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TWODAY AUCTION OF

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AUCTION OF

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Lot 50 - Rare and fine Rolex Cosmograph Daytona stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch Estimate £35,000 - £45,000

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Fine Clocks & Related Items Thursday 24th October 2019 at 11am


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1008 1002. Rosewood five glass onion top wheel barometer, the principal 10" silvered dial within a shaped case £30-50

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Thursday 24th October 2019 at 11am

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BAROMETERS

1001. Mahogany five glass wheel barometer signed J.n. L. Cetta, Cirencester on the spirit level to the bottom, within a shaped case inlaid with boxwood lines and surmounted by a swan neck pediment and brass urn finial £50-80

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1003. Mahogany stick barometer, the brass scale signed Baptiste Roncheti fecit, over a flat banded trunk to the circular cistern cover, surmounted by a broken triangular arched pediment (in need of restoration) £120-180 1004. Good contemporary oak cased barograph inscribed Russell, Norwich on the bed plate, within a glazed case over a stepped plinth fitted with a chart drawer, 15.5" wide £150-200 1005. Fine Scottish mahogany bow front stick barometer, the silvered scale signed Zerbonie, Baltistessa & Co, Calton Str, Edinburgh over the trunk fitted with an ebonised hemispherical vase shaped cistern cover, surmounted by a broken swan neck pediment and brass urn finial £800-1200


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1006. Admiral Fitzroy's Royal Polytechnic Barometer, the 9" silvered dial inscribed Joseph Davis & Co, Sole Manufacturers Fitzroy Works, Kennington Park Rd, London over a glazed trunk fitted with Fahrenheit and Centigrade thermometers, 42" high £150-200 1007. Bendix Frieze Microbarograph, within a military grey hinged metal case with carrying handle, 10.5" high £30-60 1008. Extremely rare silver cased Dunhill lighter with barometer (2" diameter), the case hallmarked for maker 'WFW' (William F. Wright), London 1926, Patent no. 143752, 5.5" high

*possibly a one-off special commission piece £1500-2500

1009. Small quantity of various barometer parts £25-45 1010. Rare early walnut stick barometer in need of restoration, the paper scale indistinctly signed Manticha..., flanked by turned pillars over a flat trunk with rounded canted sides and inset tube above the spherical cistern cover, surmounted by a stepped cornice with three turned bone vase finials £800-1200 1011. Mahogany five glass wheel barometer, the principal 8" silvered dial signed Negretti & Zambra, London, surmounted by a swan neck pediment £30-50 1012. Circular wall aneroid barometer, the 10" white dial signed F.S. Reich, Folkestone, within a rope twist carved surround £40-60 1013. Admiral Fitzroy's Royal Polytechnic barometer, the 9" dial over a glazed trunk with instructions over Fahrenheit and Centigrade thermometers, within a glazed carved case with triangular pediment, 41.5" high £60-100 1014-1100 NO LOT

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ELECTRIC CLOCKS

1101. Three interesting old electrical movements, by Moller, Perret and Aron, also a 10" square brass dial engraved Aron Self Contained Clock Electrically Driven (4) £20-40 1102. Rare oak cased single train mechanical clock fitted with Arzeberger's quick make and break switch, the 3.5" silvered dial signed Arzeberger Contact, 8 Day, 1/2 Min; also two very early Synchronome slaves (3) *Professor Arzeberger of Brunn devised this switch in 1870

*See Electrical Timekeeping by F. Hope-Jones, 2nd edition, page 53, fig 32 £100-150 1103. Electric master clock, the 5.75" silvered chapter ring enclosing a skeletonised centre, within an oak glazed stepped case surmounted by a triangular pediment over foliate carved spandrels, 58" high (pendulum and bob); an oak cased master clock, the 7.5" silvered dial inscribed Synchromatic Electric, within a glazed case, Arons electric clock, the 6.25" brass dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within a light oak glazed case, 33.5" high (pendulum) and a synchronome type 36 p.o. clock (4) £100-200 1104. Fischer Magneta longcase electric master clock, the 8" white dial with centre seconds signed Magneta, London, within a mahogany double bevelled glazed stepped case surmounted by a moulded flat pediment, 85" high (pendulum and bob) £300-500 1105. Wall mounted amateur built Hipp toggle master clock, the 5" white dial within a glazed mahogany case, 37" high (pendulum) £50-80 1106. Hipptoggle home built electric master clock, the 6.25" silvered dial inscribed Synchronome, Electric, within a light oak glazed case, 56.5" high (pendulum rod and bob) £200-300 1107. German electro-mechanical master wall clock, the 8.25" square cream dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within an oak glazed case bearing the plaque of C. Theod. Wagner...Wiesbaden, 35.25" high (pendulum); also another electro-mechanical master wall clock, the 7.75" white dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within a light oak glazed case, 35.5" high (pendulum) (2) £30-60

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1108. Good Eureka 'La Madeleine' electric mantel clock, the 4.5" white dial signed Eureka Clock Co. Ltd, London, over the movement inscribed No.104, Patent No. 367856, 1906, over a slow/fast star dial, within an architectural bevelled glazed four glass case with stepped base and surmounted by a triangular pediment, 15" high *This clock was named after the famous La Madeleine church in Paris £2000-2500

1109. Eureka electric mantel clock, the 4" cream dial signed Eureka Clock Co. Ltd, London '1000 Day Electric Clock'; also inscribed on a plate verso Pat no.14.614-1906, no.143 over a fast/slow star lever, under a glass dome and upon a turned brass stand, 9.75" high overall £900-1200 1110. Brillie electric wall clock, the 6" square dial with centre seconds hand, within a light brown metal glazed case with marble back, 17" high (pendulum) £150-200 1111. Synchronome electric master clock with switch gear, the 6.5" silvered dial within an oak glazed case, no. 8201, 49.5" high (no pendulum) £150-250 1112. Smith electric Bakelite and chrome cased Art Deco mantel clock, the 5" square Perspex dial upon a rectangular stand, 7.75" high £50-80

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1113. Deho electric wall clock, the 8" white dial within a glazed carved case, 42" high (pendulum); also a Bohmeyer electric wall clock, the 8" silvered dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within an oak glazed case, 33" high and an Aron electric master wall clock in need of assembly, within an oak case, 33" high (pendulum and bob) (3) £60-100

1114. Oak electric longcase clock, the 8.5" black dial with Roman gilt enamel numerals, the case with long glazed doors and the hood surmounted by a moulded cornice, 80.5" high (pendulum and bob) £60-100

1115. Electric battery operated 15" slave dial wall clock within an aluminium case £20-40

1116. Good French electric four glass mantel clock, the 5" white dial signed L. Bardon, Bte.S.G.D.G., with centre seconds hands, within a bevelled glazed brass bound stepped case, 14" high (pendulum) £1200-1600

1117. Tiffany Never Wind electric torsion clock, under a glass dome and upon a spun brass base, 10" high £50-80

1118. Synchronome power station regulator electric master clock, the 6.25" silvered dial within a black painted glazed case, 49.75" high (pendulum and bob) £300-500


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1119. Synchronome power station regulator electric master clock, the 6.25" silvered dial within an ebonised glazed case, 50" high (pendulum and bob) £300-500 1120. B.P. Patent Time Transmitter within a dark painted glazed case, 52.5" high (pendulum and bob) £150-250 1121. Good Lowne electric time transmitter master clock, within an ebonised glazed case, 32" high (pendulum and bob) £1500-2000

1122. Interesting oak cased electrically driven speed recorder for checking the speed of steam trains on the London & South Western Railway, inscribed on a rectangular brass plaque inside the lid 'The Shortt Speed Recorder Chronograph Section, the Synchronome Company Limited, 32-34 Clerkenwell Road E.C.1', the hinged locking case fitted with an external tuning knob and leather carrying handle, 12.5" x 10"

*This unit was designed by W. Hamilton Shortt and built by The H.E. Jones team, see Robert H.A. Miles - Synchronome, Masters of Electrical Timekeeping, page 16 £100-200

1123. Very interesting and unusual Seth Thomas electromagnetic graduated set of wall mounted bells and hammers (four bells replaced and one hammer missing); complete with an electromagnetic mahogany case slave movement (with cylindrical three-part single weight, pulley wheel and baize hammer contacts) *The weight driven slave movement drives the chime/strike unit £100-200

1124. Brass slave exhibition strike/chime movement, within a brass bound case and upon a mahogany base with chime/strike/silent switch, 9.5" high £250-350 1125. Distribution unit with rotary slaves, within a light oak case, 14" high; also another electrical timer within an oak glazed rectangular hinged case, 10" x 9" max (2) £100-150

1126. Slave and mechanical conversion electric ticket clock within a stepped oak glazed case, 6.75" high £80-120 1127. Gents Slave timer movement, 13.5" high overall; also a Synchronome clock mechanism in a black metal housing and an Avometer test set model 12S, within a leather case (3) £40-80

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1121 1128. G.P.O. 8" slave dial clock in a mahogany surround; also a pair of slave dials in octagonal Bakelite surrounds, a Synchronome slave dial and a T R Services slave dial (5) £50-80

1129. Synchronome electric 12" slave dial signed Synchronome Electric, London, within a gunmetal turned surround; also a Magneta electric 6.5" slave dial within a brass surround with applied foliate decoration (2) £100-150 1130. Slave dial signed Gent & Co. Limited, Makers, Parsons Patent, Leicester, within a reeded turned oak surround; also another Gents of Leicester 11" slave dial mounted upon a 13.5" square wooden board (2) £80-120

1131. Electric master wall clock, the 8" silvered dial signed Venner Time Switches Limited, London, with subsidiary seconds dial, within an oak glazed case, 55" high (pendulum and bob) £100-200

1132. Large electric station style clock with Gillett & Johnston movement, the 29" white glass dial illuminated by two bulbs (one not working), within a blackened metal drum casing *This clock was reputedly located at Scarborough railway station £200-400

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1133. Large 1 minute impulsive B.V.C Magneta Slave ATE electric 24" public wall dial clock, within a grey painted metal casing £60-100

1134. Good Cromwellian Eureka electric lantern clock, the 6.75" brass chapter ring enclosing a glazed centre with foliate engraved inner ring signed Eureka Clock Co. Ltd, London, Pat no. 146141906, N.2166, surmounted by pierced engraved dolphin frets, strapwork bell and finial, 16.5" high £1200-1600 1135-1150 NO LOT

PRIVATE COLLECTION OF ELECTRIC CLOCKS

(Many illustrated in Alan & Rita Shenton – Collectable Clocks, 1840-1940)

1151. Early 20th century Ever Ready bedside clock in original red leather case, the eight day mechanical movement with battery illumination through celluloid dial, 5.5" high; together with an early 20th century Ever Ready bedside clock in maroon leather case with wooden pear switch and braided flex, the mechanical movement with battery illumination through frosted 2.5" dial, 7.5" high; also a navy blue cased circa 1900 bedside alarm clock by Mojon & Manger, the mechanical and alarm movement are mechanical with battery illumination through a raised central section of dial, 5.5" high

*Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figures 304 and 305 a/b/c £40-80 1152. Two Vega(USSR) clocks: chess top clock and a battery electric wall clock with C43 movement 59186 (2) £20-40

1153. Collection of six clocks, including an Art Deco style Smiths Sectronic battery mantel clock, 8" high; boxed Never a Dull Moment 'Clever' clock, 5" square; a Derek Fowler studio battery town hall clock; Smiths Sectronic battery mantel clock; also two others (6) £30-50 1154. Synchronome Electric 6" 30 second impulse slave clock, with cream twelve hour Arabic numerals dial, bevelled glass and heavy duty bezel £40-80 1155. Paul Garnier electrique wall slave clock, the 4.5" cream dial under domed glass with beaded spun brass bezel and mahogany stained beaded case £60-100

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1156. Very rare early Poole Electric Clock Co. electric mantel clock, circa 1928, on round "Morsite" Bakelite base and pillar under a glass dome; marketed as "The Executive", 14.5" high

*This clock is sold with a folio of research papers relating to the Poole Electric Clock Co; the folio contains a large volume of invaluable and substantial research papers including maintenance notes, copy patents, catalogues, advertisements, photographs, published articles and correspondence £350-450

1157. ATO battery electric wall clock in veneered case, full height door glazing and 6" painted dial with Arabic numerals, inset seconds dial and inscription Electrique Ato. * Featured in Fig 424a Alan Shenton's Collectable Clocks £50-70

1158. An unusual Bulle Clock in 11.5" diameter brass wall case, the painted skeletonised dial with exposed pendulum, Roman numerals and period "Justa-Pile Wonder" battery

*Sold with copy of Rita Shenton - All You Ought to Know About the Bulle Clock £100-200 1159. Bulle electric clock on turned wooden base, under dome, 3.5" dial with "800 days" inscription on brass circular post, with original Bulle paper in battery compartment; 10.5" high; also another Bulle electric clock on turned wooden base, under dome, 3.5" dial with "Bulle clock" inscription on brass circular post, with original Bulle paper in battery compartment and original pendulum travel clip; 10.5" high (2) *Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clock, figure 419a/b

*Sold with two copies of Rita Shenton - All You Ought to Know About the Bulle Clock £130-200


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1160. Bulle electric clock on turned wooden base, under dome, 3.5" dial with "800 days" inscription on brass circular post, with original Bulle paper in battery compartment; 10.5" high; ; also another Bulle electric clock on rectangular wooden base, with four glazed sided case, 3.5" dial with "800 days" inscription on brass circular post, with original Bulle paper in battery compartment, 10.5" high (2) *Sold with two copies of Rita Shenton - All You Ought to Know About the Bulle Clock £110-150 1161. Two Tempex Art Deco electric clocks on Bakelite bases, under domes, with chrome posts and pendulums, 10.5" high (2) £65-95

1162. Bulle electric clock with in a round top wooden inlaid case, the 5" silvered dial with skeletonised centre, 13.5" high

*Sold with copy of Rita Shenton - All You Ought to Know About the Bulle Clock £65-85

1163. Junghans Ato electric clock, the silvered 5" dial over a spun base and under a glass dome, 11.5" high £30-50 1164. Jeffersen "Golden House" mystery clock by Jeffersen Electric company, with synchronous movement driving an outer ring gear, 6.5" high *Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figure 447 £50-70

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1168. Gents synchronous wall clock in 8" silvered case with silver 6" dial; also a Gents 11" Bakelite silent impulse wall slave clock, formerly installed in BBC studios, with cream twelve hour and centre seconds sweep dial (2) £60-90

1169. Wallace & Tierman electric drop dial wall clock, circa 1930s, the 6" silvered dial inscribed "Wallace Electric" and with Arabic numerals, within a wooden case, 11" high £30-50

1165. Two ATO battery electric wall clocks with original ATO batteries: an octagonal mahogany wall clock case with silvered dial, 7" dia; and a mahogany arch topped mantel clock case with inlay banding, silvered dial, 7" high

1170. Burroughes & Watts Ltd Billiards and Snooker session timing clock, circa 1920s; as the mechanically driven minute hand makes contact with one of four brass pegs located around an outer brass ring, it causes a battery operated bell located on outside of case to be rung, 10" dial with Roman numerals, 18" square mahogany case.

1166. Bulle electric clock with original Bulle battery in an arched top wooden case with beading, 5" silvered dial with skeletonised centre, Pearce & Sons Leicester, 12.5" high

1171. Rare Carl Bohmeyer German electric master clock movement, identified by the letters C B H within a small shield at the base of the inner brass back plate.

*Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figure 424c £70-100

*Sold with a copy of Rita Shenton - All You Ought to Know About the Bulle Clock £70-100

1167. Rare American Tiffany Never Wind "Cloister" electric clock with torsion pendulum, circa 1915, with brass base and dome, 11" high

*Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figures 412 a/b/c £250-350

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*The movement is an "Empire" movement made by English Watch & Clock Manufacturing Co/H Williamson pre 1932 £200-300

*The electronics were first Patented in 1888

*The high quality movement would be driven by the two accompanying original 2 5lb weights being rewound electrically every eighty minutes £100-150

1172. Mercer electric wall slave clock, with 6" silvered dial in 10" diameter wooden case; also Mercer "ships" electric slave clock in heavy chrome case, 8" dia dial, 10.5" dia. base and a Brille 8" wall slave clock in ornate beaded spun metal case with 5" dia white dial engraved "Electrique Brillie" and bevel edge domed glass (3) £60-90 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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1177 1173. Very early Magneta boardroom shelf slave clock with reverse polarity, the 4.5" painted dial with domed glass above a month and date calendar, in an ornate mahogany case with lion head handles, 17" high £50-80 1174. Small neat Synchronome 4" silent impulse slave clock, with cream twenty-four hour and centre seconds sweep hand, with bevelled glass and heavy duty bezel; formerly installed at airport desk in console panel £40-80 1175. Lowne impulse dial movement, 4.25" wide £150-250

1176. Early, 1938, Siemens Bakelite alarm clock, self start synchronous, with back light and twelve or twenty-four hour switching feature, 6" high; also a Smiths Sectric "Sun" clock, 8" dia and an octagonal early radiogram electric clock movement (3) £50-80

1177. Eureka Clock Company of London 1906 electric mantel clock, the two ball movement supported by columns on a thick brass rectangular stepped base, the cream enamelled 4.5" dial with Roman numerals, signed Eureka Clock Co. Ltd, Londo, and with inset seconds ring, clock style no. 4, serial no. 9950, 12.5" high (without dome)

*This clock is featured in Alan Shenton - The Eureka Clock, figure 10 and is sold with a copy of the book £50-80 10

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1180 1178. Early Bulle electric pendulum clock, with large central brass pillar supporting the 5.5" skeletonised dial and movement, mounted on a circular mahogany base, under a glass dome, 15.5" high

*This clock is described and illustrated in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figures 418a/b of Alan Shenton's Collectable Clocks £120-160 1179. Rare Gustav Becker 400 day torsion clock, circa 1905, with skeletonised chapter ring on oval wooden base with dome, 13.5" high *This clock and its unusual features are described and illustrated in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figures 70a/b/c £500-700

1180. Very rare J Cauderay's patent of 1893 electric mantel clock,; the foursided glass case supports a 4" dial with sweep second hand and two decorative silk covered coils leading to the battery in the base, 12" high

*such clocks were manufactured in France and are credited with the earliest successful use of an electrically maintained spring balance *This clock, and its unusual features are further described and illustrated in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figures 426a/b £1200-1600


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1181 1181. Unusual early French electric clock, the skeletonised enamelled 4" dial with Arabic numerals being mounted on slender fluted brass pillars, with power to the coil, contacts and slender wire covered cylindrical pendulum passing from the wooden base via coiled copper wires, 14" high £500-700

1182. Extremely rare and early surviving Murday/Reason Manufacturing Co. electric master clock, with short pendulum dating from 1912, within a 19" high mahogany case with ball and claw feet, fretwork decoration and 6" white enamelled dial with Roman numerals behind a glazed spun brass bezel

*This clock was purchased from the family of a foreman at the Reason company who was presented with the clock on 6 February 1912 "in appreciation of his assistance in the "Automatic Circular Folder Action" last week", it operates with a Hipp toggle type mechanism, and pendulum with zinc bob *A copy of the award letter to the foreman is included with the clock

*Illustrated in Shenton Electrical Clocks Price Guide, Edition 1, Fig 243, page 416 and Edition 2, Fig 413, page 375) £2500-3500

1183. TMC (Telephone Manufacturing Company) half second electric master clock in short 16" high wall mounted full glass fronted oak case with skeletonised dial and separate seconds dial, serial Number 822 shown on black crackle painted back plate (pendulum and bob) *Affectionately known as "flying paper clip clocks" as the clock broadly operates on the Hipp principle but without a standard notch and toggle £300-400

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1184. Early Synchronome Master Clock, with prototype escapement movement feature above the escapement wheel, ser. no. 1210 (between Dec 1924-Dec 1927), on matt black casting in a 50" high mahogany case, the 7" dial signed Synchronome Electric, London , pendulum and bob

*Sold with a folio of original papers including correspondence, parts lists and instructions for set up received in 1947 from The Synchronome Company, and a copy of the publication "A Hope-Jones Synchronome Miscellany" £380-450

1185. Gillett & Johnson half second electric master clock, in short 21" high wall mounted full glass fronted oak case, painted cast G & J on back plate and Gillett & Johnson plaque in case (pendulum and bob) £350-450

1186. An extremely rare Brillie electric master clock, with bell strike, white enamelled 6" dial inscribed Brillie Electrique and Roman numerals with brass bezel, ornate spherical bob pendulum and horseshoe magnet and coil mounted on marble back plate, within an oak glazed case; 17.5" high *The clock is also sold with a folio containing a large volume of invaluable and substantial research papers including original copies of historic papers and patents pertaining to Brillie, original and reproduced photographs, published articles and correspondence, and a copy of installation and usage instructions included £1200-1400

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1187. Early Gillett & Johnson electric master clock, circa 1925, to Patent 194407-1923, in 54.5" high wall mounted full glass fronted oak stepped case, matt black back plate, no. 556 and Gillett & Johnson plaque in case (pendulum, bob and case key)

*This clock is sold with a copy of a paper by Arthur Mitchell on background, servicing and set-up of the clock, detailed drawings of the clock mechanism and five Christmas cards from the Directors at G & J £900-1200

1188. Good Synchronome Electric master clock, no. 2388, crackled black casting with damper to the gravity arm, polished 51" high oak case with the "luxury" door openers, the clock having a silvered dial, pendulum and bob. *This clock is known to date from circa November 1937

*Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figure 389

*A copy of Synchronome Miscellany included in the lot £250-350

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1191 1189. Early Shortt Synchronome Master Clock with limited production triangular movement made to the design of Patent 9527-1915, NRA serial plate no. 175, with a high quality jewelled movement mounted on matt black casting in 50" high mahogany case with silvered 7" dial, pendulum and bob

*The clock is also sold with original correspondence relating to this clock from the Synchronome Company confirming its high quality, a copy of the Patent, a spare prototype triangular movement with alternate escapement and contact features, and a copy of the publication "A Hope-Jones Synchronome Miscellany". The clock also featured in Alan Shenton Collectable Clocks, figure 226 £550-650

1190. George Bernard Bowell Silent Electric Co. electric master clock, circa 1919, with "Silectock" movement, two-thirds glass door and 5" diameter dial, within an Art Nouveau style oak case, 30" high

*This clock was also exhibited at the Science Museum, London, Electrifying Time Exhibition held from December 1976-April 1977; see catalogue pp 74 & Plate 18 £450-650


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1191. Silent Electric master clock in mahogany 71" high case, with 9" square silvered Roman numeral dial engraved Silent Electric Co. Ltd, 192 Goswell Street, E.C (London), three-quarter height bevel edged glazing panels, suspension plate no. 54 mounted on heavy Silent Electric cast back plate, with pendulum and brass bob, the lower part of case pediment compartment providing battery storage *This clock is also sold with an accompanying 10.5" painted slave dial also inscribed marked Silent Electric Co. Ltd, 192 Goswell Street, E.C.; and two original Silent Electric Co "Louis XVi" 9" dial design cards £4000-6000

1192. Very early and rare G B Bowell "Continuous Motion" electric clock, constructed in 1929, the 5" painted dial is inscribed "G.B.B, Continuous Motion and Provisional Patent 774-14147-29"; dating it to 1929 as the full Patent 327,708 was granted in 1930

