Very Early Rare Charles I Lantern Clock Daniel Hoskins c1630 for Restoration
December 4, 2018
An Extremely Early Lantern Clock by Daniel Hoskins London? Display at Bateman’s, National Trust East Sussex, Former Jacobean. Home of Rudyard Kipling. Both that one and mine have near Identical. Engraving on the Dial showing Three Skeletons Father Time, the Grim. Also, the Latin: Nobilem ex Rustico. Talis eram qualis es. And Talis eris qualis sum. Google “Bateman’s Daniel Hoskins Clock” for Image. Ultra Rare and (in my opinion) only needing weights, long pendulum and. A few hours labour to make it work again. Height to Finial Top 39cms. Steel flex from Pendulum top is present. I have been told it would need. A weight in excess of 5kgs, no less, to activate mechanism. I have not myself tried the mechanism. Rare chance to own an almost 400 year old Early lantern Clock. No similar clock to compare value so open to Offers. The item “Very Early Rare Charles I Lantern Clock Daniel Hoskins c1630 for Restoration” is in sale since Monday, December 3, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Antique Clocks\Other Antique Clocks\Pre-1900″. The seller is “fyvie51″ and is located in SCOTLAND. This item can be shipped to all countries in continental Asia, United States, European Union member countries, Canada, Australia.
- Clock Type: Lantern Clock
- Age: 1630