Clocks and Barometers
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A Victorian oak cased wheel aneroid barometer with mercury thermometer and ceramic dial, inscribed 'Hay & Lyall Opticians, Aberdeen', the case carved with thistle surmount and coat of arms apron, height approx 88cm.
Hammer price: £55
An Edwardian walnut arch cased mantel timepiece with gilt dial, the case with inlaid decoration.
Hammer price: £20
A 19th Century French gilt spelter and alabaster mantel clock with eight day movement striking on a bell, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and inscribed 'Henry Marc Paris', the drum shaped case surmounted with a cupid and putto, flanked by a pair of porcelain panels decorated with cupids, within Rococo scroll borders, on an alabaster base applied with a porcelain panel depicting a recumbent maiden, height approx 37cm, together with a pendulum.
Hammer price: £320
An Edwardian mahogany longcase clock with eight day movement striking on a bell, the brass break arch dial with silvered chapter ring framing a matt centre with subsidiary seconds, beneath a silvered boss to arch inscribed 'Richard Gregg, London', the hood with inlaid shell patera surmount flanked by brass ball and eagle finials, above a glazed door and fluted columns, the arched trunk door with oval inlaid patera repeated on the base within crossbanded border, on bracket feet, height approx 207cm, together with two weights and a pendulum.
Hammer price: £480
A late 19th Century French spelter and marble clock garniture, the clock with eight day movement striking on a bell, the enamel dial with Arabic numerals and painted flower festoons, the case surmounted with a fruit laden urn flanked by a seated putto, on a gilt metal mounted marble base and foliate feet, height approx 32cm, flanked by a pair of spelter urns and covers with three rams mask shouldered foliate legs and hoof feet, together with pendulum and key.
Hammer price: £350
An early 19th Century Scottish mahogany longcase clock with eight day movement striking on a bell, the painted circular dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds and date dials and inscribed '....Lanark', the circular moulded hood with hinged glazed door above carved foliate scroll mouldings, the tapered trunk with bow front door and turned pilasters on a panelled base and plinth, height approx 191cm, together with two weights and a pendulum.
Hammer price: £620
A George III mahogany longcase clock with eight day movement striking on a bell, the brass break arch dial with silvered chapter ring framing an engraved matt centre with subsidiary seconds and date aperture, beneath a silvered boss to the arch inscribed 'Jn Barr, Port Glasgow', all cornered with pierced gilt spandrels, the hood with swan neck pediment flanking a scallop shell surmount above a glazed door and fluted columns, the trunk with double arched door, flanked by fluted chamfer cut corners, on a plain base and bracket feet, height approx 201cm, together with two weighs and pendulum.
Hammer price: £360
A late 19th Century holosteric barometer with silvered dial fitted with mercury and alcohol thermometer tubes surrounding a visible mechanism, the spelter stand modelled as an eagle on a scroll moulded base, overall height approx 45.5cm.
Hammer price: £170
A late 19th Century German walnut mantel clock with eight day movement striking on a gong, the architectural case with turned finials on a plinth base and turned feet.
Hammer price: £55
A George V mahogany mantel clock and German beech cased circular alarm clock.
Hammer price: £44
A George III mahogany longcase clock with eight day movement striking on a bell, the painted break arch dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds and date aperture beneath a rolling moon to arch and inscribed 'John Collier, Cheadle', the hood with swan neck pediment surmounted by three brass ball and eagle finials, above a glazed door flanked by inlaid columns, the trunk with triple Gothic arched door on a chamfered base and ogee bracket feet, height approx 247cm, together with two weights and pendulum.
Hammer price: £1,100
A Smiths Jaeger gilt metal and glass electric mantel timepiece with rotating inner disc dials, on a black enamelled and gilt metal stand inscribed 'Smiths' and 'Jaeger', together with a Bulle electric mantel timepiece and a mahogany and amboyna mantel clock.
Hammer price: £120
A Victorian oak cased stick barometer, the silvered dial with vernier scale and inscribed 'H. Hughes, 59 Fenchurch St, London', the case with domed surmount, the trunk fitted with a mercury thermometer and cistern cover carved with foliate scroll medallion, height approx 96cm.
Hammer price: £400
A late 19th Century French ormolu and porcelain mounted mantel clock with eight day movement striking on a bell, the enamel dial inscribed 'Stevenard A Boulogne S/M', the back plate similarly stamped, the drum shaped case surmounted with trophies of war, on a cylindrical stem inset with a porcelain panel, flanked by acanthus leaf festoons on a Rococo scroll moulded base, height approx 28cm (lacking pendulum and porcelain panels to base).
Hammer price: £350
A late 19th Century German walnut mantel clock with eight day movement striking the hours and quarters on two gongs, the brass dial with matt centre and silvered chapter ring beneath a silvered slow/fast indicator dial, surrounded by pierced and cast gilt foliate scroll spandrels, the backplate stamped 'Lenzkirch 960331', the brass mounted case with domed top and flame finials above a glazed door flanked by ionic column pilasters and pierced side fret panels, on brass feet, height approx 38.5cm, together with pendulum.
Hammer price: £800
A late 19th Century gilt brass carriage timepiece with eight day movement, the enamel chapter ring with Arabic numerals, within a surround of brass cut and engraved flowers and stems, the glazed case with fluted swing handle above applied foliate bands to surmount and base, on turned feet, height approx 15cm, together with a key.
Hammer price: £140
A 20th Century brass cased carriage timepiece, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, the four glass case with swing handle on bracket feet (minor faults).
Hammer price: £55
A 20th Century onyx cased mantel timepiece, the gilt dial with silvered chapter ring and matt centre inscribed 'Imhof', the case with gilt metal handle surmount.
Hammer price: £55
An early 20th Century brass cased carriage clock with eight day movement striking on a gong, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, the case with swing handle on bracket feet, height approx 16cm, with leather carrying case.
Hammer price: £220
An early 20th Century brass cased carriage timepiece, with eight day movement, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, the brass case with swing handle above glazed panels, on turned feet (faults).
Hammer price: £48