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*The clock is historically significant as the Patent post dated Bowell's separation from partnership with Hope Jones and its purpose was to achieve a better patent than Bain for a clock with an electric motor drive capable of driving a tower clock train, and thus also the hands. Horseshoe back mount casting with "Bowell Patent", brass movement, mahogany case 36.5" high, pendulum, bob and case key. It is believed that only four examples of this clock type exist; twenty years ago two were in the Terwilliger collection with one on loan to New York University, the two others , including this one were in private ownership in the UK. The clock is sold also with a comprehensive folio containing original pre publication manuscripts by G B Bowell, and a large volume of other invaluable and substantial research papers, copies of the published papers and numerous other original and copy historic papers, and Patents pertaining to G B Bowell £3000-5000

1193. Extremely rare surviving Murday/Reason Manufacturing Co. electric master clock, with long pendulum dating from circa 1910, the clock in a decorative 54" high mahogany case with 3/4 length glazing, the 11.5" dial with Roman numerals and blued steel spade hands and within a glazed spun brass bezel; with a Hipp toggle type mechanism located behind the dial, with wooden pendulum and weight platform below the two green cotton covered coils, suspended from a cast and steel plate are the two brass bob cylinders, the rear of the case protected by a steel guard rail *This clock was formerly located in the manufacturers drawing office and there are further notes sold with this clock. Please ask for further information or copies £4000-6000

1194. Extremely rare Shortt Synchronome astronomical regulator with experimental Inertia escapement, made in 1912, within a mahogany case, 55.5" high

*The clock is accompanied by a letter from The Synchronome Company to a previous owner confirming that only twelve such clocks were made. This experimental clock type should not be confused with the later Synchronome astronomical SH6 clocks made after the First World War in 1926 for Admiral Fountaine and then various observatories. The clock is sold with copies of Shortt's patent of 22 November 1911, his lecture to the BHI on 16 January 2012 and the Synchronome Company's sales leaflet for this clock

The clock is original, with mahogany case with moulded cornice and base, the glazed door with rectangular bevelled glass, the upper section with round dial glass and silvered astronomical dial with blued steel hands, dial movement with four wheel train and narrow, rectangular brass plates. The case back has a heavy triangular cast iron suspension support for pendulum, with two invar compensation rods connecting it to the bottom mounted movement and supporting the beat scale. The movement with snailed brass back plate and agate tipped gravity arm, the arm electrically reset every second, and interacting with a wheel mounted to a carriage at the bottom of the pendulum rod, providing impulse at every vibration, invar rod with steel suspension, weight platform and cylindrical lead bob; suspension mount, lower suspension part below bob, and case key detached for transport £10000-15000

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CARRIAGE CLOCKS Mostly on view in the cabinets

1201. French repeater carriage clock striking on a bell, within a corniche brass case, 7" high £100-150

1202. French carriage clock striking on a bell, within a corniche brass case, 7" high, with Morocco leather travelling case £100-150 1203. French repeater carriage clock striking on a bell, the movement back plate and dial signed Scherer, Paris, within a one-piece gilded brass case, 6.5" high £200-300

1204. Grande Sonnerie carriage clock with alarm, the movement striking with two hammers on a bell, selection lever to the base, within a gorge brass case, 7.5" high £600-800 1205. Musical carriage type clock, fitted with a cylinder and comb to the base, the 2.75" white dial with subsidiary seconds and hour dials, within a metal case, 7.5" high £60-100 14

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1206. Silver cased carriage type timepiece, the 1.75" white dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within a paste set surround, with Swiss movement, Chester, 1912, 4" high £100-150

1207. Good English repeater carriage clock striking on a gong, the white dial inscribed Haseldine, 36 New Bond St, London, within a stepped glazed case, 7.75" high (keys) £550-750

1208. Carriage timepiece within a corniche brass case, 7" high; also two other smaller carriage timepieces within corniche brass cases, both with outer Morocco travelling cases, two keys (3) £100-150

1209. Miniature brass carriage timepiece, with lever escapement and bimetallic compensated balance, within a cannelee brass case, 3.25" high £120-180

1210. French repeater carriage clock with alarm, striking on a bell, within a corniche brass case, 6.5" high £150-250

1211. Rare French small carriage timepiece with fixed key wind beneath the base, the dial signed Le Roy & Fils, 57 New Bond Street, Made in France, Palais Royal, Paris, within a corniche brass case, 5.25" high £250-350


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1212. Large carriage clock striking on a bell, the movement back plate signed Charles Frodsham, London, within a corniche brass case, 7.5" high (key) £200-250 1213. French oval carriage clock timepiece, within a brass case, 6.25" high; also another French carriage timepiece within a gilded brass case, 6" high (2) £100-150

1214. French ornate Grand Sonnerie repeater carriage clock striking on a bell, the dial inscribed Gde Sonnerie/Pte Sonnerie/Silence under a lever to the top, with subsidiary days of the month and seconds dials, within an ornate gilded cast case with canted corners, surmounted by a handle with embracing lovers, 8.5" high £600-800

1215. Unusual French eight day carriage timepiece, the 1.5" cream dial plate inlaid with flowers over a visible escapement, within a silvered case repousse with romantic figures and foliage, within circular brass pillars, 4" high £50-80

1216. Good small repeater carriage clock striking on a gong, within a stepped corniche style brass case, 6" high £350-450

1217. French carriage clock striking on a gong, the back plate bearing the Richard & Co trademark logo, within a corniche gilded brass case, 6" high £220-280

1218. Tortoiseshell and silver mounted carriage clock timepiece, the French movement with platform escapement, the 2.25" mother of pearl dial signed A & J Smith, Aberdeen, within a rectangular tortoiseshell case with silver bun feet and handle hallmarked for London, 6" high £100-150

1219. Miniature French carriage clock timepiece, within a gilt brass case with niello panels, 3.75" high; also with outer Morocco leather travelling case and key £200-300 1220-1300 NO LOT

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1301. Good Vernis Martin bracket clock, French, circa 1770, the 9" enamel dial signed HrÈ Lieutaud · Marseille with well pierced gilt hands, the similarly signed five pillar movement, no. 745 with anchor escapement, silk suspension and outside numbered countwheel bell, the waisted case painted with summer flowers on an apple green ground and outline with gilt-brass foliate mounts, 28.25" high; with a similarly decorated wall bracket, 13.75" high (pendulum and key)

*This clock was purchased from Sotheby's on 28/9/1985 for £5000 (lot 360) £1500-2000

1302. Small quarter repeating Boulle mantel timepiece, French, circa 1715, with 5.75" twelve-piece enamel cartouche dial, the movement signed Fiacre Clement · Paris with verge escapement, silk suspension, cycloidal cheeks and quarter repeating on three bells, the straight-sided case veneered with brown shell inlaid with finely cut brass outlined with giltbronze mounts and surmounted by an oil lamp finial, 19" high overall (pendulum and keys)

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1303. Good Boulle Religieuse, French, circa 1875, the 7" silvered chapter ring set on a blue velvet surround with pierced gilt hands and a mask and foliate mount below, the square plated bell striking movement with Brocot escapement and vertical hammer, the case with ogee moulded cresting and flambeau finials above a balustrade, the front and sides veneered with panels of red stained tortoiseshell inlaid with brass within borders of ebony moulding, 21.75" high (pendulum and key) *This clock was purchased from Sotheby's on 19/6/1995 for £2000 (lot 438) £1200-1800

1304. Good gilt-bronze mantel clock, circa 1850, the 4" Sevres style dial painted with a cherub and with gilt Roman numerals, the French movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the domed case flanked by female figures and inset with porcelain panels, on toupie feet, 15" high (pendulum and key) £300-500

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1305. French Vernis Martin balloon shaped two train mantel clock, the Vincenti movement striking on a gong, the 3.25" white dial within a gilt metal mounted case decorated with a courting couple to the front and flowering foliage to the sides, surmounted by a foliate cast top, 14" high (pendulum) £250-350

1306. Good small mahogany table clock, Thomas Wagstaffe, London, circa 1785, with 4.5" enamel dial, the five pillar repeating rack striking twin fusee movement with verge escapement and short bob pendulum, the back plate signed Thos Wagstaffe, London and engraved with a bird and scrolling foliage, within a brass bound bell top case with finely pierced and engraved foliate frets to the front door and sides, with brass bezel, carrying handle and upon bracket feet, 14.5" high (pendulum and key)

*This clock was purchased from Sotheby's on 3/6/1994 for £3200 (lot 328) £2000-3000

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1307. Fine gilt and silvered bronze mantel clock garniture, English/French, dated 1871, the French bell striking movement, no. 6952 with enamel dial, the elaborate oval case decorated with engraved gilt reserves applied with tiger's eye agate cabouchons and divided by shells, the whole surmounted by a merchild blowing a trumpet, the rectangular plinth centred with a shell and flanked by well cast and heavily silvered hippocampi, the reverse with the Victorian registration mark for 11th February 1871, 19" high; with a pair of conforming three light candelabra, 17.25" high (pendulum and key) *This clock garniture was purchased from Sotheby's on 3/6/1994 for £3500 (lot 283) £1500-2500 16

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1308. French ormolu and grey marble two train mantel clock garniture, the Japy Freres movement striking on a bell, the 4" white painted floral dial inset into a fluted column supported upon a breakfront base and surmounted by a Classical urn with pineapple finial, 16.5" high (pendulum and key); also with a pair of matching four light candelabra, 18.75" high (pendulum and key) £500-750 1309. Good ormolu mounted 'jewelled' porcelain mantel clock, French, circa 1880, the bell striking S. Marti movement, no. 2365 with Brocot escapement, the porcelain drum case painted at the front with the dial, putti at the centre and a border of flowers and butterflies, ormolu satyr mask handles and winged putti above flanking a covered porcelain urn decorated with 'jewelled' gilding on a blue ground, the sides and back similarly decorated, the whole raised on an elaborate ormolu socle with fruit mounted scroll feet and masks at the front and rear, 19.75" high £1000-1500 1310. Good Louis XV style bronze mantel clock, the dial with enamel Roman numerals, the movement with half hour striking on a bell, the foliate cast and waisted case surmounted by a putto holding an hourglass, on a shaped cast stand, 25" high, mid 19th century (pendulum and two keys) £350-550

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1311. Good skeleton timepiece with passing strike, English, attributed to William Frederick Evans, Handsworth, circa 1870, the 5.25" enamel chapter ring signed for I. Simmons, Manchester, fusee and chain movement with half deadbeat escapement, shaped pallets, six-spoke wheels and wood rod pendulum with cylindrical zinc bob, well pierced scroll frame with top mounted bell for the passing strike and raised on a stepped bow ended white marble plinth, with a glass dome, 18.5" high (pendulum and key) £500-800 1312. Ellicott, fine early George III ebonised chiming bracket clock, circa 1770, the 6.5" enamel dial signed Ellicott London with central calendar ring and subsidiary regulation dial in the arch above, set within a gilt surround engraved with flowers, strike/silent lever at XII, the similar signed repeating seven pillar triple fusee and chain movement with verge escapement and rise and fall regulation, bell striking and chiming on eight bells, the front plate stamped Thwaites 533, the back plate engraved with leafy scrolls around a basket of flowers, the bell top case banded with gilt-brass and profusely decorated with gilt-brass mounts, the sides with carrying handles and well chased rococo frets, 25" high overall (pendulum and keys) *John Ellicott the second, a highly respected maker, took his son Edward into partnership in about 1760, after which date the clocks made by father and son were signed Ellicott London. Thwaites made several clocks for Ellicott and the serial number for this clock dates it to 1771

*This clock was purchased from Sotheby's on 18/12/1990 for £8000 ( lot 917) £3500-5500

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1313 1313. George III mahogany bracket clock signed Bittleston, London, the 6.75" arched silvered dial with Roman numerals and outer Arabic minutes containing the signature, train apertures and calendar aperture, strike/silent in the arch and with garria and foliate spandrels, the movement with anchor escapement and foliate chased back plate, striking on a bell, the case with segmental pediment surmounted by a bracket handle, with metal fret pierced sides on gilt metal bracket feet, 15.5" (pendulum) *John Bittleston is recorded as free of the clockmakers' company in 1765 £1200-1800

1314. Small George III ebonised alarm bracket timepiece, the 4" arched silvered dial signed Grimalde & Johnson, Strand London with central alarm disc, the similar signed fusee movement with anchor escapement and pull wind alarm, the broken arch brass bound case with a panelled top and carrying handle, 10.25" high (pendulum and key) *Grimalde & Johnson worked at 431 Strand during the first quarter of the 19th century £1500-2500

1315. Unusual silvered and gilt pendant 'lantern' timepiece, French, circa 1895, the silvered dial behind a Gothic mask, the eight day movement with cylinder escapement in a rectangular case with red glass side panels, silvered 'tiled' roof with gilt quatrefoil windows and elaborate hanging loop, the whole pendant from a silvered and gilt stand with spiral column, scrolling bracket and bird terminal, 17" high (key) £800-1200

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1316. French gilt-brass striking and repeating carriage clock with alarm, A. Dumas, no. 1081, last quarter 19th century, the bambu case with silvered mask to the blue and grey enamel dial, within bamboo frame, each Roman chapter also within a painted bamboo frame, blued hands, with conforming alarm dial below, the twin barrel movement with silvered platform to the bimetallic balance with lever escapement, strike/repeat/alarm on gong to the back plate stamped for A. Dumas and numbered 1081, repeat stamps to underside; with original leather travel case, 6.25" high (key)

*Most bambu case carriage clocks do not continue the stick bamboo theme to the dial, as on the present clock. Another example with bamboo frames to the main and subsidiary dials may be seen in Derek Roberts - Carriage and Other Travelling Clocks, Schiffer 1993, page 98, figure 6-29 £1000-1500

1317. French repeater carriage clock striking on a gong, the movement back plate bearing the Henri Jacot trademark logo, no. 17281, also stamped to the base, within a gilded brass corniche case, 6.5" high; also with a travelling Morocco case and original key £300-500 1318. Dresden style porcelain tree shaped two train mantel clock, the Henri Marc movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 2.5" white dial also signed Henry Marc · Paris, within a floral encrusted and gilded case and upon an ornate scrolling stand, 13.5" high overall (pendulum and key) £250-350


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1319. Ormolu and champlevé enamel mantel clock, circa 1890, the gilt dial with enamel centre, the bell striking S. Marti movement with lever escapement contained in a globe case decorated with blue and cream enamel and surmounted by a dove and ribbon-tied garlands of flowers, the whole supported by three putti standing on similarly enamelled circular plinth with paw feet and raised on an onyx plinth, 15.75" high £800-1200 1320. Ormolu mounted porphyry revolving chapter ring urn clock, French, circa 1870, the bell striking Vincenti movement with later lever escapement driving two enamel chapter rings contained in the urn with leaf mounted cover and berried finial, applied heraldic shields at the front and rear, the sides with leaf cast handles above bearded masks, truncated fluted column socle hung with garlands of flowers and square plinth inset with foliate mounts, all mounts crisply cast and chased, 14.25" high *This clock was purchased from Sotheby's on 6/3/1997 for £6000 (lot 262) £3000-4000

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1321. French exhibition giant gilt-bronze and porcelain mounted striking carriage clock, Japy Freres et Cie, no. 237, circa 1870, the rococo case with pineapple finials to the angles above scroll mounts trailing to pal fronds held by clambering amorini, the top centred by a porcelain cupola with pineapple finial below the foliate cast scroll handle, with cherub mount seated holding book and pen to the fore, with pink porcelain side panels painted en grisaille with cherubs supporting fruiting baskets, within leafy borders, the dial similarly painted with cherubs and with two-tone gilt Roman chapters against individual white reserves, steel moon and crescent hands, on base cast in relief with leaves and ribbons and with scroll cartouche mount to the front inset with a porcelain panel painted with musical trophies, platform lever escapement, strike on bell to the back plate with stamp for Japy Freres et Cie within an Exposition d'Honneur stamp for 1855, 10 2/3" high to top of handle *Provenance: purchased by Mary Louise Campbell wife of the 2nd Earl of Ellesmere, when she accompanied Queen Victoria to one of the Paris Exhibitions Literature: illustrated Derek Roberts (op cit), page 152, figure 9-28

*This clock was purchased from Christie's on 3/7/1997 for £6200 (lot 91) £3000-5000

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1322. Viennese silver-gilt and enamel monstrance clock, base of bell form on silvered paw feet and enamelled with allegorical scenes, the silvered enamel king with green and mauve enamel mantel supporting the similarly enamelled watch case surmounted by a winged putto, the Roman numerals enclosing a multicoloured champlevÈ enamel centre and having associated watch movement signed Isaiah Robert, London, 9.5" high *This clock was purchased from Christie's on 8/5/1992 for £2100 (lot 63) £1200-1800 1323. French small novelty bronze and champlevÈ elephant mantel timepiece with platform escapement, the 1.75" white dial within a paste set surround and balloon casing supported upon a standing elephant and oval green onyx base, 7.5" high £400-600 1324. Good ormolu 'Pendule Portative' with travelling case, Paul Garnier, no. 300, French, circa 1835, the 3.25" finely engine turned silvered dial signed for Guyerdet AinÈ · Paris with split moon hands, bell striking movement signed P.G. BrevetÈ no. 300 with Garnier's two-plane chaff cutter escapement, the keyhole shaped case with carrying handle, glazed aperture for viewing the escapement and decorated with stylised leaves; with the original velvet lined leather covered travelling case, 9" high *This clock was purchased from Sotheby's on 11/6/98 for £4200 (lot 321) £2500-3500

1325 1325. Ormolu travelling clock, circa 1840, with an enamel dial signed for Thos. Pearce Paris and similarly signed bell striking movement with early Brocot escapement, the highly elaborate case cast with putti, mermaids, dolphins, flowers and shells, 11.75" high (pendulum)

*This clock was purchased from Sotheby's on 13/10/1988 for £2600 (lot 62) £1200-1800

1326. French Empire ormolu two train mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking with two hammers on a bell, the 3.25" white dial within a pillar case supported upon a rectangular base with egg and dart frieze, surmounted by instruments emblematic of science, 15" high (pendulum) £400-600

1327. Swiss ormolu Grande Sonnerie Pendule d'Officier with alarm, no. 1571, circa 1800, the arched case with entwined serpent handle and cast in low relief with anthemions, trailing bell flowers and lyres against a stipple ground, with lanceolate leaf cast gallery above a base raised on bun feet, with part reeded and glazed bezel to a white enamel Arabic chapter ring, with foliate scroll engraved gilt-brass centre, blued steel hands, hour, minute and alarm set hands, the twin train movement with circular plates, chain fusee with plain three arm balance and verge escapement for the going train and going barrel for the strike/repeat train, pull wind alarm, strike and trip repeat on two bells, polished steel strike racks positioned on a back plate stamped 1571, with three-position Sonnerie adjustment lever to the underside of the case, 8.75" high to hilt of handle *This clock was purchased from Christie's on 5/7/2002 for £4800 (lot 39) £2500-3500

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1328. Paul Garnier, no. 895, rare Louis Philippe Ormolu Grande Sonnerie Pendule Portative with chaff cutter escapement, circa 1835, with 3.25" twelve-piece cartouche dial and bezel concealed winding, the rectangular bell striking and repeating movement with fine wheel work and Garnier's two-plane escapement, the back plate signed Paul Garnier, H. Du Roi, Paris 895 and PG. BrevetÈ, the one piece waisted rococo case cast and chased with scrolls, shells, a lyre and garlands of fruit, 8" high

*Paul Garnier, a highly respected and innovative maker, was born in 1801 and died in 1869. He is chiefly remembered for his escapement work, his most famous being the two-plane escapement fitted to this clock. For illustrations of a similar Pendule Portative and a description of this clock no, 895, see Carriage Clocks by Charles Allix, pages 58 and 59, plates II/23 and II/24

*This clock was purchased from Sotheby's on 14/12/1989 for £4200 (lot 258) £2500-3500 1329. French brass mantel clock with alarm, the principal dial over an alarm dial and within an ornate case cast with cherubs and objects emblematic of the arts, surmounted by a figural finial, 9.5" high (key) £250-350

1330. French ormolu figural mantel timepiece, the watch movement and dial both signed Tulou · Paris and inset into a brickwork housing attended by a winged figure, upon a rectangular base, 7" high £200-300

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1331. Antoine Colieau, Paris: Louis XVI gilt-brass travelling timepiece, the square case surmounted by a bell and carrying handle, with turned corner finials and with chased floral spandrels, the signed circular enamel dial with pierced gilt hands and centre alarm set, the movement with alarm and pull quarter repeat, with virgule escapement, the repeat work visible on the back plate, 7.5" high *This clock was purchased from Phillips London on 11/3/1997 for £4200 (lot 166) £1500-2500 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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1332. French gilt metal and shagreen easel mantel timepiece with platform escapement, the 2" white dial within a paste set bezel and shagreen surround and foliate cast frame, 9.25" high £200-300 1333. Fine Augsburg gilt metal and steel striking cruciform clock, the stepped ogee foot with inhabited foliate engraving on silvered bun feet supporting the movement casing finely pierced and engraved with rearing stags and horses amongst strapwork foliage and cornucopias, the crucifix applied with the Corpus Christi with the scroll plaque above cast with the letters INRI and with gilt orb above with revolving silvered Roman chapter ring and blued steel pointer, beneath the figures of Mary and Joseph of Aramathea with skull and crossed bones at their feet, the movement having four baluster pillars with chased terminals, chain fusee for the going with foliate pierced and engraved open footed cock, the back plate stamped AMW, the strike train with numbered steel countwheel visible on the top plate with pierced and engraved foliate cock, its going barrel foliate engraved with similarly pierced and engraved gate and striking on a bell housed in the base, circa 1600, 12.25" high *This clock was purchased from Christie's on 24/11/1993 for £8000 (lot 216) and was listed then as formerly the property of a nobleman £4000-6000

1333 1334. German hexagonal gilt metal striking table clock with alarm, Joh: Gottl: Freudenburg, Breslau, the case with D-ended glazed viewing portals to the sides, the moulded base on turned gilt-brass toupie feet, spring catch to the hinged base inset with a bell, the brass Roman and Arabic dial with central alarm disc, foliate engraved spandrels and later blued steel hands, the movement signed on the gilt top plate Joh: Gottl: Freudenburg, Breslau, foliate pierced and engraved footed balance cock to the verge escapement with chain fusee, foliate engraved going barrel for the strike with trip repeat on side of case, the alarm operating from a smaller subsidiary going barrel, 3.25" high, 4.5" dial diameter

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*This lot was purchased from Christie's on 12/6/1996 for £4300 ( lot 258) £3000-5000

1335. Horizontal table timepiece with alarm, German, circa 1700, 3.25" pewter chapter ring with single hand, central alarm disc and set on a flower engraved surround, the giltbrass movement signed Albrecht Berlin with standing barrel for the alarm, fusee and chain for the going train with verge escapement, pierced and engraved cock and original regulator, the back plate applied with similarly decorated furniture, the case with winged corner mounts and applied on all sides with gilt-brass panels depicting scenes from the life of Christ, 3.25" high *This timepiece was purchased from Sotheby's on 6/6/1996 for £4200 £3000-5000

