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Coming up for sale in this upcoming Specialist Watch sale! Lot 75 -Very fine and extremely rare Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch with the 3-6-9 Explorer dial and pointed crown guard case, ref. 5512/5513 Estimate £150,000-200,000

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DAY-ONE FINE CLOCKS & RELATED ITEMS Thursday 21st October 2021 at 12:30pm


The David Barnes Collection of Railway Clocks & Related Items LOTS 1001-1050 David Barnes (1935-2021) had steam train smoke in his blood! The son of a railwayman he started an engineering apprenticeship at the age of 14 at the Swindon Railway works, the home of the GWR, affectionately known as 'God''s Wonderful Railway'. One of his first jobs was to clean the inside of steam train boilers illuminated only by a candle! Highlights and often repeated stories included riding on the footplate of a steam engine going full throttle at 90mph and the arrival of the King Class George V locomotive in for repairs. David remained a passionate GWR man throughout his life, managing and thrilled by one last trip “down the line” the week before he passed away. He spent his working life on the railways apart from a short period of national service in the RAF working on the iconic Vulcan bomber. David loved great engineering. His other great love was antiques,: along with his wife Barbara he founded and ran the Swindon Antique Collectors club for many years. Their collection included Arts & Craft furniture, Cornish copper, pottery and paintings along with a wide range of English and Oriental porcelain. The passion that united his interests was railway clocks. When the Swindon Railway works closed in 1986, David, who by then was in charge of over 1,000 workers, took the opportunity to buy many of the original GWR clocks used in the works. He built his own clock workshop and over time had a collection of over 100 clocks as well as railway memorabilia added to from regular trips to BR Collector’s Corner. Some clocks were restored, sold and usually delivered in person by train. Each one included precise detail on care and maintenance with instructions to wind them every Sunday morning – he liked to think of all his clocks around the world being wound at the same time. His family hope you enjoy these iconic clocks as much as he did and appreciate the great period in history and engineering that they represent.

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WATCHES 1001. London, Midland and Scottish Railway (L.M.S.) Elgin nickel cased lever pocket watch, circa 1904, signed movement, no. 10210644 with compensated balance, regulator and safety pinion, signed dial with Roman numerals, minute track with red five minute divisions and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, screw bezel, the case back with railway markings 'L.M.S. 3175', case no. 2980, 58mm £80-120 1002. London, Midland and Scottish Railway (L.M.S.R) Lonville nickel cased lever pocket watch, signed movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, screw case, the case back with railway markings 'L.M & S.R 3943', 58mm £80-120 1003. Great Western Railway (G.W.R.) Limit No.2 nickel cased lever pocket watch, signed movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with railway markings 'G.W.R. 03262', Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, screw case, the case back with railway markings 'G.W.R. 03262', case no. 3712915, 54mm £200-300 1004. Great Western Railway (G.W.R.) Record nickel cased lever pocket watch, signed 15 jewel movement with compensated balance and regulator, signed dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, screw case, the case back with railway markings 'G.W.R. 0.1577', case no. 1138189, 58mm £200-300

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1005. London and North Eastern Railway (L.N.E.R.) nickel cased lever pocket watch, cal. 534 15 jewel movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, screw case, the case back with railway markings 'L.N.E.R. 1753', case no. 1468942, 58mm £120-180 1006. London, Brighton and South Coast Railway (L.B.S.C.R.Co.) nickel cased lever pocket watch, the movement with compensated balance and regulator, the dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, screw case signed La Pive, the case back with railway markings 'L.B.S.C.R.Co. Passanger, 637', 57mm £200-400

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1007. British Railway (B.R.) Midland Region Smiths De Luxe 9ct gentleman's wristwatch, Birmingham 1957, circular silvered dial with applied gilt Arabic numerals, minute markers and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, C388124 15 jewel movement, British Railway presentation inscription to the case back, within a Dennison case, no. 822536, black leather strap, 31mm £100-150 1008. Deacon & Son (Swindon) Ltd Anniversary limited edition 'King George V' gold plated skeleton half hunter lever pocket watch, limited edition no. 108/175, skeletonised movement, exhibition cuvette, the dial signed Deacons and depicting the King George V name plate and locomotive, Roman numerals and minute markers, within a plain case stamped GWR and numbered 108/175 to the inside back cover, 54mm ** Original presentation box. Produced in a limited number of 175 pieces by Deacon & Son (Swindon) Ltd to celebrate the 175th anniversary of New Swindon, 1841-2016, founded by the creation of the GWR railway works. The pocket watch features GWR's most famous 4-6-0 express passenger locomotive King George V. Further information is available: https://www.deacons-jewellers.com/pdfs/kg5_booklet.pdf £100-150 1009. Victorian silver fusee lever pocket watch of Railway Interest, London 1870, the movement signed Jon Jas Tosen South Eastern Railway, London Bridge, no. 13734, with plain balance cock, steel three arm balance and silvered regulating scale, dust cover, signed dial with Roman numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds, gilt hands, within a plain case with engraved cartouche, case maker 'P.W' (Philip Woodman & Sons), 50mm (in need of attention) £50-80

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1012 (Description on page 7) 1010. Rare Hereford, Hay and Brecon Railway (HH&B) James Joyce of Whitchurch large nickel cased lever pocket watch, the movement signed Jas Joyce, Whitchurch, no. 55121, with engraved balance cock, steel three arm balance and silvered regulating scale, signed dial with bold Roman numerals and minute track, blued steel hands, within a plain case with railway markings 'HH&B, No 6.', 63mm ** with Pouch £800-1200 1011. Curb watch Albert chain with 'National Union Of Railwaymen' fob, two clasps and key; together with a silver curb watch Albert chain with two silver clasps and silver T-bar; graduated curb watch chain with clasp, T-bar and key; graduated curb watch chain with clasp, silver 'Khashani' fob, and further fob; white metal rope chain with clasp and bar; 'star' fob on a short curb chain and three pocket watch keys on a clasp (7) £60-100 GARDINER HOULGATE


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Clocks 1012. London, Midland and Scottish Railway (L.M.S.R) mahogany single fusee 12" wall dial clock signed John Walker, 1, South Molton St, London, 13919, within a turned surround, stamped to the front plate 'T&R 15185' (with numbered pendulum & key) £500-800

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1013. Great Western Railway (G.W.R) mahogany single fusee 12" drop dial wall clock, within a turned surround over a canted front fitted with a hinged door, bearing an ivorene plaque to the left hand side inscribed 'G.W.R. 140' (pendulum & door key) £1000-1500 1014. Great Western Railway (G.W.R) walnut single fusee 8" wall dial clock within a turned surround, inscribed 'GWR 3211' on the dial and on an ivorine plaque fixed to the left hand side of the case (pendulum) ** Purchased direct from the Regional Supplies Manager of British Rail (Western) in June 1986 £500-800 1015. London North Eastern Railway (L.N.E.R) oak single fusee 12" wall dial clock within a turned surround, no. 12545 (pendulum) ** Purchased from British Rail, London Midland Region - Euston Station 28/04/90 £400-600 1016. London, Midland and Scottish Railway (L.M.S) mahogany 10" drop dial wall clock, within a turned surround, inscribed 'L.M.S. 9144' on the dial and an oval brass plate fixed to the lower front of the drop (pendulum & 9144 numbered key) £400-600

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1017. Great Western Railway (G.W.R) single fusee 12" wall dial clock, inscribed 'G W R, Swindon', within a turned surround (pendulum) £200-400 1018. Mahogany single fusee 8" wall dial clock signed 'JNO Walker, London 1653', within a turned surround (pendulum & key) **The original paper dial has been retained £400-600

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1019. Great Western Railway (G.W.R) mahogany single fusee 12" wall dial clock within a turned surround, bearing a rectangular brass plate to the right hand side inscribed 'G.W.R., SC 1000' (pendulum & key) £400-600 1020. Great Western Railway (G.W.R) oak single fusee 12" wall dial clock, inscribed 'G.W.R. 3726' on an ivorine plaque fixed to the left hand side (pendulum & key) £400-600 1021. Great Western Railway (G.W.R) mahogany single train mantel clock, bearing an ivorine plaque fixed to the base inscribed 'G.W.R. 1080', the 6" cream dial with slow/fast lever at 12 o'clock, within a rounded arched stepped case, 12.25" high £400-600

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1022. Walnut single fusee 12" railway wall dial clock signed John Smith, Midland Clock Works, Queen St., 15503 within a turned surround (pendulum & key) ** Purchased from British Rail, London Midland Region, Euston Station in May 1990 £400-600

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1023. Great Western Railway (G.W.R) mahogany 12" drop dial wall clock, within a turned surround, inscribed 'G.W.R 1895' on an ivorine plaque fixed to the left hand side, (pendulum & keys) ** purchased from British Railways Board Swindon, 3 August 1988 £1000-1500 1024. Great Western Railway (G.W.R) rosewood single train mantel clock with Lenz Kirch movement stamped 1000000/670154, inscribed 'G.W.R. 1179' on a rectangular ivorine plaque fitted inside the base, the 6" silvered dial within a rounded arched glazed stepped case, 13.5" high (pendulum & key) ** This clock was formerly fitted with brass pierced fish scale side panels which have now been glazed. The convex dial glass is in need of re-attaching to the bezel £400-600 1025. British Railway (Eastern Region) ebonised single fusee 12" wall dial railway clock inscribed 'B.R.(E) 9221', within a turned surround (pendulum & key) **Purchased from British Rail, London Midland region - Euston station 9 April 1992 £500-800

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1026. British Railway (Western Region) oak 12" drop dial wall clock, the dial inscribed B.R. with twenty four hour black and red Arabic numerals, within a turned surround over a plain drop, inscribed 'B.R-W.R 4792' on on ivorine plaque fixed to the left hand side (pendulum & key) ** Purchased direct from British Railways Board, Swindon, 2 February 1989 £500-800 1027. London, Midland and Scottish Railway (L.M.S) ebonised single train 8" wall dial clock, within a turned surround, inscribed 'L.M.S. 15141' on the dial with fast/slow lever and oval brass plate to the right hand side and also bearing an oval retail ivorine plaque inscribed Ball & Son... Leicester ** Purchased from British Rail, London Midland Region, 14/4/90 £150-250

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1028. Good Great Western Railway (G.W.R) mahogany single fusee 12" good drop dial wall clock within a turned surround, fitted to the trunk with an ivorine plaque inscribed 'G.W.R. 630' (pendulum & keys) £1200-1800 1029. South Western Railway mahogany single fusee 14" wall dial clock signed J N O. Walker Ltd., New Bond St & 127 Fenchurch St., London, within a turned surround, stamped '5848 SW' on the dial surround beneath 6 o'clock (pendulum & key) £400-600 1030. Southern Eastern Railway oak single fusee 12" drop dial wall clock signed John Walker, 1. South Molton St. London, '1141 S E', within a turned surround (original pendulum also stamped 1141) ** Purchased from British Rail, London Midland Region, Euston Station in May 1990 £1000-1500 GARDINER HOULGATE


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1031. London, Midland and Scottish Railway (L.M.S) mahogany single fusee 12" wall dial clock signed John Smith & Sons, Midland Clock Works, Queen St., Derby, within a turned surround, bearing an oval brass plaque inscribed 'L.M.S. 12000' to the right hand side (pendulum & key) ** Purchased from British Rail London midlands Region - Euston station 28/07/90 £600-800 1032. Great Western Railway (G.W.R) mahogany single fusee 14" drop dial wall clock within a turned surround, bearing an ivorine plate fixed to the left hand side inscribed 'G.W.R. 3018' (pendulum & key) £800-1200

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1033. Great Western Railway (G.W.R) mahogany single fusee 12" drop dial wall clock within a turned surround, bearing an ivorine plaque to the left hand side stamped 'G.W.R. 347' (pendulum & key) £1200-1800 1034. British Railway Eastern Region Railway mahogany single fusee 12" wall dial clock stamped 'B.R.E. 7740' within a turned surround (pendulum & key) ** Purchased from British Rail, London Midland Region - Euston Station, 28/04/90 £600-800 1035. Great Western Railway (G.W.R) 6" wall dial clock within a chrome surround and hinged Bakelite case, stamped 'G.W.R. 3806' on the case back plate and movement; also a Smiths seven jewels eight day 9" slave dial wall clock inscribed on the dial 'B.R. (M) 22019' (2) ** Purchased from Collectors Corner, Euston Station, 12/03/94 £100-150

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1038. W. Heath Robinson - Railway Ribaldry, first edition published 1935, also three other books of railway interest (4) £30-60

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1039. Large quantity of interesting railwayana books and pamphlets including a maintenance manual for The Bristol - Siddeley Maybach MD series diesel engines, Great Western Railway Magazine, railway maps and various material relating to The British Railway Workshops at Swindon £50-100 1040. Box of interesting railwayana ephemera including two small framed Railway Company Share Certificates, railway tickets, old black and white photographs, stamps and a bar of soap £80-150 1041. Old 'British Railways' metal sign, 27" long x 4" high; also two Great Western Railway buffet car notices within wooden frames, both 20" wide, Great Western Railway notice, 9.75" wide and a Great Western model steam engine no. 2744 and a model coach (6) £150-250

1044 (Detail on page 13) 1036. Great Western Railway (G.W.R) brass drum mantel clock timepiece, the 3.5" white dial inscribed 'G.W.R'., Kay & Co., Paris, with Duverdrey and Bloquel platform escapement movement, stamped no. 4902 on the back plate, case side and back, 5.75"; also another similar mantel clock in need of restoration, signed 'J.M. Skarratt & Cie, Paris, G.W.R' , case no. 5574 (2) £200-300 1037. Ian P. Lyman - Railway Clocks, published 2004 £80-120

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1042. Framed silk work commemorating Good King George V of The Great Western Railway, 1927-1962, 12" x 26"; also a framed Great Western Railway technical diagram showing maximum throw-over on curbs for the 2884 Class Engines, Swindon august 1943, no. 114765 and three other framed prints of railway interest and a Swindon works poster (6) £40-80 1043. Large quantity of mainly Great Western Railway badges, tokens and medallions etc.; also a medallion commemorating The Romanian Ambassador's visit to B.R.E.L. Swindon in November 1981, accompanied by a newspaper clipping; also a quantity of 'LNER' and 'GWR' buttons etc. £100-200

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1044. Limited edition cast metal plaque inscribed 'King Class Locomotive King V no. 6000... no. 1927 of a limited edition of 3000', 11" wide; also a commemorative cast plaque inscribed 'Warship Class 2200 HP Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive..., limited issue 1716/5000', 10.5" wide, both with official certificates; also a plastic framed model of King George V Golden Jubilee 1927-1997 (3) £60-100 1045. Small oval blue enamel metal plaque inscribed 'W.W. Stevens, Ogbourne Station M. & S.W.J.R' 5" wide; Great Western Railway Company circular plaque, the belt surround enclosing a coat of alms, 11.25" diameter; also a rectangular shaped metal builders plaque inscribed 'Gloucester Railway Carriage & Wagon Company Ltd., Gloucester, England', 8.5" wide x 5.5" high £300-500 1046. London and North Western Railway Company cast iron oval plaque inscribed 'L & NWR Co.' and numbered 56 to the centre, 18" wide x 12" high; also another rounded shaped cast iron plaque inscribed B 734703, 13T, Swindon 1958 lot no. 3097, 11" wide x 6.5" high (max) and another rectangular cast iron warning plaque inscribed 'When worn that men are working near this crane track, drivers must not approach within twenty feet of the point where work is in progress', 11" wide x 4" high (3) £200-400

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1047. Small quantity of 'GWR' silver plated and other metalware including a milk jug, wrythen fluted oil can, Pewsey Station stamp by Dormy, tape measure, note pad, flange thickness gauge, metal plaque inscribed 'G.W.R. standard loco tyre section leading & trailing, 1928 etc.'; also a small quantity of GWR canteen cutlery £100-200 1048. Six various old 'GWR' keys, two in leather cases; also a small quantity of 'GWR' locks and handles and two old whistles £80-150 1049. Quantity of 'GWR' and other railway ceramic dinner and tea wares comprising: 'GWR' Swindon cups, saucer and side plate trio, teacup and saucer printed with a coat of alms and inscribed 'Swindon', Bridgwood side plate and matching hors d'oeuvres plate, GWR Meakin side plate, two dining car teapots, GWR circular ink stand etc. £80-150 1050. Cast iron railway hand pump inscribed 'RD no. 46465' and cast with a lion rampant, 31" high overall; also a 'GWR' cast iron railway sleeper bracket (at fault) (2) £80-120

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1051. Rare Scottish Railway regulator wall clock, the 13" circular dial signed Smith & Ramage, Aberdeen, the movement with deadbeat escapement and maintaining power, the mahogany case with long glazed door and the hood surmounted by a wavy moulded cornice, 58" high (brass pendulum, brass cased weight and pulley) £500-800

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1052. Good oak railway regulator wall clock, the 12" circular cream dial signed Brandreth & Walker, Birmingham with centre seconds, the movement with deadbeat escapement and maintaining power, the case with medium length door and the hood with brass bezel glazed door within a turned surround over foliate carved ears, 60" high (pendulum, rare slab lead weight and keys)

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1053 1053. Rare Great Eastern Railway (L&NER) mahogany single fusee wall dial clock, the 14" convex dial inscribed 'GER' with applied ivory number plate '4003', the movement backplate stamped 'GER', (pendulum) ** It is rare to find a convex dial railway wall clock. This clock was part of the Ian Lyman collection of railway clocks and is in good restored condition £2000 £3000

1054 1054. Great Western Railway (G.W.R) mahogany single fusee 12" drop dial wall clock within a turned surround, bearing a circular ivorine plaque to the front inscribed 'GWR 3653', 25" high (pendulum and door key) ** The dial of this clock has been restored and there are photographs that accompany the lot showing the state of the dial prior to restoration £600-800

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1059 1055. Large collection of British Railway Passenger Services, primarily western region and London; together with a selection of railway interest magazines and publications including Great Western Railway Timetables, passenger services pamphlets and booklets etc. £40-80 1056. Collection of The Railway Magazine, primarily mid 1940s; together with a collection of The Great Western Railway magazine £40-80 1057. Good American engineering model of a Vermont Valley steam locomotive and tender, made from wood and tin, no. 29, 49" long overall, 14" high, upon a display stretch of scale track £300-500

