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SPECIALIST WATCHES Wednesday 21st February 2018 at 11am


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Monday 19th February

9.30am - 5.00pm

Wednesday 21st February

9.15am - 10.45pm

Tuesday 20th February

9.30am - 5.00pm

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AUCTION OF

SPECIALIST CLOCKS & R ELATED I TEMS T HURSDAY 22 ND & F RIDAY 23 RD F EBRUARY 2018 AT

11 AM

TO INCLUDE:

Fine and rare architectural double fusee skeleton clock in the manner of William Congreve and Robert Roskell of Liverpool

Estimate £10,000 - £15,000

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Watches

Wednesday 21st February 2018 at 11.00am


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Order of Sale

Omega . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lots 1-45

Rolex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lots 48-77

Tudor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lots 78-88

Patek Philippe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lots 89-93

Cartier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lots 94-97

Breitling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lots 98-99A

Heuer, Tag Heuer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lots 100-108

Longines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lots 109-116

Jaeger LeCoultre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lots 117-119

IWC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lots 120-122

Vacheron & Constantin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lots 123-124

Seiko . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lots 125-129

Zenith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lots 130-132

Corum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lots 133-134

Other Quality Brands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lots 135-184

Military Watches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lots 186-224

Wristwatch Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lots 225-290

Pocket Watches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lots 301-370

Pocket Watch Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lot 374-483

Watchmakers’ Workshop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lot 485-512

OMEGA

1. Omega Flightmaster chronograph stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, circa 1969/70, ref. 145.013, the grey dial with inner rotating bezel, triple subsidiary dials and orange chronograph centre seconds, blue second time zone hand, cal. 910 17 jewel manual wind movement, no. 29130025, tonneau case with Flightmaster emblem back, Omega bracelet numbered 1159, 43mm *with original International Guarantee dated Nov 14, 1969 £1000-2000

2. Omega Seamaster mid-size automatic gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1958, ref. 2916 2 SC, circular slivered dial with baton markers and sweep centre seconds, cal. 471 20 jewel movement, no. 16393914, 30mm (lacking strap) £120-180

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3. Omega Constellation Chronometer automatic gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1968, ref. 168018, circular silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 564 24 jewel movement, no. 26310222. black leather strap, 35mm £300-500

4. Omega Constellation Chronometer automatic 18ct gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1966, ref. 1685004, circular silvered dial with applied baton markers, dauphine hands, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 561 24 jewel movement adjusted five positions, no. 24501393, tan leather strap with Omega gold plated buckle, 36mm *Original Omega box, certificate, booklet and a recent service invoice dated June 2017 from Simon Freese Watchmakers Please note: the certificate is for watch number 24501399 and the watch movement is in fact 24501393 - so therefore six digits out and this was probably an error made by Omega at the time of purchase. £1200-1600 5. Rare Omega Ranchero 30mm pink gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1958/59, ref. 2990-1, signed silvered dial with Arabic quarter numerals, applied baton markers, dauphine hands with subsidiary seconds, cal. 267 17 jewel movement, no. 16939863, modern tan leather strap, 36mm £2200-2800

6. Omega Geneve stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1970, ref. 136.041, the circular silvered dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 613 17 jewel movement, no. 31712765, modern black leather strap, 35mm £140-180


7. Omega Seamaster Aqua-Terra Co-Axial Chronometer automatic 18ct rose gold and stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 231.20.42.21.06.001, circa 2008, no. 84912411, black dial with dagger markers, outer minute markers with five minute divisions, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, screw-down crown, cal. 8500 movement with exhibition case back, 42mm *Box with outer cardboard cover, Pictogram card, operating instructions booklet £3200-3500

8. Fine Omega Constellation Chronometer automatic 18ct gentleman's bracelet watch, circa 1966, ref. 168004/14, champagne pie-pan dial with black baton markers, sweep centre seconds, dauphine hands and date aperture, cal. 561 24 jewel movement, no. 24489272, original bracelet 119.5gm approx, 36mm *with Omega box and related papers £2000-3000

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9. Omega 1940s stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch head, ref. 2165, signed dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 15 jewel movement, no. 10097875, 31mm (at fault, no strap) £50-80

10. Fine Omega DeVille Chronometer Co-Axial limited Edition 18ct rose gold gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1999, ref. 59318123, no. 975/999, black pie-pan dial with applied gold Roman numerals and baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, original black leather strap with folding 18ct clasp, 39mm The first generation movement on this watch was exchanged by Omega in 2012 following a courtesy recall for product generation, the new serial number is engraved to the horn at the 7 position, no. 81777xxx. Included is the accompanying letter from Omega detailing the alteration. *In excellent unworn condition, purchased new by the present owner in 2000 from Mallory of Bath, complete with all related papers, certificates and box £3000-5000

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11. Omega 9ct gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1944, hallmarked Birmingham 1947, circular silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals, outer dot minute markers, gilt hands and subsidiary seconds, cal. 30 T2 PC 15 jewel movement, no. 10961607, Dennison case, 33mm (lacking strap) £150-250

12. Omega automatic gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1978, ref. 1660209, the champagne dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and day/date apertures, movement no. 41867165, black strap with Omega buckle, 35mm *In fine condition, practically unworn with original box and related papers purchased originally in 1982 £300-500

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16. Omega Seamaster automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, circa 1956, ref. 2802-6 SC, circular black dial with gilt quarter Arabic numerals and baton markers, dauphine hands and sweep centre seconds, cal. 471 20 jewel movement, no. 15516923, Omega crown, later expanding bracelet, 33mm *Omega green box £200-300

17. Omega Geneve Chronostop stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, circa 1969, ref. 146.010, circular grey dial with orange centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 920 17 jewel movement, no. 28458889, expanding bracelet, 35mm £200-300 18

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13. Rare Omega Marine stainless steel wristwatch, circa 1935, the first industrially produced waterproof watch, case ref. 9268128, signed silvered dial with Arabic numerals, cal. 19.4 T2 15 jewel movement, no. 8591106, signed Patent two-part waterproof case with a clip case back, expanding later bracelet, 34mm x 24mm £1200-1800 14. Omega Constellation Chronometer 18ct automatic gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1969, circular silvered dial with baton markers, date aperture, dauphine hands and sweep centre seconds, signed cal. 565 24 jewel movement, no. 28707997, Omega crown, modern burgundy lizard strap, 34mm £1200-1500

15. Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Co-Axial chronometer stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 2007, ref. 168 1651, rotating bezel, the black dial with Arabic quarter numerals, luminous baton markers with sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 2500 movement, no. 81905795, original rubber band, 42mm £1400-1800 6

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18. Omega Seamaster Professional automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, circa 1999, ref. 168 1603, blue bezel and dial with date aperture, cal. 1120 movement, serial no. 60135055, 44mm £1000-1400 19. Omega Quartz gold plated gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1984, ref. 196 0260, circular silvered dial with printed company logo, baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1420 movement, inscribed presentation back, modern black leather strap, 34mm £120-160

20. Omega Speedmaster Professional Mark II chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1974, ref. 145014, with internal tachymeter bezel, the black dial with chronograph centre seconds and triple subsidiary dials, cal. 861 17 jewel movement, no. 32211876, replacement black leather strap, 42mm *with original Omega box, International Guarantee dated 1974 and the original 1162 bracelet £1400-1800


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21. Omega Seamaster Electronic f300Hz Chronometer gold plated gentleman's bracelet watch, the gilt dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, Omega bracelet, 36mm (at fault) £140-180

22. Omega Seamaster automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1959, ref. 2991, circular silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and dauphine hands, cal. 571 24 jewel movement, no. 17135930, later brown leather strap, 31mm £300-400 23. Omega DeVille 18ct lady's bracelet watch, ref. 8263, circa 1970, champagne dial with baton markers, cal. 620 17 jewel movement, no. 32407406, integral bracelet, 69gm, 25mm £1100-1300

24. Omega Constellation Chronometer automatic 18ct gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1966, ref. 1685416, silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 561 24 jewel movement, no. 23856302, tan leather strap, 34mm £800-1200 25. Omega Speedmaster Professional 'pre-moon' chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1971, ref. 145022-69, black tachymeter bezel, the black dial with chronograph centre seconds and triple subsidiary dials with luminous baton markers, cal. 861 17 jewel movement, no. 31311940, modern black leather strap, 42mm

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26. Omega Geneve stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1969, ref. 131.018SP, circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute markers and centre seconds, cal. 601 17 jewel adjusted two positions movement, no. 28129567, black leather strap, 31mm £100-150 27. Omega bi-colour gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 196.0316, 396.1016, circular silvered dial with Roman numerals, baton markers, outer minute track and date aperture at the six position, quartz, 32mm £150-200 28. Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Co-Axial stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, circa 2007, ref. 2503.58, blue dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, exhibition back with cal. 2500 movement, no. 80752782, 40mm £1200-1400

29. Omega Seamaster Railmaster Aqua Terra Co-Axial Chronometer 150m/500ft automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, circa 2006, circular black dial with luminous dagger markers and quarter Arabic numerals, luminous hands, sweep centre seconds, cal. 2403, 27 jewel automatic co-axial chronometer movement adjusted to five positions and temperature, no. 80654246, exhibition case back, Omega screw-down crown, Omega bracelet and clasp, 42mm £800-1200

*with Omega box, International Guarantee booklet and a service receipt dated July 2017 £4000-6000

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32. Omega DeVille Quartz 18ct gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1976, ref. 1910045, the square champagne dial with baton markers, modern brown leather strap, 31mm £450-550

33. Rare Omega Seamaster 300 automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, circa 1967, ref. 165.024, circular black dial with quarter Arabic numerals, baton markers, sweep centre seconds, rotating black bezel with minute markers and Arabic ten minute divisions, cal. 552 24 jewel movement no. 25608501, Omega crown, Omega bracelet and clasp, 42mm £1500-2500

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30. Omega Constellation Chronometer Deluxe automatic 18ct gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1958, ref. 2853, the gold pie-pan dial with applied dart markers, dauphine hands with sweep centre seconds, cal. 505 24 jewel movement, no. 16031734, case no. 309.444, Omega black leather strap with plated buckle, 35mm *with Omega Constellation box and Extract of the Archives certificate dated 8th June 2017 £2500-3000

31. Omega Seamaster automatic oversized gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1952, ref. 2494, the black waffle dial with Arabic quarter numerals, dauphine baton markers and hands with subsidiary seconds, cal. 344 17 jewel 'bumper' movement, no. 13457807, modern strap, 37mm £500-700

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34. Omega split seconds large steel cased pocket watch, circa 1954, 65mm £300-400

35. Omega Seamaster America's Cup limited Edition Professional Chronometer automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 2533.50.00, circa 1999, no. 60488895, circular black dial with luminous baton markers, minute markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, rotating bezel, screw-down crown, limited edition 2739/9999, 44mm

*Original box, unstamped International Warranty card, Chronometer Warranty booklet, Chronometer booklet, Operating Instructions, spare link £1200-1600

36. Omega Constellation Chronometer 18ct gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 1431, case no. 2980018, circular champagne dial with Roman numerals, outer minute markers, date aperture and centre seconds, black bezel, 103.9gm, quartz, 34mm £2800-3200


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37. Omega Geneve automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1972, ref. 1660098, circular silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1481 movement, no. 34720987, modern black leather strap, 35mm £200-300

38. Omega Speedmaster automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, circa 1999, black dial with triple subsidiary dials and date aperture, 39mm £1000-1200

39. Omega DeVille stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1975/76, ref. 111.0131, oval silvered dial with Roman numerals, cal. 625 17 jewel movement, no. 39244822, black strap, 29mm; also an Omega Quartz wristwatch (at fault) (2) £80-120 40. Omega Seamaster De Ville automatic gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circular silvered dial with baton markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, 34mm (lacking strap) £100-200 41. Omega Constellation Chronometer automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, circa 1968, ref. 157 0002, silvered dial with baton markers, cal. 712 24 jewel movement, no. 26516763, Omega bracelet, 35mm *later box £400-600

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42. Omega Triple Date Moon Phase stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1950, ref. 2471-7, the black dial with Arabic quarter numerals, baton markers, day/date apertures over the moon phase with constant seconds, cal. 381 17 jewel movement, no. 12591880, later black strap, 34mm (dial restored) £1200-1600

43. Good Omega 18ct chronograph gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1940s, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals, baton markers, chronograph centre seconds with subsidiary thirty minute recording dial and constant seconds, cal. 333 17 jewel movement, no. 9388001, case no. 9174411, later tan leather strap, 38mm £2500-3500

44. Omega Megasonic 720Hz Constellation Chronometer stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 198.0047, circular silvered dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1220 movement no. 34936438, integral bracelet, 36mm (at fault) £120-180 45. Omega Constellation stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 12310356002001, silvered dial with date aperture, quartz, no. 91911008, 37mm

*purchased from the Omega Boutique, London 15th April 2014, with box and related cards £400-600 46. NO lOT 47. NO lOT

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49. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 5513, circa 1965/66, serial no. 1410xxx, black bezel, metres first black dial with gilt text marked '200m= 660ft Submariner', with dot and baton markers, Mercedes hands and sweep centre seconds, cal. 1520 movement, the inside case back dated 'IV.65', Oyster bracelet dated 'I.71', bezel 40mm diameter £10000-12000

ROLEX

48. Rolex Cosmograph Daytona dial, with Arabic numerals and triple subsidiary dials (lacking the two numeral) £100-200 49. See inset

50. Rolex Oyster-Perpetual stainless steel lady's bracelet watch, ref. 6618/6623, serial no. 86xxxx, silvered dial with baton markers and sweep centre seconds, cal. 1130 26 jewel adj. five positions and temperature movement, signed case dated II.61 and numbered 6623, 25mm (lacking bracelet) £300-500

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51. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date stainless steel lady's bracelet watch, ref. 6517, circa 1962, serial no. 899xxx, gold bezel, silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1130 26 jewel movement, the inside case back dated '1.63' presentation inscribed back, Oyster bracelet, 25mm £500-800 52. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Deepsea Sea-Dweller stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 116660, circa 2015, serial no. 749Kxxxx, ceramic bezel 43mm diameter

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54. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Chronometer stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 6534, circa 1957, serial no. 2277xxx, restored silvered dial with applied baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1030 movement, the inside case back date '57', jubilee bracelet, 35mm £1400-1800 55. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Explorer II stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 16570, circa 1994, serial no. W457xxx, black dial, tan leather strap, 42mm £2400-2800

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56. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner (metres first) stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 5513, circa 1968/69, serial no. 2346xxx, black rotating bezel, metres first matt black dial marked '200m = 660ft Submariner', with dot and baton markers, sweep centre seconds and Mercedes hands, cal. 1520 movement, the inside case back dated 'II.68', modern black NATO type band, bezel 40mm diameter (stem at fault) £6000-8000 57. Rolex Oyster Perpetual mid-size stainless steel bracelet watch, ref. 6748, circa 1977, serial no. 5122xxx, silvered dial with baton markers and centre seconds, cal. 2030 movement, Oyster 78350 bracelet, 30mm (replacement crown) £600-800

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58. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air-King stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 5500, circa 1969, serial no. 1903xxx, the grey dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds, cal. 1520 26 jewel movement, the inside case back dated '111.68', original Oyster riveted bracelet, 34mm

61. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day-Date Superlative Chronometer 18ct gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 18038, circa 1981, serial no. 701xxxx, textured gold dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and datedate apertures, president bracelet, 36mm

59. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Chronometer stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 6534, circa 1957, serial no. 247xxx, the silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds, dauphine hands and roulette date, cal. 1035 movement, the inside case back dated 'I.57', riveted Oyster bracelet dated 'I.66', 35mm £2000-2500

62. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Superlative Chronometer 18ct gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 1003/1005, circa 1971, serial no. 3039xxx, milled bezel, silvered dial with baton markers and sweep centre seconds, cal. 1570 movement, no. 255174, after-market tan leather strap, 34mm £1200-1800

*with the original box and receipts from the Northern Goldsmiths Company Limited dated 28th June 1969 £1400-1800

60. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Milgauss stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 116400GV, circa 2009, serial no. V385xxx, 40mm

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63. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust Superlative Chronometer 18ct gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 16018, circa 1977, serial no. 5042xxx, milled bezel, white Roman numeral dial with sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 3035 movement, inner case ref. 16000, jubilee bracelet, 36mm *In clean serviced condition with box, booklet and tag £3000-5000

64. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust 18ct lady's bracelet watch, circa 1982, ref. 6917, serial no. 712xxxx, champagne dial with diamond hour markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, fluted bezel, screw-down crown, cal. 2030 28 jewel movement, 26mm £3000-4000

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65. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date stainless steel and gold gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 1500, circa 1960, serial no. 6xxxxx, circular silvered dial with gilt baton markers and hands, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, gold bezel and screw-down crown, 26 jewel cal. 1570, adjusted positions and temperature movement, no. D43705, signed inside case and numbered 1500, Oyster 7835 bracelet, 34mm *Rolex box with outer Rolex Oyster cardboard cover. £1000-1500

66. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust gold and stainless steel gentlemen's bracelet watch, ref. 16013, circa 1984, serial no. 829xxxx, circular silvered dial with black inlaid gilt baton markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, gold fluted bezel and screw-down crown, Jubilee gold and stainless steel bracelet, 36mm

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*Rolex box, ref. 11.00.01, with outer cardboard cover (damage), section of the Rolex guarantee (torn), Goldsmiths service guarantee and receipt dated 9/8/95. £3500-4500

*Rolex box, ref. 67.00.03 with outer Rolex Oyster cardboard cover, guarantee stamped Mappin & Webb Ltd, Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London, dated 22 Jun 1984, Rolex booklets. £1400-1800

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70. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Superlative Chronometer gold capped stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 6634, circa 1959, serial no. 434xxx, silvered dial with baton markers and sweep centre seconds, cal. 1560 25 jewel movement, black strap, 34mm £1000-1500 71. Rolex silver trench watch, import hallmarks for London 1923, silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 15 jewels, the circular case with swing lugs, ref. 827, black strap, 34mm (lacking glass, minute and second hand) £100-200

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69. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Superlative Chronometer rose gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 1024, silvered dial with baton markers and sweep centre seconds, cal. 1560 movement, later brown strap, 34mm £1200-1800

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72. Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master 1675 gloss black dial, with dot and baton hour markers and date aperture, 27.5mm £700-900 73. Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master 1675 black dial, with dot and baton hour markers and date aperture, 27.5mm £250-350

74. Rolex 1930s 9ct rectangular curved gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 2417, import hallmarks for Glasgow 1936, serial no. 29632, the silvered dial with baton markers and subsidiary seconds, 17 jewel adjusted to two position movement, stepped rectangular case, modern green leather strap, 23mm x 38mm approx £2200-2800 75. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air-King Date Precision stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 5700, circa 1968, serial no. 1948xxx, silvered circular dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1520 movement, the inside case back dated IV.68, modern leather strap, 34mm £1600-1800


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76. Rolex Oyster Imperial Chronometer mid-size wristwatch, case ref. 2574, circa 1940s, no. 38241, the dial with applied Arabic quarter numerals, subsidiary seconds branded 'Coombes Company Ltd, London and Rangoon', ultra Prima Chronometer 18 jewel timed six position movement, the case with screw back and fixed bar lugs, modern striped band, 29mm £1600-1800

77. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona gold and stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 16523, circa 1996, serial no. T60xxxx, white dial with baton markers, subsidiary dials recording hours, minutes and constant seconds, chronograph sweep centre seconds, engraved gold calibrate bezel, Triplock crown with crown guards and screw-down push buttons, cal. 4030 31 jewel adjusted five positions and temperature movement, no. 133027, case back signed and numbered 16500, Oyster 78393 / 403 bracelet, 42mm *Original Rolex Daytona presentation box, ref. 69.00.09 with outer cardboard cover, Rolex wallet, Daytona booklet, tags, spare link, guarantee dated 19.12.96, original receipt dated 19.12.96, Goldsmiths insurance valuation. £5000-8000

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78. Tudor 9ct cushion cased gentleman's wristwatch, Birmingham 1953, silvered honeycomb dial with applied markers and centre seconds, 15 jewel movement, Dennison case, no. 5808196, leather strap, 29mm (at fault) £100-150 79. Tudor Prince Oysterdate 34 Rotor Self-Winding stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 7914, circa 1950s, circular honeycomb dial with raised quarter Arabic numerals and dagger baton markers, outer minute markers, date aperture with roulette date wheel, dauphine hands and blued steel sweep centre seconds, screw-down crown, 17 jewel movement with butterfly rotor signed Tudor AutoPrince, modern black leather strap, 35mm £400-600

80. Tudor 9ct gentleman's wristwatch, Edinburgh 1960, circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and luminous hands, 15 jewel movement signed Tudor, inside case back marked Rolex and numbered 18509, Rolex crown, 32mm (lacking strap) £150-250

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83. Tudor Oyster Royal stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 7934, circa 1965, serial no. 476xxx, circular silvered dial with baton markers, centre seconds, 17 jewel movement, modern black leather strap, 34mm £380-420 84. Tudor Oyster Prince 'Jumbo' Day-Date Rotor Self-Winding stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref.7017, circa 1974, serial no. 693xxx, silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and day/date apertures, later black strap, 38mm *with original Tudor box and papers, recently serviced in January 2018 £1650-1850 86 81. Rare Tudor Oyster Prince 'Snowflake' Submariner stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 9401/0, circa 1976, serial no 846xxx, rotating bezel, black dial with luminous markers, 'snowflake' hands and centre seconds, cal. 2776 25 jewel automatic movement, Oyster 7836 bracelet, bezel 40mm diameter £3000-5000 82. Tudor Oyster Prince Rotor Self-Winding stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1985, ref. 7909, serial no. 146373, circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, baton markers, luminous dauphine hands and black centre seconds, signed 17 jewel movement marked Tudor Oyster Prince to the 'butterfly' rotor, screw-down crown, 34mm (lacking strap, at fault) £150-250

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85. Tudor Oyster Prince Day-Date Rotor Self-Winding stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 94500, circa 1984, serial no. 995xxx, black dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and day/date apertures, Auto-Prince 25 jewel movement, modern grey leather strap, 36mm *recently serviced in January 2018 £1200-1600

86. Tudor Prince Oysterdate 'Jumbo' Rotor Self-Winding stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 7024, circa 1971, serial no. 767xxx, the grey dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, Auto-Prince 25 jewel movement, modern strap, 38mm *recently serviced £1400-1800

87. Tudor Oyster stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 7992, circa 1969, serial no. 720xxx, blue dial with baton markers and centre seconds, modern leather strap, 35mm £450-550


88. Rare and interesting Tudor Oyster-Prince Military Submariner Rotor Self-Winding stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch of US Naval interest, ref. 7928/0, circa 1967, serial no. 597xxx, rotating black bezel, the black 'T Swiss T' dial with luminous markers, Mercedes hands and sweep centre seconds, marked 'Submariner 200m=660ft', Auto-Prince 17 jewel movement, the inside screw back dated 'II.67', engraved 'u.S NSWG-2 020 FEB.68', 43mm Provenance - German private collector. Accompanied with a signed letter from renowned engraver Charles R. Scarr who examined the case back and concluded that it was engraved using a pantograph and that in his opinion the Navy Seal inscription was very likely engraved at the point of issue to the U.S. Navy in 1968 (this letter can be made available upon request). NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE GROUP (Navy Seals)

President John F. Kennedy, aware of the situation in Southeast Asia, recognised the need for unconventional warfare and special operations as a measure against guerrilla warfare.

In March 1961, Admiral Arleigh Burke, the Chief of Naval Operations, recommended the establishment of guerrilla and counter-guerrilla units. These units would be able to operate from sea, air or land. This was the beginning of the Navy SEALs.

The ďŹ rst two teams were formed in January 1962 and stationed on both US coasts: Team ONE at Naval Amphibious Base Coronado, in San Diego, California and Team TWO at Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek, in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Formed entirely with personnel from UDTs, the SEALs mission was to conduct counter guerilla warfare and clandestine operations in maritime and riverine environments. ÂŁ6000-10000

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89. Patek Philippe 18ct pink gold gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 2496, circa 1957, the silvered hobnail pattern square dial with applied gold baton markers and subsidiary seconds, cal. 10-200 manual wind movement, no. 747.461, case ref. 516233, modern Patek Philippe black strap, 26mm *with Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives certificate confirming date of sale December 23rd 1957 £5000-7000

90. Patek Philippe 18ct rectangular hooded gentleman's wristwatch, case no. 643885, the silvered dial with Arabic quarter numerals, applied gold baton markers and subsidiary seconds, 18 jewel adjusted five position movement, no. 839185, rectangular case with hooded lugs, modern tan leather Patek Philippe strap, 23mm x 38mm £5000-7000

91. Patek Philippe 18ct rectangular gentleman's wristwatch, case no. 616049, the silvered dial with applied Arabic numerals, gold baton markers and subsidiary seconds, movement no. 832018, curved case with a modern tan Patek Philippe leather strap with an 18k buckle, 20mm x 38mm £4500-5500

92. Patek Philippe 'IOS Million Dollar Associate' Calatrava 18ct automatic gentleman's bracelet watch, the circular gilded dial with Roman numerals and date aperture, the back inscribed 'IOS Million Dollar Associate', with integral bracelet, calibre 27 460M 37 jewel movement, no. 1117466, 86gm, 35mm *with Patek Philippe guarantee certificate £5000-7000 18

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93. Patek Philippe & Co. Geneve 18ct square cased lady's bracelet watch, ref. 3285/32, no. 2632862, circa 1960s, square gilt dial with gilt Arabic twelve and baton markers, 20 jewel adjusted five positions to heat cold isochronism movement, no. 997189, integral 18ct bracelet, 16mm £1400-1800


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94. Cartier Panthere 18ct and stainless steel lady's bracelet watch, ref. 1839640, no. 19623, the circular dial with Roman numerals, centre seconds and date aperture, sapphire cabouchon crown, quartz, 30mm (bracelet at fault) £400-600

95. Cartier Santos automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, case no. 296025196, square white dial with Roman numerals, inner minute track, date aperture, centre seconds and blued steel hands, secret signature at the seven position, cabouchon crown with quick set date, 32mm £800-1000 96. Cartier 21 Chronoscaph stainless steel lady's wristwatch, case no. 127902PL, circular silvered patterned dial with baton markers, inner bezel with minute markers and five minute divisions, date aperture at the four position, subsidiary hour, minute and constant seconds dials, chronograph centre seconds and luminous hands, diamond set bezel, screw-down crown, white rubber strap, quartz, 38mm £650-750 97. Cartier Tank Francaise Chronoflex gentleman's diamond set stainless steel bracelet watch, ref. 2303, no. BB26414, rectangular silvered dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track, subsidiary hour, minute and date dials, blued steel hands and chronograph centre seconds, secret signature at the ten position, cabouchon crown, diamond set case, quartz, 36mm x 28mm *two spare links £1400-1800

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98. Rare Breitling Top Time large triple chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 810, circa 1966, the reverse 'panda' black dial with chronograph centre seconds, triple subsidiary dials for hour recording, thirty minute recording and constant seconds, Venus 178 manual wind 17 jewel movement, case serial no. 1080xxx, later rubber band, 38mm *One owner from new, purchased from Watches of Switzerland in Cardiff 1966 for £45 £2000-3000 99. Breitling Aerospace Advantage titanium gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. E79362, serial no. 845112, quartz multi-function, 42mm *new/old stock, with service box and tag £500-800

99A. Breitling Top Time 'Racing' dial chronograph stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 2211, circa 1970, no. 1346781, Valjoux 7733 movement, square cushion case, later bracelet, 38mm £1000-1500 GARDINER HOuLGATE

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100. Tag Heuer link automatic chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, tachymeter bezel, grey dial with triple subsidiary dials, chronograph centre seconds and date aperture, NATO Military type band, 43mm £500-700

101. Heuer Carrera Re-Edition chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch (sixth generation), ref. CS3113, no. 13933, circa 2001, the black dial with chronograph centre seconds, baton markers and triple subsidiary dials, black leather strap, 35mm *with original box, instructions and guarantee £1400-1800

102. Tag Heuer Formula 1 Calibre 16 chronograph automatic gentleman's wristwatch, ref. cau2012, serial no. RuG6265, black dial with internal orange chapter, chronograph centre seconds, triple subsidiary dials and date aperture, rubber band, bezel 44mm *As new condition with Tag Heuer box, purchased from Fraser Hart £500-800

103. Heuer Autavia 'Transitional' chronograph stainless steel case and dial, ref. 2446, no. 83327, the black dial with baton markers, outer minute markers, silvered subsidiary dials for hours, minutes and seconds, the case with rotating bezel, chronograph push buttons at the two and four position, signed screw back with engraved initials, inside case signed 'Heuer-Leonidas SA', 39mm (lacking crown) (2) £5000-6000

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104. Tag Heuer Formula 1 Professional 200m Quartz mid-size stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 374.513, black dial, Tag Heuer black rubber strap, quartz, 37mm £100-150 105. Tag Heuer Formula 1 Chronograph 200m stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 571.513T, black dial, Tag Heuer bracelet, 39mm £140-180 106. Tag Heuer Chronograph 1/10th Professional 200m stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. CA1215, red dial with subsidiary black/blue dials, quartz, Tag Heuer black rubber band, 40mm

*Tag Heuer box with outer cardboard cover, guarantee booklet and card dated Aug '97, instructions booklet £150-250

107. Tag Heuer 200m automatic chronograph stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, silvered dial with centre seconds, date aperture and triple subsidiary dials, signed 25 jewel movement, 41mm £250-350

108. Tag Heuer Kirium mid-size chronograph stainless steel bracelet watch, ref. CL1211, blue dial, quartz, 37mm £100-150


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109. longines Conquest automatic 18ct gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1957, case ref. 9001 22 993, circular silvered dial with applied baton markers, sweep centre seconds and dauphine hands, 19AS 19 jewel movement, no.10408520, the screw back with Longines blue enamel emblem, modern tan leather strap, 35mm £1000-1400 110. longines legend Diver automatic stainless steel gentleman's watch, ref. L3.674.4, circa 2015, serial no. 3874xxxx, original fabric strap, 42mm

*With the original presentation boxes, instruction booklet and International Warranty dated 13/02/2015 £750-950

