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SPECIALIST CLOCKS & R ELATED I TEMS T hURsdAy 21 sT &­F RIdAy 22 Nd F ebRUARy 2019 AT

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TO­INCLUde: Lot 1336 - Good early brass hook and spike balance wheel lantern clock Estimate £7,500 - £9,500

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Wristwatches Wednesday 20th February 2019 at 11.00am


Wednesday 20th February 2019 at 11am Full identification is required to view the sale During the auction lots will be shown via video screen in the Blue Room Condition reports are available upon request. You are strongly advised to request these reports prior to bidding if you are unable to personally view.

Order of Sale Omega Rolex Tudor Patek Philippe Breitling Cartier Heuer and Tag Heuer Zenith Vacheron & Constantin IWC Longines Jaeger LeCoultre Other Quality Brands Military Watches Wristwatch Parts & Accessories

Lots 1-41 Lots 43-85 Lots 86-92 Lots 93-98 Lots 99-105 Lots 106-107 Lots 108-116 Lots 117-119 Lot 120-123 Lots 124-128 Lots 129-141 Lots 142-144 Lots 146-217 Lots 221-242 Lots 249-307

Pocket Watches

Lots 308-450

Pocket Watch Accessories Pocket Watches – Mixed Lots, Lots for Repair Watchmaker’s Workshop

Lots 451-483 Lots 484-545

OMegA­­ 1. Omega Seamaster automatic ‘bumper’ stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 2782-35C, circa 1952/53, serial no. 13963440, circular silvered dial with applied baton markers, centre seconds and dauphine hands, cal. 354 17 jewel movement, the case back with the Omega emblem, stainless steel bracelet with an Omega clasp, 35mm £300-500 2. Omega Constellation Chronometer automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 168.016, circa 1969, serial no. 28758416, circular silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and day/date apertures, cal. 752 24 jewel movement, black strap, 35mm £300-500 3. Omega Constellation Chronometer Megasonic 720Hz octagonal cased gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref, CD 198 0039, circa 1973, serial no. 36247890, circular champagne dial with baton markers, outer minute markers, day/date apertures and centre seconds, quick set date, cal. 1230 18 jewel unadjusted movement, modern brown leather strap, quartz, 38mm £80-120

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4. Omega Seamaster Chronostop oversized stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 145.008, circa 1966, serial no. 2343xxxx, the black dial with inner bezel slide, baton markers and orange centre seconds, cal. 865 17 jewel movement, Omega bracelet, 41mm £900-1200 5. Omega Genéve automatic gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 166.041, circa 1969, serial no. 28697794, circular silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 565 24 jewel movement, black strap, 35mm £140-180

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6. Omega Constellation Chronometer automatic stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 168.046, circa 1970, serial no. 30122925, circular silvered dial branded ‘Turler’, with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1002 movement, tonneau case with Omega bracelet, 36mm **with Omega service pouch £300-500


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7. Omega Constellation calendar stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, fixed bezel with Roman numerals, signed white dial with dot markers, centre seconds and subsidiary day and date dials, quartz, Omega strap and buckle, 34mm *case **recently serviced and overhauled £300-500 8. Omega Genéve Megaquartz 32KHz gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 1960030, circa 1972, serial no. 35858419, circular bronze dial with baton markers, minute markers, day/date apertures and centre seconds, cal. 1310 8 jewel unadjusted movement, tonneau shaped case, Omega bracelet, quartz, 39mm £100-150 9. Omega Seamaster automatic 18k gentleman’s wristwatch, case ref. 579031, circa 1962, serial no. 1940xxxx, circular silvered dial with baton markers, dauphine hands, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 562 24 jewel movement, the case back with Seamaster emblem, modern Omega tan strap with plated buckle, 34mm £600-800 10. Rare vintage Omega Railmaster stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 2914-6 SC, circa 1961, serial no. 1871xxxx, Plexiglass, the black dial with Arabic quarter numerals, dagger baton markers and centre seconds, dauphine hands, cal. 285 17 jewel movement, with anti-magnetic dust cover and engraved ‘seahorse’ case back, black leather strap, 38mm **with Omega box £6500-7500

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11. Omega 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch, Birmingham 1954, serial no. 41485069, silvered dial with baton markers and date aperture, cal. 1030 17 jewel movement, modern tan leather strap, 33mm £200-300 12. Omega Constellation Chronometer Megasonic 720Hz octagonal gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. CD 198 0039, circa 1973, serial no. 36245408, circular champagne dial with baton markers, minute markers, day/date apertures and centre seconds, cal. 1230 18 jewel unadjusted movement, modern tan leather strap, quartz, 38mm £80-120 13. Omega Seamaster Polaris chronograph stainless steel and gold gentleman’s bracelet watch, circa 1991, serial no. 53103681, quartz, 39mm **with an Omega service box and outer cover £400-600 14. Omega Seamaster 600 stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 136.011, circa 1964, serial no. 21714040, textured silvered dial with applied baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 611 17 jewel movement, black leather strap with folding clasp, 34mm £250-350 15. Omega Speedmaster Professional chronograph ‘Moon’ stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 145022-71, circa 1970, serial no. 31622xxx, black tachymeter bezel insert, black dial with chronograph centre seconds and triple subsidiary dials, cal. 861 17 jewel movement with dust cover, the case back with Speedmaster emblem and NASA inscription, Omega bracelet, bezel 40mm diameter (movement requires attention) £2000-3000

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16. Omega Speedmaster Racing Co-Axial Chronometer stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 32632405006001, circa 2015, serial no. 86803152, cal. 3330 automatic movement, original rubber band with folding clasp, 40mm **with boxes and related papers, originally purchased in 2015 £1500-2000 17. Omega Constellation Chronometer automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 2852 8SC, circa 1956-57, serial no. 1576xxxx, silvered pie-pan dial with dagger markers, dauphine hands and sweep centre, cal. 505 24 jewel movement, brown leather strap, 35mm £400-600 19

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18. Omega Speedmaster chronograph automatic stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. ST 3750032, circa 1985/86, tachymeter bezel, black dial with baton markers, chronograph centre seconds and triple subsidiary dials, cal. 1140 movement, Omega bracelet, bezel 37mm diameter

20. Omega Constellation Double Eagle Co-Axial stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 12132445201001, serial no. 8489xxxx, cal. 3890 movement, rubber band, 44mm

**with Omega service pouch £1300-1800

**excellent condition with the original boxes and related documents £3000-3500

19. Omega Planet Ocean 600M stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 22085000, circa 2012, serial no. 81111xxx, 45.5mm **with Omega box, Warranty Card, Pictograms Card, Chronometer Certificate originally purchased from Mappin & Webb, London £1500-2000

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21. Omega oversized stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 2272, circa late 1940s, serial no. 11528380, black dial with Arabic quarter numerals and baton markers and subsidiary seconds, cal. 260 movement, tan leather strap, 38mm £350-450


22. Omega Geneve Chronometer Electronic f300Hz gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 198.030, circa 1972, serial no. 34865410, circular champagne dial with baton markers, minute markers, date aperture and centre seconds, quick set date, Omega cal. 1250 / ESA cal. 9162 unadjusted tuning fork movement marked ‘LIC. Bulova & PAT. ESA’, modern black leather strap, quartz, 38mm (hour adjustment requires attention) £80-120 23. Omega Constellation Chronometer automatic 18k gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 23 168.010/11, circa 1967, serial no. 2565xxxx, silvered pie-pan dial with applied baton markers, dauphine hands, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 564 24 jewel adjusted five position movement, black strap, 35mm £1400-1800

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24. Omega gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 111.046, circa 1966, serial no. 23430775, signed circular silvered dial with baton markers, cal. 620 17 jewel movement, black strap, 32mm £150-200 25. Rare Omega oversized chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 2393, circa 1940, serial no. 9386xxx, silvered dial with Arabic numerals, chronograph centre seconds and subsidiary thirty minute recording dial and constant seconds, cal. 33.3CH 17 jewel movement, circular case with flat pushers and angled lugs, no. 9977xxx, tan leather strap, 37.5mm £2000-3000 26. Omega Speedmaster chronograph automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 175 0032.1 175 0033.1, serial no. 556xxxxx, red dial with baton markers, subsidiary constant seconds, thirty minute recording and hour dials, yellow chronograph centre seconds, fixed black bezel with tachymeter scale, cal. 1143 45 jewel movement, modern red leather strap, 39mm **Omega Speedmaster ‘tyre’ box with outer cardboard cover, operating instructions and service centre booklets £800-1000 27. Omega 18k rectangular lady’s bracelet watch, ref. 511212, circa 1968, serial no. 26101922, the silvered dial with baton markers, cal. 484 17 jewel movement, on an associated 9ct mesh link bracelet, 24gm in total, 14mm **together with the original box and an insurance valuation for £685 dated 1981 £240-280

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28. Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Co-Axial Master Chronometer stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 22010412102001, circa 2017, serial no. 8899xxxx, silvered baton dial with baton markers, date aperture and orange sweep centre seconds, Co-Axial 8900 automatic movement with exhibition back, 41mm **Excellent condition with presentation boxes, related card documents and copy of sale receipt purchased from Mallory of Bath 2017 £2000-3000 29. Omega Speedmaster chronograph automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 3813.50CL, circa 1999, serial no. 575xxxxx, fixed bezel, black dial with triple subsidiary dials, chronograph centre seconds and date aperture, black strap with Omega buckle, 39mm **with International Warranty card dated 2002 £800-1000 GARDINER HOuLGATE

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30. Rare Omega Planet Ocean Seamaster 600m ‘SAS Edition’ stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 22005200, circa 2018, no. 879xxxxx, black dial with luminous inlaid silver markers and “arrow” hands, quarter Arabic numerals, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, Co-Axial chronometer automatic movement, the case with sixty minute rotating bezel and helium escape valve, the case back engraved with SAS insignia and signed ‘22 Special Air Service’ with unique ZAP code, the side of case engraved with the SAS motto “Always A Little Further”, Seamaster bracelet, 45.5mm **This is a very rare opportunity to purchase this fine investment piece in new and unworn condition, with boxes and related cards. **Entered for sale by the former SAS soldier serving from 1979-1991, eight years as Rank of Trooper. This piece was later issued by Omega in 2018, following a personal request after the soldier’s original was stolen during a burglary. Following confirmation of the soldier’s credentials, Omega produced this piece as a replacement. **These watches were exclusively for members serving in the British Army 22 SAS Regiment based in Hereford. Each piece has an individual ZAP code to identify each watch with the original owner. The case backs are engraved with the SAS winged dagger badge insignia and the motto “Always A Little Further” has been laser engraved into the side of the case, it is thought as few as 300 were issued £10000-15000

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31. Omega 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1962, serial no. 19201068, brushed silvered dial with applied baton markers, dauphine hands and subsidiary seconds, cal. 268 17 jewel movement, modern brown strap, 34mm £250-350 32. Omega Constellation Electroquartz f8192Hz rectangular shaped stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 196.0014, circa 1972, circular silvered dial with baton markers, minute markers, date aperture at the six position and centre seconds, cal. 1301 13 jewel unadjusted movement, no. 34237195, Omega black leather strap with Omega buckle, quartz, 37.5mm **box £150-250 33. Omega Constellation Chronometer automatic 18k gentleman’s wristwatch, case ref. 1683004, circa 1964, serial no. 2130xxxx, circular pie-pan dial with baton markers, dauphine hands, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 561 24 jewel movement adjusted five positions, black leather strap with Omega plated, 35.5mm £800-1200 34. Omega Seamaster Cosmic automatic stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, circular silvered dial with baton markers and sweep centre seconds, Omega bracelet, 34mm £200-300 35. Pair of Omega Constellation Chronometer automatic bicolour lady’s and gentleman’s bracelet watches, each with silvered dial, baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, integral bracelets, the gentleman’s watch 34mm, lady’s watch 25mm (gentleman’s watch in need of repair) (2) £600-700

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41. Fine Omega Seamaster 300 automatic ‘Staybrite’ steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 14755-61 SC, circa 1962, serial no. 19984976, Bakelite sixty minute bezel divided in ten minute intervals, black dial with luminous markers, pencil hands and sweep centre seconds, cal. 552 24 jewel movement, Huguenin Frères trademark, original ref. 7912 flat link bracelet with no. 6 end links, the clasp dated ‘4.64’, bezel 39mm diameter £3000-5000

43. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner (metres first) stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 5513, circa 1967, serial no. 165xxxx , black rotating bezel, metres first ‘Swiss-T<25’ black dial marked ‘200m = 660ft, with dot and baton markers, sweep centre seconds and Mercedes style hands, cal. 1520 26 jewel movement, screw-down crown, inside case back dated ‘II.67’, original riveted Oyster expanding bracelet dated ‘2/68’, bezel 40mm diameter **with the original Rolex box and sales tag **The property of a former Royal Air Force officer who later became a civilian pilot and subsequently a diving instructor and examiner of the British Sub-Aqua Club **Included is a scanned copy of the BEA (British European Airways) July 1969 magazine, page 24 with an article titled ‘From Comets to Corals’ written by the former owner detailing his involvement in the Jezirat Faraun (Pharaoh’s island) undersea archaeological survey in 1968. Also a scanned photograph of him during the dive wearing this watch, and his own personal images taken during the survey £8000-12000

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ROLex 44. Rolex Precision 18k lady’s bracelet watch, the dial with baton markers, signed cal. 1400 movement, signed inside case, no. 2199, 18k bracelet, 30.3gm, 20mm (at fault) £600-800 45. Rolex 18k white gold gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1920s, serial no. 1450323, the tonneau silvered quartered two-tone dial with Arabic numerals, Prima 15 jewel timed 6 position movement, tonneau engraved decorated case, black strap, 23.5mm £1500-2000

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46. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Chronometer ‘bubble-back’ gold capped and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 6334, circa 1953, serial no. 983xxx, honeycomb silvered dial with Arabic quarter numerals, dagger batons and sweep centre seconds, tan leather strap, 35mm £1000-1500 47. Rolex 9ct rectangular gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1928, signed silvered dial with exaggerated Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, case ref. 758 1186, 38mm x 23mm **within a vintage box £1800-2200 48. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust bubble back stainless steel and gold gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 5075, circa 1960, serial no. 613xxx, gold bezel, circular silvered dial with applied baton markers, sweep centre seconds and red date aperture, movement no. 69460, faux shagreen strap, 36mm £3200-3800 49. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust gold and stainless steel lady’s bracelet watch, ref. 6917, circa 1979, serial no. 6146xxx, milled bezel, silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, jubilee bracelet, 25mm £1200-1600 50. Rolex Oyster Perpetual 14k pink gold ‘bubble-back’ gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 3131, circa 1946, serial no. 474xxx, silvered dial with baton markers, dauphine hands and sweep centre seconds, movement no. M30xxx, modern tan leather strap, 32mm £2000-3000

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51. Rare Rolex gold and stainless steel mid-size rectangular curved wristwatch, ref. 2535, circa 1927, serial no. 20xxx, signed silver crisscross dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 15 jewel movement, wire-lug case, modern strap with Rolex buckle, 20mm £1200-1800

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52. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date stainless steel lady’s bracelet watch, ref. 79160, circa 2003/2004, serial no. F68xxxx, polished bezel blue dial and date aperture, jubilee bracelet, 26mm **with original boxes, tag and guarantee papers, purchased from Goldsmiths in July 2005 £1800-2200

53. Rare Rolex ‘Pre-Oyster’ Hermetic silver wire-lug wristwatch, ref. 397, import hallmarks London 1923, circular dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, 15 jewel timed six positions for all climates Rolex Prima movement, inscribed inner case back, Hermetic screw front case with fluted bezel, case maker W&D (Wilsdorf & Davis), 32mm (no strap) **See Dowling & Hess The Best of Time Rolex Wristwatches, An Unauthorized History, page 46 for similar reference to the model. **Green Rolex pouch and Rolex service note dated 26/04/2016 £1200-1800

54. Rolex 9ct and enamel lady’s bracelet watch, silvered dial, the enamelled hinged case front with Arabic numerals, signed movement, signed hinged case back, mesh bracelet, 16.9gm, 24mm **leather ‘J.B. Inglis & Sons, Coney Street, York’ case £150-250

