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Connecticut clockmakers of the eighteenth century
Penrose R. Hoopes
Bibliography: p. 169-171.
|Statement||[by] Penrose R. Hoopes.|
|LC Classifications||TS543.U6 H6 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||72093610|
tion on the clockmakers themselves. principal author frank l. hohmann iii is a retired Wall Street executive and a collector of eighteenth-century American furniture with a concentration on brass dial clocks. He is a trustee of Winterthur Museum and a Liveryman in the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers, London. He . By way of comparison, the two somewhat contemporaneous wood-plate/brass-wheel clocks illustrated in Parsons' New Hampshire Clocks and Clockmakers (Ppg. ) were checked, but these clocks use count-wheel striking, and their maker's locales and at-work .
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Price: $ The names of most of the clockmakers of the first half of the eighteenth century are also missing. Clockmakers did not commonly sign their work until later; the practice of pasting a paper of directions inside the case did not become general until about The Connecticut clockmakers, beginning with Thomas Harland inhave already.
CHAPTER V THE CLOCKMAKERS OF CONNECTICUT. While clocks were made in Connecticut as early as the middle of the eighteenth century and perhaps before that, it was not until after the Revolutionary War that the industry reached noteworthy proportions.
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The author, Penrose R. Hoopes, a profound student of eighteenth century clocks, has. Connecticut clockmakers of the eighteenth century Published: () Clockmakers of Lancaster County and their clocks, Author: Wood, Stacy B.
Published: () Watchmakers and clockmakers of the world Author: Baillie, G. Lot includes; The Grandfather Clock, The Book of American Clocks, Shop Records of Daniel Burnap Clockmaker, A Treasury of American Clocks, Eli Terry and the Connecticut Shelf Clock, Connecticut Clockmakers of The Eighteenth Century, Revolution in Time, The White Dial Book, Chester County Clocks & Their Makers, Dictionary of Clocks and Watches.
A listing of clockmakers who flourished until Entries give geographic location, dates and type of work. There is also a listing of names with alternative spellings and a list of place names and maps.
Written as a supplement to the late G.H. Baillie's _Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World (Vol. I) Contains approximat entries. Part One, Clockmaking in Eighteenth Century Connecticut discusses the pioneers, early clocks, brass clockmaking, wood clockmaking, and public clocks.
Part Two, Clockmakers in Eighteenth Century Connecticut has biographies of seventy-nine clockmakers, illustrations (8 of clock works, 24 of clock faces, and 24 of clock cases), bibliography, index.
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A good guide to the major British clockmakers of the eighteenth century and their work. British Clockmakers & Watchmakers, Apprentice Records, ; Moore, Dennis; Ashbourne., pp.
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Penrose R. Hoopes wrote in Connecticut Clockmakers of the Eighteenth Century: "William Cleveland - was born in Norwich, Connecticut, to Rev. Aaron & Abiah (Hyde) Cleveland. His grandson, Grover Cleveland, was a president of the United States." So far, so good-. Description: This is a Cottage sized GeorgianThirty Hour Longcase (Grandfather Clock) Arched Dial and has its Pendulem and weight, in fact it is all there except for the you ha.
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Roberts, Kenneth D., and Taylor, Snowden, FORESTVILLE CLOCKMAKERS, Ken Roberts Publishing Co., Fitzwilliam, NH, (), B&W illustrations, pp, very good, wraps (softcover) faint smudge on front cover, ISBN This book covers all the clock makers in Forestville, Connecticut (part of Bristol) and the table of contents lists them in.
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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The domestic sphere, the realm of home and family, no longer a site of production as in the eighteenth century, would now be seen as a haven against the impersonal, competitive forces of capitalism. Middle-class women would (and were expected to) retire from the workforce to their proper sphere and attend to their primary duties—child.
About this Item: Ken Roberts Publishing Co. (), Fitzwilliam, NH, PB. B&W illustrations (illustrator). pp ISBN This book covers all the clock makers in Forestville, Connecticut (part of Bristol) and the table of contents lists them in chronological order.
very good, wraps (softcover) faint smudge on front cover. Chris is well known as an author, for example, of the book entitled Two Hundred Years of American Clocks and Watches (Prentice-Hall, Inc., ), and of numerous articles appearing in horological and historical research journals. Chris presented a history of the Atkins family of Connecticut clockmakers, with all of their many partners.Connecticut clockmakers of the eighteenth century.
Dodd, Mead and Company, New York, NY. Dodd, Mead and Company, New York, NY. Reprinted in by Dover Publications Inc.Another important development was the Connecticut clockmakers’ system for producing large numbers of clock movements at a lower price.
Because Connecticut clocks are easier to find, there are probably more collectors of Connecticut-production, midth-century clocks than collectors of the earlier tall-case clocks. Some are very beautiful.