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Tuesday, March 29 2011

Two Day Sale of Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables

Viewing Saturday 10am-4pm, Sunday 12pm-4pm, Monday 10am-7pm immediately prior to sale. Open on mornings of sale (Tuesday and Wednesday) from 8.30am until 10am for viewing. Sale starts promptly at 10am each day. Please remember that if you want to leave a commission bid or bid by telephone we need all instructions by Monday 6.30pm before sale.

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Lot 1075 SOLD FOR: £ 2900

A 19th Century French carriage clock by Drocourt and retailed by Ollivant & Botsford, No. 19585, the 2.25ins diameter white enamelled dial within engraved gilt slip to the eight day two train movement striking and quarter repeating on two gongs, with alarum (replaced escapement), contained in bevelled glass and engraved gilt brass case, 6.5ins high, complete with travelling case for same and key

Guide Price: £700-1000

Lot 1076

A late 19th Century French carriage clock, the white enamelled dial to the eight two train movement striking on a gong, contained in polished brass and bevelled glass corniche pattern case, 5ins high (slight chipping to glass - lacking key)

Guide Price: £250-350

Lot 1077 SOLD FOR: £ 60

A 20th Century carriage timepiece, the white enamelled dial to the eight day movement, contained in polished brass and bevelled glass corniche pattern case, 4.75ins high, and leather travelling case for same

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 1078

A good 19th Century French bronze and Sienna marble cased mantel clock by Rollin of Paris, No. 1871, the 4ins diameter cast gilt metal dial with white enamel numeral cartouches to the eight day movement striking on a bell, contained in drum pattern case supported by two standing classical female figures, on plinth base, 20.5ins high

Guide Price: £1250-1600

Lot 1079

A 19th Century French bronze, black slate and green veined marble cased mantel clock by Japy Freres, No. 2193, the 3ins enamelled dial to the eight day two train movement, striking on a bell, contained in drum pattern case supported by figure of a seated gentleman to one side, on rectangular D-end base, 11.5ins high, and ebonised plinth base for same

Guide Price: £500-700

Lot 1080

A late 19th Century French bronze cased mantel clock in the Egyptian manner, the 4ins diameter white enamelled dial with Roman numerals to the eight day two train movement, No 12655, striking on a bell, the brown painted bronze case surmounted by two Sphinx and with bold anthemion ornament, on bun feet, 14ins high

Guide Price: £500-700

Lot 1081 SOLD FOR: £ 270

A 19th Century French gilt spelter and green veined marble clock garniture, the clock with 3.25ins dial to the eight day movement striking on a bell, contained in case of architectural design flanked by classical women, 20.5ins high, and pair of matching urns, 15.5ins high

Guide Price: £150-200

Lot 1082 SOLD FOR: £ 100

A 19th Century French gilt spelter case mantel timepiece, the 3ins white enamel dial to the eight day movement contained in drum pattern case with figure of a ploughman to one side, on shaped base, 17ins high (one foot damaged and lacking key and pendulum)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 1083 SOLD FOR: £ 120

An Edwardian mahogany cased mantel timepiece, the 3.5ins cream dial to the eight day movement, contained in case of shaped outline and inlaid with stringing, on rectangular base 10ins high

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 1084

An Edwardian mahogany cased mantel timepiece, the 4.25ins silvered dial to the eight day movement, contained in arched top case, inlaid with stringings, 9.75ins high

Guide Price: £80-120

Lot 1085 SOLD FOR: £ 130

A mahogany cased mantel clock, No. 18162, the 3.75ins black chapter ring to the eight day movement striking on a gong, contained in arched top case with gilt metal columns to front, 11ins high

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 1086 SOLD FOR: £ 160

A late 19th Century French black slate and red variegated marble cased clock garniture comprising mantel clock, the 3.5ins cream enamelled dial to the eight day two train movement striking on a gong, contained in case surmounted by bronzed figure of a female gardener, 19ins high, with key and pendulum for same, and a pair of matching five light candelabra, 23ins high

