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1 JAEGER-LE COULTRE SWISS GILT BRASS AND GLASS PLEXIGLASS ATMOS MARINA CLOCK, the circular dial with applied Arabic quarters and baton markers, dagger shaped hands and with chinoiserie scenes. 23cm high (9.25")

Sold for £780
Lot: 1
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2 EARLY 19th CENTURY MAHOGANY BRACKET CLOCK BY FRENCH OF LONDON, the arch case with satinwood stringing, foliate pierced panels to the sides on a swept base with ball feet. Painted face, the single train movement with baluster pillars and engraved arched back plate. Marked French, Royal Exchange, London. 15.5" high (39cm).

Sold for £400
Lot: 2
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3 19th CENTURY INLAID ROSEWOOD CARRIAGE TYPE MANTEL CLOCK, having satinwood strung inlaid and foliate decorated case, yellow metal 'c' scroll loop handle, full depth silvered and engine turned face, and having French brass drum movement striking on one bell. 8.25" high (21cm).

Sold for £240
Lot: 3
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4 19th CENTURY FRENCH BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK in plain gorge case, having full depth enamel dial with Roman numerals, marked Thomas Russell and Son, Paris, with original leather carrying case and key. 5" high (12cm) approx.

Sold for £120
Lot: 4
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5 LATE 18th CENTURY WELSH OAK 30 HOUR LONG CASE CLOCK BY EVAN WILLIAMS OF TRECASTELL, the herring-bone strung case having broken swan neck pediment above arched aperture flanked by turned columns, shaped and moulded waist door flanked by quarter pilasters on a panel base with bracket feet. Arch painted face with Roman numerals, decorated with boy and sailing boat together with church near bridge and shell spandrels, also having arched date aperture, the face 17.5" x 12.5".

Sold for £190
Lot: 5
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6 VITASCOPE INDUSTRIES LIMITED 1930'S ART DECO BAKELITE AUTOMATON CLOCK with three masted, rocking Clipper behind glazed panel within tortoiseshell Bakelite exterior. Impressed no. to reverse: 06331. 32.5cm high (12.75")

Sold for £300
Lot: 6
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7 19th CENTURY MAHOGANY EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK BY H. ROSENTALL OF SWANSEA, having arched hood with finials above arched aperture, satinwood banded waist door and base on platform support. Painted face with maritime painted rolling arch, seconds dial and date aperture. The face 17.5" x 13". Overall 88" high approx.

Sold for £360
Lot: 7
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8 19th CENTURY PROVINCIAL OAK 30 HOUR LONG CASE CLOCK, having broken swan neck pediment above arched aperture flanked by turned pilasters, plain waist door on panel base with bracket feet. Painted arch dial with Roman numerals and bird, fruit and shell decoration, the face 14.5" x 10.75".

Sold for £110
Lot: 8
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9 A GOOD EIGHT DAY MAHOGANY LONG CASE CLOCK BY JOHN STANYER OF NANTWICH, having broken swan neck pediment with gilded glass frieze over arched aperture flanked by reeded columns, the moulded and shaped waist door flanked by quarter pilasters on a raised and fielded panel base. Lacks original feet. Arched brass face with rolling moon and pierced foliate spandrels, Roman and Arabic numerals together with date numerals to the chapter ring, seconds dial and foliate engraved field. Eight day two train movement striking on one bell. Face 22.5" x 16", the case overall 90" high. Lot: 9
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10 19th CENTURY WELSH BRASS FACED TWO TRAIN, EIGHT DAY, LONG CASE CLOCK, by Henry Gwynne of Carmarthen, the arched hood having bobbin turned supports above stained long case body. The brass face with dolphin and scroll design spandrels with central circular silver dial reading 'Tempus Fugit', the clock having Roman numeral chapter ring. 221cm high approx. (87").

Sold for £300
Lot: 10
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11 19th CENTURY WELSH MAHOGANY EIGHT DAY, LONG CASE CLOCK, the hood having broken swan neck pediment above turned column supports. The painted face with leaf, moon and windmill decoration, marked: J. Griffiths, Caernarvon. Two weights and pendulum present. 228cm high (91").

Sold for £240
Lot: 11
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12 18th CENTURY OAK EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK BY GREEN OF TENBURY, the good quality case having broken swan neck pediment over arched aperture flanked by reeded pilasters, moulded and cross banded waist door flanked by quarter reeded pilasters on a panelled base with bracket feet. Painted arched face with rolling moon and floral spandrels, seconds dial and date aperture, measuring 18" x 12.5", the case overall 95" high.

Sold for £220
Lot: 12
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13 VICTORIAN WELSH MAHOGANY EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK BY ZAVIER GANZ OF SWANSEA, having arched hood with broken swan neck pediment above arched aperture flanked by ring turned columns, plain waist door flanked by baluster and ring turned columns on a cross banded panel base with bracket feet. Painted face decorated with maritime scenes and having Roman numerals, seconds dial and date aperture. The face 19.5 x 14", clock overall 90" high.

Sold for £190
Lot: 13
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14 18th CENTURY STYLE OAK RACK BACKED DRESSER the base with an arrangement of drawers around a central dog kennel, on pot board base with baluster turned supports and turned feet. 20th Century. 78" x 54" x 20" (198 x 137 x 51cm).