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53 55. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust Turn-O-Graph stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 1625, circa 1966, serial no. 150xxxx, rotating bezel, the black dial with polished baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1570 26 jewel movement, 36mm £3500-4500 56. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust 18ct lady’s wristwatch, ref. 6517, circa 1971, serial no. 291xxxx, champagne dial with after-market diamond markers and set bezel, black leather Rolex strap with 18k buckle, bezel 26mm diameter £2300-2600


57. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust gold and stainless steel lady’s bracelet watch, ref. 179173, circa 2003, serial no. F711xxx, diamond set mother of pearl dial with date aperture and sweep centre seconds, jubilee bracelet, 26mm **with Rolex box £2000-3000

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58. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Explorer stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 1016, circa 1972, serial no. 296xxxx, matt black ‘Swiss T<25’ dial with baton markers, outer minute markers, sweep centre seconds and Mercedes hands, screw-down crown, cal. 1570 26 jewel adjusted five positions and temperature movement, signed inside case numbered 1016 and dated I.72, later Rolex jubilee bracelet, ref. 62510H with 502 end links, 36mm **Rolex green leather box, ref. 10 00 1 £4000-6000

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59. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust 36 gold and stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 116233, circa 2014, serial no. SS6xxxx, fluted bezel and white dial, jubilee bracelet, 36mm **Excellent condition with original boxes and related documents. Purchased in December 2014 from A. Fattorini, Harrogate £4500-5500

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60. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona gold and stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 116523, circa 2014, serial no. T79xxxxx, white dial, Oysterlock bracelet , bezel 38mm diameter **presented in excellent condition with original boxes and related documents. Purchased in June 2014 **ref. 116503 RRP £13,000 £9000-12000

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61. Rolex 18k bicolour tonneau gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 870, import hallmarks for Glasgow 1928, serial no. 61xxx, signed silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, Prima 15 jewel movement timed for six positions for all climates, black strap, 28mm £1800-2200 62. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust gold and stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 16233, circa 1997, serial no. u55xxxx, fluted bezel, champagne dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, Oyster bracelet, 35mm

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**with original Rolex boxes and chronometer papers, purchased from Goldsmiths Group 13/4/2000, tags and green wallets with Datejust booklet £2000-3000 63. Rolex Cellini 18k gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 3833, circa 1972, serial no. 3744xxx, circular champagne dial with baton markers, cal. 1600 19 jewel movement, leather strap with Rolex plated buckle, 31mm diameter £1000-1500 65 64. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 1603, circa 1970, serial no. 282xxxx, milled bezel and silvered dial, Oyster bracelet with non-Rolex clasp, 35mm £1800-2200 65. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner Date ‘Hulk’ stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 116610 LV, circa 2013, serial no. O8RR9xxxx, green ceramic bezel insert and green dial with dot markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, sapphire crystal, Oyster bracelet, bezel 40mm **Fine watch in excellent ‘as new’ condition, with the original boxes, tags and Guarantee card purchased from Mallory of Bath in August 2013 £6000-9000

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66. Rolex Oyster Precision stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 6425, circa 1964, serial no. 111xxxx, milled bezel, black dial with applied polished dauphine markers, dauphine hands and centre seconds, 17 jewel movement, brown leather strap, 35mm £1400-1800 67. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust 18k white gold mid-size bracelet watch, ref. 68279, circa 1982, serial no. 7622139, fluted bezel, salmon dial with Roman numerals, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 2130 29 jewel movement, president bracelet, 30mm **with the original Rolex box and scarf £3000-4000

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68. Rare Rolex Oyster Perpetual Explorer II stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch with the rare ivory ‘rail’ dial, ref. 16550, circa 1987, serial no. 958xxxx,with fixed bezel, ivory coloured dial with sweep centre seconds, GMT red hand and date aperture, cal. 3085 27 jewel movement, no. 1496525, ref. 93150 Oyster bracelet with 593 end links, 42mm **with original box, tags and all related paper documents, purchased from Bowdens & Sons, Plymouth 7th October 1988. Serviced by Rolex in 1993, when a new sapphire and bracelet flip lock clasp (original retained) were fitted. Last serviced by Rolex in September 2014, with service box, pouch an guarantee cards. **The watch was reputedly worn by the owner during ‘Desert Storm’ in 1991. **The cream dial is the most sought-after version of all reference 16550 wristwatches. The rail dial is distinguished by the symmetric division of the two lines below the centre: “Superlative” and “Officially” to the left, clearly separated by a vertical space and “Chronometer” and “Certified” to the right. £10000-15000

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73. Rolex Oyster Perpetual 18k lady’s wristwatch, ref. 6803, circa 1970, serial no. 2555xxxx, textured bezel, silvered dial with baton markers and sweep centre seconds, cal. 1161 26 jewel movement, black strap, 25mm £400-600

69. Rolex Chronometre oversized 18k gold gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 4364, circa 1959, serial no. 477xxx, silvered dial with baton markers, dauphine hands and centre seconds, 18 jewel timed six position movement, no. E29xxx, circular case with teardrop scroll lugs, leather strap with a Rolex buckle, 37mm £1500-2000

74. Rolex Oyster ‘bubble-back’ silver mid-size wristwatch, import hallmarks for Glasgow 1928, milled bezel, engine turned silver dial with Roman numerals, moon hands and subsidiary seconds dial, Prima 15 jewel movement timed six positions, octagonal wirelug case with a screw back, modern black strap with Rolex buckle, 32mm £1700-2000

70. Rare Rolex Oyster Perpetual ‘Red Stella Oman Dial’ Day-Date 18ct gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 18038, circa 1982, serial no. 744xxxx, the pepita red dial printed in green with the national emblem of the Sultanate of Oman, with baton markers, sweep centre seconds, day and date apertures, fluted bezel, President bracelet, 36mm **In fine condition and with the original papers, tags and box **Provenance: the watch was gifted to the present owner by his father. It was a gift to him from the The Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said, he was a serving RAF office in the Sultan of Oman’s Air Force in the early 1980s. Today known as the Royal Air Force of Oman £6000-10000 71. Rolex silver cushion cased mid-size wire-lug wristwatch, import hallmarks for London 1923, serial no. 824736, silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, Rebberg for Rolex movement, leather strap, 26.5mm (movement at fault) £100-200

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72. Rare Rolex Oyster Perpetual Explorer stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 6350, serial no. 95xxxx, circa 1953, gilt black honeycomb ‘Swiss’ dial with quarter Arabic numerals, baton markers, gilt text and minute track, sweep centre seconds and Mercedes hands, cal. 775 movement signed ‘Rolex Perpetual, Swiss Made Patented’, no. 462xx, signed inside case numbered 6350 and dated IV.53, Oyster bracelet stamped ‘3.60’ to the clasp, 36mm £10000-15000

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75. Fine Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona Everose 18ct gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 116515LN, circa 2013, serial no. G86xxxx, chocolate dial, black leather strap with 18ct folding clasp, 40mm **This fine example is offered in excellent condition bearing original factory labels, with tags, box and related documents. Purchased in May 2013 from George Pragnell, Stratford Upon Avon **the current RRP £22,500 £14000-18000

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76. Rolex Oyster Perpetual stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 1002, circa 1965, serial no. 125xxxx, silvered dial with baton markers and centre seconds, cal. 1570 26 jewel movement, inside case back dated ‘’III.65’, ref. 78350 Oyster bracelet, 34mm £900-1200 77. Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master II “root-beer” gold and stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 16713, circa 1991, serial no. N429xxx, gold “‘root beer” bezel, champagne Serti dial with ruby quarter markers and diamond dot markers, Mercedes hands with GMT hand, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 3185 movement, inside case back ref. 16710, jubilee bracelet, bezel 40mm diameter **with Rolex box **Reference 16713 was in production from approximately 1989 to 2006 with different variations of the dial and bezels produced. The bezel is given the nickname “Root Beer” because of the brown and cream colour for the inserts, which has a resemblance to the popular soda pop. The current watch is further enhanced with a dial set with the ruby and diamond-set numerals £4500-6500 78. Rolex 18k cushion cased mid-size wristwatch, import hallmarks for Glasgow 1924, signed silvered criss-cross dial branded ‘Windsor Bishop Norwich’, with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and Mercedes hands, Extra Prima movement timed six positions for all climates, case ref. 9176, modern strap with Rolex buckle, 27mm £1000-1500

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79. Rolex stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch head for repair, ref. 4444, circa 1945, serial no. 357130, signed silvered dial with Arabic numerals and blued steel hands, 15 jewels, 32mm £200-400


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80. Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 1675, circa 1967, serial no. 170xxxx, rotating faded ‘Pepsi’ fuchsia bezel, Mark I black dial ‘Swiss-T<25’ dial with luminous markers, red GMT hands, Mercedes hands and date aperture, cal. 157026 jewel movement, no. D031xxx, inside case back dated ‘II.67’, ref. 7836 Oyster bracelet with the clasp dated ‘I.71’, bezel 40mm diameter **This fine vintage watch purchased with one owner from new comes complete with the original Rolex box and outer cover, stamped Guarantee and Service booklet purchased from Barrie Curtis (Jewellers) Ltd on the 18th October 1968 for £98.10; also with the original Chronometer Certificate. The photograph depicting the current owner wearing the watch in Paris in 1970 £8000-12000 81. Rolex Oyster mid-size stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 3980, circa 1940s, serial no. 22xxxx, silvered dial marked ‘Speedking Precision’ with gilt Arabic numerals and dagger markers, outer minute markers and black centre seconds, signed 15 jewel movement, screw case stamped ‘Brevetee, Rolex S.A. Geneve Suisse, 31 Victories, Haute Precision’ to the inside, screw-down crown marked ‘Rolex Oyster’, modern non Rolex bicolour bracelet, 30mm (requires attention) £200-400

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82. Rolex Oysterdate Precision mid-size stainless steel bracelet watch, ref. 6466, circa 1973, serial no. 3854xxx, black dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, 1225 17 jewel movement, Oyster bracelet, 30mm **with original guarantee paper dated 1979 £700-1000 83. Rolex Precision stainless steel lady’s wristwatch, ref. 1815, circa 1949, serial no. 600270, the signed circular white dial with Arabic numerals, dagger markers and subsidiary seconds, Precision 17 jewel movement in a circular case with scroll lugs, 23mm (movement at fault) £120-180 84. Rolex 18k white gold and diamond set lady’s wristwatch, import hallmarks for Glasgow 1926, silvered tonneau dial with Arabic numerals, stylised pierced diamond set hinged lugs case, Prima timed six position 15 jewel movement, case ref. 106 26293, 41mm x 16mm (some diamonds missing, movement at fault) £80-120

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85. Extremely rare Rolex Oyster Perpetual ‘Big Crown’ Submariner stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch with the ‘Explorer dial’, ref. 6538, circa 1958, serial no. 426xxx, the bezel with black calibrated insert, ‘Swiss’ black dial with luminous 3-6-9 numerals and outer minute track, baton markers, Mercedes hands and centre seconds, ‘Brevet’ big crown, cal. 1030 25 jewel adjusted five position movement, no. 556xxx, the inside case back dated ‘’IV. 1958’, ref. 7206 riveted Oyster bracelet, bezel 37mm diameter **with a Rolex box and green wallet, no papers. **For reference a similar model sold at Christie’s New York in June 2018 for USD 1,068,500 £100000-150000

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TUdOR­­ 86. Tudor Prince Oysterdate Rotor Self-Winding gold plated lady’s bracelet watch, ref. 9230/1, circa 1976, serial no. 848572, champagne dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, 23mm (wear to the plate) £80-120 87. Tudor 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch, Edinburgh 1968, case no. 31273, silvered dial with gilt quarter Arabic numerals and baton markers, minute markers and subsidiary seconds, signed 17 jewel movement, inside case signed Rolex, RWC, inscribed case back, black leather strap stamped Rolex, 32mm £200-300 88. Tudor Royal 9ct lady’s gold bracelet watch, Birmingham 1963, silvered dial with applied Arabic numerals and dauphine hands, 17 jewel movement, on an associated herringbone bracelet, 20.4gm, 17mm £150-200

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89. Tudor Oyster-Prince Submariner Rotor SelfWinding stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 7928, circa 1964, serial no. 571xxx, the black ‘T Swiss T’ dial with Mercedes style hands and centre seconds, gilt text ‘200m=660ft Submariner’ , cal. 390 17 jewel movement, the case back dated ‘III.64’, black leather strap, bezel 39.5mm diameter £3000-5000 90. Tudor Prince Oysterdate Submariner ‘Snowflake’ stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 9410/0, circa 1970, serial no. 961xxx, blue rotating bezel, blue dial marked ‘200m=660ft’, cal. 2843-2 25 jewel movement, ref. 93150 Oyster bracelet, bezel 40mm diameter (case back inscribed) £3000-5000 91. Tudor Prince Date Chrono Time automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 79260P, circa 1999, serial no. H15xxxx, silvered dial with chronograph centre seconds, baton makers, triple subsidiary dials and date aperture, grey leather strap, 42mm £1800-2200

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92. Tudor Advisor alarm stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 10050, circa 1982, serial no. 979xxx, circular silvered dial with baton markers, red alarm indicator and centre seconds, 7835 Oyster bracelet, 35.5mm *with Tudor box £2200-2600

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95. Fine Patek Philippe Grand Complications Perpetual Calendar 18ct gentleman’s wristwatch with moon phase, ref. 5140J, serial no. 472xxxx, sold in March 2010, pale champagne dial with applied polished pointed baton hour markers, outer dot minute divisions, triple subsidiary dials indicating day combined with twenty-four hour display, month combined with leap year indication, and phases of the moon combined with date, faceted polished lance hands, exhibition glazed back (also with the original spare solid case back), cal. 240/114 27 jewel automatic movement with gold micro-rotor, adjusted to heat, cold, isochronism and five positions, free sprung Gyromax balance, Seal of Geneva, no.3680xxx, Patek Philippe black leather strap with 18k gold folding clasp, 37mm **Private provenance purchased from Mallory of Bath in 2010. Complete with the full set of papers including the Certificate of Origin, original purchase receipt for in excess of £40,000, presentation watch winding box and the Patek Philippe Collection 2009-2010 catalogue £20000-30000

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PATek­PhILIPPe­­ 93. Patek Philippe 18k rose gold gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 1432, circa 1943, serial no. 632.xxx, the square bronze dial with Roman numerals, baton markers and subsidiary seconds, calibre 10 105 manual movement, no. 901xxx, Patek Philippe leather strap with a later plated buckle *with pouch and Extract From the Archives certificated dated February 28th 2018 £4000-5000 94. Patek Philippe Calatrava 18ct gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 2545, circa 1955-60, case ref. 308xxx, signed circular dial with baton markers, dauphine hands and subsidiary seconds dial, cal. 12-40018 jewel movement, no. 726xxx, green leather strap with the original PP 18k buckle, 32mm £3000-5000 95. See left 96. Patek Philippe pink gold and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref 1535/1, circa 1949, serial no. 651xxx, square silvered dial with applied Arabic numerals, dot markers and subsidiary seconds, 10’’’200 movement, 952xxx, two body case with teardrop lugs, PP black leather strap with 18k buckle, 25mm **with Extract From the Archives certificate dated March 2012 £2500-3500

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97. Patek Philippe 18k Calatrava gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 96, circa 1940s, serial no. 300xxx, silvered dial with applied gold baton markers and subsidiary seconds, dauphine hands, movement no. 960xxx, leather strap, 32mm £2500-3500 98. Patek Philippe 18k gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 3459, circa 1963, serial no. 792xxx, circular silvered dial with outer dot markers within an hour marked polished bezel, cal. 23.300 18 jewel movement, PP leather strap with the 18k buckle, 32mm **with the Guarantee certificate £1800-2500

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101. Breitling SuperOcean automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. A17390, serial no. 918xxx, rotating bezel, silvered dial with Arabic quarter numerals, luminous dot markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, black leather strap with Breitling buckle, bezel 44mm £800-1200


