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John, Jeremiah, Joseph - and John! [article] : why was the partnership between John Sanderson who sometimes signed himself `Jeremiah' - and Joseph Wilkinson so short-lived? Any why did John junior leave to work in Newcastle? / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.18, no.12 (May), p.17-20.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1996Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Skeleton in the cupboard [article] : skeleton clocks became popular in Victorian times ... / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.18, no.12 (May), p.30-33.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1996Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

The changing shape of the longcase clock [article] / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Horological journal. - Vol.138, no.5 (May), p.151-154.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1996Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1 HOROLOGICAL] (1).

Local connections [article] : ... William Bellman of Broughton-in-Furness and his clocks ... / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.19, no.3 (Aug.), p.17-19.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1996Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (2).

Counting on the Philipsons [article] : though they started as anonymous journeyman clockmakers, the Philipsons of Winster and Ulverston went on to produce some fine clocks in their own right and signed with their own names / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.19, no.4 (Sept.), p.11-13.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1996Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

A Bridge too far [article] : there was a positive plethora of Thomas Bridge clockmakers in Britain in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. But were some of them the same man? / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.17, no.8 (Jan.), p.32-35.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1995Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Old town, new clockmaker [article] : new facts have come to light about the clockmakers of Pateley Bridge in the first half of the 19th century / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.17, no.9 (Feb.), p.32-33.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1995Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

From clockmaker [article] : how could a successful maker of fine and innovative clocks destined for a high class market, die in his 70s a pauper? / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks : the international magazine for horological collectors & restorers - Vol.17, no.10 (Mar.), p.10-15.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1995Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Family connections [article] : the clocks described here are made by members of the same north of England clockmaking family, but which individual made each clock is a matter of some conjecture / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.18, no.2 (Jul.), p.30-33.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1995Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

The first Nidderdale clocks [article] : photographs of the only known closk by Richard Snow allow an analysis to made of the development of the Snow family clocks over three decades / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.18, no.3 (Aug.), p.15-18.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1995Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Lanterns in iron [article] : the clocks shown on these pages are made largely or entirely using iron. Why did some early clockmakers use this rather than the brass favoured by those who came after them? / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.18, no.5 (Oct.), p.25-27.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1995Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

A fascinating artifact [article] : the earliest known clock made in Derbyshire features a dial which is highly unusual if not unique / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.18, no.6 (Nov.), p.26-28.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1995Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

The Pallisers of Thirsk [article] : Brian Loomes re-examines an unusual dated longcase clock by a member of a family who made clocks in the north of England for almost 50 years / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks. - Vol.18, no.7 (Dec.), p.10-11.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1995Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Painted dial clocks / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian | Antique Collectors' Club.

Material type: book Book; Format: print Publisher: Woodbridge : Antique Collectors' Club, 1994Other title: Painted dial clocks, 1770-1870.Availability: No items available Checked out (1).

Spring-conversion lanterns [article] : lantern clocks were often converted to spring drive by Victorian `improvers' / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks : the magazine for horological collectors and restorers. - Vol.16, no.10, p.[34]-37.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1994Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

Joseph Cooper of Whitchurch, a little-known clockmaker [article] / by Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Horological journal. - Vol.136, no.7 (Jan.), p.224-227.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1994Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1 HOROLOGICAL] (1).

The hunt for Leyson Williams [article] : it isn't easy to trace the maker of a longcase clock ... / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks : the magazine for horological collectors and restorers. - Vol.16, no.11 (Apr.), p.32-34.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1994Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

The spiky feet of James De Launce [article] : [some of the 30-hour clocks of James De Launce had strange iron spikes as feet] / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks : the magazine for horological collectors and restorers. - Vol.16, no.12 (May), p.22-23.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1994Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

A rack striking lantern [article] : [a lantern clock by Henry Webster of Aughton] / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks : the magazine for horological collectors and restorers. - Vol.17, no.1 (June), p.52-56.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1994Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).

The beauty of the break-arch [article] / Brian Loomes.

by Loomes, Brian.

Source: Clocks : the magazine for horological collectors and restorers. - Vol.17, no.2 (July), p.31-33.Material type: article Article; Format: print Publisher: 1994Availability: Items available for reference: Science Museum Wroughton [Call number: 681.1:93 CLOCKS] (1).