Sold for £300
Lot: 14
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15 EARLY 19th CENTURY WELSH OAK DRESSER, having boarded two shelf rack back under a moulded cornice with iron hooks, the base with three moulded frieze drawers over three blind panelled cupboard on stile supports. C. 1810. 66" x 18" x 69" (169 x 46 x 175cm). Lot: 15
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15A EARLY 19th CENTURY OAK POT BOARD DRESSER with associated rack. 54.5" x 16" x 80" (138 x 41 x 205cm) Lot: 15
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16 18th CENTURY OAK DRESSER BASE WITH ASSOCIATED PERIOD OAK RACK, the rack with two blind panelled cupboards flanking centre shelves and over-shelf, the base now with curved angles above three cross banded drawers having brass swan-neck handles and standing on cabriole type front legs with pad feet and square tapering rear legs. C. 1790. North West Midlands. 76" x 19" x 80" (193 x 48 x 203cm)

Sold for £450
Lot: 16
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17 EARLY 20th CENTURY WELSH OAK CABINET BACKED DOG KENNEL DRESSER, having moulded cornice over three centre shelves flanked by two glazed cupboards, the projecting base with mould edge over three frieze drawers, arched dog kennel flanked by two raised and fielded panel doors on baluster turned feet. C. 1910. 61" x 16" x 83" (155 x 41 x 211cm). Lot: 17
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18 LATE 18th CENTURY WELSH OAK POT BOARD DRESSER, the later boarded rack having moulded cornice over reeded edge shelves and with shaped sides over a row of spice drawers and dummy drawers, the projecting base with three moulded frieze drawers having later turned knobs above a repeat pointed arch frieze with chamfered supports, boarded pot board and stile feet. C. 1790. 84" x 68.5" x 19" (213 x 174 x 48cm).

Sold for £1300
Lot: 18
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19 EARLY 19th CENTURY WELSH OAK POT BOARD DRESSER, having boarded three shelf rack back under a moulded cornice with iron hooks, the base with an arrangement of five moulded drawers, three with bone escutcheons around an arched centre with pot board base having gun barrel turned supports on skirted bracket feet. C. 1810. 54.5" x 15.5" x 74" (139 x 40 186cm)

Sold for £720
Lot: 19
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20 EARLY 19th CENTURY WELSH OAK DOG KENNEL DRESSER having moulded cornice over three shelf boarded rack back, the base with moulded edge top over three moulded frieze drawers having turned knobs, and above an arched dog kennel flanked by two blind panelled cupboards, standing on stile feet. C. 1830. 83" x 62" x 15" (210 x 153 x 38cm).

Sold for £550
Lot: 20
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21 LATE 18th CENTURY ENGLISH OAK DRESSER BASE having moulded edged top over three mahogany cross banded drawers with brass swan neck handles, standing on square tapering legs. Together with an associated period open rack with arched side shelves under a moulded cornice. North West Midlands. 78" x 20" x 84.5" (198 x 51 x 215cm). Lot: 21
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22 MAHOGANY THREE-TIER GLOBE WERNICKE GLAZED BOOKCASE, having up-over doors and single drawer to the base. 34" x 10" x 45.5" (87 x 25 x 116cm).

Sold for £170
Lot: 22
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23 VICTORIAN INLAID WALNUT PIER CABINET, the top with moulded ebonised edge over foliage inlaid strung outlined frieze, single glazed door flanked by gilt metal foliate mounts and revealing two shelves to the interior on a platform base with baluster turned feet. C. 1885. 42" x 30" x 12.5" (106 x 76 x 32cm).

Sold for £220
Lot: 23
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24 EARLY 20th CENTURY MAHOGANY BREAK FRONT CHINA DISPLAY CABINET, having moulded cornice over single lancet glazed door with curved glazed ends on a panelled base with single centre drawer, standing on square legs with spade feet. C. 1920. 68" x 48" x 15" (173 x 122 x 38cm).

Sold for £520
Lot: 24
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25 19th CENTURY CONTINENTAL STYLE MAHOGANY BOOKCASE CABINET, having moulded cornice over two rectangular glazed doors revealing fitted shelves to the interior, flanked by bold baluster turned and fluted columns on projecting base with two frieze drawers and two blind panel,strap work decorated, bullion doors, standing on bun feet. C. 1890. 54 " x 27.5" x 95" (139 x 70 x 243cm) Lot: 25
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26 19th CENTURY MAHOGANY TWO DOOR GLAZED BOOKCASE CABINET, now having arch shaped solid raised back over two glazed doors with adjustable fitted shelves to the interior, standing on bold cabriole front legs with ball and claw feet. 62.5" x 51" x 13" (159 x 130 x 33 cm). Lot: 26
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27 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY CHINA DISPLAY CABINET ON STAND, having moulded top above a pair of astragal glazed doors revealing adjustable shelves to the interior on a separate base with baluster turned legs. Mid 20th Century. 52" wide x 13" deep x 39" high (136 x 32 x 104cm).

Sold for £80
Lot: 27
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28 EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY TWO STAGE ARCHITECTURAL DISPLAY CABINET, having triangular pediment above swag and floral moulded detail with astragal glazed panel raised on projecting base with two drawers above square tapering, spade feet. 186cm high (73").

Sold for £130
Lot: 28
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29 EARLY 20th CENTURY MAHOGANY GLAZED AND OPEN MIRROR BACKED DISPLAY CABINET, having foliate moulded scrolled cresting over an arrangement of shelves and one small glazed cabinet with bevel plate mirrors to the back and bobbin and baluster turned supports on vase shaped turned legs. C. 1910. 35.5" x 15" x 72" (90 x 38 x 181cm). Lot: 29
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