Clocks, Barometers and Scientific Instruments – 26th April 2014

Lot No Description Low Est High Est
111 A late 19th century brass-cased mantel clock by A.D.Mougin, with three-quarter galleried top over a hand-painted and enamel dial with Arabic numerals, decorated with 18th century huntsmen and dogs within trees, flanked by four corinthian column supports and raised on an acanthus moulded base and bracket feet, 32cm h 250 350
112 A 19th century oak longcase 30-hour clock, the hood with moulded cornice and plain frieze, with pillared pin-hinged door revealing a brass dial with Roman numerals marked J. Hedge, Colchester, engraved with stylized flowers and leaves, the walnut cross-banded and inlaid case raised on bracket feet,197cm h 200 300
113 A Thornton Pickard ‘Junior Special’ Box camera with plated and reinforced carry case 40 60
114 An Edwardian mahogany chequer strung dome top mantel clock, the enamelled dial with Arabic numerals, marked Mappin & Webb, raised on a plinth base with brass bun feet 50 60
115 An early 20th century eight day Seneca strike oak cased bracket clock, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and gilt brass bezel, the movement inscribed Ansonia Clock Co., New York, with maker’s label to door, 40cm h 60 100
116 A Whitehurst & Sons of Derby 8-day hook and spike wall clock, the enamel dome top dial with Roman numerals inscribed Whitehurst & Sons, Derby, hand-painted to each corner with floral triangular panels, the dome painted with a pair of Adriatic pheasants, the movement numbers 4122 and inscribed Whitehurst & Son, Derby, with bell strike.  Dial 15.5cm x 15.5cm 80 120
117 An early 19th century oak cased 30 hour longcase clock, the enamel dial with Roman numerals inscribed ‘Whitmore, Northampton’, the surround with hand-painted flowers and fruit, the striking movement marked Whitmore 1836, 226cm h 300 400
118 A late 19th century brass four drawer telescope 30 50
119 A Victorian mahogany framed American wall clock, the enamelled dial with Roman numerals over a glazed transfer printed panel depicting ‘The Merchant’s Exchange, Philadelphia’ opening to reveal a maker’s label for Brewster & Ingrahams 50 100
120 An Edwardian line inlaid walnut balloon clock with enamel dial and Arabic numerals, the brass movement impressed with a lion, 21cm h 30 50
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