Three Day Watches, Clocks & Miscellaneous Horology Sale
on Wednesday 22nd, Thursday 23rd & Friday 24th February 2017
On view:
Monday 20th February: 9am to 5.30pm
Tuesday 21st February: 9am to 5.30pm
Wednesday 22nd February: 8.30am to 5.30pm
Thursday 23rd February: 8.30am to 5.30pm
Friday 24th February: 9am to 11am
(I.D required to view watches)
Lots: 1723-1842 of 2651
Lot 1723
Reproduction mahogany gravity wall clock, the 3.75" white dial signed T.W. Bazeley, Clockmaker, Cheltenham, England, within an open case surmounted by a triangular broken arch pediment and flaming brass finial, 27" high
Estimate:  £150 - 250
Sold for:   £200
Lot 1724
Rosewood Viennese two train regulator wall clock, the 7" white dial within a glazed case with barley twist pillars and surmounted by a moulded wavy cornice, 48" high (pendulum, no weights)
Estimate:  £200 - 300
  
Lot 1725
Small mahogany two train drop dial wall clock, the W. & H movement with outside countwheel striking on a gong, the 5" cream dial indistinctly signed, within a turned surround, 10" high overall (pendulum and winding key)
Estimate:  £200 - 300
Sold for:   £200
Lot 1726
Mahogany single fusee 10" wall dial clock signed G. Cobb, Ludlow, within a turned surround (pendulum and winding key) (new case)
Estimate:  £200 - 300
Sold for:   £160
Lot 1727
Mahogany single fusee 12" convex wall dial clock signed Wales, Leeds, within a turned surround (pendulum and key)
Estimate:  £300 - 500
Sold for:   £420
Lot 1728
Interesting large mahogany single fusee 18" convex dial wall clock signed David Jones, Merthyr, and inscribed Rhodd Plant Yr Ysgol Sul (gift of the Sunday School children), within a turned surround (pendulum)

*A photograph of this clock and write-up about the maker appears in William Linnard - Wales, Clocks & Clockmakers, published 2003 (see page 181)
Estimate:  £1200 - 1800
Sold for:   £1350
Lot 1729
Unusual walnut three train Vienna regulator wall clock chiming on rods, the 7" cream dial within a glazed and turned pillared case mounted by an architectural cornice, 48" high (pendulum and winding key)
Estimate:  £250 - 450
  
Lot 1730
Mahogany double fusee 12" convex dial wall clock signed Skerrow, Halifax, within a turned surround (pendulum and strikework parts) (at fault)
Estimate:  £400 - 600
Sold for:   £440
Lot 1731
Mahogany 13" single fusee convex drop dial wall clock signed Lock, Bath, within a multiple reeded surround (pendulum)
Estimate:  £450 - 650
Sold for:   £1400
Lot 1732
Good contemporary mahogany two train Laterndluhr wall clock, the 7" white dial signed Hermle with subsidiary calendar, months of the year and days of the week dials, within a glazed boxwood banded case, surmounted by a triangular pediment, 51" high (pendulum and winding key)
Estimate:  £250 - 450
Sold for:   £480
Lot 1733
Mahogany single fusee 12" convex dial wall clock signed Thompson, Bath, within a turned surround (pendulum and key)
Estimate:  £500 - 800
Sold for:   £1050
Lot 1734
Mahogany R.A.F. single fusee sector wall clock, the 14" painted dial bearing the RAF logo, within a turned surround, the movement back plate inscribed Made by T.W. Elliott Limited, England 1938, no. 5454 (pendulum and winding key)
Estimate:  £2500 - 3500
Sold for:   £2600
Lot 1735
Early Comptoise two train wall clock with alarm, the 9.5" white enamel dial with central alarm dial, surmounted by a brass cresting pierced with birds amidst foliage, 15" high overall (pendulum and two weights)
Estimate:  £200 - 300
Sold for:   £340
Lot 1736
English Gothic oak single fusee wall dial clock, the 8" cream dial signed Passmore, Chulmleigh, over a pendulum window and within a foliate carved and pierced Gothic case, 35" high (pendulum and winding key)
Estimate:  £300 - 500
  
Lot 1737
Good walnut double weight Vienna regulator wall clock, the movement back plate inscribed Remember, O.V.R.M. Co, no. 51572, the 6.25" chapter ring enclosing a recessed centre, within a good walnut and ebonised foliate carved and pillared glazed case, 45" high (wooden rod pendulum, two weights and winding key)

*The Remember Company was formed in 1872 by Gebr. Resch, the Resch Brothers in Ebensee, Austria (the Northern Central Part of Austria) and reached a peak production in 1885 of 12,000 to 15,000 clocks per year. Vienna-style clocks with signed "Remember" movements are highly sought after by collectors because of their superior mechanical quality

