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A fine longcase clock in mahogany on which the dial is inscribed "James Simons, Hartlepool" as (presumably) clockmaker. Estimate its age as about 1830/50 but cannot trace the maker.
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photos by Tom Eden.
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This web site, run by Rosemary Harrison-Smith with the help of Tony Harrison-Smith FBHI, was started in 1997 and it holds information that we have found about various clock and watchmakers, and so far has 35,758 records in its database. The information comes from listings published in books and trade directories that we have in our library, giving dates that makers are known to have been working. At the moment, the database includes 31,947 individual trade directory entries from 363 trade directories and more detailed biographies for 3986 makers and retailers.
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