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G ARDINER H O U L G AT E T H E S P E C I A L I S T AU C T I O N E E R S

On View: Friday 14th February Monday 17th February Tuesday 18th February Wednesday 19th February Thursday 20th February Friday 21st February

10.00am ­ 4.00pm 9.30am ­ 5.00pm 9.30am ­ 5.00pm 9.15am ­ 10.45am 9.00am ­ 5.00pm (Watchmaker’s Workshop) 9.00am ­ 11.00am (Watchmaker’s Workshop)

AUCTION INFORMATION Buyer’s Premium of 20% plus VAT is payable on the Hammer Price of all lots All sizes and weights given are approximate Condition is noted on some items. Lack of notation does not imply the item is undamaged or free of restoration. Buyers must satisfy themselves as to the condition of all lots prior to bidding. Condition reports are available upon request BIDDING METHODS If you are unable to attend the sale, you can leave a written commission bid Telephone bids may be possible at the discretion of the auctioneer ONLINE BIDDING GH Live is a secure online bidding platform provided by Gardiner Houlgate, introduced for our clients to bid live online from anywhere in the world, featuring the ‘Autobid’ option. It also offers a host of other exciting features including GH Sale Updates, Watch Lists, Speedy Payment Options, Invoice and Bid History. An additional premium of 2.5% plus VAT will be applicable for this service. Please visit www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk to register.

PAYMENT DETAILS Direct to bank, please contact the office for our bank details Debit or credit card (including American Express) *Restrictions apply Cash up to £8500 in one transaction Cheques will be accepted at the discretion of the auctioneers *Please see Terms & Conditions Section 6 for further details REFRESHMENTS Available on the auction day

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AUCTION OF

SPECIALIST CLOCKS & R ELATED I TEMS T HURSDAY 20 TH & F RIDAY 21 ST F EBRUARY 2020 AT

11 AM

TO INCLUDE: Lot 1177 - Extremely rare and early Synchronome Co. Shortt free pendulum astronomical regulator slave clock previously owned by Admiral Fountaine Estimate £12,000 - £18,000

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Wristwatches Wednesday 19th February 2020 at 11am

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Wednesday 19th February 2020 at 11am Full identification is required to view the sale During the auction lots will be shown via video screen in the Blue Room Condition reports are available upon request. You are strongly advised to request these reports prior to bidding if you are unable to personally view.

Order of Sale Omega Rolex Tudor Longines Breitling Jaeger LeCoultre Heuer/Tag Heuer Cartier Patek Philippe Vacheron & Constantin Universal IWC Other Quality Brands WWI Period & Military Watches Pocket Watches

Lots 1­32 Lots 33­54 Lots 60­64 Lots 65­74 Lots 76­78 Lots 79­81 Lots 82­88 Lot 89­90 Lots 91­92 Lots 93­95 Lots 96­97 Lot 99 Lots 100­133 Lots 140­159 Lots 170­256

OMEGA 1. Omega Constellation Chronometer automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. ST 168.017 , circa 1969, serial no. 2639xxxx, circular silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 564 24 jewel movement, , modern black strap, 34mm £350­450 2. Omega De Ville gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, cal. 111.077, circa 1971, serial no. 3344xxxx, circular champagne dial with Roman numerals, cal. 620 17 jewel adjusted two positions movement, modern brown leather strap, 33mm £120­160 3. Omega Speedmaster Chronograph automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1993, no. 5496xxxx, circular black dial with baton markers, five minute divisions, silvered hour, minute and constant seconds subsidiary dials, date aperture and chronograph centre seconds, fixed bezel with tachymeter scale, quick set date, Omega black leather strap with Omega buckle, 39mm £800­1200

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4. Omega Genéve automatic gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 166.041, circa 1970, serial no. 3295xxxx, circular champagne dial with baton markers, minute markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, cal. 565 24 jewel movement,, modern black leather strap, 35mm; with gold plated and stainless steel fixo­flex bracelet (2) £120­180 5. Omega Speedmaster Chronograph automatic stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 175 0083, circa 1999, serial no. 5907xxxx, black dial with baton markers, chronograph centre seconds, triple subsidiary dials and date aperture, cal. 1152 movement, Omega bracelet, 39mm £1000­1500 6. Omega square cased gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 111.024, circa 1968, serial no. 2624xxxx, square silvered dial with gilt baton markers, cal. 620 17 jewel adjusted two positions movement, brown leather strap, 27mm (requires attention) £40­80 7. Omega gold plated rectangular cased gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1940s, serial no. 1150xxxx, rectangular silvered dial with Arabic twelve, gilt markers, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, cal. 300 17 jewel movement, Wadsworth case, 25mm (lacking strap) £80­120 8. Omega 9ct automatic lady’s bracelet watch, London 1973, serial no. 3233xxxx, circular silvered dial with baton markers, cal. 661 24 jewel adjusted two positions movement, integral 9ct bracelet, 19.6gm, 17mm ** Omega box, international guarantee stamped Mallory, Bath and dated 8/5/75, Mallory pouch £180­220

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9. Omega Seamaster Professional 300M ‘Apnea Jacques Mayol’ automatic stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 1750518, circa 1999, serial no. 5846xxxx, rotating bezel, silvered dial with luminous hour markers, lapse diving time indication between nine and three, cal. 3601 movement, with dust cover, Omega bracelet, 44mm £1400­1800 10. Omega Seamaster ‘PloProf 600M’ automatic stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. ST1660077, circa 1973, rotating bezel with red release button, blue dial with luminous markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, marked ‘Seamaster 600m/2000ft Professional’, ref. 1162 Omega bracelet, 55mm ** Private single owner originally purchased from Watches of Switzerland in December 1973, included with the sale are a large number of historical service documents and receipts related to the history of this watch

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** The Omega ‘PloProf’ is one of the most iconic diver’s watches ever made and one of the most recognisable because of the ‘big red button’ which is used to unlock the bezel. Introduced in 1969/70 it was targeted specifically at professional divers, including the famous diver Jacques Cousteau. The best depth ratings achieved by Omega before then were 300M, this watch achieved 600M due to the radical design of the onepiece front loading case £4000­5000 11. Omega Seamaster Polaris Quartz 120m titanium and gold gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 1960291 3960981, circa 1984, serial no. no. 4664xxxx, circular grey dial with luminous dot markers, minute markers, date aperture and centre seconds, screw­down crown, signed cal. 1430 6 jewel unadjusted movement, Omega bracelet, quartz, 32mm ** Network Titanium box £150­250 12. Omega Seamaster automatic gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 166.002, circa 1967, serial no. 25248xxx, white dial with applied baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 566 24 jewel movement, Omega black leather strap with buckle, 34mm £150­250 13. Omega Seamaster Quartz Damenuhr gold and stainless steel lady’s bracelet watch, ref. 596.0019, the grey dial with applied baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1360 movement, 28mm £100­200

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14. Omega Genéve Dynamic stainless steel lady’s bracelet watch, circular silvered dial with blue chapter, hour and minute markers and blue centre seconds, Omega bracelet, 30mm £150­250

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Provenance: In 1969, the Apollo 11 astronauts visited 23 countries during what was called the ‘Giant Leap’ goodwill tour, including Iran. This Omega watch was first presented to the Shah of Iran by the crew of Apollo 11 during this tour. The Shah then regifted it to his half-sister, Princess Fatemeh Pahlavi, who gave it to Captain White as gratitude for helping her become the first Iranian woman to fly a helicopter. In the late 1960s, former military pilot Captain White worked for Bristow Helicopters who were contracted to train helicopter pilots for the Iranian Air Force based in Ghale Morghi, Tehran. The instructors were asked by Princess Fatemeh Pahlavi, wife of General Khatami, head of the Imperial Iranian Airforce, to teach her to fly. Various references to this instruction appear in his flying logbooks, including an entry on August 26th 1969 recording “T.V. Phot Princess Fatemeh Pahlavi” of which the actual photograph of the Princess in a Bell 47 helicopter appears on the Iranian.com website. (see link): https://iranian.com/2009/03/31/pictory-princess-fatemeh-royal-chopper-pilot-1969/ The date on the website stating c. Aug 29th is incorrect, as Captain White recalls he was actually stood directly behind the photographer at the time on the 26th August 1969, he then took the Princess up for a 20 minute flight! After the princess first flew solo, she presented him with this watch in his flight school office. He kept the watch in a safe for many years. He said: “The Omega is much venerated but hasn’t been seen by many people. It holds lots of good memories for me, but I thought it would be jolly nice if it was worth something. If it sells, I’ll take my wife on a cruise.” His exploits in evacuating Bristow’s fleet of helicopters from Iran when the Shah was overthrown in 1979 are featured in author James Clavell’s 1986 novel Whirlwind. Commonly known as ‘Operation Sandstorm’ Princess Fatemeh, died in London in 1987 aged 58. Further links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fatimeh_Pahlavi https://www.sciencephoto.com/media/830146/view/apollo-11-worldwide-tour-tehran-october-1969

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15. The Giant Leap Tour ­ a Unique Omega Speedmaster wristwatch presented to the Shah of Iran by the crew of the Apollo 11 Lunar Mission during their visit on ‘the ‘Giant Leap’ tour to Iran in October 1969 Omega Speedmaster Chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 145022­68 ST, circa 1969, serial no. 2732xxxx, black tachymeter ‘DON’ bezel, black dial with applied logo, chronograph centre seconds with white baton hands and triple subsidiary dials, cal 861 17 jewel movement with dust cover, later Omega bracelet ref. 1171/1, 42mm ** With the original Omega box, Omega Extract of the Archives certificate confirming a production date of the April 1st 1969 and delivered to Iran. Also included with the sale are the digital copies of the owners flying log records, photographs of the owner and a signed declaration from the owner confirming the full provenance as detailed left. £15000­25000

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16. Omega De Ville bicolour gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 395 0875.2, circa 1986, serial no. 5086xxxx, circular white dial, Omega bicolour bracelet, quartz, 32mm (movement at fault) ** Omega red service pouch £100­150 17. Omega Seamaster automatic ‘oversized’ 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 1665032, circa 1969, serial no. 2728xxxx, brushed bezel, circular silvered dial with applied baton markers, sweep centre seconds, day and date apertures, cal. 752 24 jewel movement, Omega black strap and buckle, 37mm £450­650 18. Omega ‘Jumbo’ stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 2505­6, circa 1939, serial no. 996xxxx, the circular dial with champagne centre and silvered outer chapter with square and baton hour and minute markers, silvered subsidiary seconds and gilt dauphine hands, signed 15 jewel movement, modern brown leather strap with Omega buckle, 38mm ** with a vintage Omega box £700­1000 19. Omega Seamaster automatic gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 166 022, circa 1967, serial no. 2530xxxx, silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 565 24 jewel movement, later non­Omega bracelet, 34mm (case back with inscription) £150­250 20. Omega 18ct automatic gentleman’s dress bracelet watch, circular champagne dial with applied baton markers and sweep centre seconds, integral textured bracelet, 95.1gm, 34mm £2000­2500

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21. Omega 9ct lady’s bracelet watch, ref. 7115667, circa 1966, serial no. 2440xxxx, silvered dial with baton markers, cal. 484 17 jewel movement, integral bracelet, 19.7gm, 16.5mm (the case back inscribed) £160­220 22. Omega Genéve automatic 9ct gentleman’s bracelet watch, London 1967, case no. 36I/25419, serial no. 2636xxxx, circular silvered dial with baton markers, minute markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, cal 565 24 jewel movement, integral 9ct bracelet, 62.6gm, 34mm £600­800 23. Omega Constellation Chronometer automatic stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 168.004, circa 1966, serial no. no. 2304xxxx, circular silvered dial with baton markers, minute markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, cal. 561 24 jewel adjusted five positions and temperature movement, later Omega ref. 1098 bracelet, 36mm ** Omega Constellation box, Omega Certificate of High Precision with envelope, Omega international guarantee stamped Mappin & Webb Ltd, London and dated 23 July 1966 £350­500 24. Omega Seamaster 18ct ‘bumper’ automatic gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 2577, circa 1950, serial no. 1264xxxx, silvered dial with dagger markers, dauphine hands and sweep centre seconds, 17 jewel movement, modern strap, 34mm £1200­1500


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25. Rare Omega Speedmaster ‘Ultraman’ chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 145012­67­SP, circa 1968, serial no. 2607xxxx, circular black ‘T Swiss Made T’ dial with baton markers, minute markers, subsidiary hour, thirty minute and constant seconds, orange chronograph centre seconds, fixed ‘dot over ninety’ tachymeter bezel, Omega crown, cal. 321 17 jewel movement with dust cover, Speedmaster emblem and Omega logo to the case back, Omega 1039 bracelet with 516 end links dated ‘2.68’, 42mm; with an associated Omega box ** with the Omega Extract from the Archives certificate confirming delivery to Hong Kong in June 1968 ** The current owner purchased the piece in 1970 from a former officer serving in Hong Kong, who did a part exchange deal for a Leica camera! ** Gardiner Houlgate sold an identical watch to this example on the 23rd October 2019 (lot 20) for £31,000 inclusive of fees, this example has a serial number just 65 pieces earlier from that particular piece. ** The Ultraman is an original watch produced by Omega in very low numbers, in the serial between 26.076.xxx and 26.079.xxx. The watch was only made in 1968 and featured in The Return of Ultraman in 1971, which gives it its nickname ‘Speedmaster Ultraman’ £15000­25000

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26. Omega De Ville automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 165.029, circa 1968, serial no. 2630xxxx, circular silvered dial with baton markers, minute markers and sweep centre seconds, cal. 552 24 jewel movement, modern brown leather strap, 34mm; with Speidel U.S.A. expanding bracelet (2) £180­220 27. Omega Speedmaster Mark 4.5 chronograph automatic gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 176.0012, circa 1982, serial no. 4554xxxx, tachymeter bezel, black dial with luminous baton markers, chronograph centre seconds, day/dates apertures with triple subsidiary dials, cal. 1045 17 jewel movement, Omega bracelet ref. 1162, 42mm £1300­1600 28. Omega Seamaster automatic stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 165.002, circa 1964, no. 2183xxxx, circular silvered dial with baton markers, minute markers and sweep centre seconds, cal. 552 24 jewel movement, Omega bracelet, 35mm £200­300 29. Omega Seamaster Omega­Matic stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 1961526, circa mid 1990s, serial no. 5539xxxx, cal. 1400 17 jewel movement with dust cover, quartz, Omega bracelet, 38mm (in need of repair) £250­350

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30. Omega triple calendar moon phase stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 2471/1, circa 1940s, silvered dial with outer date chapter, baton markers, day, month and moon phase apertures with a constant seconds dial, modern black strap, 35mm £1200­1600 31. Omega Genéve automatic gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref 166098, circa 1971, serial no. 3373xxxx, circular silvered dial with baton markers, minute markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, cal. 1481 movement, modern tan leather strap, 35mm £140­180 32. Omega Electronic f300 Chronometer stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 198.001, circa 1970, serial no. 3201xxxx, circular blue dial with baton markers, minute markers, date aperture and centre seconds, cal. 1250 12 jewel unadjusted movement, Omega bracelet, 36mm ** Omega red service pouch £200­300 33­34 NO LOT