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102. Breitling SuperOcean Heritage chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. A13320, circa 2015, serial no. 2733xxx, blue rotating bezel, blue dial with baton markers, chronograph centre seconds, date aperture and triple subsidiary dials, Breitling mesh bracelet, bezel 46mm diameter *together with all the presentation boxes and related documents, purchased from Beaverbrooks in 2015 for £4270 £2000-3000 103. Breitling chronograph gold plated gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 1191, circa 1950, serial no. 752xxx, signed silvered dial with Arabic numerals and baton markers, chronograph centre seconds with subsidiary thirty minute recording and constant seconds dials, signed Venus 188 17 jewel movement, tan leather strap, 36mm £700-1000 104. See next page

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105. Breitling chronograph gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 178, circa 1945, serial no. 588xxx, silvered dial with red centre seconds, Arabic numerals and subsidiary forty-five minute recording dial over constant seconds, 17 jewel movement, 35mm (strap at fault) £250-350

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104. Rare Breitling Unitime chronograph stainless steel gentlemanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wristwatch, ref. 1765, circa 1969, serial no. 127xxxx, rotating black bezel, the circular black dial with Arabic twenty-four hour numerals, chronograph centre seconds and triple subsidiary dials, 17 jewel Venus cal. 178 manual wind movement, black leather strap, bezel 42.5mm diameter (at fault) ÂŁ10000-12000

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CARTIeR­­ 106. Cartier 18k three-colour gold mid-size wristwatch, circa 1990, no. 81045xxxx, silvered dial with blue sword hands within a polished octagonal form case, 4 jewel cal. 157 quartz movement, black strap, 27mm (movement at fault) £700-900 107. Cartier Tank Francaise Chronoflex stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 2303, serial no. 1588xxxx, silvered dial with Roman numerals, chronograph centre seconds and triple subsidiary dials, sapphire cabouchon crown, quartz, 28mm **with Cartier pouch £1000-1500

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108. Tag Heuer 2000 Series stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 972.006, quartz, 39mm £80-120 109. NO LOT 110. Tag Heuer 2000 Series stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 962.206R, serial no. M36555, rotating bezel, silvered dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, quartz, 40mm *together with the original box, International Guarantee and instruction booklet (outer cardboard box cover missing) £140-180 111. Tag Heuer Link Chronometer automatic stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. WJF5111, serial no. 226601, silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, 41mm *together with the original box and instruction booklet (no card) £250-350

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112. Heuer Diver Quartz stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 980.021, serial no. 6182W20, rotating bezel, black dial with green luminous markers, centre seconds and date aperture, NATO type striped band, 45mm £500-800

114. Heuer Carrera chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 3647S, circa 1966-67, serial no. 74xxx, silvered dial with chronograph centre seconds, baton markers, twin subsidiary dials and marked ‘T Swiss’, signed Valjoux 92 movement, black leather strap, 36mm £2000-3000

113. Heuer Camaro chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 7220, circa 1960s, serial no. 97xxx, signed circular dial with chronograph centre seconds, baton markers and triple subsidiary dials, marked ‘Swiss T’, signed Valjoux 72 17 jewel movement, black strap, 37mm £2000-3000

115. Rare Heuer Autavia ‘Rindt’ chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 2446, circa 1960s, serial no. 95xxx, rotating black bezel, third generation black dial with baton markers, chronograph centre seconds and triple subsidiary silvered dials, signed Valjoux 72 17 jewel movement, black strap, bezel 39mm diameter £7000-10000

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116. Heuer Autavia chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch retailed by Gubelin, ref. 3646, circa 1969, serial no. 82480, third execution black dial with applied polished baton hour markers, chronograph centre seconds and subsidiary dials for forty-five minute recording and constant seconds, black calibrated bezel, Valjoux cal. 92 17 jewel movement, later leather strap, bezel 39mm diameter £12000-15000

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117. Zenith quartz 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1996, case ref. 330080226, white dial with baton markers, date aperture and centre seconds, black strap, 33mm

120. Vacheron & Constantin Harmony stainless steel mid size bracelet watch, ref. 71201, the silvered dial with the Saudi Arabian national emblem, serial no. 567xxx, quartz, 23mm £3000-4000

*fine condition with original box and International Guarantee card purchased February 1996 £120-180 118. Zenith Epervier chronograph automatic gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 19.0130.400, rotating bezel, blue dial with Arabic numerals, chronograph centre seconds, date aperture and triple subsidiary dials, cal. 400 31 jewel movement, blue leather strap with Zenith buckle, bezel 39mm diameter £200-300 119. Zenith 18ct white gold diamond set lady’s cocktail watch, circa 1968, small silvered dial with baton markers, diamond set bezel, integral bracelet, 19.6gm, 15mm *together with the original box and guarantee certificate £450-550

121. Vacheron & Constantin fine 18k two-colour gold wristwatch with concealed dial, ref. 10003, case no. 679xxx, circa 1999, limited edition no. 064/125, cal. 1055 lever 21 jewel movement, white dial with baton markers, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, all concealed under hinged white gold shutters with scroll motif, opened by cabouchon sapphire-set sliding lever to the six o’clock position, rectangular pink gold case, tan leather strap with a Vacheron & Constantin 18k buckle, 24mm £6000-7000 122. Vacheron & Constantin stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1950s, rose gold bezel, signed silvered dial with Roman numerals, baton markings and subsidiary seconds dial, black strap with V&C buckle, 34mm **with a modern Vacheron & Constantin box £1200-1600 123. Vacheron & Constantin 18k ultra slim gentleman’s wristwatch, circular silvered dial with baton markers, black strap, 33mm £1500-2000

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124. IWC (International Watch Co) stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circular signed silvered dial with baton markers, dauphine hands and sunk subsidiary seconds, manual wind movement, modern cream leather strap, 35mm £650-750

129. Longines Flagship *** 18k automatic gold gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 3518, champagne dial with diamond set markers and date aperture, cal. 345 17 jewel movement, no. 13633xxx, black strap, 35mm £400-600

125. IWC (International Watch Co.) 18k automatic gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 817A, circular silvered dial with applied baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, C.8541B movement, no. 2087xxx, black strap, 36mm £700-1000 126. NO LOT 127. IWC (International Watch Co.) 18k gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1950s, serial no. 1163909, silvered dial with Roman quarter numerals and dot markers and centre seconds, C89 movement, tan leather strap, 36.5mm £1200-1600 128. IWC (International Watch Co.) 18k gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1950s, serial no. 1228xxxx, silvered dial with Arabic quarter numerals, baton markers and centre seconds, C89 signed movement, leather strap, 37mm £1200-1600

130. Longines Admiral HF stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, case no. 532913, circular silvered dial with baton markers, minute markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, quick set date, modern black leather strap, 34mm £100-200 131. Longines Admiral Ultra-Quartz stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 2360.1, circular silvered dial with baton markers, outer minute markers, date aperture and grey centre seconds, quick set date, signed cal. L755.2 7 jewel unadjusted movement, no. 51812664, case back with outer twelve hour numerals, modern black leather strap, quartz, 36mm £60-100 132. Longines 10k gold filled rectangular curvex gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1934, silvered doctor’s dial with an hour dial over constant seconds, signed movement, no. 5253xxx, black strap, 45mm x 20mm £400-500 133. Longines ‘The Saint-Imier’ Date 41 automatic rose gold and stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. L2.766.5, circa 2013, silvered dial with Arabic twelve and gold baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, L619.2 movement with exhibition glazed back, 41mm **with original boxes and related documents (no booklet), purchased from Deacons, Swindon in December 2013 £550-650

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134. Longines 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch, Birmingham 1989, silvered dial with Arabic quarter numerals, dagger batons and subsidiary seconds dial, 30L 17 jewel movement, no. 12789937, modern black strap, 33mm (at fault) £140-180 135. Longines 14k white rectangular curved gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1951, textured silvered dial with Arabic 12, baton markers and subsidiary seconds, cal. 22L 17 jewel movement, no. 837xxxx, black suede strap, 25mm x 40mm (movement requires attention) £400-500 136. Longines 9ct quartz lady’s bracelet watch, circa 1994, oval dial with an integral bracelet, 16.2gm, 17mm *with original box and certificate of origin dated December 1994 £250-300 137. Longines Evidenza automatic stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, case no. 3254xxxx, silvered guilloche dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds, date aperture at the twelve position and blued steel hands, cal. L599.2 30 jewel movement, tonneau shaped case, inscriptions to the case back, 33mm **with Longines box £400-600

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138. Longines 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch, the circular silvered dial with baton markers and centre seconds, inscribed presentation back dated 1967, black strap with Longines buckle, 34mm (movement requires attention) *with a Longines box £100-150 139. Longines 18k rectangular curved gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1944, the cream dial with baton markers and subsidiary seconds dial, cal. 9L 17 jewel movement with cover, no. 684xxxx, modern strap, 22mm x 38mm ** with Longines box £500-700 140. Longines Lindbergh Hour Angle limited edition automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. L2.678.4.11.0, circa 2011, serial no. 3403xxx, black leather strap, 38mm **with original boxes and booklet with guarantee card dated 3/3/11 £1400-1800 141. Longines 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1960, silvered circular dial with baton markers and subsidiary seconds, cal. 19.4 17 jewel movement, brown leather strap, 32mm *with a Longines box £200-300

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142. Jaeger LeCoultre 18k gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1950s, circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals and centre seconds, calibre P478/C movement, no. 114xxx, modern strap, 33mm £400-600

146. Universal 18k automatic ‘bumper’ mid-size wristwatch, ref. 1795999, circa 1950s serial no. 102xx x, within a fixed bezel and planished square case, 138SS 17 jewel movement, black strap, 31mm £700-900

143. Jaeger LeCoultre stainless steel lady’s wristwatch, ref. 1689, small circular silvered dial with Roman numerals, case no. 1075497, black strap, 21mm £50-80

147. Rare Universal Geneva Tri-Compax oversized triple calendar chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch with moon phase, ref. 22536, circa 1946, serial no. 1247xxx, silvered dial with hour dot markers, chronograph centre seconds, French day and month apertures and four subsidiary dials for date, hour, thirty minute recording and constant seconds, cal. 287 17 jewel movement, modern black strap, 37mm

144. LeCoultre Futurematic gold plated gentleman’s wristwatch, circular silvered dial with hour markers, outer minute track and subsidiary constant seconds and power reserve dials, sliding ‘crown’ to the case back, modern brown leather strap, 35mm £300-500 145. NO LOT

**a similar example sold for £12,450 inclusive of premium at Bonhams, New York in 2015 https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/22505/lot/140/ £4000-6000 148. Raymond Weil Shine Collection stainless steel and diamond lady’s bracelet watch, ref. 1500, circa 2009, the black dial within a diamond set case, quartz, serial no. V78xxxxx, 19mm *with the original boxes, spare leather strap and related documents, purchased from Mayfair, London July 2009 £700-900

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149. Wittnauer 200 Metre diver’s bicolour gentleman’s bracelet watch, quartz, bezel 37mm £50-80 150 -151 NO LOT 152. Chronoswiss Regulateur gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. CH 6322, circular silvered dial with outer minute chapter, subsidiary hour over constant seconds, exhibition back with 17 jewel movement, no. 2759, with original black white stitched leather strap and buckle, 38mm £1600-1800 153. Chronoswiss skeleton chronograph dial gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. CH2 2322, original black leather strap with buckle, 38mm £2300-2600 154. Smiths Astral 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch, Birmingham 1957, circular black dial with Arabic twenty-four hour numerals, outer minute markers and subsidiary seconds, 15 jewel movement J.W. Benson case, modern brown leather strap, 31mm **Smiths box £100-150

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155. Smiths Everest 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch, London 1964, circular silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals, minute markers and subsidiary seconds, 15 jewel movement, modern brown leather strap, 31mm **Smiths box £100-150 156. Smiths Everest 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch, Edinburgh 1965, circular silvered dial with gilt quarter Arabic numerals and baton markers, minute markers and centre seconds with red pointer, Smiths Imperial 25 jewel movement, modern black leather strap, 34mm **Smiths box £100-150 157. Seiko Sportsmatic Diashock automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 15035, silvered dial with baton markers and red sweep centre seconds, crown at the four position, 17 jewel, modern black leather strap, 37mm £100-200 158. Seiko Astron GPS Solar gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 8X82-0AC0, rubber band, 44mm diameter **in new condition with box and all related documents £550-650 159. Seiko Navigator Timer 70m automatic stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 6117-8000, rotating bezel, black dial with baton markers, dual time zone hand, centre seconds and date aperture, serial no. 891695, Seiko bracelet, 38mm £80-120 GARDINER HOuLGATE

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162. Movado 18k triple date wristwatch with moon phase, ref. R4926, circa 1940s, serial no. C485xxx, signed silvered dial with Arabic numerals and dot markers, outer date chapter, month and day (French) apertures over a constant seconds subsidiary dial with moon phase, cal. 473 15 jewel movement, tan leather strap, 34mm £800-1200 163. Movado ‘1881’ 18ct triple date automatic gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 40.B1.870, limited edition no. 364, white dial with baton markers, centre seconds, inner date chapter and day and month apertures, tan leather strap, 36mm **with the original box £1200-1600

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160. Panerai Radiomir Black Seal stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. OP 6644, circa 2008, serial no. BB 128xxxx, tan leather strap with Panerai buckle, 45mm **with original boxes, chronometer papers and other related documents. Originally purchased in July 2008 £2500-3000 161. Movado 18k chronograph gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. R9026, circa 1950s, serial no. A101xxx, circular black dial with chronograph centre seconds, Arabic numerals, applied baton markers with twin subsidiary dials, C.90M signed movement, black strap, 36mm £1600-1800

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164. Recta single button chronograph gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1940s. silvered dial with chronograph centre seconds, subsidiary hour dial over constant seconds, the movement marked ‘Brevet +159450, black strap, 32mm £300-500 165. Girard-Perregaux 18k gentleman’s wristwatch, the gilt dial with baton markers, 17 jewel movement, ref. 091-434, case ref. 9392HA, tan leather strap, 34mm £300-500 166. Blancpain Villeret calendar automatic stainless steel and gold gentleman’s wristwatch with moon phase, no. 212, gold bezel and white dial with Roman numerals, inner date chapter, subsidiary day and month apertures over moon phase, signed cal. 659519 jewel movement, Blancpain strap, 34mm *with later box £1000-1500


167 167. Bell & Ross BR03-92 Black Matte automatic gentleman’s wristwatch, the circular black dial with Arabic quarter numerals, sweep centre seconds and date aperture within a black PVD finish square case, no. S-07692, rubber strap, 42mm £800-1200 168. Yema Rallygraf Super chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 93012, circa late 1960s, serial no. 130xxx, tachymeter bezel, black dial with chronograph centre seconds, luminous markers and triple subsidiary seconds, Valjoux 7736 movement, red leather strap, 39mm diameter £1800-2200 169. Yema Superman Patent Pending 990 Feet automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 55 0016, rotating bezel, pale blue dial with square markers, centre seconds and date aperture, NATO type band, bezel 38.5mm £600-800 170. Bulova Combitron stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 8345-1, circa 1979, serial no. 5 729822, silvered dial with baton markers, minute markers and LED display, Bulova 2576.10 7 jewel unadjusted movement, push buttons at the four and eight positions, modern black leather strap, quartz, 35mm £30-50 171. Bulova Accutron stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 7541, circa 1974, circular silvered dial with baton markers, minute markers, date aperture and centre seconds, Bulova 2181F Patented movement, black Certina strap and buckle, quartz, 35mm £30-50

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172. Bulova Accutron Spaceview stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 7364, case no. 3-443809, circa 1972, the skeletonised dial with grey outer chapter and orange centre seconds, ‘crown’ to the case back, signed 2141 Brevet-Patent movement, Bulova black leather strap and buckle, quartz, 36mm £150-200 173. Bulova Accuquartz stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 7411, circa 1973, case no. 3 597105, circular silvered dial with baton markers, minute markers, day/date apertures and centre seconds, signed 2242 movement, modern black leather strap, quartz, 36mm £30-50 174. Junghans chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, rotating bezel, black dial with Arabic numerals, chronograph centre seconds and twin subsidiary dials, Junghans 88 gilt lever movement, leather strap, 38mm £1400-1600 175. Tudor Oyster stainless steel mid-size wristwatch, ref. 4453, circa late 1940s, serial no. 5386, silvered dial with Arabic numerals and centre seconds, NATO band, 31mm (at fault) £120-180 176. Raymond Weil Tango stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 5595, circa 2007, orange strap with folding clasp, 41mm **with the original International Guarantee £100-150 177. Gruen Precision Electra gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circular silvered dial with hour markers, centre seconds and ‘lightning’ hands, signed cal. 760 SS 12 jewel unadjusted movement, modern burgundy leather strap, quartz, 35mm £50-80 GARDINER HOuLGATE