111. longines automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, circular silvered dial with quarter Arabic numerals, baton markers, outer minute markers and sweep centre seconds, signed cal. 22 A.S. 18 jewel movement, signed case, no. 6248-1, 402, later expanding bracelet, 35mm £100-150 112. longines stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. L3 612 4, silvered dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, quartz, no. 28203739, 39mm *With Longines box and booklet £100-200

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113. longines Flagship Heritage automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. L4.795.4, circa 2017, silvered dial with baton markers, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, cal. L615 movement, alligator strap, 39mm *With box and booklet and guarantee card £300-500

114. longines Saint-Imier Collection automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. L2.766.4, circa 2017, black dial with Arabic 12, luminous baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. L619.2 21 jewel movement with exhibition back, 41mm

*As new condition with box, booklet and International Warranty card dated May 2017 £300-500 115. longines Flagship automatic 9ct gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 3418, circa 1965, circular silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 345 movement, integral Milanese bracelet, 68.7gm, 35mm *Recently serviced in December 2017 to include a new mainspring, replacement glass and overhaul £600-800

116. longines stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1968, silvered dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 295 17 jewel movement, no. 14743669, expanding bracelet, 35mm (at fault) *with Longines box £60-100

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117. Jaeger leCoultre mid-size stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, case no. 514779, circular silvered dial with gilt quarter Arabic numerals and baton markers, outer minute markers and subsidiary seconds, signed movement, signed case back, modern brown leather strap, 32mm £200-300

118. Jaeger leCoultre Reverso Gran Sport automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 290.8.60, no. 1970444, rectangular black dial with Arabic numerals, inner minute markers, date aperture at the six position and sweep centre seconds with arrow pointer, screw-down crown, black rubber band, 43mm x 27mm *Jaeger-Le Coultre box with outer cardboard cover, certificate of guarantee stamped Salloways Ltd, Bore Street, Lichfield and dated 07.08.07, purchase receipt dated 07/08/07, service certificate dated 9 Oct 2007, guarantee and warranty booklet, instructions booklet £1500-2500 119. Jaeger leCoultre 18k gentleman's wristwatch, import hallmark for London 1956, later adapted with a quartz movement, gold plated bracelet, signed gilt dial, 29mm

*the original movement requiring repair is sold with this lot, no. 285492 £150-250

120. International Watch Co. (IWC) 18ct gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1920s, the tonneau gilded dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and moon hand, the movement with Stauffer & Co trademark and signed Peerless, no. 763787, tonneau case with wire-lug, case ref. 318772, leather strap, 30mm £800-1200

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121. International Watch Co. (IWC) Ingenieur automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 3227, circa 2010, black dial with Arabic twelve and six, baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, 28 jewel movement, serial no. 3103904, 42mm *Fine condition with booklet and spare bracelet link £1000-2000

122. International Watch Co. (IWC) 18ct gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1950s, silvered dial with Arabic quarter numerals, baton markers and centre seconds, C89 signed movement, case no. 12287972, leather strap, 37mm *modern box £1400-1800


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VACHERON & CONSTANTIN 123. Vacheron & Constantin 18ct white gold slim gentleman's dress wristwatch, circa 1970s, plain brushed silvered signed dial with dauphine hands, K1014 17 jewel movement, no. 669570, case ref. 500436, black strap, 34mm *modern box £1200-1500

124. Vacheron Constantin Geneve 18k automatic gentleman's wristwatch, circular silvered dial with gilt baton markers, gilt dauphine hands, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, cal. K1072/1 29 jewel movement, adjusted to heat, cold, isochronism and five positions, no. 582555, case no. 415511, modern brown leather strap, 35mm *Brown leather box £1200-1600

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125. Seiko chronograph automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 6139-6001, no. 111205, dark blue circular dial with baton markers, inner bezel with ten minute divisions, day/date apertures, subsidiary thirty minute recording dial and red centre chronograph seconds, marked 'Water Resist 70m' at the nine position, cal. 6139A 17 jewel movement, Pepsi bezel, Seiko bracelet, 41mm *Seiko box with outer cardboard sleeve £300-500

126. Seiko Speed-Timer Sports chronograph automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 6139-6002, no. 932249, circular dial with baton markers, inner grey bezel with ten minute divisions, day/date apertures, subsidiary thirty minute recording dial and red chronograph centre seconds, marked 'Water Proof 70' at the nine position, signed cal. 6139B 17 jewel movement, Pepsi bezel, Seiko bracelet, 41mm *Seiko box with outer cardboard sleeve £300-500 127. Seiko chronograph automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 6139-6002, no. 752326, circular grey dial with baton markers, inner white bezel with ten minute divisions, day/date apertures, thirty minute recording dial and red chronograph centre seconds, Pepsi bezel, signed cal. 6139B 17 jewel movement, Seiko bracelet, 41mm *Seiko box with outer cardboard sleeve £300-500

128. Seiko 'Turtle' automatic stainless steel diver's wristwatch, ref. 61058000, circa 1970, rotating bezel, black dial with luminous markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, tonneau case with fixed bar lugs, NATO type band, 42mm £400-600

129. Seiko TV digital stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. T0015019, no. 323581, the square dial with dual digital display, quartz, 49mm x 40mm *Seiko box with outer cardboard sleeve £80-120 GARDINER HOuLGATE

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130. Zenith 9ct gentleman's wristwatch, London 1964, silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 17 jewel movement, the case back with presentation inscription, expand bracelet, 34mm £100-150 131. Zenith El Primero chronograph automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 01-0200-415, internal tachymeter bezel, the blue dial with chronograph centre seconds, triple subsidiary dials and date aperture, 3019 PHC 31 jewel movement, 42mm £1800-2200 132. Zenith Pilot Type 20 Extra Special automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 03.2430.3000, black dial with luminous white numerals, sweep centre seconds, calibre 3000 movement, the case numbered 'HB-0103 with emblem back, serial no. 244545, original leather strap with pin buckle, 46mm *Fine condition with box and booklet £1000-1500

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133. Fine Corum Rolls Royce 18k white gold gentleman's wristwatch, Patent, no. 500789, 1992, the silvered patterned dial and radiator grille case with an exhibition back and signed fancy gilt movement, no. 501743, Corum black leather strap, 30mm *with presentation box and guarantee certificate dated 04/92 £3400-3800

134. Corum Bubble Jolly Roger The Collector Series limited Edition automatic chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 285.140.20, no. 783582, limited edition 041/500, 45mm *Corum box with outer cardboard cover, international warranty and operating instructions booklet, wallet £1400-1800

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135. Universal Geneve 18ct slim gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 18201-1, circa 1964, silver silvered dial with applied batons markers, cal. 820 17 jewel movement, serial no. 2321848, black strap with universal buckle, 33mm £500-800 136. Universal gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, case no. 48803 1, 1938370, circular silvered dial with baton markers, cal. 800 17 jewel movement, modern tan leather strap, 31mm £120-160 137. Ulysse Nardin Marine automatic chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 513-22, no. 0119, circular black dial with Arabic numerals and luminous hour markers, separate day and date apertures, subsidiary hour and thirty minute dials with red hands, chronograph centre seconds with red pointer, outer tachymeter scale, screw-down crown and screw-down push buttons, Gold Medal inscription to the case back, original blue leather strap, 40mm £1000-1500 138. Ulysse Nardin 36000 automatic chronometer stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, the oval silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, integral bracelet, 36mm £1800-2200

139. E. Gubelin 18ct single button chronograph gentleman's wristwatch, the black dial with baton markers, chronograph centre seconds and twin subsidiary dials for thirty minute recording and constant seconds, case ref. 32987, leather strap, 34mm £2200-2800

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140. Rotary 9ct automatic gentleman's wristwatch, London 1969, circular silvered dial with baton markers, date aperture at the six position and sweep centre seconds, 21 jewel movement, modern brown leather strap, 31.1gm, 34mm £80-120

141. Rotary automatic 9ct gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1970s, gilded dial with baton markers and sweep centre seconds, 41 jewels, black strap, 34mm *with original Rotary box £120-160

142. 1920s platinum and diamond set cocktail watch, the rectangular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track and blued steel hands, 15 jewel movement, hinged diamond set case with engraved band, cord strap with platinum and diamond set lugs, 30mm x 10mm £300-400 143. Waltham automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, case no. 27587, the circular silvered dial with baton markers, day/date aperture and sweep centre seconds, signed 25 jewel movement, stainless steel mesh bracelet, 38mm £120-180 144. Steinhart Ocean One automatic stainless steel gentleman's diver bracelet watch, 45mm *as new with original box and tag £150-250

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145. Movado chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the black dial with Arabic numerals and tripe subsidiary dials for hour and sixty minute recording with constant seconds, 17 jewel unadjusted movement, case ref. 95 704 568, modern black leather strap, 35mm £1600-2200 146. Bulova Special Edition lunar Pilot chronograph stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 96B258, serial no. 19810675, 262 khz frequency, 45mm

*New condition, to commemorate the Apollo 15 mission July 26, 1971 to August 7, 1971, with original boxes and certificate £200-300

147. Bulova automatic gold plated gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1970, circular gilt dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, 21 jewel movement, black leather strap, 35mm (date at fault) £70-90 148. Bulova 14k white gold diamond set lady's cocktail watch, circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, baton markers and outer minute track, signed cal. 7AL, 17 jewel movement, case no. 65490, white leather strap, 18mm £100-150

149. Cyma Divingstar Autorotor stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 2-2276-6, circular black dial with baton markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, rotating bezel, signed cal. R485.2 27 jewel movement, Novafix bracelet, 37mm £150-250 150. Fortis automatic chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 904.21.173, no. 1409, the large silvered dial with Arabic quarter numerals, dot markers, chronograph centre seconds and triple subsidiary dials, 47 jewel movement with exhibition back, tan leather strap, 42mm *In fine condition with box and International Warranty card £1000-1200 26

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151. Accurist 9ct gentleman's wristwatch, London 1966, circular silvered dial with baton markers, date aperture and subsidiary seconds, 21 jewel movement, brown leather strap, 29.2gm, 32mm £80-120

152. Vintage Enicar Sherpa Star automatic stainless steel bracelet watch, ref. 144-49-01, no. 870446, circular silvered dial with baton markers, date aperture at the twelve position and sweep centre seconds, textured case, 35.5mm £50-80

153. Rare Doxa 'Jump Seconds' stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 15001, no. 5635190, circular silvered dial with baton markers, outer dot minute markers and centre seconds, 21 jewel deadbeat seconds movement signed Doxa SA, modern tan leather strap, 35mm. £200-300 154. leonidas Triple Date Calendar stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute markers with five minute divisions, day and month apertures at the twelve position, outer date chapter with red indicator, moon phase at the six position and red sweep centre seconds, day, month and date adjustment buttons to the case at the two, four and ten positions, case no. 754365, modern black leather strap with stainless steel clasp, 36mm £300-500 155. Concord Chronometre Impresario 18ct automatic chronograph gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 52.G9.211, silvered dial with Arabic twelve, baton markers, chronograph centre seconds, triple subsidiary dials with date apertures, Zenith cal. 411 31 jewel movement, exhibition back, case no. 1O56418, black leather strap with 18k buckle, 39mm £2500-3000


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156. Sekonda chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the circular black dial with baton and dot markers, subsidiary minute and constant seconds dials, chronograph centre seconds, inner telemeter and outer tachymeter scales, cal. 3017 19 jewel movement no. 17244, black NATO style strap, 36mm £150-250

157. Zodiac autographic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 672, no. 375588, circular silvered dial with gilt Arabic twelve, baton markers and inner dot minute markers, sweep centre seconds, power reserve indicator to the centre calibrated 0-36 hours, signed cal. 1424 17 jewel unadjusted automatic movement, modern black leather strap, 33mm £80-120 158. Dubey & Schaldenbrand flyback chronograph automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, milled bezel, the black dial with Arabic luminous numerals, chronograph centre seconds and triple subsidiary dials, black red stitched leather strap, 38mm £800-1000 159. Autodromo Prototipo Chronograph Brian Redman 1969 Edition stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, limited edition 300/500, quartz, leather strap, 43mm *As new with presentation box and booklet £300-500

160. 'IOS Million Dollar Association' 18ct automatic gentleman's dress bracelet watch, the circular gilded dial with applied baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, 21 jewel movement, integral brick link bracelet, 75.1gm approx, 33mm £2200-2600

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161. Suisse chronograph 18k gentleman's wristwatch, the gilded dial with centre seconds, Arabic numerals and twin subsidiary dials, 17 jewels, black strap, 38mm (requires service) £150-250 162. Henry Moser Braille stainless steel wristwatch, leather strap, 31mm £40-80

163. Eterna-Matic 1948 Triple Calendar Moon Phase chronograph automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 8515.41, circa 2003, no. 287, tan leather strap with folding clasp, 39mm *With original box, tag and International Warranty booklet dated 2003 £500-800 164. Tissot Ballade bi-colour gentleman's dress bracelet watch, no. C477/577, quartz, 38mm *With box and booklets £60-100

165. Glycine Airman automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1960s, rotating Arabic twenty-four hour bezel, the black dial with twenty-four hour Arabic chapter ring, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, circular shaped EPSA compressor case with 24 hour rotating bezel for second time zone which can be locked by secondary crown, modern black NATO type band, bezel 36mm diameter £1200-1600

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166 166. Bremont Airco Mach 1 automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, circa 2017, black dial with Arabic numerals, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, exhibition glazed back with 21 jewel movement, serial no. 10736, stainless steel bracelet with folding clasp, 40mm *Purchased from Windsor Bishop June 2017, with original box and leather pouch, booklet and related papers including chronometer certificate. £500-800 167. Panerai luminor Marina 8 Days stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref PAM00563, limited edition 0759/1000, white dial, P5000 21 jewel movement with exhibition back, black rubber band, 50mm including crown guard *New condition with original boxes and booklets, retails for £5600 £1500-2500

168. Casio G-Shock MG-T chronograph alarm black ion plated steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. S1000BD, Tough Solar radio controlled movement, 54mm Black Ion-plated Steel

Read more at http://www.watchshop.com/mens-casio-g-shock-premiummt-g-aged-silver-alarm-chronograph-radio-controlled-watch-mtg-s1000v1aer-p99984381.html#sDRtbJKVEIV5VCR1.99 *With tin box £150-250

169. Citizen Eco-Drive Skyhawk Red Arrows limited edition chronograph alarm stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, no 1967/5000, ref. u680-S107865, circa 2017, 50mm

*As new condition with original presentation box, limited edition certificate booklets and guarantee £120-180

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167 170. Marvin 9ct lady's bracelet watch, 31.6gm, 26mm £150-250

171. Delbana chronograph gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with Arabic twelve and six, dot markers, chronograph centre seconds and twin subsidiary dials, 17 jewels, tan leather strap, 36mm £60-100 172. Franck Muller Geneve Master of Complications Conquistador automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 8002 SC, no. 269, black dial with Arabic numerals, date aperture at the six position and sweep centre seconds with red pointer, after-market diamond set case, screw-down crown, 49mm x 35mm £2800-3200

173. Ebel 18k lichine automatic gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 8964980, no. 84100261, circular green dial with Roman numerals, inner bezel with five minute divisions and triple subsidiary dials for constant seconds, date and power reserve, date button at the two position, green leather strap with 18ct folding clasp, 37mm £1600-1800 174. Doxa 18K chronograph gentleman's wristwatch, case ref 7106 A 18, 1195308, the circular silvered dial with gilt Arabic twelve and six, baton markers, subsidiary minute and constant seconds dials, outer tachymeter scale and blued chronograph centre seconds, the movement signed Doxa S.A., signed case back, modern brown lizard strap, 37mm £600-1000