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1337. Early 18th century German silver verge Form Watch modelled as a book, each cover engraved with wheat ear borders and centred by a flower with additional foliate decoration, the spine with three wheat ear bands, the page edges gilt, with a mock central clasp opening to reveal a one-piece silver dial signed to the centre Planck Gratz with single hand and champleve chapter ring within a chased foliate scroll surround, the rectangular movement with pierced and engraved cock with large shaped foot and Egyptian pillars, signed Johan Planck, Gratz, 1.75" x 2 1/4" x 3/4"

*This clock was purchased from Phillips on 24/09/1996 for £4400 (lot 119) £2500-4000

1339 1336. Zeidlmayr, Wienn., no. 42, rare gilt metal candle alarm clock, circa 1740, the gilt square plated fusee movement with verge escapement, winged balance cock with broad pierced foot with irregular edge, turned pillars and engraved standing barrel for the alarm, the back plate signed Zeidlmayr Wienn N. 242, applied gilt dial with foliate engraved spandrels and central alarm disc, the rectangular case engraved overall with geometric designs and scrolling leaves, the inside of the lid signed Matthias G‰rttner Wienn and opening to reveal the candle, the alarm sounding on a bell mounted below, the whole raised on turned feet, length overall 6.25"

1338. Good Alarm lantern clock, made for the Turkish market, the 5" arched dial with a raised chapter ring, matt worked centre and alarm ring, signed Go. Clarke, London, on a disc in the arch, the movement with a crown wheel escapement and typical pillar case, with a bob pendulum, 8" overall (bob pendulum and two weights) *Possibly the George Clarke recorded as working in Leadenhall St, circa 1725 £800-1200

1339. Thomas Cole small oval strut timepiece, the foliate engraved silvered dial signed C.F. Hancock and also signed verso to the back plate C.F. Hancock, 59, Bruton St., London no. 865, 5" high £1000-1500

*This clock was purchased from Sotheby's on 30/5/1991 for £10,000 (lot 216) £4000-6000

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1343 1340. Rare Victorian gilt metal month timepiece attributed to Thomas Cole, with an enamel dial and Fleur de Lys hands, the large two-tier movement signed Dee 123, with tapered plates, seven wheels in the train, ratchet tooth lever escapement and plain gold balance, the multisection lyre shaped case engraved overall with leaves and arabesques, with strut support, 9.75" high *This timepiece is illustrated in J.B. Hawkins - Thomas Cole & Victorian Clockmaking, item 30, page 93, where it is incorrectly described as having an eight day movement with a compensated balance; the stated height is also incorrect £2000-4000

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1341. Fine engraved gilt and silvered desk timepiece, Edward Winter Robins, no. 2878, London, circa 1858, the foliate engraved silvered dial with Gothic chapters signed E.W. Robins, 28 Queen's Road, Bayswater, London, eight day movement with jewelled ratchet tooth lever escapement and plain steel balance numbered 2878 at the base of the back plate, the similarly numbered case of unusual shaped design with recessed silvered panel along the front, swivel foot and well engraved on the front, sides and back with flowers and scrolling leaves, 7.25" high *For a discussion of the work of Edward Winter Robins, see J.B. Hawkins Thomas Cole & Victorian Clockmaking, pages 29 and 168-9

*This clock timepiece was purchased from Sotheby's on 26/2/1998 for £4000 (lot 223) £3000-5000

1342. Victorian gilt metal strut mantel clock, circa 1845, attributed to Thomas Cole, with a silvered engraved dial signed Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense, the eight day gong striking movement signed Hunt & Roskell, London with a lever escapement, contained in a circular gilt case with a shuttered back, the dial, movement and case all numbered 510, 6" high £800-1200


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1343. Gilt metal strut timepiece attributed to Thomas Cole junior, circa 1875, with a silvered dial signed for Dent 34 Cockspur St., the fusee and chain watch type movement with lever escapement and plain steel balance, the case with scrolled outline and engraved with cornucopias and leaves, the strut numbered 13, 6" high *This timepiece is illustrated in J.B. Hawkins - Thomas Cole & Victorian Clockmaking, item 31, page 94 £1000-2000

1344. Victorian engraved gilt-brass desk timepiece in the form of a cheval mirror, Thomas Cole, London, no. 931, circa 1860, the oval silvered dial engraved with foliage and centred by a cartouche flanked by cornucopias of flowers and a putti, the chapter ring with painted Roman numerals and delicate blued steel Fleur de Lys hands, the movement signed Thos Cole, London on the front plate, going barrel, lever escapement and gold three armed balance, the case finely engraved with further foliage and flowerheads, the reverse signed designed and made by Thos Cole, No. 931, further numbered 931 beneath the rear cover and again to the underside of the stand, 6.75" high *A very similar clock is illustrated in J.B. Hawkins - Thomas Cole & Victorian Clockmaking, page 117, item 41

*This timepiece was purchased from Christie's on 2/7/2004 for £5500 (lot 35) £3000-5000

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1345. Good mahogany triple fusee boardroom clock, the 9" rounded arched dial with silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre under subsidiary slow/fast and gongs/bells dials, the movement playing on a nest of eight bells and four gongs, also chiming the hours and quarters on a larger gong, within a stepped case applied with caryatid and foliate gilt metal mounts, surmounted by a carved stepped caddy pediment and three urn finials, 31" high (pendulum and winding key) £2000-2500 1346. Good Black Forest trumpeter two train mantel clock, the 5.5" dial over the trumpeter door and within a pillared stepped case surmounted by a rounded arched pediment and turned finial, 28" high (pendulum and key) £1000-1500

1346

1347. Good Black Forest double fusee two train cuckoo clock, the 6" wooden dial within a chalet case carved with hanging game and surmounted by a deer's head, 24" high (pendulum) £1000-1400

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1350 1348. English fruitwood double fusee verge bracket clock, the 7" brass arched dial signed Martin, Royal Exchange, London on a silver plaque to the matted centre with subsidiary calendar dial, with strike/silent dial to the arch, the movement with a dragon and foliate engraved back plate, within a stepped case surmounted by a caddy top and brass carrying handle, 21" high ÂŁ2000-2500

1349. Interesting and rare rosewood double fusee automata bracket clock, the movement back plate signed Shacklock's, Stanfree, the 6.5" painted arched dial depicting automata dogs chasing game through a woodland connected to a pull repeat mechanism, over a green painted chapter ring with gilt Roman numerals enclosing subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, the case with box base and faux bamboo pillars, surmounted by a rounded arched top with brass carrying handle, 21.5" high overall ÂŁ1500-2000

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1350. Rare early English ebonised triple fusee table clock, the 11" square brass dial with skeleton chapter ring signed Tho Speakman, Londini Fecit under six o'clock, the silvered chapter ring enclosing a recessed matted centre with calendar aperture over three ringed winding holes, the six pillar movement playing on a nest of six bells (missing), with finely engraved foliate back plate also signed Tho Speakman, Fecit, within an ebonised pillared breakfront case surmounted by a caddy top, 19.75" high (in need of restoration) ÂŁ3000-5000


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1351. Fine English ebonised triple fusee bracket clock, the 8" rounded brass arched dial signed Handley & Moore, Clerkenwell Close to the white enamel dial centre, surmounted by chime/not chime and days of the week subsidiary dials, all inset into a foliate engraved dial plate, the substantial movement with deadbeat escapement playing on a nest of ten bells and striking on another, the engraved back plate also signed Handley & Moore, Clerkenwell Close London, with locking pendulum, within a rounded arched brass mounted stepped case surmounted by a caddy top with four ball finials, 25" high (pendulum and keys)

*On the front plate of this clock is a large HM and the number 931, indicating that the clock is circa 1810, this number also appears on the barrels £2000-3000

1352. English oak double fusee library clock, the 8" square silvered dial and back plate signed Webster, Queen Victoria Street, London no. 16089, within a cushion stepped case, 18" high (pendulum) £700-1000 1353. Good English flame mahogany double fusee bracket clock, the 8" white dial signed Frodsham, Gracechurch Street, London, the movement also signed to the back plate and with pull repeat, within a scrolling foliate carved case, 16" high (pendulum and keys) £1000-1500

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1357 1355. Good English mahogany double fusee bracket clock, the 8" convex white dial and movement back plate both signed James McCabe, Royal Exchange, London, within a panelled brass bound case surmounted by a stepped top and brass pineapple finial, 18.5" high (pendulum and keys) £1500-2000

1356. Good English ebonised double fusee bracket clock, the 7" convex cream dial signed Chas Duplock, London, the movement with pull repeat striking on a large bell, within a rounded arched stepped case surmounted by a pad top and brass carrying handle, 17" high overall (pendulum and keys) £2000-2500

1357. Good French ormolu Empire figural fusee mantel clock, the 3.5" white chapter ring enclosing an engine turned centre inset into a square column attended by a seated Classical robed lady to one side and Cupid to the other, both playing a lyre, upon a rectangular stepped base applied with stylised foliate cast mounts and egg and dart borders, 18.5" high (pendulum) £1200-1500

1358 1354. Good English ebonised and ormolu mounted double fusee verge bracket clock, the 7" brass arched dial signed Gale, London on a circular strike/silent tablet to the arch, the movement with pull repeat and foliate engraved back plate also signed John Gale, London, within a stepped case surmounted by a rounded arched triple pad top with ormolu carrying handle, 18.5" high (pendulum and keys) £4000-6000 28

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1358. Fine English ebonised and ormolu mounted double fusee verge bracket clock, the 7" brass arched dial signed Edward Cockey, Warminster on a silvered boss to the arch over a silvered chapter ring enclosing a false bob pendulum aperture, ringed winding holes and a date aperture, the movement with pull repeat also signed Edward Cockey, Warminster to the highly foliate engraved back plate, also with a pierced foliate engraved apron and pendulum catch, within a stepped case surmounted by a two tier basket top, four pineapple finials and a carrying handle, 20" high (pendulum) *This clock is also sold with an extract copy from the book by David Pollard - The Astronomical Clockmaker Edward Cockey and Other Warminster Horologists, signed by the author. This extract features the astronomical clock made by Edward Cockey and now located at Longleat House £6000-9000


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1359. Fine English mahogany double fusee verge table clock, the 7" square silvered dial signed Ellicott, London, with strike/silent lever to the top left hand corner, the verge movement with finely engraved back plate and signed by the engraver (Collet) to the bottom right hand corner, the movement with pull repeat and eight day bell striking, within a fine flamed mahogany brass bound case with round dial aperture, surmounted by a caddy top and ormolu carrying handle, 17" high (pendulum and keys) £5000-7000 1360. Good English ebonised double fusee bracket clock, the 6" brass arched dial signed Samuel Cochran, London on three divided silvered plates to the matted centre, with calendar aperture, enclosed by a silvered chapter ring and surmounted by a strike/silent subsidiary dial, the movement with foliate engraved back plate, within a stepped case surmounted by a caddy top and bronze carrying handle, 18" high (pendulum and keys) (alterations) £1200-1600 1361. Good English longcase regulator movement, the 15.5" silvered dial signed J. Condliff, Liverpool, with subsidiary seconds and hour dials, the movement with deadbeat escapement (mercury pendulum, rod, weight, pulley and bezel) £1500-2500

1362. Good English rosewood double fusee bracket clock in need of rebuilding, the 6" white dial signed Henry Archard, London, within a panelled brass bound case surmounted by a stepped pediment, 15" high (pendulum and keys) £300-600 1363. NO LOT

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1364 1364. Rare early English blue lacquer and floral gilded double fusee verge bracket clock, the 7" brass arched dial signed Ralph Tolson, London on a silvered arched plate to the matted centre with false pendulum bob and calendar apertures, also with strike/silent dial to the arch, the movement with pull repeat playing on a nest of six bells and striking on another, with fine scrolling foliate engraved back plate, within a stepped case surmounted by a caddy top with four turned brass finials and carrying handle, 21" high (pendulum and door keys) £4000-6000

1365. Good English ebonised double fusee bracket clock and bracket, the 7" brass arched dial signed J. Green on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with calendar aperture, with strike/silent dial to the arch, the foliate engraved back plate also signed J. Green, London, within a stepped case surmounted by a caddy top and brass carrying handle, 20.5" high (pendulum and winding key) £1000-1400 1366. French Boulle mantel timepiece with associated fusee movement, the 6.75" gilt dial with Roman cartouche enamel numerals enclosing a foliate embossed centre, within a balloon shaped case in need of extensive restoration, 18" high approx (pendulum) £250-450 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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1367. French Boulle two train wall clock and bracket, the movement back plate signed Boucheret, Paris and signed again on a shaped enamel plaque below the dial, the 9" dial with Roman cartouche enamel numerals enclosing a foliate engraved centre, approx 26" high without bracket (no pendulum and case in need of extensive restoration) £500-1000

1368. Interesting and rare mahogany single fusee Patent repeater alarm clock by William Bartleet of Birmingham, the front movement plate inscribed Trusted's Patent Repeater, Wm. Bartleet, Birmingham over an alarm setting slide and bell, fitted with an instruction label to the inside front door inscribed 'Directions for using the Patent repeater, with an alarum...', the movement with alarm winding cord to the left and pull repeat cord to the right, the 3" white dial within a rounded arched case inlaid with boxwood lines and surmounted by a brass carrying handle, 11.75" high overall *This clock is sold with a copy of an article written about it titled Restoration of a Curious Time Repeater by Philip Setterfield from the November issue of Clocks magazine in 1980 and a restoration invoice receipt from Yalecastle Limited dated 8th September 1980 £800-1200

1369

1369. French brass two train Capucine alarm clock, the 3.5" white dial signed Pienon, · Roanne, within a foliate dart engraved bezel, surmounted by a slow/fast lever, bell, finial and loop handle, 11" high overall £1000-1400

1370. Lalique glass mantel clock, the 2" dial within a surround moulded with Iris' and foliage, upon an oval base, 6.75" £180-220

1371. Sedan clock timepiece, the 4.5" silvered dial within a mahogany turned and chequer banded case, unsigned movement £200-300 1372. Jaeger-LeCoultre alarm clock, the 2.75" square brushed brass dial within a faux burr wood case with carrying handle, 6.75" high overall £250-350 1373. French tortoiseshell and brass bound two train lancet mantel clock, the Marti & Co. movement striking on a bell, the 3.25" white dial within a lancet stepped case, 7.75" high £250-350

1374. French rosewood inlaid two train capucine travelling clock striking on a bell to the top, the 3.5" white dial within a foliate inlaid case (pendulum) £500-750

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1379 1375. Rare Harder torsion brass clock, the 2" white dial inscribed with three Patent numbers, the movement back plate stamped no. 4239, over a disc pendulum and upon a circular spun brass base, 9.25" high (lacking dome) £250-350

1376. Brass ship's wheel clock timepiece, the movement with platform escapement, the 3" silvered dial within a ship's wheel drumhead style casing, supported upon an anchor base and stepped rectangular red marble brass bound plinth, 9.25" high £300-400

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1380 1378. Small English mahogany single fusee bracket clock, the 3.25" cream dial within a foliate carved stepped case with rounded arched pediment, 9" high (pendulum) £200-300

1379. Matthew Norman Swiss Made 'L'audacieuse' forty days power reserve, the movement with five barrels and thirty-seven jewels, limited edition 07/50, within a brushed steel and glazed square case, 8.25" x 8.25" £1800-2200

1380. Good mahogany double fusee boardroom style clock, the 10" silvered arched dial signed Conyers Dunlop, London between subsidiary seconds and strike/silent dials, over the principal dial with calendar aperture, within a stepped case with canted fluted pilasters and surmounted by a wavy moulded stepped cornice, 21.5" high (pendulum) *This clock retains the original anchor escapement and pendulum. We believe it has probably been converted from a hooded wall clock with sliding bracket £2000-3000

1381. Fine English double fusee brass skeleton clock by and signed James Condliff, Liverpool on a silvered plaque to the plinth base, the movement striking the hours on a gong positioned in the mahogany dome base, under a glass dome, 16.75" high overall (pendulum) £3000-5000

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1381 1382. Interesting Continental figural night clock, the horizontal opaque glass chapter ring with painted Roman numerals being held aloft by a standing figure dressed in red breeches and a blue cloak, over a circular gilded stepped base housing the movement with platform escapement, 17" high £350-500 1383. French satinwood two train drumhead mantel clock/barometer, the movement back plate signed Robert · Paris, with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the 3.75" silvered dial with subsidiary seconds dial over an inlaid scrolling stepped case fitted to the front with a rectangular silvered thermometer plate, upon a rectangular stand inlaid with brass lines, 17.5" high overall (pendulum and winding key but lacking dome) £200-300

1384. Unusual early Atmos wall clock, bearing a metal plaque verso inscribed Brevets J.L. Reutter S.G.D.S., Made in France, the 5.75" gilt dial signed Atmos Pendule Perpetuelle, within an ebonised bevelled glazed brass bound case, 16" high overall £1500-2500

1385. Devon Clocks Congreve rolling ball clock in kit form, limited edition of five hundred £600-800

1386. NO LOT

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1387 1387. Fine early English ebonised basket top single fusee verge bracket clock with alarm, the 6" square brass dial signed James Cuff, London on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with central alarm dial, the six pillar movement with pull alarm and pull repeat mechanisms, the fine foliate engraved back plate also signed James Cuff, London, within a stepped case surmounted by four turned foliate brass finials, basket caddy top pierced with cherubs, masks and foliage, with carrying handle, 15" high (pendulum) £8000-10000 1388. French ormolu travelling clock, the 3.25" silvered chapter ring enclosing a recessed centre with visible escapement, within a panelled case surmounted by an inset circular thermometer enclosing a recessed compass, with ornate carrying handle, 8.5" high £200-300

1389. Good contemporary Congreve rolling ball clock, the central principal silvered chapter ring signed J.J. Bristol 1986 on a brass plate attached, flanked by subsidiary hour and seconds dials, the fusee movement over the rolling ball track, supported upon four circular fluted tapering columns, under a brass bound Perspex casing and upon a mahogany square canted plinth, 14.25" high overall (winding key and ball) *This rolling ball clock is sold with a note stating that it was made by Mr D.J. Jenkins from Rudgeway, Bristol and given as a prize to the Bristol BBC Children in Need appeal in 1986. Two further letters relating to this clock are also sold in the lot £300-600

1390. Unusual single train four day wall clock with bracket, the circular silvered dial plate divided into sixty minute quadrants and enclosing Roman numeral hour chapter rings, with subsidiary seconds dial to the rounded arch, 11" high overall with bracket (pendulum and weight) £250-450

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CHRONOMETERS, LANTERN CLOCKS & MECHANICAL MUSIC 1401. Small two day marine chronometer, the 3.25" silvered dial signed Brockbank & Atkins, London, no. 1361, with subsidiary state of wind and seconds dials, within a finely made contemporary mahogany case (winding and case keys) £500-750 1402. Good eight day marine chronometer, the 4.25" silvered dial signed Brockbank & Atkins, London, no. 1340 with subsidiary state of wind and seconds dials, within a finely made contemporary brass bound mahogany case (winding and case keys) £800-1200 1403. Good mahogany two day marine chronometer, the 3.5" silvered dial signed Charles Frodsham, Chronometer Maker to the Royal Navy, London No. 1553, with subsidiary state of wind and seconds dials, within a brass bound three part case fitted with side handles (keys) *The serial number would indicate that this chronometer was made between 1834 and 1844 £1500-2000


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1404. Good two day marine chronometer, the 3.75" silvered dial signed and inscribed H.G. Blair & Co. Makers to The Admiralty, Cardiff & Barry Docks, no. 2155, with subsidiary state of wind and seconds dials, within a mahogany brass bound case fitted with side handles and bearing the maker's trade plaque, trade cards and reference number (winding, case keys and guard case) *This lot is sold with a framed rating certificate from the makers H.G. Blair & Co. Ltd. dated October 18th 1922 £1500-2000

1405. Good two day marine chronometer, the 3.75" silvered dial signed and inscribed Dent Maker to The King, 61 Strand & 4 Royal Exchange, London, no. 55518, within a mahogany case fitted with side carrying handles with inset Dent reference number plaque to the front, bearing an E. Dent & Co. Ltd. trade card inside the hinged lid (winding and case keys) £1500-2000 1406. NO LOT

1407. English brass verge hook and spike lantern clock, the 6.25" silvered chapter ring signed Samuel Stretch and enclosing a foliate engraved centre with single iron hand, surmounted by pierced engraved foliate frets, strapwork bell and finial, 16" high (pendulum, but no weights) £1500-2500

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1408. Antique brass hoop and spike lantern clock in need of restoration and with later parts, the 6.5" brass chapter ring enclosing a foliate engraved centre and alarm dial, surmounted by pierced frets, strapwork bell and finial, 16" high (weight) £200-400 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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1409. Early English brass verge lantern clock, signed Jeffrey Balley, Londini Fecit below the front fret, over a brass chapter ring enclosing a tulip engraved centre with single brass and iron hand, surmounted by pierced engraved dolphin frets, strapwork bell and finial, 15.50" high (pendulum and weight) £2000-3000 1410. Fine and rare miniature hook and spike brass verge lantern clock, the 3" brass arched dial signed John Bushman, London on an oval boss to the foliate engraved arch over a brass chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with central alarm dial and single iron hand, surmounted by foliate pierced side frets, strapwork bell and finial, 6.5" high (pendulum and weights) * This clock retains the complete alarm work £8000-12000

1411. Rosewood cased music box circa 1870, the 10.5" cylinder with nine bells playing on six airs, within an inlaid and boxwood banded case, 19.25" wide £700-900 1409

1412. Nicole Freres rosewood music box, the 13.25" cylinder playing on twelve airs and with original tune sheet, signed Nicole Freres on the comb plate and numbered 50180 on the bed plate and tune sheet, within a rectangular box inlaid to the lid with a geometric floral motif within boxwood lines, 25.5" wide overall *This music box has been completely overhauled and is sold with an invoice from Michel Bourgoz dated 24th May 1996

*The serial number would indicate that this music box was made between 1888 and 1895 £600-800 1413. Interesting and rare oak cased barrel piano, bearing the makers' plaques to the front and side inscribed Fabrique de Pianos, R. Leleux fils & V. Servranckx, Maison Fondee en 1903, 25 Rue Verte, Porte de Tirlemont, Louvain, fitted to the left hand side with a twenty centime payment slot, crank handle and tune selector dial, also fitted with light switches to the back, within an Arts & Crafts style foliate carved panelled and mirror-backed case, 83" high, 52.25" wide, 33" deep overall £400-800 1414-1500 NO LOT

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1501. Impressive French lacquered brass two train mantel clock garniture, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell and the 5.25" white dial within an ornate breakfront case cast and applied with foliage, surmounted by a Classical urn and floral swags, 24" high; with a matching pair of six light candelabra, 29" high (pendulum) £250-350 1502. French gilt metal and bronzed two train figural mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3.25" white dial inset into a rocky outcrop and attended by a seated cherub scribe, upon a stepped ornate base inset with a porcelain cherub plaque, 12" high (pendulum) £220-280 1503. French white marble and ormolu mounted portico two train mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 4.5" white chapter ring enclosing an engine turned centre, within a Corinthian column stepped case, 18" high (pendulum) £200-300

1504. Good mahogany double fusee bracket clock, the foliate engraved silvered dial signed Goldsmiths Company, 112 Regent St, London with strike/silent dial to the arch, the movement striking on a gong, within a foliate carved case surmounted by a flat caddy top, 13.5" high (pendulum and winding key) £600-800

