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Wed 4th Jul 2018 - 10:30am
Tue 3rd Jul - 9:30am to 7pm
Antiques & Collectors Sale Incorporating Clocks & Watches
Lot 15WITHDRAWN A mid 18th century oak long case clock the hood having turned pillars over a rectangular door with quadrant flanks and altered boxed base, raised on bracket feet, the bell strike movement having a brass dial with Arabic and Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds and date aperture, inscribed Fielders, Tamworth, 85"h.
Lot 16WITHDRAWN An early 19th century string inlaid, mahogany, cross banded oak long case clock having a swan neck pediment and turned columns over a pointed, arched door and box base and additional plinth, with a bell strike movement, painted dial and Roman numerals with date aperture , inscribed T Higgins, 91" h.
Lot 18An Omega gent's constellation automatic chronometer, the champagne dial bearing baton markers and date aperture, sweep seconds, with a bezel surround, bearing incised Roman numerals, on a yellow precious metal bracelet with adjustable buckle fastener, No. 1551/861, stamped 750, Omega reference 1102.10.
Lot 28An early 20th century eight day striking clock. The mahogany case has four brass cone finials surmounted with a swept obelisk pediment. There are small brass caryatids to the canted corners of the glazed door. The workings bear the serial number 52/875864 and stamped Lenzkirch AGU. The silvered dial has a Roman chapter and an Arabic five minute interval on a brass plate and spandrels, working order.
Lot 45A late 19th century black marble cased clock with perpetual calendar, central dial with Roman numerals, off set seconds at 12, flanked by two further dials displaying day, date, month and moon phase, all set within a gilt and engraved brass mask. Right hand dial inscribed beneath moon phase, 'Made in Paris during the Siege 1870', the whole housed within a rectangular black marble case. The movement by Japy Freres, striking on a bell, numbered 525, 411, with key and pendulum, 11" h, 17 3/4"w.