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 1087 SOLD FOR: £ 160

A late 19th Century French black slate and red variegated marble cased mantle clock, the 3.5ins cream enamelled dial to the eight day two train movement striking on a bell, contained in case surmounted by bronzed figure of a standing gardener, 23ins high, with key and pendulum for same

Guide Price: £80-120

Lot 1088

A 19th Century black marble cased mantel clock, the 4ins cream enamel chapter ring to the eight day movement striking on a gong, contained in case of architectural design, 13ins high

Guide Price: £80-120

Lot 1089 SOLD FOR: £ 100

A 19th Century ebonised wood cased mantel clock by Leroy Paris, with 3.5ins white enamel dial to the eight day two train movement striking on a bell, contained in case of plain architectural design, 14.5ins high, and an early 20th Century French carriage timepiece contained in polished brass and bevelled glass corniche pattern case, 4.5ins high, with travelling case and key for same

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 1090

A black metal cased clock by The Ansonia Clock Company, New York, the 4.5ins gilt chapter ring to the eight day movement striking on a gong, contained in plain case, 10.25ins high

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 1091 SOLD FOR: £ 140

An Edwardian mahogany mantel timepiece retailed by Maple & Co., Paris and London, the 4ins white enamelled dial to the eight day movement contained in case with shaped apex top and inlaid with bandings and stringings, 10.5ins high, with key and pendulum for same

Guide Price: £60-80

Lot 1092 SOLD FOR: £ 100

A late 19th Century gilt brass mantel timepiece, the 4ins dial raised on four reeded columns, 14ins high, on ebonised circular base and under glass dome, a pair of brass balance scales on mahogany base, 11ins x 6ins x 17.5ins high, and some weights for same, and a gilt brass electric table lamp with moulded column, 14.5ins high

Guide Price: £70-100

Lot 1093 SOLD FOR: £ 320

A late 19th Century mantel timepiece with cast brass case of Art Nouveau design, the 2ins diameter dial with Arabic numerals to the eight day movement, contained in case cast with the head of a young woman, and bearing signature C. Bonnefend, 8.5ins high

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 1094

A 1930s German oak cased mantel clock, the 5.5ins silvered dial to the eight day Westminster chiming movement, contained in arched top case, 10.5ins high

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 1095 SOLD FOR: £ 140

A 19th Century French bronzed metal cased mantel clock by R & C, No. 1845, the 4ins diameter dial with raised enamel cartouches to the eight day two train movement striking on a bell, contained in cast rectangular case, 12.5ins high

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 1096 SOLD FOR: £ 600

A 19th Century French bronzed spelter cased mantel clock by Henri Marc of Paris, the 4.5ins white enamelled dial to the eight day movement striking on a bell, contained in case designed by Auguste Poitevin, the drum pattern case surmounted by two armoured soldiers, on lion's head base, 28ins high, and black marble plinth base for same

Guide Price: £500-700

Lot 1097 SOLD FOR: £ 240

A late 19th Century gilt brass cased night clock by Waltham Watch Company, with 4.5ins white opaque glass dial, 5.25ins high overall, contained in leather case (circa 1899)

Guide Price: £150-200

Lot 1098 SOLD FOR: £ 220

A late 19th Century German burrwood and gilt metal mounted mantel clock by Lenzkirch, No. 409174, the 3.75ins enamelled dial to the eight day movement striking on a gong, contained in balloon pattern case, on plinth base, 15.5ins high (dial damaged and lacking glass to front)

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 1099 SOLD FOR: £ 400

A 19th Century French gilt metal cased mantel clock by Vincent, No. 1069126, the 3.5ins white enamel dial to the eight day movement striking on a bell, contained in case surmounted by a gentleman and his horse, the shaped base cast with various trophies, 17ins high, and ebonised plinth for same

