Clocks, Barometers and Scientific Instruments – 22nd March 2014

Lot No Description Low Est High Est
64 A Victorian ceramic clock garniture comprised of clock and two vases 50 100
87 An Art Deco marble clock garniture having a dog alongside clock 30 50
89 A circular glass fronted aneroid barometer (at fault) 10 20
94 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 80 120
96 A Westminster chiming caddy top bracket clock by Thwaites & Reed, London 40 60
121 A steel cased Longines ‘anti-magnètique chronographe’ keyless pocket watch with subsidiary seconds and date dial 60 80
123 A steel cased pocket timing device, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals to 50 and two subsidiary dials to 25 and 500, with reset button to the top and a Russian pocket compass (2 items) 50 100
141 A collection of vintage and modern cameras and a pair of opera glasses 30 40
216 A pair of 1930s oak-cased Wellington Hat clocks, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals 10 20
261 A large quantity of vintage cine and film equipment to include an Optex Teleprint converter, a Yashica T3 camera in a leather case, film spools, accessories etc together with a copper oil lamp base, converted to electricity. Untested and sold as spares  (4 boxes) 40 60
354 A pair of brass apothecary scales by Cheyney of Ramsgate together with associated weights, an early 20th century medical ledger and two German medical books and a medical ear light 50 70
363 A Victorian slate mantel clock, the dial carved with Arabic numerals with central floral panel between two more floral panels, inscribed ‘Night Shade’ and Days Eye’ 30 50
375 An American wall clock with painted face and transfer painted glass panel beneath 50 80
376 A Gustav Becker eight day chiming mahogany cased wall clock with spring mechanism,  Serial number 2,270,702-1926, with silvered dial, brass bezel and Arabic numerals. Complete with service receipt 50 100
426 A Victorian architectural marble and slate mantel clock, the dial carved with Roman numerals with brass floral bezel, flanked by brass classical females 30 50
431 A Victorian marble and slate pagoda style mantle clock, the dial carved with Roman numerals 30 50
811 An early 19th century 30 hour oak longcase clock, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, hand-painted with floral sprays and pheasant, inscribed Wm. Peacock, Banbury 200 300
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