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175. Girard-Perregaux Gyromatic 9ct gentleman's wristwatch, circular silvered dial with baton markers, outer minute markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, 39 jewel, modern red lizard strap, 34mm £200-300

176. Girard-Perregaux Gyromatic Chronometer HF automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circular silvered dial with baton markers, outer minute markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, 32A571 39 jewel signed movement, signed case, modern black leather strap with GP buckle, 34mm *Girard-Perregaux box, service receipt from Watches of Switzerland dated 23-6-1982 £150-250 177. Emporio Armani Ceramica chronograph gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. AR-1400, no. 111308, quartz, 43mm *with boxes and good condition £60-100

178. Roy King silver gentleman's wristwatch, London 1973, signed silver textured dial, textured silver strap with silver buckle, 34mm £120-180

179. Bucherer marcasite set pendant watch on a link chain, signed dial with baton markers, signed 17 jewel movement, exhibition case back, crown at the six position, 21mm, chain 28'' long approx. *Bucherer box £30-50

174 180. Baume & Mercier Geneve Riviera bi-colour lady's bracelet watch, ref. 5231.3, no. 1780768, circular mother of pearl dial with Roman numerals, date aperture at the six position and centre seconds, screwdown crown, quartz, 25mm £150-250

181. Certina 9ct gentleman's wristwatch, square silvered dial with baton markers and subsidiary seconds, signed cal. 23-20 17 jewel movement, modern black lizard strap, 37mm x 27mm £100-150 182. 9ct wire-lug rectangular cased gentleman's wristwatch, import hallmarks Glasgow 1908, silvered dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, hinged case with presentation inscription, brown leather strap, 21.0gm, 35mm x 23mm £50-80

183. Tabbah Personal automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, case no. 595462, the blue dial with Arabic numerals, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, 39mm £150-250 184. Russian Huka 14k automatic lady's wristwatch, exhibition dial with centre seconds, Miyota Co. 21 jewel movement, exhibition case back, crown at the four position, burgundy leather strap, 37mm £250-300 185. NO lOT

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186. MWC Military gentleman's wristwatch, ref. GG-W-113, serial no. 648639, black dial with Arabic numerals, inner twenty-four hour chapter, baton markers and outer minute markers, sweep centre seconds and luminous hands, black NATO style strap, 36mm *MWC case £50-80

187. MWC Military Diver's 300m PVD automatic gentleman's bracelet watch, serial no. 1149/7000, black dial with luminous baton and dot hour markers, outer minute markers, date aperture, sweep centre seconds and luminous hands, rotating bezel, screw-down crown, black MWC stainless steel bracelet, 45mm *MWC case £100-150

188. MWC MKIII Military PVD automatic gentleman's wristwatch, black dial with Military arrow, luminous Arabic numerals and baton markers, outer minute markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds with red pointer, screw-down crown, black NATO style strap, 38mm *MWC case £60-80

189. Cyma WWII British Military Army issue mid-size stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, signed cream dial with dot hour markers, outer minute track and silvered subsidiary seconds, signed 15 jewel Patented movement, case with fixed bars, screw back, Military arrow and issue markings 'A.T.P. 5043, 8983-782, grey NATO style strap, 29mm £100-150

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194 190. WWI silver wire-lug officer's wristwatch, import hallmarks London 1915, circular black dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute markers and subsidiary seconds, Swiss 15 jewel movement, no. 71276, screw case, brown leather strap, 35mm £80-120

191. Silver cushion cased gentleman's wristwatch, Birmingham 1935, circular silvered guilloche dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel moon hands, the movement marked 'Rands Lever' and signed R&S, dust cover, presentation inscription, Dennison case, modern black leather strap, 29mm (at fault) £40-80 192. Silver Borgel cased wire-lug gentleman's wristwatch, white dial with Arabic numerals and red twelve, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, inscribed case back, brown leather strap, 34mm £80-120

193. Rolex Military issue nickel cased lever pocket watch, signed 15 jewel 360 movement, the black dial with gilt Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, no. A9468, screw back with issue markings 'A.11553 G.S.MK. II' with broad Military arrow, 49mm £300-500 194. Omega WWII British Military issue stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, signed black dial with Arabic numerals, luminous markers and subsidiary seconds, 15 jewel movement, no. 10206231, the case with fixed bar lugs and issue markings ' w.w.w /\ Y 8835 10673032', NATO type band, 35mm £750-950


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195. Rare German Military luftwaffe Pilot's navigation watch by A. lange & Sohne, ref. FL 23883, the black dial with outer Arabic minute chapter, inner hour chapter with steeled luminous sword hands and centre seconds, gilt frosted signed movement, no. 214367, nickel case with fixed bar lugs, the inside case back marked 'Beobachtungsuhr - Bauart Lange & Söhne, Gerat Nr 127-560A-1, Werk Nr 214367, Anforderz FL 23883, Hersteller Felsing Berlin', outer case back marked 214367, 55mm (at fault, missing crown) £1000-2000 196. Rare WWII German luftwaffe Pilot's 'B-Uhr' watch, ref. 127, the circular black dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute ring and baton markers, lozenge hands and sweep centre seconds, 20 jewel movement signed Stowa, no. 5028, grey metal case numbered F1 23883 to the side, snap-on back signed to the inside and inscribed with matching number and full identification information, oversize onion shaped crown, extra long brown leather strap, 55mm

*In the 1940s the Luftwaffe commissioned watches for their pilots from IWC, Laco, Stowa, Wempe, and A. Lange & Sohne. Produced to the Luftwaffe's specifications, the watches had a mechanical movement with centre seconds, 55mm cases to accommodate the large movements and an oversized crown. The watches were fitted on an extra long leather strap so they could be worn over a flight jacket. The crown could be operated with gloves on and could stop the centre seconds. These watches became known as the B-Uhr style, abbreviated for Beobachtungs-uhren, or 'Observation' watch. The watch cases were engraved on the left side "FL23883" to identify the watch for navigation. On the inside of the case back, it contained further identifying numbers and information. As the watches were property of the Luftwaffe, and not the individual navigators, the pilots had to return their watches after completing the mission. £1200-1800

200 197. Jaeger leCoultre British Army issue lever pocket watch, signed frosted movement with compensated balance and regulator, signed dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track, subsidiary seconds and luminous hands, the case back with Military arrow and issue markings 'G.S.T.P., F026100', 52mm £80-120

198. leonidas GSTP Military issue pocket watch, 52mm; also a Swiss nickel cased lever pocket watch, the dial branded 'David & G.SAbdo, Baghdad, 45mm (2) £60-80 199. Enicar Air Ministry Observers nickel cased lever pocket watch, FHF2144 movement, black dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, screw case with markings ' 'AM 6E/50 3629/42', 52mm £80-120

200. Rare German Kriegsmarine push button chronograph pocket watch, unsigned movement, the dial with Arabic numerals, red twenty-four hour chapter, outer five second divisions, subsidiary thirty minute recording and constant seconds dials, luminous hands and luminous centre seconds, case back marked 'Kriegsmarine' with Marine eagle, 49mm; together with a watch chain with clasp, T-bar and anchor fob (2) £500-700 201. Silver trench wire-lug watch with shrapnel guard, import hallmarks for London 1918, black strap, 36mm £100-150

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202. Timor Military issue stainless steel wristwatch, signed dial with luminous markers, Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, the case with fixed bar lugs, the back with issue markings '/\ ATP 66730', later band, 31mm £80-120 203. Rare Omega RAF issue stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 2777-1 SC, circa 1953, black dial with Arabic numerals, luminous markers, sword hands and centre seconds, 'thin' military arrow over a circled 'T' for use of tritium, cal. 283 17 jewel movement, no. 13060716, with inner movement cap, fixed bar lug case with issue markings '/\ 6645 101000 6B/542 1998/53', black strap, 37mm £2000-3000

204. Quantity of Military pocket watch cases and case backs, including a Kriegsmarine example; together with a selection of Waltham Military issue chrome cased pocket stopwatch spares including movement, dials, case and case backs and four movements £100-200

205. lemania single button chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, luminous twelve and six, luminous dot markers and outer minute markers, subsidiary dials recording minutes and constant seconds, chronograph centre seconds, screw case with fixed bar lugs, NATO style band, 38mm £1000-1500 206. Omega British Military RAF issue Pilot's stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1940s, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track, centre seconds and blued steel hands, 16 jewel movement, no. 9739187, snap-on case back with Air Ministry mark A.M., air crew issue 6B/159, store number and year 9163/43, grey NATO style strap, 33mm £300-500

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207. Jaeger leCoultre WWII British Army issue nickel cased lever pocket watch, signed gilt frosted movement, cal. 467/2, signed dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track with dot hour markers and subsidiary seconds, case back with Military arrow and issue markings 'G.S.T.P. F010490', 52mm £80-120

208. CWC W10 Military stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, black dial with Military arrow, Arabic numerals, baton and dot hour markers, outer minute track, sweep centre seconds and luminous hands, case back with Military arrow and issue markings '523-8290, W10-664599, 20810/73', grey NATO style strap, 36mm £120-180

209. MWC Military Diver PVD automatic gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 673275, serial no. 0555/6645-06, black dial with Arabic six and nine, luminous baton markers, minute markers, date aperture, centre seconds and luminous hands, rotating bezel, screw-down crown, black NATO style strap, 45mm *MWC case £60-80

210. Timor British Military issue stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circular black dial with Miliary arrow, Arabic numerals, dot and baton hour markers, outer minute markers and subsidiary seconds, signed cal. 6060 15 jewel four adjustments movement, dust cover, case with fixed bars and signed screw back with Military arrow and issue markings 'Timor WWW K 6366 36266', grey NATO style strap, 36mm £300-500 211. Vertex British Military issue stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, signed circular black dial with Military arrow, Arabic numerals, luminous dot and baton hour markers, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, luminous hands, signed 15 jewel movement, case with fixed bars and screw back with Military arrow and issue markings 'W.W.W. A 7836 3520752', black NATO style strap, 36mm £200-300


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212. Record British Military issue stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circular black dial with Arabic numerals, dot and baton markers, outer minute track, subsidiary seconds, Military arrow and numbered 10034, luminous hands, signed cal. 022 K 15 jewel movement, case with fixed bars and screw back with Military arrow and issue markings 'W.W.W. L16816, 534663', black NATO style strap, 36mm (at fault) £200-300

213. Rolex Officer's Trench wire-lug gentleman's wristwatch, circular black dial with bold white Arabic numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, signed 15 jewel movement, screw bezel and exhibition screw back, 34mm (lacking hands and strap) £300-500 214. Timor British Military Army issue mid-size stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, signed black dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, 17 jewel adjusted movement, inside case marked Timor Watch Co, case no. 15600 with fixed bars and screw back with Military arrow and markings 'A.T.P. 14184', olive green NATO style strap, 31mm £300-500

215. MWC MKIII Military automatic gunmetal gentleman's wristwatch, ref. MKIII-02763/74, black NATO style strap, 38mm (at fault); together with an MWC MKIII Military automatic PVD gentleman's wristwatch, ref. MKIII-16831/74, black NATO style strap, 38mm (crown at fault) (2) *Each with MWC case £80-120

216. MWC MKIII Military automatic gunmetal gentleman's wristwatch, ref. MKIII-02745/74, black dial with luminous Arabic numerals, luminous baton markers, minute markers, date aperture, luminous hands and centre seconds, screw-down crown, black NATO style strap, 38mm

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217. Revue-Sport Deutsches Heer (German Army) stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, signed circular black dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track, subsidiary seconds and luminous hands, screw case marked D 204762 H, modern tan fabric strap, 33mm £100-200 218. Two MWC Military wristwatches, ref. GG-W-113, black dials with Arabic numerals, inner twenty-four hour chapter, luminous hands and centre seconds, black NATO style straps, 36mm (one at fault) £50-80

219. MWC G10 EVO Titan Dual Time Military chronograph gentleman's wristwatch, ref. EVO1149/12, black dial with quarter Arabic numerals, baton markers, minute markers, luminous hands, centre seconds and dual time apertures, black NATO style strap, quartz, 42mm £60-100 220. MWC G10 100m Military automatic gentleman's wristwatch, serial no. 8790/17000, black dial with Military arrow, luminous Arabic numerals and hour markers, outer minute track, date aperture, sweep centre seconds and luminous hands, screw-down crown, olive NATO style strap, 40mm *MWC case £50-80

221. MWC Military gentleman's wristwatch, ref. W10/6645-31, serial no. 6825771, black dial with Arabic numerals, inner twenty-four hour chapter, outer hour and minute markers, centre seconds and luminous hands, black NATO style strap, quartz, 38mm *MWC case £40-60

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222. MWC Military gentleman's wristwatch, ref. W10/6645-31, serial no. 6825771, black dial with Arabic numerals, inner twenty-four hour chapter, outer hour and minute markers, centre seconds and luminous hands, black NATO style strap, quartz, 38mm *MWC case £40-80

223. Three MWC Military Quartz gentlemen's wristwatches, black dials with Arabic numerals, luminous hour markers, minute markers, luminous hands and date apertures, NATO style straps (at fault) £40-60

224. Two MWC Military wristwatches, black dials with Arabic numerals, inner twenty-four hour chapters, outer hour and minute markers, luminous hands and centre seconds, tan NATO style straps, quartz, 37mm £50-80

MIXED LOTS OF WRISTWATCHES, PARTS, WATCHES FOR REPAIR & BOXES On view in the Blue Upstairs Saleroom

225. Smiths Astral gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, cream dial with quarter Arabic numerals, baton markers and centre seconds with red pointer, 17 jewel 27.CS. movement, modern black leather strap, 32mm; together with a Smiths Empire stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch (2) £50-80

226. Accurist stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, signed dial with baton markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, signed 21 jewel movement, modern tan leather strap, 34mm; together with a Roamer rectangular gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, signed 15 jewel movement, 36mm x 20mm (at fault, lacking strap) (2) £30-50

227. Moeris chrome cased mid-size gentleman's wristwatch, the circular white dial with Arabic numerals, minute markers and subsidiary seconds, signed 15 jewel movement, hinged lugs, inscribed case back, modern black leather strap, 29mm; together with a Vertex Allproof mid-size stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the dial branded 'P. Orr & Sons, Madras & Rangoon', 28mm (2) £40-80

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228. Avia gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, 17 jewel, expanding bracelet, 33mm; Junghans stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, Rotary silver lever engine turned half hunter pocket watch with a Swiss 17 jewel unadjusted movement; also a Smiths gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, 35mm (box) (4) £80-120

229. Ingersoll legion chrome cased pocket watch, 51mm, with Ingersoll box (at fault) £20-40 230. Two 9ct wire-lug wristwatches; together with four silver wire-lug wristwatches, two further wire-lug wristwatches and a universal stainless steel lady's wristwatch (faults) (9) £100-150

231. Rolex 9ct lady's wristwatch, import hallmark for Glasgow 1924, silvered dial with Arabic numerals, signed 15 jewel movement, leather strap, 27mm (stem at fault); together with a Lemania and a Hamilton lady's wristwatch (3) £100-150