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178. Wyler vintage ‘back wind’ rectangular nickel chrome cased gentleman’s wristwatch, signed rectangular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, hinged case back revealing the crown and winding button, modern black leather strap, 23mm £200-300 179. Rolls wire-lug self-winding square nickel cased gentleman’s wristwatch, signed square silvered dial with Arabic numerals, inner minute track and subsidiary seconds, 15 jewel three adjust movement inscribed ‘Hatot’s Patents Pending In All Countries’, hinged case, 26mm (lacking strap) £100-150 180. Nivada Chronoking chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circa late 1960s, rotating black bezel, ‘Paul Newman’ style black panda, with red chronograph centre seconds and triple subsidiary silvered dials within a yellow outer scale, Valjoux 72 17 jewel movement, rubber band, bezel 43mm diameter £1400-1800 181. Oris Big Crown Pointer Date automatic stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 7482B, no. 0807110, silvered dial with Arabic quarter numerals, hour markers, minute markers, subsidiary seconds at the nine position, outer date chapter and centre date indicator with red pointer, luminous hands, screw-down crown, Oris 641 movement, exhibition case back, 36mm £150-250

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182. Oris Carl Brashear Chronograph Limited Edition bronze gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 7744-31, no. 0897/2000, 43mm diameter **in excellent condition with the presentation boxes and related papers **RRP £3,600 £2400-2800 183. Oris Pointer Date automatic gold plated gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 7470, silvered dial with quarter Arabic numerals, hour markers, sweep centre seconds, outer date chapter and centre date indicator with red pointer, cal. 654 25 jewel movement, exhibition case back, brown leather strap, 34mm £200-300 184. Eterna-Matic Sahida 18ct lady’s bracelet watch, circular silvered dial with baton markers, case no. 4199066, integral textured bracelet, 38.2gm, 20mm **with the original box £300-500 185. Eterna 18k gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1960s, circular dial with applied baton markers, dauphine hands and centre seconds, manual wind movement no. 4318552, circular case with fixed lugs, no. 4100768, modern red leather strap, 33mm £250-350 186. Eterna Monterey stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 1600.41, circa 2007, white dial, quartz, 40mm **Fine condition with box, tag and related booklets £150-250

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187. Eterna-Matic silver unisex bracelet watch, London 1975, rectangular silvered dial with baton markers, 25 jewel automatic movement, integral mesh bracelet, 24mm £100-150

192. Tiffany & Co Concord Watch Co. 14k octagonal gentleman’s wristwatch, signed white dial with Roman numerals, 17 jewel movement, cabouchon set crown, Asprey strap, 29mm £250-350

188. Ebel Wave Chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, model 1216341, serial no. 377xxx, silvered dial with baton markers, chronograph centre seconds and date aperture, quartz, brown leather strap with folding clasp, 43mm

193. Bucherer automatic 18k gentleman’s wristwatch, signed circular textured dial with baton markers and date aperture, square cushion and sealed case with embossed 1888 emblem, brown leather strap, 36mm £400-600

*In excellent condition, with boxes, tags and booklets £450-550 189. Juvenia 18k mid-size wristwatch, import hallmarks for London 1954, serial no. 104836, square silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, signed 17 jewel movement, black strap, 23.5mm £100-150 190. Audemars Piguet 18k diamond set gentleman’s wristwatch, the bezel with round brilliant-cut diamonds, signed circular silvered dial with Roman numerals, manual wind movement, case ref. C 86223, tan leather strap with AP 18k buckle, 31mm £2600-2800 191. Tiffany & Co 18k and enamel lady’s wristwatch, signed silver tonneau dial with Arabic numerals and red 12, Vulcain 15 jewel movement, the case with an enamel bezel, no. 1505xxx, black strap, 17mm £3200-400

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194. C. Bucherer silver and enamel hexagonal pendant watch, circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track and blued steel hands, signed 15 jewel unadjusted movement, signed black and green enamelled case numbered 176, the reverse with applied floral design, 26mm x 26mm £50-80 195. Chopard 1000 Mille Miglia GMT chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 8992, circa 2007, serial no. 1252xxx, fixed bezel, black dial with GMT hand, date aperture, chronograph centre seconds and triple subsidiary dials, exhibition glazed back with 25 jewel automatic movement, 42mm **with a fine presentation box and pressure gauge, all related documents and chronometer certificate. Purchased originally in March 2007 £2000-2500

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196. Harwood 9ct ‘bumper’ automatic mid-size gentleman’s wristwatch, import hallmarks Glasgow 1928, case no. 10709, silvered dial with Arabic numerals outer minute track, blued steel diamond hands and hole above the six, rotating bezel to set the hands, signed 15 jewel two adjust movement, Patent no. 1576120, modern black lizard strap, 30mm £300-500 197. Enicar Ultrasonic Worldtimer Sherpa Guide stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1960s, serial no. 502xxxx, 30 jewels, black strap, 43mm £700-900 198. Marcks & Co Ltd, Bombay & Poona silver centre second chronograph wristwatch, white enamel dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track with five minute divisions, subsidiary constant seconds and minute recording dials at the six and twelve positions, blued steel chronograph centre seconds, gilt frosted lever movement, hinged case back, brown leather strap, 37.5mm £120-180 199. IWC (International Watch Co.) Ingenieur Chronograph Alarm gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 3805, circa 1990-1995, serial no. 252xxxx, black dial with red alarm indicator, chronograph centre seconds, triple subsidiary dials and date aperture, quartz, IWC black leather strap and buckle, 34mm **with IWC box and booklets, serviced in 2016 with a new black alligator strap and pin buckle. £1000-1500

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200. Oversized 1940s chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, silvered dial with chronograph centre seconds, Arabic numerals and twin subsidiary dials, gilt frosted 17 jewel movement, no. 20385, leather strap, 37.5mm (strap at fault) **this movement is the same movement as used by Omega for the cal. 33.3CH £750-950 201. Harwood 9ct ‘bumper’ automatic mid-size gentleman’s wristwatch, import hallmarks London 1929, case no. 16188, silvered dial with Arabic numerals outer minute track, blued steel moon hands and hole above the six, rotating bezel to set the hands, signed 15 jewel two adjust movement, Patent no. 1576120, modern black leather strap, 30mm £300-500 202. Citizen Royal Marines Commando titanium gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. BN0110-06, quartz, 42mm **as new condition with original box and related papers, purchased originally in November 2018; rrp £299.00 £140-180 203. Citizen Multizone Radio Controlled bi-colour gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 7400-C70007 circa 1998, no. 306164, circular white dial with visible antenna to the centre, subsidiary twenty-four hour dial with Roman twelve and six, date/month display and time zone/station display, push buttons to the case, grey bezel, bicolour bracelet, 42mm **Citizen box with outer cardboard cover, guarantee and instruction booklet dated 14/3/98, Citizen tag £60-100


204. J.W. Benson 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch, Birmingham 1959, signed circular silvered dial with Roman numeral chapter, outer minute markers and subsidiary seconds, Smiths 16 jewel C449877 movement signed J. W. Benson, London, modern tan lizard strap, 31mm £100-150 205. Junghans Mega 1 radio controlled digital gentleman’s wristwatch watch, case no. 26/0012009, LCD display, brown leather strap with original clasp, quartz, 43mm x 34mm **box, display stand, instructions, guarantee card dated 22-6-91 *Junghans Mega 1 was the first radio controlled wristwatch in the world £40-80 206. Record de Luxe 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch, circular silvered dial with baton markers and centre seconds, 652 17 jewel movement, case no. 312242, original leather strap, 34mm **with the original box and presentation card dated 1975 £100-150

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207. 1930s 9ct rectangular mid-size bracelet watch, import hallmark for London 1932, silvered dial with baton markers and subsidiary seconds, the movement signed Belmont, 9ct bracelet, case back inscribed, 24.6gm, 22mm £120-180 208. Baume automatic stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, case. no. 242, circular silvered dial with gilt quarter Arabic numerals and markers, outer minute markers and centre seconds, 17 jewel movement, later bracelet, 34mm £50-100 209. Cyma Cymaflex Watersport 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch, London 1954, circular silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals and markers, Harley unadjusted 3775 5 jewel quartz movement, dust cover, signed inside case, modern brown leather strap, case maker DS&S, 32mm £150-200 210. U-Boat Flightdeck chronograph automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 7750/43, black dial with Arabic white numerals, chronograph centre seconds and date aperture, exhibition back, tan leather strap with folding clasp, bezel 43mm diameter £600-1000 211. Tissot automatic ‘bumper’ 18k gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1950s, the gilded dial with Arabic numerals, dot markers and sweep centre seconds, 17 jewel movement, no. 1839609, the case with fancy scroll lugs, case ref. 1573849, Longines strap, 33mm £300-500

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212. Le Roy gold plated chronograph gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1950s, silvered dial with Arabic numerals and baton markers, chronograph centre seconds and subsidiary forty-five minute recording dial with constant seconds, Venus 188 movement, black strap, 37mm £200-300

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215 213. Harwood 9ct ‘bumper’ automatic gold wristwatch, import hallmarks for Glasgow 1929, adjusting rotating bezel, silvered dial with Arabic numerals and red indicator, 15 jewels, Patent no. 106583, circular wire-lug case, no. 12880, the back with inscription ‘dated 1937, black leather strap, 29.5mm (requires service) £300-500 214. Titus Geneve 18k chronograph gentleman’s wristwatch, circular bronze dial with Arabic numerals, outer Tachymeter/Telemeter scales, subsidiary constant seconds, thirty minute recording dials and chronograph centre seconds, signed movement, dust cover, signed inside case back, modern brown leather strap, 39mm **Rotary box, service receipt from J.D. Brown Jewellers, Gloucester dated 10.5.2014 £300-500 215. REC Mustang P-51-03 automatic gentleman’s wristwatch, 26 jewels, 44mm **excellent condition with presentation boxes and related documents purchased in March 2018 £500-800 216. Citizen Diver’s 200M titanium gentleman’s bracelet watch; also a Seiko 100m quartz gentleman’s bracelet watch (2) £30-50 217. 18k Universal Geneve Polerouter Date automatic gentleman’s bracelet watch, circular silvered dial with baton markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, signed 28 jewel Microtor movement, 18k bracelet, 75.4gm, 32mm £1000-1200 218-220. NO LOT 42

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226. Cyma Military issue nickel cased lever pocket watch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, luminous markers and subsidiary seconds, the case back with issue markings ‘ /\ G.S.T.P N69452’, 52mm £40-60

231. Omega Military mid-size ‘waterproof’ stainless steel wristwatch, circa 1940s, signed bronze two-tone dial with Arabic numerals and centre seconds, case no. 9751905, tan strap, 31.5mm £450-650

227. WWII Royal Navy issue single button chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, probably Lemania, silvered dial with Arabic numerals and luminous baton markers, unsigned calibre 15CHT gilt frosted lever movement, the case back bearing issue markings ‘H.S /\ 9 166’, later metal bracelet, 38mm (at fault) £300-500

232. Seiko Military chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 7T27-7A20 A6, no. 474986, signed cal. 7T27B quartz movement, case with fixed bar lugs, screw back with Military arrow and markings ‘664599 7683057 982/93’, NATO style strap, 38mm £100-200

228. Waltham Type A-11 US Military mid-size wristwatch, black dial with Arabic numerals and centre seconds, 16 jewel movement with metal cap, 31mm (no strap) £60-100 229. Ebel WWII Military stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, signed silvered dial with Arabic numerals and centre seconds, case ref. 1741, 9101001, fixed bar case and green canvas strap, 32mm £250-350 230. Rare Jaeger LeCoultre Mark XI British Military issue stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, signed black dial with Arabic numeral, luminous green markers,green luminous hands and white centre seconds, calibre 488 movement with inner cap, no. 595388, the case back with issue markings ‘/\ 6B /346 3918/48’, the case with fixed bar lugs, 35mm (at fault, no strap) £2000-3000

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233. Seiko Military chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 7T27-7A20 A6, no. 504544, signed cal. 7T27B quartz movement, case with fixed bar lugs, screw back with Military arrow and markings ‘664599 8149181 0101/96’, NATO style strap, 38mm £100-200 234. Seiko Military chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 7T27-7A20 A6, no. 642453, signed cal. 7T27B quartz movement, case with fixed bar lugs, screw back with Military arrow and markings ‘664599 8149181 1860/94’, NATO style strap, 38mm £100-200 235. Eberhard & Co ‘Chaux-De-Fonds’ single button chronograph silver officer’s trench wristwatch, circa 1920, circular white dial with Arabic numerals, chronograph centre seconds and subsidiary thirty minute recording dial and constant seconds, case no. 212584, swing lugs, black strap, 40mm £800-1200

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WRIsTWATCh­PARTs­ &­ACCessORIes­­ 249. Two Rolex leather wallets (one green, one red); also a Tudor Black Bay manual booklet and strap £20-40 250. Omega stainless steel watch bracelet, ref. 1286/249, 6.5’’ long £60-80

236 236. Russian UM Kupoba oversized single push button chronograph nickel cased gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1941, silvered dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track with five minute divisions, subsidiary constant seconds and minute recording dials and red chronograph centre seconds, the movement marked ‘HKM MOCKBA’ with factory signature within a pentagon logo and numbered 1-41 3328, inside case marked ‘ABB’ and numbered 1843 with scratched engraving, 44mm (crown requires attention, lacking strap) £150-250 237. Omega WWI trench nickel cased wire-lug wristwatch, signed white dial with Arabic numerals, luminous set hands and subsidiary seconds dial, gilded lever movement, no. 5017170, case no. 5813428, 35mm (no strap) £120-180 238. Nero Lemania Military issue pocket stopwatch, the case back with markings ‘0552/916-018 /\ 543/74, 51mm £40-80 239. West End Watch Co. WWI ‘G.S T.P’ wire-lug nickel cased wristwatch, 38mm; also West End Watch Co. nickel cased fob watch (2) £220-280 240. See right 241. Military style automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, black dial marked MWC with Military arrow, circled T and marked AS 2063, Arabic numerals, baton markers, minute markers, date aperture, sweep centre seconds and luminous hands, quick set date, 17 jewel unadjusted movement marked ‘Index International S.A.M.’, screw case with Military arrow and numbered ‘666/3598’, NATO style strap, 38mm £40-80 242. MWC Military Diver gentleman’s wristwatch, black dial with circled T, Arabic six and nine, luminous baton markers, minute markers, date aperture, luminous hands and centre seconds, rotating bezel, screw case with Military arrow and markings 0555/6645-02 876510, orange NATO style strap, quartz, 45mm including crown guards £30-50 243-248. NO LOT 44

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251. Rolex Oyster stainless steel expanding bracelet, marked Made in England, Stainless Steel, WAB, 6.5’’ approx (lacking end links) £100-150 252. Rolex Oyster stainless steel bracelet, ref. 7835, 6.75’’ approx, with 357 end link (lacking one end link); together with a Rolex Oyster stainless steel clasp, marked 3 72, with six bracelet links (2) £100-150 253. Rolex Oyster riveted expanding stainless steel bracelet, ref. 6635, dated ‘2.66’, with ‘57’ end links, 6.5” long £200-300 254. Bulova automatic stainless steel lady's wristwatch, silvered dial with baton markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, black leather strap, 21mm, box and guarantee dated 22. June 1967; together with a Bulova gold plated and stainless steel lady's bracelet watch, 22mm (2) £60 - £100 255. Helvetia 9ct lady's bracelet watch, gold plated expanding bracelet, 17.3gm, 21mm; together with a Freeson 9ct lady's bracelet watch, gold plated expanding bracelet, 17.3gm, 21mm £60 - £100 256. Rotary 9ct gentleman's wristwatch, 17 jewel, 42mm; together with an Ingersoll gold plated gentleman's wristwatch, 33mm and a Roamer Rotopower automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, 35mm (3) £100 - £150 257. Large quantity of quartz movements and parts £10-20