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1058. Airfix railway system - locomotives, carriages and rolling stock various includes 54150-1, 2 x 54250-0, 54255-5, 54360-6, 54374-5, 54331-8, 54153-0; also GMR by Airfix 54124-2, 54308-8 and 54304-5; also two replica railways rolling stock 13208 7 and 13301 3; also a locomotive and three carriages by Lima Models and rolling stock by Peco and Bachmann, all boxed £50-100 1059. Mainline Railways 00 gauge model locomotives, carriages and rolling stock including cat nos. 54156, 37-058, 937038, 37090, 37084, 37-134, 37401, 37428, 37426, 37-174, 37404, 37181 and 37409; also a GWR 00 gauge carriage by Grafar (all boxed) £60-100 1060. Hornby Railways 00 gauge scale model locomotives, carriages and rolling stock including R.759, R.830, R.059, 2 x R.041, R.440, R.436, R.435, R.429, R.454, R.430, R.106, R.018, R.730, R.208, R.007, special edition R010 (all boxed); together with a Hornby railways 00 gauge rail freight set R688 (incomplete lacking track sections) £60-100

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1061. Collection of kit built 00 gauge rolling stock including Ratio, Kirk, Maj models, Cooper Craft etc (faults and incomplete models various) £50-100 1062. Large selection of model railway kit built props/buildings/scenery etc.; including a large selection of track, electrical components and scenery (predominantly for spares and repairs) a collection. £100-200 1063. Great Western Railway (G.W.R) mahogany wall cabinet, fitted with two sliding glazed doors and recessed brass handles inscribed 'G.W.R.', enclosing a shelved interior, 42.5" wide x 33.5" high x 6.75" deep (key) *From the Estate of David Barnes £150-250 LOTS 1064 - 1070 NO LOT

BAROMETERS 1071. Arts & Crafts oak inlaid barometer/thermometer, the stylised inlaid case inset with an 8" silvered barometer dial with stylised Arabic text, 28.5" x 12" £50-80

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1072. 19th century mahogany four glass banjo barometer, the 8" silvered dial within a shaped case £30-50 1073. Various barometer parts including hands, turned buttons and knobs, tubes, scales and other fittings £60-100 1074. Brass drumhead aneroid barometer, 4.75" chapter ring fitted with a thermometer and enclosing an open centre £25-45 1075. Mahogany four glass wheel barometer signed Cetti, London, the principal 8" silvered dial within a shaped case inlaid with boxwood lines and surmounted by a swan neck pediment and brass urn finial £60-90 1076. Good early mahogany wheel barometer/thermometer, the principal 8" silvered dial signed J.M. Ronketti, no. 6 Peter St, Bloomsbury, within a chevron banded shaped case inlaid with conch shells and flowerheads, surmounted by a broken arched pediment and brass urn finial £150-250 1077. Rosewood onion top wheel barometer/thermometer, the 8" silvered dial within a shaped case banded with Mother of Pearl foliate inlay £80 £120

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1082. Contemporary mahogany barograph, the bed plate signed Russell, Norwich, within a glazed case over a chart drawer containing charts, 15.5" wide £150-250 1083. Gilt metal cased clock barometer and thermometer, the two train clock movement striking on a bell and the 3.5" white barometer dial signed J.J. Wainwright and Co. Birmingham over a thermometer, all within a foliate cast case, 26" high (key) £80-120 1084. Oak cased Electrical Recording Rain Gauge signed Negretti & Zambra, no. 240 on the brass bed plate, within an oak glazed case upon a stepped plinth, 16.5" wide £200-300 1085. Mahogany five glass wheel barometer signed Negretti & Zambra, 11 Hatton Garden, London, the principal 8" dial within a shaped case banded with boxwood and ebony lines (in need of extensive restoration) £30-60 1086. Mahogany inlaid wheel barometer/thermometer, the 8.5" silvered dial under a thermometer and within a shaped case inlaid with paterae and conch shells surmounted by a broken arched cornice (in need of restoration) £30-60

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1078. Good mahogany four glass wheel barometer signed J. Amadio, 6 Shorters Ct. Throgmorton Strt, the principal 10" silvered dial within a flame mahogany angled case, surmounted by a swan neck pediment and brass urn finial £120-180 1079. Oak aneroid barometer/thermometer, the 8" white dial within a foliate carved case £20-40 1080. Contemporary oak case barograph signed Russell, Norwich on the brass bed plate, within a bevelled glazed case over a canted base fitted with a chart drawer, 15.5" wide £120-160 1081. Old mahogany and bevelled glazed thermobarograph, fitted with a chart drawer, 14.25" wide overall £200-300 18

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1087. Good mahogany marine Improved Symiesometer, the angled scale signed W. Weichart, Bute Docks, Cardiff, over a glazed central section enclosing thermometers over a cylindrical brass cistern cover, within an acanthus and foliate carved case, 38.5" high £600-900 1088. Unusual barograph signed C.P. Goerz, Berlin, nr. 3581, within a bevelled glazed oak stepped case surmounted by a carrying handle, 15" high £150-250 1089. NO LOT 1090. NO LOT 1091. Electric chiming clock and bracket, the 7" silvered dial signed Ala Gerbé D'or, Dunkerque, the movement playing Westminster chimes on eight rods, within a foliate carved glazed case bearing a brass plaque inscribed Offert Par Les Mecaniciens & Chauffeurs, Depot Dunkerque, 34" high (pendulum) £100-150

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ELECTRICAL CLOCKS 1092. Large electric time recorder clock, the 14" cream dial signed E. Howard & Co. Boston, with subsidiary seconds dial, within a stained wooden stepped case, 60" high (pendulum) £100-150 1093. Vaucanson electric wall clock, the 6" white dial with centre seconds signed Roanne, mounted upon a rectangular white marble slab and within a mahogany glazed case, 17.5" high £1000-1400 1094. Bulle Patent electric mantel clock, the 4.5" silvered chapter ring enclosing an open centre, ser. no. 2553, within a rounded arched glazed case inlaid with boxwood lines, 12.5" high £100-150 1095. Good Eureka electric mantel clock, the 4.5" cream dial signed Eureka Clock Co Ltd, London over the front strut inscribed no. 7428, Patent no. 14614, 1906, with slow fast lever, within a rounded arched bevelled glazed stepped case, 13" high £600-800

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1096. Interesting and unusual electric master tall wall clock, the electrics and brass bob pendulum housed within a mahogany and brass bound Perspex glazed case, 64.5" high: also with an electric slave clock and wall bracket, the 7" square metal dial with Roman numerals at the quarters and with centre seconds, within an Art Deco style mahogany surround, with the movement housed in a Perspex case behind £400-800 1096 (Part)

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1097. Two similar Junghans Electora sunburst wall clock timepieces, 23.5" diameter overall £40-80 1098. Two similar Metamec sunburst wall clock timepieces, 18" diameter max; also a Synchronome 10" wall dial clock within an oak surround (3) £40-80 1099. Large quantity of mainly small electric battery clock movements etc £40-80 1100. Two similar Swiss Reform five jewel Brevet Precision self-winding clock movements, nos. 640901 & 1101970 (2) £60-100 1101. Four various electric slave dials all inscribed Synchronome Electric London, within turned surrounds (two dials 8" and two 7") (4) £100-150 1102. Synchronome of London 12" slave dial within a metal surround; also a synchronome electric 7" slave dial within a wooden turned surround (2) £50-80 1103. Good Regina (Holden) four glass brass electric mantel clock, the 3.5" silvered dial within a bevel glazed stepped case, 11.25" high £1000-1500 1104. Gent electric master wall clock within a light oak glazed case, 50.5" high; also a synchronome electric master wall clock within a glazed mahogany case, 49.5" high, (with pendulum and bob) £30-60

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1106. Synchronome electric master wall clock, the 4.75" silvered dial signed Synchronome Sectric, within a light oak glazed case, 50.25" high, (with pendulum and bob) £60-100 1107. Gents electric master clock, the 8" white dial within a two part glazed light wooden case, 55.25" high (with pendulum and bob) £30-50 1108. Pinchin Johnson 800 days electric clock, the 3.25" silvered dial under a glass dome and upon a turned stepped mahogany base, 10.75" high £50-80 1109. Junghans ATO electric mantel clock, the 4.75" cream dial with subsidiary seconds dial, under a glass dome and upon a canted circular brass base, 11.25" high £40-70

1105. Synchronome electric master wall clock, the 6.25" silver coloured dial within a walnut glazed case, 51" high, (with pendulum and bob) £50-80 20

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1110. Good brass Eureka electric mantel clock, the 4.25" cream dial signed Eureka Clock Co. Ltd, London, with subsidiary seconds dial, stamped behind the movement and above the slow/fast star lever Eureka Clock Co. Limited, London Pat no. 14614-1906 no. 471, under a glass dome and upon a stepped brass circular base, 10" high £600-900 1111. Bulle Pinchin Johnson electric mantel clock, under a glass dome and upon an octagonal stepped base, 11.5" high; also an incomplete novelty brass battery operated desk clock and a Paris-Dakar novelty motorcycle quartz clock £40-60 1112. IBM International oak electric master clock, the 12" dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within a two part glazed case, 58.5" high (pendulum and bob) £30-60 1113. Gents C7 one second master clock, the 7.25" square dial within an Agba wooden case, ser. no. 8165 (dated 1953), 50.5" high (pendulum bob and key) £100-150

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1114. ATO half second electric master wall clock, ser. no. 111178, the 5.5" silvered dial with subsidiary seconds dial within an open aperture, within a glazed light oak case, 18.5" high (pendulum) £150-250 1115. Bulle half second electric wall clock, the 5.5" silvered dial with skeletonised centre over an oval bevelled glazed pendulum window, within a mahogany case inlaid with boxwood lines and surmounted by a stepped moulded pediment, 22" high (pendulum) £150-200 1116. Colin Walton design electric mantel clock, the 4.75" white dial with subsidiary seconds dial, upon two cylinder brass pillars, under a five panelled glazed and brass bound case and upon a wooden plinth, 17.5" high (pendulum) **This clock is accompanied with the maker's instructions and drawings £150-250 1117. Electrique Brillie electric wall clock, the 9" white dial with centre seconds dial over a recessed perforated scaled disc, within a glazed metal case with marble slab back, 17.25" high (pendulum) £120-180

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1119

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1118. Electrique Brillie wall clock, the 5.75" white dial within a mahogany glazed case with marble slab back, 17.75" high (pendulum) £100-150 1119. Brillie electric wall clock, the 6" square dial with centre seconds, within a glazed metal case with marble slab back, 17" high (pendulum) £100-150 1120. Electrique Brillie wall clock, the 5.75" silvered dial with centre seconds, within a painted wooden glazed case with marble slab back, 17.25" high (penduum) £100-150

CARRIAGE CLOCKS 1121. French carriage clock striking on a gong, within a corniche brass case, 6.5" high; also with outer reed Morocco leather travelling case £150-200

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1123 1122. Carriage clock striking on a gong, within a pillared case, 7" high; also with outer Morocco leather travelling case (key) £100 £150 1123. Fine French Grand Sonnerie carriage clock with push-button repeat and alarm, the movement back plate signed Henry Capt no. 11363, striking on two gongs, fitted with a three position strike selection lever for Grand Sonnerie/silence/Petit Sonnerie to the underside, also stamped no. 11363, within a gorge lacquered brass case, 5.75" high; also with outer Morocco leather travelling case and key £800 £1200 GARDINER HOULGATE


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1124. Carriage clock timepiece with alarm, the movement striking on a bell beneath the base, 5" high; also another French enclosed brass carriage timepiece, 4" high (2) £100-150 1125. Small French repeater carriage clock striking on a gong, the back plate inscribed Just, no. 21129, within a corniche gilded brass case, 5.25" high; also with brown Morocco leather carrying case £300-400 1126. Giant French brass and four glass two train carriage clock striking on a gong and with platform escapement, the 3.25" cream dial within a bevel glazed stepped case surmounted by a raised thermometer enclosing a recessed compass, with carrying handle, 10" high; also with a outer red Morocco leather travelling case £350-500 1127. French carriage clock timepiece, within a corniche brass case, 6.75" high £60-90 1128. Fine small and unusual French repeater carriage clock with alarm, the movement backplate signed L. Leroy & Cie, Paris, 19916 and 19622, striking on two gongs, the base fitted with a sonnerie and silence lever and also stamped 19916, the silvered dial signed L.Leroy & Cie, Horlogers de La Marine, 7 Bould de la Madeleaine, Paris over a subsidiary alarm dial and within an engine turned mask, within a gilt brass rounded arched case surmounted by a carrying handle, 4.5" high; also with outer Morocco leather travelling case and original key (scratch on dial plate between four and five o'clock) £800-1200

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1134

1129. Bayard eight day carriage clock timepiece, 5.75" high; also a Waterbury Clock Co. patent carriage timepiece, 5.5" high (2) £40-60 1130. French carriage clock striking on a gong, the backplate stamped with a B in a circle, the dial signed Elkington & Co, 22 Regent street, within a corniche brass case, 7" high (later platform) £150-200 1131. Good miniature striking carriage clock with alarm, the movement back plate stamped Swiss Made no. 52466 and Brev 13427, striking on a bell, also stamped 1171 to the base, within a gilded brass case, 3.5" high (key); also with original Morocco leather folding travelling case £250-350 1132. French carriage clock striking on a gong, the 2" cream dial within a champleve foliate enamelled mask, within a pillared stepped case, 7" high £350-550 1133. French repeater alarm carriage clock striking on a bell, the movement back plate and dial both signed Lucien, Paris, within an ornate gilded brass case, 8" high £400-600 1134. Good French repeater carriage clock with alarm, the movement stamped France no. 4526 and striking on a gong, the dial with an attractive pierced foliate brass mask, within an ornate cast stepped case, 7.75" high; also with a red Morocco leather travelling case £500-700 23


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1135. Good French repeater calendar carriage clock striking on a bell, the back signed Scherer á Paris on a plate screwed to the bottom, with five winding and hand adjustment apertures, also with a fast/slow lever, the silvered dial with principal chapter ring over subsidiary days of the month and alarm dials, within a Paul Garnier style bevelled glazed case, 7.5" high; also with red Morocco leather travelling case £1000-1500 1136. French repeater carriage clock striking on a gong, the movement back plate stamped with the maker's initials E.G.L within an oval, no. 2010, within a corniche brass case, 7" high (key); also with outer Morocco leather travelling case (repeat mechanism not functioning) £100-150 1137. French repeater carriage clock striking on a gong, the back plate stamped with the Drocourt trademark logo, no. 34934, the dial inscribed J.W. Benson, 25, Old Bond Street, French Make, within a corniche brass case, 6.25" high £350-450 1138. Small repeater carriage clock striking on a gong, the movement back plate bearing the maker's trademark initials G.L within an oval, also inscribed Patent S Jerety Poller, stamped no. 1261 under the base plate, within a gorge brass case, 6.75" high (key) £300-400 1139. French repeater carriage clock with alarm striking on a bell, no. 5915, the dial inscribed J.W. Benson, London, within a corniche brass case, 6.5" high (key) £300-400 24

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1142

1140. Bayard eight day 9 jewel carriage clock timepiece stamped Duverdrey & Bloquel, within a corniche brass case, 5.75" high £50-70 1141. French carriage clock timepiece, the dial signed Hyde & Son, within a corniche brass case, 6" high £50-80 1142. Good French ormolu carriage clock striking on a gong, the silvered engine turned dial signed Garnier Paris and stamped no. 317 on the base behind the movement, with sound holes under the base, sliding top glazed panel and back door, within a plain case with cluster column pillars, 7.5" high; also with an outer Morocco leather travelling case and keys (later platform) £1600-2000 GARDINER HOULGATE


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1143. Good early French repeating calendar alarm carriage clock striking on a bell, the principal dial over subsidiary calendar dials, within an ornate pillared and foliate engraved case with glazed sides, 6" high £1000-1500 1144. French carriage clock striking on a gong, the movement back plate bearing the Margaine maker's trademark logo, no. 9164, the dial signed Payne & Co, 163 New Bond St, London, Paris, within a corniche brass case, 6.75" high (key); also a Henri Jacot carriage timepiece, the back plate bearing the maker's trademark logo, within a corniche brass case, 6.25" high (key) (2) £150-250

1154

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1145. French repeater carriage clock striking on a gong, the movement back plate bearing the Margaine maker's trademark logo, no. 18447, the dial signed Hamilton & Inches, Paris, within a corniche brass case, 6.5" high (key) £150-250

1152. French ebonised and gilt metal mounted two train mantel clock, the movement back plate bearing the makers trademark logo and striking on a bell, the 3.5" white enamel dial within a case applied with foliate mounts and surmounted by an ornate handle, 10.5" high £200-300

1146. French repeater carriage clock striking on a gong, the movement back plate stamped C.V, no. 31586, the dial signed Camerer Kuss & Co, 56 New Oxford Street, London, within a corniche brass case, 6.75" high (key) £200-300

1153. Small oval gilt metal strut clock in the manner of Thomas Cole, the foliate engraved silvered dial within an ormolu engraved bezel and pierced brass foliate surround, 5.25" high £250-350

1147. Charles Frodsham Queen Elizabeth II 40th anniversary (1952-1992) silver hallmarked miniature carriage clock timepiece, limited edition no. 65/750, within a pillared case surmounted by a triangular handle, 4" high £250-350 LOTS 1148 - 1150 NO LOTS

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1154. Good English triple fusee ebonised and ormolu mounted boardroom clock, the 7.5" brass arched dial signed Dent, To The Queen 33 Cockspur St London no. 30242, on a small arched plate beneath twelve o'clock on the matted centre, with subsidiary chime/silent and slow/fast dials to the arch, the substantial movement playing chimes on four gongs and striking the hours on a larger gong, within a rounded arched stepped case with Corinthian columns surmounted by four acorn finials, 20.5" high (pendulum and keys) £1500-2000 25


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1156. Two day marine chronometer, the 3.75" silvered dial inscribed Wilson Gillie, Bruce & Sons Ltd.., Cardiff, Barry Dock & Newport, no. 5099, with subsidiary state of wind and seconds dials, within a mahogany case (key) (at fault) £500-800

1158 1155. Good English mahogany double fusee bracket clock, the 7" brass arched dial and movement back plate signed Thomas Chandler, London, the silvered dial with Roman and Arabic numerals enclosing a calendar chapter ring, also with strike/silent dial to the arch, within a stepped case surmounted by a caddy top, four pineapple finials and a brass carrying handle, 20" high, (pendulum and door key) ** With later anchor escapement £1000-1500