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ROLEX 35. Rolex silver gentleman’s wristwatch, import hallmarks Glasgow 1923, signed silvered dial with Arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, signed movement, inside case signed ‘R.W.C. Ltd, Rolex, 7 World’s Records, Gold Medal, Geneva­Suisse’, inscribed case, hinged lug, 32mm (at fault) £120­180 36. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust gold and stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 16233, circa 1991, serial. no. X43xxxx, champagne dial with baton markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, screw down crown with quick set date, Rolex Jubilee bracelet, 36mm ** Rolex box with outer cardboard cover, Rolex wallet, Rolex card case, Rolex tag, guarantee stamped Ernest Jones/Leslie Davis and dated 24th December 1993, Rolex service guarantee dated 12/03/97, service receipt dated 18/03/97, service receipt dated 16.05.03, Rolex 1993/1994 calendar, Rolex Oyster chronometer certificate booklet, spare link £2000­3000

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37. Rolex 18ct rectangular gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1930s, the bronzed dial with Roman quarter numerals, batons markers and subsidiary seconds dial, signed 17 jewel movement adjusted to one position, rectangular case with tear drop fixed wire­lugs, case no. 606, 29.8gm, 21mm x 40mm (at fault, no strap) £1500­2000 38. Rolex Cellini Danaos 18ct pink and white gold gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 4233, circa 2001, serial no. K69xxxx, black dial with grey centre and Arabic numerals, white gold case with pink gold bezel, cal. 1602 20 jewel manual wind movement, alligator strap with an 18ct white gold buckle, 33mm ** with box and papers purchased from Mallory of Bath in July 2007 £1500­2000 39. Rolex Oysterdate Precision stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 6294, circa 1954, serial no. 18xxx, silvered honeycomb dial with dauphine baton markers, centre seconds and roulette date aperture, cal. 740 17 jewel movement adjusted to two positions, inside case back dated ‘III.54’, riveted Oyster expanding bracelet ref. 6635, 57 end links, the clasp dated ‘2.66’, 34mm

40. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust gold and stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 1603, gold fluted bezel, champagne bevelled edge dial with applied baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1570 movement, jubilee bracelet, 35mm £2400­2800

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41. Rolex Oyster for Harrods silver mid­size wristwatch, ref. 7494, import hallmarks for Glasgow 1928, signed white dial branded ‘Harrods’ with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, Rolex Prima timed six position for all climates 15 jewel movement, cushion cased with milled bezel and screw back, 28mm (lacking strap) £300­500 42. Rolex Precision 9ct mid­size wristwatch, Birmingham 1955, case no. 710266, circular dial with Arabic numerals, minute markers and blued steel centre seconds, 17 jewel movement, signed Dennison case, inscribed case back, brown leather strap, 30mm ** with the original Rolex green vintage box £700­1000 43. Rolex Oysterquartz Datejust stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 17000, circa 1979, serial. no. 625xxxx, circular silvered dial with baton markers, minute markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, cal. 5035 movement, screw­down crown with quick set date, Rolex 17000B bracelet, 36mm £1400­1800 44. Rare Rolex Victory mid­size chrome cased wristwatch for the Canadian market, circa 1940s, the silvered dial with luminous Arabic numerals and inner red twenty­four hour chapter, baton markers, pencil hands and red centre seconds, 17 jewel movement, the case back engraved ‘LT Col A.G. McLellen Amherst NS.’, tan leather strap, 29mm ** with a copy of the history of the previous owner, Col Arnold Guy McLellan, born 1892 and died in 1967, buried at Amherst Cemetery, Canada. £700­1000

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45 45. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date GMT­Master II ‘Batman’ stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 116710 BLNR, circa 2014, serial no. QA01xxxx, black dial with ‘Batman’ black and blue bezel, Oyster bracelet, bezel 40mm diameter ** in good condition with Rolex boxes, guarantee card confirming purchase 21-9-2014 £9000­11000


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46. Rolex Oyster silver square cushion cased gentleman’s wristwatch, case ref. 3504, import hallmarks for Glasgow 1928, milled bezel and silvered guilloche dial, with Arabic numerals, blued steel hands and subsidiary seconds dial, Rolex Prima timed six positions for all climate 15 jewel movement, wire­lug case with screw­down crown and screw back, light tan leather strap, 32mm £600­1000

47. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Explorer Precision stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 5500/1002, circa 1979, serial no. 609xxxx, black ‘Swiss­T<25’ dial with luminous Arabic numerals, baton markers, sweep centre seconds and Mercedes hands, cal. 1520 26 jewel movement, ref. 7835 Oyster bracelet with 357 end links, 34mm £1500­2500

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48. Rolex Oyster 9ct square cushion cased gentleman’s wristwatch, case ref. 33343, import hallmarks for Glasgow 1926, milled bezel and silvered two­tone ‘bow­tie’ dial, with luminous Arabic numerals and hands with red centre seconds, Rolex Prima timed six positions for all climates 15 jewel movement, wire­lug case with screw­down crown and screw back, inscribed ‘Roger F. Stowell 23.8.29’, leather strap, 32mm £700­1000 49. Rolex Precision 18ct rectangular lady’s bracelet watch, case no. 8312, rectangular silvered dial with gilt hour markers, 17 jewel adj. two positions movement, signed case, 9ct bracelet, 12.8gm, 12mm £150­200 48

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50. Rare and Fine Rolex Cosmograph Daytona stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 6239, circa 1966, serial no 147xxxx, tachymeter bezel calibrated to 300 units, sunburst silvered ‘T Swiss T’ dial with small Daytona signature, black chronograph centre seconds and baton hands with luminous inserts, applied baton markers with luminous accents and triple subsidiary dials for twelve hour recording, thirty minute recording and constant seconds, screw­down crown with twin­pushers, manual cal. 722 17 jewel movement, Oyster riveted expanding bracelet, ref. 6635 with ‘57’ end links, the clasp dated ‘2/65’, 36.5mm diameter ** This fine example was purchased by the present owner in 1969 from J.W Benson Ltd, 25 Old Bond Street, London 1969 for £108. It was exchanged for an Omega Seamaster Chronograph watch which was ‘not giving good service’. Sold with the JW Benson receipt and supporting letters confirming the transaction; in addition, scanned copies of the insurance documents for 1969/70 which match the current owner’s details ** The reference 6239 was the first model of the Daytona series, launched in 1963. The model was produced in stainless steel, 14K gold and 18K gold, and was Rolex’s first chronograph model to feature a tachometer scale on the bezel. To further enhance legibility on the dial, the subsidiary dials were printed in a different colour than the main dial. Early models featured only the designation “Cosmograph” on the dial, with “Daytona” being added to later series’ £30000­40000

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51. Rolex 9ct oversized gentleman’s wristwatch, case ref. 13874, Birmingham 1951, serial no. 409xxx, signed ‘shock resisting’ silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, cal. 700 signed 15 jewel movement, Dennison case, black strap, 36mm £800­1200 52. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust gold and stainless steel lady’s bracelet watch, ref. 69173, circa 1989, serial no. L841xxx, fluted bezel, red after­market diamond set dial, jubilee bracelet, 26mm ** with Rolex boxes and original certificate dated 6/10/90 £2200­2600 53. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust gold and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 1601, circa 1964, serial no. 107xxxx, fluted gold bezel, the silvered bevelled edge dial with applied baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1560 movement, the inside case back dated ‘III.64’, black leather strap, 35mm £2000­2500 54. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Explorer II stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 16570, circa 2003, serial no. F366788, black dial, Oyster bracelet, 42mm ** with the original boxes, tags, related papers and several service documents, purchased originally from Goldsmiths in August 2003. Last serviced by Rolex in April 2018 ** This particular watch was worn by a member of the British team during the rescue of the Wild Boars football team and their coach from Tham Luang cave in Northern Thailand in 2018. Further details and written confirmation can be supplied by the vendor to the winning bidder. £4000­6000

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TUDOR 61. Tudor 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 9801, circa 1967, serial no. 610xxx, circular silvered dial with baton markers, minute markers and centre seconds, signed cal. 2750 17 jewel movement, presentation inscription, modern black leather strap with Tudor buckle, 34mm ** Tudor wallet, guarantee certificate stamped Deacon & Son (Swindon) Limited, Tudor ‘translation of the original document’ guarantee, Tudor booklet £200­300 62. Tudor Prince Oysterdate ‘Big Rose’ Rotor Self­Winding stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 7964, circa 1965, serial no. 519xxx, the silvered dial with applied baton markers, dauphine hands, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 2461, Tudor bracelet, clasp ref. 93250, 34mm (date wheel at fault) £400­600 63. Tudor Oyster ‘Big Rose’ stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 7934, silvered dial with dauphine markers and hands with blued steel centre seconds, 17 jewel movement, black leather strap, 34mm £400­600

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60. Tudor Oyster Prince Submariner ‘Snowflake’ stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 9401/0, circa 1976, serial no. 845xxx, blue ‘ghost’ bezel, blue ‘T Swiss T’ dial marked ‘200m=660ft Submariner’, ETA 2773 25 jewel movement, inside case back ref. 9411 NATO type band, 42mm £6000­8000


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64. Extremely Rare Tudor Oyster Submariner stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 7923, serial no. 2180xx, the black ‘Swiss’ gilt text dial marked with a small Tudor Rose ‘Tudor Oyster Shock-Resisting 100m = 330ft’, with luminous baton markers and outer gilt track, Mercedes hands and centre seconds, sixty minute rotating bezel, Rolex crown marked with +, manual wind 17 jewel movement, non­original expanding bracelet, bezel 37mm ** The 7923 was produced in 1955 and is the only known manual wind version of the Submariner which Tudor or Rolex ever produced, ultimately the 7923 is one of the rarest models made by Tudor or Rolex ** The watch has been passed down the family to the present owner via his late father in 1984, the scanned photographs show his father wearing the watch back in 1983, a copy of these digital images will be supplied with the purchase of the watch ** A similar 7923 was sold on Ebay in March 2017, the serial number on that particular piece is the consecutive number to this watch offered for sale £30000­50000

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LONGINES 65. Longines Olympic Collection Chronograph Quartz stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. L2.649.4, circular black dial with Olympic rings, Arabic numerals, outer minute track with five minute divisions, subsidiary hour, 1/10th second and constant seconds dials, chronograph centre seconds, date aperture at the six position, Longines brown leather strap with Longines buckle, quartz, 40mm ** Longines box with outer cardboard cover, The Longines Olympic Collection book, guarantee and service booklet with international guarantee card, instruction booklet ** Won as a prize by the present owner in a Pistol Tournament in Cern, Switzerland in 2013 £400­600 66. Longines stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 8135­1 7136­1, circa 1953, no. 1574, circular silvered two­tone dial with gilt quarter Arabic numerals, hour markers and dot minute markers, centre seconds, signed cal. 12.68ZS 17 jewel movement, no. 9102xxx, modern black leather strap, 35mm (at fault) £100­150 67. Longines 18ct square cased automatic gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 7321, circa 1961, serial no. 1187xxxx, square champagne dial with gilt baton markers and hands, cal. 350 17 jewel movement, signed case, modern black leather strap, 31mm ** Longines box £300­500

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68. Longines Admiral ***** automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 8294­2, circa 1968, serial no. 1489xxxx, circular silvered dial with baton markers, minute markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, cal. 505 17 jewel movement, modern black leather strap, 35mm ** Longines box £150­250 69. Longines stainless steel lady’s bracelet watch, circular silvered dial with baton markers, cal. L817.4 17 jewel unadjusted movement, serial no. 53208xxx, 24mm £50­80 70. Longines Master Collection Moon Phase Chronograph automatic chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. L2.673.4, serial no. 3429xxxx, circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, outer markers with five minute divisions, date chapter, subsidiary hour dial with moon phase, subsidiary minute dial with day/month apertures and subsidiary twenty­four hour dial with constant seconds, chronograph centre seconds and centre date indicator, blued steel hands, cal. L678.2 25 jewel movement, exhibition case back, Longines bracelet, 40mm ** Longines box with outer cardboard cover, leather wallet, certificate of origin (unstamped), instruction leaflet, water-resistance leaflet. Current model £800­1200


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72 71. Longines Weems Chronograph automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 674.5251, circa 2000, limited edition no. 07xx, silvered dial with chronograph centre seconds, triple subsidiary dials and day­date apertures, cal. L674­5 movement with a tan leather strap and Longines buckle, 41mm ** with Longines boxes and instruction booklet £700­900 72. Longines 18ct gentleman’s wristwatch, case no. 6286­5, circa 1954, serial no. 9465xxx, circular silvered dial with gilt quarter Arabic numerals, dagger hour markers and dot minute markers, centre seconds, cal. 23 ZS manual 17 jewel movement, signed case, modern brown lizard strap, 33mm £350­450

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74 73. Longines Evidenza Chronograph Calendar automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. L2.643 4, serial no. 31927xxx, black tonneau dial with Roman numerals, chronograph centre seconds, triple subsidiary dials with date aperture, leather strap with Longines buckle, 36mm ** with Longines box £650­750 74. Longines Flagship Heritage oversized automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. L4.795.4, circa serial no. 3545xxxx, silvered dial with baton markers, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, cal. L615 movement, alligator strap, 38.5mm £400­600 75. NO LOT

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BREITLING 76. Breitling Super Avenger II Chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. A13371, circa 2014, serial no. 269xxxx, black dial, bezel 48mm

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JAEGERLECOULTRE 79. Jaeger­LeCoultre Memovox alarm ‘oversized’ automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1960s, the silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds, dauphine hands with date aperture, rotating inner alarm dial, cal. 825 bumper movement, case no. 1035xxx, later black leather strap, 37mm £1700­2000

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80. Jaeger­LeCoultre stainless steel ‘tear drop’ cased gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1950s, silvered dial with Arabic numerals, dagger baton markers and subsidiary seconds dial, cal. 449C movement, no. 202xxx, case ref. 831xx, modern black strap, 36mm £700­900


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81. Jaeger­LeCoultre Reverso Duetto Duo Classique diamond set stainless steel lady’s wristwatch, ref. 266.8.44, serial no. 3095xxx, silvered dial with black Arabic numerals, the reverse diamond set with a black dial and Arabic twelve and six numerals, manual wind movement, black leather strap with folding clasp, 21mm ** with the original boxes and related papers, purchased from Watches of Switzerland for £4916 in September 2015 £2400­2800

HEUER/TAG HEUER 82. Tag Heuer Monaco Chronograph automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. CS2111, circa 2001, serial no. HE6xxx, square black dial with baton makers with luminous dots, minute markers, subsidiary hour, minute and constant seconds dials, date aperture at the six position and chronograph centre seconds, hands with luminous infill, Tag Heuer black leather strap with Heuer buckle, 38mm ** Heuer Classics box with outer cardboard box and outer sleeve, guarantee booklet with international guarantee card stamped Harrington & Hallworth, 1 Market Street, Ashton-under-Lyne, 0L6 6BP and dated 2.10.01, instructions booklet, warranty registration card £1200­1800 83. Tag Heuer SEL Professional 200m bicolour lady’s bracelet watch, ref. WG1422­0, circular white dial, screw­down crown with quick set date, Tag Heuer bracelet, quartz, 26mm including crown guards £60­100 84. Tag Heuer Formula 1 Chronograph stainless steel and ceramic gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. CAZ1011, serial no. WBL2xxx, quartz, bezel 42mm diameter ** purchased from Beaverbrooks in December 2016. With boxes and guarantee card £700­900

