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Number of lots recorded:18
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*** A rare and fine long-case cedar long-cased regulator clock, by R Broad Sydney, circa 1830, 192 cm high, 42c cm wide 21 cm deep ***
*** A fine-quality scarlet tortoise-shell and boulle and gilt-bronze mounted Louis XV style mantle-clock by Arnold and Charles Frodsham London, English circa 1850 58 cm high, 27 cm wide. Provenance: Asprey London 31/10/88 (4,200 pounds) ***
*** A large and impressive Louis XV style gilt-bronze clock, the works stamped R. C., French 19th century 81 cm high, 60 cm wide ***
*** A rare and fine gold moon phase and quarter-striking chronograph pocket-watch. French/Swiss circa 1880. one minute stop-watch, with Breguet coiled spring, 22 jewels 14ct gold full hunter, inscribed to backplate: Chronographie, Phases Luniares,… ***
*** A very fine Louis XVI period Carrara marble, gilt-bronze and bronze mantle-clock, signed Rillet, Strasbourg, French, circa 1790 55 cm high, 34 cm wide, 11 cm deep. Provenance: Partridge London.1988 (7, 500 pounds) ***
*** A rare cedar long-case clock, Australian 19th century. circular dial with brass two-train movement, . Provenance: The family of Cunningham McFarlane clockmakers of Melbourne circa 1853-1900. Sold Aingers Auctions, Melbourne 16/03/2008 lot 257 $$28,500),… ***
*** A cedar cased New-South-Wales government railway clock, by the Seth Thomas Clock Co. American made circa 1880. with a compact pendulum and numbered on the brass plate 1499 with original Seth Thomas paper label internal, with key, 81 cm high 40 cm wide, 14… ***
*** A rosewood cased rectangular mantel-clock, by T.Jones Sydney, English made 19th century. double fusee movement with repeat mechanism. Timothy Jones and Sons were clockmakers 330 George Street Sydney and London. ( See Sands Directory of 1863) In Sydney,… ***
*** A spelter and marble figurative clock garniture, English/French 19th century, 43 cm high,51 cm wide vases 21 cm high ***
*** A fine quality brass carriage clock, in original travel case, by lemaille and Gay, English/French 19th century, striking on a gong stamped gL and Patent Surety Roller, 13 cm high ***
*** A very unusual American style reverse glass, gilt-gesso and walnut wall clock, labelled T.R.Hamilton, Hobart Town 1848, 90 cm high to top of brass finial and 29 cm wide ***
*** An unusual green onyx, bronze and glass magnifying cannon form timepiece. French circa 1900, 30 cm high 20 cm wide ***
*** A large wall clock labelled The Royal Mail, Victoria 1872, 55 cm diameter ***
*** A brass four-glass mercury regulator timepiece by Waterbury Clock Co USA. circa 1900, 27 cm high 17 cm wide 13 cm deep ***
*** A Breitling Titanium wristwatch ***
*** A painted arched dial wall clock, Dutch early 19th century, 125 cm high, 42 cm wide ***
*** An unusual painted iron watch holder in the form of scales, English 19th century, with pocket watch marked The Form Swiss made, 19 cm high ***
*** A Victorian marble-effect wooden mantle-clock, by the Sessions Clock Company, American 19th century ***