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1157. Good mahogany saw tooth gravity clock, the 2.25" cream dial indistinctly signed Vickers...Regent St, Pat 23119-10, within a globular casing attached to brass rails and within a rounded arched pagoda style case with tapering columns, 14.5" high (at fault) £400-600 1158. Rare small Austrian rosewood three train mantel clock, the movement with pull repeat and striking on two gongs, the 3.5" white enamel dial within a beaded gilt bezel and brass bound stepped case surmounted by an ornate carrying handle, 9" high £500-800

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1159. Good two day marine chronometer, the 3.75" silvered dial signed A. Johannsen & Co, Makers to the Admiralty, the Indian Govt & Royal Navies of Italy, Spain and Portugal, 149 Minories, London no. 9043, with subsidiary state of wind and seconds dials, within a mahogany glazed case also bearing an ivorine rectangular plaque to the front lid inscribed A. Johannsen, two days, 9043; also within an outer guard case with leather strap. ** The top lid of the box is missing £800-1200 1160. Automata rocking ship musical box, under a glass dome and upon an ebonised base with rounded ends, 9.5" high overall £150-200 1161. German telleruhr verge mantel clock timepiece with cowtail pendulum, the 4.5" silvered chapter ring enclosing engraved hands and within a repousse shaped brass surround, surmounted by a cross, 14" high (key) £600-800 1159 1162. French Louis XIV verge brass lantern clock, signed Anne Clement á Paris on the left hand side of the bottom movement plate, the 10.25" circular brass dial with Roman cartouche enamel numerals enclosing a foliate repousse centre, surmounted by a pierced foliate fret with portrait sunburst finial before pierced foliate side frets, strapwork bell and finial, 16.5" high (bob pendulum, two weights and later wooden wall bracket, 17.25" high) **This maker is recorded in the Tardy Horlogers Dictionary as being from a well-known family of clockmakers and succeeded by Saunier in 1748 £800 £1200

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1163. Fine French mahogany portico mantel clock, the 4.5" silvered dial signed Berthet & Bazelaire á Paris to the centre with unusual half-glazed seconds dial showing a visible deadbeat escapement with adjuster, within a foliate ormolu cast bezel, the movement back plate also signed and with outside countwheel striking on a bell, within a tapering pillared stepped case with applied ormolu mounts, 19.75" high (pendulum and key) **These makers are recorded in Tardy Horlogers Dictionary as working circa 1840 £800-1200 1164. Good hand carved Black Forest peddler automata novelty clock, turning his head and whistling when wound, modelled as a standing peddler dressed in a red waistcoat, black jacket and light brown breeches, holding an eight day shield timepiece in his right hand and carrying a pack strapped to his back, upon a rectangular base, 14.5" high (pendulum, bird shape key and another) **This type of clock was invented by Karl Griesbaum-Triberg in 1930 £1200-1800 1165. Brass circular eight day table clock striking on a bell beneath the base, the 5" silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with steel hands, supported upon quadruple silvered double-bodied lion feet £150-250

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1166. Large scratch built automata rocking ship modelled on The Bounty, the eight day bell striking movement with platform escapement built into the faux green marble base which also houses a separate movement to rock the ship, fitted with a 3.5" silvered dial to the side centre under the ship, 36" wide overall (two keys) £300-500

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1169. Two interesting early brass clock keys, one for a bracket and one for a table clock (2) £300-400 1170. Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos clock in near mint condition, the 4.25" white chapter ring enclosing an open centre, ser. no. 709511, within a glazed brushed brass case, 9" high (within original box, guarantee and instruction manuals) £400-600 1171

1171 (Movement)

1167. Interesting and unusual five-sided pedestal cube sundial, supported upon a scratch turned baluster column and rectangular base fitted with a compass, five brass gnomon and a plum bob, 9.25" high overall £100-150 1168. Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos clock, the 4.75" silvered dial enclosing a skeletonised centre, ser. no. 18995, within a brushed brass canted glazed case, 9.25" high £300-400

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1171. Jaeger novelty clock timepiece in the form of a lamppost, the 1.75" cream dial under an opaque glass shade and above a sign inscribed Rue de la Paix, upon a turned column and circular base, 11.25" high, within original box £700-900 1172. French tortoiseshell cased mantel compendium, the clock movement with platform escapement and 3.5" white dial over a barometer dial with open centre, flanked by canted thermometers showing Fahrenheit and centigrade to either side, within a rounded arched case inlaid with geometric brass foliate designs, surmounted by a carrying handle, 24" high £250-350

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1173. Fine English mahogany double fusee pad top bracket clock, the 7" convex cream dial and movement back plate both signed John Meek, Worship Street, London, within a rounded arched stepped case inlaid with boxwood lines and surmounted by four gilded brass finials and a carrying handle, 19.5" high (pendulum and keys) £1800-2400

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1174. Good two day marine chronometer, the 3.75" silvered dial signed Dent Maker to The King, 61 Strand & 4 Royal Exchange, London, no. 55518, with subsidiary state of wind and seconds dials, within a mahogany case inset to the front of the lid with a circular plaque inscribed Dent 55518; also within an outer guard case (key) ** Inset to the inside top of the lid is a E. Dent & Co. Ltd. printed label inscribed '...Successors To The Late E. I. Dent & F Dent, Chronometer Makers By Special Appointment To Her Majesty, To H.R.H. The Prince Of Wales and to H.i.M. The Emperor of Russia...' £2000-3000 1175. Interesting and early oak cased single weight verge wall clock timepiece, the 6" square brass dial signed Michael Cheltenham, London on the brass chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with blue steel hands, the thirty hour movement with four baluster turned pillars and verge escapement, within a later case 10" high overall (pendulum and two weights) £1000-1500

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1176. English fruitwood double fusee bracket clock, the 7" brass arched dial signed Robert Burfield, Arundel to the foliate engraved matted centre with calendar aperture, also with subsidiary fast/slow dial to the arch, within a stepped case surmounted by a caddy top four acorn finials and a carrying handle, 19.75" high (pendulum and keys) ** With later anchor escapement and subsidiary dial in the arch £1000-1500 1177. Good English rosewood and ormolu mounted double fusee bracket clock, the 5" silvered dial and movement back plate both signed Adams, 36 Lombard St., London, with locking pendulum and striking on a bell, within a stepped case clad with ormolu embossed decoration and faux bricked sides, surmounted by a fluted ormolu caddy top with raising carrying handle, 12" high (pendulum and door key) £800-1200 1178. Interesting early Chinese verge mantel clock timepiece and bracket, the 5.5" blue enamelled dial surmounted by a painted rounded arch with aperture featuring a horse and rider with bow and arrow, the verge movement with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the dial in need of extensive restoration (pendulum but no weight) £400-800 1179. Fine Dent gilded brass congreve rolling ball clock with single fusee movement, the 4.5" principal silvered chapter ring flanked by two 3.5" subsidiary chapter rings, over a tilted grooved platform supported upon four tapering pillars to the stepped rectangular base, upon a mahogany plinth fitted to a green marble stand upon three adjustable feet under a brass bound glazed case, 18" high overall (two different sized ball bearings) £2000-3000

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1185 1180. Reproduction Dent type inclined gravity clock, the 3.5" brass dial within a drum casing, upon a gilt leather tooled incline supported upon a stepped rectangular mahogany wooden base, 23.5" long £300-500 1181. Jaeger-LeCoultre Atmos clock, the 4.75" chapter ring enclosing a skeletonised centre, within a brushed brass bevel glazed case, no. 61025, 9.25" high £300-500 1182. Jaeger-LeCoultre Marina model Atmos clock, the 4.25" white dial within a relief glazed panelled case decorated with gilded marine life, 9.25" high £500-800 1183. Swiss travelling night clock, the 4.5” white opaque glass dial within a brass bezel surround and with a hinged folding candle sconce support behind, within original hinged leather fitted case (key) £150-200 32

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1180 1184. Contemporary brass single fusee scissor action skeleton clock, the 4.5” white chapter ring signed John Wilding, England, enclosing a skeletonized centre with two 1.5” subsidiary dials indicating days of the week and dates of the month, upon scissor shaped foliate engraved supports, under a glass dome and upon an ebonised base, 26” high overall (key) £300-500 1185. Geoffrey Bell contemporary 'Heavenly Pillar' brass mystery mantel clock, the 1.75” horizontal silvered rotating chapter ring supported upon a Doric column and stepped pillared base fitted with the maker’s plaque inscribed 'Geoffrey Bell, Alresford, 1975, edition of 100. number 39', under a glass dome and upon a square wooden plinth, 16.5” high overall £500-800

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1190 1186. French contemporary ormolu and coloured marble swinging pendulum clock, the 4” white chapter ring enclosing a skeletonized centre signed Huguenin á Paris, the movement with pinwheel escapement under a grid ormolu pendulum suspended on a flat support over a cylindrical and square marble base, under a glass dome and upon an ebonised circular base, 23.5” high (key) £450-650 1187. Good contemporary ormolu and black marble pillar mantel clock, the 4” white chapter ring signed Wm Smith, Musselburgh, Maker & Inventor, enclosing a skeletonized centre, with unusual fusee style chain movement attached to a pulley and spring fitted in the column enclosed by six slender turned pillars to a circular stepped and square plinth supported upon a marble base, under a glass dome and upon an ebonised dome base, 21” high (pendulum and key)) ** This is a modern replica of a Scottish experimental clock with coil spring power £500-800 1188. Continental brass lantern clock, the 6.75” silvered dial enclosing a foliate engraved centre, surmounted by pierced dolphin fret, strapwork bell and finial, 13.5” high (pendulum, weight and seat board) £250-350

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1191 1187 1189. Devon clock globe timepiece, the movement contained within a blue metal globe with raised gilt continents, with silvered horizontal chapter ring indicating the hours, suspended from a gilt metal bracket fixed to a mahogany back board, 26” high overall (this clock movement requires a return spring) £200-300 1190. Good English mahogany double fusee verge bracket clock, the 7" repainted cream dial signed Brockbanks, Londres, with subsidiary strike/ silent dial to the arch, the verge movement striking on a bell and with locking pendulum also signed Brockbanks, Londres, within a foliate inlaid case surmounted by four turned brass urn finials, caddy top and carrying handle, 21" high (pendulum and key) £2500-3500 1191. Interesting early English miniature brass verge wall clock with alarm, the 5" brass arched dial signed Jas Osmond, London on a brass disc to the arch, over a brass chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with alarm dial and single iron hand, with later oak wall bracket (pendulum and three weights) £1500-2500

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1192. Oak cased portico gravity clock, the 3.5" white dial within a globe casing fixed to a brass toothed fall, within a case with slender turned columns supported upon a stepped base and surmounted by a rounded arched cornice, 16.5" high £150-200 1193. Mahogany cased portico gravity clock, the 2.25" white dial inscribed Pat 23149-10, within a globe casing and fixed to a brass toothed fall, the case with slender turned columns supported upon an oval stepped base and surmounted by a rounded arched cornice, 14.5" high £200-250 1194. Good reproduction brass novelty clock, the movement with platform escapement powered by ball bearings falling from a track fitted to the top and received by a wheel behind the movement, the 5" silvered dial within an open pillared case supported upon a rectangular stepped base and under a glazed case, 13.75" high overall (with ball bearings) £350-550 1195. French ormolu two train pillar clock, the 3.5" white chapter ring signed Grignon-Meusnier á Paris and enclosing a skeletonised centre, the movement back plate also signed and stamped no. 3071, with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, supported upon an ornate ormolu rococo style stand and circular stepped base, under a glass dome, 12.5" high overall (pendulum and key) £300-500 34

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1198 1196. French ormolu, bronze and white marble figural mantel clock timepiece, the movement with platform escapement, within a bronze globe casing studded with gold stars and held aloft by an ormolu cherub flying above clouds, supported upon an oval white marble stepped base, raised upon a circular plinth and under a glass dome, 15" high (key) £350-550

1200. French ormolu and porcelain mounted two train pillar mantel clock, the Pons movement signed Pert Bally, Brevete á Paris and striking upon two bells above, the 3.25" white chapter ring enclosing a skeletonised centre, supported upon an ornate column fitted with an oval porcelain panel painted with a cherub, upon a circular stepped base (with pendulum but missing dome), 12" high (alterations)** This clock has been made up £250-350

1197. Contemporary brass single fusee great wheel skeleton clock, the 3" white chapter ring enclosing a skeletonised centre over arched supports upon bell turned feet to the rectangular bed plate and ebonised stand, 14" high (star key and pendulum) £250-450

1201. Small tortoiseshell and ormolu mounted clock timepiece with watch movement inscribed B. Schalfino, Taunton, no. 25426, 5" high (key) £200-300

1198. Brass single fusee skeleton clock, the 4.25" silvered pierced chapter ring and movement upon four flat supports terminating in bell shaped feet, upon a rosewood rounded ended rectangular base with four bun feet and under a glass dome, 13.25" high (winding key and pendulum) £300-500 1199. Good contemporary brass single fusee calendar skeleton clock, the principal 3.5" white chapter ring signed Franz Denk in Wien enclosing a skeletonised centre over two 1.75" subsidiary dials indicating days of the week and date of the month, surmounted by a moon phase dial and supported upon an angle frame with four turned cone feet to the circular stepped ebonised base, under a glass dome, 15.5" high (pendulum and key) £400-600

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1202. French ormolu and white marble small ornate mantel clock, the movement with platform escapement stamped no. 5415, within a globe case studded with gold stars, surmounted by two doves above clouds and supported upon a breakfront stepped marble base with rounded ends raised upon four ormolu foliate feet, 7.5" high (key) £250-350 1203. Good multi-functional brass desk piece, the cubed case fitted with a clock timepiece, barometer and temperature dials and with a calendar to the back, surmounted by a compass and supported upon an angled birds eye walnut base with four square brass feet, 4.5" high £200-300

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1204. Antique English brass lantern clock in need of restoration, the 6.5" brass chapter ring enclosing a foliate engraved centre with alarm dial and single iron hand, with pierced dolphin frets, strapwork and bell, 13" high £600-1000 1205. Interesting small English hook and spike brass verge lantern clock with alarm, the 3.5" brass arched dial signed Robt. Allam, London on a disc to the arch, the brass chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with alarm dial and single hand, the movement striking on a bell behind the arch, within a foliate engraved case, 5" high (pendulum and going weight) £1200-1800 1205 1206. Interesting small French ormolu travel alarm clock, the sliding back door with winding and control apertures, revealing a watch movement and alarm guard plate, both stamped F. Cox Savory á Paris, the silvered dial within an ormolu foliate engraved case surmounted by a button and handle, 3.5" high £300-500 1207. Good French ormolu and grey marble two train mantel clock garniture, the 4.5" white dial signed Lund & Blockley, the movement striking on a bell and stamped GS Medaille D'or 1867 no. 2470, within a drumhead casing held aloft by a mother and child over a breakfront stepped grey marble base, surmounted by cast trailing foliage, 14.75" high; also with a pair of matching figural twin sconce candelabra, 11.5" high (pendulum and key) £800-1200

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1208. Good English mahogany and inlaid double fusee gothic lancet mantel clock, the movement back plate signed James McCabe, Royal Exchange, London, with regulated scale pendulum and striking on a bell, the 8" cream dial within an attractive ebony banded geometric brass inlaid pointed arched case, 19.25" high (pendulum and keys) £800-1200 1209. No Lot

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1210. Good English mahogany double fusee gothic bracket clock with bracket, the 8" printed arched dial signed Clem.t Gowland, Bishop Wearmouth, Sunderland, with strike/silent and fast/slow subsidiary dials to the arch and with a foliate engraved dial plate, the movement with pull repeat playing on a nest of eight graduated bells and striking on a large gong within a gothic printed arched stepped case with gadrooned plinth, cluster columns and surmounted by a square stepped caddy top and turned finials, 26" high (pendulum and keys) £1000 £1500

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1211. Good English ebonised double fusee bracket clock, the 8" brass arched dial and movement back plate both signed Whitehurst, Derby, no. 1637/5312, within a rounded arched pad top stepped case surmounted by a carrying handle, 19" high (pendulum and key) £1500-2000

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1212. Good mahogany cased two day marine chronometer, the 3.75" silvered dial signed Swann Whiffin, London, no. 352, with subsidiary state of wind and seconds dials, within a three part brass bound case with side handles (winding key) **This chronometer has a Hartnups balance and has had Admiralty trials £1200-1800

1213 1213. Fine French white marble two train calendar mantel clock with Fahrenheit and Centigrade thermometers, the 5.25" white chapter ring with centre seconds and enclosing a recessed visible escapement, within a drumhead casing flanked by twin thermometers and over a shaped pendulum window flanked by a calendar dial to the left and Metallic barometer to the right, within an architectural stepped case, 18" high (gridiron glazed ormolu pendulum and key) £2000-3000

1214

1214. Good English light oak triple fusee musical gothic clock, the 7.5" silvered chapter ring signed J.W. Benson, 25 Old Bond St, London enclosing a geometric and foliate engraved centre, the movement playing on a nest of eight bells and striking on a large gong, within a gothic carved pillared stepped case surmounted by a stepped caddy top and turned finial, 27" high (pendulum and keys) £1200-1800

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1217

1215. English ebonised triple fusee boardroom style mantel clock, the 7.5" silvered dial and movement back plate both signed Payne & Co, 163, New Bond Street, London, 3010, the movement striking on four small gongs and one larger, within a stepped case with foliate gilt mounts and swags, surmounted by a caddy top and five decorative urn finials, 27.5" high (pendulum and door keys) £1000-1500 1216. Fine English ebonised double fusee calendar pad top bracket clock, signed Hugh Gordon, Madras on an arched plate above the dial and flanked by subsidiary strike/silent and seconds dials, over the principal dial with calendar chapter ring, the movement with pull repeat, foliate engraved back plate and locking pendulum, within a stepped rounded arched case surmounted by an ormolu handle, 15" high (pendulum and keys) £4000-6000 1217. Good French marble and ormolu mounted two train mantel clock, the 8.5" convex white dial with centre seconds signed Monnot á Paris, the substantial movement with pinwheel escapement and striking on a bell, within an ormolu drumhead casing supported by twin white and black marble pillars to the rectangular white marble base, surmounted by two foliate finials and a standing knight preparing to withdraw his sword, 25.5" high (star pendulum and large seal key) £1200-1800

