Two Day Specialist Watches, Clocks & Related Items Sale
on Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd October 2010


1.      Omega Speedmaster Professional chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, enamel tachymeter bezel, the black dial with centre seconds, green luminous markers and triple subsidiary dials, cal. 861 17 jewel movement, no. 39920488, the screw back with NASA inscription, original bracelet with folding clasp, circa 1975/76, 42mm£500-800
2.      Omega De Ville 9ct gentleman's wristwatch, the square gilt dial with baton markers, cal. 620 17 jewel movement, no. 26768931, Omega strap and buckle, circa 1968, 26mm, Omega box £80-120
3.      Cyma 18ct presentation gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with baton marker's and subsidiary seconds, R.484 17 jewel movement, 36mm, Cyma Navy Star box£60-100
4.      Universal Polerouter Date automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the black dial with a silvered chapter ring, dauphine hands and date aperture, 35mm£60-100
5.      Longines 18k white gold gentleman's dress bracelet watch, square diamond set bezel, the silvered dial with baton markers, L847.3 17 jewel movement, no. 52609433, integral bracelet, 66.7gm, 31mm£800-1200
6.      Tag Heuer Professional stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, metallic blue dial with date aperture, reference WN1112, 40mm£200-300
7.      Tag Heuer Formula 1 chronograph quartz stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, reference CAH1113, orange dial, 41mm; with purchase certificate, spare bracelet links and original box£350-450
8.      Jaeger Le Coultre Master Memovox stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, reference 144.8.94.S, the black dial with baton markers, Arabic quarter numerals with sweeping centre seconds and centre disc alarm indicator, 18 jewel movement with exhibition glazed back, with original leather strap and folding clasp, 36mm, with Jaeger Le Coultre box, Master Control booklet and purchase receipt£500-800
9.      Omega 1970s Seamaster Memomatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1971, the silvered dial with baton markers, inner alarm gilt dial and date aperture, 19 jewel automatic movement, no. 33326521, 40mm£800-1200
10.     Enicar Sherpa OPS Military Diver's gentleman's wristwatch, black PVD case, with original bezel and black dial with red centre seconds, green luminous markers and date aperture, tropic sport rubber strap, 43mm£120-180
11.     Rare 18ct rose gold Omega Seamaster XVI gentleman's wristwatch to commemorate the XVI Olympic Games in 1956, the restored white dial with gold baton markers, dauphin hands and sweep centre seconds, with the Maltese Cross and Olympic emblem, cal. 471 19 jewel automatic movement, no. 15289395, the original case back branded Seamaster XVI with matching Maltese Cross and Olympic emblem, 34mm, modern Omega box£1400-1800
12.     Belgravia Watch Co. Chronotempo stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch with calendar and moon phase, blue leather strap, model 3669, case reference A101234, 43mm, boxed with guarantee card£350-450
13.     Omega 18ct 1970s Constellation Chronometer Electronic F300Hz gentleman's wristwatch, the gilt dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1250 movement, no. 34888216, 36mm£800-1000
14.     Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the white dial with Roman numerals, baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, model 1500, serial 5378xxx, 35mm£800-1200
15.     Cartier Santos stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with Roman numerals, centre seconds, blue steel hands and date aperture, sapphire winding crown, Santos bracelet and deployment buckle, reference 1564, case reference BB097450, 32mm£600-800
16.     Jaeger Le Coultre Memovox automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the black dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, centre rotating alarm dial, bumper movement, case reference 1139262, 37mm£1200-1600
17.     Eterna Porsche Design stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the black dial with luminous markers, red centre seconds and date aperture, quartz, model 6601.41, 40mm£240-280
18.     Longines 9ct gentleman's wristwatch, the dial with gilt Arabic numerals, baton markers and subsidiary seconds, 17 jewel movement, no. 11508287, the back with presentation inscription dated 1962, 33mm£100-150
19.     Nais 17 jewel gold plated mid-size calendar wristwatch, the silvered dial with outer date marker, subsidiary day/month apertures over moon phase, 31mm£80-120
20.     Rolex 18038 Day-Date silvered dial, aluminium tin
£40-80
21.     Rolex 18038 Day-Date silvered dial, aluminium tin£40-80
22.     Rolex 18038 Day-Date gilt dial, aluminium tin; also a Rolex 18ct Jubilee bracelet link, 10mm wide x 9mm (2)£50-80
23.     Rolex Datejust Oysterquartz gold and stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the gilt dial with gold bezel, diamond set markers, centre seconds and date aperture, reference 17013, 36mm£1200-1600
24.     Omega 1940s 9ct gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with gold Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 15 jewel movement, no. 10742463, Dennison case, 33mm£200-300
25.     Tudor Royal 9ct white gold diamond set lady's cocktail watch, the small circular dial with baton markers and dauphine hands, the bezel set with six small diamonds in a millegrain setting, 17 jewels, case reference 372014, 13.3gm, 17mm£140-180
26.     Raymond Weil Tango stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, blue dial with date aperture, reference 5560, quartz, 37mm
£200-300
27.     Rolex Oyster Perpetual Explorer Precision stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, reference 5500, the black dial with luminous baton markers, quarter Arabic numerals, sweep centre seconds and Mercedes hands, original bracelet, serial reference 1561xxx, 34mm£1500-2000
28.     Record Military issue stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the black dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 15 jewel movement, the screw back with military markings, 36mm (a.f)£50-80
29.     Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT-Master 1960s stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, reference 1675, blue and red rotating bezel, the black dial with gilt markings, sweep centre seconds, Mercedes hands and date aperture, cal. 1560 25 jewel movement, Jubilee bracelet, 42mm£3600-4200
30.     14k white gold diamond set lady's wristwatch, the silvered dial branded 'Hallmark', 17 jewels, the bezel set with ten small diamonds, plated bracelet, 9mm £60-100
31.     Winegarten's 1920/30s white gold and diamond set lady's cocktail watch, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals, 15 jewels, cord bracelet, 15mm £120-180
32.     Norex Geneve gold plated calendar gentleman's wristwatch, the gilt dial with Arabic numerals, outer date marker, centre seconds and day/month apertures, gold plated expanding bracelet, 35mm£80-120
33.     Seiko Sportsmatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, Diashock 17 jewel movement, 37mm£20-40
34.     Two similar early silver Borgel wire lug wristwatches (2)£80-120
35.     Omega De Ville Co-Axial George Daniels automatic chronometer stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the black dial with baton markers, dauphin hands, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1062 movement, no. 80090841, with original black leather strap and folding clasp, 39mm; as new condition with boxes, chronometer warranty, booklets dated 16th January 2008£900-1200
36.     Rado Silver Star automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the circular two part dial with stone set markers, sweep centre seconds and day/date aperture, 17 jewels, 38mm£80-120
37.     Early 20th century gold wire lug gentleman's wristwatch, the white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, 33mm£300-500
38.     Omega Seamaster Quartz gold plated gentleman's bracelet watch, the gilt dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, 30mm £50-80
39.     Agari Suisse chronograph 18k gentleman's wristwatch, the gilt dial with Arabic numerals, centre seconds and subsidiary thirty minute recording dial and constant seconds, 34mm£240-280
40.     Good Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day/Date 18ct white gold gentleman's wristwatch, reference 118209, with white mother of pearl dial and oyster bracelet, serial reference K196XXX, circa 2002, 36mm; with original Rolex presentation box
Purchased from Mappin & Webb, Knightsbridge, London£5500-7500
41.     Omega Seamaster automatic 9ct gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1963, the silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and dauphin hands, cal. 552 24 jewel movement, no. 20894333, gold link bracelet with folding clasp, 74.2gm, 34mm£500-700
42.     Oris automatic stainless steel 200m gentleman's wristwatch, rotating bezel, the blue dial with luminous markers, reverse sweeping centre seconds and date aperture, reference 551 7457 40 55, 36mm£150-200
43.     Rolex Precision 18k lady's bracelet watch, the small circular silvered dial with baton markers, 17 jewel movement, integral mesh link bracelet, 41.6gm, 15mm£1000-1400
44.     Omega early 1960s Seamaster stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 562 movement, no. 17450547, 33mm (alterations to the movement); Omega box£80-120
45.     Late 1930s Oyster Watch Co. mid-size stainless steel wristwatch, the circular silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 15 jewels, model reference 3136, case reference 135633, 30mm£150-250
46.     Omega 9ct late 1960s Seamaster automatic gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and day/date apertures, cal. 752 24 jewel movement, no. 269965312, 36mm£320-380
47.     Rolex Oyster Perpetual 1950s stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, gold bezel, the silvered dial with dot markers, Dauphin hands and sweep centre seconds, 1030 adjusted five position 23 jewel perpetual movement, model 6582, serial 329xxx, later non-Rolex bracelet, 34mm£700-900
48.     Rolex Oysterdate Precision stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with gilt baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, 613 17 jewel movement, case reference 6694, 35mm£400-600
49.     Jacob & Co Five-Time Zone diamond bezel stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the gilt dial with Arabic quarter numerals and red centre seconds, subsidiary time zones for New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo and Paris, limited edition no. 562, quartz, 44mm; together with the original case and four coloured straps and the international warranty card£2000-3000
50.     Omega late 1970s Seamaster automatic gold plated gentleman's wristwatch, the gilt dial with baton markers, centre seconds and day/date aperture, cal. 1020 17 jewel movement, no. 43103323, original bracelet with folding clasp, 36mm£160-220
51.     Rolex Precision 9ct lady's wristwatch , the silvered dial with baton markers and sweep centre seconds, 17 jewel movement, case reference 9169, 20mm (lacks strap)£100-150
52.     Early 20th century hunter style silver gentleman's wire lug wristwatch, with a detachable pierced cover guard, the off-white dial with Arabic numerals, inner red twenty-four hour chapter and subsidiary seconds, lever bar movement, 35mm (movement a.f)£60-100
53.     Omega 1970s Constellation Electronic F300Hz chronometer gold plated gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1250 movement, 38mm£220-280
54.     Oris military style automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the circular black dial with Arabic quarter numerals, baton markers and day and date apertures with sweep centre seconds, 25 jewel movement with exhibition back, rubber band with folding clasp, reference 19 73974, 35mm£220-280
55.     1920/30s white gold diamond set lady's wristwatch, the rectangular off-white dial with Arabic numerals within a surround of fourteen diamonds in a rectangular case with back winder, on a 9ct white gold link bracelet, 11mm£240-280
56.     Omega Chrono-Quartz electronic and digital chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the dial with LCD chronograph display screens, meantime dial with baton markers and date aperture, 32AHZ electronic movement within a large rectangular case with integral bracelet, 48mm, with original box and booklets

*The Chrono-Quartz was launched at the Montreal Olympic Games of 1976 and was the first watch in the world with both analogue display for the time functions and LCD (liquid crystal display) for the chronograph functions*£1000-1500
57.     Orloff stainless steel calendar gentleman's wristwatch, 17 jewels, expanding bracelet, 32mm£50-80
58.     Rolex 1930s 18ct lady's tonneau cased wristwatch, silvered dial with Arabic numerals, 15 jewel movement, later mesh bracelet, case reference 2622, 9mm £150-250
59.     Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1958, the circular gilt dial with Roman numerals, dot markers and date aperture with sweep centre seconds, milled bezel, 1030 adjusted five position automatic perpetual movement, model 6535, 34mm£750-950
60.     Omega automatic 9ct gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1964, the silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 562 24 jewel movement, no. 21273805, integral mesh link bracelet with Omega folding clasp, case back inscribed, 56.5gm, 32mm£350-450
61.     Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the bronze dial with diamond dot markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, model 6518, serial 343xxx, 33mm£1100-1400
62.     Omega 1960s Military style stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the black dial with centre seconds and Arabic numerals, cal. 601 17 jewel movement adjusted to two positions, no. 22347943, the screw back with Military markings, 36mm£300-500
63.     Wittnauer Electro-Chron stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the circular skeleton dial with a silvered chapter ring and sweep centre seconds, 36mm£260-320
64.     Eberhard automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with gilt baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, 36mm£50-80
65.     Rolex Oyster Precision stainless steel lady's wristwatch, reference 6410, the silvered dial with baton markers and sweep centre seconds, serial no. 924xxx, 24mm£400-600
66.     Rolex Oyster Perpetual 9ct gentleman's wristwatch, reference 1002, milled bezel and silvered dial with baton markers and sweep centre seconds, serial reference 1484xxx, 34mm
(lacks strap)£600-800
67.     Oris automatic winder two-tone gentleman's wristwatch, the circular silvered dial with Arabic gilt numerals, baton marker, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, 21 jewel movement with exhibition glazed back, 34mm£150-250
68.     Omega Seamaster Quartz two-tone gentleman's bracelet watch, the square gilt dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, 32mm£200-300
69.     Omega Seamaster Professional stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, rotating bezel, the blue dial with green luminous dot markers, centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1538 quartz movement, 38mm£350-450
70.     Omega 18ct automatic gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1956/57, the square gilt dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and dauphine hands, cal. 471 20 jewel movement, no. 15899105, 28mm£500-600
71.     Omega Constellation stainless steel two-tone gentleman's bracelet watch, the circular gilt dial with dot markers, centre seconds and date aperture, quartz, reference 1431, 34mm; with Omega box and spare bracelet links£300-500
72.     Tudor Oyster stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the tarnished silvered dial with baton markers and centre seconds, 17 jewels, case no. 7903, 32mm£100-150
73.     Omega 1960s Speedmaster chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, black enamel tachymeter bezel, the black dial with centre seconds, luminous baton markers and subsidiary hour, 30 minute recording and constant second dials, cal. 321 17 jewel movement, no. 27320396, 40mm£2000-2500
74.     Rolex Oyster Royal Precision stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the white dial with gilt Arabic numerals, baton markers and centre seconds, 15 jewel movement, screw back, case reference 4444, Rolex leather strap with stainless steel buckle, 32mm£300-500
75.     Rare Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner 6536 stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1956, rotating black enamel bezel, the original dial with luminous baton and dot markers, sweep centre seconds and Mercedes hands, gilt text marked 300m=330ft Submariner, 1030 25 jewel movement with five adjusted positions and temperature, the screw back stamped 6536/1, 11.56 military style band, serial reference 155xxx, 38mm£7000-10000
76.     Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the white dial with Roman numerals, baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, Jubilee bracelet with folding deployment clasp, reference 15200, serial E282xxx, 34mm£800-1200
77.     Rado Jubile Ceramic gentleman's bracelet watch, 27mm (a.f)£20-40
78.     Omega 1970s Seamaster automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and day/date aperture, Omega bracelet with folding clasp, 35mm£80-120
79.     Girard- Perregaux Gyromatic 1960s gold plated gentleman's wristwatch, the black dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, 39 jewels, 34mm; original box£60-100
80.     Belgravia Watch Co. Powertempo chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, blue leather strap, model 3455, case reference B201493, 43mm, boxed with guarantee card£350-450
81.     Attractive 1920/30s platinum and diamond set cocktail watch, the silvered rectangular dial signed Tegra, 17 jewels, the diamond set bezel on graduated fancy pierce set links, 10mm£600-800
82.     Pierce chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with centre seconds, applied gilt Arabic numerals and subsidiary sixty minute recording dial over constant seconds, the dome back with Military broad arrow, no. 44513, 34mm£100-150
83.     Omega Seamaster Aqua-Terra stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the blue metallic dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1538 Omega quartz movement, 40mm£450-650
84.     Jules Jurgenson 14k gentleman's wristwatch, the circular silvered dial with baton markers and sweep centre seconds, 33mm£100-150
85.     Seiko Sports 100 chronograph quartz stainless steel and gold plated bracelet wristwatch, the white dial with subsidiary dials and moon phase, 38mm£45-65
86.     Movado gold and stainless steel gentleman's mystery dial bracelet watch, the dial branded 'International Camel Symposium, Dubai', limited edition, quartz, 32mm£350-450
87.     CWC Military stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the black dial with centre seconds, Arabic numerals and date aperture, the reverse with military markings, quartz movement, 37mm£60-80
88.     Doxa gold plated gentleman's dress wristwatch, the circular black dial with stone set quarter markers and dauphin hands and cabouchon set winding crown, 32mm (new/old stock)£60-80
89.     Omega De Ville Quartz late 1970s stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the grey dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 1342 7 jewel movement, no. 40757694, integral bracelet, 34mm£60-80
90.     Rolex Precision 9ct gentleman's wristwatch, hallmarked London 1960, the silvered dial with Arabic quarter numerals, gold baton markers and centre seconds, 17 jewel movement, 36mm£500-700
91.     Girard-Perregaux Gyromatic chronometer 9ct gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, 39 jewels, movement no. 3209150, 33mm£100-150
92.     Large Swiss 18k chronograph gentleman's wristwatch, the gilt dial with Arabic numerals, centre seconds and subsidiary constant seconds and thirty minute recording dial, 38mm (lacks strap)£220-280
93.     Movado 14k gentleman's wristwatch, the circular gilt dial with baton markers and sweep centre seconds, 17 jewel movement adjusted to two positions, 35mm£100-150
94.     Longines 14k 1950s mid-size wristwatch, the silvered circular dial with Arabic quarter numerals, baton markers and subsidiary seconds, 23Z 17 jewel movement, no. 8476402, the circular stepped case with raised scroll lugs, 29mm; original Longines box£300-500
95.     Zenith Port Royal automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, the blue dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and day/date apertures, high-beat movement, 35mm£350-450
96.     Enicar gold plated gentleman's wristwatch, the circular gilt dial with Arabic numerals, dot markers and centre seconds, the case with fancy scroll lugs, 15 jewel movement, 36mm£30-50
97.     Early 9ct Cudos tonneau cased mid-size wristwatch, import hallmarks for London 1914, the silvered dial with black Arabic numerals, Swiss 15 jewel lever movement, hinged back with swing wire lugs, 26mm£100-150
98.     Omega Dynamic automatic stainless steel lady's bracelet watch, the grey and silvered dial with orange centre seconds and date aperture, Omega bracelet and folding clasp, 30mm£120-160
99.     Baume & Mercier 18k gentleman's dress wristwatch, the blue metallic dial with dauphine hands, mechanical 150 17 jewel movement, sapphire cabouchon winding crown, reference 35130, 32mm£300-500
100.    Good 18ct Omega 1970s Constellation automatic chronometer gentleman's bracelet watch, the circular gilt dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and day/date apertures, cal. 751 24 jewel movement adjusted to five positions, no. 30779343, original bracelet with folding clasp, 141.9gm, 36mm£2400-2800
101.    Gruen Precision Auto-Wind 10k gold filled gentleman's wristwatch, the gilt dial with Arabic quarter numerals, baton markers and subsidiary seconds, 475 17 jewel bumper movement, gold plated expanding bracelet, 38mm£100-150
102.    Corum period square stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circular cross hair dial with micro-automatic movement, triple signed, movement no. 64603, 30mm£320-380
103.    Tissot automatic chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, gold plated bezel and white dial with triple subsidiary dials and day/date aperture, 17 jewel movement, 38mm£140-180
104.    Le Cheminant Master Marina automatic stainless steel gentleman's diver's wristwatch, 25 jewels, 36mm£80-120
105.    Rolex Oysterdate Precision stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, model 6694, serial 8301xxx, 35mm£800-1200
106.    Omega 1970s Constellation automatic chronometer gold capped gentleman's wristwatch, the circular gilt dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and day/date aperture, cal. 751 24 jewel movement five position adjusted movement, no. 31932028, original bracelet with folding clasp, 35mm£280-320
107.    Cartier Panthere stainless steel and gold lady's bracelet watch, quartz, reference 1057917, 23mm£1200-1600
108.    Early 9ct Audemars cushion case lady's wristwatch, the circular dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 15 jewel movement, 21mm£40-80
109.    Omega Constellation automatic chronometer stainless steel lady's wristwatch, the oval silvered dial with baton markers and date aperture, original bracelet with folding clasp, 28mm£80-120
110.    Garrard 9ct 1960s gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with gold Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, Swiss 17 jewel movement, the back with inscription dated 1962, 31mm; with original box£120-180
111.    Swiss 1940s 18ct chronograph gentleman's wristwatch, the bronze dial with Arabic numerals, centre seconds and subsidiary thirty minute and constant second dials, the circular case with fancy fixed lugs, 34mm£800-1200
112.    Rolex Oysterdate Precision mid-size stainless steel wristwatch, the circular silvered dial with gilt baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, model 6466, serial 584xxx, 30mm£650-850
113.    Early 9ct lady's Rolex wire lug wristwatch, hallmarked London 1933, the machined silvered dial with black Arabic numerals, 15 jewel movement, 26mm£140-180
114.    Mido Multifort 1940s automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, bumper movement, 32mm£80-120
115.    Wyler Incaflex chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with gilt Arabic numerals, centre seconds, subsidiary thirty-minute recording dial and constant seconds, 35mm£140-180
116.    Good 1920s Rolex 18ct tonneau cased gentleman's wristwatch, the machined silvered dial with black Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and blue steel hands, extra Prima 15 jewel movement timed to six positions for all climates, import hallmarks for Glasgow 1926, case no. 30911, 25mm; with original Rolex box£1400-1800
117.    Bulova Accutron 14ct gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with sweep centre seconds and day/date aperture, case reference H57878, 33mm; original box£180-220
118.    Oris automatic rectangular gold plated gentleman's bracelet watch, the silvered dial with Arabic 12, baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, 25 jewels, reference 561 7474 45 61, 22mm£150-200
119.    Bulova 18ct lady's wristwatch, mechanical, 25mm£90-120
120.    Tudor Prince Oysterdate Rotor Self-Winding stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with baton markers, dauphin hands, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, 25 jewels, 34mm£240-280
121.    Early 9ct lady's wire lug wristwatch on a plated bracelet, 25mm£30-50
122.    Roamer Calendario stainless steel calendar gentleman's wristwatch, 17 jewels, 32mm£80-120
123.    Attractive Moser & Co 14k hunter wristwatch, signed jewelled nickel cylinder bar movement, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds within a circular foliate engraved and red enamel case set with rose cut diamonds, 32mm£450-650
124.    Jacob & Co Five-Time Zone diamond bezel stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the black dial with Arabic quarter numerals and red centre seconds, subsidiary time zones for New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo and Paris, limited edition no. 605, quartz, 44mm; together with the original case, four coloured straps and the international warranty card£2000-3000
125.    Rolex Oyster Perpetual Explorer stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the circular black dial with Arabic quarter numerals, baton markers and sweep centre seconds with luminous Mercedes hands, model 1016, serial 8786xxx, circa 1985, 35mm; green Rolex box£2200-2600
126.    Early Longines white metal (0.800) wire lug gentleman's wristwatch, signed gilt movement, no. 2868362, the white dial with black Roman numerals, circa 1911/12, 33mm£150-250
127.    Gruen Precision 1950s stainless steel mid-size calendar wristwatch, the silvered dial with red centre date marker, day/month apertures and subsidiary seconds dial, 17 jewels, 31mm£200-300
128.    Royce 1960s diver's chronograph stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, rotating enamel bezel, the black dial with centre seconds, baton markers and subsidiary thirty-minute recording dial and constant seconds, Valjoux 7734 movement, 39mm£150-250
129.    Rodania 1940s Military issue stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the black dial with luminous Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 34mm£80-120
