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This sale was held on Saturday 20th February 2021 at 10:30am

Property of a lady - a Victorian Wheatstone 48-button concertina, in fitted case. Footnote - this lot is accompanied by a receipted invoice for repair & overhaul, dated 1992, and a related book

£150 - £250

Property of a gentleman - a Wheatstone 48-button concertina, minor losses to fretwork, working order, in rosewood case

£150 - £250

Property of a deceased estate - a late 19th century German violin, old paper label inscribed 'Antonius Stradivarius / Cremona', bridge & one string missing

£50 - £100

Property of a gentleman - a late 19th century German violin, with old William Forster, London label, with bow, in case

£100 - £150

Property of a gentleman - a late Victorian leather photograph album incorporating a cylinder musical box, the album approximately 11ins. (28cms.) high

£50 - £80

Property of a gentleman - a late 19th century walnut ebonised & kingwood banded cylinder musical box, playing eight airs with 'bells in sight', with song sheet, 18.5ins. (47cms.) wide (overall)

£200 - £300

Property of a deceased estate - a 19th century Smith, Beck & Beck gilt brass mounted walnut achromatic stereoscope; together with a box containing 18 stereoscopic slides (a lot)

£80 - £120

Property of a deceased estate - a small quantity of camera equipment including a Canon AV-1 35mm SLR camera; together with a pair of Hanimex binoculars (a lot)

No Estimate

Property of a lady - an early 19th century mahogany & inlaid banjo barometer, the silvered dial engraved 'G. Catteley & Co. / Fecit', 39.25ins. (99.5cms.) high

£40 - £60

Property of a gentleman - a late Victorian carved oak aneroid barometer & thermometer, 32.25ins. (82cms.) high

£30 - £40

Property of a deceased estate - a brass cased bulkhead aneroid barometer, mounted on an oak roundel, 10.9ins. (27.7cms.) diameter (overall); together with a carved oak cased aneroid barometer & thermometer, 19.5ins. (49.5cms.) high (2)

£40 - £60

Property of a lady - an American cash register made for the English market, by The National Cash register Co., Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A., 19.5ins. (49.5cms.) wide (overall)

£150 - £250

Property of a deceased estate - a mid 19th century monocular microscope by Smith & Beck, 6 Coleman St., London, serial number 186, in fitted box with accessories; together with two 19th century travel microscopes; a 20th century Russian microscope; two boxes containing microscope slides; a Glenn Smith Army Sketching Case; cased drawing instruments, etc. (a lot)

£100 - £200

Property of a deceased estate - a lacquered brass pantograph by Stanley, London, with accessories in fitted mahogany box

£40 - £60

Property of a gentleman - a 19th century mahogany & inlaid banjo barometer, the silvered dial engraved 'J. Aprile / Sudbury', 38.6ins. (98cms.) high

£50 - £100

Property of a lady - a set of brass postal scales with Wedgwood style pale blue jasperware inset plates; together with a brass inkwell modelled as a shell (2)

£50 - £80

Property of a gentleman - a late 19th / early 20th century French enamel advertising sign with thermometer, inscribed 'Digestif Capmartin', 24.5ins. (62.2cms.) long (overall)

£30 - £50

Property of a gentleman - a large pair of brass 500 troy ozs. weights, with handles, various government crown stamps 1970's & 1980's, each 8.65ins. (22cms.) high (2)

£80 - £120

A rare mid 19th century mahogany & lacquered brass campaign stick barometer, by Troughton, London, the mahogany case forming a tripod stand, the case 41.55ins. (105.5cms.) long

£1,500 - £2,000

Property of a lady - a Dutch oak cased 30-hour longcase clock, striking on a bell, the arched brass dial with 8.5-inch (21.5cms.) diameter chapter ring, engraved 'Joannes / Bapt. Dhondt / CRUYSHAUTEM / No 276', 82ins. (208cms.) high

£80 - £120

Property of a deceased estate - a 19th century black marble cased mantel clock surmounted by a bronze figure of a seated poet, the French 8-day movement with outside countwheel, striking on a bell, stamped 'SERVANT & FILS, PARIS', the bell securing nut missing, 14.2ins. (36cms.) high, 18.1ins. (46cms.) wide

£100 - £150

Property of a deceased estate - a brass skeleton clock with single train chain fusee movement, the base with applied ribbon stamped 'W.H. COLLIS / BURY ST. EDMUNDS', the silvered chapter ring with red Roman numerals, the glass dome cracked, 18.75ins. (47.5cms.) high (overall)

£100 - £150

Property of a deceased estate - a late 19th century French brass four glass mantel clock, the Marti & Cie. 8-day movement striking on a bell, with mercury pendulum, 13.1ins. (33.3cms.) high

£100 - £150

Property of a deceased estate - a late 19th / early 20th century Winterhalder & Hofmeier oak cased ting-tang striking mantel clock, one gong & hammer detached, 11.25ins. (28.6cms.) high (with handle folded down)

£50 - £100

Property of a deceased estate - an early 20th century mahogany arched cased mantel clock with Webster spring driven two-train movement striking on a coiled gong, the silvered dial inscribed 'Webster, Queen Victoria St., London', 11.25ins. (28.5cms.) high, on associated wall bracket (2)

