 books on clock repair and clockmaking, with more titles to be published soon. Author: Kenneth Ullyett Publisher: Read Books Ltd ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, Docs View: Get Books. British Clocks And Clockmakers British Clocks And Clockmakers by Kenneth Ullyett, British Clocks And Clockmakers Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format.
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and by far the most prolific. The clockmakers of that town have been studied in great detail by the late Barnard Mason, whose book 'Colchester Clockmakers' I have owned and treasured since the day it was published in by Country Life at the then outrageous price, which I initially balked at, of four.
This article is based on a lecture given at the Conference of the Antiquarian Horological Society at Liverpool University in It discusses and illustrates a wide rane of clocks from the region which are often more varied and interesting, both.
FHL book U2L, and Westmorland Clocks and Clockmakers. David and Charles, Exeter. FHL book U2L, ), Shropshire (Elliot’s Shropshire Clocks and Clockmakers. Phillimore. FHL book D3eL, ), and Dorset and Channel Islands (Tribe and Whatmore’s Dorset Clocks and Clockmakers, with a Supplement on the Channel Isles.Here you can browse through our wide selection of antique clocks and see if anything catches your eye.
William Webster was apprenticed to the greatest of all English clockmakers Thomas Tompion - as you would expect his work was of the highest quality and this example does not disappoint Westmorland.