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85 85. Rare Heuer Carrera Chronograph ‘First Execution’ stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 2447 S, circa 1965, serial no. 57xxx, silvered ‘T Swiss’ dial with applied baton markers, chronograph centre seconds, and triple subsidiary dials for hour recording, thirty minute recording and constant seconds, signed Heuer­Leonidas Valjoux 72 movement, ‘polyback’ case, black strap, 36mm ** with a vintage Heuer box £4000­6000

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86. Tag Heuer SEL Professional 200m bicolour lady’s bracelet watch, ref. S95.215, circular grey dial, screw­down crown with quick set date, Tag Heuer bracelet, quartz, 30mm including crown guards £80­120 87. Heuer ‘Golden Hours’ 18k triple colour calendar chronograph gentleman’s bracelet watch with moon phase, ref. 721.208, circa mid 1980s, brushed champagne dial with outer date chapter ring and red crescent tipped pointer hand, applied baton markers, chronograph centre seconds with day, month and moon phase apertures, triple subsidiary dials for thirty minute recording, twelve hour recording and constant seconds, cal. 730 Valjoux 17 jewel movement, tonneau case with 18k fitted bracelet, 103.4gm, 36mm ** Heuer released a collection of watches under the Headline “Golden Hours for Collectors” in the 1980s. The “Golden Hours” production comprised a number of 18K gold models with sophisticated complications. £4000­6000 88. Tag Heuer Formula 1 Chronograph stainless steel and ceramic gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. CAZ1111, serial no. WEG5xxx, quartz, bezel 42mm diameter ** purchased from Mappin & Webb in September 2015. With boxes and guarantee card £700­900

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CARTIER 89. Must de Cartier 21 gold and stainless steel lady’s bracelet watch, ref. 1340, serial no. PL47xxx, silvered dial with sapphire cabouchon crown, quartz, 28mm ** with the original boxes and booklets £300­500

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PATEK PHILIPPE 91. Patek Philippe & Co. Geneve 18ct square cased lady’s bracelet watch, ref. 3285/32, no. 263xxxx, circa 1960s, square gilt dial with gilt Arabic twelve and baton markers, 20 jewel adjusted five positions to heat cold isochronism movement, no. 997189, integral 18ct bracelet, 44.4gm, 16mm £1400­1800 92. Rare Patek Philippe & Co. Calatrava ref. 96 stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1939, movement no. 829.xxx, case no. 619.xxx, satin finished silvered dial with applied indexes and subsidiary seconds dial, cal. 12­120 manual wind movement, alligator strap, 31mm ** with Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives certificate confirming the production date of 1939 and subsequent sale on March 14th 1940, the certificate date 15th January 2020 £6000­8000

VACHERON & CONSTANTIN 93. Vacheron & Constantin, Genéve 18ct rose gold tank gentleman’s wristwatch, case ref. 270137, circa 1940s, movement no. 431xxx, signed rectangular white dial with applied Roman numerals and baton markers with subsidiary seconds dial, modern black strap, 24mm £1800­2200 94. Vacheron & Constantin, Genéve 18ct ultra­slim gentleman’s dress wristwatch, circa 1960s, silvered dial with applied baton markers, cal. 1003 17 jewel movement adjusted to temperatures, black strap, 32mm, 5mm depth £1400­1800

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95. Vacheron & Constantin Les Historique 18ct rectangular gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 91001/000J, case no. 680xxx, rectangular silvered dial with applied gilt Roman quarter numerals and hour markers, subsidiary seconds and gilt hands, movement no. 847xxx, Vacheron Constantin brown leather strap with 18k Vacheron Constantin buckle, 26mm ** Vacheron Constantin pouch, Vacheron Constantin booklet with certificate of origin and warranty booklet and world service leaflet, Vacheron Constantin tag, box £3000­5000

UNIVERSAL 96. Universal Genéve stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 842109, no. 3246xxx, linen circular silvered dial with baton markers, signed cal. 1­42 17 jewel unadjusted movement, signed case, cabouchon crown, modern leather strap, 32mm £200­300

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97. Universal 18ct rose gold square cased gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 110201­1, circa late 1950s, serial no. 1911xxx, signed bronze dial with dauphine hands, cal. 1005 17 jewel movement, the bezel with hour markers, brown leather strap, 26.5mm £600­800 98. NO LOT

IWC 99. International Watch Co. Schaffhausen (IWC) Yacht Club automatic stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. R811A, circa 1969, serial no. 1896xxx, circular silvered dial with baton markers, minute markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, signed cal. 8541 movement, IWC GF bracelet, 36mm ** IWC box, international guarantee stamped Watches of Switzerland PTE Ltd, No. 1 John Little’s Tourist & Shopping Centre, Singapore and dated 5 Dec 1969, original receipt dated 5/12/1969, service leaflet, IWC Yacht Club booklet, IWC brochure £1200­1800 95

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101. Movado Chronometre 18ct lady’s wire­lug wristwatch, circular silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals, dot minute markers, subsidiary seconds and gilt hands, 15 jewel four adjusts movement, black fabric strap, 22mm £60­100 102. Movado Museum stainless steel lady’s bracelet watch, ref. 07.3.14.1143, circular mother of pearl dial with diamond hour markers, cabouchon crown, quartz, 28mm £140­180 103. Ebel Sport Wave stainless steel and gold gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 181909, circular white dial with Roman numerals and minute markers, gold bezel, bicolour bracelet, quartz, 33mm £100­150 104. Maurice Lacroix Calypso bicolour gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 95346, circular white dial, screw­down crown with quick set date, tan lizard strap, quartz, 37mm including crown guards ** Maurice Lacroix box, in good condition £50­80 105. Cauny Prima De Luxe chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 285­69198, no. 773xxx,circular blue dial with baton markers, minute markers, outer tachymeter scale, silvered subsidiary 45 minute recording and constant seconds dials and orange chronograph centre seconds, rotating bezel, signed cal. 7733 17 jewel unadjusted movement, Cauny bracelet, 39mm (requires attention) £150­250

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106. Raymond Weil Parsifal rectangular stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 9341, rectangular grey dial, cabouchon crown, quartz, 29mm £80­120 107. Avia 9ct gentleman’s dress wristwatch, ref. 7924, rectangular silvered dial, manual 17 jewel movement, black strap, 27mm £80­120 108. Harwood silver ‘bumper’ automatic gentleman’s cushion shaped wire­ lug wristwatch, import hallmarks Glasgow 1929, case no. 4270, silvered engine turned dial with Arabic numerals outer minute track, blued steel moon hands and hole above the six, rotating bezel to set the hands, signed 15 jewel two adjust movement, Patent no. 10658, modern black leather strap, 29.5mm (movement requires repair) £200­300 109. Seiko Silverwave square cased stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. H557­525A, grey square dial with digital aperture, quarter Arabic numerals, hour markers and centre seconds, signed 3 jewel quartz movement, Seiko bracelet, 33mm £80­120 110. Baume automatic stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, case. no. 242, circular silvered dial with gilt quarter Arabic numerals and markers, outer minute markers and centre seconds, 17 jewel movement, later bracelet, 34mm £40­60

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111. Tissot Visodate Stylist 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch, the blue dial with silvered Roman numerals, centre seconds and date aperture, inscribed presentation back dated 1978, black leather strap, 34mm £120­180 112. Tissot gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. T870/970, circular champagne dial, quick set date, quartz, 34mm

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115. Fortis Marinemaster Super­Compressor automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 6237, signed multicoloured dial with square hour markers, date aperture at the six position and centre seconds, red minute hand, inner grey rotating calibrated bezel with five minute divisions, signed ETA cal. 2472 21 jewel movement, signed case numbered 4­70, modern black leather strap, 42mm £300­500

** Tissot box with outer cover (lacking display cushion), Tissot pouch, Tissot Sports 2013 booklet, user’s manual, international warranty stamped Hour Passion, Dublin Airport T2 and dated 01 Feb 2014, three spare links, Tissot ‘The Story Of A Watch Company’ and ‘In Touch With Your Time’ booklets. £50­80

116. Eterna­Matic 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch, London 1961, circular silvered dial with baton markers and centre seconds, automatic movement, black strap, 33mm £240­280

113. Eterna 9ct lady’s bracelet watch, London 1967, case no. 108.961, circular champagne dial with baton markers, signed K 1447 movement, no. 5645xxx, signed case, integral mesh link bracelet, 23.8gm, 17mm

117. Eterna CXXV stainless steel and sapphire gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 761.4208.44, limited edition no. 54, blue dial with baton markers, cabouchon crown, Eterna bracelet set with sapphires, quartz, 28mm

** Garrard & Co Ltd box, two Garrard & Co Ltd service receipts dated 16-71986 and 26-2-1990 £200­250

** Eterna pouch and box, Eterna CXXV booklet, two spare links

114. Record Watch Co. Datofix stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1950s, silvered dial with applied Arabic numerals and dagger markers, outer date chapter, with moon phase, day and month apertures over a subsidiary seconds dial, 17 jewel movement, case reference numbers. 11449 and 925xxx, tan leather strap, 33mm £400­600

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** The CXXV model was created by Eterna as an exclusive limited edition model to mark their 125th Anniversary £100­150 118. Junghans Dato­Chron Chronometer Electronic 14ct gentleman’s wristwatch, circular champagne dial with baton markers, sweep seconds and date aperture, case no. 913xx, brown leather strap, 36mm £450­550


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119. Roy King silver­gilt lady’s bracelet watch, London 1992, oval signed dial, signed 17 jewel movement, 42mm £150­200

122. Steinhart Ocean One ‘Vintage Military’ automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. rotating bezel, black dial with luminous markers, spade hands and sweep centre seconds, ETA 2824­2 movement, modern brown leather strap, 42mm diameter

120. RGM Watch Co. EOT Model 22 stainless steel chronometer deck wristwatch (Roland Murphy), limited edition 41/50, circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track, subsidiary seconds and up/down power reserve dial at the twelve position, tan leather strap, 39mm

** with box and new stainless steel bracelet £250­350

**International Wrist Watch journal, reprinted from March 2003 Number 65 ** Inspired by the deck watches and marine chronometers made in Lancaster County, U.S.A. during WWII and the Hamilton Model 22 marine chronometer, the EOT Model 22 chronometer deck watch was designed and produced by RGM / EOT (Equation of Time) in limited numbers ** See for reference https://www.rgmwatches.com/rgmblog/2019/7/29/rgm-and-eot-whatsthe-connection-and-the-eot-model-22-deck-watch £1200­1800 121. Kadet 18ct lady’s bracelet watch, square silvered dial, 17 jewel movement with integral woven bracelet, 28.7gm, 14mm £450­550

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123. Hamilton Khaki stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 000092, black dial with luminous Arabic numerals, inner twenty­four hour chapter, centre seconds and date aperture, quartz, 42mm ** with display box and guarantee card £100­150 124. Waltham 9ct cushion cased gentleman’s wristwatch, Chester 1930, white circular dial with Arabic numerals, red 12 and subsidiary seconds, 7 jewel movement, no. 2638xxxx, vintage tan leather strap, 32mm £120­180 125. Chronoswiss Regulateur 18ct and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. CH 6322, no. 27xx, circular silvered dial with outer minute chapter, subsidiary hour dial over constant seconds, exhibition back with 17 jewel movement, with original black white stitched leather strap and buckle, 38mm ** Chronoswiss is a Swiss watch manufacturer based in Lucerne. The company was founded by Gerd R. Lang in 1983 £1500­2000

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126. Marvin 14ct gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1950s, circular silvered dial with gilt Arabic quarter numerals and dot markers, outer minute markers and subsidiary seconds, signed cal. 520 15 jewel three adjs. movement, modern black leather strap, 35mm £200­300 127. 9ct cushion cased gentleman’s wristwatch, London 1944, circular silvered dial signed Thos Russell & Son, with Arabic numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, unsigned 9 jewel movement, hinged case, modern brown leather strap, 29mm £80­120 128. Baume 9ct gentleman’s bracelet watch, import hallmarks London 1964, case no. 801xxx, signed circular silvered dial with gilt quarter Arabic numerals and hour markers, minute markers and centre seconds, unsigned cal. 2390 ETA movement, inside case signed B&Co., later gold plated and stainless steel expanding bracelet, 32mm ** Baume box, Baume guarantee dated 6/2/65 (not numbered) £150­200 129. Oris Pointer Date automatic stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 7461, silvered dial with gilt quarter Arabic numerals and dagger markers, outer date chapter, subsidiary seconds and centre date indicator with red pointer, exhibition case back, cal. 640, 27 jewel movement, modern black leather strap with Oris buckle, 36mm ** Oris box with outer cardboard cover £300­500

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130. Bulova Accutron M3 Spaceview stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1963, case no. 463xxx, skeletonised dial with luminous dauphine hands and sweep centre seconds, signed high domed glass with baton markers, Accutron brown leather strap, 35mm ** with original boxes, related booklets, original price tag of $175 plus tax, spare battery and Bulova Accutron tool £800­1000 131. Bulova rectangular gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1955, case no. A646xxx, rectangular silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals, minute markers and subsidiary seconds, signed cal. 10BM 21 jewel movement, modern black leather strap, 26mm ** Bulova box with outer cardboard cover £100­150 132. Ollech & Wajs Chronographe stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1970, circular black dial with hour markers, subsidiary constant seconds and minute recording dials, chronograph centre seconds, outer tachymeter and telemeter scales, luminous hands, twelve hour rotating bezel, signed cal. 51 17 jewel movement, signed inside case, modern black lizard strap, 39mm £500­800 133. Attractive 18ct and enamel rectangular wire­lug lady’s wristwatch, import hallmarks London 1924, rectangular silvered dial with Arabic numerals and minute track, unsigned movement, hinged case, black fabric strap, 14mm ** red leather case £70­100 134­139 NO LOT

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WWI PERIOD & MILITARY WATCHES 140. 18ct half hunter wire­lug wristwatch, circa 1910, the white dial with Roman numerals, lever bar movement, case no. 66144, the case with blue Roman numerals chapter ring and engraved initial monogram, 31mm £150­250 141. Silver wire­lug officers style trench watch, import hallmarks for London 1919, white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, Swiss lever movement, modern leather strap, 33mm £80­120 142. S&Co Peerless Borgel silver wire­lug gentleman’s wristwatch, circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, signed S&Co Peerless movement, no. 154794, 34mm (lacking strap) £200­300 143. WWI period silver wire­lug wristwatch, import hallmarks 1915, the circular enamel dial with Arabic numerals, red twelve, minute track and blued steel hands, unsigned movement, hinged case signed Omega, modern brown leather strap, 32mm £180­220 144. Silver cushion cased wire­lug gentleman’s wristwatch, import hallmarks Glasgow 1929, enamel dial with Arabic numerals, red twelve, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, 15 jewel movement, inscribed hinged case, modern black leather strap, 30mm £70­100 145. Golay WWI period silver wire­lug wristwatch, import hallmarks London 1914, circular enamel dial with Arabic numerals, centre seconds and minute track, blued steel hands, signed 15 jewel two adj. movement, hinged case, modern black leather strap, 33mm £60­100 146. Silver wire­lug nurse’s wristwatch, import hallmarks Edinburgh 1923, the enamel dial with Arabic numerals, red twelve, outer five minute divisions, red cross and centre seconds, blued steel hands, unsigned three­quarter plate movement, hinged case, modern black leather strap, 33mm £30­50

