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The Luxury of Time: Clocks from 1550-1800

Type:Exhibition

The Luxury of Time: Clocks from 1550-1800

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A special display of rare and significant historical timepieces telling the story of the golden age of innovation in British watch and clock making. The Luxury of Time will feature 25 objects from the private collection of Island resident Dr. John C Taylor OBE, an engineer, entrepreneur and one of the UK's most prolific inventors.
Developed as a collaboration between the Dr. John C Taylor OBE Clock Collection and the National Museum of Scotland and curated by Dr. Tacye Phillipson, Senior Curator of Science at NMS.

Manx Museum, Douglas
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The Luxury of Time: Clocks from 1550-1800 (15 Feb 2020 - 10 May 2020)

* Free exhibition. Donations welcome.

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