232. Sekonda quartz gentleman's bracelet watch (boxed); together with a Seiko Quartz Chronograph gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, a further wristwatch, Ingersoll chrome pocket watch and 'The Dalvey Voyager Clock' travel alarm clock (5) £40-60 233. Seven assorted silver wrist and fob watches, principally for repair (7) (one nickel cased) £50-100 234. Selection of assorted wrist and pocket watch movements £50-100

235. Swiss gunmetal and enamel buttonhole watch, gilt dial with Arabic numerals, 15 jewels, 28mm £30-50

236. Roamer 10k gold filled cushion gentleman's wristwatch, 15 jewels, 32mm, Roamer Calendar 17 jewel gold plated wristwatch, Avia watch head and a Military issue nickel cased lever pocket watch (4) £60-100

237. Seiko Sports automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 6119-6400, no. 381214, black dial with baton markers, rotating outer chapter with five minute divisions, day/date aperture and orange sweep centre seconds, crown at the four/five position, Seiko bracelet, 43mm; together with a Cyma 9ct Tank gentleman's wristwatch and a Sornadat gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch (3) £80-120


238. Rone 9ct cushion cased wire-lug gentleman's wristwatch, London 1944, circular dial with Arabic chapter, subsidiary seconds and moon hands, signed cal. 1045 15 jewel movement, brown leather strap, 29mm (at fault); together with a Delbana stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals and red centre seconds, 33mm (2) £80-120

239. Assortment of various mechanical and quartz wristwatches principally for repair, to include Lorus, Sekonda, Montine, Accurist £40-80 240. Assortment of wristwatch movements, cases, straps and bracelets £30-50

241. Wristwatches principally for repair, to include Smiths Astrolon stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, three Smiths ladies wristwatches, four Ingersoll gentlemen's wristwatches and an Ingersoll lady's wristwatch (10) £40-80 242. Selection of wristwatches principally for repair, to include Bulova, Sekonda, Oris, Services etc (11) £50-80

243. Seiko Weekdater stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch; together with a Seiko Bell-Matic stainless steel wristwatch for repair, Avia chronograph stainless steel wristwatch for repair, Sheffield Watch Inc. Electronic wristwatch for repair and two others (6) £30-50

244. Two ladies 9ct wristwatches for repair to include Record and Accurist; together with a 9ct lady's wristwatch case, 32.7gm, also a gold plated lady's wristwatch for repair, gold plated fob watch case and an expanding bracelet (6) £50-80 245. lanco silver wire-lug wristwatch for repair; together with two silver wire-lug wristwatches for repair, a further wire-lug wristwatch for repair and a silver cylinder fob watch for repair (5) £40-80

246. Omega Geneve automatic gentleman's bracelet watch for repair, cal. 1012 23 jewel movement, no. 38906088 (lacking bracelet); together with a gold plated Omega bracelet (at fault) and a Longines 17 jewel unadjusted wristwatch movement, no. 11820404 (3) £50-80

247. Omega Seamaster DeVille lady's gold plated stainless steel wristwatch, silvered dial with baton markers, black strap, 21mm (at fault) £30-50

248. Four 9ct ladies wristwatch heads (at fault) £100-150

249. Assorted wristwatches, to include Seiko, Edox, Orient, Timex, etc £20-30 250. Two boxes containing assorted watch boxes £50-100

251. Wristwatch movements (50 approx, some faults) £40-80

252. Wristwatch movements (50 approx, some signed, faults) £40-80 253. Wristwatch movements (80 approx, some faults) £60-80 254. Wristwatch movements (some faults) £40-80

255. Wristwatch movements (50 approx, faults) £40-80 256. large assortment of wristwatch dials £40-80

257. Three CWC Military wristwatch dials; together with a Buren Grand Prix Military wristwatch dial, two Recta wristwatch dials and twelve other Military type wristwatch dials (18) £50-100

258. Smiths - nine wristwatch dials; together with three Seiko wristwatch dials, three Oris wristwatch dials, two Bulova wristwatch dials, Longines wristwatch dial and two others (20) £50-100 259. large quantity of various wristwatch bracelets, to include stainless steel and plated examples (some incomplete) £60-100

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260. Selection of Seiko stainless steel wristwatch bracelets and clasps (some incomplete) £40-80

261. Wristwatch straps including leather examples (various sizes and styles, some at fault and incomplete) £30-50 262. Breitling chronograph wristwatch dial, with luminous hour markers, black subsidiary hour and minute dials and date aperture, 30mm; together with a Fortis automatic wristwatch dial, Parnis Chronometer wristwatch dial and two chronograph wristwatch dials (5) £50-100

263. Vintage nickel chrome rectangular cased wire-lug digital wristwatch, with hour and minute apertures, Swiss 15 jewel three adjustments lever movement, hinged case with engraved band, 31mm x 12mm (lacking strap); together with a rectangular wire-lug digital wristwatch case, 31 x 12mm (2) £50-80 264. Quantity of assorted quartz wristwatches, to include Seiko, Pulsar, Timex, Lorus (mostly for repair) £30-50 265. Quantity of quartz wristwatches principally for repair, to include Sekonda, Timex, Seiko, Casio, Lorus £30-50

266. Four Bulova Accutron gentleman's bracelet watches for repair or spares (lacking case backs, three lacking bracelets) £30-50 267. Quantity of expanding wristwatch bracelets £50-80

268. Collection of mechanical and quartz wristwatches, to include stainless steel and gold plated examples (some at fault) £50-100 269. Five automatic gentleman's wristwatches, to include Seiko, Sekonda, Le Cheminant, Orfina, Oriosa (Oriosa at fault and lacking case back); together with a Seiko stainless steel bracelet (6) £60-100

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270. J.W. Benson silver cushion cased wire-lug gentleman's wristwatch, import hallmarks Glasgow 1929, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, 16 jewel Patented movement no. 65738, hinged case back, 32mm (in need of repair); together with four other examples (5) £60-100

271. West End Watch Co. 'Queen Anne' wire-lug wristwatch (at fault); two wire-lug wristwatches (at fault), two gunmetal fob watches (at fault) and a silver Ingersoll fob watch converted to a wire-lug wristwatch (at fault) (6) £30-50 272. Quantity of wristwatch movements and case spares £40-80

273. West End Watch Co. Prima 17 jewel stainless steel wristwatch, 34mm; also a Cyma cushion cased wristwatch (2) £30-60 274. Selection of wristwatch movements for repair or spares £20-40

275. Seiko automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 70098081, no. 662298, circular two-tone dial with baton markers, day/date aperture and sweep centre seconds, 38mm (Seiko box); together with a Seiko automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 70058042, no. 328330, circular grey dial with baton markers, date aperture and centre seconds, 17 jewel, 37mm (Seiko box) (at fault) (2) £50-80 276. Selection of wristwatches, to include two silver wire-lug ladies wristwatches (one at fault), two chrome cased wire-lug wristwatches, Precimax automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, Seiko gold plated lady's bracelet watch and a Certina Certidate automatic stainless steel lady's bracelet watch (box) (some faults) (7) £60-100

277. Waltham 9ct lady's wristwatch with 9ct expanding bracelet; unicorn 9ct lady's bracelet watch with expanding bracelet; Helvetia 9ct lady's bracelet watch with 9ct bracelet (box); 9ct lady's bracelet watch and a Lady Elgin 10k gold filled lady's bracelet watch (original presentation case) (some faults) (5) £120-180

278. Swiss 1930s rectangular nickel chrome cased gentleman's wristwatch, case ref. 11068, the dial with Arabic numerals, inner minute track and subsidiary seconds, 15 jewel movement, hinged case with fixed bar lugs, brown leather strap, 45mm x 26mm (at fault) £20-40


279. Tag Heuer watch box with outer cardboard cover and wallet; together with two Tag Heuer watch boxes, one with outer cardboard cover (3) £50-80 280. Four longines watch boxes (4) £50-80

281. Bulova watch box; together with two Bulova outer watch box covers, two Hamilton watch boxes and an Eterna watch box (6) £40-60

282. Tag Heuer watch box with outer cardboard cover and wallet; together with a further Tag Heuer watch box with outer cardboard cover (2) £50-80 283. Cartier red leather watch box, ref CO 1018 (lacking watch display) £30-50

284. Omega red leather watch box, with display cushion, outer cardboard cover and Omega operating instructions booklet £50-100

285. Two Tag Heuer watch boxes with outer cardboard covers and wallets £50-80 286. Omega watch box with outer cardboard cover (lacking booklets) £40-60 287. Four Omega watch boxes, one with outer cardboard cover £50-80

288. Tissot watch box with Tissot booklets; together with a further Tissot 'Gold Collection' watch box, Cyma watch box, Cyma outer watch box cover, IWC watch pouch and a further watch box (6) £40-60

289. Sinn watch box with outer cardboard cover; together with seven Sinn outer cardboard watch box covers (8) £20-40 290. Tag Heuer watch box with outer cardboard cover, wallet and outer sleeve; together with a Tag Heuer watch box with outer cardboard cover and outer sleeve (2 £50-80 291 - 300 NO lOT

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301. Patek Philippe for Tiffany & Co 18k lever dress pocket watch, no. 930012, 18 jewel movement adjusted five positions, three (3) heat, cold, isochronism, silvered dial marked 'Tiffany & Co', with applied gold Arabic numerals, gold moon hands and subsidiary seconds dial, the cuvette with an inscription presented to 'Harold F Duffy dated 1944' , case no. 418557, monogram case back, 56gm, 44mm; with the original Tiffany & Co box *together with a 14k curb link watch Albert, 25.4gm, 14" long approx £2000-3000

302. Swiss 9ct lever hunter pocket watch, Birmingham 1912, frosted threequarter plate 15 jewel adjusted movement inscribed 'Cudos', with compensated balance, Whiplash regulator and safety barrel, the dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, within a plain Dennison case, 85.1gm, 49mm £250-350 303. Waltham P.S Bartlett gold plated pocket watch, circa 1903, no. 12058445, with engraved balance cock, Starwheel regulator, compensated balance and safety pinion, the signed dial with Roman numerals, outer minute markers, red five minute divisions and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, engraved screw case, 57mm £60-100

304. Viking silver (0.800) lever pocket watch, signed frosted movement with engraved balance cock, compensated balance and regulator, inscribed cuvette, signed dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute markers, subsidiary seconds and Louis style hands, within an engine turned case with foliate engraved shield with initials and gold plated band, 50mm £50-80

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310 305 305. Courvoisier Freres, Swiss 18k quarter repeating hunter pocket watch, jewelled lever movement with hammers striking on a gong, signed cuvette, no. 98439, attractive foliate engraved dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, engine turned case with repeat slide, 91.2gm, 46mm £1800-2200

308. George III silver pair cased verge calendar pocket watch, Birmingham 1810, the fusee movement signed Harlow & Co, Birmingham, no. 7319, pierced engraved balance cock with Bosley type regulator, enamel white dial with Arabic numerals and inner alarm chapter, matching cases, case maker 'WH' (probably William Howard), 56mm £300-500

307. Silver fusee lever pocket watch, Chester 1840, signed Geo. Morris, Liverpool, no. 2563, with engraved balance cock inscribed 'Detach'd', steel three-arm balance, Bosley type regulator, Massey type III escapement, stopwork lever at the seven position, and cylindrical pillars, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, case maker TC (Thomas Cubbin), 51mm; together with a steel curb chain with T-bar, two clasps, key and a Perspex display dome with base (2) £100-150

310. English 18th century 22ct cylinder pair cased pocket watch, London 1775, signed Ellicott (Edward), London, no. 5777, fusee movement with fancy pillars, pierced balance cock with three arm balance, diamond endstone and silvered regulating dial, original signed dust cover, enamel white dial with Roman numerals, outer Arabic chapter and gold spade hands, case maker 'TL' (Thomas Layton), associated outer case hallmarked London 1784, 117gm, 48mm; with key £2000-3000

306. Havila silver (0.800) lever pocket watch, signed 16 jewel adjusted frosted movement with compensated balance and regulator, inscribed cuvette, the dial with Roman numerals, outer minute markers and subsidiary seconds, Louis style hands, within an engine turned case with foliate engraved monogram and arrow (possibly Military), 51mm £80-120

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309. Zenith silver (0.800) lever pocket watch, signed 18 jewel frosted movement with compensated balance and regulator, inscribed 'PAT OCT. 18 1904, 30751, no. 1531464, inscribed cuvette, the dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute markers with five minute divisions, subsidiary seconds and Louis style hands, within an engine turned case with engraved shield and gold plated band, 54mm £100-150


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311. Swiss silver lever quarter repeating hunter pocket watch, gilt frosted lever movement with hammers striking a gong, branded 'Opera', white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, plain polished case, no. 333948, 51mm £250-350

312. George III English silver pair cased verge pocket watch, London 1791, the fusee movement signed Jas Bell, London, no. 7742, with pierced balance cock, silvered regulating dial and cylindrical pillars, enamel dial with Roman numerals, beetle and poker hands, matching cases, case maker 'TC' (probably Thomas Carpenter), 52mm £200-400 313. Neva gunmetal lever pocket watch, the black dial with gilded Arabic numerals roundels and subsidiary seconds, 48mm £80-120

314. Cheshire Watch Co. gold plated pocket watch, signed three quarter plate lever movement, no. 67065, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, engine turned case, 53mm £80-120

315. Good Swiss 18k triple dial calendar pocket watch, frosted jewel bar movement with regulator, no. 1173, the cuvette inscribed 'Chronometre, Geneve', the dial with Roman numerals, outer Arabic five minute chapter, subsidiary triple dials for French day, date and constant seconds, engine turned case, 99.6gm, 48mm £1600-1800

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316. J.W. Benson 18ct lever pocket watch, London 1897, the gilt frosted three-quarter plate movement signed J.W. Benson, The Ludgate Watch, Best London Make, By Warrant to H.M. The Queen, Ludgate Hill, London, Patent no. 4658, no. 98410, with compensated balance and regulator, the signed dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, within an engine turned case with gadrooned band, 106.2gm, 49mm *J.W. Benson leather fitted case and key £700-1000

317. Continental 14k lever hunter pocket watch, unsigned frosted bar movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche, 74.5gm, 47mm £400-600

318. Arnold Charles Frodsham silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1854, the three-quarter plate movement signed J.R. Arnold, Chas, Frodsham, 84 Strand, London, no. 8264, with engraved balance cock and regulator, the signed and numbered dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, within an engine turned case with milled band, 46mm (at fault) £80-120

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319. English gilt metal verge pair cased pocket watch, the fusee movement signed Rivers & Son, Cornhill, London, no. 196, the pierced engraved balloon balance cock with steel three-arm balance, silvered regulating disc and cylindrical pillars, the dial with Arabic numerals and outer minute markers, winding hole to the case back, within a shagreen outer case, 52mm (at fault) £60-100

320. George III gilt metal pair cased verge doctor's pocket watch, fine fusee movement signed Green, London, no. 565, with pierced engraved balance cock, flat steel three arm balance and silver regulating disc over cylinder pillars, stopwork lever, the enamel dial with centre seconds, outer Arabic five minute chapter, Roman numeral hour dial over subsidiary date dial, matching cases, 63mm *Pouch £700-1000