130.    Ernest Borel 1970s Rendezvous Sea Gem gold plated alarm gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with Arabic twelve and six with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and alarm indicator, 35mm£100-150
131.    Favre-Leuba 1960s automatic mid-size wristwatch, the silvered dial with green luminous Arabic numerals and red centre seconds, 15 jewel movement, 32mm£45-65
132.    1970s Waltham alarm military style gentleman's wristwatch, the black dial with quarter Arabic luminous numerals, baton markers, inner twenty-four hour chapter with red alarm indicator, 17 jewel movement, modern lizard calf strap, 33mm£180-220
133.    Rolex Oyster Perpetual stainless steel lady's wristwatch, the gilt dial with baton markers and gold bezel, model 6619, serial 323xxx, black leather strap with Rolex buckle, 24mm£400-600
134.    Three Kienzle gentleman's wristwatches£40-80
135.    Oris waterproof gold plated gentleman's wristwatch, 15 jewels, 31mm£20-40
136.    Elgin Sportsman gold plated gentleman's wristwatch, 17 jewels, 33mm; together with a Bulova automatic Braille stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch (2)£40-80
137.    Omega Seamaster 30 stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the black dial with Arabic white numerals and centre seconds, later bracelet, 35mm; together with a Garuda Jet Travel stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch (2)£50-80
138.    Baume & Mercier quartz 18k rectangular gentleman's dress wristwatch, the brown mystery dial with dauphine hands, 25mm£150-250
139.    Hamilton 10k gold filled gentleman's wristwatch, the circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals and centre seconds, 32mm£30-50
140.    Omega 1950s Seamaster automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the gilt dial with Arabic 12, baton markers and subsidiary seconds, cal. 342 17 jewel bumper movement, no. 13185169, 34mm£220-280
141.    City Quartz New Yorker 32khz gold plated gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with baton markers and date aperture, 38mm£35-45
142.    Longines stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1952, the silvered dial with black chapter ring and Arabic numerals with subsidiary seconds, cal. 12.68z movement, 34mm£170-220
143.    Tissot Visodate Seastar PR516 stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, 34mm; with original box and international guarantee£100-150
144.    Zenith Elite Port Royal V automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, reference 01/02.0450.682, 38mm; with boxes, booklets and warranty card£1100-1500
145.    Rolex Oyster Perpetual red Submariner dial, aluminium tin£50-80
146.    Omega late 1950s Seamaster automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, cal. 503 20 jewel movement, no. 16976826, the silvered dial with gilt baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, 34mm£120-180
147.    1930s 18ct rectangular gentleman's wire lug wristwatch, the silvered dial with black Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, Swiss movement branded 'Stayt', 26mm£150-250
148.    Illinois Watch Co 10k gold filled automatic gentleman's wristwatch, the black dial with gilt Arabic numerals, baton markers and sweep centre seconds, Swiss 17 jewel movement, case reference SO61439, 32mm£80-120
149.    Bulova 10k gold filled rectangular gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals, baton markers and subsidiary seconds, 21 jewels, American expanding bracelet, 21mm£60-100
150.    Le Coultre automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with Arabic quarter numerals, dot markers and sweep centre seconds, 12A 17 jewel bumper movement, case no. 377566, 33mm£150-250
151.    Richard gold plated calendar gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with outer date mark, day/month apertures and centre seconds, 35mm£80-120
152.    Roy King sterling silver gentleman's rectangular wristwatch, signed black dial, mechanical, 24mm£120-180
153.    Gruen Precision automatic 10k gold filled gentleman's wristwatch, the black dial with Arabic quarter numerals, baton markers and subsidiary seconds dial, auto-wind 475 17 jewel bumper movement, expanding bracelet, 28mm£100-150
154.    Gruen Veri-Thin precision gold plated mid-size wristwatch, the rectangular gilt and silvered dial with applied Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 15 jewels, 26mm; together with a Gruen Veri-Thin gold plated gentleman's wristwatch head (balance a.f) (2)£50-80
155.    Hamilton 'Rodney' 10k gold filled gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1953, the silvered dial with sweep centre seconds and baton markers, 735 18 jewel movement, 34mm£60-100
156.    Hamilton 'Bradford' 14k gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1961, the silvered dial with Arabic twelve, gold dot markers and subsidiary seconds, 770 22 jewel movement, 32mm£80-120
157.    Hamilton 'Brooke' gold plated quartz gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered rectangular tapered dial with gilt Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, quartz movement, no. 6240, expanding bracelet, 22mm
*This is a copy of the 1937 original*£40-80
158.    Hamilton 'Bowman' 14k gold filled gentleman's rectangular wristwatch, circa 1939, the silvered dial with applied Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 980 17 jewel movement, the case with fancy strap lugs, 24mm£40-80
159.    Hamilton World Time Quartz stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, reference 1405, 38mm; with box and booklets£50-80
160.    Oris World Timer stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the blue metallic dial with a subsidiary hour dial and constant seconds over the date aperture to the six o'clock position, cal 690 30 jewel movement with exhibition glazed back, reference no. 6907485, 38mm; with original box and service guarantee card dated 11/8/05£300-500
161.    Bulova Accutron Spaceview stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, 14ct bezel ring, the dial with centre seconds and visible movement, no. E43988, later green leather strap, 33mm£150-250
162.    Bulova Accutron Spaceview stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the dial with centre seconds and visible movement, reference 44927, later steel expanding bracelet, 35mm£120-180
163.    1960s Bulova Accutron Railroad Approved 10k gold filled gentleman's wristwatch, the white dial with Arabic black numerals and red centre seconds, reference D20997, Bulova gold plated bracelet, 34mm£100-150
164.    Bulova stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the circular silvered dial applied with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 17 jewels, 33mm; together with a Bulova R.R955Q stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, quartz, 38mm (2)£40-80
165.    Bulova 10k gold filled rectangular mid-size wristwatch, the silvered dial with Arabic quarter numerals, baton markers and subsidiary seconds beneath a facet cut glass, 74A 21 jewel movement, gold plated leather inset expanding bracelet, 24mm£50-80
166.    Bulova 53 Drakes Relay gold plated square gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with letters utilising numbers and subsidiary seconds, the square case with swing bar lugs, 10AK 21 jewel movement, Bulova leather strap, 25mm£50-80
167.    Gruen Precision 1960s Airflight Jumping Hours gold filled gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with open apertures for the hours jumping from twelve to twenty-four hour numerals, sweep centre seconds, 17 jewel movement, 35mm£150-250
168.    Smiths De Luxe 9ct presentation gentleman's wristwatch, 15 jewels, expanding bracelet, 35mm£60-100
169.    Sekonda stainless steel chronograph gentleman's wristwatch, 19 jewels, expanding bracelet, 36mm; together with a stainless steel quartz gentleman's bracelet watch (2)£40-80
170.    Marrubar gold plated automatic gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with Arabic quarter numerals, baton markers, subsidiary seconds and date aperture, 35mm£40-80
171.    Seiko World Time automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, 41mm£50-80
172.    Seiko Bell-Matic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, 17 jewels, 37mm; together with two Seiko quartz stainless steel gentleman's wristwatches (3)£50-80
173.    Roy King silver hallmarked square case gentleman's wristwatch, signed white dial with Roman numerals, mechanical, 28mm£150-200
174.    Omega Seamaster multi-function stainless steel and gold gentleman's bracelet watch, quartz, 32mm£150-250
175.    Moser 14k mid-size braille wristwatch, the white dial with a hinged bezel, raised white dot markers and Arabic numerals, 17 jewels, 30mm£250-300
176.    Bulova gold filled rectangular gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with Arabic quarter numerals, baton markers and subsidiary seconds, 11AC 17 jewel movement, 28mm; original Bulova blue plastic box£50-80
177.    Bulova gold filled rectangular gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with applied Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 10BM 21 jewel movement, expanding bracelet, 26mm; with original academy award plastic Bulova case and guarantee bond certificate£50-80
178.    Lord Elgin 10k gold filled gentleman's wristwatch, the rectangular tapered case and silvered dial with baton markers and subsidiary seconds, 730 23 jewel movement, gold plated bracelet, inscribed back dated 1958, 27mm; original box£50-80
179.    Elgin Durapower automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial with green luminous Arabic numerals and dot markers with centre seconds, 18 jewel bumper movement, 34mm; original box£50-80
180.    Elgin Shockmaster gold filled gentleman's wristwatch, the dial applied with gilt Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, Durapower mainspring, expanding bracelet, 26mm, with original box; together with another Elgin Shockmaster stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch with expanding bracelet (2)£50-80
181.    Russian chronograph stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch and two other gentleman's Russian wristwatches (3)£40-80
182.    Rotary gold plated rectangular gentleman's dress wristwatch, quartz, 27mm; boxed with original guarantee£20-40
183.    Rotary Retrograde gentleman's stainless steel wristwatch, the silvered dial with centre seconds, date indicator and twenty-four hour indicator, quartz, 38mm; boxed with booklets and spare stainless steel bracelet£20-40
184.    Oris automatic stainless steel bracelet watch, rotating bezel, the black dial with Arabic quarter numerals, baton markers, date aperture and sweep centre seconds, reference 583 7508 41 94, 32mm£180-220
185.    Oris automatic two-tone gentleman's bracelet watch, 561 25 jewel movement with exhibition glazed back, 24mm£150-200
186.    Baume & Mercier stainless steel and gold plated lady's bracelet watch, quartz, reference MV045183, 27mm£80-120
187.    Tiffany & Co Atlas stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the square bezel with Roman numerals, grey dial with luminous dot markers and date aperture, quartz 256.041 6 jewel movement, original bracelet, 28mm£280-320
188.    Roy King Chelsea FC silver hallmarked gentleman's wristwatch to commemorate winning the 1997 FA Cup Final, quartz, 32mm£150-200
189.    Omega Dynamic 1970s stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the blue and silvered dial with blue centre seconds and date aperture within an oval case, 41mm£120-160
190.    Omega Seamaster De Ville automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the silvered dial within baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, 34mm£100-150
191.    Longines stainless steel rectangular gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1934, the blue dial with Roman numerals, 5602 17 jewel movement, serial 52769784, 25mm£80-120
192.    Omega 1970s Constellation automatic chronometer gold capped gentleman's wristwatch, the circular gilt dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and day/date apertures, cal. 751 24 jewel movement adjusted to five positions, no. 26991749, Omega strap and gold plated buckle, 35mm£250-350
193.    Oris automatic stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, the circular black dial with Arabic quarter numerals and day and date apertures, 25 jewel movement with exhibition glazed back, 35mm£220-280
194.    Baume & Mercier stainless steel and gold plated gentleman's quartz dress bracelet watch, reference 2192179c, 32mm£80-120
195.    Omega 9ct automatic Geneva gentleman's wristwatch, circa 1969, the silvered dial with baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture, cal. 565 24 jewel movement, no. 28278315, inscribed presentation back dated 1970, 33mm£120-180
196.    Longines 1920s nickel case wire lug mid-size wristwatch, the signed dial with black Arabic numerals, blue steel hands and subsidiary seconds, no. 4145361, 29mm (a.f)£80-120
197.    Raymond Weil 18k gold plated gentleman's dress wristwatch, quartz, reference 9120, 31mm£80-120
198.    Omega De Ville gold plated lady's wristwatch, circa 1970, the silvered dial with baton markers, cal. 620 17 jewel movement adjusted two position movement, no. 29753084, later expanding bracelet, 22mm; with original box and guarantee (a.f)£70-100
199.    9ct lady's wristwatch with an expanding bracelet; together with a 9ct Rotary lady's wristwatch with a plated expanding bracelet (2)£70-100
200.    Omega Seamaster Co-Axial chronometer 300M stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, reference 22208000, automatic 2500 movement, blue dial with sweep centre seconds and date aperture, 44mm; with International warranty card dated 19/2/07 £600-800
201.    Omega white gold diamond set lady's cocktail watch, hallmarked London 1961, the silvered dial with baton markers, cal. 530 17 jewel movement, no. 17903874, 14.6gm, 15mm£200-300
202.    Cartier Pasha automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the two piece screw case with crown cap, the silvered dial with Arabic quarter numerals, baton markers, sweep centre seconds and date aperture between the four and five o'clock position, 21 jewel automatic movement, reference 1031, original bracelet and folding clasp, 35mm; with spare links and service receipts from Laing The Jeweller, Glasgow, with Cartier suede pouch£800-1200
203.    Attractive gold diamond set lady's bangle watch, the white dial with Arabic numerals, the bezel set with 24 rose cut diamonds (each 0.10ct approx), the three-quarter plate movement signed Goldsmiths, 112 Regent Street, London, no. 28474, 34.8gm, 27mm£1000-1500
204.    Rolex Precision 14ct lady's bracelet watch, the square silvered dial with baton markers, 1400 18 jewel movement, circa 1972, integral bracelet, 34.2gm£400-600
205.    Early 18ct lady's wristwatch, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals, 15 jewels, expanding bracelet, 13.2gm, 14mm£160-220
206.    Rolex Precision 9ct lady's bracelet watch, the square silvered dial applied with gold Arabic numerals, 17 jewel adjusted two position movement, signed gate bracelet with folding clasp, 19.8gm, 16mm (a.f)£200-300
207.    Accurist 9ct lady's wristwatch head, 21 jewels, 5.8gm, 15mm£20-40
208.    Omega De Ville two-tone quartz stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, the gilt dial with baton markers, date aperture and centre seconds, no. 55205710, circa 1995, 32mm£80-120
209.    Movado 18ct lady's calendar bracelet watch, the circular silvered dial with outer date chapter and day aperture, mechanical, 44.7gm, 22mm£650-750
210.    Rotary 9ct fob watch with en suite brooch, 8.9gm£40-80
211.    American Waltham lever gold plated pocket watch, movement no. 16264838, lever set, the original dial with black Roman numerals and inner twenty four hour Arabic chapter with subsidiary seconds dial, foliate engraved screw case, side wind, 55mm£80-120
212.    Continental fusee verge calendar pocket watch, the movement signed Du Mont, Schwartzbourg, with pierced balance bridge, engraved top plate with a gem set silver regulating dial, the enamel white dial with Roman numerals, outer Arabic five minute divisions and inner chapters for date and French day, white metal consular case with engraved cuvette detailing the months of the year, 57mm (a.f)
£150-250
213.    Thos Russell & Son (Liverpool) gold plated lever pocket watch, movement no. 9930, wind set at the three o'clock position, 50mm£40-80
214.    Swiss 15 jewel lever gold plated hunter pocket watch, 51mm; together with a silver Acme lever engine turned pocket watch (2)£40-80
215.    Silver fusee verge pocket watch, hallmarked London 1836, the movement signed Wm Morrice, London, no. 1466, the dial with Roman numerals, 51mm (lacking outer case)£80-120
216.    Elgin gold plated lever hunter pocket watch, movement no. 9536875, 50mm£50-80
217.    South Bend Watch Co. lever gold filled pocket watch, fine quality 17 jewel double roller American lever adjusted movement with gold train gears, micro regulator and jewels in gold seats, the dial with black Roman numerals, outer five minute red Arabic divisions and subsidiary seconds within an engraved stylised case decorated with a foliate band, 49mm£100-150
218.    Large silver fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked Chester 1867, the movement signed J. Smith, Middlebrou' on Tees, no. 38223, the silver engraved dial applied with gold Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engine turned case with cartouche, 54mm£100-150
219.    Swiss double sided gilt metal gambler's novelty pocket watch, the watch side with pin set cylinder movement, no. 341871, the reverse dial with five divided sectors representing a racehorse with a stop lever inset to the bezel, 50mm *These horses won all the major races in the 1885 season, including the Epsom Derby, the 2000 Guineas, the 1000 Guineas, the Melbourne cup etc.£300-500
220.    American Waltham lever pocket watch, 17 jewel movement , no. 18458263, the two part white dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds within a Silveroid screw case, circa 1900, 56mm£60-100
221.    9ct half hunter lever pocket watch, the dial signed John Elkin, London, with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within a plain outer case, 88.5gm, 49mm£220-280
222.    Tempo 1930s rolled gold lever dress pocket watch, 15 jewels, the gilt machined dial with applied Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 46mm£40-80
223.    Early 19th century fusee cylinder 18ct pair cased pocket watch, hallmarked London 1807, the movement signed Thos Shearman, Bristol, no. 100, the enamel white dial with subsidiary Arabic numeral hour dial and overlapping large constant seconds, matching outer cases engraved with a Coat of Arms, 120gm approx, 56mm (alterations)£600-800
224.    Elgin National Watch Co. gold plated lever hunter pocket watch, movement no. 6445393, lever set, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engraved foliate case depicting a landscape, 55mm£60-100
225.    Good Ulysse Nardin 18ct pocket watch, signed three-quarter plate gilt jewelled lever movement, no. 2834, the original dial with black Roman numerals and gold stone set hands with subsidiary seconds, the signed original engine turned case with a milled band in fine condition, 86.6gm, 47mm£1000-1500
226.    Early 19th century silver fusee verge pair case pocket watch, the movement signed Geo Graham, London, no. 9554, with gilt pierced balance cock, silver regulating dial and turned pillars, the enamel white dial with Roman numerals within matching outer cases, 54mm (outer case a.f)£200-300
227.    Silver fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked 1873, the movement and dial signed Camerer Cuss & Co., London no. 2971, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engine turned case, 49mm£50-80
228.    Silver hunter fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked Chester 1867, the movement signed C. W Atkin, Tullamore, no. 16901, rubbed outer case, 50mm (a.f)£40-60
229.    Moeris GSTP military issue nickel case lever pocket watch (a.f); together with a Swiss gunmetal alarm pocket watch branded 'Sphinx' (2)£50-80
230.    Fine late 19th century silver karrusel deck watch, hallmarked Chester 1896, the dial and movement signed Newsome & Co., Coventry, no. 129960, with Ministry of Defence broad arrow, gilt plate movement with English lever escapement, plain balance cock and steel regulator with diamond endstone, compensated balance and blue steel overcoil hairspring, the original dial with Roman numerals and a large subsidiary seconds dial, the case with corresponding numbers and maker's mark 'IJTN', 56mm
£2500-3500
231.    English fusee verge gilt metal pocket watch, the movement signed Thos Pain, London, no. 8923, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche, 53mm£100-150
232.    Swiss silver lever recording chronograph pocket watch, the white enamel dial with sweep seconds, thirty minute elapsed time dial and constant seconds, Swiss hallmarked silver case (.935), the cuvette signed Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh, 51mm (a.f)£80-120
233.    Silver fusee verge pocket watch, hallmarked London 1828, the movement signed Thos Clare, Bedford, no. 46334, the signed dial with Roman numerals, 51mm (lacking outer case)£80-120
234.    Silver pair cased fusee verge pocket watch, hallmarked London 1815, the movement signed J Payne, Lenham, no. 959, the enamel dial with bold Roman numerals, plain outer cases, 54mm£200-300
235.    Late 19th century silver going barrel club foot lever pocket watch, hallmarked Chester 1899, retailed by H. Samuel of Manchester, Lancashire Watch Co. movement, no. 424090, 54mm£50-80
236.    Silver hunter fusee verge pocket watch, hallmarked London 1864, the movement signed Pearce, 9 Newington Causway, no. 2830, the dial with Roman numerals within an engine turned case, 47mm£100-150
237.    American Waltham Traveler gold plated lever pocket watch, the dial branded Fattorini & Sons, Westgate Bradford, 50mm£40-80
238.    Continental silver fusee verge pocket watch, the movement signed Lamare a Dozule, with a pierced balance bridge, silver regulating dial and square pillars, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals and winding hole within a consular case, 50mm (a.f)£140-180
239.    Silver barrel lever engine turned pocket watch, hallmarked Birmingham 1888, 49mm£30-50
240.    Good George IV 18ct fusee verge hunter pocket watch, hallmarked London 1829, the dial and movement signed Loudan, Grt Surry Street London, no. 908, over sprung three arm steel balance with quadrant index and engraved balance cock, the dial with Roman numerals, gold hands and subsidiary seconds within a fine quality heavy engine turned case, the front cover engraved with a small family crest, 123.7gm, 51mm£1200-1600
241.    J.W. Benson silver fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked London 1870, the signed movement with Royal Warrant of the Prince of Wales, no. 35763, original dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, 50mm
£80-120
242.    Swiss minute repeating lever half hunter gold plated pocket watch, the white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, gilt jewelled bar lever movement striking with two hammers on a gong, 53mm£700-1000
243.    Late 18th century fusee verge gilt half hunter pocket watch, the movement signed Joseph Jolly, London, no. 469, the enamel white dial with Roman numerals and winding hole to the four o'clock position, consular case, 53mm (case a.f)£100-150
244.    Waltham Traveler gold plated lever hunter pocket watch, no. 16591879, 51mm£40-80
245.    Early Victorian silver fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked London 1843, the movement signed Wm Dowling, Liverpool, patent lever movement with Liverpool jewel windows, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engine turned case, 48mm£80-120
246.    Omega silver lever fob watch, the 15 jewel lever movement with Omega trademark to the balance cock and case, no. 1583844, 34mm£40-80
247.    Rolex 9ct lever dress pocket watch, circa 1929, the machined silvered dial with black Arabic numerals branded Ingersoll, 15 jewel timed six position movement for all climates, the hinged back with presentation inscription dated March 1932, 44mm£550-650
248.    Elgin National Watch Co gold plated lever pocket watch, 17 jewel adjusted three position lever movement, no. 29482371, silvered embossed dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engraved case, 44mm£40-60
249.    Swiss 17 jewel gold plated lever fob watch, 34mm; together with a silver engine turned cylinder pocket watch, the cuvette signed Kendal & Dent, London (2)£40-80
250.    Good German 18k repeating fusee cylinder pocket watch by C.F. Mylius a Francfort, the original enamel white dial with Arabic black numerals and blue steel moon hands, triple signed within a fine engine turned case, 57mm (movement in need of attention)£1000-1500
251.    Silver fusee lever hunter pocket watch, hallmarked London 1875, the movement signed Wm Pearsall, 29 High Street, Birmingham, no. 5882, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engine turned case, 48mm£60-100
252.    American Waltham gold plated lever hunter pocket watch, no. 78992383, 52mm£40-80
253.    Mid 18th century fusee verge pocket watch, the movement signed Isaac Hewlett, Bristol, with pierced engraved balance cock, silver regulating dial and square baluster pillars, the machined silvered dial with Roman numerals and winding hole between the four and five o'clock position, later silver engine turned case hallmarked London 1833, 44mm£140-180
254.    Kendal & Dent silver engine turned lever pocket watch, circa 1890, 53mm (dial a.f)£30-50
255.    Silver fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked London 1873, the movement signed Thos Allcock, Sandbach, no. 4723, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within a rubbed outer case, 52mm£60-100
256.    Attractive small Swiss silver gilt and enamelled cylinder fob watch by Henri Albert Didisheim of La Chaux de Fonds, the dial with blue Arabic numerals within a seed pearl bezel, the attractive back inlaid with gold and silver depicting a bird and two butterflies, 26mm£180-250
257.    19th century ivory cased Swiss pocket chronometer, the gilt bar movement with detent escapement, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within an ivory and gilt case, 48mm£400-600
258.    Two 9ct engraved fob watches£140-180
259.    Hamilton Watch Co. lever gold plated dress pocket watch, 912 17 jewel adjusted movement, no. 3252754, the gilt dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds within a plain case with an engraved foliate band, 44mm£40-80
260.    Silver fusee lever hunter pocket watch, hallmarked London 1874, movement no. 22335, 48mm£50-80
261.    Elgin National Watch Co. American lever pocket watch, no. 20017183, gilt 15 jewel movement set in gold seats, Silveroid alloy screw case with engraved Derby Rowing Club inscription dated 1928, 59mm£80-120
262.    Three silver graduated curb watch Alberts complete with T bars, swivels and fobs£60-100
263.    America Philadelphia lever gold plated hunter pocket watch, no. 2500627, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engraved case, 42mm£20-40
264.    Revue nickel case jewelled lever pocket watch, 50mm; together with two Kienzle chrome cased pocket watches (3)£30-50
265.    Silver English fusee verge hunter pocket watch, hallmarked London 1837, the unsigned movement with flat steel balance and quadrant regulator, the enamel dial with Roman numerals within a plain consular case, 54mm£120-180
266.    Zenith hermetic cased 18ct lever pocket watch, the gilt two-part dial with Arabic numerals, gold hands and subsidiary seconds within an engine turned case, 82.5gm, 49mm£500-800