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151. Nero Lemania WWI British Military Royal Navy issue split second chrome cased pocket stopwatch, signed cal. 1210 gilt frosted movement, no. 1400xxx, dust cover, the case back with Military arrow and issue markings ‘H.S. 527­3641, H.S.7 SPLIT (crossed through), 604/65, 65mm £50­100 152. WWI silver wire­lug trench watch, London 1917, the enamel dial with Arabic numerals, red twelve, minute track and subsidiary seconds, Rotary 10 jewel movement, hinged case, modern brown leather strap, 33mm, with crystal guard £150­250 153. WWI period compass in a tan leather case, 54mm diameter; also a Waltham Watch Co, Pattern No.3 stopwatch 1­5 second in the original box, with engraved Military broad arrow no. S3218, 55mm £50­80 154. Vertex WWII Military issue stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, signed circular black dial with Military arrow, Arabic numerals, dot and baton markers, minute track with dot markers and subsidiary seconds, signed cal .59 15 jewel movement, fixed bar case with screw back with Military arrow and issue markings ‘W.W.W. A 10933 3523xxx’, NATO type strap, 36mm £600­800

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155. British Military Royal Navy issue single push button chronograph stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circa 1940s, circular silvered dial signed Lemania with Military arrow and circled T, Arabic numerals, subsidiary constant seconds and thirty minute recording dials and chronograph centre seconds, unsigned movement, screw case with Military arrow and issue markings ‘0552/924­3305, 23xx’ (H.S., 9 crossed through), modern blue leather strap, 38mm £1000­1500 156. Invicta Air Ministry 30 hour Non Luminous Mark V nickel cased lever pocket watch, black dial with Arabic numerals, minute markers and subsidiary seconds, signed gilt frosted movement with compensated balance and regulator, signed case with Military arrow and markings ‘A (underlined) Sth 1920’, 52mm £80­120 157. Zenith Royal Navy Hydrographic Service issue nickel cased centre second lever deck watch, the signed gilt movement marked with an arrow, with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with outer 1/10 scale, inner red minute chapter with five minute divisions and centre Arabic hour dial, blued steel centre seconds, signed screw case with Military arrow and issue markings ‘0552­521­0243, H.S.,3, 24xx’, 51mm £200­300


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158. Rare Zenith Chronographe A Retour oversized chromium plated Aviators timer for bombs, circa 1940s, circular matt black dial with thirty second scale with five second divisions, inner scale calibrated 0­ 40 hm, bi­directional notched bezel signed Zenith with inner red triangle indicator for target timing, start/stop and reset buttons and winding crown, large wire­lugs, cal. 316 gilt frosted movement with lever escapement, gilt three arm balance and regulator, snap­on case back, no. 1061xx, 56mm (movement requires attention) £450­650

159. Record WWII British Military issue wristwatch, circular black dial with Military arrow, Arabic numerals, dot and baton hour markers, outer minute track, subsidiary seconds and luminous hands, signed cal. 022K 15 jewel movement, the case with fixed bars and screw back with Military arrow and issue markings ‘W.W.W. L13379 531xxx’, nickel plated case with steel back, the lug marked ‘893’, grey NATO style strap, 36mm £400­600 160­169 NO LOT

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G ARDINER H O U L G AT E T H E S P E C I A L I S T AU C T I O N E E R S

2020 CALENDAR OF SALES

Antiques, Silver & Works of Art Sale Dates: Thursday 26th March Thursday 25th June Thursday 24th September Thursday 26th November

Paintings & Prints Sale Dates: Thursday 26th March Thursday 25th June Thursday 24th September Thursday 26th November

Vintage & General Sale Sale Dates: Thursday 23rd April Thursday 23rd July

Jewellery Sale Dates: Wednesday 25th March Wednesday 24th June Wednesday 23rd September Wednesday 25th November

Decorative Arts & 20th Century Design; Modern Art Sale Dates: Thursday 25th June Thursday 26th November

Specialist Watches Sale Dates: Wednesday 19th February Wednesday 20th May Wednesday 21st October

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POCKET WATCHES 170. Swiss 14ct chronograph quarter repeating hunter pocket watch with an interesting Russian presentation Military inscription, jewelled lever movement with hammers striking on gongs, the dial with Roman numerals, outer 25­300 chapter, fancy gilt hands, blued steel chronograph centre seconds and a subsidiary seconds dial, inscribed cuvette no. 1663xx, Russian presentation inscription to the inside front cover (see translation below), engine turned case with cartouche, 97.6gm, 55mm ** the inscription translated ‘Presented to Counter-Admiral, Professor Dr of Technical Sciences V.A Onlovski from the Peoples Commission of the Military Marine Fleet, 1940’ £1000­1500 171. Swiss silver (0.935) lever pocket watch examined by James Reid & Co, Coventry, signed two part white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds in an engine turned case, 56.5mm; with key £60­100 172. Early 19th century gilt metal and tortoiseshell verge pair cased pocket watch, the fusee movement signed Nicho’s (Nicholes) Giles, Maidstone, no. 10059, with pierced engraved balance cock, flat steel three arm balance, silvered regulating disc and cylindrical pillars, enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute track, plain inner case, tortoiseshell outer case with pinwork decoration, 52mm £150­250

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172 173. Swiss gunmetal calendar lever pocket watch, the inscribed 7 jewel one adjustment movement signed A. Robert, the dial with Arabic numerals, minute markers, subsidiary seconds with moon phase and subsidiary month, day and date dials, within a plain case, 53mm (in need of attention) £100­150 174. J.W Benson 9ct lever half hunter pocket watch, London 1933, signed Swiss 15 jewel movement, the dial with Roman numerals double spade hand and subsidiary seconds dial, the case with a blue Roman numeral chapter ring, 88.1gm, 49mm ** with the original J.W Benson box £350­450


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175. Gold plated centre seconds chronograph cylinder pocket watch, frosted three­quarter plate movement with gilt three arm balance and regulator, the dial with 25/300 scale, Roman numerals and blued steel centre seconds, start/stop lever at the two position, within a plain case with engraved cartouche, 56mm (key) £50­80

178. 19th century silver fusee lever hunter pocket watch, the movement signed Lewis Samuel, Lord Street, Liverpool, no. 20689, with floral engraved balance cock inscribed ‘Patent Detached’, diamond endstone, gilt three arm balance, Bosley type regulator Liverpool jewelling and cylindrical pillars, stop/work lever at the five position, the cuvette inscribed ‘Made Expressly to Order for Simpson & Beckel, Albany’, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, plain silveroid case with engraved shield, no. 20689, 59mm £150­200

176. Attractive 19th century 18ct engine turned pocket watch, Chester 1833, the fusee detached lever movement signed ‘By John Harrison, Liverpool’ with engraved balance cock, diamond endstone, regulator and gilt three arm balance, hinged quarter plate cuvette, foliate tricolour gold dial with Roman numerals and blued steel hands, within an engine turned case foliate band inscribed ‘EK’ to the centre, case maker ‘TEHF’ (Timothy Ellison & Henry Fishwick), 71.6gm, 45mm, two keys £600­800 177. George IV Irish silver fusee lever engine turned pocket watch, London 1827, the movement signed Hand, Dublin, no. 143812, with plain balance cock, diamond endstone, steel three arm balance, Bosley type regulator and cylindrical pillars, Massey type II escapement, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, within an engine turned case, case maker ‘J.W’ (John Williams), 52mm (in need of attention) £80­120

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179. Stauffer 18ct cylinder engraved fob watch, signed gilt frosted bar movement with gilt three arm balance and regulator, inscribed cuvette, the gilt dial with Roman numeral chapter enclosing a floral engraved centre, within an engraved case with centre shield, 29.4gm, 34mm; with a gold plated chain and key ** Manning & Manning, Worcester leather fitted case, key, chain, T-bar £140­180 180. White metal cylinder pocket watch, frosted three­quarter plate movement signed J Gustave Genéve with gilt three arm balance and regulator, inscribed cuvette, signed dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche, 52mm, key £40­80 181. Swiss gunmetal digital jump hour pocket watch, frosted lever movement with compensated balance and regulator, exhibition cuvette, the dial branded ‘A&U’ and inscribed ‘Patent’ with hour and minute apertures and subsidiary seconds, within a plain case, 54mm; with a braided hair Albert with a gilded T­bar and clasp £200­300

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186. 9ct lever dress pocket watch, import hallmarks London 1929, unsigned movement with compensated balance and regulator, silvered guilloche dial with Arabic numerals, outer dot minute markers and subsidiary seconds, within a plain case, case maker GS, 54.6gm, 48mm £150­200 187. Victorian silver fusee lever pocket watch, Chester 1848, the movement signed Thos. Brown, Liverpool, no. 2767, with floral engraved balance cock inscribed ‘Patent’, diamond endstone, gilt three arm balance, Bosley type regulator, ‘Liverpool window’ and cylindrical pillars, stop/work lever at the five position, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, minute markers, outer Arabic five minute divisions and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, within a plain case and gold hinge, case maker ‘TC’ (possibly Thomas Cubbin), 50mm £100­150

184 182. Swiss nickel cased centre seconds chronograph lever pocket stopwatch, unsigned three­quarter plate movement, no. 13821, with three arm balance and regulator, the dial with Arabic numerals, seconds track, subsidiary sixty minute and ten hour recording dials and chronograph centre seconds, within a plain case, 50mm £50­80

188. George IV silver fusee lever hunter pocket watch, Chester 1824, the movement signed George White, Glasgow, no. 2503, with floral engraved balance cock inscribed ‘Patent Detached’, diamond endstone, steel three arm balance, Bosley type regulator and cylindrical pillars, stop/work lever at the seven position, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, within a plain case, case maker ‘IW’, 54mm £120­180

183. Swiss gunmetal calendar lever pocket watch, frosted bar movement with compensated balance and regulator, no. 7603, the decorated dial with Roman numerals, minute track, subsidiary constant seconds with moon phase and subsidiary month, day and date dials, within a plain case, 48mm (at fault) £100­150

189. Victorian silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1845, the movement signed John Bell, York, no. 76646, with floral engraved balance cock, diamond endstone, compensated balance, silvered regulating scale and ‘Liverpool windows’, stop/work lever at the seven position, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, Fleur­De­Lys hands, within a plain case with presentation inscription to the inside, case maker ‘I.H’ (John William Hammon), 48mm £60­100

184. Swiss early 19th century gold quarter repeating pocket watch, the gilt cuvette signed ‘Sim. Gounouilhou, sur le Quai Neuf en l’Isle No. 241, No. 11292’, plunge repeat gilt frosted cylinder movement with hammers striking a gong, engine turned silvered dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial at the three o’clock position, gold hands, engine turned case with ‘OF’ stamp, 86.4gm, 50mm

190. Rolex 9ct dress pocket watch with Elinvar balance, ref. 3026, serial no. 1008415, 17 jewel lever movement with Elinvar Balance adjusted six positions, signed silvered dial with applied gold baton markers and subsidiary seconds, signed plain case with inner metal ‘Devisser’ screw cover stamped ‘Brevette 144367’, 49.8gm, 46mm £600­1000

** Pierre Simon Gounouilhou, born in 1779, settled in Geneva in 1799 and died in 1847 £600­1000 185. Elgin gold plated lever hunter pocket watch, circa 1924, signed 17 jewel movement, no. 27258737, with compensated balance and regulator, signed dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, within a plain case, 51mm £60­100

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191. Victorian silver fusee lever ‘up/down’ dial pocket watch, London 1864, the movement signed R. Hillaby, 229 Glossop Road, Sheffield, no. 7141, with compensated balance and regulator, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds and subsidiary up/down power reserve dial at the twelve position, blued steel hands, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche, case maker ‘BK’, 52mm, key £120­180


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192. Swiss ‘GPO’ gunmetal centre seconds chronograph lever pocket watch, the movement with compensated balance and regulator, no. 1407128, the dial with Arabic numerals, outer five second divisions with markers, minute track, subsidiary thirty minute recording and constant seconds dials and chronograph centre seconds, blued steel hands, within a plain case with markings ‘G. P. O, C. G 31, 10, 194, No 1.’, 51mm £80­120 193. Omega silver (0.900) lever hunter pocket watch, circa 1912, the frosted movement signed Omega with compensated balance and regulator, no. 4641034, signed dial with Arabic numerals, minute markers and subsidiary seconds, Louis style hands, within a signed Art Nouveau style case, 51mm £140­180

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194. Raffin, Genéve late 19th century 18k cylinder pocket watch, gilt bar movement, signed dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, engine turned and foliate engraved case, 43.9gm, 42mm £250­350 195. Longines nickel cased lever pocket watch, the three­quarter plate movement signed Baume Longines with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with bold Roman numerals and minute track, plain case, 55mm (crown at fault) £40­80 196. English 18th century cylinder gilt pair cased pocket watch, signed Ellicott, London, no. 6069, the fusee movement with rose diamond set pierced balance cock, three arm steel balance, silvered regulating dial over elaborate pillars, signed and numbered dust cover, the enamel dial with Arabic outer numeral chapter, Roman numerals and steel hands, 47mm; with key ** John Ellicott (London 1706-1772) £700­1000 197. George IV silver fusee lever pocket watch, Chester 1828, unsigned movement with plain balance cock, steel three arm balance, Bosley type regulator, Liverpool jewelling and cylindrical pillars, Massey type III escapement with stop/work lever at the seven position, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, plain case, 52mm (at fault) £50­80

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198. Victorian silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1878, the movement signed J. Kleyser & Co. 69 Borough High St. London, no. 25563, with floral engraved balance cock, gilt three arm balance and silvered regulating scale, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche, case maker ‘IH’ (probably John Harris), 45mm, key £60­100 199. Victorian silver fusee lever pocket watch, Chester 1844, the movement signed Bunyan & Gardner, Manchester, no. 5106, with floral engraved balance cock inscribed ‘Patent’, diamond endstone, steel three arm balance and Bosley type regulator, stop/work lever at the seven position, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, Fleur­De­Lys hands, within a plain case, no. 5106, case maker ‘HF’ (Hugh Fishwick), 49mm £60­100 200. Victorian 18ct half hunter lever pocket watch, London 1885, three­ quarter plate movement signed Lund Brothers, 49 Cornhill, London, no. 4502, diamond endstone, original signed dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and double spade blued steel hands, the case faintly engraved with the MacGregor family crest, case maker ‘’PW’, 115.3gm, 49mm (movement at fault) £1000­1400 201. Smiths Jamboree chrome cased lever automaton pocket watch, the dial with Arabic numerals, depicting scouts around a campfire and scout leader with automaton arm, 532M pin palette movement, plain case, 51mm £40­80

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202. Swiss gunmetal centre seconds chronograph lever pocket watch, the gilt movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, outer five second divisions with track, subsidiary thirty minute recording and constant seconds dials and chronograph centre seconds, blued steel hands, within a plain case, 51mm £50­100 203. Continental Niello silver cylinder hunter fob watch, the movement with gilt three arm balance and regulator, the dial with Arabic numerals, outer five minute divisions and blued steel hands, 32mm £50­80 204. Victorian silver pair cased verge pocket watch, London 1865, the fusee movement signed Jn. Smith, Cranbrook, no. 12527, with pierced balance cock and Bosley type regulator, the enamel dial with named numerals ‘Geo. Haffenden’ and dated 1867, matching cases, case maker ‘WC’ (William Carter), 55mm; with a short silver watch Albert £150­250 205. Silver lever hunter pocket watch, Birmingham 1928, three­quarter plate 15 jewel movement signed D.F&C. F.G. King Dover (Dimier Freres), with compensated balance and regulator, the dial signed Kingsmith with Roman numerals, outer minute track, subsidiary dial and blued steel hands, within a plain Dennison case, 51mm (requires attention) ** box £50­80


