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Showing 1-48 of 369 lots

This sale was held on 22/02/2020 at 10:30am

Property of a lady - a mid 19th century French ormolu mantel clock, with blue enamel numerals, the Vincenti & Cie. 8-day movement with silk suspension & outside count wheel, striking on a bell, 16ins. (40.6cms.) high.

£300 - £500

Property of a lady - a 19th century French Empire patinated bronze combined mantel clock timepiece & inkstand, the engine turned silvered dial with pocket watch fusee movement, 11.4ins. (29cms.) high.

£100 - £150

Property of a lady - a George III oak & mahogany 8-day striking longcase clock, the 11-inch square brass dial engraved 'John Pike / WIVELISCOMBE', 79.75ins. (203cms.) high.

£100 - £200

A 19th century French ormolu rococo clock case, 13ins. (33cms.) high.

£30 - £50

Property of a lady - a 19th century French brass skeleton alarm clock, the enamel chapter ring with blue Roman numerals & inscribed 'PIERRET A PARIS', the single train movement striking on a bell suspended below the brass line inlaid ebonised oval base, the brass base plate stamped 'MS. HONORABLES / EXP. / PARIS. LONDRES', under glass dome, 9.5ins. (24.1cms.) high (overall).

£80 - £120

Property of a lady - a late 19th / early 20th century French brass cased miniature carriage clock timepiece, 3.15ins. (8.1cms.) high (with handle folded down).

£80 - £120

Property of a lady - a late 19th / early 20th century French brass cased miniature carriage clock timepiece, with bead & scrolling foliate decorations, 3.45ins. (8.7cms.) high (with handle folded down).

£80 - £120

Property of a lady - a Victorian silver mounted crocodile skin cased boudoir clock, 4ins. (10.2cms.) high (overall); together with a mother-of-pearl fronted balloon cased boudoir clock (2).

£50 - £100

Property of a lady - an early 19th century William IV carved mahogany cased bracket clock, with twin fusee movement striking on a bell, the dial inscribed 'WEBSTER / Cornhill', 17.25ins. (43.8cms.) high.

£100 - £150

Property of a gentleman - a modern Hemle, West Germany skeleton type table clock, striking on a bell, under glass dome, 11.4ins. (29cms.) high (overall).

No Estimate

Property of a lady - a George III mahogany & inlaid 8-day striking longcase clock, the square painted dial with moon-phase dial & calendar dial, inscribed 'Alker / Wigan', 86.25ins. (219cms.) high.

£150 - £250

Property of a gentleman - a late 19th / early 20th century walnut cased mantel clock, 20ins. (51cms.) high; together with an Aesthetic Movement mantel clock (A/F) (2).

No Estimate

Property of a lady - a late 19th century black & verde antico marble architectural cased mantel clock with French 8-day cylinder movement striking on a bell, 11.25ins. (28.5cms.) high.

£30 - £50

Property of a deceased estate - a 19th century French Napoleon III ormolu cherub & chariot mantel clock, the 8-day numbered cylinder movement stamped 'MAPLE & CO. LTD. / PARIS', striking on a bell, 15ins. (38cms.) high, 18ins. (46cms.) long.

£400 - £600

Property of a gentleman - a Sestrel brass cased bulkhead clock and matching aneroid barometer, mounted on a wooden panel.

£50 - £100

Property of a gentleman - a brass lantern clock, late 19th / early 20th century, the 8-day movement striking on a bell, 8.75ins. (22.2cms.) high.

£40 - £60

An early 20th century French brass cased carriage clock timepiece, 4.5ins. (11.4cms.) high (with handle folded down).

£50 - £70

Property of a lady - a late 19th century French porcelain mounted Egyptian revival mantel clock, the 8-day movement striking on a bell, the backplate stamped 'LEROY & FILS / PARIS', 10.3ins. (26.2cms.) high.

£100 - £150

Property of a lady - a late 19th century gilt brass architectural cased mantel clock, striking on a coiled gong, 11.25ins. (28.5cms.) high; together with an Art Nouveau spelter figural mantel clock (2).

£30 - £50

Property of a lady - an Edwardian mahogany arched cased mantel clock, the French 8-day movement striking on a coiled gong, 11.4ins. (29cms.) high; together with an Art Nouveau mahogany & inlaid mantel clock timepiece (2).

£30 - £50

Property of a lady - a miniature brass carriage clock, the handle missing, 2.75ins. (7cms.) high; together with a 19th century pocket watch stand; and a carriage clock case only (3).

No Estimate

Property of a lady - a George III oak mahogany & inlaid 8-day striking longcase clock, the arched painted dial with moon-phase, subsidiary seconds dial & calendar arch, signed Shepherd & Potter / Wotton under Edge, 87.8ins. (223cms.) high (overall).

£300 - £400

Property of a lady - a late 19th century French brass cased carriage clock timepiece, the enamel dial with blue Arabic numerals, 4.75ins. (12cms.) high (with handle folded down).

£60 - £90

Property of a gentleman - an unusual late 19th / early 20th century American Waltham Watch Co. night clock, the enamel dial with brass bezel, with folding candle holder to rear, 5.1ins. (13cms.) diameter, in fitted dark red morocco travel case.

