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Catalogue for our Antique, Fine Art and Collectables auction held on Wednesday 8th of May 2019

Viewing Clocks & Scientific Instruments
3 sub categories
viewing : Clocks & Scientific Instruments
description ( and estimated value in GBP )
  • Wainwright of Nottingham, an 18th Century 8 day striking longcase clock with 30cm brass dial, striking on a bell and contained in an oak case with broken pediment, 224cm h, complete with pendulum and weights

811

Wainwright of Nottingham, an 18th Century 8 day striking longcase clock with 30cm brass dial, striking on a bell and contained in an oak case with broken pediment, 224cm h, complete with pendulum and weights Sold for £150

  • A Victorian fusee skeleton clock with silvered dial and Roman numerals

812

A Victorian fusee skeleton clock with silvered dial and Roman numerals Sold for £190

  • A Victorian Standard Swift mercury barometer and thermometer, the indicator board marked Standard Swift 43 University Street, Fulham Court Road, London, contained in a gothic carved case

813

A Victorian Standard Swift mercury barometer and thermometer, the indicator board marked Standard Swift 43 University Street, Fulham Court Road, London, contained in a gothic carved case Sold for £120

  • A striking Vienna style regulator with 13cm enamelled dial contained in a walnut case

814

A striking Vienna style regulator with 13cm enamelled dial contained in a walnut case Sold for £50

  • A 19th Century Continental 8 day striking mantel clock with enamelled dial and Roman numerals contained in a metal case supported by a figure of a scholarly girl, complete with pendulum and key

815

A 19th Century Continental 8 day striking mantel clock with enamelled dial and Roman numerals contained in a metal case supported by a figure of a scholarly girl, complete with pendulum and key Sold for £36

  • William Huxtable of South Morton, an 18th Century 8 day striking longcase clock, the 33cm arched painted dial decorated a hunting scene with follies to the corner, subsidiary second hand,  calendar aperture and thistle hands, contained in an inlaid mahogany case 214cm

816

William Huxtable of South Morton, an 18th Century 8 day striking longcase clock, the 33cm arched painted dial decorated a hunting scene with follies to the corner, subsidiary second hand, calendar aperture and thistle hands, contained in an inlaid mahogany case 214cm Sold for £140

  • A Vienna style striking regulator with 13cm copper dial contained in a walnut case

817

A Vienna style striking regulator with 13cm copper dial contained in a walnut case Sold for £46

  • A 1920's French bedroom timepiece with enamelled dial and Arabic numerals contained in an arched inlaid walnut case, the dial marked Barron Clarke and Sons

818

A 1920's French bedroom timepiece with enamelled dial and Arabic numerals contained in an arched inlaid walnut case, the dial marked Barron Clarke and Sons Sold for £32

  • Japy and Co, a 19th Century French striking on bell mantel clock with enamelled dial and Roman numerals contained in a tortoiseshell and gilt metal mounted case, the  back plate marked Japy and Co 3710 6, complete with pendulum and key

819

Japy and Co, a 19th Century French striking on bell mantel clock with enamelled dial and Roman numerals contained in a tortoiseshell and gilt metal mounted case, the back plate marked Japy and Co 3710 6, complete with pendulum and key

  • A single fusee bracket clock with 16cm brass dial and enamelled chapter ring, contained in an oak arch shaped case with plain 17cm brass back plate

820

A single fusee bracket clock with 16cm brass dial and enamelled chapter ring, contained in an oak arch shaped case with plain 17cm brass back plate