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1508 1505. Gothic oak double fusee bracket clock and bracket, the 8" silvered dial signed Carter, 64, Cornhill, London, also signed on the back plate, with locking pendulum and striking on a gong, within a foliate carved breakfront stepped case surmounted by a wavy pediment, 22" high (pendulum) £400-600 1506. Light oak double fusee shop counter clock striking on a gong, the 7" silvered dial within a foliate carved case and upon a stepped plinth, 15.75" high (pendulum) £300-400 1507. German double fusee bracket clock striking on a large gong, the rectangular gilt foliate engraved dial with subsidiary chime/silent and fast/slow dials over a silvered chapter ring, within a foliate carved pillared case surmounted by a caddy top carved with swags, 13.5" high (pendulum) £250-350 1508. Good English large black marble double fusee mantel clock in the Egyptian taste, the 7.25" gilt dial signed Jas Murray & Co, Royal Exchange, London. no. 1339, with foliate engraved centre, the movement with quarter ting-tang striking on two bells, within a pillared stepped case mounted with two bronze sphinx upon pedestals to either side, surmounted by a flat pediment, 16" high (pendulum) £600-800

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1513. French stained wooden and floral marquetry inlaid two train portico mantel clock, the movement stamped Douillon with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 4" silvered dial within a foliate gilt cast bezel, supported upon turned columns to the stepped base, 20" high (pendulum) £250-350

1514. Good French fire gilded brass four glass two train mantel clock striking on a gong, the 3.5" white enamel chapter ring indistinctly signed and enclosing an engine turned centre, within a bevelled glazed case surmounted by a foliate and swag stepped pediment, 13.75" high (pendulum) £400-600

1515. Good French ormolu black and green marble two train figural mantel clock, the 3.75" white dial signed Causard · Paris within an ornate cast pedestal attended by a Classical robed maiden leaning beside, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, upon a stepped rectangular base with ornate scrolling foliate front feet, 18.5" high (pendulum) £400-600

1509 1509. Good large French black marble three train mantel clock, the movement striking on four small gongs and one large gong, the 7" silvered dial with all striking/silent subsidiary dial, within a temple stepped pillared case sgrafitto with scrolling foliage and fitted with a relief bronze panel depicting a battle scene under the triangular pediment, 25" high (pendulum) £550-750

1510. French Empire style Sienna marble and bronze two train mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel and silk suspension striking on a bell, the 3.5" silvered dial signed Londeau · Paris, within a stepped bronze bound case surmounted by the cast bronze figure of a crouching angel, 20.75" high (pendulum) £300-500 1511. Contemporary Zenith Neuchatel two train mantel clock striking on a bell, with matching plinth, the 5.5" white dial within a waisted faux wooden case gilded with floral sprigs, 18" high without bracket (pendulum and key) £240-280

1512. French brass and cloisonne two train mantel clock striking on a gong, the 3.25" cream dial within a stepped pillared case surmounted by five turned finials, 12.5" high (pendulum and key) £200-300

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1516. Good French brass four glass two train mantel clock, the Japy Freres movement striking on a gong, the 4" white dial over a mercury pendulum and within a bevelled glazed pillared stepped case, 13" high £450-650 1517. French porcelain and gilt metal mounted two train mantel clock striking on a bell, the 3.5" painted porcelain dial within an ornate breakfront pillared case surmounted by a rounded arch pediment and objects emblematic of love, upon a shaped giltwood stand, 16" high overall (pendulum) £250-350

1518. French Boulle two train balloon mantel clock and bracket, the S. Marti movement striking on a bell, the 8.5" repousse brass dial with Roman cartouche enamel numerals, within a balloon shaped case surmounted by a gilded standing winged figure of a maiden blowing a horn, 13.5" high without bracket (pendulum and keys) £400-600

1519. Black Forest ebonised two train mantel clock, the 4.5" white dial within a stepped painted case surmounted by a rounded recessed arched cornice, 14.75" high £300-500

1520. French ormolu and black marble two train lyre mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 2.75" gilt dial within an ornate foliate bezel, raised upon a stepped rectangular beaded border, 15.5" high (winding key) £250-350


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1522 1521. French Empire style ormolu two train figural mantel clock striking on a bell, the 2.75" gilt dial within a pillar casing attended by a seated lady resting her arm upon a pillow, supported upon an octagonal stepped base with applied foliate cast decoration, 17.25" high (pendulum and key) £300-500

1522. Mahogany double fusee bracket clock, the 7" convex white dial signed Goldsmith Company, 112 Regent St, London, within a brass bound panelled rounded arched case, 14" high (pendulum and key) £700-1000 1523. French ornate gilt metal two train mantel clock garniture, the movement striking on a bell, the 4" gilt metal dial with Roman cabouchon enamel numerals, within a foliate pierced case, 18.5" high; also with a pair of four light matching candelabra, 21" high (pendulum) £400-600 1524. Rare Black Forest musical double fusee cuckoo clock, the 7" dial within a chalet carved stepped case, the musical movement fitted to the base playing on four airs and with original tune sheet inscribed Fabrique de Geneve, 18.25" high (pendulum) (in need of restoration) £500-800

1525. French ormolu two train figural mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3" white dial within a drumhead casing attended by a Classical robed seated lady, the ornate base with C-scroll feet, upon a giltwood stand and under a glass dome, raised upon a stepped ebonised plinth, 16.5" high overall (pendulum and winding key) £450-650

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1527

1526. English oak drumhead double fusee bracket clock, the 8" cream dial signed Barwise, London, within a drumhead casing over a scrolling panelled stepped plinth, 17.5" high (pendulum and keys) £500-700

1527. English rosewood double fusee mantel clock, the 7.5" white dial signed G.E. Frodsham, Grace Church St, London, the substantial movement with locking pendulum and striking on a large bell, within a foliate carved scrolling case with wavy pediment 17" high (pendulum and key) £800-1200

1528. Very rare Black Forest walnut cased automata mantel clock in need of restoration, the 5" cream dial within a stepped case inlaid with brass lines and surmounted by the painted carved wooden figure of a seated man drinking, 19.5" high (see condition report)) £200-400 1529. English oak triple fusee boardroom clock, the 7" brass arched dial signed Box & Co, Gloucester on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre under subsidiary slow/fast and chime on eight gongs/chime on four gongs, the W & H movement chiming on eight gongs and striking the hours and quarters on another, within a breakfront pillared case applied with foliate mounts, surmounted by a rounded arched moulded cornice and three pineapple finials, 24" high (pendulum and keys) £400-800

1530. Good French ormolu two train mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3" white dial within a rococo style foliate cast case, 12" high (pendulum and keys) £250-350 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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1531. 'The Royal Geographical Society World Clock' manufactured by Franklin Mint 1988, the black and gilded globe over a horizontal silvered chapter ring contained within a gilded brass drum and supported upon a square ebonised base united to an upper tier by four brass pillars, 10" high *This clock is sold with the original purchase brochure £250-350

1532. Mahogany single fusee bracket clock, the 5" cream dial within a panelled and foliate carved case, with rounded pediment and square caddy top surmounted by a brass pineapple finial, 14.75" high (pendulum and key) £200-300

1533. Good French white and grey marble two train mantel vase clock, the 3.75" white dial signed Gaston Jolly · Paris, the movement with outside countwheel and silk suspension striking on a bell, within a Classical vase shaped case supported upon a stepped square plinth raised upon four circular engraved ormolu feet, 16" high (pendulum) £400-600 1534. Good French ormolu and porcelain panelled four glass style two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a bell, the 3.75" chapter ring over a painted panel depicting figures in a formal garden, also with painted formal garden scenes to both sides, within a stylised foliate engraved gilded stepped case, 16.75" high (pendulum) £700-1000 1535. French novelty porcelain and ormolu mounted two train vase clock, the movement striking on a bell, the 3.25" painted dial within a paste set bezel, within a baluster shaped vase painted with Classical robed maidens amidst garlands of flowers, supported upon a foliate cast ormolu base terminating in paw feet, 24" high (pendulum) £800-1200

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1539 1536. Rare and unusual black slate two train calendar mantel clock, the 5.5" silvered chapter ring enclosing a recessed centre showing dates of the month, also with apertures for months of the year and days of the week over a moon phase, within a temple case sgrafitto with foliate designs, the S. Marti movement striking on a gong, 18.5" high (pendulum) £200-400

1537. French ormolu and porcelain mounted two train mantel clock striking on a bell, the 3.25" porcelain painted dial over a panel painted with a romantic couple in a classical garden, surmounted by a rounded arched pediment applied with dolphins and surmounted by a pineapple finial, 15" high (pendulum) £250-350

1538. French Boulle two train mantel clock, the movement back plate stamped Maple & Co, Paris striking on a gong, the 6.25" brass chapter ring enclosing a plain centre over an embellishment modelled with two cherubs seated upon pedestals and holding a trough, the case inlaid with pewter and brass, surmounted by a galleried caddy top, 19" high (pendulum and keys) (the case in need of restoration) £200-300

1539. Interesting early English ebonised basket top bracket clock case with later double fusee movement, the 5.5" silvered dial enclosing a matted centre with calendar aperture, within a stepped case surmounted by a basket top and carrying handle, 14.5" high (pendulum, key) £800-1400

1540. Walnut single fusee lancet mantel clock with passing strike on a gong, the movement back plate signed Adam Thompson, New Bond St, London with locking pendulum, the 6" silvered dial within a Gothic style lancet case, 15.25" high (pendulum and winding key) £300-500


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1541. French bronzed and gilt metal two train figural mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3" white dial inset into a pedestal attended by the standing figure of a king by his sceptre and crown, over a stepped base applied with gilt metal embellishments, 22" high (no pendulum) £200-250

1542. Good black slate Arts & Crafts two train mantel clock striking on a gong, the 4.25" dial painted with foliage, within a decorated panelled case surmounted by a pierced rounded arched cornice with two foliate finials, 15.75" high (pendulum and winding key) £200-300

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1543. Fine Anglo/French gilt and silvered bronze mantel clock, the French bell striking movement, no. 6952 with enamel dial, the elaborate oval case decorated with engraved gilt reserves applied with tiger's eye agate cabouchons and divided by shells, the whole surmounted by a merchild blowing a trumpet, the rectangular plinth centred with a shell and flanked by well cast and heavily silvered hippocampi, the reverse with the Victorian registration mark for 11th February 1871, 19" high; (pendulum and key) *The design of this clock by E. Finley was shown at the London 1871 International Exhibition and is illustrated on page 17 of that catalogue £500-800

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WALL CLOCKS

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1701. Oak cased thirty hour hooded wall clock with passing strike on a bell, the 9" silvered chapter ring signed Jonathan Robins, Holtown, enclosing a matted centre, within a glazed case surmounted by a rounded arched pediment with pierced foliate carved panel, 23" high overall (pendulum and weight) £150-200

1702. Rare open face mahogany single fusee 16" wall dial clock signed James Webb, Frome, within a turned gilt wooden surround (two winding keys) (with later back box and hands)

*We believe that this clock would originally have been mounted as a gallery clock without a back box £700-1000

1703. Fine French Boulle and ormolu mounted two train wall clock, the 8.75" gilt metal dial with Roman cartouche enamel numerals enclosing a foliate embossed centre, within a glazed case with figural and foliate ormolu mounts, surmounted by a detachable hood and standing winged figure blowing a fanfare trumpet, 58" high overall (pendulum) £4500-5500

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1704. Decorative black lacquer two train tavern clock, the 27.5" octagonal dial signed Jno. Withers, Greenwich to the centre, over a long chinoiserie decorated door with figures and buildings, 62" high (pendulum, two weights and keys) £700-1000 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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1705. Interesting early English thirty hour wall clock movement, the 8" square brass dial with silvered chapter ring enclosing a single iron hand and engraved with tulips enclosing a Tudor rose, also inscribed with the maker's initials TW, the spandrels further engraved with radiating faux ringed winding holes (pendulum, weight and later seat board) (converted from verge to anchor escapement) £200-400 1706. German iron two train wall clock, the 8" painted arched dial with front swinging pendulum (two weights) £400-600 1707. German iron two train wall clock, the 10.5" arched painted dial with calendar pointer to the arch, the movement striking on two bells (two weights) £200-300

1708. Good Black Forest Beha style two train cuckoo clock, the 7.25" dial within a finely carved case depicting a chalet and deer amidst trees and foliage, surmounted by a bird with outstretched wings and fruiting vines, 32" high (pendulum and two weights) £500-700 1709. French ormolu cartel two train wall clock, the Mougin movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 5" white dial within a foliate cast case surmounted by a Classical urn, 24.5" high (no key or pendulum) £400-600 1710. Vienna regulator triple weight wall clock movement, the 6.5" gilt and silvered chapter ring enclosing a recessed foliate engraved centre signed J. Klamt, Goldenstein (foliate engraved pendulum and three matching weights) £250-350

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1715 1711. Mahogany double fusee 12" drop dial wall clock, the cream dial within a flat octagonal surround over the drop with pendulum window (pendulum) £200-250 1712. Gustav Becker Grand Sonnerie walnut triple weight Vienna regulator wall clock, the 6" brass chapter ring enclosing a foliate engraved centre, within a fluted pillared glazed case, 52" high (pendulum and three weights) £200-300 1713. Oak single fusee 12" wall dial clock signed John Walker, 77, Cornhill 230, Regent Street, London, 5713, within a turned surround (pendulum and keys) £350-450 1714. Good mahogany single fusee 12" wall dial clock, the painted wooden dial signed George Yonge, Strand, London, under a convex glass with brass bezel (pendulum and keys)

*This clock has a John Thwaites movement, no. 4952, which dates it to 1812 £2000-2500

1715. Good mahogany single fusee 12" drop dial wall clock, the silvered dial signed Dutton, Fleet Street, bearing the royal cypher and dated 1854, within a turned surround and over a plain drop (pendulum and keys) £2000-2500


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1717. Mahogany double fusee 12" drop dial wall clock signed William Carter, Salisbury, within a turned surround over foliate carved ears and a pendulum window (no pendulum) £250-350

1718. Mahogany single fusee 12" convex wall dial clock, within a turned surround (no pendulum) £200-400

1719. Mahogany single fusee 12" wall dial clock signed W. Mayor, Cheltenham, within a turned surround (pendulum) £250-350

1720. German or Austrian two train alarm wall clock, the 8" brass chapter ring enclosing a plain centre with alarm dial and single iron hand, surmounted by a bell and foliate pierced brass fret, within a later iron case with one missing side panel, 14" high overall (no weights or pendulum) £400-600 1721. Mahogany two train trunk dial wall clock, the 14" cream painted dial within a rounded arched reeded hood over the trunk with long pointed arched door flanked by fluted pilasters, 56" high (pendulum and two weights) £600-800

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1716. Good mahogany single fusee verge 12" wall dial clock, the silvered dial signed William Grayson, Henley.on.Thames, within a good brass bezel and turned surround (pendulum and keys) £2500-3500

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1722. Large single fusee 18" wall dial clock signed Maple & Co. London, within a turned oak surround (pendulum and winding key) £200-400

1723. Greenwich Mean Time single fusee 12" world time clock, the dial inscribed with cities and places around the world on an outer chapter ring, enclosing an inner dial with twenty-four hour chapter ring, inscribed registered Decr. 2nd 1856 no. 73910, within a turned mahogany surround (pendulum) £800-1200 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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1724. Rare and interesting English ebonised hooded wall verge alarm clock, the 10" square brass dial signed Jonathan Lowndes, London on the dial plate beneath six o'clock, the silvered chapter ring enclosing a central alarm dial and single iron hand, the dial plate finely engraved with flowering tulips, within a stepped case surmounted by a later foliate carved pediment, 24.25" high (pendulum and two weights) £5000-8000

1725. Interesting single fusee 14" wall dial clock made for the Indian Military circa 1946, the movement back plate stamped Elliott, London no. 22673, also with a service stamp to the side dated Oct 1957 (no pendulum) *The Elliott serial number on the back plate indicates that this was from a batch sent to the Indian subcontinent circa 1946 £100-200

1726-1800 NO LOT

LONGCASE CLOCKS & RELATED ITEMS (Section starts approximately 2.30pm)

1801. Thirty hour longcase clock birdcage movement, the 10" square brass dial signed William Crisp, Wrentham on the brass chapter ring enclosing a matted centre engraved with a bird and foliage (pendulum and weight) £200-300

1802. Thirty hour longcase clock movement, the 12" square brass dial signed William Ewbank, Elland to the foliate engraved centre with moon phase and calendar aperture (pendulum and weight) £200-300

1803. Thirty hour birdcage longcase clock movement, the 11" square brass dial signed Joseph Lewis, Bristol on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with single iron hand (pendulum, single weight, ropes and chains etc; also two other longcase clock weights) £300-400

1804. NO LOT

1805. Thirty hour longcase clock birdcage movement, the 10" square brass dial signed George Stevens, Hindon on a disc to the arch over a brass chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with calendar aperture £40-80

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1806. Thirty hour longcase clock movement, the 12" square brass dial with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture to the foliate engraved matted centre (pendulum) £40-80


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1807. Eight day longcase clock movement, the 13" square brass dial with silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial £60-100

1808. Good three train musical longcase clock movement, the 13" silvered arched dial signed Chater & Son London on a recessed plate to the foliate engraved arch, also fitted with a six tune selector over a silvered chapter ring enclosing a silvered centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the substantial six pillar movement fitted with a 6" cylinder and comb above the back plate (pendulum, three weights and winding key) £1200-1600 1809. Thirty hour longcase clock movement, the 10" square brass dial with brass chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with single iron hand £80-140 1810. Eight day longcase clock movement, the 12" painted arched dial signed William Anness, Cheapside, London to the arch over the principal chapter ring enclosing subsidiary seconds and calendar dials £250-350 1811-1820 NO LOT

1821. Good early period provincial oak case with aperture for a 10" square dial, the case with long door fitted with the original rococo brass escutcheon and the hood surmounted by a flat moulded stepped cornice, 74.25" high £200-400

1822. Oak and mahogany case with aperture for a 12" arched dial, the case with short wavy door and the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment, 94" high £30-60

1823. Mahogany three train musical longcase clock, the 12" arched dial with moon phase and calendar chapter ring, over a silvered principal chapter ring with Arabic numerals enclosing an engine turned centre with subsidiary seconds dial, the movement playing on eight tubular bells, the case with long rounded arched bevelled glazed door and the hood surmounted by a rounded arched moulded pediment, 91" high (pendulum and two weights) £1200-1800 1824. Mahogany regulator longcase clock, the 13" silvered circular dial with subsidiary seconds and hour dials, the movement with deadbeat escapement and maintaining power signed Bunyan Gardner, no. 1849 above the escapement, the tapering case inlaid with ebony lines and with medium length glazed door, the hood surmounted by a foliate carved cresting, 89" high £1200-1800

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1825. Oak eight day longcase clock, the circular 13" dial signed Pinkerton, Haddington with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, the case with medium length rounded arched door flanked by quarter fluted pilasters and the hood surmounted by a rounded moulded arched pediment, 75.5" high (pendulum, weights and winding key) £60-100

1826. Oak two train Irish domestic regulator striking on a gong, the movement with deadbeat escapement and maintaining power, the 12" cream dial signed Donegan, Dublin, the case with long rounded arched glazed door surmounted by a pierced carved foliate cresting, 83" high (pendulum and two brass cased weights) £1000-1500

1827. Oak thirty hour longcase clock, the 12" square brass dial signed Davies, Saint-Harmon to the foliate engraved brass centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the case with long door and the hood surmounted by a bell top, 80" high (pendulum, no weights) £80-120 1828. Good oak three train musical longcase clock, the 12" gilded and foliate engraved pointed arched dial plate signed Maple & Co Limited, London to the centre with subsidiary seconds dial enclosed by a silvered chapter ring and surmounted by chime/silent and Whittingham chimes/Westminster chimes subsidiary dials, the movement playing on eight tubular bells, the case with long Gothic arched carved glazed door and the hood surmounted by a moulded stepped carved pediment 97" high (mercury pendulum and three brass cased weights) £1200-1800

1829. Interesting and rare Biedermeier regulator automata musical mystery longcase clock, the 10" painted arched dial and movement with pinwheel escapement under three dancing Oriental bisque headed dolls, the central figure operating a barrel organ either side of figures striking bells before gilded griffins, also with another 8.75" clock dial fitted to the base with subsidiary clock dial within a flat surround, the segmented walnut case with long two-part wavy glazed door over a glazed base, 105" high (compensated pendulum and three weights) £2000-5000

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1832. Scottish mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 13.5" brass arched dial signed Arch'd McVicar, Kilmarnock on a silvered disc to the arch over a silvered chapter ring enclosing a foliate engraved centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the case with long moulded shaped door and the hood surmounted by a broken arch chevron banded cornice with three brass ball and spike finials, 85" high (pendulum, weights and keys) £300-500

1833. Good walnut eight day longcase clock, the 12" brass arched dial signed Jn. Bowen, Bristol on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the arch fitted with a calendar dial with Roman and Arabic numeral chapter rings enclosing a matted centre with moon phase, the case with long crossbanded wavy top door and the hood surmounted by a broken swan neck moulded cornice and turned wooden spike and ball finial, 91" high (pendulum, two weights and keys) £1200-1600

1834. Scottish mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 12" painted arched dial signed James McKenzie, Edinburgh, the case with long moulded rounded arched door and the hood surmounted by a broken moulded swan neck pediment, 83" high (wooden rod pendulum and two weights) £200-300

1833

1830. Oak eight day longcase clock, the 12" square brass dial signed James Whitehurst de Congleton on the brass chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with ringed winding holes and calendar aperture, the case with long door and the hood with a flat moulded stepped pediment over a reverse floral painted panel, 77" high (pendulum and weights) £300-500 1831. Oak eight day longcase clock, the 13.5" square brass dial signed Higginson, Chester on the foliate engraved centre with subsidiary seconds dial, the case with long door and the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment with brass ball and eagle finial, 92" high (pendulum and two weights) £150-250

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1835. Oak eight day longcase clock, the 12" brass arched dial signed Richard King Ratliff, Highway to the centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, with strike silent dial to the arch, the case with long rounded arched moulded door and the hood surmounted by a moulded rounded arched cornice, 80" high (pendulum, two brass cased weights and winding key) £120-180

1836. Oak eight day longcase clock, the 12" square brass dial signed France, Warrington on the brass chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial, ringed winding holes and calendar aperture, the case with long wavy arched crossbanded door and the hood surmounted by a caddy top with three turned finials (in need of rebuilding), over a reverse painted foliate glass panel, 86" high (pendulum and two weights) £100-150

1837. Impressive German three train longcase clock, the 12" square brass dial overlaid to the centre and spandrels with pierced brass foliate decoration, with silvered chapter ring and subsidiary seconds dial, the case with long bevelled glazed door and the hood surmounted by a rounded moulded arched pediment, 90" high (pendulum and three weights) £350-450


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1838. Impressive oak three train longcase clock, the 11" silvered circular dial with raised gilt Arabic numerals, fitted with chime/silent and Whittington/Westminster selection levers, the case with long glazed door with applied foliate carvings and the hood surmounted by a carved foliate border, 90" high (pendulum and three weights) £150-200 1839. Oak three train longcase clock, the 13" brass arched dial with Tempus Fugit engraved boss to the arch over a silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre, the case with long door and the hood surmounted by a rounded moulded pediment, 93" high (pendulum and three weights) £150-200

