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Tennant (M.F.):  Longcase Painted Dials, their History and Restoration

Tennant (M.F.): Longcase Painted Dials, their History and Restoration
O/P. 256 pages, 24 colour and 163 b&w illus., 1995. A good book entirely devoted to longcase painted dials. Lots of information about the makers, their products and the restoration of the dials themselves. This book is now out of print. An excellent copy with very good dust jacket. (Ref: K947 - H5)
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Price: 85.00

Terry (W.N.): Exhibition of Early Clocks and Watches
O/P. 18 pages, illus., 1966. This exhibition was held in Northampton in 1966 and the catalogue is useful for the listing of Northamptonshire clock and watch makers. A good copy, card covers (covers creased and front cover rubbed). Card covers. (Ref: K483 - W3)

Price: 25.00

Terwilliger (C.): Horolovar 400-Day Clock Repair Guide

Terwilliger (C.): Horolovar 400-Day Clock Repair Guide
NEW. 237 pages, figures, 10th edition, 1991. An essential book for identifying different 400-day movements and the suspension spring required, with notes on 400-day clock repair. This is the most recent edition of this well known book. (Ref: N1838)

Price: 36.00

Terwilliger (C.): Horolovar 400-Day Clock Repair Guide
O/P. 227 pages, figures, 9th edition, 1984. An essential book for identifying different 400-day movements and the suspension spring required, with notes on 400-day clock repair. A very good copy. (Ref: K517 - B2)

Price: 25.00

The Clockmaker: The Clockmaker - Volumes 1, 2 & 3 bound
O/P. A complete and bound set of The Clockmaker from volume 1 issue 1 (April/May 1990) to volume 3 issue 1 (April/May 1994) complete with the supplement issued to enable completion of 3 ongoing serialised construction projects. The publication terminated with the April/May 1994 issue. All 25 issues, in very good condition, supplement cheaply printed as issued, all now nicely bound in two hardback volumes with original card covers bound in.

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(Ref: J853)

Price: 100.00

Thomas (A.G.) (Bradford) Ltd.: Catalogue
O/P. 169 pages and 14-page price list, illus., 1968. An illustrated catalogue, and price list, of parts and tools for watch and clock restorers from a large UK distributor. A good copy, card covers. (Ref: K3060 - M2)

Price: 25.00

Thomas (S.) & Thomas (D.): Joyce of Whitchurch Clockmakers 1690 - 1965

Thomas (S.) & Thomas (D.): Joyce of Whitchurch Clockmakers 1690 - 1965
NEW. 670 pages, over 1,500 illustrations, 2013. The Joyce family made clocks for over 250 years and are best known for their turret clocks produced in the 19th and 20 centuries. This is a well researched and comprehensive study of the family and their products - domestic clocks, regulators, railway clocks, turret clocks and a few watches. (Ref: N3490)
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Price: 48.00
Thomas (S.) & Thomas (D.): The Gloverstone Clockmakers of Chester

Thomas (S.) & Thomas (D.): The Gloverstone Clockmakers of Chester
NEW. 178 pages, 49 clocks illustrated with over 200 photographs, 28 figures, 2012. A well researched book about the clockmakers who worked between 1600 and 1800 in the township of Gloverstone - a small area of Chester close to the castle and within the old city walls. The clockmakers include the Wrench family, the Smith family, the Thomas family and many individual makers. Card covers. (Ref: N2789)

Price: 18.00
Thomas (S.) & Thomas (D.): The Turret Clocks of T. Cooke & Sons of York - a historical perspective 1807 - 1897

Thomas (S.) & Thomas (D.): The Turret Clocks of T. Cooke & Sons of York - a historical perspective 1807 - 1897
NEW. 583 pages, illustrated, only 250 copies printed, 2016. An excellent biographical account of Thomas Cooke and the business he founded up until it became a limited company in 1897. The business is well known for its clocks, telescopes and other scientific instruments, but also owned a small shipyard! This book focuses on turret clocks, with some information on clocks for the Post Office and a few regulators. Also included is an important chapter on turret clockmaker Barnard Cooke (Thomas's brother) who worked in Hull. With dust jacket. (Ref: N4101)
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Price: 75.00

Thompson (D.): The British Museum Clocks
O/P. 176 pages, 66 clocks illustrated in colour, 2004. This book describes and illustrates the rarest and most interesting clocks in the outstanding collection at the British Museum. Each item has several illustrations of the case and the clock movement. Tompion's year-going table clock, John Naylor's astronomical clock, Mudge's first marine timekeeper, Henry Jenkins' astronomical clock and an organ clock by George Lindsay are all included here. A fine copy with fine dust jacket. (Ref: K2301 - H6)

