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Benjamin Lewis VULLIAMY

Benjamin was born in 1780 and died in 1854. A third-generation clock maker, he made a lot of turret clocks as well as making domestic clocks, watches and fine architectural fittings. His clocks were of very high quality and expensive. Benjamin was in line to design and make the Great Clock at The Palace of Westminster, but a rival, E.J. Dent managed to get the job. Vulliamy was an early user of the flat bed design of clocks, and was a writer of books on clocks.

I have presented many lectures about this maker, there are no plans to do any in the near future.

 

 

 

 

 

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