267.    Venner Mark VI nickel cased stopwatch, no. 578/38, the white dial with Arabic chapter and subsidiary thirty-minute recording dial, 56mm£30-50
268.    19th century gilt Turkish market lever hunter pocket watch, the dial signed J. Dent, London with gilt Louis hands and subsidiary seconds, elaborately engraved jewelled movement within an engine turned domed hunter case, 52mm£60-100
269.    Elgin lever gold plated engraved hunter pocket watch, movement no. 21803464, 50mm£40-80
270.    Two silver engraved cylinder fob watches£25-45
271.    J.G. Graves 'The Express English Lever' silver pocket watch; together with a silver fusee lever pocket watch signed J. Lichtenstein, Manchester, within a large engine turned silver case (a.f) (2)£40-80
272.    Late 19th century French silver cylinder jewelled pocket watch, no. 16966, the dial with Roman numerals and inner blue Arabic twenty four hour chapter ring with gilt Louis style hands, the engine turned case with a milled band, 45mm; together with a metal link chain and key (dial a.f) £50-80
273.    English silver fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked London 1858, the movement signed Schwerer & Co., York, no. 22057, the dial banded "Improved Patent" with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within a rubbed outer case, 53mm£60-100
274.    Octava Watch Co. nickel cased lever trench pocket watch, 15 jewel adjusted three position movement, the dial with black Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds branded no. 26708.G, Moise Dreyfuss, Mark IV.A, the case back stamped WD1917, 50mm; together with an outer metal protective case£50-80
275.    Swiss silver lever pocket watch, hallmarked Birmingham 1910, the movement by Fritz Moeri, no. 15861, high quality engine turned nickel adjusted movement with screwed in jewelling in gold seats, micro whiplash regulator and compensated balance, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds with an unusual Dennison heavy screw silver case, 51mm£70-100
276.    English silver fusee lever pair cased pocket watch, hallmarked London 1869, movement no. 6386, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within matching outer cases, 56mm£100-150
277.    19th century silver pair cased fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked Birmingham 1875, movement no. 28791, matching outer cases, 52mm£60-100
278.    A.H Rodanet, Paris silver lever pocket watch, fine gilt frosted jewelled movement signed and numbered 61205, inscribed Cuvette no. 11631, the signed dial with black Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds within a plain outer case applied with gold hinges and engraved coronet initials to the back, 56mm£100-150
279.    Cyma gunmetal lever slim pocket watch, the dial branded H Marshall, Newry (Ireland), with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, 49mm (a.f)£20-40
280.    Silver English fusee verge pair cased pocket watch, hallmarked Birmingham 1818, the movement signed Willm Smith, Crowland (Lincs), the dial with black Arabic numerals within matching outer cases, 56mm£200-300
281.    English silver fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked Birmingham 1894, the gilt movement with gold timing screwed compensation balance, no. 25742, the dial with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engine turned case, 52mm£40-80
282.    Continental cylinder silver gilt and enamel fob watch, the white dial with Arabic numerals and gold Louis style hands, the blue enamel gold inlaid back set with pearls; together with an en-suite brooch, 28mm£30-60
283.    Silver fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked London 1872, the movement signed R. Wright, Manufacturer (Richard Wright 23 Mount Street, Chapelfields Coventry), no. 24502, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engine turned case, 52mm£60-100
284.    Early 19th century silver English fusee verge pair cased pocket watch, hallmarked Birmingham 1829, the movement signed Wm Marshall, London, no. 8333A, the dial with bold Roman numerals within matching outer cases, 58mm£200-300
285.    J.B. Dent & Sons silver engine turned barrel lever pocket watch, hallmarked Chester 1893, movement no. 33510, the signed dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, 52mm£50-80
286.    Alberta white metal lever pocket watch, the dial with Roman numerals and gilt dot markers with subsidiary seconds, the case back engraved with a huntsman with traces of original gilt overlay, circa 1880, 53mm£40-60
287.    Zenith white metal (0.800) lever pocket watch, gilt jewelled movement, no. 2733847, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and gold Louis hands within an engine turned case with gold plated decoration (rubbed), circa 1925, 49mm£100-150
288.    Longines metal (0.800) lever pocket watch, gilt three-quarter plate movement, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and gold Louis hands within an engine turned case, 50mm£80-120
289.    Waltham gold plated lever pocket watch, no. 13415200, the dial with black Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and gold Louis hands within a screw back case, 50mm£50-80
290.    Silver fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked London 1866, the movement signed W. Pearce, Stratford on Avon, no. 52968, the silvered engraved foliate dial applied with gilt Roman numerals within an engine turned case with engraved foliate bezels, 41mm£80-120
291.    Helvetia white metal (0.800) lever pocket watch, the gilt dial with black Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engine turned and gold plated case, 48mm£70-100
292.    Good Swiss 18ct minute repeating pocket watch, gilt three-quarter plate lever jewelled movement, the dial with black Roman numerals, blue steel hands and subsidiary seconds within a polished outer case, case no. 52075, 120.1gm, 53mm£1000-1500
293.    Silver fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked London 1885, the dial and movement signed D. McIntosh, Kingussie, no. 28095, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within a rubbed engine turned case, 49mm£50-80
294.    Silver fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked London 1846, the movement signed John Harrison, Liverpool, with Massey III escapement, Liverpool jewelled windows and decorative back plate, no. 31321, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within a rubbed outer case applied with gold hinges, 52mm£150-200
295.    Continental 18ct and enamel cylinder fob watch, the cuvette signed Perret Genau a Geneva, no. 5931, the white dial with Roman numerals and moon hands within a foliate enamelled case, 38mm (enamel a.f)£500-600
296.    Continental white metal fancy watch Albert with an integrated compass (glass a.f)£80-120
297.    Attractive 14ct graduated short watch chain, the fob set with green malachite, 12gm, 5" long£220-260
298.    Modern silver pendant watch signed Tusal, on a slender link necklet£10-20
299.    Swiss gun metal quarter repeating lever pocket watch, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds with gold Louis style hands, push-repeat button at the 3 o'clock position, 56mm; together with a red Morocco leather travel case£450-650
300.    Fine 18th century English Pinchbeck quarter repeating pair cased pocket watch, the fusee verge movement signed Charles Goode, London, with pierced balance cock, silver regulating dial and baluster pillars, plunge repeat striking on a bell to the inner case with silence lever, the pierced inner case decorated with foliate scrolls and a mask, the white dial with Roman numerals and gold beetle and poker hands within a matching pierced outer case, 58mm£2500-3500
301.    18th century English fusee verge quarter repeating gilt pair cased pocket watch, th movement signed Grinht, London, no. 584, with round pillars, pierced balance cock and silver regulating dial, plunge repeat striking on a bell to the inner pierced case decorated with foliate scrolls and an engraved mask, the dial with Roman numerals and gold Louis style hands within a pierced and engraved matching outer case, 48mm£2000-3000
302.    Silver cylinder engine turned fob watch with a silvered dial, 41mm; together with a Tavannes silver lever fob watch and a slender white metal guard chain£40-80
303.    18ct fusee lever chronograph pocket watch, hallmarked London 1860, three-quarter plate movement no. 54591, the two part white dial with centre seconds and Roman numerals, 103.4gm, 52mm (a.f)£600-800
304.    18k Continental cylinder engraved and engine turned fob watch, no. 6703, 34mm£240-280
305.    Attractive French 18k enamel cylinder hunter fob pocket watch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and gold moon hands, foliate enamel engraved case, 33mm£450-650
306.    Movado silver black enamelled self-winding purse watch, no. 212969, the square silvered dial with luminous Arabic numerals and green luminous hands, 47mm closed; together with a slender silver watch chain£280-320
307.    14k engine turned fob watch, 30mm£100-140
308.    19th century Continental 18k cylinder pocket watch, the silvered dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engine turned case, 42mm£320-380
309.    Modern Edelle gold plated fob watch, 36mm£25-35
310.    Dugena gold plated lever skeleton pocket watch, reference 3913, 43mm£140-180
311.    Omega white metal (0.800) lever pocket watch, circa 1943, gilt 15 jewel movement, no. 9889668, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and gold Louis hands within an engine turned gold plated case, 51mm£90-120
312.    Continental white metal (0.800) Polska Polish cylinder pocket watch, the white foliate dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and gold Louis hands within an engine turned and engraved case, 45mm£160-220
313.    Miliary issue silver lever pocket watch, hallmarked Birmingham 1915, the original dial and three-quarter plate gilt jewelled movement signed W Matthews, Holyhead Road, Coventry, no. 43606, the two part white dial with Roman numerals, blue steel hands and centre seconds, 53mm£400-600
314.    19th century 18ct fusee lever hunter pocket watch, hallmarked London 1834, the original dial and three-quarter plate gilt movement signed John Poole, 57 Fenchurch Street, London, no. 2085, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engine turned case engraved with a cartouche, 103.2gm, 51mm£700-1000
315.    Fancy link 9ct watch Albert, 10gm, 13.5" long £70-100
316.    Vertex Revue 18k lever dress pocket watch, 17 jewel movement, 30.9 gm, 41mm, original box£140-180
317.    Columbus Watch Co. American silver hunter lever pocket watch, movement no. 156778, lever set, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within a fine quality foliate engraved case decorated with a stag and applied with gold hinges, circa 1880, 55mm£150-250
318.    Silver figaro link watch Albert with T bar and swivel clasp£40-80
319.    Rolex Military issue nickel cased lever pocket watch, nickel finish jewel set movement, the black dial with white Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds with green luminous hands within a screw case, stamped with the Military broad arrow and numbered 420256, 54mm£200-300
320.    Silver fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked Chester 1896, the movement signed Paris Bernstein, Manchester, no. 16073, the dial branded "Improved Patent" with bold Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engine turned case applied with gold hinges, 58mm£60-100
321.    Silver fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked London 1854, no. 57997, 48mm£40-80
322.    Late 19th century silver spring barrel lever pocket watch, hallmarked Chester 1896, the gilt movement with reversing pinion, compensated balance and quadrant regulator, no. 193493, engine turned case, 54mm£40-80
323.    14k cylinder engraved fob watch, 32mm£60-100
324.    Waterbury silver duplex pocket watch, hallmarked Birmingham 1889, with Trump Series I three-quarter plate movement, the original dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within a red engine turned case, 52mm£40-80
325.    Swiss silver cylinder ball pendant watch, with an exhibition glazed back on a slender belcher chain, 28mm£50-80
326.    Attractive late 19th/20th century Swiss gold and rose cut diamond fob watch, gilt jewelled cylinder bar movement, the circular white dial with Roman numerals and outer Arabic five minute division numerals with gold Louis style hands, the bezel and back set with graduating bands of rose cut diamonds; together with a matching diamond set bow brooch, 20mm£1000-1500
327.    Silver fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked Chester 1884, the movement signed A & E Davies, Manchester, no. 60824, the two part white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within a rubbed engine turned case applied with gold hinges, 57mm£60-100
328.    Silver fusee verge pocket watch, hallmarked London 1829, the movement signed Bell, Uttoxeter, no. 6560, the enamel white dial with Roman numerals within a plain case, 51mm (lacking outer case)£60-100
329.    Limit lever GWR nickel cased railway pocket watch, 15 jewel movement, the dial with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, the screw back stamped GWR. R 0.2649, 54mm£140-180
330.    Rare Rolex Prince Imperial 9ct dress watch, the movement engraved 'features Rolex - hairspring observatory quality, timed six positions, seventeen rubies, Rolex patent cap protecting escapement, no. 1000133, signed brushed metal dial with subsidiary for time above constant seconds with black Arabic numerals and blue steel hands, slim 9ct irregular hexagonal case with small loop suspension, with import marks for Glasgow 1931, case reference no. 1586, 44mm x 38mm£3000-4000
331.    Novelty white metal pocket watch key in the form of a hoof, 58mm; together with a belcher link watch Albert with swivel clasp, 15" long£40-80
332.    Silver fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked London 1877, the movement and dial signed Wm Gadsby, Lincoln, no. 12372, the dial with bold Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within a rubbed engine turned case, 54mm£60-100
333.    Breguet & Fils quarter repeating calendar silver pocket watch, the signed gilt plate verge movement with silvered regulating dial and pierced balance bridge, the signed white enamel dial with Arabic numerals and inner date chapter ring with blue steel moon hands, engine turned case, 55mm
£800-1200
334.    Silver pair cased fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked Birmingham 1861, the movement signed G. Baskerville, Leek, no. 6739, the silvered engraved dial with subsidiary seconds, applied with gold Roman numerals and decorated with a gold foliate garland, matching outer cases, 55mm£100-150
335.    Silver fusee lever chronograph pocket watch, hallmarked London 1874, the three-quarter plate gilt movement signed Thor Adams, Wolverhampton, no. 2934, the two part white dial with centre seconds, Roman numerals and stop work, engine turned case, 51mm£80-120
336.    Mid 18th century fusee verge pocket watch movement, signed Charles Darell, London, no. 1144, with a pierced engraved balance cock and regulating dial over square baluster pillars, the enamel white dial with Roman numerals and outer Arabic five minute divisions with beetle and poker hands, 37mm (a.f)£50-80
337.    Ten assorted 19th century and later pocket watch keys£30-60
338.    Early 19th century silver pair cased fusee verge calendar pocket watch, hallmarked London 1817, the movement signed I. Roberts, Liverpool, no. 34196, engraved balance cock with ruby endstone and flat steel balance, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary date dial over constant seconds, matching outer cases, 63mm£200-300
339.    Silver pair cased fusee verge pocket watch, hallmarked Birmingham 1818, the movement signed Saml Ainge, Uppingham, AD 1820, the enamel white dial with Arabic numerals (a.f) within matching outer cases, 55mm£150-250
340.    Late 18th century gilt fusee verge pair cased pocket watch, the movement signed John Goater, Winton, no. 1637, with pierced engraved foliate balance cock, silver regulating dial and square baluster pillars, the enamel white dial with black Roman numerals and outer Arabic five minute divisions with steel beetle and poker hands, shagreen outer case (a.f), 52mm£250-350
341.    Silver curb watch Albert with T bar and swivel clasp; another silver link watch chain, silver engraved fob watch and a 14k Tavannes Watch Co. wire lug/fob watch (a.f) (4)£50-80
342.    9ct fancy link watch Albert with medallion fob, T bar and swivel clasp, 37.4gm£200-300
343.    Silver fusee verge pair case pocket watch, hallmarked Birmingham 1844, the movement signed W Kevitt, London, no. 8339, matching outer case, 58mm (lack bow pendant); together with a silver lever pocket watch (2) £60-100
344.    Good 18ct fusee lever half hunter pocket watch, hallmarked London 1862, the dial and movement signed James Murray, Royal Exchange, London, no. 5789, three-quarter plate movement with compensated balance, the white dial with Roman numerals, up/down dial over subsidiary constant seconds, inscribed cuvette, the hinged back engraved with a family crest, 87.2gm, 46mm£1000-1500
345.    Silver pair cased fusee verge pocket watch, hallmarked Birmingham 1827, the movement signed William Williams, Merthyr Tydfil, no. 20745, the dial with Roman numerals within matching outer cases, 57mm£150-250
346.    Early 19th century silver fusee verge hunter pocket watch, hallmarked London 1826, the movement signed Jas. Spencer, Bath, no. 1839, the dial with Roman numerals within a consular case, 56mm£80-120
347.    Damas Military issue lever nickel cased pocket watch; together with another similar Military issue pocket watch (2)£30-50
348.    Omega gold plated lever half hunter pocket watch, movement no. 6932662, the dial with black Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds branded Alfred Wolf, 81 Church Street, Liverpool, 52mm£100-150
349.    English lever gold plated pocket watch, movement no. 59985, Dennison case, 50mm£30-50
350.    American Waltham Traveler gold plated hunter pocket watch, movement no. 21731595, 50mm£50-80
351.    American Columbia lever engraved and engine turned hunter pocket watch, no. 4044019, 42mm£30-50
352.    American Waltham Tempus lever gold plated hunter pocket watch, 15 jewel movement, no. 21772387, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within a plain outer case, 51mm£60-100
353.    9ct lever pocket watch, the dial branded Astral, Coventry, engraved hinged back, 79.5gm, 49mm£150-200
354.    Silver fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked Chester 1891, the movement signed M. Levitus, Edinburgh, no. 80369, the silver engraved engine turned dial applied with gold Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within a rubbed engine turned heavy case, maker CH (possibly Charles Horner), 55mm£140-180
355.    Two silver cylinder engraved fob watches£35-55
356.    Silver barrel lever pocket watch, hallmarked Birmingham 1876, the dial and movement signed Saul Salkind, Norwich, no. 15098, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within a rubbed engine turned case, 52mm£80-120
357.    Swiss gold filled lever dress pocket watch, the silver engine turned dial applied with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 15 jewels, 48mm£40-80
358.    18ct fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked London 1866, the dial signed Myers, London, no. 11561, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within a rubbed engine turned case engraved with a coat of arms, 80.6gm, 47mm£500-800
359.    Quantity of mixed assorted lady's and gentleman's wristwatches£20-40
360.    Quantity of mixed assorted lady's and gentleman's wristwatches£20-40
360A.   Two similar Jaeger Le Coultre Military issue lever pocket watches; together with two other Military issue pocket watches (4) (a.f)£50-100
360B.   Swiss Goliath nickel cased pocket watch and a small selection of other pocket watches and watch parts etc.£20-60
360C.   Jaeger Le Coultre lever pocket watch movement (a.f); together with six various gentleman's wristwatches including a gold plated Bulova Accutron (7)£30-60
360D.   Bronze pocket watch display stand in the form of a snake; together with an Oriental brass pocket watch display stand decorated in relief with two dragons (2)£30-50
360E.   Treen floral marquetry pocket watch box inscribed 'Kannes'; together with three other pocket watch boxes (4)£30-50
360F.   Two gold plated lever pocket watches, gold plated hunter pocket watch, two other pocket watches, cased pocket pedometer and a Lanco mid-size wristwatch (7)£40-80
360G.   Two London fusee verge pocket watch movements, another verge movement and three others (6)£60-100
360H.   Two nickel cased Goliath pocket watches by Doxa and The Atlas Watch Co., mounted upon a green baize plaque bearing a share certificate for The Steamship "Chelydra" Limited company for one share dated November 1885, 9.5" x 18" £80-120
360J.   Swiss eight day Goliath nickel case pocket watch, 65mm; together with a Swiss travel clock in a folding leather case (2)£40-80
360K.   Box of miscellaneous pocket watch parts and accessories including a nickel Military issue pocket watch, decorative gilt enamel pocket watch, Camerer Cuss stopwatch, movements, cases etc.£50-80
360L.   Two fusee verge pocket watch movements by Goodall of London and Grayson of Henley (2) £50-80
360M.   Ten assorted English fusee lever pocket watch movements£60-100
360N.   Selection of English fusee lever pocket watch movements (10)£60-100
360P.   Omega 1940s stainless steel automatic bumper gentleman's wristwatch, no. 9881754 (a.f); Omega 1940s stainless steel lady's wristwatch, early 9ct lady's wristwatch and a small selection of sundry other watches (9)£50-100
360Q.   Collection of verge high dome pocket watch glasses of various sizes (62 approx)£60-100
360R.   Seven assorted 19th century and later silver pocket watch cases, two base metal pocket watch cases and a pocket watch bezel£120-180
360S.   Small box of assorted watch parts including pocket watch keys, movements, dials etc£20-40
360T.   Two large early tortoiseshell pocket watch outer cases, 18th century shagreen pocket watch outer case and three other cases (6)£120-180
360U.   Large quantity of lady's and gentlemen's assorted wristwatches £30-60
360V.   Figured wooden watch holder in the form of a miniature longcase clock, inset with an Ingersoll wristwatch, 9" high£40-60
360W.   Bag of assorted lady's and gentleman's wristwatches (9)£30-50
360X.   Two similar Rolex commemorative spoons 'Lugano' and 'Interlaken'; together with an Ingersoll pocket watch (3)£20-30
360Y.   Four wooden pocket watch display stands£20-40
360Z.   Five assorted pocket watches (a.f)£50-100
361.    Swiss calendar ball desk watch, the white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary month/day and date dials with constant seconds and inset moon phase, 64mm£140-180
362.    Bundle of fusee pocket watch chain£40-60
363.    Four gentleman's wristwatches and a small selection of wristwatch movements£25-45
364.    Silver hallmarked pocket watch display stand, hallmarked London 1968, 5" high; together with a Continental burrwood folding pocket watch display stand decorated with a swallow (2)£30-50
365.    Three 18th century fusee verge pocket watches in need of attention, including William Land of London, William Williams of Dublin and G Leekey of London (3)£80-150
366.    Silver pair cased fusee verge pocket watch signed William Turner, London, no. 8009 (a.f); together with an early silver pair cased fusee verge English pocket watch signed Geal, London, no. 694 (a.f) (2)£200-300
367.    Five assorted silver pocket watches including a niello hunter case pocket watch, engine turned half hunter pocket watch, chronograph pocket watch and two open face pocket watches (each a.f) (5)£60-100
368.    Swiss nickel case Goliath pocket watch, three other pocket watches and two pocket timers (6)£40-80
369.    Three Rolex Oyster case openers£40-60
370.    Silver fusee lever pocket watch, brass curb watch Albert, gold plated lever pocket watch, silver engraved fob watch, H. Samuel silver lever pocket watch, three pocket watch movements and two pocket watch keys (a.f)£60-100
371.    Good rococo ormolu cartel watch hanger cast with foliage and floral sprays, 10.25" high, mounted upon a shaped velvet lined back board£150-250
372.    French faience glaze watch stand, modelled flanked with two standing figures and decorated overall with flowers and foliage in shades in blue, iron reds, yellow and green, painted factory mark, 9.5" high£250-350
373.    Oak turned circular pocket watch stand and glass dome, applied with circular mother of pearl bosses, 6" high£40-80
374.    Four fusee verge pocket watch movements by Nichols of Canterbury, Cawley of Perth, Bransdown of Wallingford and Collier of London (4)£60-100
375.    Five 19th century Dublin lever pocket watch movements£60-100
376.    Swiss cylinder bar pocket watch movement signed Le Comie, Geneva; another small Continental slim pocket watch movement, Gruen lady's wristwatch movement and a circular pocket watch movement signed Breguet (4)£40-80
377.    Longines lever pocket watch movement and dial; together with nine other assorted wrist and pocket watch movements (10)£50-80
378.    Large quantity of early 20th century wristwatch movements (approx 30)£40-80
379.    Five various early Rolex wristwatch movements (a.f)£80-120
380.    Five assorted gentleman's wristwatches each appearing in good order£100-150
381.    Four assorted gentleman's wristwatches in working order including Timex, Citron and Olivia (4)£80-120
382.    Five assorted gentleman's wristwatches in good order including Sicura, Hedy, Felca, Thermidor and Geneva Super Automatic (5)£100-150
383.    Four assorted wristwatches including Timex, Josmar and Mustang (4)£80-120
384.    Four assorted gentleman's wristwatches including Time Tone, Sekonda, Camy and Speedace (4)£80-120
385.    Three early Rolex Oyster double-sided case openers and a small selection of sundry other watchmaker's tools£40-80
386.    Selection of wristwatches in need of repair including a Record stainless steel gentleman's Military wristwatch, Oris pocket watch, J.W Benson stainless steel wristwatch; together with a selection of other watch spares£40-80
387.    Small mahogany single drawer watchmaker's chest containing two tiers of stems in glazed storage jars, 9.75" wide£20-40
388.    Large quantity of sundry watch spares including pocket watch movements and accessories, Omega Precision watch glasses, two small chests of assorted spares etc£60-100
389.    Good selection of assorted watch spares including mainsprings, watch stems, balance staffs etc£40-80
390.    Selection of watch manuals, guides and parts booklets including Omega, Tissot, Seiko and others£20-40
391.    Large quantity of sundry wristwatch glasses£30-50
392.    Two Omega bench spring loaded watch opening tools together with a selection of Omega accessories; together with a Tissot Seastar VII case opening set£80-120
393.    Six matching aluminium finish wristwatch travel cases, each with black velvet lined interiors for four wristwatches, each 11" x 6" (6)£40-80
394.    Modern simulated burr walnut wristwatch travel case for twelve watches, 17" wide£30-50
395.    Clutton & Daniels - Watches, revised and enlarged third edition, 1979£30-50
396.    Griener Electronic Magnomatic demagnetiser; set of Favroite stakes, two turns, glassing tool and a boxed JKA-Feintaster micro-meter£60-100
397.    Wooden twelve drawer watchmaker's cabinet containing a large quantity of watch hands, movements, large quantity of stems etc, 12" wide£100-200