1840. Oak thirty hour longcase clock, the 11" square brass dial signed Richard Boyfield to the foliate engraved centre with later alarm dial, the case with long pointed arched door carved with the poem 'Our life is a dream our times a stream slide swiftly away and the fugitive moment refuses to stay' surmounted by a moulded stepped pediment, 76" high (pendulum but no weights) £200-300

1841. Fine mahogany three train musical longcase clock, the 12.25" brass arched dial signed Sermon Torquay on a plaque to the centre above six o'clock, with subsidiary seconds dial and chime/silent and Westminster/Whittington/St Michael dials to the arch, the dial also overlaid with pierced foliate brass work, the movement playing on eight tubular bells and striking the hours on another, the case with long astragal glazed door flanked by canted corners and the hood surmounted by a wavy moulded swan neck pediment over latticework panels, 89" high (pendulum, three weights, nine tubes and winding key) £1800-2200 1842. Good English oak eight day weight driven three train longcase clock, early 20th century, the 11" square brass dial signed Maple, London, with subsidiary seconds dial and foliate engraved centre, with chime/silent and six gongs/four gongs selection levers, the case with long carved panelled door and the hood surmounted by a stepped moulded pediment over a carved frieze, 80.5" high (pendulum and three weights) £250-350

1843. Mahogany longcase regulator, the 12" white painted dial signed C. Cartwright & Sons, Birmingham to centre and with pierced steel hands, the movement with deadbeat escapement and maintaining power, the case with long rounded arched glass door and mirrored back, 79" high (pendulum and brass cased weight) £700-1000 1844. Unusual oak eight day longcase clock, the 9" round brass dial within a foliate carved surround over a long glazed door, 69.5" high (pendulum and two weights) £120-160

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1845. Mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 12" silvered chapter ring signed Jonathan Shepley, Glosop on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a foliate engraved brass centre with moon phase over a calendar dial, the chevron banded case with short rounded arched door and the hood surmounted by a moulded stepped cornice with dentil frieze, 82" high (pendulum, two weights and keys) *This clock is sold with some information about the maker and this specific clock £200-300

1846. Oak eight day longcase clock, the 12" brass arched dial signed John Price, Chichester to the foliate engraved centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, also with strike/silent dial to the arch, the case with long rounded arched door and the hood surmounted by a moulded stepped cornice with two wooden turned spike finials (one missing), 86" high (pendulum and two brass cased weights) £100-150 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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1850. Oak and mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 13" painted arched dial indistinctly signed ..., Leicester, the case with short crossbanded door flanked by quarter ring turned pillars and the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment, 86" high (pendulum, two weights and winding key) £100-150

1851. Oak thirty hour longcase clock, the 12" square painted dial signed Samuel Shortman, Newnham to the centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the case with medium length crossbanded door and the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment and three brass finials, 80.5" high (pendulum and weight) £200-250

1852. Red and black lacquer eight day longcase clock with five pillar movement, the 12" brass arched dial signed Thos: Gardner, London on a circular silvered boss to the arch, over a silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary sun burst seconds dial and calendar aperture, the case with long moulded rounded arched door and the hood surmounted by a moulded rounded arched raised pediment, decorated overall with figures and boats in pagoda landscapes, 90" high (pendulum, two weights and winding key) £400-800

1853. Good mahogany eight day longcase clock with five pillar movement, the 12" brass arched dial signed Joseph Rose & Son, London on a subsidiary seconds dial to the matted centre with calendar aperture, also with strike/silent dial to the arch, the case with long rounded arched door and the hood surmounted by a rounded moulded arched pediment and three brass ball finials, 94" high (pendulum, two weights and keys) £1000-1500

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1847. Mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 13" painted arched dial signed Barrett, Blandford to the centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, with automata rocking ship to the arch, the case with inlaid short door and the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment with ball and eagle finial, 89" high (pendulum and two weights) £400-600 1848. Oak thirty hour longcase clock with birdcage movement, the 10.75" square brass dial signed John Peck, Milton to the foliate engraved centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the case with long moulded shaped arched door and the hood surmounted by a caddy stepped top, 55" high (pendulum and weight) £100-150 1849. Oak longcase regulator, the 13" circular painted dial signed Ward, Birmingham with subsidiary seconds dial, the case with medium length door and with a rounded arched rising hood, 80" high (pendulum, weight and winding key) £450-650 46

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1854. Oak thirty hour longcase clock, the 10.25" square brass dial signed Richard Stone, Thame to the foliate engraved centre enclosed by a silvered chapter ring, the case with long rounded arched moulded door inlaid with two stars and the hood surmounted by a moulded stepped pediment over a paterae inlaid front panel, 74" high (pendulum and weight) £300-500

1855. Early oak cottage thirty hour grandfather clock, the 11" square brass dial signed William North, London on the silver chapter ring enclosing a foliate engraved centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the case with long door and the hood surmounted by a moulded stepped cornice over a blind foliate fret carved frieze, 75" high (pendulum and weight) £450-650

1856. Good oak longcase regulator, the 11" silvered shaped dial signed Jas Upjohn, London on the chapter ring enclosing a subsidiary seconds and arched aperture showing the hours with Roman numerals, the case with long moulded shaped door and the hood surmounted by a moulded cornice and brass ball finial, 79.5" high (heavy flat steel rod pendulum and weight) £2000-3000


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1857. Good seaweed marquetry month going longcase clock with six pillar movement, the 12" square brass dial signed George Wilson, London to the matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial, calendar aperture and ringed winding holes, the case with long beaded edged door fitted with a circular lenticle and the hood with a moulded stepped flat cornice over ebonised applied mounts and pillars, 84" high (pendulum and two brass cased weights) ÂŁ3000-5000

1858

1858. Walnut eight day longcase clock with five pillar movement, the 12" brass arched dial signed Smith, London to the arch under an aperture displaying days of the week over engraved figural deities, with silvered chapter ring enclosing an engraved matted centre, subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the case with long rounded moulded and featherbanded arched door and the hood surmounted by a flat moulded stepped cornice over blind foliate fret carved panels, 87" high (pendulum and two weights) ÂŁ1000-1500

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1859. Good green lacquer and painted eight day longcase clock with five pillar movement, the 12" brass arched dial signed Isaac Rogers, London on an arched silver plate to the matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, with strike/silent dial to the arch, the case with long rounded moulded arched door finely painted with biblical scenes, with another painted to the base, all enclosed with stylised floral gilded and diaper borders, the hood surmounted by a rounded moulded arched cornice, caddy top and three pear shaped spire finials, 98" high (pendulum, two weights and keys) ÂŁ2000-3000 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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1861

1860. Fine marquetry month going longcase clock with five pillar movement and alarm, the 12" square brass dial signed Jonathan Marsh, London on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial, central alarm dial, ringed winding holes and calendar aperture, the case front inlaid overall with arabesque marquetry depicting figures, birds and masks amidst scrolling foliage, the long door fitted with a circular lenticle and the hood surmounted by a detachable caddy top with three gilded ball finials over blind foliate fret carved panels, 99.5" high (two large brass cased month going weights, alarm weight, pendulum and winding key) ÂŁ4000-6000

1861. Fine walnut three train longcase clock with five pillar movement, the 12" brass arched dial signed Samuel Thorne, London on a silvered arched plate to the matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, with strike/silent dial to the arch, the six pillar movement playing on a nest of eight bells, the case with long feather and cross banded door and the hood with finely engraved pierced foliate brass panels surmounted by a moulded rounded arched cornice and caddy top with two scrolling vase finials, 96" high (pendulum, three brass cased weights and keys) ÂŁ5000-7000

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1862 1862. Good walnut marquetry eight day longcase clock with five pillar movement, the 12" square brass dial signed Chr. Gould, London on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial, ringed winding holes and a calendar aperture, the case with long moulded edged door fitted with a circular lenticle and inlaid with a vase, bird and figures amidst flowering foliage, with similar floral inlay to the base, the hood surmounted by a flat moulded cornice over a blind pierced foliate carved panel, 86" high (pendulum, two brass cased weights and keys) ÂŁ4000-6000

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WATCHMAKER’S WORKSHOP

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DAY THREE

Friday 25th October 2019 at 11am On view in the Blue Room upstairs saleroom

Lots will be shown via video screen in the Blue Room

MIXED WRISTWATCHES

1868. Tudor Oyster 'Rose' Elegante stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 7960, silvered dial with Arabic numerals, baton markers and centre seconds, 21 jewel movement, 34mm (no strap) £120-180

1869. Tudor 9ct presentation inscribed gentleman’s wristwatch, ref.6553, Edinburgh 1957, silvered dial with Arabic numerals and centre seconds, signed 15 jewel movement, expanding bracelet, 32mm (at fault lacking crown); also a vintage Bravingtons Renown gentleman’s wristwatch (2) £80-120 1870. 1940s 9ct screw case mid-size wristwatch head, London 1948, silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial within a fixed bar case, 15 jewels, 23.6gm, 29mm; Seiko 17 jewel stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch head; also a Waltham Military 1940s pocket watch in need of repair (3) £60-100

1871. Two Seiko 5 automatic stainless steel gentlemen's bracelet watches; together with a Seiko Selfdater automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch (non-Seiko bracelet), Seiko 5 Actus stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch (Seiko box with outer cover and spare links) and a Seiko booklet (5) £80-120 1872. Seiko Sea horse stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 66028010, circular silvered dial with baton markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, 17 jewel, later expanding bracelet, 35mm; together with a Seiko Hi-Beat automatic stainless steel lady's bracelet watch, ref. 2706-3010, square dial with baton markers, day/date apertures and sweep centre seconds, 21 jewel, Seiko bracelet, 23mm (Seiko box) (in need of attention) (2) £50-100 1873. Seiko Selfdater automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 6205-7980, 36mm; together with a Seiko Sea horse automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 7625-8010, 37mm and a Seiko 5 automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 7009-8740, 37mm (3) £100-150

1874. Seiko Quartz Chronograph gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 7T327A2A; together with a Seiko SQ Quartz 4004 gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 0903-7019, Accurist automatic square cased gentleman's wristwatch, Accurist Quartz gold plated and stainless steel lady's wristwatch and a Liga lever gold plated dress pocket watch (box) (5) £80-120 50

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1875. Seiko 5 automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch (box and tag); together with a Seiko SQ Twin-Quartz stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch (box, tag, guarantee and instruction booklets, receipt dated 141282), Seiko Quartz A.G.S. bicolour gentleman's bracelet watch (box, guarantee and instruction booklets), Seiko Quartz SQ Sports 150 Solar stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch (box, guarantee and instruction booklets) and a Seiko DX M88 Sealion automatic gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch (5) £100-150

1876. Three Seiko Divers stainless steel gentleman's wristwatches, ref. 7002-7000, each with custom dials and new rubber bands, each 42mm (3) £80-120

1877. Seiko 5 Sports 1/50000 Map Meter automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch (crown at fault); together with a Citizen automatic gentleman's wristwatch, Tissot Seastar gold plated and stainless steel automatic wristwatch, Yeoman Chronoscope stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch and four further gentlemen's wristwatches including Uno, Roamer and Civitas (five without straps) (7) £80-120 1878. Tissot automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circular silvered dial with baton markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, unsigned cal. 2481 21 jewel movement, black leather strap, 36mm; together with an Elgin Swissonic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circular champagne dial with green outer minute chapter, date aperture, centre seconds and green hands, ESA 9154 13 jewel unadjusted movement, brown leather strap, quartz, 38mm (2) £50-80

1879. Ciny automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circular blue dial with hour markers, day/date apertures (Norwegian days) and sweep centre seconds, brown leather strap, 39mm; together with a Ciny automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circular brown dial with hour markers, day/date apertures (French days) and sweep centre seconds, case back signed West End Watch Co., brown leather strap, 39mm and a further Ciny stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, case back signed West End Watch Co., tan leather strap, 39mm (3) £80-120

1880. Britix automatic square cased gold plated gentleman's wristwatch, circular champagne dial with baton markers, day/date apertures and sweep centre seconds, brown leather strap, 36mm; together with an O.M.G.S Time gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circular black dial with Roman numerals and centre seconds, black leather strap, 34mm (at fault), Delvina Geneve automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, circular silvered dial with baton markers, day/date apertures and sweep centre seconds, 38mm (3) £50-80


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1881. Lanco Diametronic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, blue dial with day/date apertures and centre seconds, later bracelet, quartz, 39mm; together with a Lanco Electronic gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circular bronze dial with baton markers, day/date apertures and centre seconds, white strap (at fault), quartz, 36mm and a Laco Electric gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circular silvered dial with quarter Arabic numerals, baton markers and centre seconds, black leather strap, quartz, 35mm (3) £60-100 1882. Lanco-matic automatic 'bumper' gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track with five minute divisions and red centre seconds, black leather strap, 35mm; together with a Geneva Super Automatic automatic gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, baton markers and centre seconds, expanding gold plated bracelet, 33mm and a Glencar automatic gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circular silvered dial with baton markers, date aperture and centre seconds, blue leather strap, 34mm (3) £80-120

1883. Four Casio gentlemen's wristwatches to include a Casio Melody Alarm Chronograph, ref. AX-210 (boxed with tags, warranty certificate and user guide), Casio Telememo 50, ref. DB-500G (boxed with International Warranty certificate and user guide), Casio digital wristwatch, ref. AN-8G (boxed with tag, warranty certificate and user guide) and a Casio Wide Temp-LC with compass, ref. WW-31 (boxed with warranty certificate, user guide and receipt) (all untested) £80-120 1884. NO LOT

1885. Sinclair Digital Electronic watch with original box and instruction booklet (untested); together with Sinclair Digital Electronic watch kit, cased with assembly instructions and a Sinclair Microquartz GT clock with box and instructions (untested) (3) £120-180

1886. Pulsar analogue solar gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. V103, quartz (boxed with guarantee and instruction booklets, original receipt); together with a Pulsar digital alarm-timer gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. Y716, quartz (boxed with guarantee and instruction booklets) and a Pulsar Time Computer LED stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, quartz (3) £100-150 1887. Swatch automatic gentleman's wristwatch, 33 jewel, original tan leather strap, 37mm (cased with guarantee and instructions); together with a Swatch chronograph gentleman's wristwatch, 22 jewels, original strap, quartz, 37mm (cased with guarantee and instructions) (2) £20-40

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1888. Citizen Digi-Ana chronograph alarm stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 8943-083652, quartz, 32mm (Citizen box with outer cover, tag, guarantee dated 7-3-1984, instruction manual, 'The Citizen Watch Collection 1983' leaflet)); together with a Citizen Quartz Crystron LC Chronograph Dual-Time stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, quartz, 35mm (Citizen box, tag) (2) £60-100

1889. Citizen Quartz chronograph alarm stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 3530-351207, 38mm (Citizen box, guarantee booklet dated 20-09-1985, instruction manual); together with a Citizen automatic bicolour gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 4-R01363, 21 jewel, 36mm (Citizen box with outer cover, guarantee and instruction booklet) (2) £30-50 1890. Citizen Seven Spectro digital stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 9610-084233, quartz, 30mm (Citizen box with outer cover, guarantee, instruction booklet, receipt); together with a Citizen X8 Cosmotron Transistorized stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 4-4480121, quartz, 38mm (Citizen box) (2) £60-100

1891. Sekonda Autodate de luxe gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch; together with a Sekonda de luxe gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch and five further Sekonda gentlemen's wristwatches (7) £30-50 1892. Five gold plated gentlemen's wristwatches to include Oris, Talis and Limit £40-60 1893. Three Lucerne gentlemen's wristwatches; together with two further gentlemen's wristwatches to include Technos and Newmark (5) £50-80 1894. Enicar gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, 37mm; together with a Certina stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, 33mm and a Timor stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, 32mm (3) £50-80 1895. Novelty erotic automaton oversized chrome cased gentleman's wristwatch, black leather strap, 46mm £80-120

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1896. Collection of various gentlemen's wristwatches to include a Gucci 5400M gold plated gentleman's bracelet watch, quartz, 35mm (box with outer cover, guarantee booklet and card, spare link) (10) £40-80 1897. Sekonda Classique World Time gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 3107, quartz, 43mm (box and instructions/guarantee); together with a Sekonda stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 3917, quartz, 43mm (box - damaged and instructions/guarantee), Sekonda day/date moon phase two-tone gentleman's bracelet watch, quartz, 45mm (box and receipt) and a Pulsar chronograph alarm stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. 7T62-X019, quartz, 44mm (box - damaged, instruction manual and spare links) (4) £50-80 1898. Accurist two-tone gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. MB822B, quartz, 43mm (box, spare link, instructions and receipts); together with an Accurist gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, ref. MB821B, quartz, 43mm (box, spare links, instructions and receipt) (2) £40-80 1899. Raymond Weil Geneve Quartz gold plated gentleman's wristwatch, ref. 9007, champagne dial, black leather strap, 23mm (pouch); together with a Rotary gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, silvered dial with baton markers date aperture and centre seconds, black leather strap, 33mm (Rotary box - damaged) (2) £60-100 1900. Seven various Zeon wristwatches including a 007 James Bond quartz wristwatch with original packaging; together with a Zeon ring watch and a King of Diamonds wristwatch (9) £60-100 1901. Collection of fifteen various gentlemen's wristwatches to include Favre-Leuba, Orion, Citizen Homer, Swissam, Glashutte, Jasco, Corvette, Services, Zewoca, Genova, Caravelle, Puerta, Trafalgar, Suizex £40-80 1902. Silver cylinder engraved fob watch; Waltham gold plated engine turned hunter fob watch, Girard-Perregaux Gyromatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, silver wire-lug lady's wristwatch branded Asprey; also a Texa silver (0.935) gentleman's wristwatch with hunter case (5) £60-100

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1903. Silver (925) wire-lug gentleman's wristwatch, import hallmarks London 1924, circular white dial with Roman numerals, red twelve, outer minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, modern black leather strap, 33mm; together with a gunmetal wire-lug gentleman's bracelet watch, later expanding bracelet, 33mm and a Services mid-size chrome cased gentleman's wristwatch, brown leather strap, 29mm (3) £60-100 1904. Silver (0.925) wire-lug ladies wristwatch, white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, red twelve, minute markers and blued steel hands, 15 jewel movement, modern black leather strap, 26mm; together with a Sekonda fob watch, Enicar automatic stainless steel lady's bracelet watch, Limit gold plated and stainless steel lady's bracelet watch, Rotary gold plated and stainless steel lady's bracelet watch and an Avia stainless steel wristwatch head (6) £40-80 1905. Quantity of ladies wristwatches to include Hamiliton intra-matic, Excalibur automatic, Seculus automatic, gunmetal wire-lug wristwatch, gold plated digital LED wristwatch, Chancellor, Timex Charles & Diana 1981 gold plated wristwatch with box, Empire, House of Jobin, Etienne, Rowa fob watch etc, also ten various quartz wristwatches and an Imdur quartz travel alarm clock £60-100 1906. Imado silver lady's bracelet watch, 16mm, boxed; with a Bucherer vintage lady's watch and another (3) £25-45 1907. Collection of ladies quartz bracelet watches to include Seiko, Rotary, Everite, Corvette, Accurist, H. Samuel (some boxed); together with seven H. Samuel gold plated and stainless steel ladies bracelet watches with H. Samuel pouches £80-150 1908. Three silver ladies bracelet watches to include Accurist and Ciro; together with three gold plated and stainless steel ladies watch and jewellery sets (cased), six gold plated and stainless steel ladies bracelet watches (cased) and a selection of incomplete ladies watch and jewellery sets to include three watches, two bracelets, necklace and earrings £80-150 1909. Quantity of mechanical gold plated and stainless steel ladies bracelet watches; together with three Ingersoll fob watches £80-150


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1910. Stayte 9ct wire-lug gentleman's wristwatch, import hallmarks London 1928, circular enamel dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, cathedral hands, signed 15 jewel adjusted Patented movement, no. 21224, modern tan leather strap, case maker SFC (Schwob Freres & Co), 25.8gm, 29mm (at fault); together with two 9ct ladies wristwatches, 31.2gm (at fault) (3) £80-120 1911. Four 9ct ladies bracelet watches to include Envoy, Roamer and Arcadia, 79.7gm £100-150

1912. Three 9ct ladies wristwatches to include a foliate engraved wire-lug wristwatch (converted from a fob watch), Visible and Lanco, 58.2gm; together with a gold plated lady's wristwatch (lacking bracelet) (4) £100-150 1913. Two 9ct ladies bracelet watches; together with a Vulcain 14k lady's wristwatch, 35.4gm, also a collection of various ladies wristwatches £100-200

1914. 9ct cushion cased wristwatch, London 1944, silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 15 jewel Swiss movement, 15.6gm, 28mm (no strap); also a Kody tonneau cased 1930/40s wristwatch in box (2) £50-80

1915. 9ct gentleman's wristwatch; together with a 9ct case back, five silver wire-lug wristwatches and a selection of various gold plated and stainless steel wristwatches to include a Bulova Accutron and a gold plated fob watch (mostly in need of repair), Rotary silver lady's bracelet watch, London 1974, circular silvered dial with baton markers, 17 jewel movement, integral bracelet, 21mm (Rotary box, International Guarantee leaflet, warranty registration card, wrist measuring card), also a selection of watch cases and case backs £100-150 1916. Eight Accurist Quartz gold plated and stainless steel ladies bracelet watches (all boxed); together with three Pulsar Quartz gold plated and stainless steel ladies bracelet watches (all boxed) and a Pulsar Quartz stainless steel lady's bracelet watch (boxed) (12) £80-150

1917. Selection of chronograph gentlemen's wristwatches in need of attention/repair, to include Sicura, Fortis, Favre-Leuba, Ado, Universal, and two Pierce (one engraved AM 6E/357 to the case back); together with a small quantity of chronograph movements and case, also an Endura movement with hours, minutes, date displays £100-200

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1918. Buler hexagonal cased gentleman's wristwatch, mod. dep. 10280, hexagonal dial with quarter baton markers, within a brown plastic case, brown strap, 31.5mm (at fault); together with a Reliable gunmetal lever fob watch, 35mm, within a Dupabel expanding cradle with leather strap, chrome cased centre seconds stopwatch, the dial with 1-60 scale, seconds track, subsidiary fifteen minute recording dial and centre seconds, 23099 movement, brown leather strap, 37mm (at fault), also a Russian movement with centre seconds, rotating bezel with red indicator and electrical contacts to the reverse (4) £30-50 1919. Omega Deville Quartz gold plated lady's bracelet watch; together with a quantity of lady's bracelet watches to include Smiths Empire, Smiths De Luxe, Tissot Seastar, also a quantity of various quartz wristwatches £50-80

1920. Three silver (0.925) wire-lug wristwatches for repair £60-100

1921. Rotary silver square cased gentleman's wristwatch for repair, 26mm; together with an Everite silver wristwatch for repair, 30mm (lacking strap) (2) £40-60

1922. Omega gentleman's wristwatch for repair or spares, ref. 2640-4, cal. 283 17 jewel movement, modern black leather strap, 36mm £60-100

1923. Ten various gold plated and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatches to include Mondaine, Ingersoll, Paul Jobin, Civitas, Services (some faults) £50-100

1924. Twelve assorted gentleman's wristwatches to include Rotary, Kienzle, Mondaine, Montine, Camy (some faults) £50-100

1925. Bulova automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, 35mm; together with a Tressa automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, 35mm (at fault), Glycine stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, 33mm and a Memostar Alarm stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch (at fault) (4) £30-50