£150 - £250

Property of a gentleman - a mid 19th century French ormolu cased mantel clock, surmounted by a cherub with cockerel, the numbered Marti et Cie. 8-day movement striking on a bell, 15ins. (38cms.) high.

£400 - £600

Property of a deceased estate - a 19th century rouge marble & slate mantel clock, the 8-day striking movement with visible escapement & mercury pendulum, 17ins. (43.2cms.) high; together with three other 19th century slate mantel clocks (one not illustrated) (4).

£50 - £100

Property of a deceased estate - a group of nine mantel clocks, late 19th & early 20th century (9).

£30 - £50

Property of a deceased estate - an Edwardian mantel clock, ting tang striking on two coiled gongs, 16ins. (40.7cms.) high; together with an early 20th century oak arched cased chiming mantel clock with three train movement, 13.5ins. (34.2cms.) high (2).

£50 - £100

Property of a deceased estate - a 19th century American Jerome & Co. mahogany ogee cased shelf clock, the 30-hour movement striking on a coiled gong, 25.75ins. (65.4cms.) high; together with a similar mitre cased mantel clock, 18.8ins. (48cms.) high; and a small 31-day wall clock, 17ins. (43.2cms.) high (3).

£50 - £100

Property of a deceased estate - two late 19th / early 20th century French brass cased carriage clock timepieces; together with two later carriage clocks; a brass lantern style clock, second quarter 20th century; and two carriage clock travel cases (7).

£50 - £100

Property of a deceased estate - an Art Nouveau figural mantel clock, 14ins. (36cms.) high; together with a late 19th century French gilt metal cased mantel clock surmounted by a figure of a seated gentleman; an ornate pierced cased mantel clock; and another late 19th century French mantel clock (4).

£40 - £60

Property of a deceased estate - a late 19th century brass skeleton clock, with fusee movement, on white marble base with glass dome, 15ins. (38.1cms.) high (overall).

£150 - £250

Property of a deceased estate - an early 19th century mahogany & brass inlaid bracket or table clock, the silvered dial inscribed 'John Lee / CHELTENHAM', the twin fusee movement striking on a bell, with pull repeat, 24.5ins. (62.2cms.) high.

£300 - £500

Property of a deceased estate - a GRM Yachtmaster brass gimballed ship's clock, 6.25ins. (15.9cms.) across (overall).

No Estimate

Property of a deceased estate - a late 19th / early 20th century 'bronzed' spelter mystery clock modelled as a classical maiden, with Junghans movement, 13.25ins. (33.7cms.) high.

£50 - £100

Property of a deceased estate - a 19th century French comptoise clock, the two-train movement with verge escapement.

No Estimate

Property of a deceased estate - a George III oak 8-day striking longcase clock, the arched painted dial with subsidiary seconds dial & calendar arch, 77ins. (195.5cms.) high.

£100 - £150

Property of a deceased estate - a George III mahogany 8-day striking longcase clock, the arched painted dial inscribed 'SAML. BRYARS / Chester', 89.5ins. (207.3cms.) high.

£150 - £250

Property of a deceased estate - a French ornate brass fronted comptoise clock, the enamel dial inscribed 'Lansalot / a Navarrenx'.

No Estimate

Property of a deceased estate - a 19th century French ornate brass comptoise clock, the two train movement with enamel dial inscribed 'Mabire Aine a Bricquebec'.

No Estimate

Property of a deceased estate - an early 20th century circular cased wall clock, 10.75ins. (27.3cms.) diameter.

£30 - £50

Property of a deceased estate - an oak cased chiming grandmother longcase clock, by Julian Stanton, Winchester, the three train movement with Westminster, Whittington and St. Michael chimes, 70.75ins. (180cms.) high.

£80 - £120

Property of a deceased estate - an early 19th century oak & mahogany 30-hour striking longcase clock, the arched painted dial inscribed 'Ed.d Walter / Shipton Mallett', 77.25ins. (196.2cms.) high.

£100 - £150

Property of a lady - a George III oak, mahogany & inlaid 8-day striking longcase clock, the square painted dial with subsidiary seconds dial & calendar arch, inscribed 'W.H. GRIFFITHS, / LUDLOW', 83.5ins. (212cms.) high (overall).

£200 - £300

Property of a lady - an early 19th century mahogany 8-day striking longcase clock, the arched painted dial with subsidiary calendar & seconds dials, 88ins. (223cms.) high (overall).

£150 - £250

Property of a deceased estate - a Schatz Royal Mariner brass cased bulkhead type clock, with two train movement; together a similar Shortland Smiths aneroid barometer (2).

No Estimate

Property of a deceased estate - a Garrard bracket type mantel clock, the two-train movement striking on coiled gong, applied presentation plaque to rear dated 1940, 9.8ins. (25cms.) high (with handle raised).

No Estimate

Property of a deceased estate - a good late 19th century French porcelain mounted ormolu cased mantel clock, surmounted by a goat & amorini, one porcelain panel missing, pendulum missing, the 8-day movement striking on a bell, 11.25ins. (28.5cms.) high, on ebonised base with glass dome, 14.75ins. (37.5cms.) high (overall).

£300 - £500


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