398.    Small plastic watchmaker's cabinet of drawers containing a quantity of wristwatch parts including Omega winding crowns, hands, balance wheels, stems, staffs etc£40-80
399.    'Saint Bride' Stove for forming fancy-shaped unbreakable watch glasses, reference 30236, boxed£30-50
400.    Small box of assorted sundry tools including turns, screw plates etc£30-50
400A.   Large quantity of assorted wristwatch movements, parts, case openers, tools etc£30-50
400B.   Quantity of assorted wristwatch glasses£20-40
400C.   Box of Pioneer watch hands for Geneva work gauged sockets; also a selection of watch balance wheels, staffs, mainsprings etc£40-80
400D.   Quantity of pocket and wristwatch glasses£30-50
400E.   Bleached mahogany watchmaker's tool chest with a small selection of sundry tools, the hinged top compartment over a panelled front enclosing a selection of drawers, 18" wide£50-80
400F.   Two boxed R.P.V watch glass cutting machines in original boxes£40-80
400G.   Two R.V.P watch glass cutting machines in original boxes£40-80
400H.   Ebonised glazed wooden watch cabinet with a single glazed door enclosing a hooked baize lined interior branded 'Watches Cleaned And Repaired', 15" wide, 20.5" high (a.f)£30-50
400J.   19th century mahogany six drawer watchmaker's chest containing a quantity of assorted watch parts, 13.5" high, 13.5" wide£50-80
400K.   Wooden graduated eight drawer watchmaker's chest containing a graduated selection of wrist and pocket watch glasses, 11.25" wide, 18" high£80-120
400L.   Rapport automatic electronic wristwatch winder in a brass four-glass case, 8" wide£50-80
400M.   Collection of interesting spare wristwatch movements including Girard-Perregaux, Longines, Eterna, ETA, Lemania and many others£50-150
400N.   Collection of assorted wristwatch movements and spares including Omega, Tissot, Valjoux, Enicar, Record and many others£50-150
400P.   Elma Transsonic 460/H ultrasonic cleaning tank£80-120
400Q.   Small box of assorted watch spares including a quantity of winding crowns, crystal glassing tool, straps, adhesives and oils, batteries etc£30-50
400R.   Quantity of watch parts including a selection of modern unused leather wristwatch straps, selection of gilt winding crowns, quantity of watch strap spring bars etc£40-80
400S.   Selection of watch accessories and parts including a boxed case opener, selection of modern and leather unused watch straps, sundry tools, watch glasses etc£40-80
401.    Large quantity of black slate and wooden mantel clock cases (16)£60-100
402.    Six various Napoleon hat mantel clocks (6)£40-80
403.    Eleven various 1930's wooden cased mantel clocks (11)£40-80
404.    Five various wooden cased mantel clocks in need of restoration (5)£30-60
405.    Five various wall clocks in need of restoration (5)£30-60
406.    Large quantity of mainly circular dials£20-40
407.    French two train movement stamped S. Marti, striking on a bell, the 5.75" white dial with recessed visible escapement; also a quantity of various other movements (15)£50-100
408.    Two train clock movement with 9.5" cream dial, in need of restoration; also several small Black Forest clocks, various clock parts etc£25-45
409.    Box of French and Vienna clock movements, gongs etc£50-100
410.    18" circular clock dial signed C.T. Cowell, Douglas; also a 16" circular painted dial with bezel and a 14" square painted longcase clock dial (3)£20-40
411.    Four various small mantel clocks in need of restoration (4)£25-45
412.    Two Comtoise wall clocks in need of restoration and assembly (2)£40-80
413.    Mahogany 14" fusee wall dial case£60-100
414.    Swiss giltwood cartel two train wall clock, the 7" replacement cream dial in need of painting, under a convex glass and within an ornate case carved with swags and flowering foliage, surmounted by a pierced ribbon cornice, 22" high
* This clock is accompanied by a photograph of the original damaged dial signed by Sven Wrange, Goteberg *£50-100
415.    Four various clock cases (4)£30-60
416.    Six various oak and walnut cased Westminster chiming clocks in need of restoration (6)£30-60
417.    Quantity of various size clock glasses£15-30
418.    Twelve various brass clock bezels and a small box of clock dials£30-60
419.    Two four hundred day clocks and several assorted clock movements£20-50
420.    Six various French circular mantel clock movements (forward dials) (6)£40-80
421.    Large box containing clock cases, movements and other clock spares£40-80
422.    Two incomplete Comtoise movements and a selection of various Comtoise movement parts£50-80
423.    Three various movements, longcase clock pendulum, two pendulum bobs and a false plate (7)£40-70
424.    Six various French circular mantel clock movements and dials (6)£60-100
425.    Seth Thomas 12" drop dial calendar clock, the principal dial over an 8.25" calendar dial marked for days of the month and with days of the week and month apertures (a.f), 28" high£80-120
426.    Interesting old Cenco Hivac vacuum pump with 1/8 H P motor and vacuum chamber, mounted upon an oak plinth, 18" long£20-50
427.    Double weight Vienna regulator movement; also a single weight Vienna regulator movement and another two train movement£20-40
428.    Single fusee brass night watchman's clock with 5" skeletonised dial within a plain dial surround, 8" diameter; also an ormolu two train mantel clock and a small mahogany mantel timepiece, both a.f (3)£40-80
429.    Marti ship's bulkhead timepiece, the 4.75" cream dial with slow/fast lever within a chrome case; also another ship's bulkhead timepiece with 5.75" white dial (2)£30-60
430.    Set of three rare mahogany cased "Illustrations of Descriptive Geometry" by G. Cussons of Manchester, with complex string arrangements, 22.75" wide x 15.25" high£120-180
431.    World War II trench periscope, within a dark green and black metal casing, bearing a metal plaque inscribed Periscope M6, Stock no. 7578357..., 11" high£40-80
432.    Edward Massey's new Frictionless propeller log contained within a fitted wooden box, 21.5" long£35-65
433.    Richards' Improved Patent Steam-Engine indicator, the brass apparatus described Elliott Brothers London, no. 1225, within a fitted square case £50-100
434.    Phillips' Planisphere, showing the principal stars visible for every hour in the year, with explanation verso, 10.25" diameter£40-80
435.    Large demonstration brass model of an escapement, supported upon an elm plinth, 10.25" long£50-100
436.    Two portico mantel clock cases and a mahogany 12" wall dial case (3)£40-80
437.    Antique painted hooded wall clock case with aperture for a 6.25" x 4.25" movement, 15.5" high overall£40-80
438.    Good working pinion mill, accepts 8mm collets, complete with drawer bar, collet and division plate, 10.25" wide
£60-90
439.    Mahogany clock bracket inlaid with foliate brass motifs, 16.5" wide£50-80
440.    Rosewood clock bracket inlaid with brass lines, 12.5" wide£50-80
441.    Large mahogany bombe clock bracket with fluted carved foot, 17.75" wide£60-100
442.    Ebonised and gilt metal mounted clock bracket, 14.25" wide£50-80
443.    Two similar five drawer clock and watchmakers' wooden cabinets, 16.25" wide (2)£20-40
444.    Table polyphon with twelve 15.75" discs (in need of restoration)£250-350
445.    Two fusee dial clock movements and an 8" brass dial clock bezel blank (3)£80-120
446.    Rare mahogany single fusee 12" wall dial, indistinctly signed Ban... (in need of restoration and assembly)£150-250
447.    Large quantity of assorted small mantel and alarm clocks£30-60
448.    Box of various spring driven movements£20-50
449.    Box of various French clock movements£120-160
450.    Wooden box containing various clock weights (approx 18)£30-50
451.    Two brass carriage clocks in need of rebuilding; also four other various clocks (6)£25-45
452.    Big Ben clock picture with two train musical movement, 19" x 14", within a gilded wooden frame£50-80
453.    Mahogany two train mantel clock, the Gustav Becker movement striking and playing on five rods, within an arched bevelled glazed and foliate inlaid case surmounted by a bell top, 18" high
* This clock lacks the dial plate and chapter ring *£60-100
454.    Circular glass dome, 10.75" high x 5.5" diameter; also a small oval glass dome, 7.75" high (2)£10-20
455.    Circular glass dome upon a turned ebony base, 8.5" diameter, 16" high overall£20-40
456.    Large circular glass dome, 9.25" diameter, 19.5" high overall, upon a turned wooden base with triple bun feet; also another oval glass dome, the base 11.5" wide, 13.5" high overall upon an ebonised base (2)£20-40
457.    Large circular glass dome, 27" high x 13" diameter; also a small circular glass dome (2)
LARGE DOME 27" X 13" not 30" as in catalogue£25-50
458.    Oval glass dome with ebony stand; also three various glass domes (4)£30-60
459.    Good musical automaton picture clock painted in oils with a Church, clock tower, windmill and waterwheel within a rural landscape, 18" x 22"£500-750
460.    French mahogany two train brass inlaid mantel clock; also an ebonised and Boulle work French mantel timepiece (both a.f) (2)£25-45
461.    Fine and interesting brass telegraph machine inscribed Telephones Le Las, 131, Rue de Vaugirard, Paris, no. 5039, with two reels, mounted upon a rectangular satinwood base and contained within an outer iron bound case with leather carrying strap, 14.25" wide overall; also a mahogany cased indicating machine with 3.25" white dial with numerical and alphabetical markers, upon a rectangular plinth branded Telegraphe Sonnerie, 7.25" high (2)£100-200
462.    British American Optical Co. 'Model 5400' complicated optical cutting machine, within a blackened metal casing, 10.5" high£30-60
463.    Two Meyer watchman's recording clocks within leather cases£20-40
464.    Two Blick watchman's recording clocks within leather cases£20-40
465.    Rare Waterbury brass ship's bulkhead two train wall clock, the 4" silvered dial signed Waterbury and inscribed jewelled movement within a canted turned surround£150-250
466.    Rare Japanese Seikosha ship's brass bulkhead wall timepiece, the 6" brass dial inscribed with the maker's logo and no. 9082, with subsidiary seconds dial, within a chrome hinged bezel£150-250
467.    Rare Seth Thomas ship's bulkhead two train wall clock, the 5.25" silvered dial signed Seth Thomas U.S.A. Pat. Nov. 4th 1879, M. Moore. Dublin Belfast, with subsidiary seconds dial, in a white metal casing over a large brass bell, manufacturer's paper label verso, 11" high overall£200-400
468.    Double fusee bracket clock movement, the back plate signed W. Barriscale Cork, striking on a bell, with 8" white circular dial£250-350
469.    Circular single fusee movement with lever platform escapement, maintaining power and passing strike, 6" wide£150-250
470.    Brass double fusee movement with anchor escapement, striking on a bell, shaped plates, 7" high£200-300
471.    Unusual brass weight driven timepiece movement, the 8.25" dial signed Cox-Walker Ltd, Darlington£100-150
472.    Postman's alarm clock with W. & H. movement in need of assembly£50-80
473.    Schutz A-frame movement, French circular movement, Continental verge movement and French eight day movement (4)£60-90
474.    Dutch ebonised hooded wall clock bracket, 30" high£50-80
475.    Mahogany clock bracket with C-scroll carved support, 14" wide; also a smaller oak clock bracket, 10.5" wide (2)£30-60
476.    Brass 12" eight day longcase clock arched dial, signed John Dent, London on a boss to the arch over a brass chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture; also an eight day longcase clock movement, various pendulum bobs, bells and other parts etc£120-180
477.    French ebonised and gilded two train vineyard wall clock, the 8.75" wooden dial with Roman enamel cartouche numerals, within an ornate gilt oval surround moulded in relief with scrolling foliage and flowerheads, 21" high (in need of restoration and assembly)£30-60
478.    Oak cased table top clocking-in machine, the 4.25" cream dial inscribed National Time Recorder Co. Limited, St Mary Cray, Kent, within a rectangular stepped case, 13" high£30-60
479.    Small contemporary cuckoo clock within a chalet case, 7" high; also a small gilded clock bracket, 6.25" wide (2)£20-40
480.    Large oak clock bracket, the shaped side supports carved with harebells and enclosing a cabouchon crest, 16" wide x 16" high£80-120
481.    Mahogany lantern clock bracket carved with acanthus leaves, 12" wide x 22.5" high£60-90
482.    Mahogany clock bracket with rounded edges, 16.5" wide x 13.5" high£50-80
483.    Narrow oak lantern clock bracket, 9" wide x 26" high£30-50
484.    Mahogany display cabinet with glazed arched door and wavy moulded base, 35" high£60-100
485.    Box of various different clocks in need of restoration and a quantity of clock parts£50-100
486.    Eleven various travelling carriage clock cases, four other jewellery/clock cases, an old camera and a circular leather case (17)£30-60
487.    Twelve various size travelling carriage clock cases (12)£40-80
488.    Twelve various size travelling carriage clock cases (12)£40-80
489.    Six various travelling chronometer guard cases (6)£30-60
490.    Six various wooden travelling chronometer guard cases (6)£40-80
491.    Four good mahogany travelling chronometer guard cases (4)£60-100
492.    Large rectangular brass bound glazed clock cover, 20.75" high; also a Perspex rectangular clock cover, 19.75" high (2)£25-45
493.    Three various glass domes, one 19" high and two 18.5" high respectively (3)£60-90
494.    Large circular glass dome, 22" high and another circular glass dome, 17" high (2)£25-45
495.    Three various oval glass domes, 23" high, 22" high and 18" high respectively (3)£60-90
496.    Two circular glass domes, 17" high and 15.5" high; also a small glass dome, 9.5" high (3)£20-40
497.    Good mahogany carved clock bracket, 14.75" wide; also five various other clock brackets (6)£60-100
498.    Large ebonised clock bracket, 18.25" wide; also two smaller ebonised clock brackets (3)£40-80
499.    Twenty various size clock and dome stands (20)£40-80
500.    Twelve various size clock and dome stands (12)£30-60
500A.   George I bronze green patinated sundial by Nathaniel Witham, the 17.75" dial inscribed Witham Londini Fecit, with foliate pierced knomen supported upon an associated carved stone capital base with four concave sides, 35" high overall
*This sundial was presented to the vendor's uncle, Dr Frank Cyril James Principal Vice Chancellor of the McGill University of Montreal, by an Oxford College in 1962 to commemorate his retirement after twenty-three years*
£1000-1500
501.    French ormolu two train mantel clock in need of assembly, with S. Marti movement and 3" silvered dial£50-80
502.    Box of twenty-four various platform escapements (24)£70-100
503.    Good French two train movement stamped Miroy, Paris, striking on a bell, the 5.5" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement; also the companion calendar and moon phase movement with subsidiary dials indicating date, day of the week and month£350-450
504.    Brass and steel 8mm compound slide rest£25-45
505.    Robur 'Assortiment De Tasseaux', complete set contained within the original fitted wooden box£40-80
506.    Lorch 6mm watchmaker's lathe, within a mahogany case with an extensive range of attachments, 13.5" wide£200-300
507.    Lorch 6mm watchmaker's lathe, within an oak case with an extensive range of attachments, 13.25" wide£200-300
508.    6mm watchmaker's lathe with twenty-four collets, mounted on a rectangular wooden board, 18" wide£60-100
509.    Lorch hand flywheel for a watchmaker's lathe£20-40
510.    K. W. M. bushing tool mounted on a rectangular wooden base, complete with reams, pushers, anvils and a chuck key£200-300
511.    Various clock parts and a part movement within a wooden box£25-45
512.    Box of various clock gongs and bells£25-45
513.    Large quantity of assorted clock bells (approx 50)£40-80
514.    Box of various alarm and travelling clocks etc£20-50
515.    Large quantity of brass spandrels, capitals and other clock fittings£40-80
516.    German oak ting-tang mantel clock with W. & H. movement and brass dial (in need of assembly)£100-150
517.    Box of various French clock bezels and dials etc£30-60
518.    Antique lantern clock in need of rebuilding; also a box of various lantern clock parts£100-200
519.    Box of convex clock glasses (approx 65)£40-80
520.    Large quantity of turned wooden clock finials (approximately 100) £60-100
521.    Large quantity of gold and gold coloured rimmed spectacles and a quantity of optician's tools£30-60
522.    Boley staking set, within a square wooden box; together with other clock parts and spares including weights and bells etc£50-80
523.    Box of various clock movements, part movements, two stands and an ormolu and ebony bracket etc£30-60
524.    Quantity of clock and watch tools including staking sets etc£50-100
525.    Quantity of watchmaker's hand tools and a quantity of engineering tools; including an 8mm lathe check, collets and dial indicators etc£60-100
526.    Quantity of turned wooden clock fittings including finials, pendulums etc£30-60
527.    Large quantity of pierced metal spandrels, crestings and other clock mounts£40-80
528.    Quantity of clock fittings including pendulums, bells and finials etc£40-80
529.    Large box of various dials, brackets and clock fittings etc£30-60
530.    Box of various clock case parts and fittings including Vienna wall clock pediments and turned finials etc£30-60
531.    Large box of keys, pendulums and other clock spares including a collection of car clock movements and a quantity of associated platform escapements etc.£50-100
532.    Box of keys, pendulum and other clock spares etc£40-80
533.    Box of longcase movement parts; also a small box of brass fusee conical spools and a part movement £50-100
534.    Brass and alabaster mantel timepiece in need of rebuilding etc£40-60
535.    Emco Unimat 3 electric lathe, complete with various lathe tools contained within two boxes£30-60
536.    Box of various small mantel clocks£30-60
537.    French Vincenti two train clock movement, with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the 5.75" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement£70-100
538.    Small quantity of fusee chains£45-75
539.    Large cast iron clock winder upon a wooden rectangular plinth, 13.5" long overall; also two small watch winders (3)£30-60
540.    Bulbous shaped weather glass, 10" long£20-40
541.    Small round single fusee movement inscribed Handley, 4.5" diameter with pendulum£150-250
542.    English brass 6" arched lantern clock dial signed Godden, Malling to the arch; also another small English brass 4" arched lantern clock dial signed William Kipling, London on a boss to the arch over a foliate engraved plate and matted centre (2)£100-150
543.    Good brass 5" disc pendulum, two other pendulums and a small quantity of clock keys£30-60
544.    Clockmaker's brass centre setting clamp upon a fitted wooden board, 12" wide (max)£30-60
545.    Box of various pendulums (approximately 15)£30-60
546.    Fine oxidised brass level by John Archbutt & Sons, London, no. 404, within a fitted mahogany case, 19.5" wide overall£150-250
547.    Small horological balance, the scale and platform upon a rectangular metal base supported upon four turned brass feet, within a mahogany box; also a German circular measuring gauge inscribed Mader's Federmaass, within a square box (2)£40-80
548.    Mahogany fitted box containing various optical lenses etc; also a microscope frame£30-60
549.    Twelve various clock weights (12)£30-60
550.    Two pairs of Vienna clock weights (4)£20-40
551.    Two pairs of Vienna clock weights (4)£20-40
552.    Bag of assorted mantel clock pendulums£20-40
553.    Bag of assorted mantel clock pendulums£20-40
554.    Bag of assorted mantel clock pendulums£20-40
555.    Bag of assorted mantel clock pendulums£20-40
556.    Quantity of large brass pendulums and pendulum bobs etc£50-100
557.    Large quantity of longcase clock and regulator pendulums etc£100-200
558.    Large quantity of longcase and regulator pendulums etc£100-200
559.    Cased Jacot tool and a box of sundry other tools£20-40
560.    Good Boley watchmaker's lathe, boxed with a large selection of accessories£200-400
560A.   Six new boxed lever platform escapements£30-50
560B.   Collection of platform escapements (some a.f)£40-80
560C.   Two cased Jacot tools£40-80
560D.   Good Boley 6mm watchmaker's lathe complete with accessories£200-300
561.    Large quantity of standard horological reference books (20)£20-40
562.    Britten's - Old Clocks and Watches and Their Makers, seventh edition, published 1956; also various other standard horological reference books, catalogues and pamphlets (23)£20-40
563.    Brian Loomes - The White Dial Clock; Alan and Rita Shenton - The Price Guide to Clocks; also various other standard horological books and pamphlets (17)£20-40
564.    Quantity of Antiquarian Horology magazines (60 approx)£10-20
565.    Gerd Bender - Die Uhrenmacher des Hohen Schwarzwaldes und Ihre Werke; Sotheby, Park & Bernet - Mentmore, Works of Art and Silver, volume II and eleven other standard horological reference books; also a small selection of books concerning watches and watch repairing (22)£40-80
566.    Tallis - Music Boxes (1971); Givens - Rebuilding the Player Piano (1963), three other books on mechanical music and approximately twenty-seven copies of Music Box magazines£20-40
567.    Box of clock and watch horological auction catalogues£25-45
568.    Set of ten bound volumes of Clocks Magazine, V1:2, Aug 1979 to V10:11, May 1988£30-60
569.    Niehuser - French Bronze Clocks (1999); Ball - American Shelf and Wall Clocks (1992) and Smith - International Dictionary of Clocks (3)£25-45
570.    Leopold - The Almanus Manuscript (1971); Britten - Old English Clocks (1980); Cescinsky - English Domestic Clocks (1976) and Clutton - Clocks and Watches (1975) (4)£20-40
571.    Pippa - Masterpieces of Watchmaking (1966); Jagger - Artistry of the English Watch (1988) and Randall - Catalogue of Watches in the British Museum, VI (1990) (3)£25-45
572.    Jagger - Royal Clocks (1983); Clutton - Clocks and Watches (1980); Bruton - Wetherfield Collection of Clocks (1981) and Royer-Collard - Skeleton Clocks (1969) (4)£40-80
573.    Hurcomb - Wetherfield Collection of Clocks, 2nd edition (1929); Lloyd - Collector's Dictionary of Clocks (1964); Bruton - History of Clocks and Watches (1989) and Tyler - Clocks & Watches (1975) (4)£25-45
574.    Jaquet - Technique and History of the Swiss Watch (1970); Tait - Catalogue of Watches in the British Museum, I (1975); Chapius - History of the Self-Winding Watch (1956) and Jagger - Paul Philip Barraud (1967) (4)£20-40
575.    Bailey - Two Hundred Years of American Clocks & Watches (1975); Nutting - The Clock Book (1935); Eckhardt - Pennsylvania Clocks and Clockmakers (1955); Robert - Jonathan Clark Brown (1988); Waterbury Clocks (1893) (catalogue reprint) (5)£25-45
576.    Mercer - Mercer Chronometers (1978) and four others (5)£20-40
577.    Shenton - Pocket Watches, 19th and 20th Century (1995); Stern - Patek Philippe (nd); Clutton - Collectors Collection (1974) and Mercer - Chronometer Makers (1991) (3)£25-45
578.    Ortenburger - Black Forest Clocks (1991); Ortenburger - Vienna Regulators and Factory Clocks (1990); Pearsall - Clocks & Watches (1997) and Hunter - Clocks (1991) (4)£30-60
579.    Claterbos - Viennese Clockmakers...' (1979); Bird - English House Clocks 1600-1850 (1977) and Beeson - Perpignon 1356 (1982) (3)£30-60
580.    Snell - Clocks and Clockmakers of Salisbury (1986); Potts - Potts of Leeds (2006); Beeson - Clockmaking in Oxfordshire (1989) and Wilbourn - Lincolnshire Clock, Watch and Barometer Makers (2001) (4)£40-80
581.    Clutton & Daniel - Watches (1979); Balfour - The Classic Watch (1996) and Blair - Bulova Accutron Story (1999) (3)£20-40
582.    Weiss Stauffacher - The Marvellous World Music Machines (1976); Ord-Hume - The Musical Box (1995); Ord Hume - Clockwork Music (1973) and Mayson - Mechanical Singing-bird Tabatiers (2000) (4)£25-45
583.    Cardinal - The Watch from its Origins to the XIXth Century (1985); Huber - Patek Philippe (1988); Lippincott - The Story of Time (ca. 1995) and Guye - Time and Space (1971) (4)£25-45
584.    Baillie - Watches, their History, Decoration and Mechanism (1979); Christianson - Timepieces, Masterpieces of Chronometry (2002) and Harris - Old Watches (1978) (3)£20-40
585.    Smith - Repairing Antique Clocks (1973); Smith - Restoring Grandfather Clocks (1995) and five others (7)£25-45
586.    Jagger - The World's Great Clocks & Watches (1986); Good - Victorian Clocks (1996); Hering - Lure of the Clock (1963); Barker - Arthur Negas Guide to English Clocks (1980) and three others (7)£20-40
587.    Tyler - European Clocks (1968); Britten - Horological Hints (1977); Gazelle - Watch and Clock Making... (1976) and four others (7)£20-40
588.    Mercer - Edward John Dent (1977) and Smith - Clocks and Watches (1975) (2)£30-60
589.    Gould - Marine Chronometer (1971); Drummond Robertson - The Evolution of Clockwork (1931) and two others (4)£35-65
590.    Britten - Former Clock and Watchmakers and their Work, first edition (1894) and five others (6)£30-60
591.    Cutmore - Pocket Watch Handbook (1976) and six other books on watches (7)£25-45
592.    Bassermann-Jordan - Book of Old Clocks and Watches (1964): Thorpe - The French Marble Clock (1990) and Tribe - Dorset Clocks... (1981) (3)£25-45
593.    Uresova - European Clocks (1986); Loomes - Westmoreland Clocks... (1974) and five others (7)£25-45
594.    DeCarle - Complicated Watches and Their Repair, first edition (1956) and thirteen other books on watches (14)£35-65
595.    Fennell - List of Irish Watch and Clock Makers (1963); Williard - Simon Williard and his Clocks and seven others (9)£25-45
596.    Quantity of standard horological reference books and pamphlets£30-60
597.    Quantity of antique collecting magazines from the period 1986-1991 (42); also a box of miscellaneous antique magazines containing various horological articles£25-45
598.    Near complete run (1997-2008) of Christie's Auction House horological catalogues including duplicates; also a hardback copy of the Von Rothschild Christie's auction held on Thursday 8th July 1999, catalogue of the Antelis auction and the Samuel Messer collection£100-200
599.    Collection of standard horological reference books£50-100
600.    No Lot
601.    Carriage striking timepiece with alarm, miniature carriage timepiece, another carriage timepiece; also a collection of carriage clock spares including case parts, dials, glass and platform escapements etc£250-350
602.    French repeater carriage clock in need of rebuilding, with 4" x 3" white dial, brass case and double ogee base£60-90
603.    Giant gilded carriage clock case with 4.5" square aperture, 9.75" high£50-100
604.    Carriage alarm timepiece, with bell fitted under the base, within a brass corniche case, 5.75" high£50-80
605.    Carriage timepiece within a corniche brass case, 5.5" high£30-50
606.    Carriage timepiece within a corniche brass case, 5.75" high£40-60
607.    Brass carriage timepiece, the back plate stamped R & Co, made in Paris, the cream dial within a corniche brass case with punched decoration, 5.75" high£40-60
608.    Carriage timepiece within a corniche brass case, 6" high£40-60
609.    Miniature carriage timepiece, the back plate stamped M. Norman, London, no. 1742, the white dial also signed and within a brass corniche case, 3.25" high£50-80
610.    Oval carriage timepiece, the engraved silvered dial plate within a brass case, 4.25" high£60-100
611.    Oval carriage timepiece, the dial plate and dial signed L'Epee, within a brass case, 4.5" high£60-100
