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Clocks, Watches, Barometers/Barographs, Furniture, Watercolours, Prints, Sculptures(307 Lots)
October 10, 2005
Description: An oak longcase clock, Simpson, Hadleigh, late 18th century, the 29cm painted dial with roman numerals, seconds dial and calendar aperture, with pierced steel hands, rack and bell-striking movement, the case with moulded cornice above brass-capped fluted hood pillars with arched rectangular trunk door, on a shaped plinth base, 200cm highView additional info »
Description: An oak longcase clock, John Draper Chelmsford, 19th century, the 29cm brass dial with foliate spandrels, engraved with foliate strap- work, calendar aperture and seconds dial, the arch with strike/silent dial, signed John Draper, Chelmsford, with rack and bell-striking movement, the case with moulded broken arch and later brass ball finials, fluted hood pilasters, with broken arch trunk door on a plain reduced plinth, date dial not working, 212cm highView additional info »
Description: A small mahogany longcase clock, the 13,5cm gilt-painted face with roman numerals and foliate spandrels, the arch painted with sailing boats, with bell-striking movement, the hood with concave sided cresting flanked by turned finials, moulded faux trunk door, on a shaped bracket base, 197cm highView additional info »
Description: A late George III mahogany bracket timepiece alarm, Paul Rimbault, London, 1778, the 12cm silvered dial with roman numerals and central alarm disc, signed Paul Rimbault, London, with verge fusee escapement pull-wind alarm, contained in a bell top case with carrying handle, the hinged arched door with pierced brass spandrels, on bracket feet, 34cm high ILLUSTRATEDView additional info »
Description: A gilt-brass mounted ebonised chiming clock, English or German, late 19th century, the 18cm dial with foliate spandrels, matted centre and subsidiary dials in the arch for chime/silent and regulation, fusee movement with anchor escapement striking on five gongs, the arched case with urn and pineapple finials, female terms and foliate mounts to the front canted corners, the figural and foliate-pierced panels to the sides with carrying-handles, raised on leaf-scroll and paw front feet, the reverse with bun feet, 56cm high ILLUSTRATED ON OPPOSITE PAGEView additional info »