240. Rare Omega Speedmaster 300 British Military Army issue automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 165.024, circa 1966, serial no. no. 2472xxxx, black circular dial with quarter Arabic numerals, baton markers, minute markers, arrow tipped sweep centre seconds and sword hands, bi-directional sixty minute rotating Bakelite bezel, signed cal. 552 24 jewel movement, tonneau shaped case with fixed bars, screw back with Military arrow and issue markings ‘W10/6645-99-923-7697 225/67’, NATO style strap, 42mm **With Omega Extract of the Archives confirming the watch was delivered to Mexico on June 16th, 1967. Also with a covering letter from Omega confirming authenticity of the piece £8000-12000

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258. Five tan leather watch cases; together with a wooden display case with blue lined interior and glazed hinged lid, also a small quantity of watch boxes and pouches etc to include Smiths, Citizen, Timex and Ingersoll £30-50 259. Rolex green leather wallet; together with a selection of watch manuals and two Bulova watch tags £30-50 260. Rolex Marconi wristwatch movement with the original signed dial, 23.5mm; also a Maramar Swiss chronograph movement, 31.5mm (2) £30-50 261. NO LOT 262. NO LOT 263. Quantity of wristwatch movements to include a quantity of Waltham movements (approx 30) and nine Elgin movements (some faults) £60-100 264. Selection of Tudor wristwatch movements (some for repair); together with a Tudor Auto-Prince rotor and a Tudor wristwatch case back, 31mm £100-150 265. Six Rolex Prima wristwatch movements for repair (lacking dials) £50-150 266. Six Rolex wristwatch movements for repair or spares £50-100 267. Three Rolex wristwatch movements (one at fault, two lacking dials) £50-100 268. Three Rolex ladies wristwatch movements; together with two further Rolex wristwatch movements (for repair) £50-100 269. Four wristwatch movements signed Rolex (lacking dials); together with a further wristwatch movement with dial signed R.W.C. £50-100

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270. Five Rolex wristwatch movements (three with dials) £50-150 271. Quantity of Rolex movements and movement parts including crowns contained within a Newmark case £50-150 272. Quantity of Omega ladies wristwatch movements; together with a quantity of Omega wristwatch movements and parts for repair and spares £100-200 273. Quantity of Smiths wristwatch movements for spares or repair; together with a Smiths gentleman’s wristwatch head for repair £50-150 274. Quantity of Longines wristwatch movements to include two automatic and an Electronic example; together with a Longines 10k gold filled wristwatch head for repair £50-150 275. IWC Schaffhausen automatic wristwatch movement for repair, cal. 8331; together with three Jaeger LeCoultre wristwatch movements and five wristwatch movements marked Peerless (9) £80-120 276. Selection of wristwatch movements to include Baume, Tissot bumper, Buren, Alpina Bumper, Eterna-Matic, Ernest Borel Bidynator, Tiffany & Co. Zenith, Eterna, Girard-Perregaux, Movado, Chopard, Audemars Piguet and a selection of digital movements (some for repair) £80-120 277. Two Omega Chronostop no. 27 wristwatch clasps with straps; together with a selection of Omega buckles, clasps, bracelet links, cases and case backs to include an 18k case with brown leather strap, lady’s Omega Dynamic case, ref. 566.015 and a gentleman’s Omega Seamaster case, ref. 166.002, also a small quantity of Military cases and case backs £150-250 278. Small quantity of wristwatch parts to include Longines, LeCoultre, IWC, Zenith; together with a selection of Tag Heuer wristwatch parts to include bezel inserts, buckle, bracelets, glasses, bezels, rotor, crowns, dials, etc £100-200


279. Omega beads of rice stainless steel bracelet, ref. 1036, with 511 end links, 6.25’’/6.5’’ long approx £60-100 280. Rolex 18ct wristwatch case; together with a Rolex 9ct wristwatch case (at fault), two Rolex 9ct wristwatch case backs, Rolex silver wire-lug wristwatch case and a Rolex wire-lug wristwatch case (6) £200-300 281. Quantity of Rolex and Tudor wristwatch parts; together with six wristwatch dials marked Rolex (sizes 21mm-26mm) £100-200 282. Rolex Sea Dweller bezel insert; together with a Rolex green generic bezel insert and a further bezel insert, also five watch glasses £50-150 283. Quantity of Omega watch parts to include hands, stems, staffs etc £50-150 284. Waltham 9ct cushion case gentleman’s wristwatch, Chester 1937, signed dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, movement no. 27741287, 32mm (lacking strap, at fault) £80-120 285. Two 9ct ladies bracelet watches for repair including a Vertex Revue in box, 36.8gm, another 9ct gold lady’s watch head, 7.2gm; also an Omega DeVille Quartz lady’s wristwatch head (faults) (4) £200-300 286. 18k lady’s oval wristwatch, two 14k ladies wristwatches, silver (800) lady’s wristwatch, two others and a wire-lug wristwatch (faults) (7) £50-80 287. Bulova Accutron dual-day gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 8012, circa 1977, squared champagne dial with baton markers, minute markers, day/date apertures and centre seconds, signed unadjusted 0 jewel movement, Bulova bracelet, quartz, 35mm; together with a Bulova Accuquartz stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, case no. 3-770395, circa 1974, circular silvered dial with baton markers, minute markers, day/date apertures and centre seconds, signed 2242 movement, Bulova bracelet with inscribed clasp, quartz, 38mm (2) £40-80

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288. Quantity of various wristwatches (some with faults); together with a quantity of wristwatch movements to include a Hamilton 500, Derby SA Digital, Standard Time Corp, Benrus Corp and further Electronic movements, small quantity of wristwatch bracelets and straps (some at fault), three Seiko case openers, small silver cased thermometer, small compass and a quantity of wristwatch and pocket watch cases and case parts £60-100 289. Silver wire-lug lady’s wristwatch; together with a 9ct lady’s wristwatch, Siro square chrome cased gentleman’s wristwatch and a Medania rectangular chrome cased gentleman’s wristwatch (all for repair); together with a rolled gold rectangular wire-lug gentleman’s wristwatch (lacking strap) (5) £50-80 290. Two West End Watch Co. Sowar Prima mid-size stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatches (one lacking glass and one lacking lug bars, both lacking straps); together with a West End Watch Co. Secundus wire-lug stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, 32mm (lacking strap) (3) £100-150 291. Six wire-lug wristwatches principally for repair to include a hunter and half hunter example £40-80 292. Four silver Borgel cased wire-lug wristwatches for repair; together with a silver Borgel watch case and a further Borgel wristwatch case (6) £60-100 293. Longines 18k wire-lug dress watch, signed dial with Arabic numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, signed 15 jewel three adjusted movement, no 4236570, 24mm (at fault, lacking glass and strap); together with a Longines Quartz gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, the dial with Roman numerals and inner minute track, signed cal. L978.2 movement (not functioning, lacking strap) £60-100 294. Ten silver wire-lug wristwatches; also a further wristwatch with silver case back (11) (in need of repair/attention) £50-150 295. Gruen 18k gold plated lady’s wire-lug wristwatch in need of repair; together with a silver and enamel lady’s wire-lug wristwatch for repair and six silver wire-lug wristwatches for repair (8) £60-100

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296. Buren wire-lug gold plated wristwatch for repair; together with five gold plated wire-lug wristwatches for repair (6) £30-50 297. Cyma silver wire-lug half hunter wristwatch; together with a Waltham silver wire-lug wristwatch, Elgin silver wire-lug wristwatch and three further silver wire-lug wristwatches (6) (all for repair) £60-100 298. Four silver wire-lug wristwatches for repair; together with a selection of Waltham movements for repair £30-50 299. Rolex 9ct lady’s bracelet watch, 14.0gm, 25mm (case at fault, lacking bracelet); together with a Rolex 9ct lady’s wristwatch for repair or spares, also an octagonal gold plated pendant watch, 15 jewel three adjusted movement signed Rolex, Watch Specialities Co, case numbered 552028 806 1/2, 25mm (at fault) (3) £80-120 300. Rolex silver wire-lug gentleman’s wristwatch, import hallmarks London 1915, enamel dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, signed 15 jewel movement, hinged case signed Rolex, brown leather strap, 34mm (in need of repair); together with a silver wire-lug gentleman’s wristwatch, enamel dial with Arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, the movement signed unicorn, hinged case signed R.W.C.Ltd, 33mm (at fault, lacking glass, hinge broken, lacking strap) (2) £50-100 301. Longines 9ct rectangular mid-size wristwatch, London 1965, signed silvered dial with baton markers, cal. 14.162 17 jewel movement, no. 13078570, black strap, 19mm (at fault); together with a Charles-André gold plated quartz gentleman’s wristwatch, with pouch (2) £100-150

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302. Seiko Chronograph 100m ‘Daytona’ alarm stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 7T32-7G30, circular yellow dial, quartz, 43mm (at fault); together with a selection of gentlemen’s quartz wristwatches to include Casio, Sekonda, Lorus, Pulsar (sold as seen, some with faults, mostly requiring new batteries) £40-80 303. Four assorted ladies wristwatches to include a 9ct wire-lug example, Oris, universal and a Lanco nurse’s watch (4) £50-80 304. Angelus Sport 8 Days silver rectangular watch head, import hallmarks Glasgow 1930, square silvered dial, case no. 138000, 24mm; together with a J.W. Benson silver rectangular cased wire-lug lady’s wristwatch, import hallmarks London 1925, unsigned Patented 15 jewel adjusted movement, stone set bezel, 17mm (at fault, wire-lugs missing, some stones missing), also a Medana silver wire-lug lady’s wristwatch, 25mm (at fault), Abra Watch Co wire-lug nickel cased lady’s wristwatch, 26mm and an Enfield rectangular nickel chrome cased gentleman’s ‘doctors’ watch, 22mm (5) £60-100 305. Selection of quartz dress wristwatches, including vintage examples and three Omega watch movements £50-80 306. Two Rolex spare parts manuals R4 & R5, two other catalogues, spares etc £15-30 307. Rolex, Omega and Longines assorted spares and parts £100-200


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POCkeT WATChes­­ 308. James Hatton, London silver cased pocket chronometer, no. 1360, the movement with spring detent escapement, helical spring, compensated balance and diamond endstone, original dial with Roman numerals and large subsidiary seconds, within an associated plain silver case, 57mm £800-1200 309. E. Gubelin 18k two-colour dress lever pocket watch, 19 jewel movement, no. 225xxx, circular silvered dial with applied gold markers, gold spade hands and sunk subsidiary seconds within a plain case, ref. 27922, 45mm £1300-1600 310. Hebdomas eight day lever gold plated pocket watch, the dial branded ‘Sacom’ with visible balance, the case back decorated with two female nudes, 51mm £150-250 311. Waltham gold plated lever pocket watch, circa 1888, no. 3808508, the dial with Roman numerals, inner Arabic twenty-four chapter and subsidiary seconds within an engine turned screw case, 54mm £60-100

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308 312. Longines gold plated lever pocket watch, gilt frosted movement no. 1976077, signed white dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and blued steel moon hands within an engine turned and engraved foliate case, 47mm; together with a gold plated curb watch Albert £80-120 313. Gruen Veri-Thin Precision gold plated lever dress pocket watch, orb186669 17 jewel movement, 44mm; together with a gold plated curb watch Albert £40-80 314. Zenith Alarm gunmetal lever pocket watch, gilt frosted lever movement, black dial with Arabic numerals, alarm dial over constant seconds, 47mm £80-120


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315. Charles Frodsham 18ct free-sprung half hunter pocket watch, London 1886, three-quarter plate lever movement with compensated balance and rose diamond endstone, signed ‘Chas Frodsham, By Appointment to the Queen’, no. 06847, original signed dial with Roman numerals and sunk subsidiary seconds, inscribed cuvette, plain outer case, 139.8gm, 51mm £1200-1800 316. Tavannes Watch Co. Braille nickel cased lever hunter pocket watch, 15 jewel movement, the dial with raised dot markers and inner Arabic dial, plain case, 51mm £50-80 317. Waltham gold plated lever pocket watch, circa 1909, 15 jewel movement, no. 17824397, signed dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, plain Dennison case, 50mm £60-100 318. Thomas Savage good 18ct lever hunter pocket watch, London 1829, signed fusee movement, no. 57570, with dust cover, engine turned gilded dial with applied Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, fine quality engine turned case, case maker ‘HJ’ (Henry Jackson), 146.5gm, 52mm £1800-2200

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315 319. Silver (0.935) DF&C heart shaped cylinder fob watch, signed frosted bar cylinder movement with three arm balance and regulator, signed case, cuvette with faint inscription, within an intricately engraved floral case, 32mm; attached to a bow brooch (2) £30-50 320. Paul Henry Matthey, Locle rare 18k diablotine chronograph hunter pocket watch, glazed nickel bar lever movement with bimetallic compensated balance, no. 10549, signed dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track, chronograph centre seconds and subsidiary 1/4 second jump diablotine, blued steel Breguet hands, fine engine turned case, 150.9gm, 55mm £1500-2500

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321. 18k and pink enamel lever half hunter fob watch, frosted bar movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, inscribed cuvette, the case marked ‘A.F&CE’, 43.3gm, 36mm £400-600 322. Hampden Watch Co. railroad lever set silver hunter pocket watch, adjusted movement with Vernier micro regulator with jewel set in gold seats, no. 673340, signed two-part dial with Roman numerals and outer red Arabic chapter with subsidiary seconds, coin silver rubbed engine turned case, 54mm £120-160 323. Hamilton Watch Co. gold filled lever pocket watch, circa 1899, grade 936 17 jewel movement, no. 92557, the dial with Roman numerals, red Arabic outer chapter and subsidiary seconds within a plain consular case, 56mm £140-180 324. Elgin National Watch Co. gold plated lever hunter pocket watch, circa 1888, lever set, the dial with Roman numerals, inner Arabic twentyfour chapter and subsidiary seconds within an engraved case depicting stags, 52mm £80-120

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325. Rare Zenith agate lever pocket watch, gilt frosted lever movement, no. 2867316, the silvered dial with applied Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and Breguet style hands, screw bezel, 50mm £400-600 326. Hamilton Watch Co. gold filled lever pocket watch, circa 1908, 940 21 jewel adjusted five position movement, no. 600532, signed two-part white dial with bold Arabic numerals, inner red Arabic twenty-four hour chapter and sunk subsidiary seconds within a plain polished screw case, 54mm £140-180 327. Illinois Watch Co. gold plated lever set hunter pocket watch, circa 1908, model 4 three-quarter plate 15 jewel movement, no. 2059882, signed two-part white dial with Arabic numerals, sunk subsidiary seconds and blued steel moon hands, attractive engine turned and foliate engraved case, 51mm £100-150 328. Hampden Watch Co. ‘General Stark’ 14k gold filled hunter pocket watch, circa 1907, 15 jewel movement, no. 2289221, stem wind and lever set, signed dial with Roman numerals, outer Arabic minute chapter and sunk subsidiary seconds within an engraved case, 47mm £80-120


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329. Waltham gold plated lever hunter pocket watch, circa 1912, 15 jewel movement, no. 18817101, signed dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engine turned case, 51mm £80-120 330. Isaac Roberts, London fine 18th century gold and enamel verge plunge repeating pair cased pocket watch, signed fusee movement, no. 1365, with pierced balance cock diamond endstone, silver regulating dial and cylindrical pillars with hammers striking the bell to the case, original signed dust cover, enamel dial with Roman numerals and outer Arabic chapter, pierced and engraved inner case with matching enamelled pair case depicting an exotic bird and foliage, diamond set release button, 46mm (movement at fault) £1500-2500 331. Illinois Watch Co. hunter gold plated pocket watch, circa 1898, size 6 15 jewel movement 1334832, signed dial with Roman numerals, outer Arabic chapter and subsidiary seconds within an ornate engine turned and engraved case, 41mm £60-100

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332. Howard Watch Co. gold filled lever dress pocket watch, size 10 19 jewel adjusted five position movement, no. 8874, silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engine turned and foliate chased case £120-160 333. Swiss silver split seconds chronograph lever pocket watch, import hallmarks for London 1921, unsigned gilt frosted movement, the dial with Roman numerals, outer Arabic chapter, split centre seconds with subsidiary recording dial over constant seconds, applied gold hinges with an engraved monogrammed case back, 51mm £250-350 334. Waltham gold plated hunter pocket watch, circa 1917, signed threequarter plate gilt frosted movement, no. 21082380, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, outer red five minute divisions, subsidiary seconds, moon phase at the nine position and blued steel hands, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche, 48mm £60-100

