|Statement||by Arthur L. Haggar and Leonard F. Miller.|
|Contributions||Miller, Leonard F., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TS543.G7 H33|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 169 p., fold. leaf,  p. of plates,  leaves of plates ::|
|Number of Pages||169|
|LC Control Number||75320121|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Haggar, Arthur L. Suffolk clocks & clockmakers. [Ticehurst]: [Antiquarian Horological Society], A search through 'Suffolk Clocks & Clockmakers' by Arthur Haggar and Leonard Miller produced a handful of the earliest known makers in that county. None of these were working anywhere near as . sold with the uncommon supplement published in October which adds 30 pages of further information & illustrations to the original book; also, loosely inserted, a clockmaker's label from the firm . The example shown here is taken from Haggar and Miller,s book entitled "Suffolk Clocks and Clockmakers", and shows one of John Pace's creations. However, a small number of .
Available now at - ISBN: - Hardback - Antiquarian Horological Society, Ramsgate - - Book Condition: Very Good - First Edition - No Jacket - Complete with the . out of 5 stars Norfolk an Norwich Clocks and Clockmakers. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on Septem Verified Purchase. While the title led me to believe this was a book about clocks, /5(2). Suffolk Clocks and Clockmakers by A.L. Haggar, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Details of Richard Rayment's career are charted in a long out-of-print book, 'Suffolk Clocks & Clockmakers' by Arthur Haggar and Leonard Miller. I have my own well-thumbed copy bought when it .
For Antique clock sales by an expert clock repairer call The Clockmaker’s Workshop in Dereham, Norfolk. Phone: Isaac Hurst was unknown to Haggar and Miller in both their and publications on Suffolk Clocks and Clockmakers. However, Brian Loomes, well known clock dealer and author of many books . Longcase or Tall case clocks: The Longcase Clock Reference Book, John Robey (Ashbourne, , revised edn ) Musical clocks: English and Scottish Musical Clocks, E.W. Cloutman (Ticehurst, . There are at least thirteen surviving Rayment clocks, more than most Suffolk makers. The book 'Suffolk Clocks & Clockmakers' by Arthur Haggar and Leonard Miller, records several clocks by .