Estimate:  £800 - 1200
  
Lot 1738
German marine bulkhead wall clock, the 7" silvered dial signed F.N. Tietz-Kiel underneath the bezel below six o'clock, with subsidiary seconds dial, the movement with platform escapement, the back plate bearing the maker's logo and inscribed no. 1255, within a gunmetal glazed bezel and aluminium case
Estimate:  £200 - 400
Sold for:   £240
Lot 1739
American 12" drop dial advertising wall clock signed Baird Clock Co, Plattsburg N.Y., U.S.A., within a turned surround inscribed Johnson, Johnson & Co's Pure Tea over a circular drop inscribed 'Save Time and Money' enclosing a pendulum window, within a burgundy painted wooden case, 31" high (pendulum and key)
Estimate:  £200 - 400
Sold for:   £400
Lot 1801
Thirty hour longcase clock movement, the 12" square painted dial with subsidiary seconds dial and arched calendar aperture (pendulum, weight)

Estimate:  £20 - 40
Sold for:   £65
Lot 1802
Thirty hour longcase clock movement, the 10" square brass dial signed Wallis, St Austle on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with iron hands
Estimate:  £150 - 250
Sold for:   £170
Lot 1803
Eight day longcase clock movement, the 12" brass arched dial signed George Newman, Crediton on a convex boss to the arch, over a brass chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture
Estimate:  £150 - 200
Sold for:   £120
Lot 1804
Eight day longcase clock movement, the 12" square brass dial signed William Webster, Exchange Alley, London with arched plaque to the matted centre enclosing subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture (pendulum, two weights)
Estimate:  £180 - 200
Sold for:   £300
Lot 1805
Two two train longcase clock movements (2)
Estimate:  £100 - 150
  
Lot 1806
Thirty hour longcase clock birdcage movement, the 11" square brass dial signed William Clement, London on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial, calendar aperture and later hands

*This lot is sold with a copy of two articles written by Brian Loomes in the Horological Journals dated October and November 2009 about the maker William Clement
Estimate:  £400 - 800
Sold for:   £880
Lot 1807
Thirty hour longcase clock movement, the 11" square brass dial with brass chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with calendar aperture
Estimate:  £25 - 45
Sold for:   £70
Lot 1808
Thirty hour longcase clock movement, the 11" square brass dial signed Harris, Chippenham to the foliate engraved centre with calendar aperture
Estimate:  £100 - 200
Sold for:   £200
Lot 1809
Eight day longcase clock five pillar movement, the 12" painted arched dial signed Gray, London, with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, also with strike/silent dial to the arch
Estimate:  £200 - 300
  
Lot 1821
Oak thirty hour longcase clock, the 11" square silvered dial engraved to the centre with a plough, the case with long door and the hood surmounted by a moulded stepped cornice over a pierced foliate carved frieze, 77.5" high; also an oak and mahogany crossbanded case with aperture for a 14" square dial, with short door and surmounted by a swan neck pediment, 85" high (2)
Estimate:  £60 - 100
Sold for:   £60
Lot 1822
Oak case with aperture for a 12" square dial, with long plain door and surmounted by a flat moulded stepped pediment, 77" high
Estimate:  £60 - 100
Sold for:   £110
Lot 1823
Irish mahogany case inlaid with boxwood and ebony lines with aperture for a 13" square dial, with short wavy door flanked by quarter fluted pilasters and the hood with a stepped moulded flat pediment, 83" high
Estimate:  £140 - 180
  
Lot 1824
Mahogany and rosewood crossbanded case with aperture for a 12" arched dial, the case with short wavy door flanked by quarter fluted columns and the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment and brass ball and spike finial, 94" high
Estimate:  £60 - 100
Sold for:   £60
Lot 1825
Early lacquer case in need of extensive restoration with aperture for a 12" arched dial, with long rounded arched door and the hood with rounded arched pediment, 82" high
Estimate:  £200 - 400
  
Lot 1826
Decorative Scandinavian style eight day longcase clock, the 11" cream painted dial inscribed 1840-1907, the white and gilded edged case with long fluted door and the hood surmounted by a moulded stepped pediment, 82" high (pendulum, two weights and door key)
Estimate:  £100 - 150
  
Lot 1827
Carved oak thirty hour longcase clock, the 11" square engraved brass dial signed Benjamin Andrew, St. Austle with arched calendar aperture, the carved case with long moulded door, the hood with barley twist supports and surmounted by a caddy type top, 85" high (pendulum, weight)
Estimate:  £100 - 150
Sold for:   £140
Lot 1828
Oak eight day longcase clock, the 13" painted arched dial singed W. Mason, Duns, with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, the case with long wavy arched door flanked by fluted canted pilasters, the hood surmounted by a moulded broken arched pediment above blind fret carvings, with central ball and spike finial, 84" high (pendulum, two weights)
Estimate:  £150 - 250
Sold for:   £550
Lot 1829
Scottish pine eight day longcase clock, the 13" brass arched dial signed Jas Allan, Kilmarnock on a silvered disc to the arch with Masonic symbols, over a silvered dial enclosing a foliate engraved centre with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, the case with long door flanked by quarter fluted pillars and the hood surmounted by a moulded stepped cornice, 78" high (pendulum)
Estimate:  £150 - 250
Sold for:   £150
Lot 1830
Oak and mahogany crossbanded thirty hour longcase clock, the 13" painted dial with raised chapter ring signed Shepperley & Pearce, Nottingham, painted with a rural hunting scene to the arch, the case with mahogany crossbanded short door inlaid to the centre with a conch shell, flanked by quarter fluted columns, the hood surmounted by a swan neck moulded pediment and brass ball and eagle finial, 88" high (pendulum and weight)