321. Silver fusee lever pair cased pocket watch, Chester 1901, the movement signed John Forrest, Kirriemuir, no. 26706, with engraved balance cock, gilt three arm balance, regulator and cylindrical pillars, dust cover, signed dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, plain matching cases, case maker 'I.H'. (probably John Hammon), 52mm £80-120 322. Silver fusee verge hunter pocket watch, London 1814, the unsigned movement with pierced foliate engraved balance cock, flat steel balance, silver regulating disc and cylindrical pillars, the dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and winding hole at the four position, plain case, case maker 'WBCH' (William Bush & Charles Hazle), 50mm £60-100

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323. English silver verge pair cased pocket watch, London 1812, the fusee movement signed J. Kent, Monmouth, no. 4715, with pierced foliate engraved balance cock, flat steel balance, silver regulating disc and cylindrical pillars, signed and numbered dust cover, the dial with Arabic numerals and minute markers, within plain matching cases, case maker 'TG' (probably Thomas Gaunt), 59mm £120-180 324. Silver lever pocket watch, Birmingham 1907, the movement, no. 586229, with engraved balance cock, compensated balance and silvered regulating scale, dust cover, the dial with bold Roman numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche, case maker W.E (William Ehrhardt), 59mm £50-80

325. Swiss silver (0,935) quarter repeating hunter pocket watch, unsigned lever set gilt frosted lever movement with hammers striking on a gong, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, engine turned case with engraved cartouche, 53mm *the case and general condition of this watch is very good £600-800

326. English 18th century silver verge pair cased pocket watch, London 1767, the fusee movement with pierced foliate engraved balloon balance cock, flat steel balance and regulating disc, the dial with Roman numerals, outer Arabic five minute divisions and poker and beetle hands, within plain cases, case maker 'S.P', 50mm (in need of attention, cases married) £180-220


328 327. Waltham lever gold plated half hunter pocket watch, circa 1908, the frosted movement signed Am. Watch Co. Waltham, Mass. Bond St., with compensated balance and regulator, no. 17517672, signed dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, within a plain case, 50mm £50-80

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328. Art Deco Swiss 9ct lever dress pocket watch, import hallmarks London 1929, the dial with gilt Arabic numerals and minute markers, subsidiary seconds, within an engine turned case, 50.7gm, 46mm £200-300 329. Swiss 18k cylinder fob watch, three quarter plate gilt frosted movement with gilt three-arm balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals and foliate centre, within a foliate engraved case, 45.5gm, 39mm; together with a chain and key *pouch £100-150

330. J.W Benson 9ct half hunter lever pocket watch, Birmingham 1926, Swiss 17 jewel movement, signed dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, Dennison case, 93.5gm, 49mm; boxed £400-600

331. Continental fusee verge pocket watch, unsigned movement with pierced balance bridge, flat three-arm balance, silvered regulating disc and baluster pillars, the dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track and winding hole at the one/two position, within a plain consular case with engraved band, 55mm £80-120

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332. George IV silver fusee verge pair cased pocket watch, London 1827, unsigned movement, no. 1296, pierced engraved balance cock with mask, flat steel balance, Bosley type regulator and cylindrical pillars, the dial with Arabic numerals and outer minute track, within plain matching cases, case maker 'JW', 58mm £100-150 333. English silver verge pair cased pocket watch, Birmingham 1897, unsigned fusee movement no. 33549, with pierced engraved balance cock with mask, flat steel balance, Bosley type regulator and cylindrical pillars, the dial with Roman numerals and outer minute track, within plain matching cases, case maker 'M.C', 56mm (at fault) £60-100 334. English gilt metal verge pair cased pocket watch, the fusee movement signed J. Summers, London, no. 1685, with pierced foliate engraved balance cock, flat steel balance, silver regulating disc and cylindrical pillars, the dial with Arabic numerals, minute markers and gilt beetle and poker hands, within plain cases, 54mm (at fault) £80-120

335. Waltham 9ct lever half hunter pocket watch, Birmingham 1922, 17 jewel adjusted movement signed P.S. Bartlett, Waltham, Mass. no. 23059063, with compensated balance and Starwheel regulator, signed dial with Roman numerals, minute markers and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands with double spade hour hand, within a Dennison case engraved 'R.W, 1923', 100.1gm, 50mm £350-450

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336 336. Victorian small 18ct fusee lever pocket watch, London 1859, movement signed Gilbert & Son, Belfast, no. 2499, the foliate engraved balance cock with diamond endstone, gilt three-arm balance and silvered regulating scale, the gilt dial with Roman numeral chapter enclosing a foliate engraved centre, within an engraved case with engine turned band, 57.0gm, 41mm *pouch and key £250-350

337. Waltham gold plated lever pocket watch, circa 1902, 17 jewel adjusted movement, no. 12015598, within an engraved and engine turned case with engraved initials and gadrooned band, 51mm £60-100

338. Rolex gold plated lever pocket watch, signed 15 jewel movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, within a plain Dennison case, 51mm £250-350 339. 9ct lever half hunter pocket watch, the dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands with double spade hour hand, within a plain case, 74.9gm, 46mm £200-300

340. Continental gilt metal fusee verge enamel and paste set pocket watch, the frosted movement with pierced balance bridge and silvered regulating disc, the dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute markers and Arabic quarter divisions, winding hole at the two position, diamond set bezel, the paste set enamelled case back with portrait depicting a young lady, 54mm (at fault) *case £120-180 42

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341. English silver fusee lever pair cased pocket watch, Chester 1820, the movement inscribed 'Detached' and signed Dumbill, Rochdale, no. 6020, with engraved balance cock inscribed 'Patent Lever', diamond endstone, steel three arm balance, regulator and cylindrical pillars, Massey type III escapement with stopwork lever, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, within plain matching cases, case maker 'TEHF' (Timothy Ellison & Henry Fishwick), 57mm (at fault) £100-150 342. Gilt metal fusee lever pocket watch, the gilt frosted three-quarter plate movement signed G. Brinkman, London, no. 2266, with steel three arm balance and regulator, the dial with gilt Roman numerals, within an engine turned and foliate engraved case, 44mm £60-100

343. Waltham Riverside gold plated lever hunter pocket watch, circa 1893, the 17 jewel adjusted movement signed A.W.W.Co. Riverside. Waltham, Mass., no. 6563083, with compensated balance and regulator, signed dial with bold Arabic numerals, outer minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, within an engraved screw case, 51mm £120-180 344. Waltham lever pocket watch, circa 1903, the 15 jewel movement, no. 13137008, signed American Waltham Watch Co., with engraved balance cock, compensated balance, silvered regulating scale and safety pinion, the signed dial with Roman numerals, outer minute markers, inner Arabic twenty-four hour numerals and subsidiary seconds, within a plain screw Silveroid case, 57mm £50-80


349 345. English 18th century gilt metal verge pair cased pocket watch, the fusee movement signed Joseph Rose & Son, Foster Lane, London, no. 7943, with pierced engraved balance cock, flat steel balance, silver regulating disc and square baluster pillars, the enamel dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute markers with steel beetle and poker hands, shagreen outer case, 48mm £250-350

346. Omega silver (0.800) lever pocket watch, the signed frosted movement with compensated balance and regulator, signed dial with Arabic numerals, red twelve, subsidiary seconds and Louis style hands, within an engine turned case with foliate engraved shield and gold plated band, 52mm £100-150

347. Early 19th century gilt metal verge pair cased pocket watch, the fusee movement signed Thos Reid, Edinburgh, no. 2033, pierced and engraved balance cock, three arm balance and silvered regulating dial, original signed dust cover enamel dial with Roman numerals, 57mm £60-100 348. Victorian 18ct half hunter fusee lever pocket watch, London 1866, signed Aldred & Sons, Yarnmouth, no. 32375, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, engine turned case, 73.6gm, 43mm £500-700

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349. Attractive Continental gold pocket watch, the later fusee lever movement signed John Howlett, Cheltenham, no. 3025, enamel dial with Arabic numerals, moon hands and winding hole to the two o'clock position, ornate two colour gold case with inscription to the inside back, 56.7gm, 39mm £300-500 350. 18ct fusee lever hunter pocket watch, London 1857, the plain frosted movement signed JNo. Jones, 338, Strand, no. 10370, the plain balance cock with diamond endstone, steel three-arm balance, silvered regulating scale and cylindrical pillars, signed and numbered dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, within a plain case with engraved shield dated 1882, 75.1gm, 45.5mm *pouch and key £500-700

351. Early 19th century Silver pair cased verge pocket watch, Birmingham 1817, the fusee movement signed Goldsmith, Liverpool, no. 1413, the pierced balance cock with an engraved portrait, the dial with Roman numerals, case maker 'WH' (William Ryley), 58mm (at fault) £100-150 352. Thos Russell, liverpool 9ct lever pocket watch, no. 122184, 88.2gm, 50mm £150-250 353. Good 18ct curb link watch Albert, 32.8gm, 15" long approx £700-800

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354 354. J.W. Benson 18ct lever hunter pocket watch, London 1886, signed three quarter plate movement, no. 111241, original dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, inscribed presentation cuvette and monogrammed case back, 104.2gm, 49mm *with the original box £1000-1200

355. Robert Roskell, liverpool silver rack lever pair cased pocket watch, Chester 1809, signed fusee movement, no. 6428, with engraved balance cock branded 'Patent', diamond endstone and three-arm balance, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, matching cases, maker 'EJ', 56mm £400-600

356. Waltham 'P S Bartlett' gold plated lever pocket watch, circa 1910, no. 18043458, with compensated balance and starwheel regulator, signed dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, exhibition case back, 51mm; together with a Waltham nickel cased lever pocket watch, circa 1918, no. 21973761, Dennison screw case, 51mm (2) *Both with wooden display stands £80-120

357. Silver fusee verge pocket watch, signed Wm Cradock, Shadwell-Dock, no. 886, engraved bell shaped balance cock with diamond endstone, Bosley type regulator, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, later case hallmarked London 1884, 56mm £80-120

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358. Early 19th century silver doctor's dial pair cased verge pocket watch, London 1810, the fusee movement signed Jones, Sheerness, no. 34223, with stop work lever, pierced balance cock, flat steel balance and silvered regulating dial, the enamel dial with a Roman numeral dial and large subsidiary seconds dial, matching cases, case maker 'WL' (probably William Lewis), 59mm £350-450

359. 9ct hallmarked curb link watch Albert with a 1908 half sovereign fob, 33.7gm, 13" long approx £380-420

360. English 18th century silver repousse verge pair cased pocket watch, London 1785, the fusee movement signed Samson, London, no.11057, with pierced balance bridge, silver regulating dial and square baluster pillars, enamel arcaded dial with Roman numerals and outer Arabic chapter, gilt hands, repousse outer case, case maker 'JC' (Joseph Carpenter), 51mm £500-700 361. Silver graduated curb watch Albert, 32gm, 13.5" long; also a 15ct curb bracelet, 15.9gm (2) £180-220 362. Silver fusee lever pocket watch with a named dial, Chester 1883, unsigned movement, the enamel dial with Arabic numerals and letters (William Smith), case maker 'CH' (Charles Harris), 52mm £80-120


360 363. English silver verge pair cased pocket watch, London 1854, the fusee movement signed E.G. Williams, Bryn Mawr, no. 10534, with foliate engraved balance cock, flat steel three-arm balance, Bosley type regulator, stop/work lever and cylindrical pillars, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, within plain matching cases, 57mm £120-180

364. Small silver fusee verge pocket watch, London 1852, the movement signed Kern & Co. Swansea, no. 11939, with foliate engraved balance cock, flat steel three-arm balance, Bosley type regulator and cylindrical pillars, the dial with Roman numerals and outer minute track, within an engine turned case, case maker 'W.P', 46mm (key) £50-80 365. NO lOT

366. George III English silver verge pair cased pocket watch, London 1791, the fusee movement signed Jn Retford, London, no. 204, with pierced foliate engraved balance cock, flat steel balance, silver regulating disc and cylindrical pillars, the dial with Roman numerals, minute markers and steel beetle and poker hands, within plain matching cases, case maker 'T.C' (probably Thomas Carpenter), 53mm £150-250

367. Small Continental verge white metal pocket watch, unsigned fusee gilt frosted movement with pierced balance bridge, gilt three-arm balance and silvered regulating disc, the dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute markers and winding hole at the one/two position, moon hands, within an engine turned case, 37mm (at fault) £40-60

366 368. Early 19th century English silver verge pair cased pocket watch, London 1821, the fusee movement signed Will'm Lock, Bath, no. 10419, with pierced foliate engraved balance cock with mask, flat steel balance, Bosley type regulator and cylindrical pillars, the dial with Roman numerals and outer minute track, within plain matching cases, 57mm (at fault) £100-150

369. English silver verge pair cased pocket watch, Birmingham 1842, the fusee movement signed Snow & Son, Birstwith, no. 2824, with pierced foliate engraved balance cock with mask, flat steel balance and cylindrical pillars, the dial with Roman numerals and outer minute track, within plain matching cases, case maker 'VR' (probably Vale & Rotheram), 55mm £120-180 370. Continental silver cylinder pocket watch with frosted bar movement, gilt three-arm balance and regulator, the silvered dial with Roman numerals enclosing a foliate engraved centre and subsidiary seconds, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche, 47mm £30-50 371. NO lOT 372. NO lOT 373. NO lOT

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POCKET WATCH ACCESSORIES

Pocket Watch Accessories to include Alberts, Keys and Movements. On view in the Blue Upstairs Saleroom

374. Brooch watch, the case with hinged back revealing the movement signed Rooke, Cirencester, 1894, silvered dial with Arabic numerals enclosing a foliate engraved centre, winding hole to the case back, safety chain, 75mm long (at fault) *case £60-100

375. Pocket Watch balance cocks - collection of thirty-five examples £100-200

376. Jon Henry Browne, london fusee lever pocket watch movement, no. 158, with foliate engraved balance cock, compensated balance and silvered regulating scale, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, 47mm; together with a fusee lever pocket watch movement, signed PL. Bright, Birmingham, no. 2775, with dial, 43mm (lacking subsidiary hand) (2) £40-80

377. Fusee verge pocket watch, signed J Anderton, Liverpool, no. 9768, with pierced and engraved balance cock, Bosley type regulator and cylindrical pillars, the dial with Roman numerals and outer minute track, 54mm (at fault); together with a silver fusee verge pair cased pocket watch for repair, London 1789, signed Edwd Trusty, London, no. 1214, 52mm,; also a fusee verge pocket watch movement in need of attention signed J. Roskell, Liverpool, no. 35380, with pierced engraved balance cock, flat steel balance, Bosley type regulator, stopwork lever and cylindrical pillars, dust cover (3) £120-180 378. Silver lever fob watch, Birmingham 1907, gilt frosted three-quarter plate movement, no. 258561, the dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, within a plain case with engraved cartouche, 36mm; together with an Atlas Watch Co. gold plated duplex engine turned and engraved hunter fob watch, 36mm, also two braided watch cords with T-bars and one swivel clasp (4) £50-80 379. Cast iron pocket watch stand, 6.5" high £20-30

380. Fusee lever pocket watch movement, signed Brock, George Street, Portman Square, London, no. 1808; another fusee lever pocket watch movement signed Shepperley & Pearce, Long Row, Nottingham, no. 2185; also a T R Russell lever pocket watch movement, no. 14068 (3) £50-80 46

