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1 LATE 18th/EARLY 19th CENTURY OAK EIGHT DAY COTTAGE LONG CASE CLOCK BY WALTER ARCHER OF STOW-ON-THE-WOLD [SIC]. The case with alterations and additions including fretted pediment over mahogany frieze with square aperture flanked by turned pillars, the waist with mahogany cross banding to the plain moulded door flanked by canted angles on a cross banded panel, panelled and skirted base. Brass face with Roman numerals, seconds dial and date aperture with pierced cherub spandrels. 10.5" x 10.5" (27cm square). Eight day two train movement striking on one bell. 84" high overall (207cm) approx.

Sold for £360
Lot: 1
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2 19th CENTURY WELSH MAHOGANY 8 DAY LONG CASE CLOCK BY S FURTWENGLER of LLANELLY having arched hood surmounted by vase shaped finials above an arched aperture flanked by spirally turned columns. The waist with similarly spirally turned quarter pilasters flanking an inlaid plain moulded door on similarly inlaid panelled base with bracket feet. Arch painted face with Scottish scene and castles to the spandrels. Roman numerals, seconds dial and date aperture. 8 day, 2 train movement, striking on one bell. The face 18" x 12.5" (45 x 32 cms approx). Overall 91" high. Lot: 2
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3 18th CENTURY WELSH OAK 30 HOUR LONG CASE CLOCK BY RICHARD WATKIN, having flat topped hood over square aperture flanked by turned pillars, the waist with pointed arch door on a plain panelled base with skirted support. 11" square dial with Roman numerals and arched date aperture, foliate pierced spandrels. 30 hour movement with baluster pillars, striking on one bell. 84" high approx. (218cm)

Sold for £420
Lot: 3
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4 LATE GEORGIAN MAHOGANY CASE EIGHT DAY ARMORIAL LONG CASE CLOCK BY THOMAS HINTON OF SPALDING, the case overall with rosewood cross banding and satinwood stringing, and having pargoda hood with painted Armorial to the cresting over an arched aperture flanked by gilt metal mounted reeded pillars, the waist with arched moulded door having oval banded panel flanked by canted angles on a similarly panelled base with bracket feet. Arched engraved brass face with Roman numerals, seconds dial and date aperture. Eight day two train movement strikes on one bell. The face 16.5" x 12" (42 x 30cm). Overall 88" high approx (228cm). Lot: 4
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5 19th CENTURY ORMOLU GILT BRONZE FRENCH FOUR GLASS MANTLE CLOCK, the case with emblematic pediment surmounted by quiver of arrows and flaming torch, foliate scrolled angles, bevelled glass panels, enamelled face with Roman numerals and exposed escapement, mercury compensated pendulum on a foliate scrolled base. c. 1865. 19" high (49cm) together with wooden plinth and glass dome.

Sold for £1500
Lot: 5
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6 18th CENTURY ENGLISH GILT METAL AND TORTOISESHELL KEY WIND OPEN FACED FUSEE PAIR CASED POCKET WATCH, the outer tortoiseshell case with printed watch paper, the watch with white enamelled face, foliate engraved back plate and balance cock, marked 'Bradford, Sarum, 1767'. The movement with four baluster turned pillars. 3.5" diameter approx. (6cm)

Sold for £340
Lot: 6
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7 LATE 18th CENTURY WELSH OAK EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK BY HUGH ISAAC OF LLANGWILLOG (YNYS MON/ANGLESEY). Cottage style case with moulded cornice over square aperture flanked by turned pillars, the waist with shaped door flanked by quarter reeded pilasters on a panelled skirted base. Square brass face with silvered chapter ring and engraved silver field, having seconds dial and date aperture, with pierced gilt metal masque spandrels. Eight day four pillar movement striking on one bell. (Hugh Isaac married 1757, lived in Penlon, Llangwillog adjacent to the village church.) c. 1795.
The face 12.5" square (32cm), overall 77" high.

Sold for £600
Lot: 7
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8 WELSH OAK EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK marked John Evans of Welshpool, having broken swan neck pediment above arched aperture flanked by turned baluster pillars, the waist with pointed arched cross-banded and inlaid door flanked by quarter reeded pilasters on a panelled base with bracket feet. Arch painted face with seconds dial and date aperture, having figure portrait to the arch and cottage spandrels. Eight day, two train movement striking on one bell.
Face 18" x 13", case 87" high overall. C. 1840.

