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A review of the literature appears to indicate that authors in the English language have distinguished the importance and specifics of Dutch clockmaking much at a much earlier stage and with rather more verve than their Dutch colleagues. Great Dutch architects like Berlage and Dudok, and even the old masters of the 'Golden Age of Dutch painting'seems to attract greater interest abroad than in the Netherlands itself. The best nown Dutch authors, amongst others writing in the English language about essential history of Dutch clocks, Dr J. Sellink in his survey of Dutch antique domestic clocks (1973) and Dr R.Plomp in some splendid articles in Antiquarian Horology of 1971, 19, but mainly in his important case study of Early Dutch spring driven pendulum clocks (1979).
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