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1220 1218. Fine English brass triple fusee cathedral skeleton musical clock, the 9.5" finely pierced and engraved silvered dial under a cylinder playing on a nest of ten graduated bells, the movement with deadbeat escapement, maintaining power and striking on a large bell behind, upon a cushion base and under a glass dome (at fault) and upon a rectangular stepped white marble base, 29.5" high overall (pendulum and key) £3000-5000 1219. Good English ebonised double fusee verge bracket clock, the 7" brass arched dial signed Thos Hunter, London to a silvered arched plate to the matted centre with calendar aperture, with strike/silent dial to the arch, the movement with pull repeat and foliate engraved back plate, within a stepped case with wavy outline door, surmounted by four pineapple finials, caddy top and carrying handle, 20.5" high (pendulum and door key) £1500-2000 1220. Fine hook and spike verge lantern clock signed Edward Webb, Chewstocke (sic) above and below the chapter ring, the 6" brass chapter ring enclosing a foliate engraved centre inscribed JARRL, 1662, surmounted by later pierced lion and unicorn frets, strapwork bell and finial, 15.5" high (pendulum, weight and rope) ** See George White - English Lantern Clocks, pages 231 & 232: also A.J. Moore The Clock Makers of Somerset (1650-1900), page 283 £2000-3000

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1220A 1220A. Good English mahogany double fusee pad top bracket clock, the 7" convex cream dial signed Jas Willson, London, the movement striking on a bell and with locking pendulum, within a brass bound panelled inlaid case with ebonised borders, surmounted by a rounded arched pediment, pad top and carrying handle, 17.5" high (pendulum and door keys) £1200-1600 1221. Small rosewood P.V.F. music box, the 15.5cm cylinder playing on six airs and with original tune sheet, within an inlaid ebony banded case, 36.50cm wide £150-250 1222. Six interchangeable musical box cylinders, each playing on four airs with one hundred and twenty notes, 13" long, in good condition (6) £100-200 1223. Good small rosewood cased music box, the 5” cylinder playing on six airs, with original tune sheet bearing the retail label of Moon & Sons, Pianoforte Gallery, George Street, Plymouth, within a rosewood and ebonised banded case inlaid with a bouquet of flowers to the lid within boxwood lines, 12.75” wide £200-300

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1226 1224. Good Nicole Freres rosewood cased music box, the 8” cylinder playing on eight airs and with original tune sheet no. 374G. no. 52380, S. no. 5373, also bearing the Nicole Freres label attached to the inside back of the case, within an ebony bound case inlaid with a bouquet of flowers to the lid within boxwood lines, 18” wide £500-800 1225. Rosewood cased music box, the 8.25" cylinder playing on ten airs, with tune sheet, the ebony banded case inlaid with a bouquet of flowers to the lid within boxwood lines, 18.5" wide £300-500 1226. Good rosewood and ebonised music box, the brass bed plate stamped Nicole Freres á Geneve, no. 36133, the 13.25" cylinder playing on eight airs and with original music tune sheet no. 1562/36133, the hinged lid decorated with musical instruments amidst foliage in coloured woods, 20.25" high (key) £500-800 41


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1227

1229 1227. Interesting English ebonised double fusee musical bracket clock, the 7" silvered chapter ring signed A.M. Cressener, London enclosing a matted centre with false bob pendulum aperture, ringed winding holes and calendar aperture, the arch fitted with a silvered calendar chapter ring enclosing a moon phase aperture within a foliate engraved mask, flanked by subsidiary seconds and strike/silent dials, the movement back plate engraved with scrolling foliage and also signed A.M. Cressener, London, the movement with pull repeat playing on a nest of six bells and striking on another, within a stepped case surmounted by a caddy top, four brass finials and a carrying handle, 21.5" high (pendulum and keys) £2500-3500 1228. Good two train turret clock movement, signed J.F. Weule, Bockenem 1909 in gilt raised lettering to the front of the iron frame, fitted with a 6.25" white dial and surmounted by a large bell, 36" high overall, (pendulum, two cast iron weights, hands and winding key) £1200-1800 1229. Good rare small two train flatbed turret clock, the 4.25" silvered dial plate signed E.J. Vokes, Bath, within a cast iron frame, 25.5" wide, 11.5" deep, 10.5" high **This turret clock is in very good condition, complete with 36" blackened metal dial, lead off work, hands, winding key, pendulum and nineteen slotted weights £1500-2500

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1230 1231 1230. English ebonised double fusee verge bracket clock, the 7" brass arched dial signed Fra. Mayhew, Papham on an arched silvered plate to the matted centre with false bob pendulum and calendar apertures, also with strike/silent dial to the arch, the movement with pull repeat and engraved scrolling foliage to the back plate, within a stepped case surmounted by a caddy top and carrying handle, 20.5" high (pendulum and winding key) £1200-1600 1231. Good oak cased RAF single fusee mantel clock, the movement back plate inscribed SM & Co. 1939, 11782, the 8" silvered dial engraved with the RAF logo and within a plain stepped case, 18.25" high (pendulum and winding key) £500-800

MANTEL CLOCKS 1232. French ormolu and porcelain mounted two train mantel clock, the 3.5" white enamel dial signed Howell St. James, the Japy Freres movement striking on a bell within in breakfront stepped case mounted with porcelain panels depicting recumbent cherubs and foliage, surmounted by a classical urn, upon a giltwood stand, 15" high overall (pendulum & key) £250-350

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1233 1233. Good small French ormolu two train mantel clock, the 3" silvered dial signed Pons, Paris, the Pons movement with outside countwheel and silk suspension striking on a bell, also inscribed with the retailer's name 'Hawleys, Coventry Street, London' on a bezel enclosing the movement, within a rococo pierced foliate ormolu case, 11.5" high (pendulum and key) £200-300 43


1235 1234. Good French white marble, ormolu and bronze figural two train mantel clock, the 4.25" white dial and movement back signed Anne Mon E. Vittoz, et Cie, F. de. Labroue, F Cant de Bronzes a Paris, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, within an impressive fluted marble pillar breakfront case with foliate ormolu decorative bands, surmounted by a seated mother and child harvesting wheat, 24" high (no pendulum) £200-300 1235. Large and impressive solid French brass two train mantel clock garniture with matching fire dogs and fender, the clock with 4.5" chapter ring signed Hay-Boisnard to the raised centre, the movement striking on a bell, within an ornate breakfront fluted pillared case cast with caryatids and applied with foliage, upon a matching plinth base and surmounted by an ornate urn finial, 25.5" high; flanked by matching pair of seven light candelabra 25" high; also with a pair of matching ornate fire dogs, 16.5" high united by a foliate pierced rail, 33.25" long. ** This Garniture has been in the same family by decent and was commissioned by the vendors Great Grandfather from a master blacksmith in the South of France £600-1000 1236. English mahogany double fusee bracket clock, the 7" silvered arched dial signed Percival, Woolwich to the centre over a calendar aperture, with strike/silent dial to the arch, the movement striking on a bell and with foliate engraved back plate, within a stepped case surmounted by a caddy top, four foliate finials and a carrying handle, 19.5" high (pendulum and keys) £1000-1500

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1238

1237. Mahogany double fusee mantel clock striking the hours and quarters on five gongs, the movement with pull repeat, the 8" silvered dial within a rounded arched case inlaid with boxwood lines, 15.25" high (pendulum) £200-300 1238. Good French late 20th century white marble two train calendar mantel clock striking on a bell, the 5" white clock chapter ring enclosing a recessed centre with visible escapement, over a calendar dial indicating days of the week, days of the month and moonphase within a month of the year chapter ring within an ornate gilded and cloisonné decorated stepped case surmounted by a classical urn, 24.5" high (pendulum and key) £300-500 1239. Mahogany single fusee bank clock and original bracket, the 10" white dial signed F. Dent, 61, Strand, London no. 1472, within an applied foliate carved surround, 18" high (pendulum and keys) £300-500 1240. Mahogany two train mantel clock and original matching bracket, the movement striking on a gong, the 5.75" silvered dial enclosing a matted centre, within an intricately carved stepped case surmounted by a tiled pitched roof, 22" high (pendulum and key) £300-500 1241. French ebonised and inlaid two train portico mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 4" white dial signed Monteil á Toulouse, the case with four barley twist columns and ormolu capitals, inlaid with brass and mother of pearl stylistic motifs, under a glass dome, 26" high overall (pendulum and key) £200-300

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1244 1242. French ormolu and bronzed two train mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel and silk suspension striking on a bell, the 3.25" silvered dial inset into a rocky surround surmounted by a cavalier mounted on a rearing horse over a stepped base cast and applied with stylised foliage, under a glass dome and upon a wooden base, 22" high overall (pendulum and key) £250-350 1243. French ormolu two train mantel clock, the 3" white dial signed D. Potonie & Cie, Paris inset into an ornate surround and attended by a standing courtly figure, the Vincenti movement with outside countwheel, silk suspension and striking on a bell, the stepped base applied with a foliate and mask cast front, under a glass dome and upon an ebonised base, 20" high overall (pendulum and key) £250-450 1244. French Boulle and ebonised two train mantel clock, the movement back plate signed Laine, Paris, with outside countwheel, silk suspension and striking on a bell, the 3.25" white dial also signed Laine á Paris, within a balloon shaped case, 10.75" high (pendulum and key) £200-250 1245. Good and attractive French ormolu and champleve two train mantel clock, the movement back plate stamped CHles Mt, no. 22665, striking on a bell, the 3" decorative champleve dial within a stepped case surmounted by a caddy top and five turned disc finials, 13.75" high (pendulum, key and velvet lined wooden base) £500-700 46

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1248

1246. French Empire bronze and ormolu two train small mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel, silk suspension and striking on a bell, the 2.75" white dial inset into a rocky outcrop and surmounted by a seated peasant boy over a stepped base applied with egg and dart cast border, 13" high (pendulum and key) £250-350 1247. English ormolu mantel clock timepiece, the movement with platform escapement stamped Rotherham, Made in England no. A09184, the 2.5" silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre, within a stepped case surmounted by a caddy top and carrying handle, 9.5" high £200-250 1248. Good French ormolu, champleve and green onyx cased two train four glass mantel clock, the Japy Freres movement striking on a gong, the 3.5" gilt chapter ring enclosing a floral cloisonne centre, within an attractive bevelled glazed angled case with concave side panels, surmounted by four turned finials and a Classical urn, 15" high (pendulum and key) £400-600 1249. French gilt metal and white marble two train mantel clock, the movement back plate signed Fabrique Rollin de Paris, with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the 3.5" white dial signed ...Quetin á Caen, within a stepped canted case surmounted by a bronzed group of a seated mother and child, under a glass dome and upon an ebonised turned base, 21" high overall (pendulum and key) £250-450 GARDINER HOULGATE


1255

1250. French Empire ormolu and bronze two train mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel, silk suspension striking on a bell, the 3.25" silvered dial inset into a rocky base and surmounted by a seated lady with a bouzouki by her side, over a stepped base cast with an egg and dart frieze, 14.5" high (pendulum and key) £300-400 1251. French brass four glass two train mantel clock, the S. Marti movement striking on a gong, the 4" white dial within a bevelled glazed stepped case, 10.5" high (mercury pendulum and key) £200-250 1252. French Boulle two train mantel clock with matching plinth, the 3.75" white dial signed Chas Grottendied, the Samuel Marti movement striking on a gong, within an ornate case with applied gilt metal mounts and surmounted by a caddy top with foliate finial, 14.5" high (pendulum and key) £200-250 1253. French gilt metal and porcelain mounted two train figural mantel clock, the Japy Freres movement with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the 3.25" white dial within a drumhead casing and flanked by a seated peasant boy holding a scythe, upon a rococo base inset with a painted porcelain panel, under a glass dome and upon an ebonised base, 15" high (pendulum and key) £200-300

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1254. German oak two train ting-tang mantel clock, the W & H movement striking on two gongs, the 5.5" silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre, within a gabled stepped carved case, 16.5" high (pendulum) £200-300 1255. Good French black marble two train calendar mantel clock striking on a bell, the 5.25" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed centre with visible escapement, signed Potonie Leon, Paris on the dial and back plate, over a breakfront lower section fitted with the calendar dial, the 5.25" white chapter ring indicating months of the year and enclosing a recessed centre with moon phase aperture and subsidiary days of the week and dates of the month dials, flanked to the sides by Fahrenheit and Centigrade thermometers, within a brass bound breakfront rounded arched case, 16.5" high (pendulum and keys) £800-1200

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1261

1256. Good French black marble two train calendar mantel clock striking on a bell, the 5.5" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement, over a calendar dial with outside chapter ring indicating months of the year and the recessed centre with moon phase aperture and two subsidiary dials indicating days of the week and date of the month, within a rounded arched scrolling stepped case sgraffito with gilt foliage, 16.75" high (pendulum and key) £400-600 1257. Good French black and green marble and bronze two train drumhead mantel clock, the Japy Freres movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 5.5" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement, within a scrolling breakfront stepped case surmounted by a bronze eagle with outstretched wings attacking a snake over trailing foliage, 17.25" high (pendulum and key) £300-500 1258. French ecclesiastical inspired bronze and ormolu two train gothic mantel clock, the movement back plate signed Schuller á Paris, with silk suspension, outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the 4" skeletonised dial with Roman cartouche enamel numerals over a painted panel depicting a seated lady with two naked infants in a rural landscape, also signed Schuller HR á Paris on the case beneath the dial, within an ornate gothic stepped case with applied foliate mounts and surmounted by four tapering spires and ornate scrolling foliate finial, 23.25" high £400-800

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1263

1259. Brass single fusee skeleton clock with passing strike on a bell, with 5.75" painted cream chapter ring, upon rounded supports and stepped bell shaped feet, under a glass dome and upon an ebonised stepped base, 18.75" high overall £250-350 1260. Junghans small globe mantel clock timepiece, the cobalt blue movement casing with applied Arabic numerals over a ball pendulum, supported upon tripod cylindrical brass legs to the stepped and ring turned white marble base, 10.25" high (key) £200-300 1261. Small English brass single fusee skeleton clock, the 4" silvered chapter ring signed Thompson, Sloane Street, London, upon lyre supports and bell stepped feet, under a glass dome and upon a rectangular mahogany stand, 12.5" high (pendulum) £400-600 1262. Brass grasshopper action single fusee skeleton clock, the 4" white chapter ring under a subsidiary demi lune chapter ring, raised upon curving supports, 15.25" high overall £300-500 1263. Good brass single fusee skeleton clock, the 5" silvered chapter ring signed J. Coxsavory, 47, Cornhill, London, no. 748, upon angled supports and stepped pedestals, under a glass dome and upon a rounded ebonised base, 18.5" high (locking pendulum) £400-600 GARDINER HOULGATE


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1264

1264. Rosewood single fusee bracket clock, the 6" convex white dial signed Parsons, Bristol, within a stepped case inlaid with stylised brass motifs and surmounted by a stepped cornice and pineapple finial, 15.75" high (pendulum and door keys) £300-500 1265. French black marble two train mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the 5.75" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement over a bevelled glazed front, within a stepped rounded arched case, 18.25" high (mercury pendulum and key) £300-500 1266. Good English rosewood gothic double fusee bracket clock, the 7" silvered wavy arched dial signed Knight, Halstead, the movement with pull repeat striking on a bell and with locking pendulum, the stepped case with ebonised cluster columns and detachable spires, with triangular canted cornice, 19" high (pendulum and door key) £800-1200 1267 1267. Good walnut 'Drop a Penny in the Slot' polyphon playing 19.75" discs, the upper glazed section with turned and fluted supports, surmounted by a gallery and four turned finials, the lower section fitted with a hinged cupboard door containing over 40 discs and supported upon a moulded plinth base, 83" high **This polyphon has over forty discs and bears the Nicole Freres, Ltd retail label fixed inside the upper back £2500 £3500

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1268

1268. Good brass double fusee skeleton mantel clock striking on a gong and bells (missing), the 6.5" pierced silvered dial upon gothic supports and cushioned base mounted upon a white marble rectangular plinth, under a glass dome, 21" high overall (winding key) £800-1200 1269. Good French mahogany and ormolu mounted two train portico mantel clock, the 4.25" silvered dial signed Musy Pere & Fils HRS du Roi á Turin, the movement with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, within a well figured mahogany stepped case with foliate ormolu mounts, 19.25" high (fancy ormolu cast pendulum and key) £300-500 1270. English rosewood double fusee bracket clock, the movement back plate singed Thwaites & Reed, Clerkenwell, London, with locking pendulum, the 7" convex cream dial signed W. Pile, Frith St. Soho Sq, within a brass bound panelled stepped case surmounted by a wavy high gadrooned carved cornice, 19.25" high (pendulum and keys) £600-900

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1269

1271. Good French black and green marble drumhead two train mantel clock, the S. Marti movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 4.75" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement, over a bevelled glazed pendulum window and within a stepped case, 18.75" high (pendulum and key) £200-300 1272. Unusual French alabaster two train mantel clock, the Japy Freres movement with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the 3.75" dial with Roman cartouche enamel numerals, within a stylish Art Deco style case, applied with a blue cabouchon stone centred below the dial and other gilt metal mounts, upon a flaring base and surmounted by an urn, 15.25" high (pendulum) £250-350 LOTS 1273 - 1280 NO LOT

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1287

1281. Mahogany single fusee 12" wall dial clock signed Camerer. Cuss & Co. 56, New Oxford St., London, within a turned surround (pendulum) £250-350 1282. Mahogany single fusee 12" wall dial clock signed Q. Gantlett, Calne, within a flat surround with C scroll and foliate carved border (pendulum & door key) £300-400 1283. Rosewood and mother of pearl inlaid double fusee drop dial wall clock signed J-W-Sharp, Parade, Birmingham, within an octagonal flat surround over pierced fruiting vines and a frosted glass pendulum window (pendulum) £350-550 1284. American advertising single train drop dial wall clock signed Baird Clock Co. Plattsburg N.Y., no. 15 on the dial, within a flat surround inscribed Singali Valley & Calcoolie in raised gilt lettering over a circular fronted drop inscribed Strong and Fragrant enclosing a circular lenticle, within a green painted case, 31.5" high overall (pendulum and key) £200-400 1285. Interesting mahogany single fusee 17" wall dial clock inscribed with The Royal Cypher (pendulum) *This clock has interesting provenance and there two hand written labels attached to the inside of the right hand side door, the first inscribed 'S233 Estate Duty Office Somerset House Small Dining Rm. Basement, 22.2.23 'and the second '2670 J.P.O. Somerset House Rm. 202 Basement, 26/1/34' ** The dial has been re-painted £1000-1500