Sold for £440
Lot: 8
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9 18th CENTURY BRASS FACED 30 HOUR CLOCK MOVEMENT BY BENET [sic] EDWARDS OF DEREHAM, within a later associated oak case for a clock having an arched face. Single train movement striking on one bell. Face 11" square (27.5cm)

Sold for £100
Lot: 9
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10 19th CENTURY MAHOGANY CASED 8 DAY LONG CASED CLOCK BY ROBERT CAIHILL of WELLINGTON, the imposing case having hood with broken swan neck pediment mounted with brass eagle finials over an arched aperture flanked by bobbin turned columns, the waist with triple pointed arch cross banded door, flanked by further bobbin turned columns, above a cross banded oval panelled base on outswept bracket feet. Eight day, two train movement, striking on one bell. The face painted with a full length portrait of a military gentleman, possibly the Duke of Wellington, and having floral spandrals, Arabic numerals and seconds dial. Face 21.5" x 15" (55 x 38 cms). Overall height 104" overall. (267 cms approx).

Sold for £260
Lot: 10
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11 19th CENTURY DUTCH MARQUETRY ARCHITECTURAL TWO TRAIN MANTLE CLOCK, the mahogany case overall foliate inlaid in satinwood and other stained woods, having circular domed enamel face with Roman numerals, the brass two train movement striking on two bells and bearing the number 1422 to its back plate. Movement may be earlier than clock. 23.5" high (60cm)

Sold for £360
Lot: 11
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12 EARLY 19th CENTURY WELSH OAK POT BOARD DRESSER having stained three shelf boarded rack back. The base with three moulded edge frieze drawers on gun-barrel turned front supports with pot board standing on stile feet. Circa 1810. South Wales. 59" x 17.5" x 82" (150 x 44 x 208 cms).

Sold for £1050
Lot: 12
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13 EARLY 19th CENTURY NORTH WALES OAK RACK BACK DRESSER, with boarded rack having moulded cornice over three fitted shelves flanked by reeded uprights, the base with three frieze drawers over three centre dummy drawers flanked by two blind panel cupboards, all with rosewood lozenge escutcheons, standing on bracket feet. c. 1810. 61" x 19" x 81" (155 x 48 x 206cm)

Sold for £850
Lot: 13
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14 EARLY 19th CENTURY WELSH OAK POT BOARD DRESSER, having moulded cornice above three shelves to the boarded back, the base with three frieze drawers on baluster turned front legs, pot board below on stile feet. c.1810. South Wales. 62" x 15.5" x 80" (158 x 39 x 203 cm)

Sold for £680
Lot: 14
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15 SMALL GEORGIAN STYLE OAK DRESSER having open rack back over projecting base with an arrangement of six cock beaded drawers, standing on baluster turned stretcher base. Early 20th Century. 48.5" x 77" x18" (123 x 196 x 46cm)

Sold for £260
Lot: 15
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16 LATE 18th CENTURY WELSH OAK FOUR DRAWER POT BOARD DRESSER having three shelf open rack back over moulded edge base with four moulded frieze drawers over a plain panel with gun barrel turned supports to the pot board on stile feet. c. 1790 South Wales. 84" x 84.5" x17.5" (214 x 215 x 44.5cm)

Sold for £2500
Lot: 16
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17 19th CENTURY WELSH OAK DOG KENNEL DRESSER having boarded three shelf rack back with original iron hooks, the base with three cock beaded drawers over an arched dog kennel flanked by two blind panel cupboards, on style feet. C. 1830. 56" x 161/2" x 75" (142 x 42 x 191 cm)

Sold for £720
Lot: 17
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18 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY ASTRAGAL GLAZED TWO DOOR CHINA DISPLAY CABINET with dentil drop finial moulded cornice, standing on a bold cabriole leg, the stand with ball and claw feet. Early 20th Century. 46" wide x 152 x 54" high (120 x 38 x 188cm)

Sold for £380
Lot: 18
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19 19th CENTURY MAHOGANY ROSEWOOD CROSS-BANDED CIRCULAR CENTRE TABLE ON FLUTE MOULDED PILLAR WITH TRIFORM BASE having moulded scrolled feet and brass castors. Circa 1840. 48.5" x 30" (123 x 76 cms).