1926. Two gold plated rectangular cased fixed bar gentleman's wristwatches (one at fault); together with a rectangular cased fixed bar stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch and a square cased wire-lug gentleman's wristwatch for repair (4) £50-80

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1927. Selection of vintage wristwatches, some in need of attention to include Helvetia, Yema, Zodiac, Hamilton, Favre-Leuba, Astin, and Movado (8) £60-100

WRISTWATCH BRACELETS & SPARES, BOXES & CASES 1927A. Rolex Oyster Submariner steel watch bracelet, ref. 93250, 6" long £150-200 1928. Rolex green watch box, 8.5" long £40-80 1929. Bulova sixteen compartment grey leather watch case; together with a further watch display box and a carry case (3) £40-60 1930. Advertising quartz wall clock, 13.25'' approx £140-180 1931. Advertising quartz wall clock, 13.25'' approx £140-180 1932. Omega Dynamic watch case with Omega bracelet; together with an Omega watch case, ref. 196.0160, case back numbered 1342, with leather strap and Omega buckle (2) £30-50 1933. Selection of watch clasps to include Seiko £10-20 1934. Three Omega watch buckles; together with a Bulova watch buckle (4) £70-90 1935. Large quantity of various wristwatch straps £30-50 1936. Large quantity of various wristwatch straps £30-50 1937. Selection of new/old stock wristwatch cases £20-40

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WRISTWATCH PARTS & ACCESSORIES

1938. Quantity of watch glasses £30-50

1939. Quantity of watch and clock glasses £40-60

1940. Assortment of various watch parts and accessories £30-50

1941. Quantity of various watch parts and accessories to include balance staffs, mainsprings, stems etc £50-100

1942. Selection of watch and clock parts to include stems, balance staffs, crowns, balance wheels, wheels, movement parts, glasses etc £60-100

1943. Quantity of watch parts to include balance staffs, crowns, O rings, washers, batteries, timing washers, cases, Tissot parts, movements, straps; together with a quantity of watch glasses £40-80

1944. Selection of watch parts to include balance staffs, stems, balance jewels, mainsprings etc, also Oris, Swiza and Reveils boxes £30-50

1945. Quantity of various wristwatch and pocket watch parts, including hands, fusee chain, balances etc; together with a small quantity of watchmakers tools, pocket watch keys, small quantity of watch straps and bracelets, Rolex watch stand, Rolex Bucherer Lucerne spoon, travel alarm clock for repair, Finnegans 8 days travel clock (at fault), small ornate clock case and a wooden four-drawer cabinet £80-120 1946. Favorite wooden drawer containing a large quantity of Favorite watch hands including nos. from 101 to 726 (not all numbers present) £100-200

1947. Favorite wooden drawer containing a large quantity of Favorite watch hands including nos. from 735 to 1221 (not all numbers present) £100-200

1948. Favorite wooden drawer containing a large quantity of Favorite watch hands including nos. from 1223 to 1772 (not all numbers present) £100-200


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1949. Seven drawer wooden chest containing a quantity of watch glasses; together with two wooden trays containing a quantity of watch glasses (3) £40-80 1950. Twenty-one drawer wooden chest containing a very large quantity of watch stems (some with crowns) within named cases including ETA, Favre, EB, Enicar, FHF, Gruen, Girard, Hamilton, Junghans, Lanco, IWC, Heuer, Hanhart, Smiths, Seiko, Timex, Omega, Lemania, Longines, LeCoultre, Marvin, Zenith, Record, Rolex, Poljot £300-500 1951. Twelve drawer wooden chest containing a quantity of watch and some clock balance wheels to include Renata 1392, Progress (1561M, 1279M, 122), Amida 459, Kienzle, Ronda (68, 1500) Oris etc £40-60 1952. Six drawer wooden chest containing a quantity of watch hands, paste stones, marcasites and screws £50-80 1953. Six drawer wooden chest containing a large quantity of watch wheels within named cases to include Helvetia, Junghans, FEF, Lanco, Kienzle, Newark, Marvin, Oris, Record, Seiko, Smiths, Tissot, Timex etc £60-100 1954. Four Favorite wooden drawers containing a quantity of watch mainsprings to include nos. 85-742 (not all numbers present) £50-100 1955. Seven drawer wooden chest containing a quantity of watch setting levers within named cases to include Buren, Cyma, Enicar, Helvetia, Longines, Lanco, Roamer, Movado, Poljot, Seiko, Tissot, Timex, Smiths, Rolex, Record £100-200 1956. Seven drawer wooden chest containing various watch parts within named cases to include Smiths, ETA, Enicar, FHF, Poljot, etc £80-120 1957. Seven drawer wooden chest containing a large quantity of watch hour wheels, minute wheels, pallet staffs etc £80-120 1958. Six drawer wooden chest containing a large quantity of watch train wheels within named cases to include Feba, FHF, ETA, Enicar, EB, Cyma, A.S., Amida £80-120

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1959. Two wooden trays containing a quantity of watch mainsprings £60-100

1960. Three seven drawer wooden chests containing a quantity of watch balances £40-80

1961. Twelve drawer wooden chest containing three drawers of watch regulators (within named cases including Amida, Buren, Cyma, BFG, ETA, Felsa, FHF, Helvetia, Lanco, Seiko, Smiths), four drawers of watch lever pallets (within named cases including AS, Buren, Bulova, Cyma, FHF, FEF, Helvetia, Lemania, Junghans, Felsa, Smiths, Poljot, Seiko), two drawers of pin pallets (within named cases including Amida, Brac, EB, Junghans, Kienzle, Lanco, Oris, Smiths, Timex) and two drawers of various watch parts (within names cases including EB, Lanco, ETA, Oris, Timex) £100-200 1962. Six drawer wooden chest containing a quantity of watch cylinders, balances and rollers within named cases to include ETA, AS, FHF, Amida, Brac, Cyma, GT, Record, Seiko £100-200

1963. Six drawer wooden chest containing a large quantity of watch hands £100-200

1964. Quantity of assorted wristwatch dials £20-40

1965. Collection of assorted movements £20-40

1966. Quantity of wristwatch movements and dials, to include an EternaMatic automatic movement, part Omega movement, Zenith movement and three Accutron dials £40-60 1967. Rolex wristwatch movement; together with a quantity of wristwatch movements, also some spares to include dials and watch cases £60-100

1968. Rolex wristwatch movement; together with seven further wristwatch movements including Zenith, Hamilton, Doxa Locle, Longines and Omega (8) £20-30

1969. Rolex wristwatch movement; together with three cases containing quartz watches in need of assembly and a quantity of various gentlemen's and ladies wristwatches in need of repair £40-80 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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WATCH TOOLS

1970. Various tools from a watchmaker's workshop to include an AF crystal lift, ref. 179.100, AF screwdriver set, ref. 189.80, MKS hand remover, Minicraft twin column drill stand, ref. MB0540, Minicraft transformer, ref. MB0230, Parkside multigrinder and two sets of Powerfix and Parkside accessories for cutting, drilling, sanding, polishing, engraving and cleaning etc (8) £80-120 1971. Greiner Electronic Watch Timing Machine £50-80

1972. Bergeon watch water resistance tester for watch cases, ref. 555/98 £150-250

1973. Micromat The A. D. Leveridge Diamond MM Gauge and Weight Estimator, model U.S. '72, labelled to the reverse 'Rubin and Son, New York, 20370', with attachment, original fitted case, outer box and bound booklet £80-150 1974. Quantity of various tools from a watchmaker's workshop; together with related books to include 'How to Run a Lathe', 'Watchmakers Handbook', 'Turning and Milling in Horology' etc £30-50

1975. Quantity of watchmakers tools to include a Rolex Micro-Stella tool, Tissot case opening tool, Favorite staking set, case opening tool, Presto circular stocks and dies set, depthing tool, glass pressing tool etc £80-120 1976. Selection of tools from a watchmaker's workshop to include a Seiko tool, Citizen Multi Tester and a Micro-Welder £40-80 1977. OVA unbreakable crystal fitting machine, boxed; together with a staking set, within a wooden case (2) £60-100 1978. Benray watch cleaner £15-30

1979. Quantity of various watchmakers tools to include a case opener, two mainspring winders, screwdrivers etc £50-100 1980. NO LOT

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MIXED POCKET WATCHES

1981. Swiss gunmetal lever fob pocket watch within a leather wristband, the watch 28mm £30-50 1982. Two centre second stainless steel pocket watches, unsigned gilt frosted movements with compensated balance and regulator, the dials with Roman numerals, outer minute track with five minute divisions, centre seconds and blued steel hands, the case backs branded 'Bravingtons, London', 62mm £80-120

1983. 18th century fusee verge pocket watch, the movement signed Favre fils au Locle, with pierced engraved balance cock, ruby endstone, silvered regulating disc and square baluster pillars, the dial with Roman numerals and outer minute track, nickel case, 52mm; together with a silver cased engine turned pedometer, London 1889, the dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary dial, 42mm (2) £100-150 1984. Victorian silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1841, the movement signed Hen'y Baker, Whitsterble, Kent, with engraved balance cock, diamond endstone, steel three arm balance and silvered regulating scale, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, within a plain case, case maker I.B, 51mm (requires attention, lacking hands) £50-100

1985. Omega pocket stopwatch, signed black dial with outer silvered chapter and subsidiary minute recording dial, signed 9300A 7 jewel movement, no. 2279046, 54mm (in need of attention); together with a Minerva Patent chrome cased pocket stopwatch with start/stop lever, signed 7 jewel unadjusted movement, 49mm, Smiths 'The Whippet' nickel cased pocket stopwatch, 51mm and a further chrome cased pocket stopwatch, 49mm (4) £50-100

1986. Silver Railway Regulator Lever engine turned pocket watch, 52mm; together with a white metal (0.830) lever pocket dress watch, 49mm (case at fault), Continental white metal cylinder engine turned pocket watch, 45mm and a fusee verge pocket watch movement, signed F.B. Newton, Milton, Kent, no. 18587 (4) £40-80 1987. J.W. Benson 'The Ludgate' silver engine turned lever pocket watch, London 1888, 52mm (at fault); together with a silver engine turned lever pocket watch, Birmingham 1894, unsigned movement, no. 66443, the cuvette signed Jones Company, Worcester, 55mm (2) £50-80


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1988. Waltham Traveler gold plated lever pocket watch, serial no. 165449048, white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, 50mm; also a Waltham silverode case pocket watch, no. 18187386, 58.5mm (case back surface at fault) (2) £50-80 1989. Goliath nickel cased lever pocket watch, unsigned three quarter plate frosted movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, plain case, 65mm (at fault); together with a Continental silver (0.935) lever half hunter fob watch, gilt frosted bar movement signed K&CIE, the dial with Roman numerals and minute track, blued steel hands, plain case, 38mm (2) £60-100 1990. Novelty football automaton chrome cased pocket watch, 51mm; together with a Shanghai Tang novelty Deng Xiao Ping automaton wristwatch, black leather strap, 36mm (2) £40-60 1991. Silver centre seconds chronograph lever pocket watch, London 1881, three quarter plate movement signed J. Harris, Manchester, no. 2383, within a plain case with engraved cartouche, 58mm; together with two nickel cased lever pocket watches (3) £80-120 1992. Silver fusee verge hunter pocket watch, the movement signed Josh Thistle, Nether Stowey, no. 71922, with engraved balance cock, flat steel three arm balance and Bosley type regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and winding hole at the four position, within an engine turned case, 45mm; together with a Continental silver (0.935) lever engine turned hunter pocket watch, 45mm (2) £60-100 1993. Two chrome cased pocket stopwatches £20-30 1994. Junghans Process Time Meter chrome cased pocket stopwatch, silvered dial with sixty second, sixty minute and 1/10 sec recording dials, signed 28/2 movement, 55mm; together with an S. Smith & Son Ltd nickel cased Chronoscope, the dial with Arabic numerals, centre seconds and subsidiary dial, gilt frosted movement numbered 53206, case back with broad arrow and numbered '252-146', 59mm (at fault) (2) £40-80

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1995. Silver (0.935) alarm lever engine turned pocket watch, the movement with compensated balance, regulator and alarm 'wheel' inscribed Brevet no. 10461, the dial inscribed H. M. Emanuel & Son, Portsea, By Appointt. To The Queen' with Roman numerals, minute track, inner alarm track with centre alarm indicator and blued steel hands, alarm adjustment lever at the twelve/one position and stop/alarm lever at the two/three position, 53mm; together with a Richmond Time Recording Co 'Quick Action' nickel cased lever pocket watch, non-magnetic 7 jewel movement marked K686, the dial with Arabic numerals and minute track, the case with stop/start lever at the four/five position and marked K686 to the case back, 51mm (at fault) (2) £40-60 1996. Four Ingersoll pocket watches to include Ingersoll Crown, Ingersoll Leader, Ingersoll Leader Radiolite, Ingersoll Yankee Radiolite £40-80

1997. Services Gatwick chrome cased pocket watch; together with four further pocket watches to include Smiths Empire, Westclox Dax and Westclox Pocket Ben, Champion (5) £40-80 1998. Four Ingersoll pocket watches to include Ingersoll Yankee, Ingersoll Traveler, Ingersoll Triumph (box and guarantee dated 29-11-52) and Ingersoll Crown (with protective case) £40-80

1999. Six various chrome cased pocket watches to include Services, Alert Five, Services Scout, Railway Time, Railway Timekeeper and 'Camerer Cuss & Co' £40-80

2000. Four gold plated pocket watches to include a Liga Superior Time Keeper lever hunter pocket watch, Swiss Best Patent lever hunter pocket watch, Swiss half hunter pocket watch and a lever pocket watch branded John Forrest, London to the dial £50-100

2001. Elizabeth II Coronation souvenir chrome cased pocket watch, within a presentation box; together with three chrome cased pocket watches to include Ansonia and Sphinx (4) £30-50

2002. Gunmetal lever pocket watch, gilt frosted movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track with five minute divisions and subsidiary seconds, 50mm; together with a further gunmetal lever pocket watch, the movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Arabic numerals, dot and minute markers and small subsidiary seconds, 48mm (2) £50-80

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2003. Fetiva gunmetal alarm pocket watch, 54mm (box); together with a Fanfar nickel cased alarm pocket watch and a Mentor chrome cased alarm pocket watch (3) £40-80 2004. Five Continental silver (0.800) cylinder engraved fob watches £60-100 2005. Five Continental cylinder engine turned fob watches £60-100 2006. Five Continental silver (0.800) cylinder fob watches £60-100

2007. Four Continental silver (0.800) fob watches (one at fault) £50-80

2008. Five Continental silver (0.800) engine turned fob watches (one boxed, one at fault) £50-80 2009. Two Continental silver (0.800) cylinder fob watches £50-80 2010. Three silver cylinder engraved fob watches £50-80

2011. Silver (0.935) cylinder engraved fob watch, 36mm; together with an attractive silver (0.925) cylinder engraved fob watch, 33mm and a silver (0.935) lever centre seconds engraved fob watch, 34mm (in need of attention) (3) £50-80 2012. Five Continental silver cylinder engraved fob watches £60-100

2013. Four Continental silver cylinder engraved fob watches £50-80

2014. Four Continental silver cylinder engraved fob watches (one at fault) £50-80 2015. Eight cylinder fob watches; together with a lever fob watch (9) £80-120 2016. Two silver American Watch Co. Waltham pocket watches £80-120

2017. Louis Roskopf S.A. Patent nickel cased lever pocket watch, 53mm; together with a W. Rosskopf & Cie Patent nickel cased lever pocket watch, 53mm (2) £100-150 58

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2018. Doxa novelty erotic automaton lever nickel cased pocket watch, signed gilt frosted movement with compensated balance and regulator, signed cuvette, the erotic painted dial with Arabic numerals and blued steel hands, within a plain signed case, 54mm £80-120

2019. Silver (0.935) cylinder engine turned pocket watch, unsigned movement, the painted dial depicting a church amongst house beside a river with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, 51mm; together with a nickel cased pocket watch, the dial depicting a locomotive with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, 61mm (at fault) (2) £40-80

2020. Three continental white metal cylinder pocket watches, each with engraved scene (one at fault); together with a Sopra white metal lever pocket watch with engraved scene (4) £60-100

2021. Three white metal lever pocket watches, each with engraved case; together with a white metal cylinder pocket watch with engraved case (4) £60-100 2022. NO LOT

2023. Equine interest - Four continental silver (0.800) cylinder pocket watches, with engraved cases each depicting a horse £80-120

2024. Equine interest - Three continental silver (0.800) cylinder pocket watches, with engraved cases each depicting a horse £60-100

2025. Equine interest - Two continental silver (0.800) cylinder pocket watches, with engraved cases each depicting a horse; together with a continental white metal cylinder pocket watch with engraved case depicting two drinking horses (3) £60-100

2026. Eight cylinder pocket watches to include a hunter example (8) £60-100

2027. Five cylinder engraved pocket watches (5) £40-60

2028. Six cylinder pocket watches (6) £40-60

2029. Six silver (0.800) cylinder pocket watches (6) £80-120


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2030. Three silver (0.800) cylinder pocket watches; together with three silver (0.800) lever pocket watches (6) £80-120 2031. Seven silver cylinder pocket watches (7) £80-120

2032. A. Rosskopf & Co. Patent silver (0.800) lever pocket watch; together with a Continental lever hunter pocket watch, nickel cased lever engine turned pocket watch and a white metal bar lever engine turned pocket watch (4) £60-100 2033. Five various Continental pocket watches to include a lever hunter pocket watch, gunmetal lever pocket watch and three cylinder pocket watches (5) £60-100

2034. Gre. Roskopf Patent nickel cased lever pocket watch, with engraved case depicting a locomotive; together with a nickel cased lever hunter pocket watch, with engraved case depicting cycling pursuits and a silver cylinder pocket watch, with engraved cased depicting a fisherman, also a Moeris Grand Prix dress pocket watch, Raketa fob watch and a Cupillard Rieme automatic gold plated gentleman's bracelet watch (6) £80-120 2035. NO LOT

2036. Silver (0.935) cylinder engraved fob watch; together with two small silver (0.935) cylinder engraved fob watches (key) (3) £50-80 2037. Five various gold plated pocket watches including three hunter examples (5) £80-150 2038. Twelve assorted pocket watches for repair £30-50

2039. Four silver pocket watches and nickel case pocket watch, each for repair (5) £30-50

2040. Quantity of assorted pocket watch watches for repair, including silver cased examples £50-150

2041. Silver (0.935) cylinder engraved fob watch, 39mm; together with a silver (0.935) S&Co lever engine turned pocket watch, 49mm (at fault) and a Bentima Lever Railway Timekeeper lever pocket watch, 55mm (at fault) (3) £40-80

BID LIVE AT: www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

2042. Leonidas British Military Army issue chrome cased lever pocket watch, unsigned gilt frosted lever movement, signed dial with Arabic numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds and luminous hands, the case with Military arrow and issue markings 'G.S.T.P N 1339', 52mm; together with a chrome cased lever pocket watch, 15 jewel lever movement, the dial with Arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, the case with arrow within a C and markings 'C-14578', the case band stamped C-14578, 51mm (at fault) (2) £30-50

2043. Waltham gold plated lever pocket watch, signed 15 jewel movement with safety barrel, no. 9850584, signed dial with Arabic numerals, red outer five minute divisions, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, plain screw case, 46mm (at fault); together with a Standard Watch Co. gold plated lever pocket watch, signed 7 jewel movement, signed dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, plain case, 51mm (at fault) (2) £60-100 2044. Omega gunmetal lever pocket watch; together with two silver fusee lever engine turned pocket watches, silver lever engine turned pocket watch, two silver cylinder engraved fob watches, silver fusee lever fob watch, cylinder engraved fob watch, two silver lever engine turned pocket watches, Hebdomas 8 days pocket watch, Trans Pacific chrome cased lever pocket watch, Dolmy chrome cased pocket stopwatch (all principally for repair), also a nickel pocket watch case with dial and part-movement and a selection of silver, gold plated and nickel pocket watch cases £100-150

2045. Silver fusee lever engine turned pocket watch, London 1874, the movement signed James Crichton, Glasgow, no. 6812 with engraved balance cock, compensated balance and silvered regulating scale, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, 53mm (at fault) (key); together with a silver lever engine turned pocket watch, Chester 1904, unsigned movement, no. 732212 with reversing pinion, compensated balance and regulator, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, 52mm (key) (2) £50-80 2046. Silver lever engine turned pocket watch, Birmingham 1885, the gilt frosted movement signed AndrÈ Mathey with gilt three arm balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, 47mm (key); together with a silver (0.935) lever engine turned pocket watch, the 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.', 48mm (at fault) (key) (2) £40-60

2047. Silver lever (0.935) engine turned pocket watch, 52mm (key); together with a silver fusee lever engine turned pocket watch, 52mm (key) (at fault), and two silver lever engine turned pocket watches (both at fault) (4) £40-80 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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2048. Silver (0.935) centre seconds chronograph cylinder pocket watch, unsigned three-quarter plate movement, the dial numbered 95877 with Roman numerals, 25/300 outer scale, centre seconds and blued steel hands, engine turned case, 50mm (key) (at fault); together with a white metal centre seconds chronograph cylinder pocket watch, unsigned three-quarter plate movement, the dial with Roman numerals, 25/300 outer scale and centre seconds, plain case, 55.5mm (key) (2) £40-80 2049. Quantity of chrome/nickel cased pocket watches mostly at fault and for repair to include Ingersoll Leader, Ingersoll Yankee, Ingersoll, Solatime etc £30-50 2050. Gala gunmetal alarm pocket watch; together with a further gunmetal alarm pocket watch (both at fault) £20-40

2051. Twelve-compartment drawer containing a quantity of pocket watches for spares or repair to include two Ingersoll Yankee, Omnibus gunmetal, nickel cased half hunter, nickel cased alarm, also a silver pocket watch case £20-30 2052. Five Continental silver (0.800) fob watches (at fault) £60-100

2053. Three cylinder engine turned fob watches (two at fault) £30-50

2054. Gold plated half hunter cylinder pocket watch (case) (at fault); together with three gold plated cylinder fob watches (one cased) and a Laureat gold plated lever fob watch with chain and fob (5) £60-100 2055. Silver centre second chronograph pocket watch, 50mm (at fault); together with a nickel cased centre second chronograph pocket watch, 51mm and a nickel cased pocket stopwatch, 52mm (at fault) (3) £30-50

2056. Silver J.W. Benson 'The Ludgate Watch' lever pocket watch, 51mm (at fault); together with a silver fusee lever pocket watch, 50mm (at fault), silver (0.925) lever pocket watch, 54mm (at fault), silver (0.935) 'Six Prize Medals, Masters Ltd Rye' pocket watch and a nickel cased 8 days Goliath pocket watch, 63mm (at fault) (5) £30-50

2057. Continental white metal engraved lever hunter Goliath pocket watch, 65mm (at fault); together with a nickel cased lever Goliath pocket watch, plain case, 67mm (in need of attention) (2) £40-60

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2058. Quarter repeating lever engraved pocket watch (in need of attention); together with a nickel cased 'Post - Chronometre' lever pocket watch, nickel cased lever pocket watch and two Wattman Chronometre lever pocket watches (5) £60-100