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1286 1286. English black lacquer and chinoiserie decorated single train hooded wall clock, the 11" brass arched dial signed Miles Abraham, Newport Pagnall to the foliate engraved centre with calendar aperture, the later arch fitted with a silvered convex boss inscribed Tempus Fugit, the Dutch style case with a shaped drop gilded with storks by a lake in a pagoda setting and fitted with a Rococo carved bordered pendulum window, the sliding hood surmounted by a rounded arched moulded pediment, 44" high (pendulum and weight) £1000-1500 1287. Early English oak cased hooded single train wall clock with alarm, the 8" square brass dial signed James Norman, Charminster on the brass chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with central alarm dial and iron hand, 19.5" high overall (no weight or pendulum and within a later case) £500-800

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1293 1288. English brass lantern wall clock, the 8" square dial with silvered chapter ring signed John Giles, enclosing a matted centre with a single iron hand (no weight or pendulum) £400-600 1289. Interesting early German verge hoop and spike iron cased wall clock, the 10" painted square dial with canted top corners and two iron hands £300-500 1290. Mahogany silver fusee 10"wall dial clock signed J. Ganz, Swansea, within a cast bezel and turned surround (pendulum) £300-500 1291. Good mahogany two train trunk dial wall clock, the 16" white dial within a cast bezel and wooden turned surrounds over a long door and canted base, 56" high (pendulum, two brass cased weights and keys) £500-800 1292. Mahogany single fusee 12" wall dial clock signed W.R.Last, Yarmouth, within a flat and foliate carved surround, (pendulum and key) £250-350 1293. Good double weight pantry clock, the 10" circular dial signed Whitehurst, Derby (two weights and pendulum) £400-600

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1294. Quaker hook and spike thirty hour wall clock, the 9" square brass dial with silver chapter ring enclosing an engine turned centre with single iron hand, surmounted by a large bell (pendulum and weight) £300-400

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1296 (Movement) 1296 1295. English thirty hour wall clock, the 9.75" square dial signed Wm Bassett, Mayfield to the centre engraved with steps to a building and scrolling foliage (pendulum, large weight, small weight and rope) £300-400 1296. RAF single fusee operations room sector clock, the 14" dial bearing the RAF logo with three chapter rings and coloured triangle markers, within a stained wooden turned surround (pendulum) £1000-2000 1297. Good early English mahogany single fusee wall dial clock, the 15" silvered dial signed Jno Mintern, London, with false pendulum bob aperture enclosed by a chapter circle inscribed 'The World's a Farce, All Things Show It', within a turned bezel and case surround, A-frame movement (pendulum) £1200-1800 1298. Mahogany single fusee 14" convex drop dial wall clock signed F. Nyomtato, Bridgend (pendulum) £250-350 1299. Mahogany single fusee 10" wall dial clock signed J. Hughes, Tregaron (pendulum and key) £400-600 1300. Fine Viennese Grand Sonnerie single weight regulator wall clock, the 6.25" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed centre with three winding apertures, within a fine figured glazed case surmounted by a pierced foliate carved cresting, 47" high (pendulum, weight and winding key) £800-1200

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1301. Unusual English mahogany trunk dial tavern wall clock, the 16" painted wooden octagonal dial signed Walter Roland, Berwick over a wavy top, the narrow trunk fitted long door and Bombé plinth with sliding front panel, 47.25" high (pendulum and weight) £1200-1800

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1302. Fine black lacquer and chinoiserie decorated single train tavern clock, the 24" dial signed P. Lloyd, Bristol beneath the 24" gilt painted dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, within a shaped moulded fluted surround, the trunk with moulded rounded arched door painted with three figures on steps before a pagoda entrance, with good original four pillar A frame movement, 60" high (pendulum, oval brass cased weight, crank handle winding key and two later gilded ball finials) ** This clock is in exceptional condition and retains most of its original paint. The maker Philip Lloyd was a highly regarded Bristol maker and made several astronomical and other complicated clocks - see A.J. Moore - The Clockmakers of Bristol, 1650-1900, pages 263-266 £3000-5000

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1303. Fine and rare mahogany striking tavern clock, the large five pillar two-train bell striking movement signed J. Drury, London Anno 1760 on the front plate, the 28" dial with Roman and Arabic numerals on a black Japanned surround enclosing a mahogany centre with hinged access to the movement, the trunk with glazed panels to the sides and with single hinged door to the right hand side, the lower case section also signed J. Drury London on a raised plaque over the mahogany curved top door (lacking the base of the case), 61.5" high (pendulum, two weights and keys) ** This clock was purchased from Sothebys Auction House on 26th February 1998 for £6000 (Lot 283) Copies of correspondence detailing restoration work undertaken on this clock by Thomas-Ellis Rees MBHI can be provided £5000-8000

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1304. Good black lacquer and chinoiserie decorated tavern clock, signed Jon Hawting, Oxford in gilt writing on the trunk below the dial, the 25" cream dial with brass heart arrow hands over the trunk fitted with a long door decorated with figures in a pagoda landscape, 58" high overall (pendulum, weight and keys) ** This clock has a later seat board £4000-6000

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1306 1308 1305. Good English hook and spike pantry wall clock striking on a bell, the 9" cream dial signed Whitehurst, Derby (pendulum and two weights) £300-500 1306. Mahogany wall regulator, the 13" silvered dial signed Barry & Sons, Cardiff, with subsidiary seconds and hour dials, the movement with deadbeat escapement and maintaining power, the case with long double glazed door, surmounted by a foliate carved cornice, 59.5" high (pendulum and bob, bezel, some small case parts, bottom bracket, winding key and pulley etc) £500-800

1307. Good musical hook and spike verge wall clock made for the Turkish market, the 9" square brass dial signed Robt Ward, London on a circular silvered disc to the arch over a silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre, the verge movement playing on a nest of six graduated bells and striking the hours on a larger bell above, 14" high overall (weight) £1200-1800 LOT 1308. Rare and interesting Kriegsmarine German U-Boat bulkhead clock, the 6.25" silvered dial inscribed 1051 N, with slow/fast aperture (lever missing) adjacent to two o'clock and with centre seconds, within a brass ring turned case £800-1200 LOTS 1308 - 1310 NO LOTS

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1312. Eight day longcase clock with five pillar movement, the 12" square brass dial signed Sam Aldworth (b.circa 1660- d.1725), Ivy, Strand, London on an oval silvered plate to the mated centre with subsidiary seconds dial, ringed winding holes and calendar aperture, the case with long door fitted with a circular lenticle and the hood surmounted by a flat moulded stepped cornice over a blind foliate fret carved panel, 79" high (pendulum, brass cased weights & winding key) £450-650

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LONGCASE CLOCKS 1311. Dutch eight day longcase clock movement, the 12.25" brass arched dial signed Etienne Hubert, Amsterdam on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial enclosing a calendar aperture over ringed winding holes and another aperture displaying months of the year, surmounted by a moon phase aperture to the silvered engraved arch (pendulum and two brass case weights); also a thirty hour longcase clock movement, the 13" painted arched dial signed WM. Asher (pendulum and weight); also another spare weight £150-250

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1313. Good mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 11.75" square brass dial signed Thos Bullock, Bath (fl.1764-1773) on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the case with long rounded arched door and the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment, 81.5" high (pendulum, two weights and winding key) £600-900 1314. Interesting and unusual mahogany inlaid eight day longcase clock, with 11.75" cream painted dial, the movement with pull repeat, the demi lune case trunk with long door over an inlaid base with rounded arched front recess, the drumhead hood with boxwood line and chevron banding, convex dial glass, 85.5" high (pendulum and two weights) ** This clock was purchased from auction as part of the attic sale from 'Hamiltons Palace, Scotland' held by Christie, Wood & Mason in 1919 £800-1200 1315. Oak eight day longcase clock, the 10" square brass dial signed John Warner, Draycott on a silvered arched plate to the matted centre with calendar aperture, the case with long door and the hood surmounted by a flat moulded stepped cornice, 77.5" high (pendulum and two weights) £200-300 57


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1316. Oak eight day longcase clock, the 11" square brass dial signed Jonas Barber, Fecit on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a plain centre with ringed winding holes and calendar aperture, the associated case with long beaded door fitted with a circular lenticle and the hood surmounted by a flat stepped moulded pediment over a blind foliate fret carved frieze, 77" high (pendulum, two weights and winding key) £500-750

1318. Oak eight day longcase clock with 5-pillar movement, the 12" brass arched dial signed John and Henry Pepper Biggleswade on an arched plate to the matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, with strike/silent dial to the arch, the case with long moulded rounded arched door and the hood surmounted by a rounded arched stepped moulded pediment and two brass ball and eagle finials (top finial missing), 83" high (pendulum and two weights)

1317. Oak eight day longcase clock, the 12" brass arched dial signed Robert Sadler, London on a silvered boss to the arch over a silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the case with medium length beaded door flanked by quarter fluted columns and the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment and fluted brass ball and spike finial, 90" high (pendulum, two brass cased weights and winding key) £300-500

** The pepper dynasty were the pre-eminent clock makers in the area with John & Henry recorded as only working together between 1777-81 £700-1200

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1319. Contemporary mahogany three train grandmother clock, the 8" brass arched dial with silvered chapter ring, the FHS German movement striking on five rods, the case with long glazed door and the hood surmounted by a rounded moulded arched pediment, 59.25" high (pendulum and three weights) £50-80 GARDINER HOULGATE


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1320. Good mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 13" brass arched dial signed Robt Webster, Whitby on a silvered convex boss to the arch, over a silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the case with long wavy arched door flanked by fluted columns and capitals, the hood surmounted by a swan neck fretwork pediment and brass ball and spike finial, 94" high (pendulum, two weights and keys) £700-1000 1321. Mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 12" brass arched dial signed Robert Craig on the foliate engraved brass arch over a silvered engraved calendar and moon phase aperture with Arabic and Roman numeral chapter rings, the principal silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial, ringed winding holes and calendar aperture, the case with long beaded edged rounded arched door and the hood surmounted by a shortened caddy top with two brass ball and spike finials, 92" high (pendulum, two weights and keys) £700-1000

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1323 1322. French oak Comtoise eight day longcase clock, the 8.25" convex white dial signed Tiercelin á Pontorson within a repousse brass foliate surround, the case with long glazed door and the hood surmounted by a wavy cornice, 92" high (ornate repousse brass pendulum and two weights) £60-100 1323. Oak eight day longcase clock, the 14" painted arched dial signed Geo Moore, Cumnock, with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, the case with long door and the hood surmounted by a flat stepped cornice, 82.5" high (pendulum, two weights and winding key) £300-500 1324. Good oak three train grandmother clock, the 8" brass arched dial inscribed Tempus Fegit on a silvered disc to the arch, the movement striking on a eight rods, within a carved and beaded decorated case, surmounted by a rounded arched stepped moulded pediment, 65.75" high (pendulum) £80-120 59


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1325. Interesting contemporary eight day longcase night clock made after Edward East, the 11.25" painted arched dial inscribed after EDW.D East, with calendar aperture and painted owl to the centre, the arch fitted with an aperture displaying circular revolving Roman hour numerals illuminated by bulbs fitted to the top of the movement, the figured pine case with short door and the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment fitted with brass rosettes, 82" high (pendulum and two weights) £1200-1600 1326. Interesting early oak small eight day longcase clock, the 9" brass arched dial signed John Halifax on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre and the arch fitted with a convex boss inscribed Tempus Fegit, the case with long rounded arched door, with geometric inlay and fitted with a circular lenticle, the hood surmounted by a flat stepped cornice, 74" high (pendulum and two weights) £600-1000 60

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1327 1327. Good mahogany regulator longcase clock, the 12" silvered dial signed Webster, Queen Victoria, London with subsidiary seconds dial, the movement with deadbeat escapement and maintaining power, the case with long glazed door, 69" high (wooden rod pendulum, weight and winding key) £1500-2500 1328. Oak thirty hour longcase clock, the 10.75" square brass dial signed John Fry, Melksham on a shaped plate, the matted centre with calendar aperture, the case with long rounded arched door and the hood surmounted by a flat stepped pediment, 79" high (pendulum and weight) £300-500

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1329. Oak thirty hour longcase clock, the 11" square painted dial indistinctly signed ...., Beckington, the case with long wavy pointed arched door and the hood surmounted by a flat step pediment, 77" high ( pendulum and weight) £50-80 1330. Mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 12" brass arched dial signed Joshua Rudd, Bradford on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial, ringed winding holes and a calendar aperture, the arch with a convex silvered engraved sun, the case with long door flanked by fluted canted columns and the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment and brass ball and spire finial, 87" high (pendulum, two weights and winding key) £400-600 1331. Oak eight day longcase clock, the 12" brass arched dial signed Richard Lewis, Wincanton on an arched plate to the matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, with strike/ silent dial to the arch, the case with long rounded arched door and the hood surmounted by a rounded moulded pediment, 79" high (pendulum and two weights) £250-350 1332. Contemporary light oak three train grandmother clock, the 9" brass arched dial signed Emperor Clock Co. Ltd, Ascot, the case with long bevelled glazed door and the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment, 75" high (pendulum, three weights and makers instruction manual) £50-80 1333. Mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 13" brass arched dial signed Thos Moss, Frodsham to the foliate engraved centre with subsidiary seconds dial, with moon phase to the arch under a silvered plate inscribed 'On times uncertain date eternal hours depend', the flamed case with short pointed arched door and the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment and brass ball and eagle finial, 94" high )pendulum, two weights and winding key) £300-500 1334. Mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 14" painted arched dial signed Jas Foulds, Kilmarnock, with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, the inlaid case with long flamed crossbanded door and the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment and brass medallion and spike finial, 90" high (pendulum, two weights and keys) £300-500

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1335. Oak three train grandmother clock, the 9.25" brass arched dial with silent strike and chime/silent levers, silver chapter ring enclosing a matted centre and silvered convex boss to the arch, the movement striking on eight rods, the case with long glazed arched door and with a rounded moulded hood, 70" high (pendulum and three weights) £100-150 1336. Pine thirty hour longcase clock, the 11" square painted dial signed Philp, Okehampton, with calendar aperture, the case with long door and the hood with a flat moulded pediment, 78" high (pendulum and weight) £80-140 1337. Mahogany thirty hour longcase clock, the 12" painted square dial signed Hancock, Yeovil, the case with long door and the hood surmounted by a flat dentil cornice, 74" high (pendulum and weight) £80-120

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1338. ffĩak eight day longcase clock with five pillar movement, the 12" square brass dial signed Richard Grigg, Andover on the silvered chapter ring enclosing an engraved matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the case with long beaded moulded edged door and the hood surmounted by a flat moulded stepped pediment, 84" high (pendulum and two weights) £300-500 1339. Mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 13" arched dial painted with biblical scenes and signed William Palmer, Worcester, the case with short door flanked by quarter fluted columns and the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment, 90" high (pendulum and two weights) £200-300 1340. Oak eight day longcase clock, the 12" square brass dial with silvered chapter ring signed D. Crawly, Lavington enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial, ringed winding holes and calendar aperture, the case with long door and the hood surmounted by a flat moulded stepped pediment, 80" high (pendulum, weights and winding key) £200-400 1341. Good mahogany three train grandmother clock, the movement playing on five rods, the 8.5" brass arched dial with silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre, the case with long wavy pointed arched door inlaid with a vase and foliage, surmounted by a rounded arched moulded pediment, 66.5" high (winding key) £250-350 1342. Contemporary German grandmother clock, the dial signed Tempus Fugit, the case with lead panelled stained glass door, 69" high (pendulum and three weights) £30-50

1345. Enfield oak two train grandmother clock striking on a gong, 45.25" high £40-80 1346. Eight day longcase clock movement signed Thomas Bridge, on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a foliate engraved matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture (pendulum and two weights) £60-100 1347. Eight day longcase clock movement, the 14" brass arched dial with silvered chapter ring enclosing a foliate engraved centre with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials; also another thirty hour longcase clock movement, the 10" square silvered dial signed Jas Steevens, Hindon, with calendar aperture (2) £60-100 1348. Eight day longcase clock movement, the 12" brass arched dial signed Jonathan Ward, Stroud to the foliate engraved centre with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, with high water at Bristol key and moon phase to the arch £80-120 1349. Good oak Arts & Crafts case with aperture for a 10.5" square dial, with long door inlaid with graduated ebony and boxwood lozenges, upon a flared base and surmounted by a flat canted cornice, 76" high (door key) £200-400

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1343. Arts & Crafts style oak longcase regulator, the 12" square copper dial with silvered chapter ring signed Swinden & Sons, Birmingham, enclosing a stylised engraved centre with subsidiary seconds dial, the movement with deadbeat escapement and maintaining power, the case with long door carved with a central mask amidst scrolling foliage and the hood surmounted by a triangular pediment, 94.5" high (pendulum, weight and keys) £300-500 1344. Scottish mahogany eight day longcase clock signed Samuel Ritchie, Forfar, with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, painted to the spandrels with seated ladies depicting the four seasons and with a battle scene to the arch, the case with short length crossbanded door flanked by quarter fluted columns and the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment and brass ball finial, 84" high (pendulum and two weights) £250-350

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DAY-TWO Affordable Clocks & Miscellaneous Horology Friday 22nd October 2021 at 10am

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MISCELLANEOUS HOROLOGY 1401. Bosch PSM 125 300 Watt electric double ended grinder, 12.25" wide; also an emco electric drill 15" high and an emco electric lathe (3) £80-120 1402. Single fusee movement with pendulum and hands, mounted upon a wooden block, 9.5" high overall £40-80 1403. Rare Kosmoid Patented time recorder, the 5.5" silvered dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within an oak case with hinged metal lid, with press lever and recessed handle to the sides, 13" wide; also a Gledhill-Brook time recorder, within a light grey metal case and two oak cased Gledhill-Brook time recorders (4) £80-120 1404. Six various small torsion clocks under glass domes, tallest 8" high (8) £20-40 1405. Two large contemporary torsion clocks, both 12.5" high; also eight other various torsion clocks, two without domes (10) £40-80 1406. Arts & Crafts style ebonised mantel clock timepiece, 13.25" high; also ten various wooden cased mantel timepieces (11) £30-60 1407. Ten various two train mantel clocks, tallest 12.5" high (10) £40-80 1408. Two Smiths Bakelite cased two train mantel clocks, each 7.25" high; also eight other various two train wooden cased mantel clocks, tallest 9" high (10) £40-80 1409. Nine various three train wooden cased mantel clocks (9) £40-80 1410. Novelty mantel clock timepiece, the case modelled as a large bird's egg overlaid with foliage and upon a pedestal pierced base, 10" high; also six other various mantel and boudoir timepieces (7) £25-45