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335. Dutton Junior, London cylinder gold and enamel pocket watch, the fusee movement signed Dutton Junr, London, no. 2602, pierced engraved balance cock, rose diamond endstone and silver regulating dial, dust cover, enamel dial with Roman numerals, key winding hole and wriggle work hands, engine turned and enamel case with outer gilt mounted glazed case, case maker ‘IC’, 96.5gm, 54mm £400-600 336. Doxa Goliath lever pocket watch, signed movement with compensated balance and regulator, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, outer red five minute divisions and subsidiary seconds, the case cast in relief with blacksmiths, 70mm £60-100 337. Movado Ermeto shagreen purse watch, square silvered dial with Arabic green luminous numerous, no. M1226457, 52mm closed *with Asprey cardboard box £200-300 338. Silver ‘Centre Seconds Chronograph’ pocket watch, Chester 1884, unsigned three-quarter plate fusee lever movement, no. 4279, original dial with Roman numerals, outer 25-300 scale and centre seconds, the case with engraved cartouche, 56mm; with key £80-120

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339. Late 18th century English pair cased verge pocket watch, London 1792, the fusee movement signed A. Shaw, Billingborough, no. 271, with pierced balance bridge, silvered regulating dial and cylindrical pillars, Roman numeral dial, matching case, case maker ‘IR’ (James Richards), 54mm (case bruising) £60-100


340 340. Meuron fine and rare gold quarter repeating jacquemart automaton pocket watch, signed fusee cylinder movement with a pierced balance bridge, silvered regulating dial and rose diamond endstone, no. 3639, pendant operated repeat with three jacquemart figures striking bells, white enamel chapter ring with Arabic numerals and skeletonised movement, blued steel hands, signed hinged cuvette within an engine turned case, case maker ‘ FR’, 127.8gm, 56mm £1500-2500 341. Police Interest silver lever half hunter pocket watch, unsigned three-quarter plate movement, the dial with independent centre seconds, Arabic numerals and spade hands, within a plain case and blue Arabic chapter ring, the cuvette with presentation inscription In Acknowledgement of Retirement Dated 25-7-20, 54mm £150-250 342. Bennett silver fusee duplex hunter pocket watch, London 1856, the three-quarter plate movement signed Bennett, 65 Cheapside, London, no. 26024, with split compensated balance, regulator and diamond endstone, original signed dial with Roman numerals and sunk subsidiary seconds within an engraved case, maker AT (Alford Thickbroom), 53mm (at fault, balance broken) £200-300 343. Nickel cased chronograph lever pocket watch, gilt frosted Valjoux movement, the dial signed Diva, with chronograph centre seconds and outer scale titled Base 20 Battements, with Arabic numerals and thirty minute recording dial over constant seconds, case no. 174360, 51mm £160-220

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345 344. Paul Ditisheim, Solvil gold plated lever half hunter pocket watch, signed movement with gold train, no. 739462, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds in a plain polished case, 51mm (at fault) **box £80-120 345. Unusual copy of a Renaissance silver skull-form pendant watch, the fusee movement bearing the signature Jean Rousseau, pierced balance bridge and silvered regulating dial, white enamel dial with Roman numerals and outer Arabic minute chapter, silver hinged case, 42mm £600-1000

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346. Good clean 18ct lever half hunter pocket watch, London 1875, the three-quarter plate movement signed Fletchers & Son, 95 Leadenhall Street, London, no. 9961, signed dial with Roman numerals, sunk subsidiary seconds and original double blue spade hands, plain outer case, case maker ‘FM’, 118.9gm, 49mm; within a fitted case £1400-1800 347. Waltham 9ct lever pocket watch, Birmingham, circa 1904, 17 jewel adjusted movement signed A.W.W.Co. Waltham, Mass, no. 13545839, with compensated balance and regulator, dust cover, signed dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, within a plain Dennison case, 86.1gm, 48mm **box £200-300 348. Waltham 14k lever hunter pocket watch, circa 1910, 17 jewel adjusted movement signed A.W.W.Co. Waltham, Mass, no. 18075348, with compensated balance and regulator, signed dial with Roman numerals, outer minute markers with red five second divisions, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, within an engraved Keystone case, no. 5240564, 96.0gm, 49mm £600-800 349. Robert Roskell, Liverpool 18ct fusee cylinder pocket watch, Chester 1830, signed half plate movement, no. 43390, signed white dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and gold spade hands, engine turned case, case maker ‘CJ/WG’, 95.8gm, 51mm £900-1200

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350. Swiss 18k quarter repeating chronograph half hunter pocket watch, unsigned lever movement, the dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track chronograph centre seconds and subsidiary seconds dial, plain case, 106.6gm, 51mm £800-1200 350A. Silver lever pocket watch, Birmingham 1897, signed Geo Kirton, Stockton, no. 177099, original dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, the case back engraved with a vintage vehicle scene, 53mm £50-80 350B. Silver centre seconds chronograph lever pocket watch, Chester 1899, three-quarter plate frosted movement with compensated balance and regulator, no. 45966, stop/work lever at the two position, the dial with Roman numerals, outer 25/300 scale and blued steel chronograph centre seconds, plain case with engraved cartouche and gadrooned band, case maker S.Y (Samuel Yeomans), 61mm (requires attention) £50-100 350C. Continental gold chronograph pocket watch, the dial with Arabic numerals, outer red five minute divisions, subsidiary minute recording and constant seconds dials and chronograph centre seconds, plain case, 85.5gm, 50mm (at fault) £300-500 350D. Continental cylinder half hunter style fob watch, gilt movement with three arm balance and regulator, exhibition cuvette, the dial with minute track, within a Bakelite style case with applied Roman numerals, attached to an en suite chatelaine style belt clip with key, 40mm £40-60


350E. Elgin Silveroid lever pocket watch, circa 1925, signed movement with compensated balance and silvered regulating scale, no. 28523609, signed dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, within a plain screw Keystone case, 60mm £30-50 350F. English silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1886, signed Rosenberg, Newcastle on Tyne, no. 24434, with dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds branded ‘Improved Patent’, engine turned case, 55mm £80-120 350G. Rolex 9ct lever pocket watch in need of repair, ref. 3038, import hallmarks for Glasgow 1937, serial no. 1008525, Elinvar 17 jewel movement, 43.7gm, 44mm £200-300

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350H. French 18k cylinder pocket watch, signed cuvette, the dial with Roman numerals, blued steel hands and subsidiary seconds, 67.1g, 45mm £550-650 351. Tavannes Watch Co. Dunhill ‘La Captiv’ silver engine turned purse watch, import hallmarks for London 1936, with end pushers opening spring loaded doors revealing the square silvered dial with applied Arabic numerals and moon hands, case ref. 3317 825925, 46mm x 34mm £120-180

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352. Square silver engine turned folding travel watch, import hallmarks for Glasgow 1930, the square silvered sun ray dial with luminous Arabic numerals, square subsidiary seconds and luminous set hands, 36mm £50-80

355. Silver minute repeating pocket watch, import hallmarks for London 1908, unsigned gilt frosted lever movement with repeat slide to the case, white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial in a plain case, case no. 33033, maker ‘’F&D’, 53mm £600-800

353. Movado sliding purse watch with a alligator bound case, the square silvered dial with applied Arabic numerals and baton markers with date aperture and dauphine hands, 44mm closed £120-180

356. Victorian 18ct lever fob watch, London 1886, three-quarter plate movement signed Depree, Raeburn & Young, Exeter, no. 48126, the foliate dial with Arabic numeral roundels, 40.5gm, 37mm £350-450

354. Waltham 14k lever hunter fob watch, circa 1909, signed movement, no. 17813130, signed dial with Roman numerals, outer red five minute divisions, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, within an engraved and engine turned case, 33.0gm, 33mm (box) £150-250

357. Bravingtons Renown gold plated lever hunter pocket watch, 16 jewel movement with compensated balance and regulator, the branded dial with Roman numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands with double spade hour hand, within a plain case, 51mm £50-80

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358. Rare 18k cylinder mourning fob watch, unsigned gilded bar movement, the gilded foliate dial with Roman numerals, the inside case back inset with a portrait of a lady, engine turned and foliate and enamel case, 38.9gm, 36mm £300-500 359. Hebdomas Patent eight days nickel cased lever pocket watch, the white dial with Arabic numerals over the visible balance, 47mm £50-80 360. Attractive Hamilton Watch Co. American 14k hunter pocket watch, circa 1906, no. 636572, grade 941 adjusted five position 21 jewel movement, two-part dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and blue steel hands, fine ornate triple colour gold case, no. 12097, 156.2gm, 55mm £1200-1800 361. Zenith white metal (800) chronograph lever pocket watch, circa 1924, signed gilt frosted movement, no. 2651850, the dial with Arabic numerals, chronograph centre seconds, thirty minute recording dial over constant seconds, the plain case with engraved ‘GH’ monogram, 52mm £120-180 362. Silver engraved lever fob watch, Birmingham 1894, three-quarter plate movement, the cuvette and dial signed Kay & Co, engraved foliate case, 40mm £30-50

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363. Swiss gunmetal alarm pocket watch, the white dial with Roman numerals, central alarm indicator and subsidiary seconds, easel back case, 51mm £40-80 364. Swiss gunmetal multi-dial time zone lever pocket watch, the frosted lever movement branded ‘Vigilant’, the dial with six time zone dials branded with Russian cities over a constant second dial, 53mm £200-300


365 365. Plymouth Watch Co. U.S.A attractive 14k hunter pocket watch, 21 jewel adjusted lever movement with gold train, branded 'Prince of Wales', no. 662297, signed two-part dial with Roman numerals, outer Arabic minute chapter and subsidiary seconds, fine triple colour engine turned and foliate case, 89.7gm, 48mm £600-800 366. Rolex silver lever hunter pocket watch, Birmingham 1915, signed lever movement, the dial with Roman numerals, blued steel spade hands and subsidiary seconds dial, clean Dennison engine turned case, no. 249795, 51mm £200-400 367. 9ct lever dress pocket watch, import hallmarks London 1929, unsigned movement with compensated balance and regulator, silvered guilloche dial with Arabic numerals, outer dot minute markers and subsidiary seconds, within a plain case, case maker GS, 54.6gm, 48mm £200-300

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368. Jean Liebeck á Verviers silver and gold plated cylinder engine turned pocket watch, unsigned gilt frosted movement with gilt three arm balance and regulator, signed cuvette, signed dial with Roman numerals, outer five minute divisions and subsidiary seconds, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche, 48mm £40-80 369. Bennett 18ct pocket chronometer, London 1856, signed movement, no. 40034, spring detent escapement, compensated balance and helical spring, signed dial with Roman numerals and sunk subsidiary seconds, engine turned case, case maker ‘JCW’, 119gm, 51mm £1400-1800 369

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370. W. M Shlaes 'Special' American 14k hunter pocket watch, adjusted 17 jewel movement signed and inscribed 'The Head Captain Hancock, Mich', two part dial with Roman numerals, outer Arabic chapter and subsidiary seconds, with an ornate triple colour gold case, no 6214886, 161gm, 56mm £1200-1800 371. Silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1894, signed John Herron, Blyth, no. 18892, with dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, engine turned case, 48mm £50-80

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372. Waltham silver lever pocket watch, Birmingham 1899, movement no. 8762516, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, engine turned case, 55mm £40-60 373. George III silver pair cased verge pocket watch, London 1798, the fusee movement signed Higgs & Evans, with pierced balance cock and red gem set endstone, regulating dial and cylindrical pillars, signed enamel dial with Roman numerals, 53mm £100-200 374. Mentor gold plated travel alarm pocket watch/clock, signed dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track, subsidiary seconds and centre alarm indicator, within a floral engraved case, 54mm £40-60 375. Swiss 14k split seconds chronograph lever pocket watch, unsigned movement, the dial branded ‘C.D Peacock’, with Arabic numerals, split centre seconds and subsidiary 30 minute recording dial over constant seconds, case no. 6752 6902, 70.5gm, 57mm £600-800 376. Doxa Goliath lever pocket watch, signed movement with compensated balance and regulator, signed dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, the cast metal case depicting a maiden being rescued from the flames, 70mm £60-100

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377. Victorian silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1892, the unsigned movement with engraved balance cock, gilt three arm balance and Bosley type regulator, dust cover, the silvered dial with Roman numeral chapter enclosing an engraved centre, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche, case maker ‘A.C’ (Albert Curtis), 52mm £60-100 378. Silver lever fob watch, frosted movement with compensated balance and regulator, the painted enamel dial depicting a landscape scene with a cow in the foreground, with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, within a floral engraved case, 43mm £30-50


379. Continental 18k engine turned fob watch, the gilt fusee movement with balance bridge, three arm balance and silvered regulating disc, silvered engine turned dial with Roman numerals and moon hands, within an engine turned case, 42.3gm, 41mm £150-250

380. Rare double dial calendar and world time pocket watch, the calendar dial branded ‘Greenwich Time’ with Roman numerals, triple calendar dials, constant seconds and moon phase aperture, the reverse dial with seven subsidiary dials for time zones in New York, Berlin, Paris, St Petersburg, Vienna, Melbourne and Calcutta, 56mm £800-1200

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381. Masonic Interest Elgin gold plated lever pocket watch, circa 1923, signed 17 jewel movement, no. 26128145, with compensated balance and regulator, signed Masonic dial with subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, within an Illinois case, 44mm £50-100

382. Vullamy, London silver repeating pocket watch, London 1895, signed movement, no. 6575, with plunge repeat, signed dial with Roman numerals, plain case, case maker ‘ RJO’ (Richard James Oliver), 47mm (movement in need of attention) £300-500 382 383. George III silver pair cased verge pocket watch, London 1806, the fusee movement signed B. Thornton, London, no. 83924, with pierced foliate balance cock, Bosley type regulator and cylindrical pillars, enamel dial with Arabic numerals, matching cases, case maker ‘B.W’ (Benjamin Webb), 55mm (at fault) £60-100

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384. West End Watch Co. silver lever half hunter pocket watch, gilt movement with stamped trademark, signed dial and branded ‘Competition, Bombay-Calcutta’, with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and blued steel hands, engine turned case, 48mm £60-100

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385. J. Hammersley silver pocket chronometer, London 1877, the fusee half plate keyless movement signed J. Hammersley, Berkeley Road, Fulham, London, no. 1/2602, with rare duo-in-uno balance spring, compensated balance, diamond endstone and spring detent escapement, original signed dial with Roman numerals within a plain case engraved with a monogram, case maker JTW (James Thomas White), 53mm *John Hammersley was credited for the introduction of the duo-in-uno balance spring with AP Walsh, he died in 1901 and few examples by the maker exist. £800-1200

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386. Victorian silver lever hunter pocket watch, Birmingham 1880, signed Stewart Dawson, Liverpool, no. 27996, with dust cover, original dial with Roman numerals and sunk subsidiary seconds within a rubbed engine turned case, 54mm *with box and key £60-100 387. Victorian 18ct fusee lever pocket watch, London 1874, the movement signed E. Hartshorn, Theberton Strt, London, no. 37074, with engraved balance cock, diamond endstone, gilt three arm balance and silvered regulating scale, the dial signed John 387 Boyce, Finchley, 1876, with Roman numerals, outer minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, the case back with engraved initials, 118.7gm, 52mm (lacking subsidiary hand); with leather strap, T-bar, clasp and protective case £800-1200 388. 19th century silver fusee lever pair cased pocket watch, Birmingham 1856, the movement signed Frederick, Bilston, no. 3245, with engraved balance cock, diamond endstone, steel three arm balance and Bosley type regulator, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, within matching cases, inscription to the inner and outer case, 57mm (at fault) £60-100

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389. Nickel cased centre second chronograph lever pocket watch, threequarter plate frosted movement marked ‘Brevete S.G.D.G.’ with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with 25/300 outer scale, subsidiary minute recording and time dials, blued steel chronograph centre seconds, plain case, 52mm **pouch £60-100