Price: 25.00

Thompson (D.): The British Museum Watches

Thompson (D.): The British Museum Watches
NEW. 175 pages, 270 illustrations, paperback edition, 2014. A book telling the story of the watch, describing and illustrating 77 watches selected from the magnificent collection of watches held by The British Museum. The earliest example was made circa 1560, the latest in 2007. Each watch is illustrated in colour with excellent photographs of dial, movement and case. Card covers. (Ref: N3681)
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Price: 16.99
Thompson (D.): Watches in the Ashmolean Museum

Thompson (D.): Watches in the Ashmolean Museum
NEW. 92 pages, illustrated in colour, 2007. The Ashmolean Museum in Oxford has one of the most important collections of watches outside of the national collections in London. This book illustrates and fully describes 31 pocket watches which show the history and development of watch design and decoration, with examples of the art of the goldsmith, engraver, chaser, enameller and lapidary from the mid-16th to the mid-19th century. The hardback edition. (Ref: N1751)

Price: 11.95

Thompson (D.): Watches in the Ashmolean Museum
S/H. 92 pages, illustrated in colour, 2007. The Ashmolean Museum in Oxford has one of the most important collections of watches outside of the national collections in London. This book illustrates and fully describes 31 pocket watches which show the history and development of watch design and decoration, with examples of the art of the goldsmith, engraver, chaser, enameller and lapidary from the mid-16th to the mid-19th century. A fine copy. (Ref: K2124 - J1)

Price: 8.00

Thomson (M.M.): The Beginning of the Long Dash - A History of Timekeeping in Canada
O/P. 190 pages, 59 illus., 1978. A good history of Canadian timekeeping from the installation of a sundial in Quebec in 1608 to the use of atomic clocks. Good copy with good dust jacket. (Ref: K2987 - M2)

Price: 20.00

Thomson (R.): Antique American Clocks and Watches
O/P. 192 pages, 67 illustrations, 1968. A good introduction to the subject. With dust jacket. (Ref: K2510 - F3)

Price: 6.00

Thorne (C.): Clockmaking for the Model Engineer
O/P. 88 pages, figs., 2004. A book for the experienced model engineer explaining the specialist tools and techniques required in clockmaking. With plans for a simple 3-wheel Benjamin Franklin clock. Very good copy, card covers. (Ref: K1571 - BX16)

Price: 15.00

Thorpe (N.M.): The French Marble Clock

Thorpe (N.M.): The French Marble Clock
NEW. 277 pages, lots of b&w illustrations, the 2002 reprint of a book first published in 1990. This is the standard work on marble clocks. Most such clocks are French, but English, American and German examples are often found. The book describes the history of the marble clock and what to look for when buying. Other chapters cover the restoration of the French movements, repair and polishing of the marble and slate cases, and the origin and types of marble commonly found. There is a useful appendix on makers and their marks which is helpful for identification purposes. With dust jacket. (Ref: N508)
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Price: 40.00

Thorpe (N. M.): The French Marble Clock
S/H. 277 pages, lots of b&w illustrations, 1990. This is the standard work on marble clocks. Most such clocks are French but English, American and German examples are often found. The book describes the history of the marble clock and what to look for when buying. Other chapters cover the restoration of the French movements, repair and polishing of the marble and slate cases, and the origin and types of marble commonly found. There is a useful appendix on makers and their marks that is helpful for identification purposes. Very good copy with good dust jacket. (Ref: K2043- Y2)

Price: 25.00

Thwaites & Reed Ltd: Sales Brochure
O/P. 16 pages, 8 plates, no date. A sales brochure advertising 8 'reproduction' bracket clocks made by Thwaites & Reed in the 1970's. The clocks were given the style names Quare, Earnshaw, Aynsworth, Grant, Ellicott and Barraud. The old master clockmakers would be appalled at what their names are now attached to! Good copy, card covers. (Ref: K2511 - BX6)

Price: 9.00

Timepiece Magazine : A Price Guide to Longcase Clocks (Grandfather Clocks - Grandmother Clocks)
O/P. 70 pages, illustrated, 1981. A price guide published as a stand-alone supplement by Timepiece magazine, in the days when a grande sonnerie striking Tompion was £23,000 and a Samuel Deacon of Barton in the Beans was only £480. The nostalgia boom starts here! Paper covers as issued. (Ref: K592 - G7)

Price: 5.00


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