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Jacques Goullons
ca. 1645–48
Lambertus Vrythoff
case ca. 1645, movement ca. 1750
Anthoine Arlaud
ca. 1620–30
Firm of Bautte et Moynier
ca. 1826–31
ca. 1815–40
Richard Peckover
ca. 1750
Firm of Frères Wiss et Menu
ca. 1820–30
David Ramsay
ca. 1620–25
Firm of Moulinié, Bautte & Moynier
ca. 1809–21
Pierre-Martin Scheult
ca. 1650
Simon Hackett
ca. 1632–40
French, Paris
19th century
Pierre Morel
ca. 1820–35
French or Swiss
ca. 1820–35
Firm of Bordier Frères
ca. 1815–30
Firm of Esquivillon Frères
ca. 1800–1820
Daniel Vauchez
ca. 1783–90
French or Swiss
ca. 1815–30
Firm of Moynier & Fils
ca. 1825
François Czapek
ca. 1850–55
F. L. Meybom
ca. 1670–75
Firm of Alliez, Bachelard et Terond Fils
ca. 1830
Du Bois
ca. 1830–40
Firm of Sandoz, Ami, et Fils
probably Swiss
ca. 1815–20
French, Lyon
probably Swiss
ca. 1820–30
Firm of Moricand & Degrange
ca. 1835
Swiss, Geneva
ca. 1835
Jean-Louis Moré
ca. 1830
Robert Roskell
Grayhurst, Harvey & Co.
Pierre Vernede
ca. 1650
Suzanne de Court
first quarter of 17th century
British, London
ca. 1600–1610
probably ca. 1745–50
Thomas Tompion
ca. 1680
George Harrison
probably ca. 1770
Francis Perigal
18th century
Wilhelm Peffenhauser
watch ca. 1650, cameo 16th–17th century