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1411. Nine various contemporary carriage type clocks all within brushed brass cases, tallest 7.25"high (9) £20-40 1412. Nine various contemporary carriage type clocks all within brushed brass cases, tallest 6" high (9) £20-40 1413. Seven various contemporary carriage clock type timepieces, tallest 7.5" high (7) £30-60 1414. Ten various brass and silvered case mantel clocks, tallest 10" high (10) £40-80 1415. Six various contemporary brass cased mantel clocks (6) £40-80 1416. Thirty hour birdcage longcase clock movement, the 11" square brass dial signed John Best, Padstow to the engraved centre with calendar aperture; also another longcase clock movement with 11" square painted dial and two painted arched dials (4) £60-100 1417. Scratch built inclined plane 'Clepsydra' (water clock), fitted with a brass drum which descends an inclined ebonised wooden plane over Roman cartouche enamel numerals fixed to the side, 32" long overall £150-250 1418. Eleven various contemporary clock movements, some by Tander (11) £30-60 1419. International Time Recording Co. Limited of London time recorder, within an oak glazed case, 39.75" high £40-80 1420. Antique pine wall clock case with dial aperture, 9.25" high x 7.5" wide, over a shaped trunk, 54.5" high overall £40-80 1421. Two similar brass case weights (2) £50-80 1422. Pair of good brass cased weights with ring turned decoration (2) £50-80 GARDINER HOULGATE


1423. Coloured marble oval dome base, 13.25" wide, 9.5" deep; also a clock dome, 15.5" high, 12" wide, 6" deep, and five various size ebonised dome bases (7) £40-80 1424. Pair of large public clock painted metal dials, 30.5" diameter £100-200

LOTS 1425-1430 NO LOTS

Small Miscellaneous Horology 1431. Large quantity of clock making and general tools including a cased micrometre, planes, clamps, drill bits and various hand tools etc. £50-150 1432. Quantity of various mainly old wooden handled tools, including hammers, saws and chisels etc. £50-80 1433. Quantity of various size circular dial clock glasses; also two pendulums, pair of Black Forest weights and other clock fittings including side doors and finials etc £40-80 1434. Large quantity of small clock fittings, screws and nails etc. contained within a bank of one hundred and ninety two small plastic drawers; also a green slender cabinet fitted with twelve sliding drawers, 39" high x 11.25" wide x 17" deep (including handles) (2) £50-150 1435. Brass depthing tool with a wooden case, 3.5" long overall £20-40 1436. Interesting miniature cylindrical brass night clock with globular opaque glass shade inscribed with Roman numerals, within a cylindrical travelling case, 5" high £100-150 1437. Old fusee movement with A-frame shaped plates, 7" high; also an eight day movement, two thirty hour movements and six various size antique clock bells (10) £40-80

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1438. Old compass inscribed Stanley, London no. 1825 within hinged mirrored lid opening to reveal the compass and two small spirit levels, also signed again to the base plate; also an old cockpit clock without hands, pocket barometer, interesting old movement etc £80-120 1439. Collection of old watch keys and clock hands etc £40-80 1440. Joseph Sewill old incomplete marine chronometer in need of rebuilding, the 3.75" brass dial signed Joseph Sewill, Castle St, Liverpool..., with subsidiary state of wind and seconds chapter rings, with metal casing and part-fusee movement £80-150 1441. Six old barometer dials, Japy Freres two train mantel clock movement and several electric and other clocks etc £60-100 1442. Good large brass and steel twin chambered mercury pendulum, 7.5" high £80-120 1443. Small quantity of old longcase clock pendulum bobs (12) £30-60 1444. Quantity of carriage clock bevelled glasses, assorted carriage clock dials and new cast gorge cases £80-140 1445. Ten various cranked winding handles (10) £60-100 1446. No lot 1447. No lot 1448. Large quantity of various size clock winding and door keys; also a small quantity of clock hands £50-80 1449. Fifteen various small travel and boudoir clocks, some electric (15) £30-60 1450. Bayard eight day carriage clock timepiece; also two small Dutch wall clocks (largest 20" high) and two other contemporary mantel clocks (5) £60-100 65


1451. Large quantity of mainly contemporary clock hands and other small clock and watch fittings including platform escapements etc £60-100 1452. Small quantity of various clock fittings including winding keys, pendulums, dial glasses and bezels, spandrels, mainsprings etc £40-80

1462. Ten various old clock bells (10) £40-80 1463. Seven various early 18th century clock bells (7) £60-100 1464. Nine various small French mantel clock bells (9) £25-45

1453. Quantity of vintage aircraft and car clocks by various manufacturers including Jaeger, S. Smith & Sons etc, in need of restoration and assembly, some incomplete £200-300

1465. Eleven various French mantel clock bells (11) £30-50

1454. S. Smith & Sons cockpit clock, the 3" black dial with centre seconds and subsidiary time of trip dial, within a blackened metal casing £60-100

1466. Ten sets of pierced brass spandrels; also a set of 18th century pierced brass lantern frets £50-80

1455. Quantity of clock tools and fittings including pendulums, dial glasses and mainsprings etc £60-100

1467. Large quantity of various pierced brass spandrels; also a small quantity of pierced brass clock side frets and various other brass clock parts £40-80

1456. Small pine chest of four long drawers containing small watch tools including pliers, precision screw drivers, large quantity of alkaline batteries etc, 16.5" wide x 10.5" deep x 11" high £30-60

1468. Nine various fusee clock chains (9) £50-80

1457. Cardboard tray containing miscellaneous horological items, including new pendulum bobs, small clocks, various movements and clock parts etc £40-80 1458. J.M. Wild brass depthing tool, within a fitted case with accessories, 11" long £150-200 1459. Garrard three train mantel clock striking on five rods, within an Art Deco oak case, 8.5" high (pendulum and key); also an oak case two train Napoleon hat mantel clock and a large quantity of old movements and clock spares etc £30-60 1460. Large quantity of various size clock glasses and two small domes £30-60 1461. Ten various size old clock bells; also three new longcase clock bells (13) £40-80

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1469. Large quantity of small brass clock finials; also a small quantity of turned wooden clock finials £40-80 1470. Six various brass mantel clock pendulums (6) £30-50 1471. Ten various French clock pendulums (10) £50-80 1472. Ten various French clock pendulums (10) £50-80 1473. Twenty four brass clock pillar capitals (24) £50-80 1474. Large quantity of various brass clock pillar capitals (over thirty) £60-100 1475. Twelve longcase clock pulleys and three regulator pulleys; also six pairs of pulleys £30-50

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1476. Very large quantity of various old clock hands; also a framed print of various longcase clock hands, 14" x 10" £40-80 1477. Twenty old pairs of various clock hands, mounted on card 16.5" x 12" £40-80 1478. Twenty pairs of old various clock hands, mounted on card, 16.5" x 10.5" £40-80 1479. Quantity of skilfully cut copies of various early clock hands, mounted on card, 15" x 21" £30-60 1480. Nineteen various old longcase clock door locks (19) £40-80 1481. Twenty three various old longcase clock door locks (23) £40-80 1482. Quantity of various longcase clock movement parts etc.; also a small quantity of various clock mainsprings £40-80 1483. Twelve various crank handle longcase clock winding keys (12) £80-120 1484. Eleven various similar crank handle longcase clock winding keys (11) £60-100 1485. Ten various still longcase clock winding keys (10) £60-100 1486. Ten various old crank handle longcase clock winding keys (10) £80-120 1487. Twenty brass carriage clock keys (20) £40-80 1488. Twenty various steel and brass carriage clock keys (20) £40-80 1489. Twenty French brass carriage clock keys (20) £40-80

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1490. Nine various brass carriage clock centre keys (9) £30-60 1491. Eighteen various moon-shaped brass carriage clock keys (18) £40-80 1492. Twelve old French steel clock winding keys (12) £40-80 1493. Twelve various large English brass dial clock keys (12) £30-50 1494. Thirty various steel and brass butterfly clock winding keys (30) £30-60 1495. Seventeen various French steel clock winding keys (17) £40-80 1496. Eight various circular cast clock bezels and some other bezels; also an old brass chronometer gimble £60-100 1497. Quantity of various longcase clock seat boards and clock stands (20) £50-100 1498. Small Lorch electric lathe, the motor and lathe end mounted on a rectangular base; also with a small box of attachments and collets and a foot pedal £120-180 1499. Small steel bench lathe with screw bracket fittings, 16" long £80-120 1500. Box of various old complete and incomplete movements; also a small quantity of tools and clock fittings £30-60 LOTS 1501-1510 NO LOTS

BOOKS 1511. Britten's - Old Clocks & Watches and Their Makers, 9th edition; also Robert. D. Ball - American Shelf and Wall Clocks, A Pictorial History for Collectors and Ronald E. Rose - English Dial Clocks (3) £20-40 67


1512. Britten-Watch and Clokmakers's hand book dictionary and guide; also three other hardback standard horological reference books, small quantity of antiquarian horology magazines and horological journals etc £10-20 1513. Nicholas Goodison - English Barometers, 1680-1860, A History of Domestic Barometers and Their Makers and Retailers £5-15 1514. George White - English Lantern Clocks, published 1989; Brian Loomes - Lantern Clocks & Their Makers, published 2008, W.F.J. Hanna - English Lantern Clocks, published 1979 and two lantern clock exhibition catalogues by Darken & Hooper and Bill Bruce (5) £200-300 1515. Very large quantity of horological related postcards contained in seven albums £40-80 1516. A.J. Moore - The Clockmakers of Somerset, 1650-1900, 1998 edition signed by the author; also J.K. Bellchambers - Somerset Clockmakers, Arthur L. Haggar and Leonard F. Miller - Suffolk Clocks & Clockmakers and Emmanuel Ducamp - Breguet Horologer Depuis 1775 (4) £150-200 1517. Charles Allix and Peter Bonnert - Carriage Clocks, Their History and Development; also Derek Roberts - Carriage and Other Travelling Clocks and Charles Terwilliger - A Century of Fine Carriage Clocks, Clocks Chosen and Described by Joseph Fanelli (3) £20-40 1518. Percy G. Dawson, C.B. Drover & D.W. Parkes - Early English Clocks; also Brian Loomes - Brass Dial Clocks and six other standard horological reference books (8) £25-45 1519. Rupert T. Gould - The Marine Chronometer, Its History and Development; also twenty-three other various hardback and paperback standard horological reference books (24) £30-50 1520. George White - English Lantern Clocks, published 1989 £200-250

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1521. David Pollard - The Astronomical Clockmaker Edward Cockey and other Warminster horologists; also a small quantity of other standard horological reference books (11) £20-40 1522. Leica fotografi English edition magazines, years 1974 and 1975 (bound); also a quantity of various horological standard reference books £20-40 1523. Tim Marshall - The Quaker Clockmakers of North Oxfordshire; also Maxwell Craven - John Whitehurst of Derby, Clockmaker & Scientist 1713-88 and nine other various standard horological reference books (11) £40-80 1524. Percy G. Dawson, C.B. Drover & D.W. Parkes - Early English Clocks; also five other standard horological reference books (6) £20-40 1525. John Robey - The Longcase Clock Reference Book, volumes 1 & 2; also Tom Robinson - The Longcase Clock (3) £30-50 1526. Alan & Rita Shenton - Collectable Clocks, 1840-1940, reference and price guide; also five other standard horological reference books (6) £20-40 LOTS 1527 - 1529 NO LOTS

MANTEL CLOCKS 1530. Oak two train mantel clock striking on a bell, the movement back plate stamped Fattorini & Sons, Bradford, English Manufacture, the 4.5" white chapter ring inscribed Patent Automatic Alarm and enclosing a gilt centre with alarm dial, within a pillared stepped case, 13" high (pendulum and key); also a small walnut cased barometer/thermometer, 18.5" high (2) £50-80 1531. Mahogany portico two train drumhead mantel clock striking on a bell, 11.75" high (pendulum); also a Seth Thomas two train shelf clock striking on a bell and gong, 18" high (pendulum & key) £50-80

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1532. Small walnut two train mantel clock, the Japy movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3.5" white dial within a stepped rounded arched case, 9.75" high (pendulum); also a small French eight day oak cased Napoleon hat mantel timepiece, 5.5" high (2) £30-50 1533. French black marble two train mantel clock, the movement back plate signed Simpson et Co á Paris, with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the 3.75" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed centre with visible escapement, within a breakfront fluted canted case bearing a brass plaque to the front inscribed 'The family of General Palmer to Dr Collet', 13.75" high £120-160

1534. Mahogany two train mantel clock, the Vincenti movement back plate bearing the Richard & Co trademark logo and striking on a gong, the 5.5" white dial within a foliate and ribbon swag carved case surmounted by a wavy cornice, 15.25" high (pendulum) £100-150 1535. Small French black slate two train drumhead mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3.5" white dial within a stepped scrolling case with foliate sgraffito decoration, 8.75" high (pendulum) £50-80 1536. Small French oak mantel clock timepiece, within a stepped case surmounted by a brass handle, 7.5" high £50-80 1537. Mahogany two train bracket clock striking on four small gongs and one larger, the 8" silvered dial with fast slow lever at nine o'clock, within a rounded arched stepped case inlaid with boxwood lines, 14.75" high (pendulum); also another walnut two train mantel clock striking on four small and one larger gong, the silvered dial with slow/fast lever at nine o'clock, within a wavy rounded arched stepped case, 11.75" high (pendulum) (2) £60-100 1538. Mahogany single fusee bracket clock, the 6.5" silvered dial signed Kaye & Co. Ltd, Worcester, within a rounded arched panelled stepped case, 14" high (pendulum and key) £200-300 1539. Walnut single fusee bracket clock, the movement bearing the trademark maker's logo GRV within a circle, the 5" brass dial within a stepped case, 12" high (pendulum) £150-200

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1540 1540. Unusual mahogany two train ting-tang mantel clock, the 5.5" silvered arched dial with silvered chapter ring and slow/fast subsidiary dial to the arch, the W & H movement striking on two gongs, within a rounded arched stepped case with one piece bevelled glazed centre, 12" high (pendulum and key) £200-300 1541. French ebonised two train mantel clock striking on a bell, the 5.5" gilt dial signed Bennett a Paris, within a stepped case, 15" high; also a Smith Sectric electric slave dial (2) £50-80 1542. French black slate two train mantel clock, the S. Marti movement striking on a bell, the 5.5" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed centre with visible escapement, within an architectural stepped case with cast bronze mounts, 17.25" high (pendulum) £120-180 1543. Good French black and lapis blue marble two train mantel clock striking on a bell, the 5.75" cobalt blue chapter ring enclosing a recessed gilt engraved centre with visible escapement, within a rounded arched breakfront case sgraffito with scrolling foliage, 18.5" high (pendulum and key) £200-300

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1544. French black slate and red marble two train mantel clock striking on a bell, the 4" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement, within a breakfront canted stepped case, 10.5" high (pendulum and key) £60-100 1545. French black slate and green marble two train mantel clock striking on a bell, the 3.75" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed centre with visible escapement and signed J.R.H. Chaplin, London-Bridge, within a breakfront stepped case, 9.75" high (pendulum and key) £60-100 1546. Seth Thomas mahogany three train shelf clock, the 5.75" cream dial bearing the maker's logo, the movement striking on two bells and a gong over the maker's label, the case with etched glazed door flanked by turned pillars and surmounted by an arched cornice, 22.25" high (pendulum and key) £50-80 1547. Seven various wooden cased mantel clocks; also six various empty wooden mantel clock cases (13) £20-50 1548. Oak three train bracket clock, the movement striking the hours on a gong and the quarters on four rods, the silvered arched dial with subsidiary chime/silent and slow/fast dials, within a stepped pillared rounded arched case surmounted by a brass handle, 16" high (pendulum) £120-180 1549. Light oak cased three train mantel clock, the Kienzle movement no. 37131 striking on five rods, the 6.25" square brass dial plate with silver chapter ring enclosing a matted centre, within a foliate carved stepped pillared case surmounted by a caddy top, 18"high (pendulum) £120-160 1550. Brass lantern clock, the French two train movement with platform escapement, 11.75" high £70-100 1550A. French black slate and green marble two train mantel clock, 11.25" high; also another black slate mantel timepiece, Ansonia timepiece and two contemporary battery clocks (5) £30-50 1551. German walnut two train mantel clock striking on a gong, the 5" silvered dial within a pillared stepped case with wavy cornice, 14.25" high (pendulum and key) £30-50

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1553 1552. Lenzkirch oak ting tang mantel clock striking on two gongs, No. 52/991908, within a foliate carved case, 12.5" high; also an H A C two train 14 day strike mantel clock, within a carved stepped walnut case, 13.75" high and a mahogany Napoleon hat inlaid two train mantel clock, 10" high, all in need of restoration (all with pendulums and keys) (3) £80-120 1553. French gilt metal and black veined marble two train portico mantel clock garniture striking on a bell, the 3.5" white painted dial within a drumhead casing supported upon two pillars to the rectangular base and surmounted by a classical urn, 16.5" high; also with a pair of matching slender vase side pieces, 11" high (pendulum and key) £100-150 1554. Contemporary brass skeleton clock inscribed original Kieninger, Made in Germany No (0) jewels unadjusted No.S83, under a glass dome and upon a circular base, 11" high (pendulum and key); also an American ebonised and gilt cased shelf clock with alarm, 14.75" high (pendulum) (2) £30-60 1555. French mahogany two train mantel clock, the Samuel Marti movement striking on a gong, the 5" white dial within a rounded arched inlaid case, 11.75" high £40-60 1556. French gilt metal and porcelain mounted two train mantel clock garniture, the Japys Freres movement striking on a bell, the 3.5" porcelain dial within an ornate breakfront case surmounted by a classical urn, 15.5" high; also with a pair of matching urn side pieces, 12.5" high (pendulum) £200-300 GARDINER HOULGATE


1560 1557. Brass easel clock timepiece, the movement with platform escapement and stamped with the maker's initials E.G.L within an oval, the 3.5" white dial within a pierced baroque style frame, 12.5" high (key) £80-120 1558. Brass easel cased clock timepiece and matching aneroid barometer pair, both within foliate pierced frames surmounted by the mask of a Classical bearded man, 9.75" high (key) (2) £100-150 1559. Unusual brass and blue enamel cased easel clock timepiece, the movement with platform escapement, the 3.25" white chapter ring enclosing a filigree gilt centre, within an enamel frame overlaid with copper and brass foliage, with geometric stylised pierced surround, 10.75" high (key) £80-120 1560. Good coloured marble Art Deco two train mantel clock striking on a bell, the lozenge silvered dial mounted over a sloping base with a kneeling bronze female archer to one side firing arrows at leaping deer to the other, 24" wide (pendulum) £100-150 1561. Art Deco coloured marble mantel clock garniture, the diamond silvered dial inset into a rectangular case surmounted by a bronzed cat playing with a ball, 10" high (pendulum and key); also with a pair of matching side pieces, 5" high (fixed key) £30-50