Guide Price: £150-200

Lot 1100 SOLD FOR: £ 320

A late 19th Century French porcelain and gilt metal mounted mantel timepiece of Louis XV design, the 2ins cream enamelled dial to the eight day movement, contained in balloon pattern case, the front painted with two figures and with gilt decoration to side panels, 8.5ins high

Guide Price: £150-200

Lot 1101 SOLD FOR: £ 680

A late 19th Century French tortoise-shell and gilt brass mounted mantel clock of Louis XV design by Japy Freres, No. 38240, the 4ins diameter enamelled dial with Roman and Arabic numerals to the eight day two train movement striking on a gong, contained in tortoise-shell and gilt brass mounted case of rococo form, 15.5ins high

Guide Price: £600-800

Lot 1102 SOLD FOR: £ 400

A modern Jaeger le Coultre "Atmos" mantel timepiece, No. 20277, with 4.75ins cream finish chapter ring to the brass framed movement, contained in gilt metal and glazed rectangular case, 9.25ins high

Guide Price: £450-600

Lot 1103 SOLD FOR: £ 1750

An early 20th Century Eureka clock Co. Ltd. electric mantel timepiece, No. 7429 and patent No. 14614, the 4.5ins cream enamel dial to the brass framed movement, contained in mahogany and bevelled glass rectangular case, 13.5ins high

Guide Price: £700-1000

Lot 1106

A late Victorian dark oak cased barometer and thermometer by Negretti & Zambra, London, with 10ins silvered dial, contained in case with turned and reeded ornament, 43ins high

Guide Price: £120-160

Lot 1107 SOLD FOR: £ 90

A late Victorian oak aneroid barometer and thermometer with 10ins dial, contained in carved wheel pattern case, 40ins high

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 1108 SOLD FOR: £ 380

A 19th Century mahogany cased barometer, hydrometer and thermometer by L Casella of London, with 8ins silvered dial, contained in wheel pattern case, 38ins overall

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 1109 SOLD FOR: £ 100

A modern mahogany and brass cased ships barometer - "Nelson's Ship Barometer" and mahogany backplate and gimbal for same (made 1987)

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 1110 SOLD FOR: £ 150

An early 20th Century oak cased dial wall timepiece, the 7.25ins diameter white dial printed "A Wenrle? & Sons, Newmarket and Cambridge", contained in case with plain turned bezel, 11ins high, with key and pendulum for same

Guide Price: £60-80

Lot 1111

A late Victorian mahogany cased dial wall clock, the 14ins painted metal dial with Roman numerals to the eight day fusee movement with shaped top plates, and the back plates stamped "R.J. Warren M.& C." and bearing date 1882, contained in case with turned bezel, 17ins high

Guide Price: £300-400

Lot 1112 SOLD FOR: £ 3900

A late 17th/early 18th Century brass lantern clock by Humphrey Marsh of Highworth, Fecit No. 110, the 6.5ins silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals and single hand, the dial centre engraved with leaves and flowers to the brass and iron framed movement with verge escapement and short bob pendulum, contained in case framed with four brass pillars with turned finials and pierced and engraved dolphin pattern frets, on turned feet, 14.25ins high Note : Marsh of Highworth (Wiltshire) recorded as died 1733, business carried on by his widow, Jane. This clock is thought to date to circa 1720.

Guide Price: £2000-3000

Lot 1116 SOLD FOR: £ 300

A late18th Century oak longcase clock by Wainwright of Nottingham with 12ins square painted dial and calendar dial to the thirty hour movement striking on a bell, contained in case with blind fret ornament and turned pillars to hood and shaped trunk door, 80ins high Note: John Wainwright (and son) recorded working in Nottingham 1779-1828

Guide Price: £300-400

Lot 1117 SOLD FOR: £ 140

A modern American mahogany longcase clock of 18th Century design, the 10ins square arched brass dial to the eight day three train movement chiming and striking on ten gongs, 78ins high