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206. Early 19th century Continental white metal verge repeating pocket watch, the gilt fusee movement with plunge repeat, pierced balance bridge, three arm balance and silvered regulating dial, gilt cuvette, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and winding hole at the two position, moon hands, within an engraved case, 53mm (requires attention) £200­300 207. English 19th century silver fusee lever pair cased pocket watch, Chester 1815, the movement signed John Darrah, Liverpool, no. 1817, with balance cock inscribed ‘Improved Patent’, flat steel three arm balance, Bosley type regulator and cylindrical pillars, stop/work lever at the seven position, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, within plain matching cases, inscribed inner case, case maker ‘NL’ (probably Nathaniel Lee), 56mm £140­180

210. Rolex stainless steel and rose gold dress pocket watch with Elinvar balance, ref. 3079, case serial no. 1008960, 17 jewel lever movement with Elinvar Balance adjusted six positions, black dial branded ‘Forbes’ with applied gold Arabic numerals, gold hands and sunk subsidiary seconds, 46mm £600­1000 211. Railway Interest ­ American ‘Winner TWO’ nickel cased lever pocket watch, the movement marked ‘Patented Jan. 29.01. APR.11.05. JUNE 4.07. JUNE 29.09. MAY 24.10. Made in U.S.A.’ no. 28383624, signed dial with Arabic numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, within an Illinois screw case depicting a locomotive, 56mm £30­50

208. Zenith nickel cased lever pocket watch, signed 17 jewel movement with gilt three arm balance, signed dial with Arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, moon hands, within a plain case, 49mm £60­100

212. Swiss gunmetal centre seconds chronograph lever pocket watch, the gilt frosted movement with compensated balance and regulator, no. 1030382, the dial with Roman numerals, outer five second divisions with markers, minute track, subsidiary thirty minute recording and constant seconds dials and chronograph centre seconds, blued steel hands, within a plain case, 49mm £50­100

209. George III silver verge pair cased pocket watch, Birmingham 1793, the fusee movement signed Danby, London, no. 1726, with pierced engraved balance cock with urn, steel three arm balance, silvered regulating disc and cylindrical pillars, the dial with Arabic numerals and minute markers, within plain matching cases, case maker ‘HH’, 52mm £200­300

213. White metal lever hunter pocket watch, the unsigned 15 jewel movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial signed ‘Primator Chronometre’, with Arabic numerals, minute dots and subsidiary seconds, diamond hands, the case cast in low relief depicting a fox and two crows, 50mm £50­80

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216. Illinois Watch Co. ‘Bunn Special’ railroad gold plated lever pocket watch, circa 1907, 24 jewel adjusted temperature, six positions isochronism, lever set movement signed ‘Bunn Special, Springfield, Ill.’ with double roller compensated balance and regulator, no. 1973763, signed dial with Arabic numerals, red inner twenty­four hour numerals and red outer five minute divisions, subsidiary seconds, the screw case engraved BLF&E, 55mm £200­300

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214. Swiss silver (800) cylinder engraved fob watch, 37mm; together with a silver curb watch Albert, 31.2gm, 19.5” long £40­80 215. Swiss silver lever pocket watch examined by Dent, London 1937, the three­quarter plate movement inscribed ‘Examined by Dent, Watchmaker to the Queen, 33 Cockspur St, London, with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, case maker ATO (Albert Thomas Oliver), 51mm (in need of attention) £50­80

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217. Victorian silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1839, the movement signed W’m Anderson, 38 Little Sutton St, London, no. 2552, with plain balance cock, steel three arm balance, Bosley type regulator, Liverpool jewels and cylindrical pillars, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, within an engine turned case, 50mm £80­120 218. Swiss Doxa gunmetal lever pocket watch, signed gilt movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, within a plain case, 51mm £30­50 219. Early 19th century gilt metal verge pair cased pocket watch, the fusee movement signed Catherwood & Son, London, no. 1205, with engraved balance cock with mask, diamond endstone, flat steel three arm balance and cylindrical pillars, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals and minute track, within plain matching cases, case maker ‘JW’, 55mm £200­300


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220. English 18th century silver verge pair cased pocket watch, the fusee movement signed John Smith, London, no. 589, with engraved openwork balance bridge, steel three arm balance silvered regulating disc and Egyptian pillars, signed silvered champleve dial with Roman numerals, minute track and outer Arabic five minute divisions, Louis style hands, within plain cases, 57mm £600­800 221. Swiss white metal centre seconds chronograph lever pocket watch, the three­quarter plate movement inscribed ‘Huguenin’s Patent, Aug. 29th 1882’, with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with outer five second divisions, subsidiary thirty minute recording and time dials and chronograph centre seconds, within an engine turned case, 51mm, key £120­180 222. Swiss nickel cased centre seconds chronograph lever pocket watch, the gilt movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, outer five second divisions with markers, subsidiary thirty minute recording and constant seconds dials and chronograph centre seconds, blued steel hands, within a plain case, 52mm £60­100 223. Gunmetal lever hunter pocket watch, the movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, the case signed Omega with an inset gold Arabic chapter, 47mm £100­150

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224. Waltham ‘Bond Street’ 18k lever pocket watch, circa 1908, movement no. 17296414, signed two­part white dial with Roman numerals, outer Arabic minute chapter, fancy gilt hands and subsidiary seconds dial, engine turned case, 74.4gm, 49mm (movement requires repair) ** with a Perspex dome pocket watch display stand and base £250­350 225. Gunmetal alarm pocket watch, the dial inscribed ‘Au Carnaval de Venise, Paris’ with Arabic numerals, minute markers, centre alarm hour indicator and blued steel hands, rotating bezel with alarm minute indicator, hinged case, no. 945260, 55mm £80­120

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226. Victorian Charles Brown silver lever pocket watch, London 1893, the gilt three­quarter plate movement signed Chas F. Brown, 20 Lord Street, Coventry, no. 37636 and inscribed ‘Going Arbor Invented AD. 1851’ with bi­metallic compensated balance, blued hairspring, engraved balance cock and regulator, hinged cuvette, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds and subsidiary up/down dial at the twelve position, blued steel hands within a plain case, no. 37636, case maker ‘W.H’ (William Hammon), 52mm; together with another Charles Brown silver centre second chronograph pocket watch, Chester 1887, gilt frosted three­quarter plate lever movement signed Chas F. Brown, with bi­metallic compensated balance, blued hairspring, engraved balance cock and regulator, stop/work lever at the two position, hinged cuvette, the dial inscribed ‘Chronograph London 37393’, with Roman numerals, minute track, outer five second divisions, unusual subsidiary seconds and minute dial, subsidiary up/down dial at the twelve position and gilt centre chronograph seconds, blued steel hands, plain case, no. 37393, case maker ‘W.N’ (probably William Neal), 59mm (2) £500­800 229 227. Seth Thomas lever set silveroid pocket watch, the movement signed Seth Thomas, Commaston, Comm. no. 1576, Patented Jan. 13. & Sept. 1. 85. with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, plain case, 58mm £40­80 228. Silver cylinder engine turned pocket watch, three­quarter plate movement with gilt three arm balance and regulator, no. 6607, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, 50mm, key £30­50

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229. 19th century 18ct fusee lever pocket watch, the movement signed W’m Robinson, Liverpool, no. 7383, with engraved balance cock chiselled with a Liver bird inscribed ‘Patent’ and diamond endstone, gilt three arm balance, Bosley type regulator and cylindrical pillars, Liverpool jewelling and stop/work lever at the seven position, dust cover, the gilt dial engraved with a lakeside scene with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, within an engine turned case with shield and engraved band, 98.8gm, 50mm £750­950


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230 230. French gold plunge repeating cylinder pocket watch, the gilt frosted movement with pierced engraved balance bridge, three arm balance and silvered regulating disc, plunge repeat with hammer striking a gong, stop/work lever at the eleven position, gilt hinged cuvette, the enamel dial with Arabic numerals, minute markers and winding hole at the two position, blued steel ‘wriggle work’ hands, within a plain case, 117.1gm, 54mm (requires attention) £600­900 231. Swiss gunmetal centre seconds chronograph lever pocket watch, gilt frosted movement, no. 172723, with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, minute markers, 25/300 scale, subsidiary thirty minute recording and constant seconds dials and chronograph centre seconds, within a plain case, 53mm £100­150 232. Silver centre seconds chronograph lever pocket watch, the movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial inscribed ‘Chronographe Compteur, Patent’ with Roman numerals, outer five second divisions with markers, minute track, subsidiary thirty minute recording dial and chronograph centre seconds, blued steel hands, within an engine turned case, 54mm £80­120 233. Gunmetal lever half hunter pocket watch, the movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, within a plain case with gilt bezel signed Omega, 49mm £60­100

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234 234. Victorian 18ct lever hunter pocket watch, London 1884, unsigned three­quarter plate lever set movement with compensated balance and regulator, the balance cock inscribed ‘Patented’ with winged trademark, the dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, case maker ‘AB’, 94.2gm, 47mm £700­900 235. Swiss gunmetal alarm pocket watch, the dial with Arabic numerals, minute track and centre alarm indicator, rotating bezel with alarm minute indicator, Patent 41794, hinged case, 52mm £70­100 236. Omega silver (0.935) lever half hunter pocket watch, signed movement with compensated balance and regulator, the cuvette inscribed ‘Bolton Smith, 89 Wigmore Street, London’, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, within a signed engine turned case with engraved cartouche, 48mm £50­80 237. 19th century silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1850, the movement signed Jos’h Johnson, Liverpool, no. 1431, with floral engraved balance cock inscribed ‘Patent’, diamond endstone, steel three arm balance, Bosley type regulator and cylindrical pillars, Massey type V escapement with stop/work lever at the seven position, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, Fleur­d­Lys hands, within a plain case with engraved initials, 53mm £150­250 238. Zenith silver alarm lever pocket watch, import hallmarks Glasgow 1917, signed gilt frosted movement with compensated balance, regulator and hammer striking a gong, the inscribed dial with Arabic numerals, minute markers, subsidiary constant seconds and alarm dials, within a plain case, 48mm £140­180

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239. Continental white metal verge alarm hunter pocket watch, the fusee movement signed Delaroue A Lyon, no. 1831, with pierced balance bridge, silvered regulating disc and hammer striking a bell, the dial signed Delaroue A Lyon with Roman numerals, minute track, centre alarm indicator and blued steel moon hands, within an engraved case with initials ‘KK’, 56mm, key £200­300 240. George III silver verge pair cased hunter pocket watch, London 1803, the fusee movement signed Markwick Markham et Marko London, no. 4891, with pierced engraved balance cock, steel three arm balance and Egyptian style pillars, the silvered champleve dial signed Markwick Markham, London, with Turkish numerals and minute track, within matching cases, 58mm £600­800 241. Longines centre seconds chronograph chrome cased lever pocket watch, signed cal. 18.72 17 jewel unadjusted movement, no. 6187341, with compensated balance and regulator, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, markers, five second divisions, subsidiary thirty minute recording and constant seconds dials and chronograph centre seconds, blued steel moon hands, within a signed plain case, numbered 6187341, 51mm £200­300 242. Silver (0.935) T.R. Russell’s Keyless Lever Chronograph centre seconds pocket watch, the gilt frosted movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, outer 25/300 scale, subsidiary constant seconds and chronograph centre seconds, blued steel hands, cuvette inscribed ‘T.R. Russell, 18 Church St, Liverpool, within a plain case with applied gold hinges, 53mm £120­180

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243. Russells of Liverpool 18ct lever engraved fob watch, London 1890, signed three­quarter plate movement, no. 8802, signed dial with Roman numerals and blued steel hands in a foliate case, case maker ‘AB’ (Arthur Baume), 59.4gm, 41mm ** with original box £300­400 244. Victorian 18ct fusee lever pocket watch, London 1873, unsigned movement, no. 53558, white dial with Roman numerals within a good quality engine turned case with cartouche, case maker ‘NW’ (possibly Noah Wright), 61.9gm, 42mm ** with box £350­450 245. Junghans nickel cased alarm pocket watch, the dial with Arabic numerals, minute track, subsidiary seconds and centre alarm indicator, hinged case, no. 0994912, 52mm £30­50 246. Nickel cased lever pocket watch, the movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial signed Omega with Roman numerals, outer five minute divisions and subsidiary seconds, within an Omega plain case, 48mm £60­100 247. George IV silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1827, the movement signed Rob’t Robertson, Perth, no. 11178, with engraved balance cock with mask, diamond endstone, steel three arm balance, Bosley type regulator and cylindrical pillars, Massey type I escapement, signed and numbered dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, within a plain case, case no. 11178, case maker ‘WW’ (William Webb), 53mm £150­250


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248. Cross & Beguelin Centennial nickel cased lever pocket watch, the movement with compensated balance and regulator, no. 595722, the dial inscribed ‘Centennial’ with Roman numerals, minute track, red Arabic five minute divisions, subsidiary seconds and blued steel hands, plain case inscribed inside ‘Centennial C&B 1776 1826 Trade Mark Registered’, 55mm ** with copy of advert from the Jeweler’s Circular and Horological Review £40­80

249. 19th century gilt metal duplex centre second pocket watch for the Chinese market, the elaborate engraved gilt jewelled movement signed Guinard Fleurier, no. 4248, with five arm balance and regulator, hinged cuvette, the dial with Roman numerals, outer quarter Arabic numerals, minute markers and centre seconds, blued steel hands, within a plain case, no. 325, 60mm (at fault) £200­300

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250. Continental white metal centre seconds cylinder pocket watch for the Chinese market, the elaborately engraved movement signed Lori Besancon with flat steel five arm balance and regulator, signed hinged engraved cuvette, the dial signed at the six position with Roman numerals, outer Arabic quarter numerals, minute markers and centre seconds, blued steel hands, within a plain case, 55mm, key £200­300

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251. William IV silver fusee lever pocket watch, Birmingham 1833, the unsigned movement with floral engraved balance cock, diamond endstone, compensated steel five arm balance, Bosley type regulator and cylindrical pillars, Massey type III escapement with stop/work lever, dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, within a plain case inscribed ‘J. Favell, Swineshead’ to the inside, case maker ‘JH’ (James Heales), 53mm £100­200 252. Silver lever hunter pocket watch, Birmingham 1919, 17 jewel four adjustments movement, with compensated balance and regulator, no. 1088686, the dial branded ‘Northern Goldsmiths Co. Newcastle’, with Arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, within a plain Dennison case, 52mm £60­100

253. S. Smith & Son silver lever pocket watch, London 1911, signed three­ quarter plate movement ‘Watch Makers to the Admiralty, 9 Strand, London 82­564’, original dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, original plain case, 52mm £60­100 254. Heavy Victorian silver fusee lever pocket watch, Birmingham 1885, unsigned movement, no. 22834 with foliate engraved balance cock, gilt three arm balance and Bosley type regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, dust cover, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche, case maker ‘EH’ (Edward Hickman), 57mm (key) £60­100 255. Two white metal (0.800) cylinder pocket watches, 47mm and 48mm £60­100