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390. Rare English 18th century fusee verge burr wood cased pocket watch, signed Thos Power, St Albans, no. 733 with square baluster pillars, pierced engraved balance cock, flat steel balance and silver regulating dial, enamel dial with Roman numerals and outer Arabic five minute divisions, within a consular burr case, 58mm £450-650 391. Victorian silver lever pocket watch, Birmingham 1888/89, the movement signed J. Butt, 32, Eastgate Row, Chester, no. 80898, with steel three arm balance and silvered regulating scale, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche, case maker ‘JR’ (John Rotherham), 51mm £40-80 392. Silver chronograph centre seconds lever pocket watch, Chester 1904, three-quarter plate movement signed J. Harris & Sons, London & Manchester, no. 112343, stop/work lever at the two position, the dial with Roman numerals, outer 25/300 scale and blued steel centre seconds, plain case with engraved cartouche and gadrooned band, case maker ‘J.H&S’ (Joshua Horton & Son), 61mm £60-100 393. Interesting silver centre second lever pocket watch, Chester 1902, three-quarter plate diamond jewelled movement signed W’m Palfryman, Birkenhead, no. 4836, with engraved balance cock, regulator and compensated balance, signed dial with Roman numerals and centre seconds, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche, case maker ‘T.P.H’ (Thomas Peter Hewitt), 52mm (at fault) £80-120

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395 394. Silver cylinder pocket watch with a twenty-four hour dial, London 1884, gilt frosted movement, the dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary constant seconds, engine turned case, 49mm; with key £80-120 395. Continental silver (800) digital jump hour pocket watch, gilt frosted lever movement, the dial branded ‘Systeme GT Brevette’ with hour and minute apertures over subsidiary constant seconds, engraved foliate case with a gold plated band, 51mm £80-120

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400 398. Waltham gold plated hunter pocket watch, 17 jewel movement no. 20359752, 51mm £40-80 399. Edwardian 18ct lever half hunter fob watch, London 1905, three quarter plate movement signed Army & Navy, 105 Victoria Street, London, no. 9016, original dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, case maker ‘F.T’ (Fred Thomas), 63.2gm, 38mm £500-700

397 396. Victorian silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1870, signed W. Craig, Haltwhistle, no. 9247, with dust cover, silvered dial with applied Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, 52mm £50-80 397. George III silver pair cased verge painted dial pocket watch, London 1800, fusee movement signed Harry Potter, London, automaton polychrome dial depicting a church with turret dial and a rotating windmill subsidiary seconds dial, matching cases, case maker ‘TG’ (possibly Thomas Gibbard), 58mm £200-300 64

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400. Charles Frodsham fine and rare 18ct minute repeating hunter pocket watch, London 1883, three-quarter plate movement with free sprung bi-metallic compensated balance and helical hairspring with rose diamond endstone, minute repeating on two gongs activated by a slide to the case band, signed ‘Chas Frodsham, 84 Strand, London, No. 06941 AD Fmsz’, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, plain hunter case, maker ‘HMF’ (Harrison Mil Frodsham), bow stamped ‘AS’, 160.3gm, 54mm £4000-6000 401. Swiss gold plated cylinder dress pocket watch, the silvered dial with stylised Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, the case back inscribed ‘A gift left by chum to his fairy, March 1931’, 47mm £40-60


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402. Waltham nickel cased lever pocket watch, circa 1906, signed 17 jewel movement with compensated balance and regulator, no. 14755288, signed dial with Roman numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, within a plain screw Keystone case, 52mm **box £100-200 403. Movado 8 Day 18ct lever alarm pocket watch, ref. 1101, serial no. 120057, signed white dial with Arabic numerals moon hands and subsidiary alarm dial, 73gm, 44mm £600-800 404. Astral silver lever half hunter pocket watch, Birmingham 1913, signed three-quarter plate 7 jewel movement, Pat. No. 21180, with compensated balance and regulator, signed dial with Roman numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, within a plain Dennison case, 50mm £50-80 405. Gold ‘Jump Hour’ slim dress pocket watch in the style of Breguet, unsigned gilt cylinder movement, the silver engine turned dial with hour aperture over a minute dial and subsidiary seconds, the cuvette inscribed Palais ‘Royal N 95’, within an engine turned case, no. 306, 42mm (at fault); together with chain, clasp and key £500-800 406. John Bennett, London silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1874, signed movement, no. 60080, the dial with up/down dial over constant seconds, Roman numeral and spade hands, the case back with an engraved eagle crest, case maker ‘JTW’, 55mm (movement at fault) £150-250

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411. Waltham Traveler silver lever hunter pocket watch, Birmingham 1913, the signed dial with compensated balance and regulator, no. 18230702, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, within an engine turned Dennison case with engraved cartouche and gadrooned band, 52mm £50-80 412. Le Roy & Fils 18k small enamel fob watch, gilded cylinder bar movement, signed cuvette inscribed ‘NO. 29749, LeRoy & Fils Hgers Du Roi Gallerie De Valois, 114 & 115 Palais Royal’, white dial with Roman numerals, engine turned case with a foliate enamel back, 11.6gm, 26mm £200-300 413. French 18k plunge repeating verge pocket watch, the sprung cuvette signed Vaucher á Paris, no. 7472, pierced balance bridge and silvered regulating dial, plunge repeat with hammer striking the bell to the inner case, enamel dial with Arabic numerals, plain case with a foliate band, 128.4gm, 55mm £900-1200 414. George III 18ct pair cased verge pocket watch, London 1807, signed J. Farr, Bristol, no. 6019, pierced balance cock with diamond endstone and silvered regulating dial, gilded engine turned dial with Arabic numerals and wriggle work hands, matching cases, case maker ‘SB’ (Samuel Brookes), 108.5gm, 49mm £900-1200

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415 415. Fine English silver-gilt pair cased verge calendar pocket watch, possibly London 1769, the fusee movement signed Jas White, London, no. 4602, with pierced balance bridge and silvered regulating dial and square baluster pillars, original signed silver champlevé dial with Roman numerals, outer Arabic chapter and cherub to the centre with a date aperture, parcel gilt repousse pair case depicting a figural scene in a scroll foliate border, 51mm £700-1000 416. Silver lever chronograph pocket watch, import hallmark for no. 1924, unsigned gilt movement, the dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary thirty minute dial over constant seconds, plain case, 50mm £100-150


417. Continental silver and horn/ivory cylinder small hunter pocket watch, the gilt movement with a lozenge D trademark, the dial with Roman numerals, the case front and back with horn/ivory insets, case no. 8953, 44mm £50-80 418. Good Victorian 18ct fusee lever small pocket watch, London 1845, signed Bull, Bedford, no. 40187, attractive gilded foliate dial with Roman numerals, engine turned case with a foliate chased band, 47.4gm £400-600 419. Roskopf Patent nickel cased lever pocket watch, the gilt movement with a glazed inner cuvette, the dial with Arabic numerals transfer printed with a steam locomotive within a yellow metal bezel, 45mm £40-80 420. Molyneux & Sons fine and rare English silver duplex pocket watch, London 1829, fusee movement signed Molyneux & Sons, 44 Devonshire Street London, no. 1241, with plain balance bridge, diamond endstone and split bimetallic compensated balance and helical hairspring, original numbered dial with Roman numerals and large subsidiary seconds within an engine turned case and gilded interior, case maker ‘JH’ (Joseph Hirst), 54mm

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423 423. Movado novelty gilded and blue enamel watch, the revolving rectangular silvered dial with Arabic numerals and baton markers and blue bulbous enamel terminals, with original box, 48mm £100-150

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424. Attractive small French gold and enamel verge pocket watch, the fusee movement with balance bridge and silvered dial signed Sandoz á Caen, no. 1470, enamel dial with Arabic numerals and fancy gilt hands, the painted enamel back depicting two young children with fruit within a paste surround, 31.7gm, 32.5mm (attention required to the movement) £200-400 425. Good Waltham 18k lever pocket watch, circa 1879, movement no. 1423635, signed dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, heavy engine turned case inscribed to the cuvette ‘New Years 1882’, with original watch paper enclosed, case no. 42469, 130.3gm, 53mm £1200-1600 426. Royce modern gold plated and enamel hunter pocket watch, 47.5mm £20-40 427. Silver lever half hunter pocket watch, Birmingham 1900, unsigned three-quarter plate movement, 50mm £50-80 428. English 18th century gilt metal pair cased verge pocket watch, the fusee movement signed Miller, London, no. 13651, with square baluster pillars, pierced engraved balance cock and silvered regulating dial, signed enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numeral, repousse outer case depicting a classical figural scene, 46.5mm £150-250

429. Early 19th century verge pocket watch, London 1814, the fusee movement signed D.P Bird, Bristol, no. 6183, with flat steel balance, Bosley type regulator and diamond endstone, stopwork lever, silvered dial with spade hands, applied Roman numerals and subsidiary second, engine turned case, case maker ‘IR’ (James Richards), 53mm £150-250 430. Silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1827, unsigned movement, no. 36 with engraved balance cock with mask, diamond endstone, regulator, steel three arm balance and cylindrical pillars, dust cover, the silvered dial with Roman numeral chapter surrounding an engine turned centre, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, engraved initials to the inside case, within a plain case with gadrooned band, case maker ‘HPGB’, 53mm £80-120 431. Silver fusee lever pocket watch, Chester 1904, the movement signed Russells Ltd, 18. Church Street, Liverpool, no. 58778, with engraved balance cock, compensated balance and Bosley type regulator, dust cover marked ‘Trade Mark ‘’The Time Day’’’, the signed dial with Roman numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, within a plain case with engraved cartouche, case maker ‘T.R.A.’ (Thomas Richard Arnott), 52mm £60-100 432. John Forrest large silver fusee lever pocket watch, Birmingham 1899, the movement marked ‘Chronometer Maker to the Admiralty, London, E.C’, with foliate engraved balance cock, compensated balance and silvered regulating scale, dust cover signed John Forrest, London, E.C. no. 99879, the silvered dial with Roman numeral chapter surrounding an engine turned and foliate engraved centre, blued steel hands, within an intricately engraved case, case maker ‘WH’ (probably William Hammon), 64mm **pouch £100-150

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433. Russian chrome cased pocket stopwatch, I-53 19 jewel movement, no. 0599, the cream dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track with five minute divisions, subsidiary constant seconds and minute recording dials and blued steel hands, plain case, 51mm **box £20-40 434. Waltham nickel cased lever pocket watch, circa 1926, signed movement with compensated balance and regulator, no. 25687092, signed cream dial with Arabic numerals, minute markers, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, within a screw Keystone case, 54mm, with chain **pouch £60-100 435. Swiss gunmetal quarter repeating calendar pocket watch, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track, subsidiary seconds, moon phase and blued steel hands, unsigned frosted movement with compensated balance, regulator and hammer striking on a gong, the cuvette comprising a calendar with rotating outer day chapter, month aperture and centre date indicator, plain case with repeat slide, 55mm £300-500 436. Continental 18k cylinder engraved fob watch, gilded bar movement, the dial with Roman numerals in a fine quality engraved foliate case, 35.9gm, 37mm £300-500 437. Victorian 18ct fusee lever small gold pocket watch, Chester 1890, unsigned movement, no. 11881, engraved gilded dial with Roman numerals in an engraved case, 42.9gm, 38mm; with an unusual engine turned serpent key £350-450

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438. French cylinder Bakelite cased half hunter pocket watch, signed Ch Oudin Palais Royal 52, the enamel dial with Arabic numerals, the outer case with applied Roman numeral roundels, on a short leather chatelaine attachment with key, 42mm diameter £100-150 439. Swiss 18k quarter repeating fusee verge pocket watch, the gilt frosted movement signed Breguet with plunge pendant, hammers striking a gong, pierced balance bridge, three arm balance and silvered regulating dial, the white signed enamel dial with Arabic numerals, minute track with quarter minute divisions, winding hole at the two o’clock position and gilt hands, within a consular case, 121.9gm, 57mm (at fault) **pouch £700-1000

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440 440. Swiss 18k chronograph minute repeating hunter pocket watch, the lever movement with compensated balance, regulator and hammers striking a gong, the white dial with Roman numerals, outer 25/300 scale, subsidiary seconds, chronograph centre seconds and blued steel hands, plain outer case with slide repeat and chronograph button, 121.3gm, 55mm **pouch £1200-1800 441. Rare fusee rack lever pedometer pocket watch movement, signed ‘By the Kings Letters, Ralph Gout, London’ and inscribed ‘Patent’, no. 59, with pierced balance cock engraved with helmet and urn, flat steel balance, silver regulating disc and cylindrical pillars, the signed dial with Roman numerals, outer five minute divisions and triple subsidiary pedometer dials (lacking hands); with associated silver engine turned case £300-500 442. George III silver verge pair cased pocket watch, London 1793, the fusee movement signed Rob’t Webster, no. 2578, with pierced engraved balance cock, flat steel three arm balance, silver regulating disc and cylindrical pillars, the dial with Arabic numerals and outer minute markers, within plain matching cases, case maker ‘B.N’, 55mm (requires attention) £100-200 443. Victorian silver fusee lever pair cased pocket watch, Chester 1886, plain unsigned movement, no. 4021, with plain balance cock inscribed ‘Patent Lever’ with diamond endstone, steel three arm balance, Bosley type regulator and cylindrical pillars, stop/work lever at the seven position, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, within plain matching cases, 59mm £120-180

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449 444. Waltham lever hunter fob watch, signed movement with safety barrel, compensated balance and regulator, no. 6913994, signed dial with Roman numerals, minute track with red five minute divisions, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, the case engraved with a bird amongst foliage with engine turned band, 51.1gm, 40mm (pouch) £150-250 445. Continental 18k cylinder fob watch, the gilt frosted bar movement marked Cuendet Ste Croix, with gilt three arm balance and regulator, the dial with later applied Roman numeral chapter enclosing a foliate engraved centre, within a foliate engraved case with shield and gadrooned band, 35.1gm, 37mm; with plated chain and key **pouch £120-180 446. 18k cylinder fob watch, unsigned gilt frosted bar movement with gilt three arm balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numeral chapter enclosing a foliate engraved centre, within a foliate engraved and engine turned case with shield, 36.4gm, 37mm (at fault) (pouch); together with a cylinder fob watch, the bar movement with gilt three arm balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numeral chapter enclosing an engraved centre, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche, 39mm (at fault, lacking glass) (2) £100-150 447. Stauffer 18k cylinder fob watch, the gilt frosted bar cylinder movement signed Stauffer Cx DE.Fonds, with gilt three arm balance and regulator, the gilt dial with Roman numeral chapter enclosing a foliate engraved centre, within an engraved and foliate enamelled case, signed SS&C with shield to the engine turned centre, 43.8gm, 40mm (at fault) **fitted leather box £120-180


POCkeT­WATCh ACCessORIes­­­ 451. Extremely large and heavy silver curb link watch Albert with T-bar and swivel clasp, 16.3oz t, 20” long £200-300 452. 9ct rose gold curb link watch Albert, with T-bar, swivel clasps and a compass fob, 46.3gm in total, 17.5” long £350-450 453. 9ct sovereign case, 16.4gm; two 9ct watch bracelets, 38.8gm; novelty egg form watch key, silver Albert, plated sovereign case, other chains, etc £500-700 459 454. Four assorted pocket watch Alberts (4) £40-80 455. Equine Interest cloisonne watch Albert with a portrait fob medallion, 12” long; also another Albert depicting horses (2) £40-80

460 448. Swiss silver (0.935) lever pocket watch, the frosted three-quarter plate movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, the cuvette inscribed ‘Watch Maker by Warrant to the Queen, Examined by J.W. Benson, 62 & 64 Ludgate Hill, London’, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche and gadrooned band, 50mm £50-80 449. Bennett 18ct hunter pocket chronometer, London 1859, signed half plate movement with spring detent escapement, compensated balance and helical spring, no. 50079, signed dial with Roman numerals, outer Arabic minute chapter and subsidiary seconds, engine turned case, case maker ‘ JCW’, 116.2gm, 51mm £1400-1800 450. Elgin Watch Co. American 14k triple colour lever hunter pocket watch, circa 1912, movement no. 17079931, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, ornate foliate and engine turned case, 100.4gm, 49mm £700-1000 450A. Silver (0.935) cylinder engine turned pocket watch, 50mm, with silver curb chain, T-bar and clasp £60 - £100

