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120. A late 19th century French gilt brass and porcelain mounted carriage clock, the platform lever escapement striking on a gong, the brass movement with alarm and stamped ‘PATENT SJRETY POLLER’ and ‘PARIS 790’, the dial with Roman numerals and inscribed ‘MANOAH RHODES & SONS LD. BRADFORD’, the panels signed ‘A. Lobbmeyer’ and decorated with a couple at various ages in their lives, £1,000-1,500 in a corniche case, 16.5cm high. Provenance: The estate of the late John F. Braund.
121. A George III mahogany stick barometer by Fraser & Son London, the broken pediment centred with a brass urn, above a silvered dial with an adjustable Vernier scale and signed ‘Fraser & Son London’, the moulded case with a turned cistern cover, 94.5cm high. £300-500 Provenance: The estate of the late John F. Braund.
121 122. A William IV miniature terrestrial globe by Newton & Son, the 3in globe made of twelve hand-coloured engraved gores, inscribed ‘NEWTON’S New & Improved (TERRESTRIAL) GLOBE, Published by Newton & Son 66 Chancery Lane & 3 Fleet St. Temple Bar’, the oceans with Cook’s three voyages, South Africa labelled ‘CAFRERIA’, Alaska as ‘Russian Territory’ and New Zealand labelled in Maori, with iron axis pins and housed in a turned mahogany case with a domed lid, 10cm high. £1,000-1,500
Provenance: The estate of the late John F. Braund.
Furniture, Works of Art & Clocks | Wednesday 3rd July 2019