256. Fine Charles Frodsham 18ct hunter pocket chronometer, London 1889, the gilt three­quarter plate fusee movement, signed Chas Frodsham AD Fmsz, 84 Strand, London, By Appointment to the Queen, no. 077xx, engraved shields for Royal Warrant and a medal of honour for France, Russia and Italy, with plain balance cock, diamond endstone, bi­metallic compensated balance and blued steel helical hairspring, hinged cuvette, the dial signed Chas. Frodsham, 077xx, AD.FMSZ, with Roman numerals, minute track, outer five second divisions, up/down indicator at the twelve position, blued steel centre seconds and blued steel hands, within a plain case, case maker ‘HMF’ (Harrison Mills Frodsham), the bow stamped ‘AS’ (Alfred Stram), 186.8gm, 57mm ** red leather case £5000­8000

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DAY TWO Friday 21st February 2020 at 11am On view in the Blue Room upstairs saleroom Lots will be shown via video screen in the Blue Room

WRISTWATCHES/WATCHES FOR REPAIR 2001. Omega wristwatch square box, 4”; Rotary 9ct lady’s wristwatch, silver wire­lug wristwatch and two other ladies wristwatches £50­80 2002. Accurist Chronograph Alarm bicolour gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. SR927W, circular black dial, quartz, 40mm; together with a Bulova Longchamp square cased stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, square silvered dial, modern brown leather strap, 30mm (2) £40­60 2003. Microma Chronograph digital gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, model 601, LED display, later gold plated and stainless steel bracelet, quartz, 36mm ** Microma presentation case, outer box, guarantee and instructions booklet, two advertising leaflets and price list dated September 1976 ** Microma produced the world’s first continuous time digital watch £80­120 2004. 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) £50­80 2005. Seiko Quartz Chronograph gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 7T32­ 7A2A; together with a Seiko SQ Quartz 4004 gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 0903­7019, 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) £60­100 2006. 18ct lady’s wire­lug rectangular bracelet watch with gold plated bracelet, 13.4gm, 14mm; together with three gold plated and stainless steel ladies bracelet watches (4) £50­80 2007. Sekonda Editions rose gold plated lady’s bracelet watch, ref. 2090, circular blue dial, quartz, 36mm; together with a Maurice Lacroix Calypso gold plated lady’s wristwatch, ref. 75370, circular white dial, brown lizard strap, quartz, 28mm (2) (Citizen Eco­Drive box) £40­80

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2008. Centaur 9ct wire­lug lady’s wristwatch, Birmingham 1948, 15 jewels, tan leather strap, 22mm £40­60 2009. Bulova Longchamp gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 7631­1, black dial, cal. 10CK 17 jewel unadjusted movement, modern black leather strap, 30mm; together with a DuBois rectangular curved cased stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, case no. 65977, rectangular silvered dial, dust cover, modern brown leather strap, 21mm (2) £50­80 2010. Walker & Hall gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circular silvered dial, MSR K1 17 jewel movement, modern brown leather strap, 33mm; together with a Longines gold plated and stainless steel lady’s wristwatch, circular silvered dial, cal. L817.4 17 jewel unadjusted movement, no. 53034402, modern black leather strap, 21mm (2) £40­80 2011. Sicura Superwaterproof 400 stainless steel divers watch, circular black dial with luminous Arabic numerals and baton markers, minute markers, date aperture and centre seconds, luminous hands, rotating bezel, 23 jewel movement stamped SIC 29, 36mm (lacking strap); together with a further stainless steel divers watch, the circular black dial signed Sharp, rotating bezel, unsigned movement, 40mm (lacking strap) (2) £80­150 2012. Tissot stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, signed 15 jewel movement, no. 4589461, modern black leather strap, 35mm; together with a Tissot Seastar Quartz gold plated gentleman’s bracelet watch, 36mm (at fault), Tissot stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch head, 36mm (at fault) and a Tissot Ballade bicolour lady’s bracelet watch, quartz, 27mm (at fault) (4) £60­100 2013. Osmonds Time Sportsman vintage plastic wristwatch, circa 1974, the dial with Arabic numerals, portraits of the Osmonds and orange centre seconds, red case, white rotating bezel, white rubber strap, 38mm; together with two Mickey Mouse wristwatches, 34mm and 24mm, a Hansel and Gretel wristwatch, 26mm and a Snow White wristwatch, 26mm (5) £60­100 2014. Buren stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 2152, circular black dial with Arabic numerals, date aperture and white centre seconds, black leather strap, 35mm; together with a Chromatic gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, circular silvered dial with baton markers, day/date apertures and centre seconds, black leather strap, 33mm (2) £80­120


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2015. Two Timex gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatches, 33mm and 32mm; together with a Timex oval gold plated and stainless steel lady’s wristwatch, 21mm and a Rotary square cased gold plated and stainless steel bracelet watch, quartz, 28mm £50­100 2016. Two Expert gentleman’s wristwatches; together with a Newmark chrome cased gentleman’s wristwatch, a rectangular nickel cased gentleman’s wristwatch and a further nickel cased gentleman’s wristwatch (5) £60­100 2017. Sekonda gold plated gentleman’s wristwatch, skeleton dial with centre seconds, exhibition case back, cabouchon crown, brown leather strap, 37mm (Sekonda box and guarantee paper); together with a Citizen automatic bicolour gentleman’s bracelet watch, silvered dial with day/date aperture and centre seconds, 36mm (Citizen box, tags, guarantee and instructions booklet) (2) £40­80 2018. Bellini Solar 2000 gentleman’s wristwatch, quartz, 36mm (box and instructions); together with a Pulsar gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, quartz, 34mm, Maine stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, quartz, 38mm, Quemex bicolour gentleman’s bracelet watch, 35mm and a Next stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, quartz, 36mm (4) £60­100 2019. Paketa Russian Perpetual Calendar gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, signed white dial with Roman numerals, day/date/week and year apertures and centre seconds, 2628.H movement, black strap, 40mm (instructions, guarantee from Clockwork & Steam, Oxford dated 7 Sep 1993); together with a Smiths Astrolon stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 16136, exhibition dial with hour and minute markers and red centre seconds, exhibition case back, black leather strap, 35mm (original box, guarantee and letter dated 11/2/72) (2) £80­120 2020. Rectangular gold plated wire­lug gentleman’s wristwatch, rectangular silvered dial signed ETO, with exaggerated Arabic numerals, blued steel hands, unsigned movement, black leather strap, 25mm; together with a square cased gold plated gentleman’s wristwatch, square silvered dial signed Lings, with quarter Arabic numerals, baton markers, date aperture and subsidiary seconds, brown leather strap, 29mm (2) £50­80 2021. Silver cushion cased ‘Waterproof’ gentleman’s wristwatch, import hallmarks Edinburgh 1929, enamel dial inscribed ‘Waterproof, Shock Proof’ with Arabic numerals, minute markers and subsidiary seconds, 15 jewel three adjustments movement inscribed ‘Patent Shock Absorber’, black leather strap, 30mm £40­80

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2022. Silver wire­lug lady’s wristwatch, import hallmarks Glasgow 1931, the dial branded Mappin with Arabic numerals, minute track with five minute divisions, centre seconds and blued steel hands, hinged case, fabric strap, 27mm; together with a Swiss rectangular digital jump hour chrome cased lady’s wristwatch, cal. 210 Cut & Comp. Bal. A.1 15 jewel movement, Patent 104593, black leather strap, 17mm (at fault) and a chrome cased wire­lug lady’s wristwatch, 26mm (3) £60­100 2023. Ingersoll Midget nickel cased pocket watch, signed dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, signed movement, brown leather wristwatch strap holder, 39mm; together with an Ingersoll Wrist wire­ lug nickel cased wristwatch, the dial with Arabic numerals, red twelve and subsidiary seconds, crown at the twelve position, signed movement, brown leather strap, 39mm (2) £60­100 2024. Swiss wire­lug trench style nickel cased wristwatch, enamel dial with Arabic numerals, minute track and subsdiary seconds, unsigned movement, no. 927170, screw case with wire­lugs to the case back, crown at the twelve position, brown leather strap, 39mm (at fault); together with an Aquatic wire­lug trench style nickel cased wristwatch, ref. 1064, enamel dial signed Aquatic with Arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, unsigned movement, screw case signed Aquatic, brown leather strap, 37mm (2) £80­120 2025. Quantity of ladies wristwatches to include Seiko, Fortis, Nelson, Kelton, Incarna, Blancpain, also a Normana ball fob watch and an Ingersoll fob watch with chain (boxed) (10) £30­50 2026. 9ct gold ring watch, silvered dial with Arabic numerals, Swiss 15 jewel movement, 21.5mm x 14mm, 7.5gm, ring size R, boxed £60­100 2027. Roamer Premier 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch with expanding bracelet 17 jewels, 32mm; Eloga 18k lady’s bracelet watch with a plated bracelet; also a gold plated lady’s bracelet watch (3) £60­100 2028. Silver wire­lug wristwatch in need of attention; together with an Omega silver wire­lug wristwatch case and an Omega 9ct lady’s wristwatch head in need of repair (3) £60­100 2029. Tissot Seastar Electronic gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, 36mm; together with a Tissot Seastar Quartz gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, 34mm and a Tissot Seastar automatic gold plated lady’s wristwatch head in need of repair, 23mm (lacking case back) (3) £60­120

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2030. Gold plated lady’s wristwatch head, silvered circular dial signed Omega, Tissot 15 jewel movement, signed Omega case, together with an Omega gold plated lady’s wristwatch head, Omega gold plated and stainless steel lady’s wristwatch case and an Omega wristwatch movement (4) £20­40 2031. Quantity of various wristwatches for repair to include a 9ct lady’s bracelet watch £80­150 2032. Two novelty Snoopy stainless steel wristwatch heads, 25mm and 30mm; together with a novelty Mickey Mouse wristwatch head, 30mm (all in need of repair) (3) £20­50 2033. Two Bulova Accutron gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watches (both with case presentation inscriptions); together with a Smiths Astrolon gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch and a Sicura Quartz Chronoflash LED display stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch (4) £60­100 2034. Selection of wristwatches to include a Buren Grand Prix gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, Grosvenor, Lanco De Luxe, Rotary De Luxe, Kienzle, Hatis, Eterna Executive Quartz 4000 case and a Bernex fob watch (9) £60­100 2035. Three vintage gentleman’s wristwatches for repair to include an Ardath triple calendar with moon phase; Cyma Triplex and a Girrard­ Perregaux Gyromatic (3) (no straps) £80­120 2036. Seven vintage gentleman’s wristwatches, to include a Eloga triple calendar, Bucherer, Certina, Girard­Perregaux, Invicta, GR and Montine, all mechanical (7) (faults) £100­150 2037. Sitex Sports chrome cased wire­lug wristwatch, brown leather strap, 35mm (at fault); together with a chrome cased wire­lug gentleman’s wristwatch, silvered dial inscribed ‘Climax, H. Samuel, Manchester’ with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and blued steel moon hands, 15 jewel, brown leather strap, 30mm (at fault) and a Swiss gunmetal cylinder lady’s wristwatch, modern black leather strap, 30mm (3) £20­40 2038. Casio Quartz 200m diver’s titanium gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. MD­ 703, leather strap, 47mm (at fault); also with a Pierce Waterproof stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch (2) £50­80

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2039. Quantity of wire­lug wristwatches for repair (16) £40­80 2040. Collection of wire­lug wristwatches for repair; together with two wire­ lug wristwatch cases (19) £40­80 2041. Four silver wire­lug wristwatches for repair; together with two silver wire­lug wristwatch cases (6) £40­80 2042. Large quantity of wristwatches principally for repair; together with a quantity of wristwatch cases, bracelets and straps £60­100 2043. Omega Genéve automatic ‘TV Screen’ rectangular stainless steel wristwatch in need of assembly, ref. ST 166 0123 case, cal. 1481 movement, no. 36484900, date ring, dial and modern strap (lacking glass and crown) £100­200 2044. Omega stainless steel wristwatch for repair, circa 1930s, 16 jewel movement, no 9885167, case no. 10460527; together with a further 1930s Omega stainless steel wristwatch for repair, 15 jewel movement, no. 9171645 (2) £100­200 2045. Omega automatic mid­size stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch for repair, 32mm; together with an Omega rectangular cased stainless steel wristwatch for repair, circa 1930s, 15 jewel movement, no. 8196804, case no. 9024588, 20mm (2) £100­200 2046. Omega stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, 15 jewel movement, no. 9685591, 34mm (lacking glass, hands and strap); together with an Omega gold plated and stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch, ref. 136 0102, cal. 1030 movement, no. 35840747, 36mm (lacking crown and strap) (2) £80­150 2047. Omega Seamaster Quartz stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, 35mm; together with an Omega De Ville Quartz gold plated and stainless steel lady’s wristwatch, 20mm (2) £80­120 2048. Omega 14ct lady’s wristwatch, silvered square dial with hour markers, signed cal. 211 17 jewel movement, no. 11938251, black leather strap, 13mm; together with an Omega 18ct lady’s wristwatch case, 4.9gm, 15mm (2) £120­180


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2048A Rolex Oyster wire­lug cushion cased gentleman’s wristwatch, circular silvered dial with baton markers and subsidiary seconds, 32mm (at fault) £200­300 2048B Omega 9ct lady’s bracelet watch, cal. 580 17 jewel movement, 9ct bracelet, 15.7gm, 16mm; together with a lady’s 9ct wire­lug wristwatch, 10.2gm, 21mm and an Eterna 18ct lady’s wristwatch, 12.3gm, 20mm (at fault) (3) £150­200 2048C Waltham silver engine turned half hunter fob watch, 15 jewel, 31mm; together with a gunmetal fob watch (at fault) and a selection of various gentleman’s and ladies wristwatches to include Ingersoll Triumph, Cyma, Rytima, lady’s silver wire­lug wristwatch and Consul, two boxes (some faults) (8) £80­120 2048D 9ct gentleman’s wristwatch, import hallmarks London 1910, circular white enamel dial with Roman numerals, red twelve, and blued steel hands, onion crown, gilt 16 jewel movement inscribed ‘Warranted English’, no. 19002, case no. 12480, black leather strap, 28.4gm, 33mm (at fault) £60­100

WRISTWATCH MOVEMENTS & ACCESSORIES 2049. Quantity of lady’s wristwatch movements £50­80 2050. Selection of wristwatch movements to include a Sicura Super Alarm movement, Zodiac automatic movement for repair and various further automatic, mechanical and quartz movements, also a Zenith buckle £50­80 2051. Quantity of watch movement parts, also an Oriosa gold plated watch head, contained within thirty­two match boxes £20­40 2052. Two tins containing a large quantity of wristwatch, pocket watch and fob watch movements, a quantity of wristwatches for repair and watch cases, also a small quantity of watch parts £100­200 2053. Quantity of various wristwatch movements (approx 100) £80­120 2054. Longines Admiral automatic wristwatch for assembly/repair; together with a selection of wristwatch movements to include four Longines, Movado, Cartier, Tissot £50­80