Sold for £260
Lot: 19
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20 VICTORIAN CARVED OAK CABINET UPON CUPBOARD in continental style overall carved with relief lion masks and fruit. Lead coloured glazed door to the upper section. Frieze drawer and blind panelled cupboard decorated with game to the base. Circa 1885. 36" x 21" x 95" (92 x 53 x 242 cms).

Sold for £180
Lot: 20
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21 EARLY 20th CENTURY MAHOGANY CHINA DISPLAY CABINET in Georgian style having moulded dental cornice astragel glazed doors with fitted shelves to the interior, the base with long frieze drawer over two short drawers flanking central arch, under shelf below on cabriole legs. Circa 1930. 13" x 35" x 68.5" (33 x 89 x 174 cms)

Sold for £150
Lot: 21
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22 EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY TWO STAGE STANDING CORNER CABINET having moulded cornice over a pair of astragal glazed doors with fitted shelves to the interior. On a projecting base with two further astragal glazed doors, standing on cabriole type front legs. Circa 1900 - 1910. 28" wide x 16" deep x 77" high (72 x 42 x 194 cms) . Lot: 22
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23 LATE GEORGIAN OAK FALL FRONT BUREAU, the fall revealing fitted interior over three graduated drawers on bracket feet. 39" x 19" x 41" (99 x 49 x 104 cms). Lot: 23
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24 19th CENTURY MAHOGANY STRAIGHT FRONTED FLAT TOPPED KNEE HOLE DESK OR DRESSING TABLE having an arrangement of five cock beaded drawers with turned knobs around a central arch, standing on baluster and ring turned tape ring legs. Circa 1840. 25" x 13" x 50" (64 x 33 x 127 cms).

Sold for £220
Lot: 24
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25 LATE GEORGIAN STYLE CROSS BANDED AND INLAID OAK LOW BOY having a moulded top over an arrangement of three cock beaded drawers, with scrolled and shaped apron below. Standing on cabriole front legs. English north west Midlands. 31.5" wide x 19.5" deep x 31" high (81 x 49 x 78 cms).

Sold for £170
Lot: 25
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26 19th CENTURY FRENCH STYLE SERPENTINE SHAPED SECRETAIRE TALL CHEST OF DRAWERS having white veined marble top over foliate inlaid panels. The upper three drawer fronts opening to reveal a fitted interior and writing surface. Four further drawers below all with foliate inlaid decoration and cross banding. Similar foliate decoration and cross banding to the sides. Gilt metal mounts overall on shaped gilt metal mounted platform base. Circa 1875. 25" x 13" x 50" (64 x 33 x 127 cms)

Sold for £360
Lot: 26
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27 EARLY 19th CENTURY MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE CHEST OF DRAWERS having moulded edge top above foliate inlaid panels to the frieze, secretaire drawer below with oval inlaid panels and fall front revealing fitted interior above three further cock beaded drawers on splay bracket feet with shaped apron. Turned rosewood knobs with mother of pearl panels. Circa 1820. 21" x 47" x 46.5" (54 x 120 x 118 cms)

Sold for £150
Lot: 27
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28 EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY BUREAU BOOKCASE of small proportions having moulded cornice over cross banded frieze, two astragal glazed doors below, foliate and vase inlaid fall front revealig a fitted interior over three graduated drawers on bracket feet. 26" x 15.5" x 63.5" high (66 x 40 x 162 cms). Lot: 28
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29 LATE GEORGIAN MAHOGANY FALL FRONT BUREAU, moulded edge fall revealing break fronted interior with pigeon holes, drawers and centre cupboard, above, two short and three long, graduated and cock beaded drawers on bracket feet. Circa 1800. 47.5" x 22" x 41" (121 x 56 x 104 cms) Lot: 29
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30 19th CENTURY MAHOGANY DAVENPORT DESK having brass galleried back, leather inset slop revealing fitted drawers to the interior, barley twist front legs with four graduated drawers to one side and opposing dummies on a platform base with bun feet and recessed castors. c. 1875. 23" x 23" x 34" (59 x 58 x 85cm)

Sold for £240
Lot: 30
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