Estimate:  £200 - 300
  
Lot 1831
Oak thirty hour longcase clock, the 10" square brass dial signed Stringer, Stockport to the chapter ring enclosing a matted centre and single iron hand, the case with long moulded door with lenticle window, the hood surmounted by a stepped moulded cornice, 84" high (pendulum, weight)

Estimate:  £150 - 250
Sold for:   £440
Lot 1832
Oak eight day longcase clock, the 12" brass arched dial signed John Lellyett, Havant to the chinoiserie and foliate engraved centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, also with strike/silent dial to the arch, the case with long rounded arched door and the hood surmounted by a rounded moulded cornice over a dentil frieze, 79" high (pendulum, two weights and keys)
Estimate:  £200 - 300
Sold for:   £340
Lot 1833
Mahogany eight day grandmother clock, the 11" square brass dial signed Alex Irving, Canongate on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial and ringed winding holes over a calendar aperture, the case with long rounded arched door flanked by quarter fluted columns and the hood with a flat stepped cornice over a geometric blind carved frieze, 72.5" high (pendulum and two weights)
Estimate:  £200 - 300
Sold for:   £220
Lot 1834
Oak and mahogany crossbanded thirty hour longcase clock, the 12" square painted dial signed W. Mason, Warwick, the case with short crossbanded door inlaid centrally with a flowerhead and flanked by quarter fluted columns, the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment and brass ball and spike finial, 82" high (pendulum and weight)
Estimate:  £200 - 300
Sold for:   £160
Lot 1835
Scottish mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 14" painted arched dial signed William Logan, Catrine to the centre with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, painted to the arch and spandrels with charming rural scenes depicting various figures in recreational and working pursuits, the case with medium length door and the large hood with canted flat cornice, 82" high (pendulum, two weights and door key)
Estimate:  £350 - 450
  
Lot 1836
Art Deco walnut cased two train grandmother clock with small spring driven movement, inlaid overall with exotic wood banding and surmounted by a stepped triangular pediment, 55" high (pendulum)
Estimate:  £80 - 120
  
Lot 1837
Oak crossbanded eight day longcase clock, the 12" brass arched dial signed Harris, Wellington to the floral engraved arch over subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, the ebony lined and crossbanded case with short door and the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment, 85" high (pendulum, two weights and door key)
Estimate:  £350 - 450
  
Lot 1838
Oak and mahogany crossbanded eight day longcase clock, the 11" square brass dial signed William Russell, Wootton on an arched silvered plate to the centre with subsidiary seconds dial, enclosed by a silvered chapter ring, the case with long crossbanded door and the hood surmounted by a moulded swan neck pediment, 83.5" high (pendulum, two iron weights and door key)
Estimate:  £350 - 450
  
Lot 1838A
Oak eight day longcase clock, the 12" brass arched dial signed King, Chippenham on an oval shaped plate to the matted centre with subsidiary seconds dial enclosed by a silvered chapter ring, the arch with a convex silvered boss engraved with an eagle with outstretched wings, the case with long rounded arched door and the hood surmounted by a moulded swan neck pediment with brass ball and spire finial, 88" high (pendulum, two iron weights and door key)
Estimate:  £350 - 450
  
Lot 1838B
Mahogany and walnut crossbanded thirty hour longcase clock, the 12" square brass dial signed William Cooke, Londini Fecit on the silvered chapter ring enclosing a matted centre, the case with medium length crossbanded door and the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment, 79" high (pendulum and weight)
Estimate:  £100 - 150
Sold for:   £100
Lot 1839
Scottish oak and mahogany eight day longcase clock, the 13" painted arched dial signed Nicholson, Berwick, with subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, the case with long rounded arched door flanked by quarter fluted columns and the hood surmounted by a broken swan neck pediment and brass ball and spire finial, 88" high (original pendulum and weights)
Estimate:  £300 - 500
  
Lot 1840
Welsh mahogany and crossbanded eight day longcase clock, the 14" painted arched dial signed Meredith, Merthyr, with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the case with short Gothic arched door flanked by foliate carved turned columns, the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment, 95" high (pendulum and two weights)
Estimate:  £300 - 500
  
Lot 1841
Mahogany and oak eight day longcase clock, the 13" painted arched dial signed Scott, Gainsboro, with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the case with short oak and mahogany crossbanded door, the hood surmounted by a swan neck pediment with three brass ball and spike finials, 89" high (pendulum and two weights)

Estimate:  £120 - 180
Sold for:   £120
Lot 1842
Oak eight day longcase clock, the 13" square brass dial signed Lanson, Kenton on the brass chapter ring enclosing a diaper engraved centre with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, the case with long crossbanded wavy arched door surmounted by a hood with a flat moulded stepped cornice, 87.5" high (pendulum and two weights)
Estimate:  £300 - 500
Sold for:   £260