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2055. Quantity of wristwatch movements (50 approx) £40­80 2056. Quantity of wristwatch movements (80 approx) £60­100 2057. Quantity of wristwatch movements (50 approx) £40­80 2058. Quantity of wristwatch movements (50 approx) £40­80 2059. Tissot ­ five wristwatch movements with dials (5) £20­40 2060. Tissot ­ quantity of ladies wristwatch movements £50­80 2061. Tudor ­ Oyster Prince part wristwatch movement, dial and hands; also two Tudor dials with a part movement £30­50 2062. Rolex and Rolco part wristwatch movements; also five assorted ladies wristwatch movements (7) £30­50 2063. Rolex wristwatch movement parts with a Rolex wristwatch case back, ref. 6694 (engraved), also a quantity of wristwatch movements to include two Rolex, Tudor, four Omega, J.W. Benson, Longines, four Bulova, Zenith and a chronograph movement £60­100 2064. Omega ­ assorted automatic movement parts, mostly 5 Series £40­80 2065. Omega ­ 26.S wristwatch part movement (no balance assembly); also a 94.2 part movement (2) £20­40 2066. Omega ­ six cal. 684 wristwatch movements; together with an Omega cal. 663 wristwatch movement and a selection of movement spares to include automatic rotors £50­80 2067. Omega ­ cal 613 movement with De Ville dial and hands, serial no. 34610597, circa 1972 £30­50

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2068. Omega ­ cal. 244 and 1100 wristwatch movements (2) £30­50

2081. Omega ­ various wristwatch movement parts £50­100

2069. Omega ­ mid­size stainless steel gentleman’s wristwatch for repair; together with an Omega 16 jewel wristwatch movement for repair (2) £50­80

2082. Omega ­ selection of wristwatch movement parts £50­100

2070. Omega ­ quantity of ladies wristwatch movements £60­100 2071. Omega ­ five wristwatch movements to include cal. 561, 505, 565 (lacking rotor), 565 and a 17 jewel automatic ‘bumper’ movement (5) £50­100 2072. Omega ­ ten wristwatch movements (10) £40­80 2073. Omega ­ selection of wristwatch movement spares including an automatic cal. 1010 movement for repair £50­100 2074. Omega ­ eight wristwatch movements to include cal. 269, 1030, 1030, 611, 610 and 420 (8) £80­150 2075. Omega ­ five wristwatch movements to include cal. 562, 562, 1011 and two 17 jewel automatic ‘bumper’ movements (5) £80­120 2076. Omega ­ selection of wristwatch movements to include a Constellation Chronometer Electronic f300Hz cal. 1250, cal. 1300, cal. 268, cal. 565, cal. 1030, cal. 342, cal. 620, cal. 620, cal. 1330 £50­100 2077. Omega ­ Seamaster Cosmic 2000 automatic wristwatch movement, cal. 1022, no. 34308680; together with an Omega cal. 1022 23 jewel movement, no. 41246604 and an Omega Constellation automatic chronometer case, ref, 168.004 £40­80

2083. Omega ­ wristwatch movement spares to include rotors, balances, wheels etc £50­100 2084. Omega ­ four buckles (one lacking bar and pin) (4) £20­40 2085. Omega ­ five buckles (5) £30­50 2086. Omega ­ five buckles (one lacking bar and pin) (5) £40­80 2087. Assorted wristwatch buckles to include Rolex, Omega and Bulova £20­40 2088. Omega ­ quantity of watch crowns; together with an Omega watch stem £50­80 2089. Omega ­ collection of wristwatch cases and case backs £100­200 2090. Omega ­ three watch cases, ref. 166.0209, 166.0202 (inscribed case back), 166.033; together with a selection of watch bracelets £30­60 2091. Omega 9ct lady’s wristwatch case, 3.8gm; together with 9ct Dennison wristwatch case, 5.2gm and an Omega 9ct wristwatch case back, 1.8gm and an 18k Omega lady’s wristwatch dial, 0.7gm (4) (11.5gm) £100­150

2078. Omega ­ quantity of ladies wristwatch movements £80­150

2092. Omega ­ four watch cases to include references 10406909, 165.022, 166.079, 166.036 (4) £60­100

2079. Omega ­ assortment of ladies wristwatch movements £80­120

2093. Quantity of protective watch guards £60­100

2080. Omega ­ cal. 613 movement; together with a quantity of Omega wristwatch movement spares to include stems, wheels etc £30­50

2094. Selection of new/old stock wristwatch cases £30­50

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2095. Omega ­ Omega Constellation automatic chronometer ‘pie pan’ watch dial; together with an Omega Constellation automatic chronometer watch dial, a selection of Omega watch dials and two chronograph pushers (11) £80­120 2096. Omega ­ Constellation and Seamaster champagne wristwatch dials (2) £30­50 2097. Omega ­ collection of assorted vintage wristwatch dials (16) £40­80 2098. Omega ­ nine automatic wristwatch dials including two Omega Geneve Dynamic dials and an Omega Seamaster Cosmic dial (9) £50­80 2099. Omega ­ selection of Omega wristwatch dials £40­80 2100. Rolex ­ 3135 Datejust champagne dial; also 3135 movement plates £50­80 2101. Selection of various wristwatch dials £30­50 2102. Selection of various watch dials £30­50 2103. Quantity of wristwatch dials; together with a quantity of watch bracelets and a bag containing a quantity of clock winders £40­80 2104. Large quantity of wristwatch dials £40­60 2105. Sekonda chronograph wristwatch dial; together with a selection of other wristwatch dials to include Tissot, Ebel and others £30­50 2106. Set of vintage Rolex Milgauss lightening hands, for the model 6541 £140­180 2107. Six drawer wooden chest containing a quantity of various watch hands £100­200

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2108. Six drawer wooden chest containing a quantity of various watch hands £100­200 2109. Six drawer wooden chest containing a quantity of watch and clock parts to include click springs, return bars, hands, stopwatch/chronograph parts including chronograph pushers £80­150 2110. Six drawer wooden chest containing a quantity of various automatic watch parts within named cases to include Helvetia, Rolex, Tudor, Seiko, Poljot, Tissot, Junghans, Oris, ETA, Felsa, EB £100­300 2111. Six drawer wooden chest containing a quantity of crown/ratchet wheels within named cases to include AS, Amida, Oris, Junghans, Kienzle, Helvetia, Lanco, Cyma, EB, ETA, Seiko, Timex, Smiths £80­150 2112. Seven drawer wooden chest; together with a six drawer wooden chest, both containing a quantity of watch balances and balance staffs £60­100 2113. Two Favourite wooden drawers containing a quantity of numbered Favourite watch hands £100­200 2114. Two wooden drawers containing a quantity of numbered Favourite watch hands £100­200 2115. Two wooden drawers containing a quantity of numbered Favourite watch hands £100­200 2116. Twenty­one drawer chest containing a large quantity of balance staffs and stems within named cases £200­400 2117. Five drawer chest containing a quantity of watch hands, winding stems and fixing clamps; together with a single drawer chest (2) £20­30 2118. Two­drawer wooden chest and five wooden cases containing a quantity of watch glasses £60­100

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2119. Quantity of watch chatons, clicksprings and wristwatch movements (mostly quartz) £60­100 2120. Quantity of watch mainsprings £30­50 2121. Quantity of watch mainsprings £30­50 2122. Quantity of assorted watch and pocket watch movements for spares or repair; together with a quantity of wristwatches for repair to include a nickel cased wire­lug wristwatch, silver gentleman’s wristwatch, Hercules Pirma Super 21 gentleman’s wristwatch, Orator Stop chronograph wristwatch, Timex and Kienzle £40­80 2123. Quantity of watch service manuals and parts catalogues to include Sekonda, Timex, Ronda, Favorite, Renata, Bestfit £10­20 2124. Drawer containing an assortment of watch parts to include wheels, pinions, balances etc £40­80 2125. Drawer containing an assortment of watch parts to include balances and wheels etc £40­80 2126. Drawer containing an assortment of watch parts to include balances, stems, wheels, springs, levers, buttons etc £40­80 2127. Drawer containing an assortment of watch parts to include springs, wheels etc £40­80

WRISTWATCH BOXES 2130. Longines watch box; together with a selection of wristwatch, pocket watch and fob watch boxes £40­80 2131. Large Longines watch box with outer cardboard cover; together with two Longines watch boxes (3) £20­40 2132. Two Longines watch boxes; together with a Longines watch pouch (3) £30­50 2133. Two Oris watch boxes £10­20 2134. Two Oris watch boxes £10­20 2135. Three Tissot watch boxes (one at fault and lacking display cushion) £10­20 2135A. Three Tissot watch boxes, two with outer cardboard sleeves £10­20 2136. Tag Heuer Connected watch box; together with two Tag Heuer watch boxes (lacking display cushions) (3) £20­40 2137. Tag Heuer Aston Martin Red Bull Racing watch box; together with two Tag Heuer watch boxes (one lacking display cushion) (3) £20­40 2138. Rolex leather watch box, ref. 53 0001 (lacking watch display) £10­20 2139. Omega ­ two red Omega watch boxes (one lacking watch display); together with a further Omega watch box with outer cardboard cover (3) £40­60

2128. Drawer containing an assortment of watch parts to include pinions, wheels, screws etc £40­80

2140. Omega ­ two red Omega ladies watch boxes; together with a vintage leather Omega watch box (3) £40­60

2129. Breitling ­ two Pro Diver wristwatch black rubber straps with buckles, ref. 110S 120 18­17 (2) £30­50

2141. Two vintage Girard­Perregaux watch boxes (2) £30­50

2129A. Large quantity of wristwatch straps £60­80

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2143. Selection of watch boxes to include two Baume & Mercier, Ulysse Nardin, Corum and Oris (Ulysse Nardin lacking watch display) (5) £40­80 2144. Selection of watch boxes to include two TW Steel Toyo Tyres, four Fossil watch tins, two Breil, Boss, Citizen (lacking top) and Guess (12) £40­80 2145. Six various Raymond Weil watch boxes to include Raymond Weil ‘Beatles Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’, Raymond Weil ‘The Beatles’, Raymond Weil W1 watch tin and two further Raymond Weil watch boxes (6) £40­80 2146. Selection of five watch boxes to include two Omega, two Maurice Lacroix and Tissot (5) (Maurice Lacroix with incorrect watch display) £30­60 2147. Selection of watch boxes and pouches to include Universal Geneve, Zenith, Piaget, Smiths, Garrard & Co., Tissot (6) £30­50 2148. Advertising ‘Submariner’ blue dial wall clock, quartz, 13.25’’ approx £150­250

WATCH TOOLS 2149. Omega watch opening tool (cased); together with three Tissot watch opening tools (cased) (4) £40­80 2150. Quantity of tools from a watchmakers workshop to include a microscope, two UV lights, lamp etc £50­100 2151. Two tools for cutting unbreakable watch glasses £50­100 2152. Box containing a selection of various tools, also a small quantity of watch spares, clock glasses and Clocks & Watches in Colour, hardback £30­50 2153. Ime watchmaker’s lathe; together with an Elma watch cleaner (2) £60­100 2154. Bergeon watch water resistance tester for watch cases, ref. 555/98 £200­300 2155­2160 NO LOT

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POCKET WATCHES/ WATCHES FOR REPAIR 2161. Waltham gold plated lever pocket watch, circa 1928, signed 15 jewel movement, no. 26670657 with compensated balance and regulator, signed dial with Arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, plain case, 51mm (case at fault); together with a Waltham gold plated lever half hunter pocket watch, circa 1906, signed 15 jewel movement, no. 14556238, with compensated balance and regulator, the dial signed Saunders Waltham Watch Depot, 3 Southampton Row, London, with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, plain case, 47mm (2) £80­120 2162. H. Samuel, Manchester ‘Acme Lever’ silver engine turned pocket watch, 51mm (key); together with a silver lever engine turned pocket watch, Birmingham 1894, 52mm (key) (2) £40­80 2163. Continental white metal cylinder fob watch, three­quarter plate movement with gilt three arm balance and regulator, the engraved silver dial with Roman numerals, within an engine turned case marked ‘Argent T13’, 42mm (at fault) £10­20 2164. CWC Military issue six second chrome cased pocket stopwatch, 51mm; together with a Precista Military issue metal cased pocket stopwatch, 50mm and a Cyma chrome cased pocket stopwatch, 57mm £50­80 2165. Omega stopwatch, ref. MG6301 circa 1970s, 54mm £50­80 2166. Silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1833, unsigned movement, no. 887 with steel three arm balance and silvered regulating scale, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, plain case, 50mm (at fault); together with a silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1833, the movement signed Will Young, Dundee, no. 16470, with engraved balance cock with mask, diamond endstone, steel three arm balance and Bosley type regulator, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, within an engine turned case, 51mm (at fault) (2) £80­120 2167. Silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1834, the movement signed Alex Purvis, No. 4 North Audley, Grosvenor Square, London, no. 2005, with plain balance cock inscribed ‘Patent’, diamond endstone, gilt three arm balance and silvered regulating scale, the dial inscribed ‘Patent’ with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, plain case, 53mm (at fault); together with a silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1830, the movement signed Yeomans with plain balance cock, steel three arm balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, plain case, 53mm (at fault) (2) £80­120 GARDINER HOULGATE

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2168. Seven Ingersoll pocket watches to include Legion, Triumph, Revally alarm, Yankee, Leader, Crown and an Elizabeth II Coronation example (7) £60­100 2169. White metal lever pocket watch, the unsigned movement with compensated balance and regulator, no. 152406, 54mm; together with an H. Samuel Patent Lever silver (0.935) engine turned pocket watch, 51mm (in need of attention) and a silver ‘Warranted English Lever’ engine turned pocket watch, Birmingham 1902, the movement with compensated balance and regulator, branded dial, 51mm, three keys (3) £80­120 2170. Continental silver (0.800) lever pocket watch, the bar movement signed A. Walker, Baden, with compensated balance and regulator, PAT 5067, inscribed cuvette, the dial with Roman numerals, five minute divisions and subsidiary seconds, 48mm; together with a silver (0.935) lever pocket watch, plain frosted movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial inscribed ‘Faunette’ with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, the case with engraved initials, 49mm (2) £40­80 2171. Waterbury Series L small duplex nickel cased pocket watch, 42mm; together with a Waterbury nickel cased engine turned duplex pocket watch, 48mm (2) £30­50 2172. Waltham Admiralty PATT. 6 chrome cased pocket stopwatch, signed 9 jewel movement, screw case with arrow and markings ‘PATT. 6 U3536’, 57mm, boxed (at fault); together with an Excelsior chrome cased cylinder pocket stopwatch, 54mm, Bentima ‘Best Centre Seconds Chronograph chrome cased pocket watch, 50mm and a chrome cased ‘Sports Recorder’ chronograph pocket watch, with leather strap, clasp and T­bar, 49mm (4) £40­80 2173. Smiths pocket stopwatch, 68mm; together with a Smiths Yachting Timer chrome cased pocket stopwatch and a Smiths ‘Time Teacher’ pocket watch, with original box, guarantee paper and receipt, 54mm (3) £15­30 2174. Silver lever pocket watch, import hallmarks London 1916, three­ quarter plate gilt frosted movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, plain case, 50mm; together with three white metal (0.800) cylinder pocket watches (one at fault and one in need of attention) (4) £60­100 2175. Two silver (0.935) cylinder engine turned pocket watches, 45mm and 48mm (2) £60­100