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381. Jno Pickford, liverpool fusee lever pocket watch movement, balance, Bosley type regular and cylindrical pillars, stopwork lever, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, 48mm (lacking hands); together with a further fusee lever pocket watch movement with stopwork, signed Moore & Starkey, St Martin's Lane, with dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, 44mm (lacking hands) (2) £50-100 382. J. lawrance, Royal Exchange, london fusee rack lever pocket watch movement, no. 5809, inscribed 'Patent', the balance cock with diamond endstone, regulator, flat steel three arm balance, Liverpool jewelling, cylindrical pillars and stopwork lever, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, dust cover, 47mm (lacking hands) £100-150

383. Morris Tobias fusee lever fob watch movement, signed three-quarter plate, no. 2971, with gilt three arm balance and regulator, signed dial with Roman numerals, 35mm; together with a Jas McCabe fusee lever fob watch movement, signed three-quarter plate, no. 06170, with gilt three arm balance and regulator, signed dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, 37.5mm £50-80

384. Army & Navy Co-operative Society ltd lever pocket watch movement, no. 8087, three-quarter plate with plain balance cock and compensated balance, the numbered dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, 42mm (hour hand at fault); together with an unsigned centre seconds lever pocket watch movement, no. 79125, with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Arabic numerals and blued steel centre seconds, 45mm (2) £40-80 385. Thos Russell & Son, liverpool 9ct lever pocket watch in need of repair, 82.8gm, 48mm £260-320

386. Silver fusee lever pair cased pocket watch, Birmingham 1874, the movement signed John Strachan, Forfar with engraved balance cock, steel three-arm balance, Bosley type regulator and cylindrical pillars, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, within plain matching cases, inscribed inner case, 52mm (in need of attention); together with a silver lever pair cased pocket watch, Chester 1878, the movement signed Alex'r Gordon, Insch, with engraved balance cock, steel three-arm balance, Bosley type regulator and cylindrical pillars, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, within plain cases, 51mm (key) (2) £160-220

387. Selection of pocket watches to include two gold plated lever pocket watches, five silver pocket watches and eight chrome and nickel cased pocket watches (faults) (15) £100-150


388. Continental white metal Chatelaine with T-bar and lyre filigree key, 11" long £120-180 389. Three Omega pocket watch cases £15-30

390. Negretti & Zambra pocket compass, 48mm £40-80

391. Attractive 19th century gold stone set pocket watch key 33mm; together with a small intaglio fob (2) £30-50 392. Five assorted base metal pocket watches (5) £30-50

393. Goliath nickel cased lever pocket watch, gilded bar movement with glazed cuvette, 69mm (glass cracked) £40-80

394. J.G Graves silver lever pocket watch, two other silver pocket watches and three others, principally for repair (6) £50-80

395. Silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1887, signed W.B Aitchison, Edinburgh, engraved case, 42mm; together with a Waterbury pocket watch (at fault), two modern pocket watches and a chronograph pocket watch movement £60-100 396. 14k octagonal lever dress pocket watch, 49.4gm, 44mm (at fault) £220-260

397. Silver fusee lever pocket signed Galloway Bros, Leeds, 54mm; another silver fusee lever hunter pocket watch, Buren cased travel clock and another (faults) (4) £60-100 398. Goliath eight days gunmetal pocket watch, the dial with bold Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, 76mm £70-100 399. Three early 18th century pocket watch movements signed Thos Windmills, Geo Foder and Wm Prevost; also a balance cock (4) £150-250

400. Five Turkish market pocket watch cases (5) £150-250

401. Seven Turkish market pocket watch cases (7) £240-280 402. Five tortoiseshell/horn pocket watch cases £250-350

403. Three trade pocket watch keys to include Parkinson & Frodsham, Camera Cuss and Henry Capt (3) £20-40 404. Four trade pocket keys (Taunton & Bridgewater) (4) £15-25

405. Two trade pocket watch keys for American Illinois and Pennsylvania (2) £15-25 406. Four trade pocket watch keys relating to Wiltshire (4) £15-25

407. Seventeen trade pocket watch keys relating to Bristol and Clevedon (17) £75-95 408. Two Irish trade pocket watch keys for Lovell and Kearns (2) £15-25 409. Four assorted antique pocket watch keys (4) £30-50

410. James W. Benson - Time and Time Tellers, published 1875 £40-60

411. Henry Jacot split seconds pocket watch movement, no. 22144, with dial, 44mm £80-120

412. English 18th century fusee cylinder repeating pocket watch movement, signed Art Dobson, London, no. 1285, with pierced balance cock silver regulating dial and cylindrical pillars, with dust cover and dial, 37mm diameter £300-400

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413. Eight chrome pocket stopwatches in need of repair to include Sekonda, Waltham and Breitling (8) £40-80

414. Quantity of principally chrome and nickel case pocket watches for repair to include Ingersoll, Timex, Smiths, Sekonda pocket stopwatch, centre seconds chronograph pocket watch; together with a small quantity of pocket watch protective covers, selection of dials and a small quantity of pocket watch parts and accessories to include crowns, bows, chains etc £80-120 415. Silver fusee verge pocket watch in need of repair, signed Puckridge, London, no. 3875; together with two silver lever pocket watches for repair, silver lever half hunter fob watch for repair and a silver pocket watch case with dial (5) £80-120

416. Waltham Admiralty Pattern No. 6 Military pocket stopwatch in need of repair; Enicar British Army issue pocket watch in need of repair and an Elgin gold plated pocket watch (3) £60-100

417. Omega lever pocket watch movement in need of repair; fusee lever pocket watch movement for repair signed Harrison, Ipswich, no. 3513; also a selection of further pocket and fob watch movements in need of repair to include Elgin, Primo and Waltham £50-80 418. Waltham silver lever pocket watch, also two silver cylinder fob watches with chains £60-100

419. Two silver fusee lever pocket watches for repair or spares, makers Wm. Biddulph, Newcastle-Staff and Alcock & Jones, Tunstall, with leather strap, swivel clasp and key; together with a silver cylinder engraved fob watch (box), 38mm £60-100 420. Fanck link 9ct watch Albert with T-bar and clasp, 16gm, 12'' long £160-200

421. Waltham Traveler gold plated lever hunter pocket watch, signed movement, no. 10634604, with compensated balance and regulator, signed dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, within a plain case, 52mm; together with an Elgin gold plated lever hunter engine turned pocket watch and a Waltham lever gold plated pocket watch in need of attention, 52mm (3) £100-150

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422. Six silver pocket watches for repair; together with a small silver pendant (7) £50-80

423. Silver cylinder pocket watch in need of attention; together with three silver pocket watches in need of repair (4) £40-60

424. Silver fusee verge hunter pocket watch, London 1878, the movement signed Barwise & Sons, London, no. 7920, with engraved balance cock with mask, pierced engraved balance cock, flat steel balance, Bosley type regulator and cylindrical pillars, the dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and steel beetle and poker hands, 50mm (lacking case front); together with a silver fusee lever pocket watch, the movement signed Wm Taylor, Yarmouth, no. 8232, with foliate engraved balance cock, gilt three-arm balance and Bosley type regulator, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, 53mm (in need of attention) (2) £80-120 425. Waltham silver lever pocket watch in need of repair; together with a John Forrest silver pocket watch for repair, silver fusee lever pocket watch for repair; a silver lever pocket watch for repair and a silver cylinder pocket watch in need of attention (5) £50-80 426. Four silver cylinder engraved fob watches (at fault) £25-35 427. Seven silver wire-lug wristwatches (at fault) £60-100

428. Eterna 18ct slim lever pocket watch, signed movement, no. 2474124, with compensated balance and regulator, signed dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 39.7gm, 44mm (at fault); together with a Columbia gold plated hunter fob watch for repair, two silver ladies bracelet watches (at fault) and a gold plated rectangular cased ladies wristwatch (at fault) (4) £200-300

429. Quantity of pocket watch cases and case spares to include silver, gold plated and gunmetal examples £60-100 430. Quantity of watch keys £60-100


431. Nickel cased Goliath pocket watch for repair; together with a quantity of pocket watches for repair to include nickel and gunmetal examples £80-120 432. Quantity of pocket watches principally for repair to include chrome, nickel and gunmetal examples £60-100

433. Quantity of chrome and nickel cased pocket stop watches and pocket watches principally for repair to include a Military nickel cased pocket stopwatch, the case back with broad Military arrow and Pattern no. 2169, Smiths, Ingersoll, Oris and Sekonda £80-120 434. Pocket watch spares to include movement parts, balance wheels, balance cocks, bows, winders etc £50-80

435. Two Military issue nickel cased pocket watches to include Doxa and Bravingtons; also a plated Albert £60-100 436. Pocket watch glasses of various sizes £50-80

437. Pocket watch plain high dome and 'bulls-eye' glasses £60-100

438. Collection of pocket watch cases and case spares to include chrome, nickel and gunmetal examples £30-60 439. Various silver pocket and fob watch cases £50-80

440. Elgin silver lever set pocket watch (at fault); together with five silver engraved fob watches in need of repair (6) £50-80

441. Selection of nickel and chrome cased pocket watches for repair to include Ingersoll, 'Best Patent Leve'r, 'Superior Railway Timekeeper', centre seconds chronograph, also a chrome cased wire-lug wristwatch (at fault), within a wooden hinged box (20) £80-120 442. Eighteen various pocket watches for repair (18) £80-120

443. Twenty assorted pocket watches for repair (20) £80-120 444. Twenty various pocket watches for repair (20) £80-120

445. Elgin gold plated lever pocket watch, circa 1912, no. 16492254, with compensated balance and regulator, signed dial with Roman numerals, outer red five minute divisions, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, within a plain case with screw back, 47mm (in need of attention) £40-80 446. large quantity of pocket watch winding crowns and stems £40-80 447. Pocket watch movement dust covers £20-40

448. Four Sekonda pocket watch and fob watches; together with four Lucerne fob watches and ten other pocket watch and fob watches (faults) (14) £40-60 449. Quantity of pocket watch cases and case parts to include nickel, chrome and gunmetal examples £40-80

450. Selection of gold plated pocket and fob watch cases and case parts £50-100 451. Assortment of pocket watch dials (100 approx) £50-100

452. Selection of cylinder pocket watch movements for repair (50 approx, 16 lacking dials) £50-80 453. Quantity of cylinder fob watch movements principally for repair (80 approx, some lacking dials) £60-100 454. Selection of lever and cylinder movements principally for repair (35 approx, some lacking dials) £30-50

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455. Victorian silver fusee lever pocket watch, Chester 1857, the movement signed J. M. Ainsworth, Bolton, no. 33087, with engraved balance cock, compensated balance and regulator, 'Liverpool windows', stop/work lever at the seven position, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, within an engine turned case, 51mm (at fault);r fusee lever hunter pocket watch signed John Farnworth, Liverpool, no. 7094; also three others (5) £60-100 456. Six Nero lemania pocket stopwatches for spares or repair; together with a selection of further pocket stopwatches for repair and others £30-50 457. Quantity of pocket and fob watch dials (100 approx) £60-100

458. large quantity of chrome pocket watch movements in need of repair; together with a selection of chrome pocket watch case parts £50-100 459. Ingersoll chrome cased pocket watch; together with a Lancashire Watch Co. gold plated fob watch (at fault), gunmetal pedometer (at fault), fourteen various pocket watches for repair or spares including a gold plated example and an Ingersoll West and Timex fob watch for repair (20) £60-100

460. Swiss 18k engine turned cylinder fob watch, gilt three-quarter plate movement, gilt dial with Arabic numerals and outer minute track, blued steel hands, 29mm; small gold foliate engraved cylinder fob watch, 29mm (hallmarks rubbed, bow at fault), two 9ct wristwatch cases, 9ct watch bracelet and a 9ct charm bracelet heart lock, 59.0gm (6) £200-300 461. Two Swiss lever moon phase calendar pocket watch movements in need of repair, the dials with Roman numerals, moon phase and subsidiary day, month, date apertures; together with a lever time/date pocket watch movement in need of repair, the movement inscribed 'Patented Aug. 29th 82', the dial with 5 minute outer divisions and subsidiary time and date dials (3) £40-80 462. longines lever three-quarter plate pocket watch movement, with compensated balance and regulator; together with an Omega lever pocket watch movement, Omega lever fob watch movement, Zenith fob watch movement, 'Peerless' (IWC) part pocket watch movement and an unsigned lever pocket watch movement with signed Rolex dial (all for repair) (6) £50-100

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BP* - Buyer's Premium of 24% inclusive of VAT @ 20%.

463. Two Waterbury Watch Co. duplex pocket watch movements; Waterbury Watch Co. Series N duplex fob watch movement, three cylinder Baume Geneve movements, cylinder pocket watch movement (all for repair) and a lever pocket watch movement signed Chicago, Ill, Lake Shore, no. 1300653, with regulator and compensated balance, the dial signed C.W.Co with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds (8) £50-100 464. Two Dent fusee lever pocket watch movements; together with an E.I. Dent fusee lever pocket watch movement, Dent fusee lever fob watch movement, J.R. Arnold & Chas Frodsham fusee lever fob watch movement, J.W. Benson lever pocket watch movement and three J.W. Benson lever fob watch movements (mostly in need of attention) (9) £80-120 465. Fusee verge pocket watch movement signed Thos. Gammon, Hereford, no. 5454, the dial with Roman numerals and inner Arabic chapter; together with fusee verge pocket watch movement for reassembly, signed Thos, Webb, London; an unsigned fusee verge pocket watch movement (both in need of repair) and a verge pocket watch pair case and a further verge pocket watch case (5) £80-150

466. Thos. Russell & Son lever repeater pocket watch movement; together with an unsigned three quarter plate lever repeater pocket watch movement (both in need of attention/repair) (2) £30-50

467. Fusee cylinder pocket watch movement signed Rich'd Post, London; fusee cylinder pocket watch movement signed Dobson Glover; fusee duplex pocket watch movement, signed T.F. Cooper; two further fusee duplex pocket watch movements signed Jas Murray and Grayhurst Harvey & Co; duplex pocket watch movement and a fusee lever pocket watch movement signed In Wright, Roscred, with 'Liverpool' jewelling (all at fault and in need of repair) (7) £80-120 468. Heuer Mikrograph 3-second pocket stopwatch movement in need of repair; together with a pocket stopwatch movement (2) £30-50

469. Selection of pocket watch movements to include two Compensation Balance lever movements (one at fault), lever Compensation Balance fob watch movement, French Royal Exchange fusee lever pocket watch movement, French Royal Exchange lever pocket watch movement (at fault), lever fob watch movement, two cylinder pocket watch movements and a cylinder fob watch movement (four lacking dials) (9) £40-60


470. Fusee lever pocket watch movement, signed R. & G. Beesley, Liverpool, no. 18505, with engraved balance cock inscribed 'Patent', gilt three arm balance and 'Liverpool' jewelling, dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds; together with a lever centre seconds pocket watch movement, signed T. R. Russell, 18 Church Street, Liverpool, inscribed 'Maker to the Admiralty' and 'Maker to the Queen', signed dial, and three lever three-quarter plate pocket watch movements (5) £40-80 471. Selection of lever and cylinder fob watch movements for repair (50 approx) £60-100 472. Ten fusee lever pocket watch movements for repair £40-80

473. Ten fusee lever pocket watch movements for repair to include three Massey type examples £50-100 474. Thirty lever pocket watch movements for repair £30-50 475. Thirty lever pocket watch movements for repair £30-50

