Clocks, Barometers and Scientific Instruments – 21 June 2014

Lot No Description Low Est High Est
28 A collection of 19th century and later clocks including a black slate and marble example, a gilt metal mantle clock, a wall clock, a novelty Mickey Mouse wall clock and others 50 60
177 One box of assorted Old Hall stainless steel teaware, a Westclox ‘Big Ben’ alarm clock, a mahogany cased barometer plus other items 20 30
191 Assorted watch and clock makers tools and equipment and three related volumes entitled ‘Jaeger-le-Coultre The Manufacturers Book of Timepieces’, ‘Kent Clocks and Clockmakers’ by Michael Pearson and ‘Tiffany & Co Timepieces’ by John Loring 25 35
209 An Edwardian mahogany cased dome top mantle clock, the enamel dial with arabic numerals marked Paris/London 20 30
213 A chrome-plated aneroid barometer by Camerer Cuss & Co Oxford Street 10 20
247 A Negretti and Zambra circular aneroid barometer together with a pair of early 20th century oak barley twist candlesticks 30 50
265 A Rudolf Wennberg of Stockholm 8-day wall clock striking on a bell, housed in ornate scrolling carved gilt case 100 150
266 An American wall clock with painted face and transfer painted glass panel beneath 20 40
268 A 19th century slate and marble mantel clock with brass finial over an enamel dial with Arabic numerals, raised on brass paw feet 40 60
288 A 19th century oak cased 8-day long case clock, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary dial maker’s mark indistinct 70 100
305 A 20th century mahogany cased bracket clock, the brass and silvered dial with Roman numerals marked ‘Comitti of London’ with brass German movement 30 50
306 A Victorian slate ormolu mounted architectural mantel clock 50 70
345 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 150 200
395 A 1930’s Bayard enamel and gilt brass circular wind up alarm clock, a polished steel cased keyless pocket watch and a small quantity of costume jewellery including lapel clips and bangles 10 20
555 A 20th century French fruitwood longcase clock, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and hand-painted with flowers and fruit 60 100
562 A 19th century oak 8-day long case clock, the enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, hand painted with birds and floral sprays and inscribed Alker Wigan 150 250
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