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456. Four gold plated pocket watch Alberts, one with a horse medallion fob and another with a watch key fob (4) £60-100 457. 9ct watch Albert with two 9ct clasps and 9ct T-bar, 19.0gm, 15’’ approx £200-220 458. Silver curb watch Albert with silver clasp and silver medallion, also four keys including a trade key £20-40 459. Continental 19th century small oval gold musical box pendant, with a folding key wind mechanism, 20gm, 36mm x 24mm £200-300 460. Attractive yellow metal citrine and turquoise pocket watch key and matching swivel fob, 5.9gm, the key 30mm (2) £60-100 460A. 9ct curb link watch Albert, 29.1gm, 16” long £200-300

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461. Fine Swiss early 19th century gold and enamel rectangular musical pocket watch key, depicting a dog to one side and a bouquet of flowers to the other, the musical mechanism by the central pendant, 19.7gm, 48mm x 31mm (some enamel faults) £400-600 462. Collection of antique gold and gilt pocket watch keys and fobs £150-250 463. Bag of assorted pocket keys, chains and Alberts £40-80 464. Five decorative watch chains and Alberts, including a cloisonne example (at fault) £40-80

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465. Five trade pocket watch keys relating to Liverpool, Manchester and Cheshire (5) £20-40

469. Two similar novelty watches, each in the form of book binds, the larger example 2.75” x 2” (2) £40-80

466. Nine trade pocket watch keys principally relating to the Midlands £40-60

470. Daniel Quare of London signed fusee verge pocket watch movement, inset into a sedan style ebonised and brass turned pillared stepped case, 11.25” high £450-650

467. Ten trade pocket watch keys relating to the Yorkshire region £45-65 468. Quantity of pocket watch keys £40-60

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471. Unusual chronograph pocket watch lever movement, with Patents 4164 and 2605, no. 71011, with dial, 45mm diameter £50-80


472. French quarter repeating cylinder alarm pocket watch movement with cuvette and dial, 50mm diameter (balance at fault) £100-150 473. Collection of four 18th century verge pocket watch movements by Danielson, J Williams, Bryson and Arinton; together with an early 19th century movement with an attractive engraved balance cock of musical interest (5) £200-300 474. Quantity of fusee verge and fusee lever pocket watch movements for repair to include an L. Owens & Co fusee lever movement with engraved balance cock with aperture, gilt three arm balance, silver regulating scale and ‘Liverpool’ windows, together with makers Will’m Simkins, W’m Roberts, J Robinson, James Braham, Edwin Smith, Jas Murray, Will’m Latch and J.W. Benson £60-100 475. Quantity of lever pocket watch movements for repair including a J.W. Benson ‘’The Keyless Ludgate Watch’’, Geo Edwards & Sons, Buren, Thos Blundell movements; together with a gunmetal cylinder fob watch (at fault), Invicta lever movement for repair with dial marked ‘30 Hour Non-Luminous Mark V, B.D. 3469’ and nickel case marked A/, pedometer movement and a quantity of pocket watch keys including two trade keys £60-100 476. Collection of eight verge enamel pocket watch dials including two painted polychrome examples (8) £100-150

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477. Quantity of pocket and fob watch dials £30-50

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478. Quantity of various pocket watch stands (6) £40-80

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479. Mahogany pocket watch display case, the hinged lid revealing a lined interior; together with a circular cast metal jewellery/trinket box and six pocket watch protective cases (8) £30-50

484. Unicorn stainless steel ring watch, black dial with Arabic quarter numerals and subsidiary seconds, 15 jewel movement, case no. 311091 376, 16.5mm (at fault) £30-50

480. Mahogany fitted deck watch box, with key, circa 1900, 5” x 4” £50-80

485. Novelty Jaeger LeCoultre key pendant watch, silvered dial with Arabic numerals, reverse wind and set, 62mm (at fault) £40-60

481. Seven assorted 18th century and Georgian silver pocket watch cases, 6.2oz t approx (7) £140-180

486. Novelty black enamel and chrome pendant watch in the form of a dice, with a brooch attachment, dice 18mm square (movement at fault) £40-60

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487. Mentor alarm pock watch, Ingersoll pocket watch, nickel pocket watch, ball watch, Favre-Leuba gold plated wristwatch and a Rone Sportsman wristwatch (6) £50-80 488. J.W. Benson ‘The Ludgate’ silver lever engine turned pocket watch, London 1885, the three-quarter plate frosted movement signed ‘J.W. Benson, The ‘Ludgate’ watch, Patent no. 4658, By Warrant to the Queen, Ludgate Hill, London’, no. 30386, with compensated balance and regulator, signed dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, 50mm; together with a silver fusee lever engine turned pocket watch, London 1857, the movement signed Geo, Cordino, Temple Bar, London, no. 2921, 45mm (at fault, lacking glass) (2) £50-80 489. Ingersoll chrome cased lever pocket watch, black dial with bold Arabic numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, 51mm; with cord, T-bar and clasp **Ingersoll box with guarantee dated 14.10.77 £20-30 490. Tavannes Watch Co. square nickel cased lever pocket watch, signed dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, the case back cast in relief with a portrait of a lady, 49mm; together with a similar watch by Roskopf, 48mm (2) £60-100 491. Three pocket watches including a Niello cased example (3) £50-80 492. Eight assorted Continental silver pocket watches (8) £120-180 493. Eight Continental silver pocket watches (8) £100-150 494. Eight Continental silver pocket watches (8) £100-150 495. Five Continental silver engraved fob watches (5) £60-100 496. Hunting Interest three pocket watches, each with engraved scene (3) £80-120 497. Five Continental silver engraved fob watches (5) £60-100 498. Five assorted Continental silver pocket watches (5) £60-100

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499. Four Continental silver fob watches, 42mm approx (4) £50-80 500. Equine Interest three Continental silver pocket watches with engraved cases each depicting a horse, the largest 53mm (3) £60-100 501. Three Goliath pocket watches (3) £100-150 502. Equine Interest three Continental silver pocket watches each engraved with horses, the largest 52mm (3) £80-120 503. Two silver cylinder engine turned pocket watches with painted enamelled dials, together with a Rival silver lever engine turned pocket watch with painted enamelled dial branded ‘H. Samuel, Manchester’ (at fault) (3) £80-120 504. Two Waterbury ‘The Trump’ Series I nickel cased duplex pocket watches (one at fault); together with a Waterbury Series F nickel cased duplex pocket watch (3) £60-100 505. Victorian silver lever pocket watch, Chester 1888, unsigned movement, no. 3633 with engraved balance cock, gilt three arm balance and Bosley type regulator, silvered engraved dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, plain case, 55mm; together with a silver lever pocket watch, Chester 1889, 51mm (at fault) (2) £50-100 506. Four Continental engine turned cylinder pocket watches (4) £80-120 507. Two cylinder engraved nickel cased pocket watches; together with a further nickel cased cylinder pocket watch and a nickel cased lever pocket watch, the enamel dials painted with various landscape scenes (4) £80-120 508. Nine various nickel and chrome cased pocket watches (movements principally in working order, one requires repair) (9) £80-120 509. German Military Interest two nickel cased lever pocket watches, one with dial depicting the head of Adolf Hitler and the other depicting the Swastika symbol; together with a Roskopf Patent nickel cased lever pocket watch, the case back depicting a soldier with inscription and the cuvette depicting a solder and inscribed ‘1914 1918, Prince Leopold’ (3) £60-100


510. Equine Interest Continental lever pocket watch, three-quarter plate frosted movement inscribed ‘Garanti Anti Magnetique’, with gilt three arm balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, the case engraved with a horse in a stable attended by two dogs, 54mm; together with another pocket watch, the case engraved with a man on horseback slaying a dragon, 49mm (2) £60-100 511. Burlington Watch Co. engraved gold plated hunter pocket watch, double roller 21 jewel lever movement with gold train, no. 3502848, Arabic numeral dial within an engine turned and engraved landscape case, 48mm (at fault); also a nickel cased chronograph pocket watch (2) £50-80 512. Victorian fusee lever pocket watch, London 1864, signed Bell & Dams, uttoxeter, no. 6849, silver engraved dial, 46mm; with a silver fusee cylinder pocket watch signed Rundell, Bridge &, Rundell (at fault) (2) £50-80 513. Swiss gunmetal and enamel buttonhole watch, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals within a red surround, the bezel 14mm diameter (some enamel damage) £60-80 514. Silver H. Samuel ‘Acme Lever’ engine turned pocket watch, import hallmarks London 1918, signed dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, 51mm, with silver chain, T-bar and clasp; together with a gold plated lever hunter pocket watch, unsigned 15 jewel movement, the dial with Arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, plain case, 51mm, also three chains, one with silver T-bar and clasp (pouch) (5) £60-100

518. Victorian silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1885, the movement signed Kilbourne. Kay, Worcester, no. 51480, with engraved balance cock, compensated balance and Bosley type regulator, signed dial, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche, 52mm; together with a silver lever pocket watch, the movement signed Collingwood & Son, Middlesborough, no. 264321, signed dial, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche, 57mm (at fault) (2) £40-80 519. Two silver lever pocket watches (2) £40-80 520. Goliath nickel cased lever pocket watch, unsigned movement, no. 90364, the dial with bold Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within a plain case, 66mm £60-80 521. Waterbury Watch Co Series L small pocket watch, 42mm; together with an Ingersoll nickel cased pocket watch (2) £30-50 522. Continental white metal cylinder pocket watch for the Chinese market, with an elaborately engraved and pierced movement, the dial with Roman numerals within an engraved case depicting a river landscape, 44mm; together with another Continental white metal pocket watch with a silvered dial, 41mm (2) £60-100 523. Silver engine turned lever pocket watch with plated curb watch Albert; together with a Waltham gold plated ‘Bond St’ lever pocket watch in need of repair (2) £50-80

515. Three similar folding pendant watches, including a Bucherer example in a gilded case (3) £60-100

524. Assorted pocket watches mostly for repair, also a selection of stopwatches £40-80

516. Silver (0.935) cylinder engraved half hunter fob watch, 33mm (box); together with a Waltham gold plated lever fob watch, 35mm (pouch), Waterbury Series L duplex pocket watch, 42mm and a Waterbury ‘The Trump’ Series I duplex pocket watch, 53mm (at fault) (4) £50-80

525. Continental 14k lever engine turned pocket watch, 48.4gm, 44mm (at fault); together with a further Continental gold lever pocket watch, 49.6gm, 47mm (lacking glass) (2) £150-250

517. Summit gold plated pocket watch, 43mm; together with a Jean Pierre gold plated lever pocket watch, 17 jewel, inscribed case, 48.5mm (chain and box), Hanowa gold plated stone set pendant fob watch (at fault) and a stainless steel fob watch, 15 jewel, the dial branded Robinson & Co, Shrewsbury, 33mm (at fault) (4) £20-40

526. Ten various gold plated and nickel cased pocket watches principally for repair, to include three hunter examples (10) £60-100 527. Eight Roskopf nickel cased pocket watches (some in need of repair) (8) £60-100 528. Eleven various gunmetal, nickel and chrome cased pocket watches (principally in working order but some require repair) (11) £60-100

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529. Ten various Continental pocket watches (some in need of repair) (10) £60-100 530. Elgin Watch Co. gold plated lever hunter pocket watch, signed 7 jewel movement, no. 17088753 with compensated balance and regulator, signed dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, engraved case, 51mm (at fault); together with a New York Standard Watch Co. gold plated lever hunter pocket watch, signed lever set movement, no. 120465 with safety pinion, compensated balance and regulator, signed dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, engine turned case, 54mm (in need of attention) (2) £50-100

536. Swiss silver lever quarter repeating pocket watch in need of repair, the dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engine turned case, 52mm £120-160 537. Silver centre seconds chronograph lever pocket watch, Chester 1897, three-quarter plate movement signed A. Livingstone, Manchester, no. 77936, 58mm (at fault); together with a silver fusee lever pocket watch, Birmingham 1876, movement signed M. Moody, 12. West St, Crewe. & High St, Sandbach, no. 2831, with engraved balance cock, compensated balance and silvered regulating scale, 54mm (at fault) (2) £50-80

531. C.Oudin á Paris white metal cylinder slim pocket watch, Breguet style gilt movement, signed cuvette no. 4091, silvered dial with Roman numerals in an engine turned and gold plated case, 48mm (at fault) £20-40

538. Limit gold plated lever hunter pocket watch, 51mm (at fault); together with a Waltham gold plated lever hunter pocket watch, movement signed American Waltham, u.S.A. Ensign, no. 13351114, 50mm (at fault) (2) £40-60

532. Silver cylinder engine turned hunter pocket watch, silver and enamel fob watch and a rectangular silver wristwatch (all for repair) (3) £60-100

539. Victorian silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1866, the movement signed M. Riordan, ulverston, no. 22181, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, within a plain case with engraved cartouche, 54mm (at fault); together with a Continental cylinder engine turned pocket watch, the movement signed Lagier, Geneve, the dial signed Lagier, Geneve with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, the cuvette inscribed Bennett, 65, Cheapside, London, Maker to the Royal Observatory, 45mm (at fault) (2) £40-60

533. Continental silver lever calendar moon phase pocket watch in need of repair, 50mm £60-80 534. Swiss silver cased calendar moon phase pocket watch in need of repair, 51mm £60-80 535. Unusual quarter repeating hunter pocket watch in a consular engraved foliate case, in need of attention, 54mm £100-150

541. Automatic dual watch winder display case, with glazed hinged lid and cream leather interior with three additional watch display compartments (power cables with two pin plugs and key) £50-80

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542. Small selection of assorted watch glasses/crystals £30-50

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543. Large Junghans JSP novelty wristwatch wall clock, quartz, 84’’ approx, dial 10.5’’ approx £20-40

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540. Omega nickel cased lever pocket watch, white dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and moon hands, 15 jewels, serial no. 7778729, 46mm (requires attention); with protective outer case £40-80

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544. Quantity of various watchmaking tools and clock parts etc £30-60 545. Rolex Micro-Stella adjustment tool £50-100


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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. 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 pre­payment in full. 4. Reserves and Seller's right to bid

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.

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.

15. Law and Jurisdiction

5. Buyer's Duties

16. What is Temporary Importation?

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.

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.

6. Payments Methods of payment include direct bank transfer, debit card, credit card, cash to a maximum of £9000, Building Society cheque or Banker's draft. Cheques will only be accepted when supported by a guarantee card. For fraud protection we no longer accept payments by credit or debit cards for ‘Customer not Present’ transactions. Card payments at the saleroom will be accepted but must be supported by Chip and PIN. Card payments for live internet bidding will only be accepted if they have been AVS and 3D Secure authorised with a maximum transaction value of £500. All payments accepted at the discretion of the auctioneer. 7. Liability of the Auctioneer and Sellers 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.

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.

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 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 non­EU buyer who exports the lots from the EU will be able to have the VAT refunded provided the appropriate export regulations are complied with 17. Property sold with a * Symbol

8. Catalogue Descriptions

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

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.

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

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

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

ii) ’Inscribed’ or ‘Signed’ does not imply that the lot is wholly or partly by that maker

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 re­invoice the lot and charge VAT at 20% on both the Hammer Price and the Premium and provide a tax invoice to the buyer

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. Additional premium of 2.5% + VAT of the hammer price will be incurred when bidding via the online platform 'GH Live' Live bidding will also available via the­saleroom.com, additional premium of 4.95% + VAT at the imposed rate will be incurred on the hammer price. 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 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

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

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 re­treating 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 marked in the catalogues 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: 0­50,000 Euros 4% 50,000.01 to 200,000 3% 200,000.01 to 350,000 1% 350,000.01 to 500,000 0.5% Exceeding 500,000 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

From

J17

London

J18

Bristol

A350

Chippenham

From

Chippenham 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.

PM Mendes

Leafield Industrial Estate Leafield Environmental

Corsham Print

Neston

Total time from Junction 17 ­ 10­15 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

E­mail: auctions@gardinerhoulgate.co.uk www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk


G ARDINER H O U L G AT E T H E B A T H A U C T I O N RO O M S

9 Leafield Way, Corsham, Nr Bath, SN13 9SW Telephone: 01225 812912 Email: auctions@gardinerhoulgate.co.uk www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk www.clock­auctions.co.uk www.watch­auctions.co.uk

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