Clocks and Barometers
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A late 19th/early 20th Century lacquered brass carriage clock with eight day movement striking on a gong, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, the glazed case with swing handle on bracket feet, height approx 15cm, together with leather travelling case (some faults).
Hammer price: £80
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An early 19th Century mahogany wheel barometer with alcohol thermometer and silvered dials, inscribed 'Carley Thetford', the case with broken arch pediment above inlaid flowerhead and shell patera within boxwood and ebony stringing, height approx 96cm (minor faults).
Hammer price: £110
An 18th Century longcase clock with thirty hour movement striking on a bell, the square brass dial with Roman hour numerals and outer Arabic minutes, framing a matt centre engraved with a pheasant and inscribed 'John Tribe Petworth', the hood with moulded pediment and glazed door, the trunk with arched door above a plain base and plinth, height approx 188.5cm, with pendulum, weight and winder (alterations and restoration).
Hammer price: £380
A late 19th Century burr walnut cased drop dial wall clock with eight day movement striking on a gong, the painted dial with black Roman numerals, the octagonal surround and apron with brass line and star inlay, height approx 42cm, with pendulum.
Hammer price: £130
An early 20th Century walnut cased circular wall timepiece with brass single fusee movement, the painted circular dial with Roman numerals, diameter approx 29cm, with pendulum.
Hammer price: £220
A late 19th Century slate mantel clock with eight day movement striking on a bell, the dial with gilt Roman numerals, height approx 28cm, with pendulum and winding key, together with a walnut cased mantel clock, height approx 37.5cm, with pendulum and winding key.
Hammer price: £38
A George III oak and mahogany crossbanded longcase clock with eight day movement striking on a bell, the square brass dial with matt centre framed by a chapter ring inscribed 'RobT Woollen, Glastonbury', cornered with cast and pierced scroll spandrels, the hood with swan neck pediment above a glazed door and turned columns, the trunk with rectangular door on a plain base and plinth, height approx 194.5cm, with pendulum, winder and weight (one weight lacking).
Hammer price: £420
A George III oak and mahogany crossbanded longcase clock with thirty hour movement, the painted dial with date aperture and inscribed '... Cirencester', the hood with swan neck pediment above a glazed door and turned columns, the trunk with rectangular door, on a plain base and plinth, height approx 208cm, with pendulum and weight.
Hammer price: £190
A late 19th Century walnut cased Vienna style wall clock with eight day movement striking on a gong, the two-piece enamel dial with subsidiary seconds and Roman numerals, the arched case with carved scroll surmount above a glazed door and turned columns, the tapered apron with turned finials, height approx 120cm, with pendulum, winder and two weights.
Hammer price: £120
An Edwardian oak wheel barometer with mercury thermometer, the white opaline glass dial inscribed 'Henry Hughes & Sons ...', the carved oak case of anchor form, height approx 54cm (dial cracked).
Hammer price: £32
A late Victorian oak aneroid barometer with mercury thermometer, the ceramic circular dial inscribed 'W Crambrook, Southampton', the case with broken arch pediment above a pair of Ionic columns and carved foliate surround and apron, height approx 99cm (minor faults).
Hammer price: £45
A late 19th Century simulated rosewood cased Vienna style wall timepiece, the two piece enamel dial with subsidiary seconds and Roman numerals, the case with arched surmount above a glazed door and tapered apron, height approx 100cm, with pendulum, weight, winder and apron finial (some faults).
Hammer price: £60
An early 20th Century mahogany cased mantel clock with eight day movement striking on a gong, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals, the arched case with boxwood stringing, on a plinth base, height approx 32.5cm, with pendulum and winder, together with a gilt spelter bedroom timepiece of scroll moulded form, height approx 10.5cm.
Hammer price: £20
An early 20th Century German oak mantel clock with eight day movement striking on gongs, the silvered arch dial with Arabic numerals, slow/fast, chime/silent indicators, and engraved with foliate decoration, the architectural case with a brass swing carrying handle, the moulded pediment above a glazed door flanked by canted corners on a plinth base with bun feet, height approx 45.5cm, with pendulum and key (faults).
Hammer price: £50
A late 19th/early 20th Century French gilt metal and enamel boudoir timepiece, the enamel dial with blue Roman numerals, the gilt metal case with cartouche surmount centred with the dial and movement within a red enamel surround painted with an amorini above a maiden, the stem modelled as a putto seated on a red enamelled dome base painted in white and pink with seated maidens, on scroll moulded feet, height approx 17cm (damage to enamel base).
Hammer price: £180
A lacquered brass and leather three drawer telescope, a brass and mahogany three drawer telescope, a brass and mahogany three drawer telescope, another telescope, two pairs of binoculars, a pair of opera glasses, a black painted magic lantern, pine cased, and a timepiece.
Hammer price: £85
A late 19th Century mahogany circular wall clock with brass single fusee movement, the painted dial with Roman numerals and inscribed 'John Nix, Eastbourne', diameter approx 38cm, with a pendulum and winder (some faults to dial).
Hammer price: £150
A 20th Century Italian gilt metal mounted walnut mantel clock with Franz Hermle eight day movement striking on two bells, the embossed dial with enamel hour plaques, the balloon case with scroll surmount and glazed door on foliate scroll feet, height approx 56cm, with pendulum and winder.
Hammer price: £70
A George III mahogany stick barometer, the silvered dial with mercury thermometer, vernier scale and inscribed 'Geoe Flote, Islington', the case with broken arch pediment, the hinged door and trunk with chequer inlaid banding above a turned cistern cover, height approx 97cm.
Hammer price: £400
A mid-20th Century mahogany mantel clock with eight day movement striking on a bell, the brass dial inscribed 'Elliott, London', the mahogany case with brass carry handle, height approx 26cm, with winding key.
Hammer price: £60