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#0214 Belgian longcase clock, signed: 'Jacobus Willemore, Anvers'
Belgian longcase clock, signed 'Jacobus Willemore Anvers', ca. 1710, goes for almost 2 months. Height 2,50 mtr. Jacobus Willemore was working in Antwerp and in Mechelen (Malines) from 1704-1711 and came from England.

Jacob Willmore was clockmaker and instrumentmaker.
The pilars and windingkey have a typical form specific for this maker.
In 1706 he made 4 dials for the Sint-Romboutstoren in Mechelen that had a diameter of 13.7 meter.
Clocks from this famous maker can be found in:
Stedelijk Museum Vander Kelen Leuven

Universiteitsbibliotheek Leuven
Bibliotheek van de Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.
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Belgian longcase clock, signed:  'Jacobus Willemore, Anvers'
Belgian longcase clock, signed:  'Jacobus Willemore, Anvers'
Belgian longcase clock, signed:  'Jacobus Willemore, Anvers'
Belgian longcase clock, signed:  'Jacobus Willemore, Anvers'
Belgian longcase clock, signed:  'Jacobus Willemore, Anvers'
Belgian longcase clock, signed:  'Jacobus Willemore, Anvers'
Belgian longcase clock, signed:  'Jacobus Willemore, Anvers'
 
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