2059. Six enamelled fob watches for repair £60-100

2060. Five enamelled fob watches for repair; together with three enamelled wire-lug wristwatches for repair (8) £60-100

2061. Gunmetal lever repeater pocket watch for repair, the movement with compensated balance, regulator and hammer striking a gong, the dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, inscribed cuvette, plain case, 49mm £80-120

2062. Six gold plated lever hunter pocket watches; together with two gold plated lever half hunter pocket watches, gold plated lever pocket watch and a gold plated hunter pocket watch case (faults) (10) £180-220

2063. Turkish market - gilt metal lever hunter pocket watch for repair, 50mm; together with a silver (0.800) lever hunter pocket watch for repair, 45mm (2) £80-120

2064. Gunmetal chronograph lever pocket watch for repair, 50mm £40-60

2065. Two British Military Army issue nickel cased pocket watches for repair, each with Military markings to the case back; together with a British Air Ministry nickel cased pocket stopwatch in need of repair, the case back with Military markings (3) £40-60

2066. Small gilt metal cylinder Art Nouveau style fob watch in need of repair, gilt frosted bar movement with gilt balance and regulator, the dial with Arabic numerals, the case back decorated with five small diamonds, 25mm £40-60

2067. H. Samuel silver 'Acme Lever' pocket watch, 51mm; also two lady's wristwatches (3) £10-20

2068. Three Military nickel cased pocket watches for repair, to include two Waltham 16s lever pocket watches, also a nickel pocket watch case with Military arrow and dial (4) £50-100


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2069. Quantity of various nickel and chrome cased pocket and fob watches mostly for spares or repair to include an Ingersoll Leader, also a nickel hunter pocket watch case £20-30

2070. Collection of pocket watches for repair, to include a Jaeger LeCoultre military issue pocket watch and another, Heuer Super Sport stopwatch etc £50-100 2071. 19th century pair cased verge pocket watch and four silver pocket watches for repair (5) £50-100

2072. Six silver fusee lever pocket watches for repair, to include two hunter examples (6) £70-100 2073. Four silver engraved and engine turned fob watches (4) £30-60

2074. Gunmetal alarm travel pocket watch (at fault); together with a Services Army nickel cased lever pocket watch, H. Samuel Defiance chrome cased lever pocket watch (for repair) and a Continental brass cased lever pocket watch (4) £30-50 2075. Two silver cylinder engine turned pocket watches (one at fault); together with a silver cylinder engine turned hunter pocket watch (in need of attention) and a silver cylinder fob watch for repair (4) £50-80

POCKET WATCH MOVEMENTS

2076. Quantity of cylinder, lever and duplex pocket and fob watch movements, to include three Elgin and two Waltham movements (mostly for repair); together with a small quantity of pocket watch movement parts and dials £30-50

2077. Quantity of fusee lever pocket watch movements mostly for repair (30) £60-100 2078. Quantity of fusee verge pocket watch movements principally for repair (19) £40-80

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2079. Vacheron Constantin lever pocket watch movement, no. 303234, with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, outer five minute divisions and subsidiary seconds (at fault); together with seven fusee lever pocket watch movements to include two 'Liverpool jewelled' movements and a Sir John Bennett Ltd lever pocket watch movement (9) £60-100 2080. Interesting carousel lever three-quarter plate pocket watch movement, with engraved balance cock, compensated balance and regulator, no. 58569, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, 45mm £200-300

2081. American Watch Co. Waltham. Mass. split seconds chronograph pocket watch movement, no. 3127219, three-quarter plate with lever escapement, compensated balance with gold screws, blued steel balance spring, gilt engraved bridge, Short Tadpole regulator and safety pinion, engraved 'Pat. Sept. 28.80. Eng. Pat. No. 3224', 42mm (lacking dial) £50-100

2082. Quantity of pocket watch movements to include lever, cylinder and fusee lever examples £30-50

2083. Three fusee verge fob watch movements, one signed Breguet et Paris and a further signed Breguet to the dial (for repair) £20-30

2084. Hebdomas 8 Days style nickel cased pocket watch for repair, the case back cast with an eagle in a mountainous landscape, 50mm; together with a small quantity of pocket watch keys and a selection of pocket watch movement parts and dials £20-40

2085. Two nickel cased Goliath repeater movements for spares or repair £40-60

2086. Two chronograph pocket watch movements for spares or repair (lacking dials) £45-65

2087. Two repeater pocket watch movements for repair £80-120

2088. Repeater pocket watch movement for repair (lacking dial) £45-65

2089. Two fusee verge pocket watch movements for repair, makers Anderton, London and Oakley, London (both with dials) £80-120 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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2090. Two fusee verge pocket watch movements for repair, makers Best, London and Newton, London (both with dials) £80-120

2091. Two fusee verge pocket watch movements for repair, makers Thomas Ford, London, no. 1804, the cuvette inscribed Thos Coventry, London, 1804 and Thos Hawkins, London, no. 1431, the cuvette inscribed Thos Hawkins, London, no. 1431 (both with dials) £80-120 2092. Quantity of pocket watch and fob watch movements; together with a small quantity of verge pocket watch movement parts and a tin containing a small quantity of mainsprings £60-100 2093. Quantity of pocket watch movements to include Hebdomas Patent 8 days, Octavia Watch Co. U.S.A.P. 816321 lever, Omega lever, Tupman duplex quarter repeater, Lawson fusee verge, H. Samuel lever, J.G. Graves lever (some with faults) £50-100

2094. Selection of pocket watch movements to include a Jon Hamilton, Hexham fusee lever, Warranted English Lever and four lever movements to include makers E.J. Vokes, Bath & Geneva, Syren, Wales & Mc Culloch, Lonville, also a Jump Hour wristwatch movement in need of repair (8) £50-80 2095. Quantity of pocket and wristwatch glasses £40-60

2096. Quantity of pocket watch and wristwatch glasses, to include BCL Stability glasses, also a small quantity of clock glasses £50-80 2097. Quantity of pocket watch and wristwatch glasses £50-80

2098. Approximately four hundred thin hunter watch glasses £25-45 2099. Quantity of wristwatch and pocket watch glasses £30-50 2100. Gold plated hunter pocket watch case, 55mm £40-60 2101. Quantity of assorted mystery watch parts £40-60

2102. Quantity of various pocket watch display stands to include two Bakelite examples and two dome examples, also a quantity of watch/jewellery boxes and two pocket watch protective cases £40-80 62

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

2103. Four pocket watch display stands £40-80

2104. Quantity of various pocket watch display stands (5) £80-120

2105. George III silver fusee verge pair cased pocket watch, London 1792, the movement signed Samson, London, no. 19708, with pierced balance bridge, flat steel three arm balance, silvered regulating disc and square baluster pillars, the dial with Roman numerals and outer five minute divisions, within plain matching cases, case maker IR, 50mm, mounted upon a pocket watch wall display; together with two further pocket watch display stands (3) £80-120 2106. Quantity of pocket watch keys, bows and crowns £30-50

2107. Quantity of pocket watch keys £80-120

2108. Bag of assorted pocket watch keys, chains and Alberts, also two pocket watch glasses £50-100

2109. Ten trade pocket watch keys relating to Newcastle £50-80

2110. Ten trade pocket watch keys relating to London £50-80

2111. Eight trade pocket watch keys relating to North East England £40-60

2112. Ten assorted trade pocket watch keys; together with six further pocket watch keys (16) £80-120

2113. Five fob watch bows, including two enamelled examples £30-50

2114. Quantity of various pocket watch chains and leather straps, also a gold plated expanding wristwatch bracelet £40-60

2115. The St. Johns Ambulance Service Association silver medallion, engraved to the reverse Jack Haworth, no. 477533, with twenty attached 'competency' labels dated 1941-1960 (one silver, three numbered 477533 to the reverse) £30-50

2116-2120 NO LOT


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MISCELLANEOUS HOROLOGY

2121. Swiss three train clock movement with 11" convex white enamel dial; also an old Dutch wall clock in need of rebuilding (2) £100-150

2122. Antique mahogany hooded wall clock case with aperture for a 5" arched dial, 22.5" high overall £100-200 2123. Four various old French clock movements with pendulums (4) £80-120 2124. Antique oak stand for clock movement repairing, 22.75" high £25-45

2125. Six individual longcase clock weights (6) £30-60

2126. Seven various longcase clock weights (7) £30-60

2127. Antique single train turret clock movement with gilt painted octagonal dial, 24" wide (pendulum and weight) £500-700 2128. Antique hourglass within a stained wooden case, with four turned pillars and hexagonal stepped ends, 11.5" high £30-60

2129. Five interchangeable music box cylinders, each with four tunes and one hundred and twenty-two notes, 13" long (5) £100-200 2130. Eighteen 8" polyphon discs (18) £30-50 2131. Fifty 11" polyphon discs (50) £50-100

2132. Eight day longcase clock movement, with two lead weights and a pendulum £40-60

2133. Large quantity of longcase clock weights (brass cased, lead, iron and others) £40-80 64

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

2134. Good English triple fusee musical movement, the finely engraved back plate signed Eardley Norton, London within a floral cartouche, plates 8.5" high x 7.25" wide £500-800

2135. Antique brass and iron topping tool, 11.5" high overall £100-150

2136. Pair of brass cased longcase clock weights (2) £50-80

2137. Pair of brass cased longcase clock weights (2) £50-80

2138. Clockmaker's metal upright chest of fifteen short drawers with contents including: clock parts, hands, mainsprings and tools etc, 39" high £50-80

2139. Early brass and steel watchmaker's bench lathe, 15" wide overall £100-200

2140. Large mahogany wall clock bracket, 21.5" wide, 16" deep £60-100

2141. Good double fusee verge bracket clock movement with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, 9.75" high overall; also an antique ebonised bracket clock case with rounded arched pediment, 10" high, pair of large weights and another smaller weight (5) £200-300

2142. Two old music boxes in need of extensive restoration; also four 16.25" music box cylinders and other parts £100-200

2143. Gothic yew wood clock bracket, 10.5" wide, 7.25" deep, 11.5" high £25-45

2144. Good Federal Micrometer inscribed P.V.E. Woolwich on the drum scale adjuster, 13.5" long £50-80

2145. Unusual brass movement inscribed with UK and French Patent numbers for 1905, 10.5" wide overall; also a W.G. Pye & Co. Limited stop clock, 7" high (2) £30-60

2146-2150 NO LOT


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SMALL MISCELLANEOUS HOROLOGY On display behind the cabinets

(Section starts approximately 1.30pm)

2151. Four various good quality French two train movements and three pendulums £200-300

2152. Interesting early hooded wall clock dial, the 7.75" x 7" brass dial plate signed William Fox of Uppingham to the centre engraved with tulips in a vase and fitted with a central alarm dial and iron hand £50-150

2153. Sedan style clock with fusee verge movement, unsigned, inset into a walnut and brass pillared stepped case, surmounted by a fluted arched pediment 9.5" high £120-180 2154. Interesting late 18th/early 19th century painted watch stand carved with a nude man grappling with a swan holding a fish, upon a triangular stepped base, 11" high overall £150-250 2155. Graduated nest of eleven bells, largest 3.25" diameter £100-150

2156. Pair of cylindrical brass Vienna regulator weights, 4.5" high overall; also a similar foliate engraved weight and four larger brass cased weights (7) £50-80

2157. Seven wooden drawers containing a large quantity of mainsprings for alarm clocks, Oris 430 mainsprings, Sterling mainsprings, Ressorts mainsprings etc £60-100 2158. Large quantity of old platform escapements £40-80

2159. Three various old clock movements in need of rebuilding and extensive restoration (3) £40-80

2160. Walter Werkzeuge Salzburg Powercraft 1573 500W electric bench drill, 24" high £80-120

BID LIVE AT: www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

2161. Selecta Unimat electric lathe with collets, upon an ebonised table fitted with a frieze drawer £60-100

2162. Six drawer wooden chest containing a quantity of clock hands £60-100

2163. Ten various crank handle winding keys £100-150

2164. Quantity of bells, including lantern clock bells and strap, also twentyfour new brass bells £60-100

2165. Various Black Forest cone weights, trumpeter pipes and gongs £30-60

2166. Large quantity longcase clock pendulum bobs and others £40-80

2167. Quantity of assorted arches, spandrels, side frets and lantern frets etc £30-60

2168. Very large quantity of old clock parts and spares, including hands, spandrels and finials etc; also a small quantity of tools and two small workshop tool chests £60-100

2169. Large quantity of new and old clock mainsprings, pulley ropes etc £30-60

2170. Large quantity of clock tools, including a mahogany cased staking set and small hand saws etc £80-150

2171. Good small watchmaker's 8mm/6mm star lathe, within a fitted oak hinged case, 13.25" wide overall £150-200

2172. Pultra watchmaker's lathe, upon a mahogany plinth, 11.75" wide overall (with eight collets) £90-120

2173. Small quantity of various horological tools, including clamps, files, gauges and pliers etc £30-60

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2174. Large quantity of various clock parts, including hands, pendulums and mainsprings etc £60-100 2175. Two boxes of various clocks and clock movements etc £60-100

2176. Four various hand tools and accessories, including a mainspring winder and hand lathe etc £60-100 2177. Quantity of various clock and watch making tools, including chisels, files and clamps etc £30-60 2178. Ten various longcase clock crank handle winding keys with turned wooden handles (10) £60-100 2179. Large quantity of various size clock glasses (over fifty) £30-60

2180. Small 6mm watchmaker's lathe, within a fitted mahogany box, 10.5" wide overall £80-140 2181. Large quantity of old and new clock hands £40-80

2182. Large quantity of various clock keys, some crank handled £40-80

2183. Large quantity of various clock parts, including pendulums, finials and spandrels etc £30-60 2184. Early American 4mm watchmaker's lathe, upon a pine rectangular plinth, 10.75" long overall (with collets) £50-80

2185. Quantity of wooden mantel clocks and cases etc; together with a quantity of small clocks and old tools from a clock makers workshop £50-80 2186. Twelve various crank handle winding keys, within a rectangular wooden box (12) £50-80

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2187. Large quantity of various iron and brass clock keys £30-50

2188. Quantity of old torsion and French clock movements etc £30-60

2189. Large quantity of various clock parts, including platform escapements, hands, bezels, springs, screws and wheels etc £60-100

2190. Electric lathe and motor mounted onto a home-made platform, fitted with two drawers containing accessories, 25.5" wide, 21" deep £100-150

2191. Good early brass single fusee verge movement with tapered plates, the back plate with fine stylised foliate engraving, 7" high overall (pendulum) £200-300

2192. Small pitch pine tool chest fitted with various size drawers, some containing tools and accessories, 18" high; also another small tool chest fitted with eighteen short drawers, 9.75" high (2) £60-100

2193. Peaton Precision lathe with electric motor, various attachments and an instruction manual, 18.75" wide overall £100-150

2194. Quantity of various tools and movement clock parts etc, including a brass depthing tool, 11" wide, drill bits, clockmakers hammers and pendulums etc £60-100

2195. Collection of assorted clock keys, 30 approx £20-40

2196-2200 NO LOT

HOROLOGICAL BOOKS

2201. Britten's Old Clocks & Watches and Their Makers, 9th edition; also Eric Bruton - The History of Clocks and Watches and various other standard horological reference books all relating to clocks and watches (20) £25-45

2202. Large quantity of hardback and paperback books relating to American horology £50-80


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2203. Tardy - La Pendule Francaise des Origines a Los Jours, within part marble boards and with gilt tooled leather ribbed spine; also Herbert Cescinsky & Malcolm R. Webster - English Domestic Clocks, illustrated from drawings and photographs by the authors, second edition, published by George Routledge & Sons Ltd...1914, with gilt titled ribbed leather spine (2) £50-80 2204. John Robey - The Longcase Clock Reference Book, Volumes One & Two; also twelve other standard horological reference books (14) £40-80

2205. Large quantity of old standard horological reference books etc; also a small quantity of BHI horological journals £30-60

2206. Paul J. Foley - Willard's Patent Timepieces, A History of The WeightDriven Banjo Clock, 1800-1900; also Dr. Roger Robinson & Herschel B. Burt - The Willard House and Clock Museum and The Willard Family Clockmakers and seven other various horological reference books (9) £30-60 2207. Very large quantity of horological and other specialist musical instrument catalogues; also a variety of horological periodicals and other related ephemera etc £40-80

2208. Large quantity of old standard horological reference books (over 40) £40-80 2209. R. W. Symonds - Thomas Tompion, His Life & Work; also a large quantity of other standard horological reference books (22) £50-80

2210. F. J. Britten - Old English Clocks, The Wetherfield Collection limited edition 226/1000, published Antique Collectors Club 1980; various specialist books on barometers, chronometers and scientific instruments etc, also numerous other standard horological reference books (over 40) £60-100

2211. Charles Allix & Peter Bonnert - Carriage Clocks, Their History and Development, signed and dated 26th Feb '75 by the author inside; also fifteen other standard horological reference books (16) £40-80 2212. R. W. Symonds - Thomas Tompion, His Life & Work, first edition 1951; also Tardy - La Pendule Francaise parts 1, 2 and 3 and several other interesting and rare horological reference books (21) £200-300

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2213. George Gordon - Rolex, Timeless Elegance, first edition no. 07522, published by Zie Yongder Co. Ltd, 1989, with certificate of ownership, hardback with outer sleeve £30-50

2214. James M. Dowling, Jeffrey P. Hess - The Best Of Time, Rolex Wristwatches, An Unauthorised History, revised and expanded 3rd edition, published by Schiffer Publishing Ltd. 2006, signed copy, hardback with outer sleeve; together with Carlo Pergola, Stefano Mazzariol, Giovanni Dosso - Rolex Daytona, A Legend is Born, A Journey Through the Techniques and Style, published 2016, hardback with outer sleeve, also a quantity of Rolex catalogues and booklets £40-60

2215. Guido Mondani, Lele Ravagnani - Rolex GMT-Master, Collecting Wristwatches, published 2007, hardback with outer sleeve; together with Guido Mondani, Lele Ravagnani - Rolex GMT-Master, Estimates, Rolex GMT-Master Wristwatches, Useful Addresses For The Collector (2) £300-500

2216. Martin Skeet, Nick Urul - Vintage Rolex, Sports Models, A Complete Visual Reference & Unauthorised History, revised and expanded second edition, published by Schiffer Publishing Ltd, 2005, hardback with outer sleeve £20-40

2217. George Gordon - Cartier, A Century of Cartier Wristwatches, Timeless Elegance, first edition no. 03897, with certificate of ownership, published by Alan Zie Yongder, 1989, hardback with outer cardboard cover; together with Alberto Isnardi - The Master of Omega, Speedmaster-Flightmaster-Speedsonic, published 2006, hardback with outer sleeve (2) £50-100

2218. George Daniels - Watchmaking, revised edition, published by Philip Wilson Publishers Limited, 1999, hardback with outer sleeve; together with Cecil Clutton & George Daniels - Watches, A Complete History of the Technical and Decorative Development of the Watch, revised and enlarged edition, published by Philip Wilson Publishers Ltd, 1979, hardback with outer sleeve, also nine further books relating to wristwatches to include Military Timepieces, Watches in Colour, Practical Watch Repairing, Watch Repairing as a Hobby, Swatchissimo, Breitling, Patek Philippe, Wristwatches: Investment and Passion and Longines, a selection of watch and auction catalogues and two GirardPerregaux framed posters £50-80 2219. Antiquarian Horology - three bound volumes (II to IV) covering issues December 1956-September 1965; also a large quantity of more than one hundred and ten loose issues, covering 1973-2012 £40-80 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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2220. Charles Allix and Peter Bonnert - Carriage Clocks, Their History and Development (two vols); also eight other standard horological reference books (9) £30-50

2221. Herbert Cescinsky & Malcolm R. Webster - English Domestic Clocks; also five other standard horological reference books (6) £50-80 2222. Fritz von Osterhausen - The Movado History, published by Schiffer Publishing Ltd 1996, hardback with outer sleeve £40-60 2223. Reinhard Meis - Pocket Watches, From the Pendant Watch to the Tourbillon; also five other standard horological volumes (6) £30-60

2224. Catalogue of the Collection of Watches - The Property of J. Pierpont Morgan, compiled at his request by G.C. Williamson, Litt. D, reprinted by Presses Centrales Lausanne S.A. for F. De Nobele, Paris £400-600

2225. Eight horological books to include H. Alan Lloyd - Some Outstanding Clocks, Over Seven Hundred Years, two copies of Michael Pearson The Beauty of Clocks and E. J. Tyler - Clocks & Watches £50-80

2302. Large French black slate and grey marble two train mantel clock striking on a gong, within a pillared stepped case sgrafitto with foliate designs and surmounted by a broken arch pediment, 23" high (pendulum) £90-120

2303. Large French black marble two train mantel clock striking on a gong, the 5.5" black dial within a pillared stepped temple case fitted with two relief panels to the front depicting Classical robed ladies, also sgrafitto with scrolling foliage, 19.75" high (pendulum)

*This clock bears a brass plaque inscribed 'Presented to the Reverend Maxwell Hutchison... March 2nd 1888' £100-150

2304. Large French black and grey marble two train mantel clock striking on a gong, the 5.25" black marble chapter ring enclosing a recessed centre, within a temple stepped multi-pillared case sgrafitto with stylised flowering foliage, surmounted by a triangular pediment, 21.25" high (pendulum) *This clock bears a presentation plaque inscribed 'To the Reverend Charles Walford... June 1885' £160-200

2305. French black slate and green marble mantel clock timepiece, the 4.25" cream chapter ring enclosing a recessed gilt centre, within a temple stepped case inlaid with sgrafitto foliate decoration, 12.5" high (pendulum) £35-45

2226. Siegfried Bergmann - Comtoise-Uhren, published 2005; also Percy G. Dawson, C.B. Drover & D.W. Parkes - Early English Clocks, eight various other standard horological reference books (10), and a small selection of Antiquarian Horology journals £30-60

2306. French brass two train mantel clock striking on a bell (missing), the 4" white dial within an ornate stepped cast case surmounted by a Classical urn, 17.5" high (pendulum) £150-200

2228-2300 NO LOT

2308. French oak Art Nouveau two train mantel clock striking on a gong, the 3.5" white dial signed Vecten...· Paris, within an attractive case inlaid with organic floral motifs and surmounted by a wavy moulded arched pediment, 12.25" high (pendulum) £150-200

2227. R.W. Symonds - Thomas Tompion His Life and Work, 1969 edition; also various other standard horological books etc £25-45

MANTEL CLOCKS

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2301. French novelty two train mantel clock in the form of a Classical urn, the 3" white dial signed Societe des Bronzes, the movement with platform escapement striking on a bell, within an ornate case, 10" high £120-160

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2307. Good French brass four glass three train mantel clock striking on eight rods, the 4.25" gilt chapter ring upon a silver mask signed Rapport, London, within a stepped case, 10" high £150-200

2309. French Art Deco oak two train mantel clock striking on a gong (missing), the 3.75" gilt dial inscribed Exd. by Mann, Gloucester, within an angular tapered carved case, 9.5" high (pendulum) £30-50


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2310. French red marble two train figural mantel clock striking on a bell, the 3" cream dial inset into a stepped pedestal and surmounted by the standing figure of a Classical robed lady, 32" (pendulum and key) £100-150 2311. Novelty French figural alarm clock timepiece modelled as Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, 11" high (at fault) £150-200

