PARKINSON & FRODSHAM, change alley, london

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William Parkinson and William James Frodsham founded the famous firm of Parkinson & Frodsham in 1801 at 4 Change Alley, Cornhill, London.

William Parkinson died in 1842 and William Frodsham in 1850; the firm continued in business at the same address until 1890 and elsewhere until 1947.

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PARKINSON & FRODSHAM, CHANGE ALLEY, LONDON
Mahogany longcase regulator with 24 hour dial
D154. Parkinson and Frodsham, Change Alley, London. A longcase regulator made to the best observatory standards with a 24 hour dial and five second...
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Derval Antiques
PARKINSON & FRODSHAM, CHANGE ALLEY, LONDON
56 Hour Rosewood
56 hour Rosewood brass bound Marine chronometer by Parkinson & Frodsham, London. No 3690 Reference BT40/13
£5000-10000
Horological Workshops
PARKINSON & FRODSHAM, CHANGE ALLEY, LONDON
Mahogany Quarter Chiming Bracket Clock
A fine quarter chiming bracket clock dated c.1820, by these highly respected London clockmakers, Parkinson & Frodsham. The 8-day triple fusee m...
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Carlton Clocks Ltd.
PARKINSON & FRODSHAM, CHANGE ALLEY, LONDON
Parkinson & Frodsham large Striking Dial Clock
A fine double fusee mahogany dial clock by this partnership of well-known makers, dating from c.1820. The original 16-inch dial is signed for t...
£5400
Carlton Clocks Ltd.
PARKINSON & FRODSHAM, CHANGE ALLEY, LONDON
Rare 8 day marine chronometer
This fine example is numbered 978.
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