612.    Carriage timepiece within a corniche brass case, 5.5" high£30-50
613.    Miniature French brass cased carriage timepiece, 3.5" high, within a Morocco travelling case (a.f)£60-100
614.    Carriage timepiece within a brass corniche case, 6" high£30-50
615.    Small carriage timepiece, the 1.5" circular white dial within a gilded mask and corniche brass case, 4.5" high£100-150
616.    Alarm carriage timepiece, the back plate stamped Matthew Norman, London, no. 10754A, the 1.75" white dial over a subsidiary alarm dial and within a gilt mask and corniche brass case, 5.75" high£80-140
617.    Oval carriage timepiece, the 1.75" cream convex dial within a gilt mask and brass case, 5" high£100-150
618.    Decorative carriage timepiece, the 1.75" cream chapter ring within a gilt mask overlaid with pierced flowerheads and scrolling foliage, within an ornate pillared case, 6.5" high£150-200
619.    Decorative carriage timepiece, the white dial within an ornate pillared case decorated with floral diaper bands, 6.25" high£120-160
620.    Decorative carriage timepiece, the white dial within a pillared case with floral diaper bands, 6.25" high£120-160
621.    Carriage timepiece, the 1.75" cream chapter ring within a gilt mask and Anglaise brass case, 6" high£80-120
622.    Brass alarm carriage clock within a corniche case, 7.5" high£100-150
623.    English carriage clock striking on a bell, the dial signed Taylor & Bligh, England, within a brass corniche case, 7" high£150-200
624.    Carriage timepiece, the 1.75" cream chapter ring enclosing a gilded centre and within a gilt mask and ornate foliate decorated brass case, 5.5" high£100-150
625.    Contemporary miniature carriage timepiece, within a stepped brass case, 4.5" high£100-150
626.    Brass carriage timepiece, the dial signed R.J. Botley, Burnham, within a corniche case, 7.25" high£100-150
627.    Good carriage timepiece, the back plate stamped Matthew Norman, London, no. 1754, the white dial within an Anglaise Riche style case, 6" high£200-300
628.    Large repeater carriage clock, the back plate signed Matthew Norman, London, no. 1751A, the white dial also signed and within a corniche brass case, 7" high£200-300
629.    French brass drumhead timepiece, the movement with platform escapement, the 3.5" silvered chapter ring enclosing a foliate pierced centre, within a pillared open case surmounted by a carrying handle, 9.25" high£280-380
630.    Miniature carriage timepiece within a corniche brass case, 4.25" high£200-250
631.    Good striking carriage clock, the back plate bearing the Richard & Co maker's logo, the white enamel dial signed Furbers & Son, Cheltenham, within a gilded brass pillared case, 6.75" high£300-400
632.    Decorative carriage clock striking on a gong, the 1.5" white dial within a gilt mask overlaid with pierced foliate decoration and within a stepped case with Corinthian columns, 6.75" high£350-550
633.    Good ornate carriage timepiece, the back plate bearing the Richard & Co maker's logo, the 1.75" silvered chapter ring enclosing a C-scroll gilded centre and within a gilt mask, the case with champleve and pierced foliate panels, 5.75" high£400-600
634.    Carriage alarm clock striking on a bell, the principal dial and alarm dial within a bevelled glazed and corniche brass case, 7" high (a.f)£300-400
635.    Repeater carriage alarm clock, the back plate bearing the L'Epee trademark logo, the movement striking on a gong, the 2.25" principal white dial over a subsidiary alarm dial and within a foliate engraved gilt mask within a gorge case, 7.25" high£300-500
636.    Good large repeater carriage clock, the white dial within an unusual gorge style pillared brass case with bowed sides, 8.25" high£450-650
637.    Good repeater/alarm carriage clock, the back plate bearing the Drocourt trademark stamp, striking and repeating on a gong, the white dial over a subsidiary alarm dial and within a gorge brass case, 6.75" high£450-650
638.    Good Arts & Crafts decorative repeater carriage clock, the back plate stamped with a patent logo and no. 2039, striking on a gong, the 2.25" octagonal silvered chapter ring signed Goldsmiths Company 112 Regent St London, Paris enclosing pierced decoration depicting a bushy tailed animal amidst fruiting foliage, with further pierced foliate decoration outside the chapter ring and within a fluted pillared stepped case, 7.75" high£450-650
639.    Austrian brass Grand Sonnerie carriage clock, the movement striking on a bell fitted to the base, the principal dial signed AD. Uhilig in Wien, over subsidiary calendar and alarm dials, within a shaped brass case with canted pillar corners, 7" high
*The strike trains are missing from the movement*£600-800
640.    Interesting and unusual repeating alarm carriage clock, striking on the quarters with three differing chimes and on a bell recessed to the base, the principal dial over a subsidiary alarm dial and within a bevelled glass and gilded brass stepped case with canted corners, 5" high, within a Morocco travelling case£700-1000
641.    Unusual giant brass striking carriage clock, the movement with English lever escapement striking on a gong, the 3.75" cream chapter ring enclosing a recessed gilded centre with the visible escapement, within a stepped English case, 10" high£550-750
642.    Silver plated carriage timepiece in a corniche case, 6" high£100-150
643.    Good oval carriage alarm clock striking on a bell beneath the base, the principal 1.75" cream dial over a subsidiary dial within a gilt mask and oval brass glazed case, 6.25" high£350-550
644.    Silver plated carriage timepiece, the white dial with Roman numerals within a Corinthian style pillared case, 7" high£100-150
645.    20th century Charles Frodsham double fusee brass carriage clock, the movement striking on a bell over the foliate engraved plate signed Charles Frodsham, London, the 1.75" chapter ring within a gilt mask engraved with flowerheads, foliage and a basket of flowers, within a turned pillared ornate case, 7" high£500-800
650.    Early 20th century German porcelain mantel clock, the 2" circular gilt dial within a shaped foliate case encrusted with flowers and surmounted by a mother and child, 11" high; together with a porcelain blue glaze balloon clock case transfer printed with flowers, 5.5" high (2)£60-100
651.    Sedan timepiece, the back plate inscribed John Walker, 15 jewels, Swiss made, no. 1205, the 5" convex white enamel dial within an ebony rectangular case with cast bezel and ormolu spandrel rosettes, 7.75" high£70-100
652.    Brass two train drumhead mantel clock, the movement stamped G. V., striking on a bell, the 3.75" white dial surmounted by a loop handle; also a similar smaller timepiece with platform escapement (2)£40-60
653.    Small Black Forest cuckoo timepiece, the 2.25" dial within a chalet carved case surmounted by a stag's head, 7.25" high£120-180
654.    Travelling easel alarm timepiece, the 2.25" white dial within a red leather case, 4.75" high; also another travelling alarm timepiece (2)£15-30
655.    Small Cartier quartz travel alarm clock, the 2.25" square dial within a brass and blue enamel easel case stamped Cartier, Paris, 4" high, within original box£200-300
656.    Small gilded metal strut type eight day timepiece, the 2" white enamelled dial with blue Roman enamel numerals within a pierced architectural case surmounted by a rounded arch and two cherubs, 5.25" high£100-150
657.    Swiss brass desk timepiece, the 2" silvered square dial signed Angelus with date aperture, within a cubed brass case with thermometer, barometer, and hydrometer dials, supported upon a circular stepped pedestal base and surmounted by a 2" diameter silvered compass dial, 4" high£60-100
658.    Small mahogany single fusee 5.5" wall dial signed Dalgety, Greenwich, within a brass bezel and turned surround£1200-1800
659.    Interesting Japanese tortoiseshell and gilt metal shaku dokei wall clock, with passing strike on a bell, the movement contained within a foliate pierced brass case with four baluster turned pillars over the tortoiseshell veneered trunk fitted with a time scale board, 18.75" high£1500-2500
660.    Interesting Japanese brass wall alarm timepiece, the 3.5" black chapter ring inscribed with Japanese numerals and enclosing a central alarm indicator, within a rectangular boxed shaped case surmounted by a large bell, 10.5" high overall£400-800
661.    Unusual French fusee brass ship's bulkhead clock, with English lever platform escapement, the 4" silvered dial inscribed Marine Nationale, J. Auricoste, 10 Rue la Boetie, Paris, mounted upon a mahogany circular board£200-300
662.    Brass table clock, the timepiece movement with platform escapement, the 3.75" cream dial within an hexagonal bevelled glazed case supported upon bun feet and wooden base, 5.5" high£300-500
663.    Unusual miniature Vienna wall clock with watch movement signed Joseph Rose, London, no. 2857, within an arched oak case, 8.75" high£40-80
664.    Small ebonised Vienna wall timepiece, the 3" white dial within a glazed case carved with stylised flowerheads and foliate motifs and surmounted by a moulded arched cornice, 17.25" high£120-180
665.    English ebonised double fusee bracket clock, the five pillar movement with foliate engraved back plate, the 7.5" x 6.5" brass dial signed John Flower, London on a silvered plate to the top flanked by two subsidiary seconds and strike/silent dials over a silvered chapter ring enclosing a calendar aperture and matted centre, within a stepped case surmounted by a caddy top and brass carrying handle, 17" high£2000-3000
666.    Black slate single fusee timepiece in the Egyptian taste, the back plate signed R. Rolfel, 8 Gloucester St, Clerkenwell, London, the 5.5" gilded dial engraved with Egyptian bird figures, within a pillared case decorated with Egyptian figures and hieroglyphics over the stepped base with two bronze sphinx and surmounted by a larger sphinx, 19" high
**This clock is in need of rebuilding and is sold with a magazine article about the Victorian archaeologist Austen Henry Layard who discovered Kalhu, the 9th century capital of the Assyrian empire that inspired the bronze stone lion mounts which decorate this clock**

£100-150
667.    Good early hoop and spike wall clock, the 8.75" square brass dial signed Thomas Dadswell, Burwash on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre and single steel hand, the birdcage movement with outside countwheel£800-1200
668.    Good brass congreve style single fusee rolling ball clock, with three silvered chapter rings supported upon circular tapering ring columns and green rectangular marble base, under a glass dome, 13.75" high overall£800-1000
669.    Mahogany double fusee bracket clock, the movement with pull repeat striking on a bell, the 8" convex cream dial within a rounded arched case inlaid with geometric brass motifs and surmounted by a square stepped caddy top and brass pineapple finial, 21.5" high£1000-1400
670.    French brass four glass two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a bell, the 4.25" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement, within a bevel glazed stepped case, 13.5" high; also another French movement (2)£100-200
671.    French brass exhibition skeleton clock with alarm signed Pierret a Paris on the back plate, the 2.25" chapter ring also signed and enclosing a subsidiary alarm dial over arched supports upon an ebonised stand and under a glass dome, 9.75" high overall£200-300
672.    Miniature Austrian porcelain wall clock with 2.25" enamel dial, 4.5" high; also a small porcelain clock case with aperture for a 2.25" circular dial, encrusted with flowers, 5" high and a gilt brass harp shaped watch stand, 8.5" high (3)£150-250
673.    Brass cylindrical ticket clock, 6.75" high£25-45
674.    Brass and blue painted cylindrical stepped ticket clock, 5.5" high£30-50
675.    Small chrome case circular ticket clock, 6" high£30-50
676.    Interesting and unusual brass drumhead world time clock, the 5.75" white dial with principal central dial signed Guilbert, Paris, enclosed by eight subsidiary dials showing the times in London, Berlin, New York, Delhi, Petersburg, Paris, Madrid and Chicago, the strapwork drumhead side opening to reveal a single barrel movement and the back fitted with nine movement covers on a turned wooden end£600-900
677.    Decorative brass timepiece in the form of a miniature longcase clock, the movement with platform escapement, the 2.25" cream dial within a brass case embossed overall with scrolling foliate motifs and surmounted by a broken arched pediment and pedestal finial, 18" high£120-180
678.    Good burr walnut novelty timepiece in the form of a miniature longcase clock, the movement with platform escapement, the 2.25" white dial within a well figured case inlaid with a central paterae and harebell swags, surmounted by a broken arched pediment and pedestal spike finial, 17" high£200-300
679.    Rare birdseye walnut W & H desk calendar, the 3.75" silvered dial inscribed Day Dial Calendar and with rolling month aperture, within an angled rectangular case, 7" high£120-160
680.    Interesting Austrian small fruitwood two train verge bracket clock, with glazed sliding back door revealing the movement with pull repeat and striking on a bell, the 5 1/8" arched brass dial signed Moortin Wien Hardt a Gratz on the chapter ring, with strike/silent dial to the arch and false bob pendulum aperture, the dial engraved overall with meandering foliage, within a glazed stepped case surmounted by a caddy top and four flambeau brass finials, 12.75" high£700-1000
681.    French glass cased two train mantel clock in the style of Baccarat, the Japy Freres movement striking on a bell, the 3" white dial within a fluted and gadrooned three-part pillared case, 11.75" high£500-800
682.    Rare and impressive early Italian ebony and ebonised bracket clock, the 8.5" pierced arched dial inscribed Antonio Lanzoni Fece Anno 1771 on a plate below six o'clock; also inscribed... Quartiere Pala... Christino Dcuip on a plate to the arch over another plate inscribed Il Contadino, the silvered chapter ring enclosing a gilded foliate strapwork centre, within an architectural Pietra Dura ormolu mounted architectural case with two Sienna marble columns decorated overall with vases of flowers, foliate motifs, coloured marble panels and ormolu mounts, surmounted by an ormolu standing figure of a mother and her two children within a recess under a broken arch surmounted by an eagle with outstretched wings, 38" high
*This clock does not retain its original movement*

£3000-5000
683.    Brass and wooden clock/aneroid barometer drumhead desk compendium, the two dials either side of a central thermometer, the barometer dial signed S. Wartenberg supported upon an oak and ebonised pedestal stand with ring handle, 9.5" high£150-200
684.    Brass and red marble clock/barometer oval desk compendium, the white clock dial signed Hunts, Uxbridge and the barometer dial Lafontaine, Optician, 18 Palais Royal 18, Paris, supported upon a rectangular red marble base with swivel ring handle, 6.5" high£200-300
685.    Small ebonised twin fusee back wind bracket clock, the movement with balance wheel escapement striking on a bell, the 4.25" silvered dial within a panelled case inlaid with brass lines, supported on four brass ball feet surmounted by a rounded arch triple pad cornice with foliate brass carrying handle, 9.5" high£2000-3000
686.    Small Swiss music box, the 6.25" cylinder playing on eight airs, with original tune sheet, within a rosewood and ebonised inlaid case, 14.25" wide£80-140
687.    Small rosewood cased music box with 10.75" cylinder, the lid inlaid with foliate motifs and boxwood lines with ebonised border, 18" wide£80-140
688.    Old rosewood eight-air music box with original tune sheet, 18.5" wide£70-100
689.    Bremond rosewood music box playing eight Scottish airs, with original tune sheet no. 153350, the lid inlaid with stylised foliate motifs within triple boxwood stringing and ebonised border, 20" wide£250-350
690.    Large Swiss music box, the 17.25" cylinder playing on eight airs, with original tune sheet, within a rosewood, ebonised and satinwood crossbanded case, 28.5" wide overall£200-300
691.    Good silvered ormolu and white marble figural mantel clock garniture, the centrepiece modelled with three cherubs holding aloft a two train globe clock, the Vincenti movement with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, over a cylindrical pedestal white marble base applied with silvered ormolu floral swags, 15.5" high, flanked by a pair of twin sconce silvered ormolu candelabra modelled with leaping cherubs holding aloft curving branches supported upon matching white marble pedestals, 14" high£1100-1400
692.    Double fusee bracket clock movement, the 8.5" square brass dial signed A.C. Bowman, Honor Oak on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre£450-650
693.    French small brass exhibition skeleton timepiece, the 2.25" white chapter ring and back plate signed Pierret a Paris, enclosing a skeletonised centre, over arched supports to an oval base stamped Honorables EXP. Paris, Londres, upon an ebonised base, 9" high (without original glass dome)£150-250
694.    Small French bronze and pink marble figural mantel timepiece garniture, the movement with platform escapement, the 1.75" white enamel dial inset into a fluted base surmounted by a bronze figure of a gentleman seated on a pedestal in classical dress, 9.75" high, flanked by two matching candlesticks, 5.75" high£250-350
695.    Interesting small drumhead pedestal timepiece, the small fusee movement signed Warren Windsor, the 2.75" white dial within a drumhead brass case surmounted by two ormolu birds with outstretched wings, supported upon a classical pedestal base inlaid with boxwood lines, 10.25" high£200-300
696.    Interesting early Atmos clock, the 3.5" white dial signed Atmos, Pendule Perpetuelle, within a gilded brass and bevelled glass case, 9.5" high, bearing the number 320 stamped on a strapwork supporting bar to the back of the clock£900-1200
697.    Small mahogany balloon mantel timepiece, the 3.25" white dial with sweep seconds hand, within a shaped case inlaid with a conch shell and boxwood lines, 7.75" high£160-200
698.    Good ebonised and ormolu mounted three train bracket clock, the substantial W & H movement playing and striking on five gongs, the 9.5" x 7" brass dial plate with silver chapter ring enclosing a matted centre surmounted by a subsidiary slow/fast dial, within an ormolu mounted stepped case surmounted by a caddy top, 18.5" high£1000-1500
699.    Good rare ebonised Detent chronometer single fusee bracket clock, the 6.5" silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre signed John Walker, 230 Regent St, London on an arched plate over a subsidiary skeletonised seconds dial, supported upon triple tapering stepped circular columns and within a glazed stepped case with rounded arched moulded cornice with four small pineapple finials, 18.25" high; together with ebonised wall bracket, 12.5" wide£2000-3000
700.    Good small English double fusee mahogany bracket clock, the back plate and 6" silvered dial signed James Rigby, London, within an arched case inlaid with boxwood lines, with pad top and brass carrying handle, 14" high£1500-2000
701.    Good Irish mahogany single fusee bracket clock, the 7" brass arched dial signed Phil Glasco & Son, Dublin, on a circular plate to the arch, over a silvered chapter ring enclosing a foliate engraved centre with arched aperture inscribed Ro'cn Deane within a stepped case surmounted by a caddy top and carrying handle, 19" high£2500-4000
702.    Contemporary French skeleton timepiece with passing strike modelled with the facade of Notre Dame cathedral, supported upon a mahogany circular turned base and under a glass dome, 11.5" high overall£200-300
703.    Single fusee brass skeleton timepiece with passing strike, the 4.75" silvered chapter ring within an ornate pierced case supported upon an oak base and under a glass dome, 17.25" high overall£250-350
704.    Contemporary single fusee brass skeleton timepiece with passing strike, the 4.25" silvered chapter ring signed Mappin & Webb, supported upon an oval green onyx base and under a glass dome, 13" high overall£150-250
705.    French decorative brass two train skeleton clock, the Pons movement striking on a bell, the back plate and 3.25" white chapter ring signed J.Silvani, Brighton, enclosing a skeletonised centre and supported upon an ornate engraved foliate pierced scrolling stand, supported upon an ebonised base inlaid with boxwood lines and under a glass dome, 21.5" high overall£300-500
706.    Good ebonised double fusee bracket clock, the 8" silvered arched dial signed Simson, London, with strike/silent dial to the arch, engraved to the corners with trailing foliage and harebell garlands, the case with caddy top and brass carrying handle, 22" high£3000-5000
707.    Good large ebonised English double fusee bracket clock, the six pillar movement chiming the quarters on four gongs signed Payne & Co, 163 New Bond Street, London, no. 2382, the 8.5" brass arched dial also signed and numbered on the silvered chapter ring, with silent/strike and slow/fast subsidiary dials to the arch over a matted centre, within a gilt-brass ormolu caryatid and foliate mounted case, surmounted by a stepped caddy top and cast handle, 25" high; also with the original ebonised and ormolu mounted wall bracket, 17" wide£2000-3000
708.    Two contemporary brass Harrison style single fusee skeleton clocks with grasshopper escapements, the principal 4" white dials beneath a seconds chapter ring, inscribed 'The Grasshopper Clock', supported upon rectangular wooden stepped bases, no domes (2)£300-500
709.    Good early mahogany and satinwood crossbanded bracket clock case, with aperture for a 4.5" arched dial, the glazed door with boxwood stringing surmounted by a rounded arched moulded pediment and oval brass stepped handle, 13.5" high£400-600
710.    Small English ebonised bracket clock case with aperture for a 6" square dial, the stepped case with pierced fretwork to the top of the door and surmounted by a caddy top and brass carrying handle, 12.5" high£400-600
711.    Good English ebonised bracket clock case with aperture for a 5.5" arched dial, surmounted by a bell top, four brass urn finials and a carrying handle, 20" high£800-1200
712.    Good English double fusee bracket clock movement, the 7" silvered arched dial signed Thomas Bell, Lombard St. London, with strike/silent dial to the arch£500-750
713.    Good English ebonised bracket clock case with aperture for a 7" arched dial, with caddy top and brass carrying handle, 20" high£300-500
719.    Smith Sectric small electric mantel clock within an arched top bakelite case, 4.75" high£25-45
720.    Emera 5 digital electric clock with a white case, 10.5" wide£15-30
721.    Brass electric cartel wall clock, the 5" white dial within a rococo pierced case embossed with mythical beasts, masks, foliage and C-scrolls, 22.25" high£100-150
722.    Remains of an interesting mahogany slave wall dial, case no. 1048
*This clock is missing its dial, movement, armature and one pair of magnets*£120-160
723.    Oak electric 12" wall dial signed The Electric Clock Co., Dublin, with passing strike and within an octagonal moulded surround£150-250
724.    Electric master wall clock, the 5.5" bezel within an oak glazed case, 30.25" high£30-60
725.    Landis & Gyr Inducta, Type UWP3, the 9" black and silver chapter ring enclosing a skeletonised centre over an 8.25" twenty-four hour silvered dial, enclosed within a glazed metal case, 16.5" high£60-100
726.    Lepaute Electrique wall clock, the 5.75" silvered dial over a visible pendulum and within a grey metal case, 17.75" high£40-80
727.    Brass four glass Bulle electric mantel clock, the 5.25" silvered dial within a glazed stepped case, 13" high£250-350
728.    Two Vitascopes, one in need of assembly (2)£60-100
729.    Good mahogany Eureka balloon electric mantel clock, the 5" cream chapter ring with skeletonised centre within a shaped crossbanded case inlaid with a conch shell, 14.5" high£450-650
730.    Hammond Bichronous electric mantel calendar clock, the 3.5" silvered dial with days of the week and date of the month apertures, within a black case with caddy top and chrome carrying handle, manufacturer's operating instructions verso, 8" high£80-120
731.    Nivada Compensamatic electrically re-wound desk clock, the 3.75" white dial with subsidiary seconds dial within a heavy gilt brass sloping case, 7" long£30-60
732.    Eureka electric mantel clock, the 4.25" cream chapter ring enclosing a skeletonised centre inscribed Eureka Clock Co Limited London pat. no. 14614-1906, no. 5689, supported upon a rectangular ormolu stepped base, 9" high (lacks dome)£60-100
733.    Electrique Brillie electric master wall clock mounted upon a grey veined white marble plate, 5.75" white dial within a glazed wooden case, 18" high; with an associated wet battery£120-160
734.    Small oak Bulle electric mantel clock, the 4" silvered dial within an arched case, 9" high£40-60
735.    Oak and burr walnut Bulle electric mantel clock, the 5.75" silvered dial with skeletonised centre within an arched case inlaid with chevron banding, 14" high£100-150
736.    Art Deco style white and brown marble Bulle electric mantel clock, the 6" silvered dial signed Lutz, Paris, within a rectangular surround flanked by angled stepped sides, 11.5" high£150-250
737.    Bulle eight hundred day electric mantel clock, the 3.5" silvered dial supported upon a brass stand and stepped circular mahogany base under a glass dome, 10.75" high overall£80-120
738.    Rare heavy 12" circular silvered brass longcase clock dial signed Alexander Bain, Patentee, with subsidiary seconds dial; also a 4.75" circular enamel dial signed Ste des Horloges Electriques, Systeme Hemmequin... E Guenot & Cie, 12, Rue du Mont-Thabor, Paris, within a gilded metal bezel (2)£100-200
739.    Box containing various early electric clock movements etc (approx 14)£40-80
740.    Magneta electric slave dial within a brushed silvered case; also four torsion style battery electric clocks, two without domes (5)£40-80
741.    Smith's electric Synchronous mystery clock, the 5" square glass dial within a chrome and black stepped case, 8" high£80-140
742.    American electric 16" wall dial inscribed Navel Observatory Time, Western Union, Self Winding Clock Co. Inc. New York, within a glazed metal casing £100-200
743.    Eureka electric mantel clock, the 4.25" cream chapter ring enclosing a skeletonised centre inscribed Eureka Clock Co. Ltd., London, Pat no. 14614-1806, no. 3502, within a mahogany bevel glazed stepped case, 10.5" high£350-550
744.    Bulle electric four glass mantel clock, the 3.5" silvered dial inscribed Bulle Clockette within a gilt metal and bevel glazed case, 9.25" high£150-250
745.    Two Bulle electric mantel clocks in need of restoration; also a Kundo electric clock (3)£40-80
746.    Mahogany cased Bulle electric mantel clock, the 5.5" silvered dial inscribed Bulle Patent, Boodle & Dunthorne, Lord Street, Liverpool, over a glazed pendulum window and within an arched case supported upon ogee bracket feet, 12.5" high£50-80
747.    Good large Eureka brass lantern electric clock, the 7" brass chapter ring with foliate engraved inner ring stamped Pat. no. 14614-1906, enclosing a skeletonised glazed centre, also stamped no. 2229 at six o'clock on the chapter ring, surmounted by pieced dolphin frets, strapwork, bell and baluster finial, 17" high£1500-2000
748.    Rare brass four glass electric mantel clock by Frank Holden, the 3.5" silvered dial inscribed L.R. within a bevelled glass and brass stepped case, 9.75" high£2000-2500