£50 - £100

Property of a deceased estate - a modern American mahogany longcase clock by Sligh, Holland, Michigan, the arched dial with rolling moon phase, the three train movement chiming on twelve rods with Westminster, Whittington and St. Michael chimes, 90ins. (228.5cms.) high

£100 - £200

Property of a deceased estate - a Mappin & Webb brass cased carriage clock timepiece, 5ins. (12.8cms.) high (with handle folded down)

£30 - £40

Property of a deceased estate - a Woodford mahogany cased mantel clock, the Franz Hermle movement ting-tang striking on two bells, 7.5ins. (19cms.) high

£30 - £40

Property of a deceased estate - a large good quality brass pillars cased carriage clock by Matthew Norman, model 1751A/50A, serial number 16479, striking the hours & half hours on a coiled gong, 6.5ins. (16.5cms.) high (with handle folded down), in original box with packing

£150 - £250

Property of a deceased estate - Kieninger for Comitti, London - The Queen Anne Clock - number 17 of 50, a good quality burr walnut cased bracket clock, with Whittington, St. Michael and Westminster chimes, chiming the hours, half and quarter hours on nine bells, 19ins. (49cms.) high

£500 - £800

Property of a deceased estate - a 19th century brass corniche cased carriage clock, striking on a coiled gong, the enamel dial inscribed 'Examd. by Dent, 4 Royal Exchange, Cornhill, London', vacant holes to backplate, 5.5ins. (14cms.) high (with handle folded down)

£100 - £150

Property of a gentleman - a 19th century oak & mahogany 30-hour striking longcase clock, the square painted dial inscribed 'F. Belloni / Shaftesbury', 77ins. (195cms.) high

£100 - £150

Property of a deceased estate - a George III chinoiserie decorated black lacquer 8-day striking longcase clock, the arched engraved brass dial with silvered chapter ring, subsidiary seconds dial & calendar aperture, engraved 'Arthur Hurt, Ashford', 81ins. (205.5cms.) high

£400 - £600

Property of a deceased estate - a George III oak 8-day striking longcase clock, the arched engraved brass dial with rolling moon phase, silvered chapter ring, subsidiary seconds dial & calendar aperture, signed 'JAMES WOLLEY, CODNOR' to the arch, 88.25ins. (224cms.) high

£600 - £800

Property of a lady - a George III mahogany 8-day striking longcase clock, the arched painted dial with subsidiary seconds dial & calendar arch, signed 'Wildmore, SWAFFHAM', 87.25ins. (221.5cms.) high

£200 - £300

Property of a lady - an early 20th century oak longcase clock, the weight driven three train movement chiming on eight rods, 78ins. (198cms.) high

£150 - £250

Property of a gentleman - a George III oak 30-hour striking longcase clock, the square brass dial with calendar aperture, engraved 'Henry Swaine, Hillparton', 80ins. (203cms.) high

£100 - £150

Property of a gentleman - a 19th century oak 30-hour longcase clock, the brass circular dial engraved 'Stratton, Devizes', 79ins. (201cms.) high

£50 - £100

Property of a gentleman - a George III oak & mahogany 30-hour striking longcase clock, the square painted dial inscribed 'John Birtles, HARBOROUGH', 81.5ins. (207cms.) high

£80 - £120

Property of a gentleman - a George III mahogany 8-day striking longcase clock, the arched painted dial with subsidiary seconds dial & calendar arch, inscribed 'Edwd. Frost, Newport', 89ins. (226cms.) high

£150 - £250

Property of a deceased estate - an early 20th century brass lantern clock timepiece, the dummy bell & hour hand detached, 10.4ins. (26.5cms.) high

No Estimate

Property of a lady - a late 19th century French ormolu & cloisonne mantel clock timepiece, with 8-day movement, the back door with cracked glass, 10ins. (25.5cms.) high

£150 - £250

Property of a gentleman - a late 19th century carved oak cased Vienna regulator type wall clock, 44ins. (112cms.) long (excluding suspension loop)

£200 - £300

Property of a deceased estate - a late 19th century French ceramic cased mantel clock with painted dial, the Marti & Cie. 8-day movement striking on a coiled gong, 11.25ins. (28.5cms.) high

£100 - £150

Property of a deceased estate - a late 19th century French brass gorge cased carriage clock, striking & repeating the hours & half hours on a coiled gong, 5.75ins. (14.6cms.) high (with handle folded down)

£80 - £120

Property of a lady - an early 20th century oak longcase clock, the Junghans two-train movement striking on a coiled gong, 77.75ins. (197.5cms.) high

£50 - £100

Property of a lady - a 19th century black marble cased mantel clock, the 8-day movement striking on a bell, 12.75ins. (32.5cms.) high

No Estimate

Property of a gentleman - a late 19th century French porcelain mounted ormolu cased mantel clock, the Hy. Marc, Paris 8-day movement with outside count wheel striking on a bell, 10.75ins. (27.3cms.) high

£150 - £250


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