2312. Junghans walnut three train bracket clock, the 6.25" brass arched dial with subsidiary chime/silent and slow/fast dials, the movement playing on five rods, within an architectural stepped case with gilt metal mounts, surmounted by a square caddy top with three turned vase finials, 24" high (pendulum) £150-200 2313. Ebonised two train portico mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the 3.5" silvered dial within a foliate cast bezel surround, within a stepped pillared case, 17.5" high (pendulum) £200-250 2314. Mahogany Napoleon hat three train mantel clock, 10.75" high; also two other arched cased mantel clocks and a 10" wall dial clock (4) £30-60

2315. French Boulle two train mantel clock, the Henry Marc movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3.75" gilt dial with Roman cartouche enamel numerals, within a balloon shaped case surmounted by a gilded cherub seated on a ball, 17" high (pendulum) £120-180

2316. Miniature grandfather clock with barometer and thermometer, the movement signed E.G.L with platform escapement, within an inlaid rosewood case,15" high; also two other small mantel timepieces and an oak cased barometer/thermometer (4) £40-80 2317. Gilt metal easel desk compendium, comprising a barometer and eight day clock with 3.75" white dials either side of a thermometer, within an ornate foliate pierced case, 14.5" high (key) £200-250

2318. Mahogany inlaid three train mantel clock, the Kienzle movement striking on five gongs, the silvered dial with chime/silent subsidiary dial, within a stepped case surmounted by a triangular cornice, 16.5" high £120-160 2319. Gilt metal two train ornate mantel clock, the 4.25" dial within an ornate case with gilt metal foliate mounts surmounted by the figure of a seated lady playing a lute, 18.5" high £150-200

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2320. Black slate and green marble two train mantel clock with recessed escapement, within a breakfront stepped case, 13" high; also two other black slate mantel clocks in temple cases, all in need of restoration, three pendulums and a 10" square brass longcase clock dial signed Kent, Saffron Walden to the foliate engraved centre (4) £40-80

2321. Early brass torsion clock, the movement back plate stamped BHA, the 2.75" cream dial over a disc pendulum and within a wooden glazed case, 10.75" high overall £50-80

2322. Black Forest two train cuckoo clock, the 5.5" dial within a carved chalet stepped case (in need of restoration with no weights) £80-120

2323. Mahogany inlaid two train lancet bracket clock, the W & H movement striking on two gongs, the 6.5" silvered arched dial with subsidiary slow/fast and chime/silent dials to the arch, within a stepped case with side carrying handles, 16" high (pendulum) £150-200

2324. French gilded brass four glass two train mantel clock, the Japy Freres movement striking on a gong, the 3.25" white dial within a bevelled glazed stepped case, 10" high (pendulum and key) £200-300 2325. Brass two train mantel clock striking on a bell, the 3.5" white dial within an ornate gilt metal case surmounted by a carrying handle, 11" high (pendulum) £60-80

2326. Small German walnut three train mantel clock, the movement with platform escapement striking on five gongs, within a stepped case surmounted by a caddy top and brass carrying handle, 11" high £120-160

2327. French black slate and green marble drumhead two train mantel clock striking on a bell, 10" high (pendulum and key); also another French black slate and red marble two train mantel clock striking on a bell, 15.75" high (pendulum and key) (2) £50-80

2328. French brass two train mantel clock, the S. Marti movement striking on a gong, the 3.25" white chapter ring enclosing an engine turned centre, within an ornate foliate cast case surmounted by a caddy top and bird with outstretched wings, 14" high overall (pendulum); also a gilded spelter drumhead two train mantel clock striking on a bell, 13.5" high (pendulum) (2) £150-250

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2329. French black slate and red marble two train drumhead mantel clock striking on a bell, within a stepped scrolling case, 12" high (pendulum); also a reproduction brass lantern clock with electric movement, 10.5" high, an oak wheel barometer/thermometer within a foliate carved case, a further barometer and a bracket clock case and dial converted to an electric movement (5) £80-120 2330. French bronzed ornate two train mantel clock, the movement back plate stamped H & F, Paris no. 1762, the movement striking on a bell, the 3.25" cream chapter ring enclosing a gilded centre, within a breakfront case cast with scrolling foliage, 19.5" high (pendulum and key) £200-300 2331. Mahogany inlaid two train lancet mantel clock, the 7" convex dial within a stepped case, 17.5" high (pendulum, key) £50-80 2332. Small mahogany inlaid lancet mantel timepiece; also an Elliott Art Deco cased clock and a Napoleon hat oak two train mantel clock (pendulum) (3) £60-90

2333. 'Willis World Clock', circa 1930, by J H Willis, Norwich in hexagonal walnut case and painted dial, no. 541, 13.5" high £150-200 2334. Circa 1905 Gustav Becker torsion clock, in four-sided brass and bevelled glass case, with 3.5" enameled dial, 10.5" high *Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figures 65 a/b £65-75

2335. French rosewood drumhead mantel clock, with 4.5" white dial and V.A.P escapement, balance wheel mounted separately on back plate with double key, 9" high *Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figure 199b £65-75

2336. Rare 400 day "Kaiser" Globe clock by J Kaiser, circa 1955, chapter ring has numerals and zodiac signs, with sky and planets revealed behind and a rotating moon above and earth below, with glass dome. 11" high *The expert Charles Terwilliger indicated the Kaiser clock "may go down in history as the best 400 day clock ever made" *Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, coloured figure 33 £500-700

2337. Rare circa 1905 Franz Vossler torsion clock, with drum barrel mounted above four a column platform, with 2" dial, three ball pendulum; glass dome and key, 10" high £60-90 70

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2338. Three circa 1920 alarm clocks: one in a cottage industry style case with externally mounted bells, 9" high; an Ingersoll Radiolite "Revally" alarm clock, 8" high; and an Ingersoll "Puritan" alarm clock, 11" high, each in original oak mantel cases *Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figures 347-349 £70-100

2339. Seth Thomas American Ship's Bells clock, with silvered 6" dial and nickel plated brass case and bell, 13" high £100-200

2340. Unusual two train eight day clock with alarm in style of a French slate clock retailed by J Collbran of Regent Street London, the 4.5" enamelled dial with inset twenty-four hour alarm, in a polished black wooden case; 10" high *Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figures 29/30 £50-100

2341. Eight day clock in style of a French slate clock, with enamelled skeletonised dial in a polished black wooden case, 9" high £40-60

2342. German torsion pendulum mantel clock by Jahresuhren-Fabrik, with white enamel 2" dial, on pillars and velvet covered wooden base, with dome, 10.5" high *This clock and its unusual features are described and illustrated in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figures 58/59 £70-100

2343. Early 1900s German torsion pendulum mantel clock by JahresuhrenFabrik, white enamel 2" dial, on pillars and velvet covered spun brass base, with dome, 10.5" high *The unusual features of a similar clock with wooden base are described and illustrated in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figures 58/59 £70-100

2344. Attractive six ball torsion pendulum mantel clock with unusual pendulum mount, the silvered 2.75" dial with Arabic numerals mounted on pillars and a metal base, with dome, 12" high £60-90

2345. Small Dutch walnut reproduction two train bracket clock striking on bells, signed Warmink to the dial centre, within a rounded arched case with carrying handle, 11" high; also a French gilded spelter and onyx two train drumhead figural mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, 12" high (2) £50-100

2346. Art Deco brass torsion clock, the tapered dial plate with silvered chapter ring, supported upon two square columns to a stepped pink circular onyx base, under a glass dome, 12" high £150-250


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2347. Attractive miniature pottery longcase clock, decorated overall in low relief with a bird amidst flowering foliage, 16" high £100-150

2348. Junghans walnut three train bracket clock, the movement playing on four rods and striking the hours on a gong, the 6" silvered arched dial with subsidiary chime/silent and fast/slow dials, within a stepped case surmounted by a gadrooned flat cornice, 15" overall (pendulum) £80-120

2349. Garrard Art Deco oak three train striking mantel clock, with a square 6" silvered dial, 9" high (with original pendulum and key); also a Smiths two train oak mantel clock and a walnut Napoleon hat mantel clock (3) £40-80 2350. French gilt metal and porcelain mounted two train mantel clock, the 3.25" painted dial over a porcelain panel depicting a young girl in a rural landscape, within a breakfront rounded arched case surmounted by a vase finial, upon a giltwood stand, 17.5" high overall £80-120

2351. Mahogany single fusee lancet mantel clock, the back plate signed F. White, London, the 4" white dial within a lancet case inlaid with ebony lines, 11.5" high (locking pendulum and winding key) £200-300

2352. French green onyx two train drumhead mantel clock striking on a bell, the 4.25" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement, over a pendulum window and within a pillared stepped case, 17" high (pendulum & key) £80-120 2353-2500 NO LOT

SMALL CLOCKS On display behind the cabinets

2501. Zenith miniature alarm clock, within a square silvered case decorated with fish and stylised marine life, inscribed to the inner back door Metal Dore no. 7472/245, 2.25" high, within folding leather case (movement in need of repair) £120-160

2502. Art Deco small eight day chrome cased swivel mantel clock, 4.5" high £25-45

2503. Small French oak cased eight day mantel clock timepiece with platform escapement, 7.75" high overall £50-80

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2504. Twelve various small mantel and boudoir clocks (12) £40-80

2505. Antique pewter chamber stick candle clock, the glass reservoir over a thumb piece handle supported upon a turned knopped stem and circular dished base, 13.25" high £80-120

2506. Miniature Black Forest timepiece, with white enamel dial and within a porcelain foliate moulded and painted surround, 5" high (weight) £100-150 2507. French brass drumhead alarm timepiece striking on a bell, 7.5" high overall; also seven other various small clocks and empty case (9) £25-45

2508. French cloisonne and brass cased mantel timepiece clock with platform escapement, the 2.25" white dial within a foliate shaped case, 8.5" high (key) £150-200

2509. Interesting miniature brass fusee table clock signed William Fidgett, London, with 1.5" white dial, cherub spandrels and ornate hands, the sides cast with Classical Roman battle scenes, upon four turned bun feet, 2" high (key) £150-250

2510. Smiths eight day silvered figural mantel clock, the 4.5" cream dial within a drumhead casing attended by a seated lady with two children, 10.5" high; also another eight day mantel clock within a canted oak case, 5.75" high (2) £30-50

2511. Swiss coaching clock, the 2.25" silvered chapter ring enclosing a Classical coloured printed scene depicting cherubs, inscribed verso Ateliers Juvenia, A La Chaux de Fonds (Suisse) et · Paris... within a gilt metal case with burgundy Draylon hanging band and brass hook £70-100

2512. Good contemporary Looping eight day mantel clock, the 5" gilt chapter ring enclosing, days of the week, months of the year and days of the month subsidiary dials over a moon phase aperture, the 15 jewel lever movement within a brushed brass case, 7" high; also with outer hinged folding red leather travelling case *This clock is sold with the original purchase receipt and guarantee dated 13th October 1967 £200-300

2513. Carriage clock timepiece with alarm, within a corniche brass case, 6" high; also three other carriage type timepieces (4) £40-60 www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk

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2514. Two reproduction miniature brass cased carriage clocks, both signed Elliott & Son, London (2) £40-80

2515. Small gilt metal cartel clock timepiece, the 2" dial (at fault) within a rococo foliate cast case, 24" high; also an Orion gilt metal figural mantel clock upon a white marble base, 9" high and a Ritz pocket watch alarm clock, within a swivel support and upon a turned alabaster stand, 24" high (3) £60-100 2516. Large reproduction brass bound ball clock of erotic interest, surmounted by a ring handle, 8" high overall; also two small ball clocks (3) £60-100

2517. Bucherer four-sided clock with thermometer, barometer and hydrometer dials, within a swivel stand and gilt metal case, 4.5" high; also seven other various contemporary small gilt metal cased clocks and a compass in a wooden turned case (9) £50-80 2518. Miniature brass single fusee skeleton clock, the 2.25" brass chapter ring upon angled supports and a rectangular mahogany base, 6.75" high £150-250

2519. "Salvos" Haller clock, circa 1928, with Art Deco square brass/chrome case surmounted by rectangular bells, 4.5" high; also a Parker Clock Company of Connecticut table clock, with attractive brass drum, base and steel bell, 4.5" high (2) *Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figs. 361 and 371 £50-100

2520. Two unusual late 19th/early 20th century backlit clocks, the first in the style of oil lamp with original frosted glass bowl to hold night light, patented in 1886 by W Soutter, 6" high; also an eight day gas-light night clock by Shuker of Birmingham, with mahogany case and opalescent dial, 6.5" high (2) *Featured in Figs 302 & 303 of Alan Shenton's Collectable Clocks £100-150

2521. Two mystery and novelty clocks: a keyless clock with matt black dial, gold colour Arabic numerals and matt black case, 11" high; and a "Silent Kee-Less" Watson Clock Company mystery/gravity clock, the brass cased clock movement descending a notched rack as time progresses, 10" high (2)

*Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figures 279 and 281 £120-180

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2522. Two small circa 1880 Ansonia bedside clocks: The "Bee" with original Paris Exposition 1878 Prize medal cannister, 2.5" diameter and an eight day alarm with 2" dial and bevelled glass, 3.5" high (2) *Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figures 213 and 376 £40-80

2523. Novelty miniature Longcase clock or pocket watch stand, 14" high; also a British United Clock Co. rear wind drum clock (2) £30-50

2524. Vega 8 day mantel clock, with sweep centre seconds, within a grey marble and stainless steel case, 72 high £20-40

2525. Four small novelty clocks; attractive German Mauthe musical alarm clock, two insurance savings money box clocks and a Cory Associated Wharves advertising clock (4) £50-80

2526. Small floral clock circa 1930, the clock within the flower is driven by a German movement within the base, under a glass dome, 9" high *Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figure 293 £30-50

2527. Jepson & Nielson Danish money box and calendar clock, circa 1930s, with blue crackle finish, believed to have been used to ensure saving for insurance premiums, 7.5" high *Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figure 300 £50-80

2528. Five small novelty clocks, including a 4" high brass cigarette lighter clock, unusual Maurel patented brass alarm clock, copper drum clock with chain decoration and centre wind, small clock in maroon leather travel case, and clock in glass bottle (5) £50-80

2529. Extremely rare Claude Saunier double escapement small ornate shelf clock, cast iron base and gilt metal drum, dial with sweep second hand, 4" high

*Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figure 202 £120-180

2530. Art Deco style Metamec mantel clock, within an onyx marbled case, 6.5" high £20-40

2531. Original 1920s boxed Umaka "The Fairy" thirty hour construction clock kit (including relevant copy literature); a similar mechanism and weight; and a decoupage Clockmaker kit £15-30


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2532. Three early 20th century clocks; Junghans "Nightingale" drum alarm clock in brass case, mounted on two ornate pillars above a pair of polished steel bells, 7.5" high and two Hamburg American Clock Company alarm clocks; a wall hung "Thunder" alarm clock in wooden case with original retailer's label, 12" high and a small neat table alarm clock with an attractive copper on brass finish, 4.5" high (3)

*Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figures 352, 358 and 378 £70-100

2533. Two very early and scarce Seth Thomas clocks; a pre-1866 veneered softwood small shelf clock with original back paper, 9" high; also a circa 1900 house shaped "Lodge Lever" alarm clock in nickel steel, glass sides and 3" dial, 7" high (2) *Featured in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clock, figure 189 £70-100

2534. Junghans circa 1930s ten minute/sixty second wall timer, in an 8" diameter metal case; also a Smiths crackled black finish photographic timer clock, 4" high (2)

2535. "Silent Kee-Less" Watson Clock Company mystery/gravity clock, the alloy cased clock movement descending on a notched rack as time progresses; circa 1920s, 10" high £70-100

2536. Two small circa 1880 Ansonia bedside clocks known as the "Bee", 2.5" dia, one of which is complete with original Paris Exposition 1878 Prize medal wooden box (2) £40-60 2537. Small French travelling alarm clock in brass travel case, with white dial steel trefoil hands and alarm pointer. The clock is similar in style to a T Maurel alarm, but alarm and time driven from single barrel, 12.5" high *Featured and illustrated in Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks, figures 372/3 £25-45

2538. Mahogany mantel timepiece, with platform escapement, the 2.5" white dial signed Finnigans Limited, Manchester, within a brass inlaid case, 8.75" high £50-80

2539. Table globe glass and brass bound timepiece, the white dial signed Russell's, Limited, Paris, with subsidiary seconds dial, married to the bronze figure of Atlas, supported upon a square green onyx base, 9.5" high; also a gilt metal circular wall dial with Roman cartouche enamel numerals, 9" wide overall (pendulum) (2) £100-150

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2540. Zenith Watch Co. small brass drumhead travel alarm clock, the 2.25" dial with subsidiary seconds and hour dials, surmounted by carrying handle, signed to the back plate, 4" high £60-80

2541. Three car clocks to include Smiths and Breguet (3) £50-100

2542. Brass travel strut alarm clock timepiece, the silvered arched dial with subsidiary alarm and seconds dials, within a brass case, also with outer Morocco leather travelling case (case distressed) £50-80

2543. Gunmetal bulkhead style wall clock, the 5.25" black dial inscribed Chelsea, with subsidiary seconds dial £40-80

2544. Bronzed cased Statue of Liberty clock timepiece with battery operated electric light, 15.5" high; also an automaton monkey clock with moving eyes, 9.75" high (winding key) (2) £60-80

2545. Novelty reproduction automaton bird in a cage clock, with two other birds, within a four glass case, 10.5" high; also a novelty lamp post clock timepiece, 8" high and an easel timepiece, the 6" gilded dial within an octagonal yew wood frame, 8" high (3) £80-120

2546. Two Europa travel alarm clocks; together with a Swiza alarm clock and a Tempora alarm clock, also a small quantity of alarm clock winders and pairs of clock hands £20-30

2547-2600 NO LOT

WALL CLOCKS

2601. Walnut and ebonised single weight Vienna regulator wall clock, the 6.5" white dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within a fluted pillared glazed case, 35" high (pendulum, weight and winding key) £70-100

2602. French vineyard two train wall clock, the 9.5" chapter ring with Roman cartouche enamel numerals, within an impressive surround carved with ripening fruit, 25" high £100-150

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2603. Black Forest shield wall clock, the 10" arched dial painted with flowers and the movement striking on two bells £150-200 2604. Walnut single train Vienna regulator wall clock, the 6.25" white dial within a glazed case, 37" high (missing finials) (pendulum and key) £60-90 2605. Figured walnut two train wall clock striking on a gong, the 6" brass dial within a rounded arched glazed case 30.5" high (pendulum) £60-80

2606. Novelty Art Deco style two train wall clock, the 5.5" square dial under a window revealing a standing Gladiator striking a bell, within a slightly tapered case applied with a foliate carved motif, 14.25" high £50-80

2607. Walnut Vienna regulator two train wall clock, the 6.25" white dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within a carved and fluted pillared glazed case, 58" high (pendulum and two weights) £70-100 2608. Reproduction of a German Black Forest gothic wall clock, 16" high (with weight, original packaging, certificate and operating instructions) £50-80 2609. Mahogany single fusee 12" convex drop dial wall clock in need of restoration (pendulum) £120-180

2610. Small French brass cartel wall clock, the movement with platform escapement and outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 4.25" white chapter ring enclosing a gilded centre, within an ornate pierced case with applied and cast floral decoration, surmounted by a Classical urn and cover, 18" high £150-250

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2611. Walnut double weight Vienna regulator wall clock, the 7" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed centre with subsidiary seconds dial, within a fluted pillared glazed case, 53" high (pendulum and two weights) £80-120

2612. Good walnut double weight Vienna regulator wall clock, the 7" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement, within a well carved pillared glazed case, 58" high (pendulum, two weights and winding key) £120-180

2613. Black Forest two train cuckoo wall clock, within a chalet case, 28" high overall (pendulum and two weights) £80-120

2614. Napoleon III style wall clock, the 6.25" copper repousse dial with Roman cartouche enamel numerals, the rounded brass sides applied with foliate pierced mounts, the movement with inverted Brocot pin pallet escapement, within an ornate case surmounted by a rounded arched cresting with central Classical urn, 17.5" high overall *Featured in Figs 259a/b Alan Shenton - Collectable Clocks

This clock was marketed in France in 1905 by Chateau Freres et Cie £100-150

2615. Walnut two weight Vienna regulator wall clock, the 7" white dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within a fluted turned pillared glazed case, 53" high (pendulum, two weights and key) £60-100

2616. German walnut two train compendium wall clock, the 5" cream chapter ring enclosing a foliate embossed centre, over a thermometer and barometer, within a carved pillared case surmounted by two turned finials, 39" high (pendulum) £100-150

The next clock sale will be held on Thursday 27th & Friday 28th February 2020 Entries now Invited

Visit www.clock-auctions.co.uk for the latest update on our clock auctions

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FORTHCOMING AUCTIONS NOVEMBER

Jewellery Wednesday 27th November

Antiques & Decorative Works of Art Thursday 28th November Paintings & Prints Thursday 28th November

Decorative Arts & Design Thursday 28th November

DECEMBER

The Guitar Sale Wednesday 11th December

Guitar Amps, Effects & Audio Thursday 12th December Musical Instruments Friday 13th December

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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 pre-payment in full. 4. Reserves and Seller's right to bid

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

5. Buyer's Duties

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

8. Catalogue Descriptions

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

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

9. Forgeries

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

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

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

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 the-saleroom.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

Auctioneers in pursuit of payment from the Buyer. The Auctioneer reserves the right to refuse any cheques and will not release lots purchased until evidence has been received that any cheque accepted has been cleared.

13. Release of Goods

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

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

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

16. What is Temporary Importation?

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

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

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

Temporary Importation should affect only private individual buyers who are resident within the EU. Anyone who is registered for VAT in the EU should be able to recover the VAT on the Buyer’s Premium either on their VAT returns or through the 8th Directive Refund Scheme. Any non-EU buyer who exports the lots from the EU will be able to have the VAT refunded provided the appropriate export regulations are complied with 17. Property sold with a * Symbol

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

These lots will be invoiced under the Auctioneer’s Margin Scheme. Gardiner Houlgate must bear VAT on the Buyer’s Premium and hence charge an amount in lieu of VAT at 20% on this Premium. This amount will form part of the Buyer’s Premium on our invoice and will not be separately identified

VAT registered buyers from the EU should note that the import VAT charged on property released in the UK cannot be cancelled or refunded by Gardiner Houlgate VAT registered buyers from the UK should note that the invoice issued by Gardiner Houlgate for these items is not suitable evidence in respect of import VAT

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

18. CITES Restrictions

As of 2 January 2017, new laws came into effect to control the import and export of all items made with rosewood. Any lots containing any amount of rosewood will therefore be subject to restrictions when exporting outside of the EU. It will be the buyer’s responsibility to make sure that the relevant paperwork is in place before shipping

Some lots are sold with CITES article 10 certificates, allowing the commercial use of an item containing an endangered species. Lots subject to this are marked in the catalogue

19. Gemstones

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

On certain lots 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:

0-50,000 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

J17

From

London

J18

Bristol

A350

Chippenham

From Cross Keys

A46 A4

Corsham

A4

Bath Hare & Hounds From

Bath

Corsham

A4

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

BATH AUCTION ROOMS

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

Leafield Industrial Estate Leafield Environmental

Corsham Print

Total time from Junction 17 ­ 10­15 minutes Total time from central Bath ­ 15 minutes

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Neston

Travelling by Train ­ we recommend Chippenham Station

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

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