Guide Price: £100-150

Lot 1118

An oak and mahogany longcase clock, the 14ins square brass dial with wide silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial to the eight day three train movement striking and chiming on six gongs, contained in early 19th Century "North Country" oak and mahogany banded case with shaped pediment and turned pillars to hood, 91ins high (movement and case associated)

Guide Price: £600-800

Lot 1119

A late 18th/early 19th Century oak longcase clock, the 14ins circular painted dial with subsidiary seconds dial and date aperature to the eight day two train movement striking on a bell, contained in case with scrolled pediment and turned and fluted pillars to hood and with conforming quartered columns to trunk, 82ins high

Guide Price: £600-800

Lot 1120 SOLD FOR: £ 380

An early 19th Century oak longcase clock, the 12ins arched painted dial with subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture to the eight day two train movement striking on a bell, contained in case with shaped cresting and turned pillars to hood and with plain trunk door, 84ins high

Guide Price: £400-600

Lot 1121 SOLD FOR: £ 220

An early 19th Century oak longcase clock with eight day two train movement striking on a bell (lacking dial), contained in case with scrolled cresting and turned pillars to hood and with mahogany crossbanded trunk door, 83ins high

Guide Price: £200-300

Lot 1122 SOLD FOR: £ 380

An early 19th Century oak longcase clock by W. Underhill of Newport, the 12ins arched painted dial with calendar aperature to the eight day two train movement now striking on a bell, contained in case with scrolled cresting and turned pillars to hood, the trunk door inlaid with oval paterae, on moulded plinth base, 85ins high Note: William Underhill recorded working in Underhill (Shropshire) 1828-1835

Guide Price: £400-600

Lot 1123 SOLD FOR: £ 640

An 18th Century oak longcase clock by Edmund Martin of London, the 10ins arched brass dial with gilt brass spandrels and silvered chapter ring, with strike silent dial, subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperature, to the eight day two train movement now striking on a gong, contained in case with shaped cresting and brass finials, and with turned and fluted pillars to hood, the case with arched trunk door, 92ins high Note: Edmund Martin (and son) recorded working in Cheapside 1760-1795

Guide Price: £500-700

Lot 1124

A late 19th Century French oak longcase "Regulator" by Hadengue of Paris, the 9ins diameter silvered dial with raised Arabic enamel circular numerals and subsidiary seconds and hour dial to the eight day movement with heavy plates and dead beat escapement, the wooden pendulum rod with heavy brass bob and single brass cased weight, contained in oak rectangular glazed case, with moulded top and panelled plinth enclosed by cupboard door, 83ins high Note : Dial inscribed "Fecit in Manu Anno Republicam 107 (1896)", bears brass label "Retailer Meurlier, St. Ouen, L'Aumone" and dated 1902

Guide Price: £2500-3500

Lot 1125

An early 18th Century japanned longcase clock by Saml. Hollyer of London, the 12ins arched brass dial with silvered chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture and turned winding holes to the eight day two train movement five pillar movement striking on a bell, contained in painted tortoise-shell effect case decorated in gilt with flowers and banding, the hood with swept cresting and turned pillars, shaped and arched trunk door, 84ins high Note : Samuel Hollyer (Holliard) recorded as apprentice 1693, a member of the Clockmaker's Company in London in 1705-1718

Guide Price: £2500-3500

Lot 1126

A late 18th Century mahogany longcase clock by Thomas Mercer of Hythe, the 12ins arched painted dial with Roman and Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, the arch painted with a river landscape with a figure fishing to foreground to the eight day two train movement striking on a bell, contained in mahogany London style case inlaid with fan motifs, the hood with caddy top and turned and fluted pillars, shaped and moulded trunk door flanked by fluted quarter columns, the base with applied astragal mouldings, and double moulded plinth, 89ins high Note : Thomas Mercer recorded working Hythe and Folkestone pre 1751-1805

Guide Price: £4000-5000