476. Thirty lever pocket watch movements in need of repair £30-50

477. Twenty lever pocket watch movements in need of attention £30-50

478. Quantity of lever and cylinder pocket watch movements for repair (30 approx) £30-50 479. large quantity of Waltham and Elgin movements for repair and parts £100-200 480. large quantity of pocket watch movement parts £40-80 481. Pocket watch movement parts £40-60 482. Pocket watch movement parts £40-60

483. Quantity of Military pocket watch dials to include Waltham, two Jaeger-LeCoultre, Services, Elgin £40-60 484. NO lOT

WATCHMAKERS’ WORKSHOP 485. Collection of watch glasses £50-80

486. Watch and clock parts and accessories to include mainsprings, stems, buttons, screws, suspensions, spring lugs, hands etc £50-100 487. Three Bakelite chests containing a quantity of various watch movement parts £80-120

488. Fifteen drawer wooden cabinet containing a quantity of various watchmakers’ parts £50-150

489. Thirty-six drawer wooden cabinet containing a quantity of watch glasses; together with a six drawer wooden chest containing a quantity of watch glasses (2) £50-150 490. NO lOT

491. Selection of watch winding buttons; together with a quantity of cased winding stems £40-80 492. Watch winding buttons and stems £40-80

493. Box containing a large quantity of watch hands £60-100 494. Quantity of watch hands £60-100 495. Quantity of watch hands £60-100

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496. Five Newmark cases containing a quantity of watch parts and accessories in Perspex containers, to include hands, wheels, stems, screws, escape wheels, buttons, mainsprings etc £50-100 497. Watch mainsprings £30-50

498. Quantity of watch parts to include indexes, jewels, stems, balance staffs, buttons, seals, screws, washers, lever springs, Bergeon O-Rings, bushes etc £50-100 499. Box containing a quantity of watch parts to include balance staffs, jewels, pivots, paster stones, timing washers, stems, indexes, seals, buttons etc £50-100

500. Box of assorted watch parts to include two Seitz incomplete cases of ruby friction jewels, stems, spring lugs, balance staffs, wheels, timing pivots, washers, winding stems, jewels etc £50-80 501. Box containing a quantity of watch winding stems and mainsprings £50-80 502. Box containing an assortment of branded watch parts to include Renata, AS, ETA, FEF, Molina, Poljot, Raketa and Zaria £50-80 503. Collection of assorted watch parts and accessories £80-120

504. large quantity of pocket watch parts to include wheels, crowns, bows, fusee chain, balance wheels etc; together with a wooden pocket watch display stand and a small wooden glazed display cabinet £60-100

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505. Box containing a large quantity of assorted watch parts £80-120 506. Box containing a large quantity of assorted watch parts £80-120 507. Quantity of wristwatch glasses £40-60

508. leather bound hinged box with pocket watch display within a green lined interior tray (key); together with a leather bound hinged box with carry handle (at fault), two further leather bound boxes, five small wooden boxes and one other (10) £30-60

509. Quantity of watchmakers tools to include five milled jaws of a Bergeon no. 5537 Rolex case opening tool (lacking key and one jaw), Bergeon pump, no. 5011, selection of further Bergeon tools, selection of case opening tools and a selection of screwdrivers etc £80-150 510. Two wooden cases containing a quantity of watch glasses and watch mainsprings £30-50 511. Quantity of wristwatch spares, accessories and tools to include balance staffs, balances, wheels, strap bars, etc; together with a box containing a quantity of watch bracelets £80-120

512. Quantity of watch mainsprings; together with a quantity of new and used clock mainsprings £40-80

The next Pawnbroking Watches Sale will be held on Wednesday 21st March 2018 The next Specialist Watches Sale will be held on Wednesday 23rd May 2018 Entries now Invited

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FORTHCOMING AUCTIONS February

Specialist Watches Wednesday 21st February

Specialist Clocks & Related Items Thursday 22nd & Friday 23rd February

March

Guitars & Musical Instruments Thursday 8th & Friday 9th March Watches & Jewellery Wednesday 21st March

Antique Furniture & Works of Art Thursday 22nd March Paintings & Prints Friday 23rd March

April

Vintage & General Sale Thursday 19th April

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CONDITIONS OF SALE The Auctioneer acts only as agent for the Seller (unless otherwise specifically declared). Lots sold are likely to have been subject to wear and tear caused by user or the effects of age and may therefore have faults and imperfections. Buyers are given ample opportunity at viewing times to examine lots to be sold and will be assumed to have done so. They must rely solely on their own skill or judgement as to whether lots are fit for any particular purpose. 1. Bids

All bids made shall be treated as offers made upon these Conditions of Sale and all persons present are admitted to a sale on the basis that they have notice of these Conditions. Online Bidding

Gardiner Houlgate offers an online bidding service via the-saleroom.com for bidders who cannot attend the sale. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and providing your card details and, unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Gardiner Houlgate, you: i) authorise Gardiner Houlgate, if they so wish, to charge the card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via the-saleroom.com, and

ii) confirm that you are authorised to provide these card details to Gardiner Houlgate through www.the-saleroom.com and agree that Gardiner Houlgate is entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale. Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price 2. Ascertainment of the Buyer

The Buyer shall be the person making the highest bid which is acceptable to the Auctioneer as signified by the fall of the hammer. No bid may be retracted. In the case of a dispute the Auctioneer may either declare the purchaser or put the lot up again. 3. Auctioneer's discretion

The Auctioneer has sole discretion, (a) to refuse any bid, (b) to advance the bidding as he may decide, (c) to withdraw or divide any lot or combine one lot with another or others, (d) to exclude any person from the auction rooms, and (e) to require pre-payment in full. 4. Reserves and Seller's right to bid

Lots put up for sale are subject, (a) to any reserve price imposed by the Seller, (b) the right of the Auctioneer to bid on behalf of the Seller, and (c) where no reserve has been imposed (but in no other case) for the Seller to bid personally or through any one agent. It is the responsibility of the Seller to ensure any reserves are received by the Auctioneer. 5. Buyer's Duties

The Buyer shall forthwith or as soon as possible after the sale, (a) supply his name and address, (b) supply, if so required, bank or other suitable references, (c) pay the full purchase price in a way acceptable to the Auctioneer, notwithstanding any prior arrangement for advance payment required by the Auctioneer, and (d) on proof of payment clear the lots purchased by the times specified. Lots may not be cleared during the sale except by permission of the Auctioneer.

50p per lot per day on any lot or lots uncleared by the time specified together with any removal expenses. In addition, interest will be charged at 2.5% per month or part thereof (34.4% APR) on any accounts that remain unpaid in part or full 1 week after the sale. Interest and storage will be charged from the date of sale. In addition, the Buyer shall be liable for all legal and court costs incurred by the Auctioneers in pursuit of payment from the Buyer. The Auctioneer reserves the right to refuse any cheques and will not release lots purchased until evidence has been received that any cheque accepted has been cleared. 13. Release of Goods

Payment and clearance should be made within seven days after the sale. Goods will not be released until fully payment has been received and a paid invoice produced. For clients arranging courier or third party collection: written instruction must be received by the purchaser; identification will be requested from the courier and their vehicle’s registration number taken. For security purposes our premises are monitored by 24 hour CCTV 14. Definitions and interpretation

In these conditions: (a) Reference to the 'the Auctioneer' shall be taken to mean the firm of Gardiner Houlgate or any director, partner or employee thereof at the time of sale; (b) Buyers shall be deemed to be the principals unless to the prior knowledge of the Auctioneer they are acting as agent on behalf of a named principal; (c) 'Forgery' means a lot (i) which is so constituted as deliberately to deceive when considered in the light of its catalogue description, and (ii) whose value as such is materially less that if it had complied with the catalogue description; (d) The Interpretation Act 1978 shall apply to the general construction of terms and expressions used in these Conditions as if contained in a statute. 15. law and Jurisdiction

These Conditions of sale are subject to English law, which shall apply to their construction as well as their effect. The Seller and Buyer agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts. 16. What is Temporary Importation?

Temporary Importation is a system that applies to lots which have been imported for sale from outside the Eu. It allows the point of importation to be delayed until after the sale at auction. These lots are indicated in catalogues by the use of the following symbol *

Only the Hammer Price will be treated as the import price and the Buyer’s Premium will be subject to uK domestic VAT at 20%. So whilst the Hammer Price will continue to be charged with Import VAT at 5% or 20” as appropriate, the Buyer’s Premium will always be charged with domestic VAT at 20%

Lots subject to Temporary Importation will be offered under the Auctioneer’s Margin Scheme and will be subject to import VAT of either 5% or 20% on the buyer’s Premium. Anyone who wishes to buy outside the Margin Scheme should notify us immediately. An invoice under the normal VAT rules and charging VAT at 20% on both Hammer and Premium will then be issued

6. Payments

Temporary Importation should affect only private individual buyers who are resident within the Eu. Anyone who is registered for VAT in the Eu should be able to recover the VAT on the Buyer’s Premium either on their VAT returns or through the 8th Directive Refund Scheme. Any non-Eu buyer who exports the lots from the Eu will be able to have the VAT refunded provided the appropriate export regulations are complied with

7. liability of the Auctioneer and Sellers

These items have been imported from outside the Eu to be sold at auction under temporary importation. When Gardiner Houlgate releases such property to buyers in the uK, the buyer will become the importer and must pay Gardiner Houlgate import VAT at 5% on the Hammer Price

Due to a recent rise in card fraud, we are no longer able to accept payments by credit or debit cards for ‘Customer not Present’ transactions at the discretion of the auctioneers. Card payments at the saleroom are still accepted, but must be supported by Chip and PIN Subject to Condition 8: (a) faults and imperfections (if any) are not stated in the catalogue and neither the Seller nor the Auctioneer is responsible for any defects whatsoever, (b) no warranty is given or authorised to be given by the Seller or the Auctioneer with regard to any lot other than the Seller's right to sell it, (c) any express or implied conditions or warranties relating to description or quality, are hereby excluded. 8. Catalogue Descriptions

Descriptive statements contained in the advertisements or catalogues or made up by the Auctioneer or any member of his staff should be taken as matters of opinion only, and shall not be taken as statement of fact.

i) Items in the catalogue are sold as seen. Where possible significant damage is mentioned, but this does not include all faults and imperfections. The absence of such reference does not imply that the lot is in good condition or free from restoration or repair. Condition reports are available upon request ii) ’Inscribed’ or ‘Signed’ does not imply that the lot is wholly or partly by that maker 9. Forgeries

Notwithstanding Conditions 6 and 7, if the Auctioneer receives notice in writing from the Buyer WITHIN 7 DAYS OF THE SALE that in his opinion a lot is a forgery (as defined in Condition 12) and on giving such notification the lot in question is returned to the Auctioneer at his working premises in the same condition as when bought, then if on considering such evidence as the Buyer supplies to prove his assertion, the Auctioneer decides that the lot is a forgery the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase price repaid to the Buyer. 10. Property in lots and risk

The Buyer shall not become the owner of any lot, and the Auctioneer shall have a lien thereon, until the Buyer has discharged the purchase price in full together with any other charges due, but after the fall of the hammer the risk of damage or loss shall nevertheless be the Buyer's. 11. The Premium

The Buyer shall pay to the Auctioneer a premium of 20% of the hammer price together with VAT on such premium. 12. Default by Buyer

If the Buyer fails to make payment in a way acceptable to the Auctioneer or to remove any lot or lots bought by him within 7 days of the auction or in any other material respect fail to comply with these conditions, the Auctioneer shall have the right, (a) to resell the lot or lots by public auction or otherwise without notice to the Buyer, and if any deficiency arises on such resale, after deducting the Auctioneer's full costs and expenses, the Buyer shall be responsible to the Auctioneer therefore (but any net surplus to be the Seller's) or, alternatively, (b) to store the lot at the Auctioneer's premises or elsewhere and to release the lot to the Buyer only after payment in full of the purchase price together with any other charges due. The Auctioneer reserves the right to charge storage of

17. Property sold with a * Symbol

These lots will be invoiced under the Auctioneer’s Margin Scheme. Gardiner Houlgate must bear VAT on the Buyer’s Premium and hence charge an amount in lieu of VAT at 20% on this Premium. This amount will form part of the Buyer’s Premium on our invoice and will not be separately identified VAT registered buyers from the Eu should note that the import VAT charged on property released in the uK cannot be cancelled or refunded by Gardiner Houlgate VAT registered buyers from the uK should note that the invoice issued by Gardiner Houlgate for these items is not suitable evidence in respect of import VAT

VAT registered buyers from the Eu countries may be able to seek repayment of the import VAT paid by applying to HM Revenue and Customs. On request, immediately after the sale, the office can either ask HM Revenue and Customs to generate a C79 certificate (for uK buyers), or obtain a copy of the import C88 (for other Eu VAT registered buyers), which may be used to claim recovery of the VAT. Otherwise Gardiner Houlgate may re-invoice the lot and charge VAT at 20% on both the Hammer Price and the Premium and provide a tax invoice to the buyer 18. CITES Restrictions

As of 2 January 2017, new laws came into effect to control the import and export of all items made with rosewood. Any lots containing any amount of rosewood will therefore be subject to restrictions when exporting outside of the Eu. It will be the buyer’s responsibility to make sure that the relevant paperwork is in place before shipping Some lots are sold with CITES article 10 certificates, allowing the commercial use of an item containing an endangered species. Lots subject to this are marked in the catalogue 19. Gemstones

Many gemstones have been treated in various ways to enhance their appearance. For example, sapphires and rubies are routinely heat treated and emerald treated with oils and resins. Some stones may require re-treating or oiling periodically. Enhancement affects market value and all Gardiner Houlgate estimates assume that gemstones may have been enhanced, in any case all lots are sold as seen and purchasers are deemed to have satisfied themselves as to condition and any possibly treatment of stones 20. Artists Resale Rights (or Droit de Suite)

On certain lots in the catalogue and which are sold for a hammer price of 1000 Euros or greater (converted into the currency of the sale using The Design and Artists Copyright Society threshold calculator on the date of the Sale) the Additional Premium will be the percentage of the amount of the Hammer Price calculated as follows: 0-50,000 Euros 50,000.01 to 200,000 200,000.01 to 350,000 350,000.01 to 500,000 Exceeding 500,000

4% 3% 1% 0.5% 0.25%


G ARDINER H OULGATE T H E B A T H A U C T I O N RO O M S DIRECTIONS TO OUR CORSHAM HEADQUARTERS M4 From

J17

From

London

J18

Bristol

A350

Chippenham

From Cross Keys

A46 A4

Corsham

A4

Bath Hare & Hounds From

Bath

Corsham

A4

On the A4 from Bath or Chippenham turn off at the mini roundabout by the Hare & Hounds Pub towards Corsham town centre, turn immediately right at the next mini roundabout into Valley Road. After one mile cross narrow railway bridge and round right angle bend. Turn left after 600 yards into Leafield Industrial Estate.

BATH AUCTION ROOMS

Go straight through the estate and take the last turning on the right beforemeeting the public road again, just past Linpac and opposite Corsham Print. The Bath Auction Rooms are at the end of the road facing you.

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Leafield Industrial Estate Leafield Environmental

Corsham Print

Neston

Total time from Junction 17 - 10-15 minutes Total time from central Bath - 15 minutes Travelling by Train - we recommend Chippenham Station

Gardiner Houlgate, 9 Leafield Way, Corsham, Nr Bath SN13 9SW Telephone: 01225 812912 Fax: 01225 811777

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