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The rise and rise of the hook-and-spike [article] / by Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Apr., p.26-31.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2001Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Hook-and-spike wall clocks in cases [article] / by Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.24, no.4 (May), p.9-12.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2001Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

The hybrid lanterns [article] : Walter Archer / by Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Sep., p.11-14.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2001Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

The Whittakers of Middleton [article] / by Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks : the international magazine for horological collectors & restorers. - Oct., p.16-20.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2001Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

An unsigned lantern [article] : a clock without a name - but with an interesting history / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.23, no.12 (Jan.), p.12-14.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2001Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

William Atkinson [article] : the first Sheffield clockmakers / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks : the magazine for horological collectors and restorers. - June, p.26-31.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2001Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Joseph Rathbone of Middlewich [article] : this little-known Cheshire clockmaker fitted an interesting system of rack striking with a trigger spring which allowed it to repeat the last hour at will / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - May, p.11-14.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2000Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

James Parson, any day [article] : London-made longcase clocks are normally much more highly praised and priced than clocks by the maker of the clocks shown here, but rural clocksmiths often showed an exceptional and highly interesting degree of individuality in their work / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks : the magazine for horological collectors and restorers. - Vol.23, Issue 3 (Apr.), p.10-13.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2000Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

The first Snows in Yorkshire [article] : Richard and father William / Brian Loomes summarises the life and work of the Snow family of Padside.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - June 2000, p.42-45; August 2000, p.36-39.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2000Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Just a Trickle [article] : another clock by this Newcastle maker turns up - and one with a provenance at that / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks : the magazine for horological collectors and restorers. - Vol.23, no.5 (Jun.), p.35-37.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2000Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

A coffin clock by Sanderson [article] : another clock by this fascinating maker forces us to take a new look at his earliest work / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.23, no.10 (Nov.), p.16-20.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 2000Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

The mysterious Henry Burges [article] : we have the clock. We can tell how old it is. We know who made it. But where did it come from? / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.21, no.13 (25 Dec.-21 Jan.), p.8-11.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1998-1999Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Gone home - abroad! [article] : two clocks by Thomas Shaw of Lancaster / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks : the international magazine for horological collectors & restorers. - Vol.22, no.3 (19th Mar./15th Apr.), p.23-25.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1999Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

One thing in common [article] : two clocks by joshua Brown of Liverpool exhibit some interesting idiosyncracies / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.22, no.4 (16th Apr./13th May), p.19-23.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1999Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Peter Stretch of Leek and the first Philadelphia clockmakers [article] / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.22, no.6 (June/July), p.25-29.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1999Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Walker versus Patterson [article] : a Londoner setting up business as a clockmaker in Newcastle provokes some interesting argument in the local newspaper / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.22, no.2 (Feb.-Mar.), p.19-23.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1999Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Those clockmaking Ramsbottoms [article] : the life and work of the Ramsbottom family, traditional clockmakers who worked in villages just south of Wakefield / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.22, no.7 (July-Aug.), p.34-38.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1999Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

John Dixon's masterpiece [article] / Brian Loomes looks at clock making in Yorkshire in the 18th century and suggests that John Dixon probably worked for Thomas Ogden of Halifax.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Horological journal. - Vol.141, no.7 (July), p.235-239.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1999Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1 HOROLOGICAL] (1).

A north-east lantern [article] : a rare lantern clock turns up by William Prevost of Newcastle and London / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.22, no.1 (22 Jan.-18 Feb.), p.16-19.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1999Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Is there a tavern in the town? [article] : bracket clocks seldom have anything to do with brackets and carriage clocks have nothing to do with carriages. And Act of Parliament clocks? Well, lets just call them tavern clocks instead / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks : the international magazine for horological collectors & restorers. - Vol.22, no.8 (6th Aug./2nd Sept.), p.26-30.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1999Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (2).