749.    Rare and interesting electric mantel clock, the worm driven movement and 5" white enamel dial within a gilt brass drumhead casing supported by two tapering ebony columns to the black marble stepped base with Hipp toggle mechanism with two coils, numbered 4 under contact support pillar, 16.5" high (pendulum missing)
*There are various references to this clock in Horological books. See Lloyds - Dictionary of Clocks page 108; also Electrifying Time, page 9 and Electric Timekeeping, page 64 etc.£1500-2500
750.    Inducta electric wall clock, the 8.5" black chapter ring enclosing a skeletonised centre with subsidiary seconds dial, within an Art Deco shaped glazed oak stepped case, 40" high£200-300
751.    Elektrocas electric wall clock, the 8" cream dial with subsidiary seconds dial within a light oak glazed case, 38" high£100-150
752.    Gent type electric master clock, the 6.5" silvered square dial over the movement with mercury switch, within a light oak glazed case, 50" high (door glazing missing)£100-200
753.    Rare early mahogany Synchronome master clock. the 6.5" silvered dial within a glazed case with triangular stepped pediment over foliate carved panels, 58" high£800-1200
754.    Synchronome Co Limited trickle charger with two ammeters 0-1.5A and 0-100mA, within a green metal case, 17" square, 6.5" deep£40-80
755.    Electric master clock within an oak case with two glazed panels, 55" high£200-300
756.    Electric master clock, the 6.5" white dial signed Smiths Electric Clock Systems, London, within an oak glazed case, 53" high£150-250
757.    Magneta (BVA) Limited electric master clock, the 7.5" cream dial signed Magneta Electric, fitted with one second, thirty second and one minute contacts, within an oak glazed case, 63" high, incorporating a battery compartment
**This clock bears a plaque for the D.S.I.R. Radio Research Station**£150-250
758.    Magneta electric Master Clock, the 12.25" square white dial within an oak bevel glazed case, 85.5" high; also four various slave dials (5)£300-500
759.    Unique oak cased electric wall clock, the 9.75" silvered chapter ring signed W. Hawkins, Strood 1922, enclosing a skeletonised centre with subsidiary seconds dial, within a glazed hood over a wooden rod and brass pendulum within a moulded glazed door, surmounted by a classical broken arch pediment with a brass figure of a boy holding his stick, 56" high
**This clock is sold with a letter of provenance and photograph of the maker Mr W. Hawkins of Strood**

£250-450
760.    Mahogany electric longcase clock, the 9.75" silvered chapter ring enclosing a skeletonised movement and subsidiary silvered seconds dial, within a long glazed carved door over the base fitted with a panelled cupboard door and surmounted by a moulded stepped cornice, 73" high£400-600
765.    Gustav Becker torsion timepiece, the 2.75" cream chapter ring over a disc pendulum and upon a spun brass base, 10" high (lacks dome); also a modern Frend torsion clock, under a glass dome, 6" high (2)£30-60
766.    S. Haller German brass torsion clock, the 4" dial supported upon a circular stepped spun base and under a glass dome, 11.75" overall£15-30
767.    Three various brass torsion clocks (3)£15-30
768.    Three various torsion clocks under glass domes and supported upon spun turned stepped brass bases (3)£40-80
769.    Seven various torsion clock domes (7)£30-60
770.    Five various brass torsion clocks (5)£60-100
771.    Box of four hundred day movements and parts etc£50-100
772.    Jahresuhrenfabrik four glass brass torsion clock, the back plate inscribed no. 86900, the 3.75" cream dial over a disc pendulum and within a bevelled glazed mahogany stepped case, 11.5" high£100-150
773.    Brass torsion clock, the back plate and 2.75" cream dial bearing the maker's logo B within a crescent, over a disc pendulum supported upon a stepped spun circular base and under a glass dome, 11.5" high overall£30-60
774.    Harder Jahresuhrenfabrik brass torsion clock, stamped R3233 on the back plate, the 2" white dial inscribed D.R. Patent 2432, R.L. Patent 2182 and U.S. Patent 269052, over a disc pendulum and upon a stepped spun base, under a glass dome, 11.5" high overall£200-300
775.    Jahresuhrenfabrik brass 'Angel' torsion clock, the back plate inscribed D.R.P. no. 14688 and U.S.P. no. 751686 and no. 51718, the 2.25" cream dial upon angel supports over a disc pendulum and upon a stepped spun base, under a glass dome, 12.5" high overall£300-400
776.    Good Harder Jahresuhrenfabrik brass torsion clock, stamped R1717 on the back plate, the 2" white dial inscribed D.R. Patent 2437, R.L. Patent 2182 and U.S. Patent 269052, over a disc pendulum and supported upon a stepped spun base under a glass dome, 11.5" high overall
*This clock was the subject of an article in the Clocks Magazine, issue May 1995*£300-400
777.    Good Harder brass torsion clock by Gerson Wintermantel & Cie, stamped G.W. & Cie, 630 on the back plate, the 2" white dial inscribed D.R.P. 2437, R.L.P. 2182 and U.S.P. 269052, over a disc pendulum and upon a stepped spun base, under a glass dome, 11" high overall
*This clock was the subject of an article in the Clocks Magazine issue May 1995*£500-600
778.    Rare brass torsion clock by W. Wurth & Co. with L. Wille temperature compensating pendulum, the back plate inscribed D.R.P 144687, Made in Germany, no. 1441, the 2" cream dial over a disc pendulum supported upon a circular spun base, under a glass dome, 12.5" high overall£600-800
779.    Art Deco walnut and yew wood torsion clock by Schlenker & Posner, the back plate inscribed no. 32813, the 4" dial with painted Arabic numerals enclosing a black centre and within a crossbanded glazed stepped case, 11.25" high£50-80
780.    Jaeger le Coultre 150th anniversary limited edition (00392/3000) torsion clock, no. 600581, the 4.5" white chapter ring enclosing a skeletonised centre supported upon blackened brass columns and circular base fitted with a spirit level, under a glass dome, 14" high overall£1800-2400
781.    Gilded spelter two train drumhead figural mantel clock, the movement striking on a bell, the 3.25" white dial flanked by a dancing couple upon an ornate base, ebonised stand and under a glass dome, 17.5" high overall£20-40
782.    German oak ting-tang mantel clock with W. & H. movement, the 7" silvered square dial within a pillared stepped case with triangular pediment, 15.75" high£100-140
783.    French silver plated mantel timepiece, the 3.5" white dial signed Bravingtons Ltd., London, within a heart shaped case, 5.5" high£65-85
784.    French brass and green onyx two train four glass mantel clock, the movement striking on a gong, the 3.5" cream dial over a mercury pendulum and within a bevelled glazed case, 10" high£150-200
785.    Mahogany two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a gong, the 8" silvered dial signed J. B. Yabsley, 72 Ludgate Hill, E. C. with a rounded arched case inlaid with coloured wood panels, 17" high£150-200
786.    French ebonised and ormolu portico two train mantel clock, the Japy Freres movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3.75" white dial within an ormolu cast bezel and supported upon barley twist columns and stepped base inlaid with brass lines, 20" high£120-160
787.    Mahogany inlaid two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a gong, the 5.25" silvered dial within an arched wavy case inlaid with stylised designs, 11" high£15-30
788.    English mahogany double fusee bracket clock striking on a bell, the 7.5" cream dial signed Stephen Henry, London, within a triangular arched case inlaid with brass lines, 17.5" high£700-1000
789.    Ebonised and gilded wooden two train Vienna portico mantel clock, the movement striking on a gong, the 5.5" white chapter ring enclosing an automaton gilded centre modelled with an angel at an anvil, supported upon turned circular columns and within a stepped case, 18.75" high£400-600
790.    French green onyx and gilt metal figural two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a bell, the 3.25" convex white dial within a shaped plateau base surmounted by the standing figure of a mother holding an open book by her child, entitled L'Instruction, Par Bruchon, 24" high£200-300
791.    Edwardian mahogany inlaid balloon mantel timepiece, the 3.5" gilt dial with Roman numerals branded Cooper & Co, Worcester, the case inlaid with a paterae and boxwood lines, French brass platform drum movement, 9.5" high£70-100
792.    Oak two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a gong, the 4.25" silvered dial with rectangular brass dial plate within an architectural pillared case, 13.75" high£30-50
793.    Mahogany mantel timepiece, the 4" white convex dial within an octagonal surround over a rectangular base fitted with two drawers and inlaid with brass lines and foliate designs, 19.75" high£150-250
794.    Black slate two train mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3.75" white dial within a temple rounded arched stepped case, 12.75" high£30-50
795.    Black slate two train mantel clock, the S. Marti movement striking on a gong, the 5.5" white chapter ring enclosing a gilded engraved centre with visible jewelled escapement, within a stepped case with triangular pediment, 13.75" high£80-120
796.    Large mahogany and ebonised triple fusee drumhead bank mantel clock, the movement playing on four bells and striking on a gong, the 11.25" white painted dial supported upon a stepped cushion base inlaid with boxwood lines, 23" high£800-1200
797.    Good black slate two train drumhead triple dial mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 4.5" principal chapter ring enclosing a recessed jewelled visible escapement over 2.5" subsidiary skeletonised barometer dials, within a scrolling stepped case, 10.5" high£150-250
798.    Black slate two train mantel clock, the S. Marti movement striking on a gong, the 3.5" cream chapter ring enclosing a recessed gilded centre, within a temple case surmounted by a cupola, 17.5" high£30-60
799.    Large black slate and ormolu mounted two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a gong, the 6.25" black dial with raised gilded Roman numerals enclosing a gilded foliate centre, within a pillared stepped case surmounted by a classical copper relief panelled frieze, 19" high£100-150
800.    Black slate and sienna marble two train mantel clock, the R & C movement striking on a bell, the 5.25" cobalt blue chapter ring with raised gilded Roman numerals enclosing a recessed gilded centre, within a tapered stepped case engraved with Egyptian figures, 15.25" high£120-180
801.    Unusual black slate and ormolu mounted two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a bell, the 4.5" black dial within a boat-shaped case mounted with ormolu masks, Greek key designs and flowerheads, supported upon paw feet and surmounted by a plateau top, 7" high£80-120
802.    French brass two train mantel clock, the S. Marti movement striking on a gong, the 3.5" cream concave chapter ring enclosing a pierced gilded centre, within an ornate square case repousse with masks and stylised foliage, 13.75" high£120-180
803.    German mahogany three train bracket clock, the Gustav Becker movement striking and chiming on five rods, the 7.25" silvered arched dial with chime/silent subsidiary dial to the arch, within a stepped pillared rounded arched case, 16.5" high£150-250
804.    Arts & Crafts style ebonised two train mantel clock, the movement striking and chiming on five gongs, in need of rehousing, the 6.5" silvered dial within an architectural case carved with panels of stylised flowerheads and foliage and surmounted by an arched gallery, 18.5" high£40-80
805.    Brass single fusee skeleton timepiece with passing strike, the 5" shaped silvered chapter ring over an ebonised base and under a glass dome, 17" high overall£250-350
806.    German oak three train mantel clock, the Junghans movement in need of rehousing, the 6.5" square brass dial with silvered chapter ring, within an architectural pillared stepped case, 20.5" high£40-80
807.    German oak two train mantel clock, the Junghans movement striking on a gong, the 4.5" silvered chapter ring within a rectangular brass surround, within an architectural carved pillared stepped case, 16" high£70-100
808.    Good English burr walnut bracket clock, the movement striking and chiming on five rods, the 6.25" square dial plate with silver chapter ring enclosing a matted centre, within a stepped case surmounted by a caddy top and ornate cast brass carrying handle, 13.75" high£200-300
809.    Contemporary mahogany balloon mantel timepiece, the 5" convex white dial signed Comitti of London, within a shaped case with ebony and boxwood banding, 11.75" high£60-90
810.    French green onyx and ormolu mounted two train four glass mantel clock, the Japy Freres movement striking on a gong, the 4" floral cream dial indistinctly signed over a mercury pendulum and within a glazed pillared stepped case, 14.25" high£250-350
811.    Reproduction brass lantern clock with Rotherham's English movement, the 4.5" silvered chapter ring enclosing a floral engraved centre and surmounted by dolphin frets, strap work, bell and finial, 12.25" high£70-100
812.    German walnut mantel timepiece, with Lenzkirch movement, the 2.75" cream dial within a waisted case with gilded metal foliate mounts, 12" high£50-80
813.    French bronzed and sienna marble sculptural two train mantel clock entitled 'Amour et Psyche, D'apres Canova (Muse du Louvre)', the movement with outside countwheel striking on a gong, the 3.5" painted white dial inset into a semi-circular base beneath the embracing couple, supported upon a stepped sienna marble stand, 23" high£250-350
814.    Reproduction French Boulle two train mantel clock with contemporary German movement, the 6.25" dial with Roman enamel cartouche numerals enclosing a floral embossed centre, within a waisted case with gilded metal mounts and surmounted by a pierced foliate finial, 22.5" high£250-350
815.    Brass hook and spike lantern clock, the 6.5" silvered chapter ring enclosing a brass dial plate signed Thomas Moore, Ipswich, surmounted by pierced floral engraved frets, strap work, bell and finial, 14.5" high£200-400
816.    Reproduction brass two train mantel clock with contemporary German movement striking on a bell, the 6.25" chapter ring enclosing an engraved centre and surmounted by dolphin frets, strap work, bell and finial, 14.25" high£150-250
817.    Large French ormolu and coppered figural two train mantel clock, the Japy Freres movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3.75" white dial inset into a bow fronted panelled base applied with cast foliage and floral garlands, surmounted by a coppered seated peasant lady resting on a wheat sheaf, 20" high£600-900
818.    American burr walnut two train shelf clock, the 6.5" cream dial signed Eli Terry, Plymouth, within a breakfront moulded arched case, 15.25" high£120-160
819.    Reproduction faux walnut three train bracket clock, the Warmink movement striking and playing on eight copper rods, the 4.5" silvered dial surmounted by a moon phase and with off/on and Westminster/Whittingham/Winchester levers within a stepped case surmounted by a caddy top and brass carrying handle, 13.5" high£120-180
820.    Reproduction French brass four glass two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a bell and the 4" white dial both signed L'Epee over a mercury pendulum within a bevel glazed pillared stepped case, 13.25" high£150-250
821.    German mahogany ting-tang mantel clock, the W & H movement striking on two gongs, the 6" gilded dial within an ebony bound rounded arched case, 12" high£70-100
822.    Contemporary faux yew wood two train mantel clock, the 5" cream dial within a coloured rural printed surround and moulded rounded arched shaped case, 14.5" high£40-80
823.    French bronzed spelter two train sculptural mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3.75" painted dial inset into a rocky base with simulated waterfall and surmounted by a mountain lion, 16" high£100-150
824.    German oak two train mantel clock striking on a gong, the 5.25" convex white dial within an architectural pillared stepped case inlaid with boxwood foliate designs and surmounted by a wavy arched cornice, 14.5" high£80-120
825.    English mahogany single fusee bracket clock, the 8" cream dial signed E. Dent 61, Strand, London, within a stepped case applied with carved foliate mounts and surmounted by a wavy pediment, 17.5" high£450-650
826.    Decorative mahogany two train shelf clock, the 12" cream dial within a ring turned surround over carved dolphin supports and pendulum window supported upon a rectangular plinth with bun feet, 24.5" high£120-180
827.    Good English mahogany double fusee bracket clock striking on a bell, the 9" convex cream dial with blue Arabic numerals signed F. Caney, Cheapside, London, within a brass and ebony bound lancet shaped case, 20" high£1200-1800
828.    Good and impressive black slate and green marble drumhead two train mantel clock, the movement signed Cheminant 40 Ru De Richelieu, no. 20254/26*6, striking on a bell, the 6.25" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed centre with visible escapement, within a scrolling fluted case supported upon a stepped rectangular plinth, 16.25" high x 29.5" wide£300-500
829.    Good large English oak triple fusee bracket clock, the substantial movement playing on eight bells and striking on a gong, the foliate engraved silvered dial plate signed James McCabe, Royal Exchange with subsidiary chime/silent and chime on eight bells/Cambridge chimes dials within an architectural pillared stepped case surmounted by a broken arched pediment, 23" high£1500-2500
830.    Black slate drumhead two train mantel clock garniture, the movement with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the 4.75" slate chapter ring enclosing a recessed red marble centre with visible escapement, over a scrolling case incised with foliate motifs and supported upon a rectangular stepped plinth, 18" high£100-140
831.    Black slate two train mantel clock striking on a bell, the 5" black slate chapter ring enclosing a recessed centre with visible escapement, within an architectural stepped case with gilded metal mounts and engraved stylised foliate decoration, surmounted by a flat square pediment, 17.5" high£80-140
832.    Black slate and red marble drumhead two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a gong, the 4.25" cream chapter ring enclosing a recessed gilded centre with visible escapement, over an architectural shaped case with bevelled pendulum window flanked by fluted columns, 17" high£80-140
833.    Black slate two train mantel clock, the Japy Freres movement striking on a gong, the 4.25" black slate chapter ring enclosing a floral engraved gilded centre, within an architectural stepped pillared case with Romanesque relief classical frieze, 14" high£80-120
834.    Large black slate and green marble two train mantel clock, the Ansonia movement striking on a gong, the 4.75" cream chapter ring enclosing a recessed centre with visible escapement, within an architectural stepped case with classical ormolu mounts, surmounted by a wavy arched pediment, 20" high£100-150
835.    Good French ormolu two train drumhead pedestal mantel clock, the movement signed Baltazard, Blanzy on the back plate, striking on a bell, the 4" convex white dial also signed Baltazard, Blanzy, within a drumhead casing draped with ormolu material and tassels over a pedestal base decorated in relief with panels of cavorting cherubs and flowers and supported upon two lion and four foliate feet, 17" high£800-1200
836.    Black slate and green marble mantel timepiece, the 3.75" white dial within a stepped case surmounted by an arched stepped pediment, 11.25" high£30-50
837.    Black slate drumhead two train mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 4" cream chapter ring enclosing a recessed gilded centre, and within a scrolling stepped case, 9.75" high£40-70
838.    Mahogany inlaid two train mantel clock, the 5" white dial within an arched topped case upon brass paw feet, 12.5" high£50-80
839.    Black slate and malachite two train mantel clock, the movement signed Rolin a Paris with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the 5.5" engraved gilded dial within an architectural scrolling stepped case inlaid with malachite panels, engraved with stylised gilded foliate highlights and surmounted by a rounded arched broken pediment, 16.5" high£80-140
840.    Interesting contemporary brass Grasshopper single fusee skeleton clock, the 4" cream chapter ring under and before a subsidiary seconds dial, supported upon a stepped wooden base and under a glazed brass bound rectangular dome, 17.5" high overall£250-450
841.    Good large black slate and green malachite triple dial drumhead two train mantel clock, the Gustave Rey movement striking on a bell, the 7.5" white dial with recessed visible escapement, over a shaped pendulum window flanked by two 4.75" calendar and barometer dials supported upon a rectangular stepped plinth, 23" high£800-1200
842.    Brass single fusee skeleton clock, the 6.25" silvered chapter ring with shield shaped Roman numerals, within a Cathedral pointed arched pierced case supported upon an oval stepped onyx base, 18" high overall (lacks dome)£400-600
843.    French rosewood two train mantel clock, the S. Marti movement stamped Leroy a Paris, with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the rectangular dial also signed Leroy a Paris, within a stepped case inlaid with boxwood lines and floral sprays, surmounted by an ornate bronze handle, 10.5" high (a.f)£175-225
844.    French spelter two train figural drumhead mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3.5" white dial flanked by a reclining robed maiden and infant holding a bird over painted porcelain panels and sloping foliate decorated frieze, 12.5" high£150-200
845.    French ormolu and white marble figural two train mantel clock, the Gubelin movement striking on a bell (missing), the 4" white dial within an ornate case surmounted by a seated peasant lady over an angel with broken water vessel, supported upon a bow front base, 18" high£150-250
846.    Good black slate drumhead two train mantel clock/aneroid barometer, the movement striking on a bell, no. 1557, the 4.75" white dial and back plate signed Dent a Paris, over a circular aneroid barometer/thermometer with 4" silvered dial also signed E.J. Dent, Paris, within a stepped case with faux ormolu foliate pierced feet, 13.5" high£150-250
847.    Ormolu, black slate and red/grey marble two train mantel clock, the Japy Freres movement striking on a bell, the 3.5" black dial and back plate signed Bozzo Angers, within an architectural pillared case surmounted by an urn finial, 19.75" high£80-140
848.    Brass single fusee skeleton clock with passing strike, the 5" silvered chapter ring upon a foliate brass plate and supported upon an oval wooden base under a glass dome, 17" high overall£200-300
849.    Mahogany mantel timepiece with later movement, the 4" convex white dial within a lancet shaped case inlaid with boxwood lines, 11.5" high£40-80
850.    Bronze novelty two train mantel clock in the form of a steam train, the 4" cream chapter ring enclosing a stylised floral strapwork centre, also fitted with a circular aneroid barometer to the centre and thermometer to the funnel, upon a railed slate base, 18.75" long overall£200-400
851.    French gilded metal and porcelain two train clock garniture, the Japy Freres movement striking on a bell, the pink porcelain floral dial within an architectural case surmounted by an urn, 14" high, flanked by two matching urns painted with romantic figures, 8.5" high£60-100
852.    French gilded metal two train mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3" floral painted dial within a drumhead casing over two seated cherubs and an oval base fitted with a rectangular floral plaque, 11.5" high£80-140
853.    French brass four glass two train mantel clock, striking on a bell, the 3.75" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement, over a compensated pendulum and within a bevel glazed stepped case, 12" high£250-350
854.    Schulz Marke Patent alarm mantel clock, the 4.25" cream dial with central alarm dial and within an ebonised carved case surmounted by a bell, 13.5" high£60-100
855.    Good English oak triple fusee bracket clock, the movement playing on eight bells and chiming on a large gong, the 7" gilded arched dial with chime/silent, slow/fast and Cambridge/Westminster subsidiary dials to the arch over a silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre, within a foliate and mask carved case surmounted by a cushion cornice and flat top, 21.5" high£800-1200
856.    Interesting walnut two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a gong, the inside back door with an instruction label entitled "Greenwich" Clock no. 11805, manufactured in Wurtenberg specially for W. E. Watts, Nottingham..., the 3.75" cream dial with an architectural carved pillared case surmounted by a cupola, 15.25" high£80-140
857.    Small French walnut and ebonised drumhead VAP two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a bell, the 3.25" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement inscribed Brevete a Paris, within a stepped case with brass strapwork mounts, 8.25" high; also another mantel clock (2)£40-70
858.    Large black slate two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a gong, the 5.5" black chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement within an architectural case mounted with brass female heads, 17" high£60-90
859.    English light oak and ebonised single fusee mantel clock, the 7" cream dial signed Rose, Ramsgate, within a panelled stepped case, 14.25" high£220-280
860.    French brass oval two train four glass mantel clock, the movement striking on a gong, the 3.75" white floral painted dial within a gilded bevelled glazed stepped case, 12" high£300-450
861.    English mahogany double fusee bracket clock, the 7" convex cream dial within a Thomas Hope style Egyptian inspired Regency case surmounted by a fluted caddy top, 17.75" high£750-1000
862.    Black slate and malachite two train calendar clock, the movement striking on a bell, the 5" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement over the 4.5" calendar dial, within a scrolling arched case, 17" high£300-500
863.    Brass single fusee skeleton clock, the 5" silvered chapter ring supported on a Gothic frame and ebonised base, under a glass dome, 16.5" high overall£250-350
864.    Viennese mahogany three train drumhead portico mantel clock, the movement striking and repeating the quarters, the 5" white chapter ring enclosing an engine turned centre with alarm dial, within an architectural case with four tapering alabaster pillars over a reverse breakfront concave stepped base, surmounted by a triangular pediment with alabaster urn finial, 19.5" high£400-600
865.    Large black slate and malachite inlaid triple dial two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a bell, the 8" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement over a 4.75" subsidiary calendar and barometer dials, within a drumhead scrolling case supported upon a stepped base, 24" high£800-1200
866.    French green onyx and ormolu figural globe two train mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3.5" white dial inset into a square base surmounted by an angel holding aloft a small terrestrial globe, 26" high£250-350
867.    Green marble and ormolu two train drumhead mantel clock, the movement striking on a gong, the 4" gilt chapter ring enclosing a white centre inscribed Maison du Soleil...Lille, within a scrolling breakfront case surmounted by an eagle attacking a snake, 15.5" high£120-160