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1562. Contemporary brass electric orrery, raised upon a tripod base, 15" high £100-150 1563. Contemporary brass electric orrery, raised upon a tripod base, 13.5" high £100-150 1564. Mahogany two train mantel clock striking on four rods, the 6" silvered engraved dial with silent/chime subsidiary dial to the arch, within an inlaid stepped case, 14" high (pendulum and key); also a small oak case mantel timepiece £40-70 1565. French black slate and red marble two train mantel clock striking on a bell, the 5.5" white dial within a rounded arched stepped case scrafitto with scrolling foliage, 15.75" high; also a brass torsion clock with ball pendulum, under a glass dome and upon a stepped circular base, 12" high (2) £50-80 1566. French ormolu and white marble two train drumhead portico mantel clock, the Samuel Marti movement with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the 3.5" white dial within a drumhead casing supported upon two tapering columns to the rectangular stepped base, surmounted by a Classical urn with gilt metal trailing foliage, under a glass dome and upon an ebonised turned base, 17.5" high (pendulum and key) £150-200 71


1567. French brass two train mantel clock, the Mougin movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the movement back plate stamped Efoestier...á Paris no. 991, the 3" cream chapter ring within an ornate pierced case surmounted by a baroque style finial, 14" high (pendulum and key) £80-120 1568. French gilt metal and pottery two train novelty moon shaped mantel clock, the P. Japy & Cie movement with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the back door bearing an instruction label, the 4.25" cream chapter ring enclosing a skeletonised centre, within a cobalt blue moon shaped pottery casing gilded with flowers, upon a rococo gilt metal base and surmounted by an urn finial, 15.25" high (pendulum and key) £120-180 1569. French black slate and coloured marble two train mantel clock striking on a bell, the 3.75" white dial within a stepped case with gilt sgraffito decoration, 14" high (pendulum and key) £50-80 1570. Mahogany two train mantel clock, the Vincenti movement striking on a gong, the 4.5" white dial within a pointed arched stepped case, 13.25" high (pendulum) £50-80 1571. French bronzed two train figural mantel clock striking on a bell, the 3" white dial within an ornate balloon shaped casing and flanked by the standing figure of a semi-robed lady, upon a rectangular green marble canted base bearing a plate inscribed 'Muse des Bois', 16" high (pendulum and key) £100-150 1572. French gilt metal ornate two train mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3.5" gilt dial within a moon shaped casing and ornate surround supported upon a baroque style base decorated with masks and foliage, 17" high (pendulum and key) £100-150 1573. French alabaster and gilt metal mounted two train clock timepiece, the 3.75" cream chapter ring enclosing a skeletonised centre, within a breakfront case mounted with caryatids and surmounted by a standing lion, under a glass dome and upon an ebonised base, 19" high (pendulum and key) £120-180 1574. Large German torsion clock timepiece, the 3.5" floral painted cream dial within a pagoda brass case and under a glass dome upon a circular base, 17" high (pendulum and key) £100-150

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1571 1575. Two contemporary torsion clocks with ball pendulums by Vioteta & Halles, both under glass domes and upon stepped circular bases, 12" high (two pendulums and one key) (2) £30-60 1576. Three contemporary different size torsion clocks with ball pendulums, two by Kundo, the other Komg, the tallest 10" high (3) (1 key) £30-60 1577. Torsion clock timepiece, the movement back plate bearing the maker's initials BHA within an oval, the 2.5" silvered dial over a disc pendulum, under a glass dome and upon a circular stepped brass base, 11.5" high £50-80 1578. Brass torsion clock, the 2.75" silvered chapter ring over a disc pendulum, under a glass dome and upon an alabaster type circular stepped base, 11.75" high £50-80 1579. Contemporary Sewills of Liverpool brass mantel clock timepiece striking on a bell, under a glass dome and upon a stepped ebonised base, 12.5" high £30-50

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1580. French black slate and gilt metal mounted figural two train mantel clock, the Japy Freres movement with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the movement back plate also inscribed Mesnier Fils, Paris no. 4075, the 3.5" slate dial within a pillared stepped casing sgraffito with gilt scrolling foliage and surmounted by the figure of a lady leaning on a Classical column and attended by birds, 21" high (pendulum and key) £100-150 1581. Contemporary French Empire style bronzed and gilt metal mounted two train mantel clock striking on a bell, the 2.75" gilt dial within an ornate case, under a glass dome and upon an ebonised base, 16" high (pendulum and key) £150-250 1582. Drumhead white marble and gilt metal mounted portico two train mantel clock striking on a bell, the 4" white dial within a drumhead casing supported upon two columns to the stepped oval white marble base, under an associated glass dome and upon an ebonised base, 17.5" high overall (pendulum and key) £150-250 1583. French skeleton mantel clock timepiece, the movement back plate stamped Echappement Brevete, no. 32255, the 4.25" white chapter ring enclosing an open centre, over a cherub in the swing pendulum, upon pierced gilt metal foliate supports, upon an ebonised base and under an associated glass dome, 15" high (pendulum and key) £120-180 1584. Small attractive French black slate and red marble two train mantel clock striking on a bell, the 3.75" white dial within a scrolling stepped case, 10" high (pendulum and key) £50-80 1585. French Empire style gilt metal two train mantel clock, the Japy Freres movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3" white dial signed C. Detouche FT, F seur de l'Empereur, rue, St Martin 228 & 230, Paris, within an ornate rococo pierced bow fronted case surmounted by a military officer standing before a balustrade, under a glass dome and upon an ebonised base, 17" high (pendulum and key) £120-160 1586. French black slate and red marble two train mantel clock garniture, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3.25" white dial within a stepped case surmounted by the figure of a soldier on a rearing horse, 16" high; also with a matching pair of side pieces, (pendulum and key) £50-80

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1587. French gilt metal and alabaster drumhead clock timepiece, upon a gilt metal stand and dome base, no dome (pendulum and key), total height 18" £40-70 1588. Mahogany three train mantel clock, the Junghans movement striking on four rods and a large gong, the silvered chapter ring and dial with subsidiary chime/silent and fast/slow dials, within a stepped case, 13.5" high (pendulum) £80-120 1589. Oak three train Napoleon hat mantel clock, the movement striking on five rods, the 7" gilt dial within a carved case, 11.5" high (pendulum); also a German oak cased double-sided mantel clock, 9" high and five other various wooden cased mantel clocks, all with pendulums (7) £40-80 1590. Small walnut and ebonised Vienna style mantel/wall clock, 15" high (pendulum); also a miniature longcase clock, 13.5" high, an American rosewood shelf clock, both with pendulums, and a Black Forest oak cased cuckoo mantel timepiece (4) £40-80 1591. French painted white pottery pillar clock timepiece, 18.25" high (key); also a black pottery painted mantel clock and a German pottery dish clock (3) £50-80 1592. French gilt metal two train figural mantel clock striking on a bell, the 3" white dial within a pillar casing attended by a seated lady, upon an ornate cast case, 11.5" high (pendulum) £50-80 1593. Dent eight day brass single fusee skeleton clock, the 5" spiked silvered chapter ring and movement upon curving supports to an ebonised dome base (no dome), 13.25" high (pendulum and key) £120-180 1594. French black slate and red marble two train drumhead mantel clock garniture, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 4.25" cream chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement, over a bevelled glazed pendulum window and stepped rectangular base, 17.25" high; also with a pair of matching side pieces, 9.75" high (pendulum) £80-120

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1595. Small French black slate drumhead two train mantel clock striking on a bell, the 3.75" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement, within a scrolling stepped case inlaid with malachite and sgraffito with gilt scrolling foliage, 8.75" high (pendulum) £60-90 1596. French black slate and red marble mantel clock timepiece, the 3.75" cream chapter ring enclosing a recessed centre, within a temple stepped case, 15.5" high (no pendulum); also another small French black slate and coloured marble two train mantel clock striking on a bell, 10.75" high (pendulum) £50-80 1597. French Art Deco green and white onyx two train mantel clock garniture, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the shaped dial inset into a pillar and flanked by leaping bronzed deer, 12" high (pendulum and key); also a pair of matching side urns, 9.5" high £40-80 1598. French green onyx two train mantel clock striking on a gong, the 3.75" cream chapter ring signed Dillon and enclosing a recessed gilt centre, within a temple case, 12" high (pendulum) £40-60 1599. French Boulle mantel clock timepiece, the 4.25" silvered dial enclosing a skeletonised centre, within a balloon shaped case, 13.5" high (pendulum); also another small French ebonised and gilt metal mounted bracket clock striking on a bell, 12.25" high (pendulum) (2) £80-120 1600. Novelty cast iron painted peddler clock, modelled as a man dressed in a red tunic, yellow waistcoat, green breeches and wearing a top hat with a clock strapped to his front, upon a rectangular stepped base, 16.25" high (key) £60-100 1600a. Oak Arts & Crafts style two train mantel clock, the Lenzkirch movement striking on a gong, 4.5" silvered engraved dial within a turned stepped pillared case surmounted by a gallery, 13.5" high (pendulum); also a mahogany inlaid two train mantel clock, within a rounded arched case, 13" high (pendulum) (2) £50-80 1601. Brass torsion clock, the movement back plate stamped Patent Applied, the 2.25" cream dial upon cylindrical supports over a disc pendulum, under a glass dome and upon a stepped circular metal base, 11" high (pendulum and key) £80-120

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1598 1602. French black slate and lapis lazuli two train mantel clock in the Egyptian taste, the Japy Freres movement striking on a bell, the 3.5" white dial within an angled stepped case, 7.5" high (pendulum); also an oak cased portico timepiece, 13" high (pendulum) (2) £60-100 1603. French black slate and green marble drumhead two train mantel clock, the Japy Freres movement with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the 4" white dial within a drumhead casing over a scrolled and stepped base, 11.25" high (pendulum) £80-120 1604. French spelter mantel clock timepiece, the 3.25" white dial within an ornate floral pierced case surmounted by a seated peasant boy, upon a shaped giltwood stand, 14.75" high £20-40

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1605. Junghans hospital ships bulkhead clock, the 6.5" silvered dial with slow/fast lever above twelve o'clock and centre seconds, within a brass ring turned stepped case (key) £120-180 1606. Junghans hospital ships bulkhead clock, the 6.25" silvered dial with fast/slow lever above twelve o'clock and centre seconds, within a ring turned stepped chrome case (key) £120-180

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1613. Carriage clock timepiece within a corniche brass case, 5.75" high; also two torsion clocks under glass domes and upon circular stepped brass bases and a nickel cased eight day Goliath pocket watch, within an outer silver clad travelling case (4) £50-80 1614. Brass torsion mantel clock, the 2.75" white dial over a disc pendulum, under a glass dome and upon a circular stepped base, 12.5" high; also a Kundo four glass torsion clock, 9.5" high (2) £30-50 1615. Miniature longcase clock, the 2" cream dial within a Dutch style blue and white pottery case with Ansonia movement, 12.25" high; also another Art Nouveau inlaid miniature mahogany longcase clock with Ansonia movement, 10.5" high (2) £40-80

1615 1607. NO LOT 1608. Lemania Nero mosquito 8-day cockpit clock, the 2" signed dial within a square black metal casing, inscribed 6A/4339520 and 75443 verso £50-80 1609. German fighter pilots compass watch, with 1.75" plastic dial and ref no. AK 39, FL 23235-1 verso, leather strap £60-100 1610. Ministry of Defence electronic quartz chronometer, the black 24 hour dial within a mahogany square glazed case, stores ref. 6645-99-541-7361 and serial no. 799/82 £50-80 1611. Fourteen contemporary quartz small mantel clocks, tallest 8" high (14) £60-100 1612. Contemporary quartz clock and barometer compendium mounted on an oak board, 12" wide; also a quantity of various contemporary small mantel and wall clocks (12) £30-60

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1616. Small pottery mantel clock timepiece; also a wooden cased ticket clock, 6" high and a Maelzel walnut cased pyramid metronome (3) £30-50 1617. French oak inlaid mantel clock timepiece with platform escapement, within a lancet arched case, 8.75" high £50-80 1618. Small oak cased wall clock timepiece with platform escapement, the 3.5" white dial within a turned surround and beaded case, 9.5" high £40-60 1619. Small German gilded brass Zappler Clock, in the form of a church front repousse with scrolling foliage and fitted with a cow tail pendulum, under a glass dome and upon an ebonised base, 6" high £100-150 1620. French gilt metal two train cherub swinging mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 4" white chapter ring enclosing a skeletonised centre over a swinging pendulum cherub and foliate pierced supports, 11.75" high (dome missing) £200-300 1621. Small circular brass novelty comical clock in the form of a temple, with aperture to the base revealing a chapter ring with pointer under a pendulum with ball bob suspended from the domed ceiling, 7" high £150-250

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1622. Small gilt metal and chrome cased Guilmet clock/barometer compendium, the clock back plate stamped Medaille Dor GDGD GLT...Paris no. 4952, the twin 3.5" white dials within chrome painted casings and a pierced foliate surround surmounted by an acorn finial and supported upon a pedestal stand, 10.5" high overall £120-180 1623. Seth Thomas novelty alarm mantel clock timepiece in the form of a house, 7.25" high; also a Mickey Mouse alarm clock (2) £30-50 1624. Small brass lantern clock, the French movement with platform escapement, 9.5" high £60-90 1625. Nickel cased pocket watch and matching barometer, with subsidiary seconds dial and within a green leather easel case fitted with a thermometer between the dials, 8" wide £60-90 1626. Twelve various 20th century small mantel clocks, some electric (12) £30-60 1627. Attractive French mahogany mantel clock timepiece with platform escapement, the 3.5" convex white dial within a lyre shaped case inlaid with stylised foliate designs and surmounted by a turned brass finial, 11.75" high (key) £100-140 1628. Small French Empire style gilt metal mantel clock timepiece with watch movement signed Leblanc á Paris, the 2.25" white dial inset into a rocky outcrop and attended by a standing cloaked soldier with rifle, upon a stepped base with egg and dart cast frieze, 10" high £120-180 1629. Oak two train mantel clock, the 7.25" square brass dial with silvered chapter ring, within a carved and glazed case, 14.75" high (pendulum and key); also a small mahogany balloon shaped mantel clock timepiece, the 3.25" white dial within an inlaid and chevron banded case, 9" high and another small mahogany inlaid mantel timepiece, 7.75" high (both with platform escapements and keys) (3) £40-80

1631. Junghans mystery clock, modelled as a bronzed lady holding the movement aloft and supported upon a circular stepped mahogany socle, 16" high overall £60-100 1632. Junghans mystery clock, modelled as a boy street vendor holding the movement aloft, supported upon a circular turned stepped socle, 14" high overall £60-100 1633. Smiths car clock, the 2.75" silvered dial inscribed with the Smiths registered trademark logo, 179-185 Gt Portland St, London.W., ref H-37, 164; also another Smiths car clock and three other small nickel cased car clocks (5) £100-200 1634. Brass torsion clock, under a glass dome and upon a stepped circular base, 11" high; also two miniature brass torsion clocks under glass domes, a small mahogany inlaid mantel timepiece and three contemporary carriage clocks (7) £40-80 1635. French brass drumhead pillar mantel clock timepiece, the 4.5" white dial with centre seconds; also a contemporary brass table clock with horizontal chapter ring, both with platform escapements (2) £60-100 1636. Interesting brass cased drumhead travelling mantel clock timepiece with thermometer and registration lozenge; within a Morocco leather travelling case; also a small brass ticket clock and a small brass gravity clock (3) £80-120 1637. Bayard eight day mantel mystery clock, the 6.5" glass dial with star batons supported upon a rectangular black marble base, 8" high; also a contemporary gilt sand clock upon a circular mahogany base, surmounted by an ornate handle, 10.5" high and a small brass pedestal mantel timepiece (3) £100-150 1638. Contemporary brass novelty mantel clock timepiece signed E. Dent & Co Ltd, 41 Pall Mall, London on the oval base, the 7.5" silvered chapter ring enclosing an open centre with cased movement and hand, upon dolphin supports, 9.75" high £100-150

1630. Small gilt metal lyre shaped clock timepiece upon a square canted base, 8.5" high; also a small carved oak cased timepiece, 5.5" high (2) £30-50 76

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1639. Contemporary small single fusee brass skeleton mantel clock, the 3.75" silvered dial and movement upon square supports and stepped bun feet, under a glass dome and upon a mahogany base, 8.75" high (pendulum and key); also another contemporary brass single train mantel timepiece, under a glass dome and upon a circular stepped mahogany base, 11.5" high (pendulum) (2) £100-150 1640. Art Nouveau style small carved oak mantel clock timepiece with platform escapement, within a foliate shaped case, 10" high; also two other small inlaid mantel timepieces (both with keys) (3) £100-200 1641. Waltham eight-day deck watch movement (no case), the 2.5" cream dial signed Waltham Watch Co with subsidiary seconds and state of wind dials, the 15 jewels adjusted movement also signed on the back plate and inscribed no. 22122787, within a screw back case £100-150 1642. Small mahogany lancet mantel clock timepiece with platform escapement, the 3.5" cream dial signed J.C. Vickery, To Their Majesties, 179, 181, 183, Regent Street, W., within a lancet inlaid case, 8" high £50-80 1643. Small brass verge wall clock with alarm, the 4.75" square dial with 4" brass chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with alarm dial (no weights or pendulum) £60-100 1644. Leonidas car clock, the 2" black dial with subsidiary seconds dial and within a square chrome case; also a Revue car clock, the black dial with subsidiary seconds dial and within a blackened chrome casing inscribed Heuer-Leonidas SA, Swiss, 16.8433 verso £100-150 1645. Jaeger-LeCoultre 8-day travel clock, the silvered dial within a folding light leather case 4.25" long overall (new/old stock) £80-120 1646. Jaeger-LeCoultre Recital 8-day alarm travel clock , the 1.75" gilt dial with calendar aperture and within a gilt casing 2.25" high, case £70-100

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1647. American Waltham navigators liberator eight-day cockpit clock, the 2.75" twenty-four hour black dial with central calendar dial and centre seconds, within a blackened metal case bearing a plaque verso inscribed Contract No. 84106, F.S.S.C. no 88-C-590, MFR's part no. CDIA, Waltham Watch Co. ** This clock is sold with a black & white photograph showing two sea planes of the type this clock would have been fitted into £80-120 LOTS 1648 - 1650 NO LOTS

