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Lot 8An Omega premoon, Speedmaster Ed White, manual wind, stainless steel gents wristwatch. The black dial with luminous baton markers, hands and centre chronograph counter with three subsidiary dials and outer tachymetre bezel. The signed 17 jewel calibre 321 movement numbered 25445002, the case back numbered ST105 003-65 to the inside and with inscription to the outside, with original Omega crown, box and paperwork, the paperwork has reference number ST 145003 and dated 1/5/69, fitted on a later Omega bracelet with spare links but original bracelet is present, 39mm.
Lot 11A 19th century French, gilt metal mantle clock and garniture set. The clock in the form of a Chinese temple decorated with chinoiserie figures surmounted by four finials and topped with a Chinese style urn. The garnitures having chinoiserie decoration and twin handles. The movement signed A(Star)B, 15 1/4"h x 8 3/4"w.
Lot 14A late 19th century gilt metal cloisonne clock garniture set, the clock of architectural form having four Corinthian columns, circular gilt dial with Arabic numerals and signed Benjamin Harral Barnsley. The 8 day round movement signed Medeille D'Argent and striking on a gong, 10 3/4"h x 8 1/4"w. The garnitures in the form of urns and having twin scroll shaped handles, 10 1/4"h x 3 3/4"w.
Lot 16A Tudor Oyster Prince Day Date automatic gents, stainless steel wristwatch having a silvered dial with batch markers, day aperture between 11 and 1 and date aperture at 3. The case back inscribed original Oyster case by Rolex Geneva, wit Original Rolex crown and Tudor bracelet with original box and papers, dated 24.12.85, 35.5mm.
Lot 19A late 19th century French gold coloured and enamelled, cylinder movement key wound pocket watch, the enamelled case having styalized scroll and floral decoration and having a engine turned silvered dial with offset chapter ring, Roman numerals and Breguet style hand. The curvette inscribed Mochelle A Paris Echapta Cylindre Quatre Trous En Rubis, 42mm.
Lot 22A late 19th/early 20th century 18ct gold open faced, keyless wound fob watch having a machine turned dial to the centre and Roman numerals, the engine turned case back with makers marks initialled LPJP and numbered 3875. The movement signed Boore 54 Strand London, total weight 48.7g, 38mm.
Lot 39An interesting 1820's Parkinson & Frodsham one day marine chronometer relic, which has been completely dismantled. The 3" dial and backplate signed Parkinson & Frodsham, Change Alley, London and numbered 716, dating it to early 1820's. A challenging restoration project! Some parts missing A/F.
Lot 43A 1950's 18ct gold gents Vacheron and Constantin bumper automatic wristwatch. The signed dial with arrowhead markers and gilt hands with centre seconds, signed Cal. 477/1 bumper automatic movement numbered 501567, 18ct gold case with screw back, signed and numbered 332854 with London import hallmark for 1953 dia. 35mm excluding crown A/F (currently not running, as it is believed to have broken mainspring, but balance swings).
Lot 44An early/mid 18th century bracket clock by William Hawkins, St Edmunds, Bury, with original wall bracket. The black lacquered bell top case having later walnut side panels, the arched dial having a matted brass centre with date aperture, silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals, pierced gilt metal spandresl and inscribed silver plaque above. The movement having a later anchor escapement, floral engraved back-plate and striking on seven bells, 19 3/4"h including handle x 10 3/4"w, the wall bracket 8 1/4"h x 12"w.
Lot 46A late 19th century French gilt metal mantle clock decorated with a man on horseback, armour and weapons. The white enamel dial having Roman numerals and inscribed HRY Marc Paris for Henry Marc. The count wheel striking movement numbered 37732 and signed Japy Freres, 16" h x 14"w.
Lot 47A mid/late 19th century French gilt metal mantle clock decorated with a cherub to the top with two birds, floral swag and inset marble plaques. The white enamel dial having gilt hands and inscribed Gleizes Rue Tronchet 10, the countwheel striking movement signed Rodier A Paris, 11 1/2"h x 9 1/2"w.