868.    Attractive French rosewood two train mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 4.25" white enamel dial signed A. Demeur, Hger De La Cour a Brussels, within a wavy arched case finely inlaid with ivory depicting flowering foliage, baskets of fruit and birds, 17.75" high£450-650
869.    German brass portico timepiece, the 2.5" cream dial over a two ball rotating pendulum supported upon four fluted columns and stepped spun base, 14.5" high£60-90
870.    French rosewood two train mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3.75" silvered engine turned dial within a stepped case inlaid with ivory lines and surmounted by a flat stepped top, 13.25" high£150-200
871.    French Art Deco brown marble and gilt metal two train mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3.5" x 5.5" dial within a rectangular block on gilded metal supports and rectangular base, 17" wide£60-90
872.    Small French rosewood two train mantel clock, the movement with silk suspension, outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3.25" cream enamel dial signed Lurasco a Amsterdam, within a stepped case inlaid with foliate boxwood motifs and surmounted by a flat top and brass carrying handle, 9.25" high£250-350
873.    French green bronze and ormolu two train mantel clock, the movement signed H. Azur de Paris, with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the 3.25" silvered dial signed Blottiere-Roger, Notre Dame-de-Liesse, within an ornate foliate cast stepped case surmounted by the bust of a classical woman, 19.25" high£300-500
874.    English ebonised single fusee bracket clock, the 4.5" silvered square dial within a stepped case, 11.5" high£350-500
875.    French ebonised two train mantel clock, the movement signed Henri Marc a Paris, with silk suspension and outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3" silvered dial within a balloon style case inlaid with cornucopia, birds and scrolling foliage, 9" high£300-400
876.    French rosewood two train campaign clock, the movement with silk suspension striking on a bell, the 3.25" silvered dial within a stepped case inlaid with flowering branches and boxwood stringing surmounted by an ornate brass handle, 9.5" high£350-500
877.    Fine French ormolu and white marble two train mantel clock, the back plate signed Gasche a Paris, the movement with pinwheel escapement, silk suspension, outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the 4" silvered dial within an ornate foliate cast case supported upon a rectangular white marble brick and ormolu base, 15.5" high£800-1200
878.    French rosewood two train campaign mantel clock, the Japy Freres movement with silk suspension, outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the 2.75" white dial within a stepped case inlaid with scrolling foliage within boxwood stringing, surmounted by an ornate brass handle, 9" high£250-350
879.    Good French two train Boulle mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3.5" gilded dial with Roman enamel cartouche numerals within a balloon shaped case surmounted by a foliate finial, 13.5" high£650-850
880.    Small mahogany two train bracket clock, the W. & H. movement striking on a gong, the 5.5" silvered arched dial with slow/fast subsidiary dial to the arch, within a rounded arched stepped case inlaid with boxwood lines, 10.75" high£250-350
881.    French walnut and ormolu mounted eight day timepiece, the 2.75" gilded dial with Roman enamel cartouche numerals, within a balloon shaped case with foliate mounts, 12" high£250-350
882.    Mahogany Napoleon hat two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a gong, the 5.5" silvered dial within an inlaid chequer banded case, 17" wide; also a small inlaid balloon mantel timepiece, 8" high (2)£25-45
883.    Good mahogany three train mantel clock, the W & H movement with pull repeat and striking the hours and quarters on five gongs, the silvered chapter ring and subsidiary slow/fast and chime/silent dials upon a silvered dial plate, 6" x 7", within a bevelled glass stepped case, 2.25" high£300-500
884.    Walnut Georgian style bracket timepiece, the 5" square brass dial with silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre, within a stepped case with caddy top and brass carrying handle, 10.5" high£50-80
885.    Small brass lantern clock with Elliott movement, the 4.25" chapter ring surmounted by dolphin frets, strapwork bell and finial, 10.5" high£50-80
886.    Mahogany mantel timepiece, the movement stamped Buren, the 3.25" white dial signed C.H. Barton, Hull, within an arched boxwood inlaid case, 8.5" high; also another mahogany inlaid eight day timepiece, 6.25" high (2)£80-120
887.    Small contemporary walnut Georgian style bracket clock, the 4.25" arched dial signed Elliott Clock Company, within a figured walnut case surmounted by a caddy top and brass carrying handle, 11.25" high£60-100
888.    American walnut double fusee mantel clock, the 8" white dial over a fretwork panel and stepped base, with rounded arched top, 17.25" £60-100
889.    Small alarm mantel timepiece with Junghans movement, the 3.5" buff dial within a stepped wooden case with brass foliate mounts, 9.5" high£30-50
890.    Mahogany single fusee Bank drumhead mantel clock, the 7.5" cream dial supported upon a foliate scrolling stepped base, 13" high£220-280
891.    Large black slate two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a gong, the 4.5" cream chapter ring enclosing a gilded recessed visible escapement, within an architectural bronze mounted case, 18" high£60-100
892.    French red marble and spelter figural two train clock garniture, the movement striking on a bell, the 3" cream dial inset into a stepped base and surmounted by a figure of a peasant girl in a flimsy dress holding a tray, signed Geo Maxim, 22.5" high, flanked by two matching urns, 16" high£80-120
893.    Large black slate and grey marble two train drumhead mantel clock, the movement striking on a bell, the 5.5" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement within a scrolling case and stepped plinth, 18.5" high£80-140
894.    Black slate two train mantel clock, the Ansonia movement striking on a gong, the 4" cream chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement, within a temple pillared stepped case, 13" high£40-70
895.    French red veined white marble and spelter mounted figural two train mantel clock garniture, the movement striking on a bell, the 3" cream dial within a stepped base surmounted by a figure of a young girl running with birds in her hand, 20" high, with a pair of matching urns, 12.75" high£60-100
896.    French black slate, red marble and spelter mounted figural two train mantel clock garniture, the movement striking on a bell, the 3.75" cream dial inset into a break front base surmounted by a figure of Joan of Arc seated on a rearing horse, 32" high, flanked by two matching urns, 20.5" high£100-150
897.    Junghans two train mantel clock with alarm, the 4.25" white dial with central brass alarm dial within a glazed pillared architectural case surmounted by a finial, 18.5" high£50-80
898.    Contemporary Schatz three train four glass mantel clock, the movement with platform escapement playing St Michaels, Whittington and Westminster chimes on eight copper rods, the 4.25" silvered chapter ring enclosing a skeletonised centre, within a brass bound glazed case surmounted by a stepped caddy top and brass carrying handle, 11.5" high£150-200
899.    Large and unusual oak two train mantel clock, the movement chiming the quarters on four copper rods, the 5" silvered chapter ring enclosing a skeletonised centre and within a wooden and brass mounted dial plate contained within an architectural case and outer glazed case fitted with a single drawer and two handles, 26.75" high
*This clock is possibly an apprentice work*£150-250
900.    American walnut two train shelf clock, the Ansonia movement striking on a gong, the 4.5" cream chapter ring enclosing a fluted gilded centre, within a pillared carved arched stepped case, 14" high£40-80
901.    Smiths RAF bakelite mantel timepiece dated 1952, the 6" silvered dial within a rounded arched case with stepped feet, 8" high£30-50
902.    Black slate and grey marble two train mantel clock, the 4.25" gilded chapter ring enclosing a black centre within a stepped case, 13.25" high£30-60
903.    Black slate and malachite inlaid two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a bell, the 4.25" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement, within a scrolling rounded arched case with stepped base, 13" high£60-90
904.    Good English rosewood double fusee mantel clock, the movement with pull repeat striking on a bell, the 8" convex white dial signed Viner & Co, Royal Exchange, London, within a panelled stepped case inlaid with brass lines and surmounted by a pineapple finial, 20.5" high£1000-1500
905.    American rosewood two train shelf clock with alarm, the movement striking on a bell, the 4.5" pointed white dial with central alarm dial over a square glass foliate painted tablet, within a pointed arched case, 15.25" high; also an oval glass dome and ebonised base, 11.5" overall£25-45
906.    Good English black marble double fusee bracket clock, the movement striking on a bell, the 3.5" gilded and foliate and engraved dial signed Frodsham, Gracechurch St, London, within a pillared stepped case, 11" high£800-1200
907.    Mahogany two train bracket clock, the 7" painted arched dial signed Chard, Chester, within a moulded rounded arched case inlaid with ebony and boxwood stringing and surmounted by a brass carrying handle, 16" high£200-300
908.    Black Forest two train mantel cuckoo clock, the 5" dial within a chalet case carved with vine leaves, 16" high£50-80
909.    White onyx and ormolu two train globe mantel clock, the movement striking on a bell, the dial hands formed as a single serpent, within an ornate case decorated with floral swags surmounted by a bird with outstretched wings seated upon a nest with three eggs, 13.25" high£400-600
910.    Mahogany ting-tang mantel clock, the movement striking on two gongs, the 5.5" silvered dial within a rounded arched case, 11.25" high£50-80
911.    Good French brass two train four glass mantel clock, the S. Marti movement striking on a bell, the 4.5" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement, over a mercury pendulum, within a bevelled glass and gorge style stepped case, 14.5" high£400-600
912.    German oak ting-tang bracket clock, the W & H movement striking on two gongs, the 6" square brass dial with matted centre, within an architectural stepped case surmounted by a square gadrooned caddy top and four brass pineapple finials, with brackets, 14.5" high£300-400
913.    Mahogany two train balloon mantel clock, the movement striking on a bell, the 4.5" white dial signed Delettrez, 62 Rue Charlot, Paris, within a shaped case inlaid with boxwood lines and surmounted by a square caddy top (finial missing), 15.25" high£80-120
914.    Brass single fusee skeleton clock, the 5.25" pierced silvered dial supported upon an oval mahogany base, 13" high overall (dome missing)£100-150
915.    Mahogany balloon two train mantel clock with Japy Freres movement, the 4.75" white dial within a shaped case inlaid with an oval paterae and boxwood lines, 13.5" high£220-280
916.    Arts & Crafts mahogany mantel timepiece with W & H movement, the 4.5" square brass dial within a geometric panelled carved case, 11" high£50-80
917.    Mahogany two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a gong, the 4.25" silvered dial within a rounded arched case inlaid with a paterae and boxwood lines, 10.25" high£120-160
918.    Oak two train shelf clock striking on a gong, the 4.5" silvered dial within a glazed case with metal foliate mounts, 12" high£25-45
919.    Portico style drumhead mantel timepiece, the 2.5" cream dial signed Oldfields Limited, Liverpool, within a drumhead casing supported upon four columns and a turned circular base, surmounted by a brass acorn finial, 12.5" high£80-120
920.    Black slate and green marble two train drumhead mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 4.5" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement signed Henri Marc, Paris, within a scrolling stepped case, 22" wide£200-300
921.    French gilded spelter two train figural mantel clock, with battery operated movement, the 3.25" white dial signed Henri Marc a Paris, within a drumhead casing attended by a peasant boy and upon an ornate base with floral porcelain panels, 11" high£25-45
922.    Alabaster two train mantel clock, the movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3.25" onyx dial within a stepped scrolling case surmounted by an urn finial, 12.5" high£120-160
923.    Good mahogany patent Napoleon hat two train mantel clock, the patent movement striking the hours and quarters on five gongs, stamped on the back plate with the patent number 25242, the 4" silvered dial within a chevron banded case, 6.75" high
*This clock is sold with a copy of the original patent specification papers dated 1920*£150-250
924.    Black slate and ormolu mounted two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a gong, the 4.25" cream dial with pierced foliate gilded mask, within a temple case, 18" high£60-90
925.    Black slate and red marble two train drumhead mantel clock, the movement striking on a bell, the 4" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed visible escapement, within a scrolling stepped case, 18" wide£150-200
926.    Black slate and coloured marble two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a gong, the 3.75" cream chapter ring enclosing a gilded centre, within a temple stepped case£60-90
927.    Unusual and decorative brown and grey marble two train mantel clock, the S. Marti movement with outside countwheel and striking on a bell, the 3.75" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed centre with visible escapement signed Maresco, La Haye. du. Puits, within a stepped case surmounted by a tazza, 14.5" high£120-180
928.    Good French ormolu and porcelain mounted two train drumhead mantel clock, the movement striking on a bell, the 4.5" porcelain dial painted with a garland of flowers to the centre, within an ornate foliate cast case decorated with floral swags and upon a shaped carved wooden stand, 13.25" high overall£350-550
929.    American oak gingerbread two train mantel clock by The Wm. L. Gilbert Clock Co., the 5" white dial within a glazed and carved case, 20.5" high£15-30
930.    Large mahogany two train balloon mantel clock striking on a large bell, the engraved back plate and 8" white dial signed Thomas Pace, London, within a later satinwood banded shaped case, 21" high£1200-1600
931.    Black slate two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a gong, the 3.75" cream chapter ring enclosing a gilded centre, within a temple case surmounted by a cupola, 14" high£40-60
932.    Black slate and green marble two train mantel clock, the movement striking on a gong, the 4.5" cream chapter ring enclosing a gilded matted centre, within a temple case, 12" high£40-60
933.    Unusual Arts & Crafts style painted pottery timepiece, the movement striking on a bell, the 5" pewter dial with Arabic numerals, within a painted case over the figure of a crouching athletic man striking a large bell in a pillared recess under the dial, 18.5" high£300-400
934.    Novelty Black Forest cuckoo timepiece in the form of a tower, the 2.5" white dial within an oak crenellated case with the cuckoo appearing from a tower on the roof, 14.5" high£40-80
935.    Large French brass two train bracket clock, the Japy Freres movement with outside countwheel striking on a bell, the 3.5" cream floral painted dial within an ornate stepped case with scrolling feet and surmounted by an urn finial, 25" high£500-800
936.    Reproduction French Boulle two train mantel clock, the 6.5" gilded dial with Roman enamel cartouche numerals, within a wasted case with gilded metal mounts, 23" high; also with a matching wall bracket£150-250
940.    Negretti & Zambra brass cased pocket barometer with compass inset to the reverse, no. 11268, 48mm; with original Morocco travel case£80-120
941.    Walnut cased barograph signed Wilson Warden & Co Limited, London, no. 4871/45, within a glazed case with brass carrying handle, 12.25" wide£120-160
942.    Mahogany cased barograph, inscribed E.P. Mallory, Bath, within a glazed case supported upon a moulded plinth, 14.25" wide; also a small quantity of barograph papers£200-300
943.    Mahogany barograph within a glazed rectangular stepped case, 14.25" long; also a small quantity of scaled papers£150-200
944.    Brass lacquered pocket barometer, the circular silvered dial inset with a compass, signed H. Pearce, Huddersfield, 47mm, original case£80-120
945.    Holosteric barometer, the 4.25" white dial signed T. Rowley, 128 St James St, Brighton, within a brass bulkhead style case with ring handle (a.f)£20-40
946.    Oak cased clock/barometer, the 3.5" cream clock dial over the 4.25" white barometer dial fitted with a thermometer, both contained within a circular foliate carved case, 12.75" diameter, with wooden stand; also two other aneroid barometers (3)£50-80
947.    Oak banjo aneroid barometer/thermometer, the 7.5" white dial within a carved shaped case£30-50
948.    Mahogany two glass wheel barometer with a 7.5" dial, 36.5" high£20-40
949.    Mahogany four glass banjo barometer, the 10" silvered dial within a shaped case inlaid with boxwood lines and surmounted by a broken arch swan neck pediment (no tube)£80-120
950.    Good rosewood four glass banjo barometer signed C. Gerletti, Glasgow, the 9" silvered dial within a satinwood crossbanded case surmounted by a swan neck pediment and urn finial£500-750
951.    Good early mahogany banjo barometer/thermometer, the 9" gilded dial signed G. Broggil Fecit, within a crossbanded case inlaid with stylised floral roundels and oval framed conch shells surmounted by a broken arch pediment and urn finial£500-800
952.    Rosewood five glass onion top banjo barometer with 8" silvered dial, the case painted with trailing foliage border decoration£120-160
953.    Oak banjo aneroid barometer/thermometer, the 8" enamelled chapter ring enclosing a skeletonised centre, within a foliate carved case£80-120
954.    Oak banjo barometer/thermometer, the 8" silvered dial signed Negretti & Zambra, London, the case with C-scroll moulded borders £70-100
955.    Admiral Fitzroy barometer within a well carved glazed oak case, 49.5" high£180-240
956.    Rosewood four glass wheel barometer, the 11" silvered dial signed C. A. Canti, the case inlaid with a continuous border of mother of pearl birds amidst scrolling foliage and flowers, surmounted by a swan neck pediment and brass acorn finial£250-350
957.    Large oak banjo barometer, the 13" silvered dial signed Samuel, Louth, within a foliate and C-scroll carved case£200-300
958.    Rosewood five glass onion top banjo barometer with 8" silvered dial£120-160
959.    Oak barometer/thermometer, the 8" gilded dial signed John Barker & Co Limited, Kensington, within a carved oak case£25-45
960.    Mahogany four glass banjo barometer, signed Riva, 10 Kings Place, Commercial Road, the 8" silvered dial within a tapering case surmounted by a broken arch pediment and brass urn finial£70-100
961.    Oak aneroid barometer/thermometer, the 8" dial within a foliate carved case, 34" high£40-70
962.    Oak cased aneroid barometer/thermometer, the 8" cream dial signed Hague, Optician, Bath, within a floral and foliate carved case surmounted by an arched stepped cornice, 40" high£50-80
963.    Mahogany five glass banjo barometer signed Simmons, the 9" silvered dial within a crossbanded case surmounted by a broken arch pediment (a.f)£100-200
964.    Small and thin oak stick barometer with silvered scale and rounded cistern cover, 33.5" high£350-450
965.    Early mahogany banjo barometer/thermometer, the 9" gilded dial signed P. Comolli & Co., High St., Dudley, the case inlaid with stylised floral roundels, oval framed conch shells within boxwood banding, surmounted by an architectural broken arch pediment (a.f)£200-300
966.    Light oak cased clock/barometer, the drumhead timepiece with 3.25" white dial over a thermometer and barometer with 4.75" white dial, within a foliate carved case in the form of an anchor, 24" high£150-250
967.    Mahogany stick barometer signed R. Bradley, Staindrop on the paper scale, over a panelled trunk and square cistern cover surmounted by a fretwork broken arch cornice (a.f)£400-600
968.    Mahogany rounded top stick barometer signed Thomas Johnson on the silvered scale within a glazed case over a boxwood banded trunk and oval cistern cover£650-850
969.    Mahogany rounded top stick barometer signed Abraham, Optician, Liverpool on the ivory scale, also fitted with a thermometer, over a tube cover and hemispherical cistern cover£600-800
970.    Mahogany stick barometer signed I. Dotti & Co., Carlisle on the silvered brass scale, also fitted with a thermometer within a herringbone veneered case with ebony stringing, concentric chequered inlay to the hemispherical cistern cover and surmounted by an architectural broken arch pediment£400-600
971.    Mahogany stick barometer, the silvered scale signed Dolland, London over a figured trunk and spherical cistern cover£500-800
972.    Good small mahogany four glass banjo barometer signed G. Ballard, Frome, the 6" silvered dial within a figured mahogany case surmounted by a swan neck pediment and brass urn finial£400-600
973.    English mahogany stick barometer signed John Davis, Optician, Leeds on the brass scale plate, over a fluted canted trunk and spherical cistern cover, surmounted by a broken arched pediment£600-800
974.    Brass Fortin barometer, inscribed 'Edney' Fortin Barometer on a plate over the silvered scale and rectangular trunk inscribed Casella, London, fitted with a thermometer, upon a mahogany backboard£150-250
975.    French brass ship's stick barometer, the silvered angled scale signed Depot de la Marine no. 67, J. Salleron a Paris on a plate over an inset thermometer, 35" high£150-250
981.    Mahogany single fusee wall clock, the 10" cream dial signed W. Mann, Gloucester, within an arched case with long glazed door, 42" high£150-250
982.    Good walnut and ebonised single weight Vienna regulator, the 7" white dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within a glazed fluted case surmounted by an arched moulded cornice and three turned finials, 50" high£250-350
983.    Black Forest cuckoo clock, the 5.5" dial within a chalet case carved with fruiting vines and a running fox, 22" high£60-100
984.    Black Forest cuckoo clock, the 6" dial within a chalet case carved with fruiting vines, 21" high£60-100
985.    Continental hook and spike lantern clock movement, the 12" brass arched dial signed F. L. Lebrum, Namur, 1779 on a silvered disc to the arch, over a silvered chapter ring enclosing a stylised foliate and floral engraved centre, with weight and pendulum£200-400
986.    Walnut Vienna two train regulator with calendar, the 5.25" white dial over three calendar apertures and within a glazed and turned pillared case, 40" high£500-800
987.    Oak wall dial, the 9.75" white dial within a turned surround£20-40
988.    Rosewood single weight Viennese regulator wall clock, the 7.5" white dial signed A. Fettinger in Wien with subsidiary seconds dial, the glazed case inlaid with mother of pearl foliate motifs within barley twist pillars and surmounted by a wavy moulded cornice, 42" high£600-1000
989.    Good and rare walnut two train Vienna regulator with French and English interchangeable calendar work, the 7" white dial over triple calendar apertures, within a finely turned and glazed carved case, 47" high£550-750
990.    Mahogany single fusee 12" drop dial wall clock signed John Pearce, Littlehampton, within a turned surround£200-300
991.    Brass ship's bulkhead wall timepiece, the 5.5" cream dial with subsidiary seconds dial and slow/fast lever, mounted onto a mahogany circular moulded board£30-50
992.    Small walnut two train Vienna type regulator, the 5" white dial within a turned glazed case surmounted by a rearing horse, 35" high£60-90
993.    Brass and steel ship's bulkhead two train wall clock, the 7" white dial with on/off and fast/slow levers£50-80
994.    French vineyard two train clock, the 9" white dial signed Remmant Romilly-s-Seine, within a geometric mother of pearl inlaid surround and ebonised wavy shaped case, 24" high£50-80
995.    Mahogany single fusee 12" wall dial signed Thwaites & Reed, Clerkenwell, within a turned surround£250-350
996.    Oak single train 10" wall dial signed Enfield within a turned surround£50-80
997.    Walnut two train Vienna regulator, the 7" cream chapter ring enclosing a repousse gilded centre, within a glazed and turned pillared case, 42.5" high£70-100
998.    American mahogany two train wall clock by Jonathan Burr, the 10.5" square painted dial over a glazed door with turned ebonised pillars, 35" high; also another two train wall clock, the 8.5" square dial within a glazed case with turned fluted pillars, 43" high (2)£50-80
999.    Seth Thomas mahogany 12" circular wall dial within a turned surround; also an oak two train 9" drop dial wall clock within an octagonal surround over a pendulum shaped window, 22.5" high (2)£60-90
1000.   Welch, Spring & Co American walnut 12" two train drop dial wall clock, within a wavy fluted surround over a tablet inscribed "The Hancock House" and canted lower section inlaid with a stylised foliate motif, 31" high£80-120
1001.   G.P.O. mahogany 8" circular wall dial timepiece within a turned surround£80-120
1002.   Oak single fusee 8" wall dial within a turned surround£80-120
1003.   G.P.O. mahogany single fusee 12" drop dial wall clock within a turned surround, 20.5" high£120-180
1004.   Ansonia two train 12" drop dial wall clock£30-60
1005.   Good mahogany double fusee drop dial wall clock, the 12" convex cream dial signed Jas Lee, Peter St. Liverpool, within an octagonal beaded surround inlaid with geometric foliate brass motifs over the pendulum window flanked by carved fan ears, 29" high overall£600-900
1006.   German mahogany and brass ship's wheel two train bulkhead wall clock, the 5.25" white dial and movement signed Schatz, 13.5" diameter overall£30-50
1007.   Contemporary mahogany double weight Vienna regulator, the 6" white dial within a glazed case surmounted by a stepped pediment, 44" high£120-180
1008.   Contemporary Dutch wall clock, the 5.5" square dial with silvered chapter ring surmounted by pierced gilded metal figures and mounted upon a shaped mahogany backboard, 23" high£60-100
1009.   Contemporary German mahogany three train wall clock, the 5.5" cream dial signed Schmeckenbecher, within a glazed case with moulded arched pediment, 26" high£100-150
1010.   American walnut two train 12" drop dial wall clock, within an octagonal wavy shaped surround and inlaid overall with chevron borders, 31" high£100-150
1011.   Oak three train wall clock, the 6.25" cream dial within a bevelled glazed case surmounted by a moulded pediment, 25" high£50-80
1012.   American mahogany ogee two train wall clock by Seth Thomas, the 9.25" square painted dial over a frosted glazed door, 29.25" high£50-80
1013.   Contemporary oak wall timepiece, the 12" white dial signed Warmink with subsidiary seconds dial, over a moulded trunk, 38" high£70-100
1014.   Mahogany single fusee 12" wall dial signed W. Warren, London, within a ringed turned surround£300-500
1015.   American mahogany ogee two train wall clock by Welch, the 8.5" square painted dial over a tablet of Merchants' Exchange, Philadelphia, 26" high£40-80