WALL CLOCKS 1651. Walnut and ebonised two train Vienna style wall clock, the 5" cream dial within a pillared and carved glazed case, 33.5" high £30-50 1652. Contemporary German double weight wall clock striking on three rods, the 10" square brass dial signed E.J. Goodfellow, Wadebridge, within a wooden case surmounted by a swan neck pediment and brass finial, 28.5" high overall £40-80 1653. Walnut and ebonised single weight Vienna regulator wall clock, the 6.75" white dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within a glazed case surmounted by a pointed arched cornice, 50" high (pendulum and weight) £80-120 1654. Contemporary Vienna style wall clock, the 5" white dial within a pillared glazed case, 34.5" high; also another contemporary Lincoln 31 day wall clock (both with pendulums) (2) £20-40 1655. Gustav Becher double weight Vienna regulator wall clock, the 7" cream chapter ring enclosing a recessed centre with subsidiary seconds dial and the maker's trademark logo, within a glazed fluted pillared case, 46" high (pendulum, two weights and winding key) £80-140 1656. Oak 12" drop dial wall clock signed Pleasant & Harper, Bristol to the dial centre, within an octagonal fluted surround over a pendulum window, 32" high (pendulum and key) £30-50 1657. Dutch oak single train hooded wall clock with alarm, the 11.5" painted arched dial within a rounded arched hood over a shaped drop with pierced supports, 54" high (No pendulum but with going and alarm weights) £60-100 77


1658. French vineyard two train wall clock striking on a gong, the 9.5" alabaster dial with Roman cartouche enamel numerals, within a flat inlaid surround and fluted hinged case (pendulum and key) £50-80

1668. English eight day sunburst wall clock timepiece with platform escapement, 19" wide £50-80

1659. Good small brass bulkhead wall clock timepiece with 5" white dial £80-120

1669. Black Forest cuckoo wall clock in need of restoration, with 7.75" foliate painted arched dial £25-45

1660. Brass bulkhead wall clock timepiece, the 7" dial with subsidiary seconds dial (two keys) £80-120

1670. Black Forest two train cuckoo clock by Philip Haas, the 5" dial within a chalet carved case, 18.5" high (pendulum & two weights) £100-150

1661. Brass bulkhead two train wall clock, the 8" silvered dial with subsidiary seconds dial and slow/fast lever above 12 o'clock, mounted onto a circular oak wall plaque £100-150

1671. Black forest shield wall clock striking on a gong, the painted shaped dial signed P. Baueregger Kirchsch..., 12.25" high overall (no pendulum or weights) £50-80

1662. Walnut and ebonised single weight Vienna regulator wall clock, the 6.25" white enamel dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within a glazed case with ebonised slender turned pillars, 45.5" high (pendulum, weight & key) £100-150

1672. Small Black Forest wall clock striking on a bell, with painted rounded arched dial, 8.25" high; also another similar Black Forest wall clock 8.25" high (no pendulum and one weight) £50-80

1663. Black Forest two train wall clock, striking on a gong attached to the inside back door, the 5.25" circular dial within a repousse gilt surround flanked by columns and surmounted by a lion, within a rectangular ebonised gilt hinged case, 11.75" high (pendulum and two weights) £40-80 1664. Small walnut two train Vienna regulator wall clock, the 5" white dial within a ring turned pillared glazed case, 39" high (pendulum) £30-50 1665. Black Forest two train cuckoo clock, the 4.75" dial within a chalet case applied with carved birds and foliage, 19" high (pendulum and two weights); also a modern two train cuckoo clock, 10.5" high (two weights, no pendulum) (2) £40-60 1666. Bulkhead ships clock, the 8" white dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within a heavy brass case (key) £60-90 1667. Two contemporary Highlands small wooden cased wall clocks, both 17.5" high (pendulums and keys) (2) £20-40

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1673. Small Black Forest clock striking on a bell above the movement, the 3.75" enamel dial within a painted porcelain surround, 8.75"; also a similar Black Forest wall clock, 8.25" high (no pendulums or weight) (2) £50-80 1674. Black Forest two train wooden movement shield wall clock striking on a bell behind the dial arch, the 8.75" raised cream dial within a floral painted surround, 14" high overall (no pendulum or weight) £100-150 1675. French comtoise style wall clock with birdcage movement striking on a bell above, the 9.5" brass dial with Roman and Arabic cartouche enamel numerals, surmounted by a foliate pierced cornice with sunburst finial, 15 1/4" high (no pendulum or weight) £40-80 1676. Continental iron and steel single train lantern clock striking on a bell above, the 7.75" circular brass dial with stylised engraved centre, 12" high overall (no pendulum or weight) £150-250 1677. Contemporary wooden single train wall clock and bracket, the 11" chapter ring enclosing a partly skeletonised centre revealing a totally wooden movement, 17.25" high without bracket (weight no pendulum) £30-60

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1678. French oak and pine cased two train wall clock striking on a gong, the 9.5" chapter ring with Roman cartouche enamel numerals enclosing a carved centre, the case with hinged convex glazed door also within a carved surround (pendulum) £80-120

1688. Walnut, oak and ebonised Vienna double weight regulator wall clock, the 6.25" white dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within a glazed case with fluted pillars, 50" high (pendulum, two weights and winding key) £100-150

1679. Black Forest shield wall clock with 9" painted arched dial £30-50

1689. Small walnut and inlaid Vienna style regulator wall clock, the 5" cream chapter ring enclosing a gilt centre, within a foliate inlaid glazed case, 33" high (pendulum and winding key) £100-150

1680. Small bulkhead clock timepiece, the 5" silvered dial signed Dobbie McInnes & Clyde Limited, Glasgow within glazed brass case £60-100 1681. French Comtoise two train wall clock, the 8.5" convex white dial within a brass surround surmounted by an ornate cornice repousse with two dragons, 15.5" high (folding rod pendulum and wall bracket) £30-60 1682. French Comtoise two train wall clock, the 8.5" convex white dial signed Dubujadoux, Chambon to the centre, within a repousse pierced surround, 16.5" high (ornate pendulum, two weights and key) £60-100 1683. French two train Comtoise wall clock, the 9" convex white dial signed Jignon, á St Etienne, within a foliate and fruiting vine repousse surround, 19" high (ornate pendulum and two weights) £60-100 1684. Two train Comtoise wall clock movement, the case 12.5" high, 11" wide (two weights) £20-40 1685. Jerome & Co.'s Super Eight-Day Anglo-American two train drop dial wall clock, the 12" dial within a flat inlaid surround over foliate carved ears and a pendulum window (pendulum and key) £50-80 1686. Seth Thomas mahogany gingerbread two train shelf clock striking on a gong and bell, the 5" white chapter ring enclosing an open centre with alarm dial, within a carved glazed case, 23" high (pendulum and key) £50-80 1687. English oak two train wall clock striking on a gong, the 6.25" silvered dial within a carved and bevelled glazed case, 31" high (pendulum and key); also a walnut double weight Vienna regulator wall clock, 48" high (pendulum, two weights and winding key) (2) £40-70

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1690. Small faux rosewood Vienna style two train wall clock with musical movement, the 4" white dial within a carved glazed case, 27" high (pendulum and winding key) £100-150 1691. Reproduction of Benjamin Franklin's clock, limited edition no. 0048/1000, the 5.5" brass arched dial with a mahogany glazed case, 50.5" high (pendulum and two weights) £100-200 1692. Walnut and ebonised single weight Vienna regulator wall clock, the 6.25" white dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within a glazed canted case, 34" high (pendulum, weight and key); also another ebonised double weight Vienna regulator wall clock, the 6.25" white dial within a glazed canted case, 35.25" high (pendulum, two weights, winding key) £80-140 1693. Walnut double weight Vienna regulator wall clock, the 7" cream dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within a glazed pillared case, 36" high, missing cornice (pendulum, two weights and winding key) £40-80 1694. Walnut Vienna regulator wall clock, the 7" cream dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within a fluted and turned pillared glazed case surmounted by an eagle with outstretched wings, 51" high (pendulum, two weights and winding key) £60-90 1695. Seph Thomas mahogany two train ogee wall clock, 27" high; also two oak cased three train wall clocks, both 31" high (all with pendulums) (3) £40-80 1696. Stained wooden single fusee 12" wall dial clock signed Sainsbury, Croydon within a turned surround (pendulum) £100-150

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1697. Mahogany single fusee 12" wall dial clock signed Camerer Cuss & Co, 186 Ugsbridge Road, London W.12., within a dished turned surround (pendulum) (plywood back box) £100-150 1698. Schatz Royal Mariner brass bulkhead ship's wheel 'Queen Elizabeth II' wall clock; also a Russian bulkhead wall clock, the 6" cream dial with centre seconds within a cast iron case and a sunburst clock, 24.5" wide (3) £80-140 1699. French vineyard two train wall clock, the 9.5" onyx dial with Roman cartouche enamel numerals, within an inlaid flat surround and wavy fluted case, 24.5" high (pendulum) £50-80

1706. Walnut and ebonised single weight Vienna regulator wall clock, the 6.25" white dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within a glazed case with turned pillars, 51" high (pendulum and weight) £60-90

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1700. Schatz two train wall clock, the 5.5" white dial within a brass case £40-80 1701. Contemporary German two train wall clock, the 7" silvered dial within a metal surround repousse with hunting scenes, the wooden plated movement striking on a gong, 17.5" high (pendulum and two weights); also a contemporary three train Black Forest cuckoo clock and another two train Black Forest cuckoo clock (3) £60-100 1702. Rosewood two train 12" drop dial wall clock, within a flat surround over foliate carved ears and a pendulum window, 27" high (pendulum and key) £30-50 1703. Jerome & Co rosewood ogee two train wall clock, 26" high (two weights) £20-40 1704. Walnut single weight Vienna regulator wall clock, the 9.5" white dial within a glazed case with turned pillars, 45.5" high (pendulum and weight) £30-60 1705. Walnut double weight Viennese regulator wall clock, the 7" cream dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within an attractive figured walnut case inlaid with boxwood lines and ebony motifs, 42" high (pendulum and two weights) £50-80

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WATCHES & FINE JEWELLERY

Fine Jewellery sales are held four times a year and offer a broad range of fine antique and modern jewellery. To include diamonds, gem set rings, earrings, brooches, bracelets, necklaces and costume jewellery. Pieces by important designers such as Cartier, Tiffany, Boucheron and Van Cleef & Arpels are often represented in each auction.

Forthcoming Sales Wednesday 24th November 2021

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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 judgment as to whether lots are fit for any particular purpose.

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

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

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

1A. Internet Bidding There are no additional surcharges when bidding via our own bidding platform 'GH Live' at www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk. We also use two other online bidding platforms via the-saleroom.com and Easylive which will be subject to additional fees. Please see their respective websites for further details and terms. 2. Ascertainment of the Buyer The Buyer shall be the person making the highest bid which is acceptable to the Auctioneer as signified by the fall of the hammer. No bid may be retracted. In the case of a dispute the Auctioneer may either declare the purchaser or put the lot up again.

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

16. What is Temporary Importation? Temporary Importation is a system that applies to lots which have been imported for sale from outside the EU. It allows the point of importation to be delayed until after the sale at auction. These lots are indicated in catalogues by the use of the following symbol * Only the Hammer Price will be treated as the import price and the Buyer’s Premium will be subject to UK domestic VAT at 20%. So whilst the Hammer Price will continue to be charged with Import VAT at 5% or 20” as appropriate, the Buyer’s Premium will always be charged with domestic VAT at 20% 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 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 on behalf of the Seller, and (c) where no reserve has been imposed (but in no other case) for the Seller to bid Margin Scheme should notify us immediately. An invoice under the normal VAT rules and charging VAT at 20% personally or through any one agent. It is the responsibility of the Seller to ensure any reserves are received by on both Hammer and Premium will then be issued the Auctioneer. 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 5. Buyer’s Duties VAT returns or through the 8th Directive Refund Scheme. Any non-EU buyer who exports the lots from the EU The Buyer shall forthwith or as soon as possible after the sale, (a) supply his name and address, (b) supply, if so will be able to have the VAT refunded provided the appropriate export regulations are complied with. 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 17. Property sold with a * Symbol payment clear the lots purchased by the times specified. Lots may not be cleared during the sale except by These items have been imported from outside the EU to be sold at auction under temporary importation. When permission of the Auctioneer. 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. 6. Payment 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 guaranteed card. For fraud 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 protection we no longer accept payments by credit or debit cards for ‘Customer not Present’ transactions. Card part of the Buyer’s Premium on our invoice and will not be separately identified payments at the saleroom will be accepted but must be supported by Chip and PIN. Card payments for live VAT registered buyers from the EU should note that the import VAT charged on property released in the UK internet bidding will only be accepted if they have been AVS and 3D Secure authorised with a maximum cannot be cancelled or refunded by Gardiner Houlgate. transaction value of £1000. All payments must be cleared before the release of goods. 3. Auctioneer’s discretion The Auctioneer has sole discretion, (a) to refuse any bid, (b) to advance the bidding as he may decide, (c) to withdraw or divide any lot or combine one lot with another or others, (d) to exclude any person from the auction rooms, and (e) to require pre-payment in full.

6A. Anti-Money A Laundering Policy Clients spending over £5000 on an individual transaction must supply a current form of ID confirming their name and address to match the invoice. This must be supplied to complete the transaction before the release of goods 7. Liability of the Auctioneer and Sellers Subject to Condition 8: (a) faults and imperfections (if any) are not stated in the catalogue and neither the Seller nor the Auctioneer is responsible for any defects whatsoever, (b) no warranty is given or authorised to be given by the Seller or the Auctioneer with regard to any lot other than the Seller’s right to sell it, (c) any express or implied conditions or warranties relating to description or quality, are hereby excluded. 8. Catalogue Descriptions Descriptive statements contained in the advertisements or catalogues or made up by the Auctioneer or any member of his staff should be taken as matters of opinion only and shall not be taken as statement of fact. i) Items in the catalogue are sold as seen. Where possible significant damage is mentioned, but this does not include all faults and imperfections. The absence of such reference does not imply that the lot is in good condition or free from restoration or repair. Condition reports are available upon request ii) ’Inscribed’ or ‘Signed’ does not imply that the lot is wholly or partly by that maker 9. Forgeries Notwithstanding Conditions 6 and 7, if the Auctioneer receives notice in writing from the Buyer WITHIN 7 DAYS OF THE SALE that in his opinion a lot is a forgery (as defined in Condition 12) and on giving such notification the lot in question is returned to the Auctioneer at his working premises in the same condition as when bought, then if on considering such evidence as the Buyer supplies to prove his assertion, the Auctioneer decides that the lot is a forgery the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase price repaid to the Buyer.

VAT registered buyers from the UK should note that the invoice issued by Gardiner Houlgate for these items is not suitable evidence in respect of import VAT. VAT registered buyers from the EU countries may be able to seek repayment of the import VAT paid by applying to HM Revenue and Customs. On request, immediately after the sale, the office can either ask HM Revenue and Customs to generate a C79 certificate (for UK buyers), or obtain a copy of the import C88 (for other EU VAT registered buyers), which may be used to claim recovery of the VAT. Otherwise Gardiner Houlgate may re-invoice the lot and charge VAT at 20% on both the Hammer Price and the Premium and provide a tax invoice to the buyer. 18. CITES Restrictions Any lots containing any amount of Brazilian rosewood and endangered species may 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 buyer’s 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 19. Gemstones Many gemstones have been treated in various ways to enhance their appearance. For example, sapphires and rubies are routinely heat treated and emerald treated with oils and resins. Some stones may require re-treating or oiling periodically. Enhancement affects market value, and all Gardiner Houlgate estimates assume that gemstones may have been enhanced.

20. Artists Resale Rights (or Droit de Suite) On certain lots marked in the catalogues and which are sold for a hammer price of 1000 Euros or greater (converted into the currency of the sale using The Design and Artists Copyright Society threshold calculator on the date of the Sale) the Additional Premium will be the percentage of the amount of he t hammer Price calculated as follows: 0-50,000 Euros 4% 11. The Premium The Buyer shall pay to the Auctioneer a premium of 22% of the hammer price together with VAT. (26.4% inclusive 50,000.01 to 200,000 3% 200,000.01 to 350,000 1% of VAT) 350,000.01 to 500,000 0.5% Exceeding 500,000 0.25% 12. Default by Buyer If the Buyer fails to make payment in a way acceptable to the Auctioneer or to remove any lot or lots bought by him within 7 days of the auction or in any other material respect fail to comply with these conditions, the Auctioneer shall have the right, (a) to resell the lot or lots by public auction or otherwise without notice to the Buyer, and if any deficiency arises on such resale, after deducting the Auctioneer’s full costs and expenses, the Buyer shall be responsible to the Auctioneer therefore (but any net surplus to be the Seller’s) or, alternatively, (b) to store the lot at the Auctioneer’s premises or elsewhere and to release the lot to the Buyer only after payment in full of the purchase price together with any other charges due. The Auctioneer reserves the right to charge storage of 50p per lot per day on any lot or lots uncleared by the time specified together with any removal expenses. In addition, interest will be charged at 2.5% per month or part thereof (34.4% APR) on any accounts that remain unpaid in part or full 1 week after the sale. Interest and storage will be charged from the date of sale. In addition, the Buyer shall be liable for all legal and court costs incurred by the Auctioneers in pursuit of payment from the Buyer. The Auctioneer reserves the right to refuse any cheques and will not release lots purchased until evidence has been received that any cheque accepted has been cleared. 10. Property in lots and risk The Buyer shall not become the owner of any lot, and the Auctioneer shall have a lien thereon, until the Buyer has discharged the purchase price in full together with any other charges due, but after the fall of the hammer the risk of damage or loss shall nevertheless be the Buyer’s.


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On the A4 from Bath or Chippenham turn off at the mini roundabout by the Hare & Hounds Pub towards Corsham town centre, turn immediately right at the next mini roundabout into Valley Road. After one mile cross narrow railway bridge and round right angle bend. Turn left after 600 yards into Leafield Industrial Estate. Go straight through the estate and take the last turning on the right beforemeeting the public road again, just past Linpac and opposite Corsham Print. The Bath Auction Rooms are at the end of the road facing you. Total time from Junction 17 - 10-15 minutes Total time from central Bath - 15 minutes Travelling by Train - we recommend Chippenham Station

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