Archive of September 2016 - Antique Grandfather Clocks

Sep 25 2016

Y’see by Corin Trivass

Y’see What it is I get frightened Just a little bit but frightened all the same Frightened by a name by a cry in a crowd by a face in the street by a voice in the back of my head. Y’see What it is I get lonely just a little bit but lonely all […]

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Sep 24 2016

ALEC’S GLORIOUS RAILWAYS

A┬áNOISEY WONDER; a thing of steel, of smoke and dirt and rhythmic wheel, of steam and heat and dust and grime, speeding, needing to be on time but often not – but who cared? in those days everybody shared my childhood love of the railways. those racing engines, shouting aloud of speed and power, looked […]

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Sep 08 2016

SIGNED CHESHIRE GRANDFATHER CLOCKS 18TH AND 19TH CENTURIES

According to the number of signed clocks, of which there are reliable records, the number of grandfather clocks makers in Cheshire was more numerous than in the previous century and the standard of craftsmanship was very high. It is unusual to find a grandfather clock of the 18th century bearing two names, but this occurs […]

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