1016.   Good figured walnut and ebonised double weight Vienna regulator, the 6.25" white dial within a glazed case surmounted by a moulded arched cornice and turned finial, 50" high£350-550
1017.   Walnut and ebonised single weight Vienna regulator, the 6.25" white dial with subsidiary seconds dial, within a fluted shaped glazed case surmounted by a moulded arched cornice and finial, 48" high£300-500
1018.   Brass bulkhead ship's timepiece, the 5.5" white dial with slow/fast lever£45-65
1019.   Large mahogany single fusee 16" wall dial within a foliate carved fancy turned surround£400-600
1020.   Jerome & Co thirty hour rosewood ogee wall clock, the 9" square dial over a marine scene tablet, 26.25" high£20-40
1021.   Walnut single fusee 12" wall dial signed Thomas Ridley, London, within an octagonal surround£300-500
1022.   American walnut two train wall clock, the 8" cream dial within a profusely inlaid glazed case flanked by baluster turned pillars over a scrolling base, 39" high£100-140
1023.   Contemporary mahogany two train wall clock, the 6.25" white dial signed Condor, 31 days, within a glazed case surmounted by a shaped arched stepped pediment, 22.75" high£40-60
1024.   Walnut wall timepiece, the 3.75" dial over a thermometer and barometer within a pillared shaped case, 22" high£60-90
1025.   Walnut and rosewood single weight Vienna regulator, the 7" white chapter ring enclosing a recessed centre with visible escapement, within a glazed and fluted case inlaid with brass and pewter stylised foliate motifs, 43" high£350-550
1026.   French wall timepiece with passing strike on a bell, the 4.25" white enamel dial within a blackened metal casing, 11" high overall£100-150
1027.   Smiths bakelite twelve minute wall timer, the 8" buff dial with subsidiary minutes dial within a turned case£30-60
1028.   Mahogany single fusee 12" wall dial within a turned surround£220-280
1029.   Ebonised single weight Vienna regulator, the 6.5" white dial with subsidiary seconds dial within a glazed and pillared carved case, 41" high (missing finials)£200-300
1030.   Mahogany double fusee 12" wall dial signed Alex Grant, Bromley Road 33-35 London, within a turned surround£350-550
1031.   French oak and ebonised two train vineyard wall clock, the 9" white dial within an oak surround and ebonised wavy fluted case£50-80
1032.   Oak double weight Vienna regulator, the 7" white dial within a glazed case flanked by fluted pilasters and surmounted by a triangular carved pediment, 50" high£200-300
1033.   Walnut two train quarter striking ting-tang Vienna regulator, the 7" cream dial over a strapwork carved glazed panel fitted with a circular barometer, the case with turned and fluted supports surmounted by an arched pediment with ball finial, 57" high£250-350
1034.   Small walnut and ebonised single weight Vienna regulator, the 4.5" white recessed dial within a glazed arched case with fluted ebonised columns, 36" high£300-500
1035.   French mahogany two train wall clock, striking on a gong, the 6.25" white convex enamel dial within a good foliate carved asymmetrical case, 16" high £60-100
1036.   Unusual ebonised 12" wall dial signed A. Tabraham, Maker, with twenty-four hour Roman and Arabic numerals, within a turned surround£60-100
1037.   Mahogany single fusee 12" wall dial, indistinctly signed, within a turned surround£200-300
1038.   Good mahogany single fusee 12" drop dial wall clock, the convex dial signed J. Corbett, within a turned surround and over a pendulum window and brass inlaid lines£800-1200
1039.   American banjo wall timepiece, the 4.5" white dial signed The New Haven Clock Co USA over two glass panelled tablets, within a banjo shaped oak case, 23" high£120-180
1040.   Contemporary Dutch eight day weight driven wall clock, the 5" arched dial with moon phase to the arch over pierced shaped sides and back, 23" high£40-80
1041.   Ship's bulkhead timepiece, the 7.25" white dial with slow/fast lever, within a bevelled glass and brass case£40-70
1042.   Mahogany 12" drop dial wall clock signed Birch & Gaydon, 153 Fenchurch St, London, E.C., within an inlaid circular surround over a fretwork carved glass door, 24" high£50-80
1043.   Giltwood sunburst timepiece, the 5.25" cream dial with subsidiary seconds dial and slow/fast lever, within a drumhead brass case and outer carved wooden sunburst case, 24" wide overall£60-100
1044.   Arts & Crafts style three train wall clock, the movement striking and chiming on eight metal rods, the 10.5" brass dial mounted upon an oak wall bracket surmounted by a brass finial, 28" high£150-250
1045.   Walnut double weight Vienna regulator, the 6.25" cream dial with subsidiary seconds dial within a glazed and turned pillared case, 49" high£180-240
1046.   Walnut and oak Vienna timepiece, the 5" white dial within a glazed and turned pillared case, 26" high (pediment missing)£60-80
1047.   Smiths 12" two train wall dial within a turned wooden surround£35-55
1048.   Brass ship's bulkhead two train wall clock, the 5" white dial signed London Clock Co£50-80
1049.   Black Forest two train wall clock, the 4.5" white dial within a rural painted surround and ebonised case, 9.75" high£40-60
1050.   Walnut and oak two train Vienna regulator, the 6.25" cream chapter ring enclosing a gilded floral centre, within a glazed and turned pillared case, 24" high£45-65
1051.   Walnut two train Vienna regulator, the cream chapter ring enclosing a matted centre, within a glazed and turned pillared case, 41" high£80-120
1052.   Walnut two train Vienna regulator, the 4.75" white dial within a glazed and ring turned pillared case, 38" high£80-120
1053.   Walnut two train Vienna regulator, the 5" dark cream chapter ring enclosing a matted centre, within a glazed and turned pillared case, 22.5" high (lacks pediment)£35-55
1054.   No Lot
1055.   Mahogany single fusee 12" drop dial wall clock within an octagonal ebony and rosewood crossbanded surround£200-250
1056.   Small rosewood Black Forest alarm wall clock, the 5.5" cream dial signed C. Schrer & Co, 20 Bridge St, within an octagonal gadrooned surround inlaid with mother of pearl dots within brass lines£40-80
1057.   G.D.P.O. mahogany single fusee 12" wall dial within a turned surround£250-350
1058.   Brass ship's bulkhead timepiece, inscribed verso Made by F.W. Elliott Limited, Croydon, the 5.5" cream dial with subsidiary seconds dial£60-100
1059.   Black Forest shield wall clock, the 12" arched dial painted with bouquets of flowers on a cream ground (a.f)£30-60
1060.   Single fusee 12" wall dial signed Hancock.Cox & Co., Yeovil, with new built case (all in need of assembly)£70-100
1061.   Comtoise two train wall clock, the 8.5" white convex dial within an arched brass surround repousse with peasant ladies collecting summer fruits, 16" high£180-240
1062.   Mahogany postman's alarm wall clock, the 9.5" cream dial signed B. Kimich, Bath, within a convex glazed case and turned surround£50-80
1063.   Thirty hour wall clock, the 10.25" square brass dial signed Rayment, Huntingdon on the chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with single iron hand, the birdcage movement with outside countwheel, with pierced oak wall bracket£200-400
1064.   Good mahogany Great Western Railway single fusee 12" wall dial, bearing the G.W.R. circular logo, within a turned surround£700-1000
1065.   Massive Arts & Crafts oak drop dial wall clock, the movement with passing strike, deadbeat escapement and maintaining power, the weight operating on a pulley system and fitted with an integral pulley wheel, with wooden rod pendulum, the 22.5" cream dial signed Brock, 64, George St, Portman Sq, London, no. 1732 within an hexagonal carved surround over a moulded shaped door inscribed "The Gift of B. A. Wilcox, a Governor and Almoner, 1879", surmounted by a triangular pediment, 55" high£1000-1500
1066.   Mahogany inlaid two train 12" drop dial wall clock, within an octagonal moulded surround inlaid with a band of various coloured woods, over a pendulum window and scroll base, 28" high£50-80
1067.   Oak two train wall clock, the 6.25" white recessed dial within a carved glazed case, 40" high£60-100
1071.   Fourteen longcase clock weights (14)£50-100
1072.   Pair of early brass covered eight day longcase clock weights£50-80
1073.   Pair of early brass covered eight day longcase clock weights£50-80
1074.   Pair of month-going brass covered longcase clock weights and a pair of eight day brass covered longcase clock weights (4)£80-140
1075.   Two pairs of iron longcase clock weights and another pair of old lead weights (6)£25-45
1076.   Two pairs of brass cased longcase clock weights (one brass casing missing)£100-150
1077.   Pair of brass cased longcase clock weights (2)£150-250
1078.   Pair of iron longcase clock weights£30-50
1079.   The musical train of a longcase clock movement playing on eight bells, 10.75" high£250-350
1080.   Three various longcase clock movements (3)£60-90
1081.   Eight day longcase clock movement, the 12" brass arched dial signed Jonathan Robinson, Westminster on an arched plate to the matted centre, also with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, strike/silent engraved dial to the arch£550-750
1082.   Eight day longcase clock movement, the 11.25" arched brass dial signed L. Beyer Holgersen, Kjobenhavn on a copper boss to the arch over a silvered dial enclosing an engraved centre; also another thirty hour longcase clock movement with 11" square painted dial (2)£100-150
1083.   Thirty hour longcase posted movement with outside countwheel, the 11" square brass dial signed Peter Bower, Redlynch on the chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with a single iron pierced hand£350-450
1084.   Eight day longcase clock movement, the 13" circular dial signed Gardner, Belfast, with subsidiary seconds dial£100-150
1085.   Eight day longcase clock movement, the 12" square brass dial signed Joseph Marshall, Leicester to the floral and C-scroll engraved centre, with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture£100-150
1086.   Thirty hour longcase clock movement, the 10" square painted dial with central alarm dial£80-120
1087.   Thirty hour longcase clock movement, the 11" square brass dial signed Budgen, Croyden, the birdcage movement with outside countwheel (with pendulum but no weights)£150-250
1088.   Eight day movement, the 11" square brass dial signed William Ball, Bister on an oval silvered boss to the matted centre, with arched silvered calendar aperture£200-300
1089.   Eight day longcase clock movement, the 12" brass arched dial signed Valentine Downs, Louth on a silvered disc to the arch over a silvered chapter ring enclosing a subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture to the matted centre, with weights, pendulum and winding key£600-800
1090.   Good eight day longcase clock movement, the 12" square brass dial signed Jo Cooper, Whitchurch on the silvered chapter ring, enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial, ringed winding holes and calendar aperture£450-650
1091.   Eight day longcase clock movement, the 12.25" painted square dial signed Nathaniel Cavell, Ipswich, with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials£150-200
1092.   Eight day longcase clock movement, the 13" painted arched dial signed J. Kinstley, Tonypandy, with subsidiary seconds dial painted with a bridge over a river scene to the arch entitle Old Weir Bridge, Killarney with further rural paintings to the spandrels£150-200
1093.   Eight day longcase clock movement with deadbeat escapement and maintaining power, the 14" cream painted circular dial signed Donegan, Dublin£300-500
1094.   Eight day longcase clock movement, the 12.25" circular dial with subsidiary seconds dial painted with gilded Roman numerals on a black ground£150-200
1095.   Early 10" square brass dial signed John Ebsworth, Londini fecit to the floral engraved centre£150-250
1096.   Thirty hour longcase clock movement, the 12" square brass dial signed Thomas Lister, Luddenden, enclosing an engraved centre with Halifax moon style circular aperture flanked by two smaller ringed apertures over an arched calendar aperture£350-550
1097.   Eight day longcase clock movement, the 12" silvered arched dial signed William Jeffries, Maldon, with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, the arch with a painted automata rocking figure of Father Time (with two weights and pendulum)£400-600
1098.   Eight day longcase clock movement, the 12" painted arched dial signed J. Stratton, Devizes to the arch, over a subsidiary seconds dial and arched calendar aperture£320-380
1099.   Interesting Viennese Grand Sonnerie eight day longcase clock movement, the front plate signed Gottwalt A.N., the 11.5" brass dial with silvered chapter ring enclosing a brass centre with two silver plated rimmed winding holes£400-600
1100.   Fine three train longcase clock movement, the 12" brass arched dial signed Simon Decharmes, London, with subsidiary strike/silent dial to the arch over a subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture to the matted centre, the five pillar movement chiming the quarters on six bells (sold with possibly the original key); also a contemporary (possibly original) mahogany longcase clock hood with moulded arched cornice and stepped caddy top over fine foliate pierced fretwork carved panels, with three brass finials£1800-2500
1105.   Oak case with aperture for a 12" arched dial, the long door flanked by fluted pilasters, surmounted by a swan neck pediment, 87" high£120-180
1106.   Pine case with aperture for a 10" square dial, with long door and surmounted by a stepped pediment, 80" high£120-180
1107.   Oak case with aperture for a 12" arched dial, the case with medium length door and surmounted by a swan neck pediment, 88" high£120-180
1108.   Oak and mahogany crossbanded case with aperture for a 12" arched dial, the case with long moulded arched door inlaid with a paterae and surmounted by a moulded arched cornice, 74" high£150-200
1109.   Oak case with aperture for a 10.5" square dial, the case with short door and surmounted by a moulded stepped cornice, 76" high£80-140
1110.   Mahogany case with aperture for an 11" square dial, the case with short door inlaid with chevron banding and boxwood and ebony lines, surmounted by a triangular moulded pediment, 80" high£200-300
1111.   Oak case with aperture for an 11" square dial, the case with long door and surmounted by a swan neck pediment, 81" high£120-180
1112.   Oak case with aperture for a 12" arched dial, the case with long arched door and surmounted by an arched moulded cornice with foliate carved pediment, 86" high£200-300
1113.   Mahogany and satinwood crossbanded case with aperture for a 13" arched dial, with short door flanked by cabled turned columns and surmounted by a wavy rounded arched pediment, 84" high£150-250
1114.   Oak case with aperture for a 10" square dial, with long arched moulded door and surmounted by a wavy pediment, 83" high£300-400
1115.   Golden oak case with aperture for an 11" square dial with short arched door inlaid with a central paterae and flanked by quarter fluted pilasters, surmounted by an architectural broken arch pediment, 88" high£200-400
1116.   Good Bristol mahogany case with aperture for a 12" arched dial, with short flamed door inlaid with boxwood lines and flanked by inlaid canted corners, surmounted by a wavy arched movement door and swan neck pediment, 88" high£400-600
1117.   Oak eight day longcase clock, the 12" square brass dial with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture to the floral engraved centre, the case with short mahogany crossbanded inlaid door and surmounted by a swan neck pediment with brass pressed rosettes, 83" high£650-850
1118.   Good oak eight day longcase clock, the 11" square brass dial signed H. Lough, Penrith on a silver disc to the matted centre over an arched calendar aperture and within a silvered chapter ring, the case with long wavy arched door and moulded stepped pediment, 79" high£1000-1500
1119.   Good oak eight day longcase clock, the 12" brass arched dial signed J. Wilkinson, Wigton to the floral engraved matted centre, with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, also with silvered convex boss to the arch engraved with a sun face, the case with long pointed arched door flanked by quarter fluted pilasters and surmounted by a swan neck pediment with brass pressed rosettes and ball and spike finial, 91" high£2200-2800
1120.   Contemporary longcase clock, the 10.5" arched dial within a glazed case with moulded arched cornice, 73" high£70-100
1121.   1930s oak granddaughter clock with Whittington chimes on eight rods, the 6" square silvered chapter ring within a plain stepped case, 52.5" high£40-80
1122.   Early 20th century oak three train longcase clock, the 10.5" brass arched dial with chime/silent and Westminster/Winchester/Whittington subsidiary dials to the arch over a silvered chapter ring and matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial, the movement chiming and striking on twelve rods, within a moulded arched glazed case, 77" high£1000-1500
1123.   Good mid-20th century mahogany longcase regulator, the 10.5" cream dial signed Jacob a Paris, with subsidiary seconds and 12-hour dials, within a glazed arched case supported upon a panelled base and moulded plinth, 72" high
*MONTH DURATION*£800-1200
1124.   Small ebonised regulator, the 13" silvered dial with subsidiary seconds dial, the movement with maintaining power and deadbeat escapement, within an arched glazed case over a moulded panelled base, 71.5" high£1000-1500
1125.   1930's oak two train granddaughter clock, the 5.75" silvered dial within an arched beaded case, 48" high£40-80
1126.   Early 20th century oak three train grandmother clock, the 7.5" arched brass dial with silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre, the case with long panelled door and surmounted by a moulded arched cornice, 66.5" high£150-250
1127.   1930's oak two train grandmother clock, the 5.5" white dial within an arched beaded case, 52" high£40-80
1128.   Oak and mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 12" painted arched dial signed Slater, Lichfield, with painted rural scene to the arch over a subsidiary seconds dial and arched calendar aperture, the case with short chevron and mahogany crossbanded door and surmounted by a broken arch swan neck pediment, 88" high£300-400
1129.   Mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 13" painted arched dial signed K. Ganz, Swansea, with subsidiary seconds dial and arched calendar aperture, painted to the spandrels and arch with rural scenes, the case with short door inlaid overall with chevron banding and boxwood lines, surmounted by a wavy arched cornice, 88" high£450-650
1130.   Mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 13" painted arched dial signed Arthur P. Davies, Newcastle, Emlyn, with subsidiary seconds dial and arched calendar aperture, painted to the spandrels and arch with castles overlooking mountainous lakesides, the case with short door inlaid overall with chevron banding and boxwood lines, surmounted by a wavy rounded arched cornice, 84" high£450-650
1131.   Oak eight day longcase clock, the 12" painted arch dial signed R. Bolt, Guernsey with subsidiary seconds dial and arched calendar aperture, the case with long moulded arched door and surmounted by a moulded stepped arched cornice with three ball finials, 85" high£600-800
1132.   Walnut eight day longcase clock, the 12.5" brass and silvered arched dial signed James Duncan, Old Meldrum, with moon phase to the arch over a subsidiary seconds dial and arched calendar aperture, the case with long arched door surmounted by a moulded arched cornice, 85" high£550-750
1133.   Good mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 14" circular white dial signed Peter Keir, Dalkeith with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, the case with long moulded arched door flanked by quarter fluted pilasters, surmounted by a rounded moulded cornice over a brass bezel glazed door, 85" high£1200-1800
1134.   Good eight day longcase clock, the 14" circular silvered dial signed William Latch, Newport, with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, the flamed case with short beaded moulded door, surmounted by a rounded cornice, 90" high£1000-1500
1135.   Mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 12" painted arched dial signed B. Lantier, Bath to the arch over a subsidiary seconds dial and arched calendar aperture, the ebony and boxwood banded case with short drawer and surmounted by a swan neck pediment and gilded ball and eagle finial, 84" high£300-500
1136.   Good mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 13" painted arched dial signed F. Faller, Rhymey, with subsidiary seconds dial and arched calendar aperture, painted with a Church within a mountainous lakeland scene to the arch and various buildings to the quadrants, the highly flamed case with short crossbanded wavy door flanked by baluster turned columns, surmounted by a swan neck pediment, 88" high£400-700
1137.   Black lacquer and chinoiserie decorated eight day longcase clock, the 12" brass arched dial signed Samuel Harris, London on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, with silvered ring dial to the arch inscribed 'Tempus Fugit' enclosing an engraved sunburst, the case with long moulded arched door, surmounted by a moulded stepped cornice, 87" high£1200-1800
1138.   Oak eight day longcase clock, the 13" painted arched dial signed McGregor & Son, Dunse with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, painted with a rural scene of Dryburg Abbey to the arch, the case with medium size arched door flanked by plain pillars and surmounted by a swan neck pediment, 80" high£400-600
1139.   Early 20th century ebonised three train longcase clock, the 10" circular silvered dial over a long glazed door and surmounted by a rounded arched top carved with flowerheads and foliage, 83" high£80-150
1140.   Stained pine eight day longcase clock, the 12" painted arched dial signed Jonathan Morgan, Narbeth, with subsidiary seconds dial and arched calendar aperture, the plain case with long door and surmounted by a swan neck pediment, 83" high£300-500
1141.   Large figured mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 14" painted arched dial signed J. Calloway Junior, Leeds, with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, the spandrels painted with ruined Churches and the arch with a girl and her dog by a stile, the case with short door flanked by turned pillars over a circular panelled base and surmounted by a broken arch swan neck moulded pediment, 91" high£600-900
1142.   Oak thirty hour longcase clock, the 10.75" square brass dial signed William Lane, Calne, on the silvered chapter ring, enclosing a matted centre with calendar aperture, the case with long door fitted with a circular lenticle and surmounted by a moulded stepped cornice, 84" high£450-650
1143.   Oak thirty hour longcase clock, the 11" square brass dial with silvered chapter ring enclosing a foliate engraved silvered centre signed Phill Smith, Barton over a calendar aperture, the case with long door and surmounted by a stepped moulded cornice, 76" high£600-900
1144.   Oak and mahogany crossbanded eight day longcase clock, the 13" painted arched dial with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, painted with an oval marine vignette to the arch, the case with long mahogany crossbanded door flanked by quarter fluted pilasters and surmounted by a broken moulded swan neck pediment and brass urn finial, 93.5" high£800-1200
1145.   Scottish mahogany eight day drumhead longcase clock, the 13" cream dial signed Jonathan Patterson, Airdie, with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, the case with tapering moulded glazed trunk over a panelled base, 75.5" high£600-900
1146.   Scottish mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 13" circular dial signed Frances Keane, Newry, with subsidiary seconds dial, the medium sized door with wavy top, surmounted by a moulded arched cornice, 78" high£600-900
1147.   Good oak eight day longcase clock, signed William Cook, Kingston on a plate to the matted centre with silvered sunburst engraved seconds dial and calendar aperture, the arch with automata seesaw before a painted fortified village scene, the case with long moulded arched door, surmounted by a moulded rounded arched cornice and caddy top with three brass ball and spike finials, 93" high£1800-2400
1148.   Good green lacquer and chinoiserie decorated eight day longcase clock, the 11.5" brass arched dial signed John Baylis, Tewkesbury on the silvered scale over a moon phase aperture, the silvered dial enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the case with long arched moulded door and base decorated with figures in pagoda garden river landscapes, surmounted by a caddy top with three gilded ball and spike finials, 98" high£2200-2800
1149.   Good mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 13" painted arched dial signed D. Eardley, Aberavon, with moon phase to the arch over a subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the flamed case with short door inlaid with chequered banding and flanked by cabled turned columns, with further chequered banding to the trunk and base, surmounted by a wavy rounded arched cornice, 85" high£900-1200
1150.   Black lacquer and chinoiserie decorated eight day longcase clock, the 12" brass arched dial signed Bennet Harvey, Weymouth to the foliate engraved centre, with subsidiary seconds dial, calendar aperture and circular silvered plaque to the arch engraved with Father Time, the case with long moulded arched door decorated with figures in pagoda garden landscapes, surmounted by a caddy top, 88" high£1200-1800
1151.   Mahogany astronomical regulator, the 14" white dial signed W. Seddon, Manchester, with subsidiary seconds and hour dials, the substantial size pillar movement with deadbeat escapement and glass mercury pendulum, the case with long arched glazed door with ebony canted corners over a moulded panelled flamed base, surmounted by a foliate carved cornice, 84" high£2000-3000
1152.   Mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 13" silvered dial signed Jonathan Thwaites, London, with subsidiary seconds dial, the movement with maintaining power and deadbeat escapement striking on a gong fixed to the back board, the case with medium length moulded arched door flanked by quarter fluted pilasters over a moulded panelled base, surmounted by a rounded arched pediment, 77" high (a.f)£2000-4000
1153.   Fine arabesque marquetry eight day longcase clock with five pillar movement, the 12" square brass dial signed George Etherington, London on the silvered dial, enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial, ringed winding holes and calendar aperture, the case inlaid all over with mythical birds amidst arabesque foliate marquetry, the long beaded moulded door fitted with a circular glass lenticle with brass bezel, the figured walnut sides inlaid with boxwood lines, surmounted by a moulded stepped cornice over a foliate pierced fretwork panel, 87" high, with probably original brass case weights, pendulum and winder£15000-20000
1154.   Black lacquer and chinoiserie decorated eight day longcase clock with five pillar movement, the 12" arched dial signed George Lindsay, London on an arched plate to the matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial within a silvered chapter ring with strike/silent dial to the arch, the case with long arched moulded door decorated with gilded pagoda landscapes, surmounted by a stepped cornice, 88" high£2000-3000