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2176. Zanco ‘Railway Regulator’ chrome cased pocket watch, the case engraved with a locomotive, 49mm; together with a gunmetal lever pocket watch with exhibition dial, 51mm, a white metal cylinder engine turned pocket watch, the movement and dial signed Badollet Geneve, 43mm, a Continental cylinder engraved hunter pocket watch, 48mm and a nickel case lever pocket watch, 15 jewel, screw case, 51mm (at fault), two keys (5) £80­120 2177. Novelty reptile skin bound nickel square cased folding pendant watch, the square silvered dial with luminous Arabic numerals, 37mm (requires service); silver wire­lug wristwatch with an expanding bracelet, 34mm; also a gunmetal cylinder fob watch, 32mm (3) £60­100 2178. Lever travel time piece signed Mallory, Bath to the dial, 66.5mm diameter; gold plated lever pocket watch and two silver pocket watches (4) £50­100 2179. Omega nickel cased lever pocket watch, no. 6056478, 49mm; also a Montine railway chrome plated pocket watch ‘BR (S) 9517’, 48.5mm (2) £40­80 2180. Two Lemania chrome plated stopwatches, 50mm (2) £40­80 2181. Military nickel cased pocket stopwatch for repair, the case back with Military markings ‘AM 6B/221, 125/41’, 52mm; together with a nickel cased fob watch for repair, the dial marked ‘The Always Right’, 36mm, Military style stainless steel wristwatch for repair, the dial marked with a propeller plane, 15 jewel three adjs movement, the case back inscribed ‘D. Bellerby, 20.11.40’, 40mm and two eight day car clocks for repair (5) £80­100 2182. George III silver pair cased verge pocket watch, London 1809, the fusee movement signed Henry Smith, London, no. 839, white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, 59mm (movement at fault); together with another silver pair cased verge pocket watch for repair (2) £60­100 2183. Quantity of nickel, chrome and gunmetal pocket and fob watches mostly for repair, contained within a metal storage case; also a quantity of various tins and cases £80­150


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2184. Ingersoll Trenton gold plated lever hunter pocket watch for repair; together with a Pluto gold plated lever pocket watch for repair, gold plated pocket watch case with Waltham movement for repair, gold plated hunter pocket watch for repair and a gold plated half hunter pocket watch for repair (5) £100­200 2185. Eight silver pocket watches for repair; together with four silver fob watches for repair and a silver pocket watch case (13) £80­120 2186. Quantity of nickel, gunmetal and gold plated pocket watches for repair, including a gunmetal alarm pocket watch, also a Lancashire Watch Co pocket watch dial, Bulova chrome pocket watch case and three pocket watch winding crowns £60­100 2187. Waltham gold plated lever pocket watch, signed movement with compensated balance and regulating scale, no. 7406970, signed dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, plain screw case, 55mm (at fault); together with a Waltham chrome cased pocket stopwatch, 51mm (2) £20­40 2188. British Military Army General Service Mark II issue nickel cased lever pocket watch, the gilt frosted movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, the case with Military arrow and issue markings ‘G.S. MKII, A 75805’, 52mm (at fault); together with a silver cylinder engine turned pocket watch, London 1882, gilt frosted movement with gilt three arm balance and regulator, inscribed cuvette, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, 52mm, key (2) £40­80 2189. Baume Geneve small silver cylinder engraved pocket watch, signed frosted bar movement with gilt three arm balance and regulator, the signed dial with Roman numerals and minute track, within an intricately engraved case, 42mm (at fault); together with a J. W. Benson silver lever pocket watch, Birmingham 1923, signed 15 jewel adjusted movement, ref. 939a, signed dial with Arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, within an engine turned Dennison case, 49mm (2) £60­100 2190. Two gunmetal alarm pocket watches, 51mm (alarms at fault) (2) £20­40

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2191. Mahlen nickel cased lever pocket watch, 7 jewel, 51mm; together with two chrome cased lever pocket watches (one at fault) and an Ansonia gold plated pocket watch (at fault) (4) £30­60 2192. Two gunmetal lever fob watches; together with a gunmetal cylinder fob watch and a silver cylinder engraved fob watch (three at fault) (4) £20­40 2193. 14ct half hunter lever pocket watch for repair, 78.9gm, 47.5mm £200­300 2194. George III silver verge pair cased pocket watch, London 1809, the fusee movement signed F. Congreve, London, no. 87244, enamel ‘name’ dial (John Cobb 1811), case maker ‘BW’ (Benjamin Webb), 56mm; with two keys (in need of repair) £50­80 2195. Three Turkish market pocket watches for repair; together with a selection of Turkish market pocket watch movements for repair and a pocket watch case £100­150 2196. Seven verge pocket watches for repair (7) £100­150 2197. Nickel cased lever Goliath watch for spares or repair, 4’’; together with a nickel Goliath watch case with dial, 3.25’’ (2) £20­40 2198. Small gunmetal calendar pocket watch for repair, 45mm; together with a small nickel cased calendar pocket watch for repair, 43mm (2) £100­150 2199. Omega nickel cased lever pocket watch, signed 15 jewel adj. two positions movement, no. 6584890, signed dial with Arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, signed case, 49mm (in need of attention); together with an Omega nickel cased lever hunter engine turned pocket watch in need of repair, signed movement, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, signed case, 50mm (2) £80­120 2200. Quantity of Military pocket watches and a Military pocket stopwatch (principally for repair); together with two Military pocket watch cases £80­120

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POCKET WATCH MOVEMENTS & ACCESSORIES 2201. Two Omega pocket watch movements; together with a small selection of pocket watch and fob watch movements principally for repair, lever pocket watch for repair, small quantity of pocket watch crowns and stems and miscellaneous parts £40­80 2202. Quantity of various fob watch movements with enamel dials contained within a metal storage case £80­120 2203. Quantity of various fob watch movements, some with gilt and silvered dials, contained within a metal storage case £80­120 2204. Selection of various pocket watch movements mostly for repair; together with a quantity of pocket watch movement parts, contained within a metal storage case £80­120 2205. Selection of pocket watch movements to include a Jon Moncus, Liverpool fusee lever movement, fusee lever ‘Liverpool jewelled’ movement, fusee verge movement signed John Edmonds, five lever movements, three cylinder movements and two fusee lever movements (some at fault) (13) £80­120 2206. Quantity of various pocket watch and fob watch movements for repair to include a selection of Waltham movements £60­100

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2207. Large quantity of pocket watch movements principally for repair £80­150 2208. American Watch Co. Waltham. Mass. split seconds chronograph pocket watch movement, no. 2718739, gilt three­quarter plate with lever escapement, compensated balance, blued steel balance spring, gilt engraved bridge, regulator and safety pinion, engraved ‘Pat. Sept. 28.80. Eng. Pat. No. 3224’, signed dial with Roman numerals, minute track, outer red five minute divisions and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, 42mm £120­180 2209. Two early English fusee verge pocket watch movements for repair, makers Edw’d Hemmen, London and Will’m Grant, London (2) £50­100 2210. Continental cylinder repeating pocket watch movement, with gilt three arm balance, regulator and gong, inscribed hinged cuvette with winding hole signed Perrin Freres, the enamel dial with Arabic numerals, minute markers and blued steel hands, 51mm £80­150 2211. 19th century fusee rack lever repeating pocket watch movement, signed Lam’t Brothers & Co, Liverpool, no. 2356, with engraved balance cock, steel three arm balance, Bosley type regulator, Liverpool jewelling and hammers striking a gong, 47mm (lacking dial) £100­200 2212. Fifteen fusee lever and lever pocket watch movements, including J.W. Benson London, Jos Beringer Belfast, Marshall & Sons Edinburgh, John Myers & Co London, Jas Ritchie & Son Edinburgh, Josh Collings Cardiff (three lacking dials) £80­150


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2213. Ten fusee lever pocket watch movements with dials, including Tobias Liverpool, Hargreaves Liverpool, Foster Bishops Castle, Myers & Co London, Johnson Liverpool, Wood Manchester £80­150 2214. Ten fusee verge pocket watch movements, including Brewin London, Holdway London, Clarke London, Levy Ipswich, Chambley Newcastle (one at fault) £150­250 2215. Selection of pocket watch movements to include fusee verge, fusee lever including Massey escapement examples and fusee cylinder (four lacking dials) £100­200 2216. Quantity of various pocket watch movements to include J.W. Benson, Fattorini, Glashutter, Lagaros etc £80­120 2217. Quantity of Waltham and Elgin pocket watch movements, also two Waltham protective cases and a quantity of Waltham Watch Co. case papers £80­120 2218. Seven John Forrest pocket watch movements for repair (7) £60­100 2219. Thirteen J.W. Benson pocket watch movements principally for repair (13) £80­120 2220. Ten J.W. Benson pocket watch movements principally for repair; together with a selection of J.W. Benson pocket watch dials £80­150 2221. Ten fusee lever and lever pocket watch movements to include Chas. Ratcliff, Sir John Bennett, Barraud & Lund, Cooper, Army & Navy Co operative Society, J. Johnson, Russell, Kemp Brothers, Camerer, Cuss & Co (10) £50­80 2222. Four verge pocket watch movements for repair to include Rob’t Sampson, Goodhugh Sen’r, Chas Ashley, Rich Retallick (4) £80­150 2223. Three pocket watch dials to include Waltham and Smiths (3) £10­20

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2224. Quantity of enamel pocket watch dials £40­80 2225. Quantity of enamel fob watch dials; together with a quantity of gilt and silvered pocket watch and fob watch dials £40­80 2226. Quantity of pocket watch and fob watch dials £40­80 2227. Quantity of signed pocket watch and fob watch dials £30­50 2228. Quantity of pocket watch and wristwatch glasses; together with a quantity of watch mainsprings, clock hands, barometer mirrors and a selection of empty storage cases £50­80 2229. Gold plated pocket watch and fob watch cases to include two hunter pocket watch cases, two hunter fob watch cases and one half hunter case (8) £100­200 2230. Quantity of pocket watch spares to include wheels, bows, balances, dust covers, stems, balance cocks etc £40­80 2231. Five leather pocket watch and fob holders to convert to a wristwatch; together with three brass Miners pocket watch cases (8) £70­100

POCKET WATCH ALBERTS & KEYS 2232. Two silver watch chains with clasps; together with two silver curb graduated watch chains (one with clasp) and a quantity of T­bars and clasps (5) £80­150 2233. Silver graduated curb watch chain with silver T­bar and clasp; together with a silver curb watch Albert chain with silver T­bar and clasp and a further watch chain with T­bar and clasp, the T­bar stamped ‘Mexican Silver, JR’ (3) £80­120

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2234. Silver watch Albert chain with T­bar and clasp; together with a further watch chain with silver T­bar and end ring (chain not hallmarked) £50­80 2235. Silver curb watch Albert chain with T­bar and clasp; together with a silver double strand watch Albert chain with slide, T­bar and clasp and a further watch Albert chain with T­bar and clasp (3) £80­150 2236. Two silver curb double watch Albert chains, both with silver T­bar and two silver clasps £80­150 2237. Silver curb double watch Albert with T­bar, two silver clasps and silver medallion; together with a curb watch chain with ‘New Era Academy of Drama and Music, London Easter 1944 Elocution’ medal, inscribed ‘Gwyneth H. Deacon’ and T­bar, also a further watch chain (3) £70­100 2238. Twenty­six pocket watch keys (26) £50­80

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2239. Twenty­six pocket watch keys (26) £50­80

POCKET WATCH STANDS 2240. Metal wall watch holder with two copies of James J Niehaus ­ A Guide to Watch Holders and various copy articles and research papers relating to watch holders; together with a collection of various pocket watch protective cases and pocket watch movement exhibition protective cases to include five signed Waltham £60­100 2241. Papier maché easel pocket watch stand; together with four further pocket watch stands and two wooden pocket watch travel display boxes £100­150 2242. Attractive coromandel brass studded watch stand, with hinged curved lid and stand, 4.25” long (key) £45­65

The next Watch Sale will be on Wednesday 20th & Friday 22nd May 2020 Entries are now invited until the 24th April. Please contact David Hare or Joby Hobbs for further details. David.hare@gardinerhoulgate.co.uk Joby.hobbs@gardinerhoulgate.co.uk Find us on Facebook

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We are excited to introduce GH Live, enabling our clients to bid online. It also offers a host of other exciting features including ‘automated bids’, sale updates, personal watch lists, speedy payment options, bid and invoice history all in one place. Registration on the Gardiner Houlgate website (www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk) will be required and once your account has been created you will be able to login and register to bid in any of our specialist auctions. Please note an additional premium of 2.5% will be levied for using this service The­Saleroom.com has recently announced a rise in their online bidding fees, increasing to 4.95%. We will continue to run this platform for our specialist auctions, enabling clients to choose their preferred platform option.

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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.

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. 14. Release of Goods

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.

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 third­party 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

3. Auctioneer’s discretion

15. Definitions and interpretation

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

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.

2. Ascertainment of the Buyer

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.

16. 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. 17. 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.

6. Anti­Money Laundering Policy

These lots are indicated in catalogues by the use of the following symbol *

Clients registering to bid and transacting business with us must provide relevant documentation in order to prove their identity and place of residence prior to their registration and bids being accepted.

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%

For clients wishing to spend potentially over £10,000 in a single transaction, a copy of your documents presented will retained for AML purposes only, in accordance with the current GDPR regulations and our Privacy Policy

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

7. Payments Methods of payment include direct bank transfer, debit card, credit card, cash to a maximum of £8,500, 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. 8. 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.

Temporary Importation should affect only private individual buyers who are resident within the EU. Anyone who is registered for VAT in the EU should be able to recover the VAT on the Buyer’s Premium either on their VAT returns or through the 8th Directive Refund Scheme. Any non­EU buyer who exports the lots from the EU will be able to have the VAT refunded provided the appropriate export regulations are complied with 18. 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

9. Catalogue Descriptions

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

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.

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

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

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

10. Forgeries

19. CITES Restrictions

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

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. 11. 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.

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 Import/Export It is the buyers responsibility to obtain the correct import/export licenses and CITES licenses for items which they have purchased. Gardiner Houlgate take no responsibility for the export of goods.

12. The Premium

20. Gemstones

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

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

Additional premium of 2.5% + VAT of the hammer price will be incurred when bidding via the online platform ‘GH Live’ Live bidding will also available via the­saleroom.com, additional premium of 4.95% + VAT at the imposed rate will be incurred on the hammer price. 13. 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

21. Artists Resale Rights (or Droit de Suite) On certain lots marked in the catalogues and which are sold for a hammer price of 1000 Euros or greater (converted into the currency of the sale using The Design and Artists Copyright Society threshold calculator on the date of the Sale) the Additional Premium will be the percentage of the amount of the Hammer Price calculated as follows: 0­50,000 Euros 4% 50,000.01 to 200,000 3% 200,000.01 to 350,000 1% 350,000.01 to 500,000 0.5% Exceeding 500,000 0.25%


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G ARD DINER H OUL GATE T H E S P E C I A L I S T AU C T I O N E E R S DIRECTIONS TO OUR O CORS RSHA AM M HEADQU UART ARTER RS S M4 From

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Go straight through the esstate e and take the las turning on the right before emee eting the public road again, just past Linpacc and d opposite Corsham Print. The Bath Aucti A ion Rooms are at the end of the road facin ng you.

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Total time from Junction 17 1 ­ 10­15 minutes Total time from central Baath ­ 15 minutes Travelling by Train ­ we re ecom mmend Chippenham Station

Gardiner Houlgate, 9 Leafield Way, Corsham, Nr Bath SN13 9SW Telephone: 01225 81 12912 Fax: 01225 811777

E­mail: auctions@gard dinerhoulgate.co.uk www.gardinerhoulgatte. te co.uk


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G ARDINER H O U L G AT E

T H E S P E C I A L I S T AU C T I O N E E R S

9 Leafield Way, Corsham, Nr Bath, SN13 9SW Telep e hone: 01225 812912 Email: au uctions@gardinerhoulgate.co.u o k www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk ww ww.watch­auctions.co.uk @ghwatchauctions

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