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1 LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK having full depth enamel face with overlaid tracery within a serpentine gorge case with folding handle. 12.5cm high, together with original fitted leather covered travelling case and key.

Sold for £150
Lot: 1
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2 LATE 19TH CENTURY EGYPTIAN STYLE BLACK SLATE AND MARBLE ARCHITECTURAL CLOCK GARNITURE, the clock with applied gilt metal Sphynx and scrolled pediment, gilded face with Roman numerals, on a platform base. Two train, French brass drum movement strikes on one bell. Together with two urn shaped, metal mounted supporters with gilt metal sarcophagus mounts on platform bases. Clock is 45cm approx. (3)
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Sold for £220
Lot: 2
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3 EARLY 20TH CENTURY ELECTRIC CLOCK by the Eureka Clock Company of London, having gilded metal base with Military presentation plaque dated 1911, the clock overall gilded metal bearing patent no.: 14614, dated 1906 and having enamelled face with Arabic numerals and glass dome. The clock 32cm high plus glass dome.

Sold for £1400
Lot: 3
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4 18TH CENTURY STAINED PINE THIRTY HOUR COTTAGE LONG CASE CLOCK marked William Coulton, York, having flat moulded cornice over square aperture flanked by moulded pilasters, tall arch waist door on panel base. Brass face with foliate mask spandrels and silvered chapter ring, Roman numerals and date aperture. Thirty hour movement striking on one bell. The face 10.5" square, overall 84" high approx.

Sold for £280
Lot: 4
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5 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK marked Christopher Goddard, London, having broken swan neck pediment above arched aperture, flanked by turned pillars, the waist with ebony strung, arch door flanked by canted angles on a panel base, now with moulded skirt. Arched brass face with foliate pierced masque and dolphin spandrels, engraved: 'Tempus Fugit' eagle to the arch, silver chapter ring with Roman numerals, seconds dial and date aperture. Eight day two train movement striking on one bell. The face 17" x 12" approx., overall 91" high approx. Lot: 5
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6 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. Lot: 6
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7 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK marked G. Morgan, Cowbridge, having arched hood above arched aperture, flanked by spirally turned columns, the waist with moulded strung inlaid door flanked by quarter pilasters on a panel base with bracket feet. Arch painted face with Roman numerals, seconds dial and date arch. Two train, eight day movement striking on one bell. The face, 17" x 12.5" overall 87" high. Lot: 7
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8 EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY EIGHT DAY, LONG CASE CLOCK by John Lloyd of Brecon, the case overall with satinwood stringing and banding and having broken arch pediment to the hood above arched aperture flanked by ring turned pilasters, the waist with moulded, banded door flanked by quarter fluted pilasters on a panelled base. Arch painted face, decorated with maritime scene and having seconds dial and date aperture. Eight day movement striking on one bell. The face 19" by 14" approx. overall, 92" high. Lot: 8
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9 LATE 18TH CENTURY OAK CASED, EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK, having moulded cornice to the hood above square aperture flanked by turned pillars, the waist with shaped door, flanked by quarter pilasters on a plain panelled base. Square painted face with seconds dial and date aperture, eight day movement striking on one bell. The face 10.5" square, overall 57" high. Lot: 9
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10 EARLY 19TH CENTURY OAK POT BOARD DRESSER with associated rack. 138 x 41 x 205cm Lot: 10
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11 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. 198 x 51 x 215cm.

Sold for £370
Lot: 11
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11A 17TH CENTURY STYLE OAK DRESSER BASE having moulded edge top above three geometrically moulded drawers standing on baluster turned front legs. 76" wide x 20.5 x 33". Lot: 11
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11B EARLY 19TH CENTURY CARDIGANSHIRE OAK DRESSER having boarded two shelf rack back over a base of five various cock beaded drawers, all with simulated rosewood knobs having mother of pearl escutcheons, banded arches over a knee hole with baluster turned supports on bracket feet. Circa 1840. 77 x 16.5 x 83". Lot: 11
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11C 19TH CENTURY WELSH OAK CABINET BACKED DOG KENNEL DRESSER, the base with three frieze drawers over two blind panelled cupboards. 60" wide. Lot: 11
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12 EARLY 19TH CENTURY WELSH OAK POT BOARD DRESSER, having boarded three shelve rack back with moulded cornice over iron hooks, the base with an arrangement of five beaded drawers around a central arch above pot board on baluster turned supports, overall on stile feet. Circa 1830, Cardiganshire. 73" x 15.5" x 86". 86cm x 39cm x 215cm.

Sold for £950
Lot: 12
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13 LATE 18TH CENTURY SOUTH WALES OAK DRESSER, having associated two shelf open rack with iron hooks under a moulded cornice, the base with three cock beaded frieze drawers over two short spice drawers, and having repeating shaped aprons above pot board base with gun barreled turned front supports standing on stile feet. 64.5"/164cm wide, 16.5"/42cm deep, 73"/186cm high.

Sold for £780
Lot: 13
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14 GEORGE VI MAHOGANY TWO STAGE CHIFFONIER LIBRARY BOOK CASE, the glazed top with bead moulded cornice over two doors revealing adjustable shelves to the interior flanked by scroll moulded pilasters and on acanthus and foliate moulded end supports. The projecting base with a pair of moulded drawers above two blind paneled cupboards. 52 x 20 x 82 inches (182 x 52 x 210cm).

Sold for £220
Lot: 14
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15 EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY BOOKCASE CUPBOARD, a marriage, the lancet glazed top with two doors revealing adjustable shelves to the interior, the high base with two satin wood strung and inlaid blind panel doors revealing an arrangement of shelves and drawer to the interior, standing on bracket feet. Circa 1900-1910. 46" x 23" x 89". 117cm x 58cm x 226cm. Lot: 15
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15A 18TH CENTURY OAK TWO DOOR BLIND HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD with moulded dentil cornice. 27 x 20 x 43.5". Lot: 15
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15B 18TH CENTURY OAK STANDING BLIND DOUBLE CORNER CUPBOARD having dentil cornice over panelled doors standing on stile feet. 34 x 20 x 67".

Sold for £380
Lot: 15
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16 EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE, a marriage, the bookcase top in two sections with moulded cornice over a pair of astragal glazed doors revealing adjustable an shelf to the interior. The associated projecting base with secretaire upper deep drawer revealing fitted interior above three further cock beaded drawers, all with shield shape bone escutcheons on bracket feet. 47 x 20.5 x 85 inches (120 x 52 x 212cm).,

Sold for £180
Lot: 16
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17 LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT AND BURR WALNUT GILT METAL MOUNTED SINGLE DOOR CANTED DISPLAY CABINET, having four shelves to the lined interior under a caddy moulded top standing on bracket base. 32" x 13" x 48.5". 81cm x 33cm x 123cm.

Sold for £380
Lot: 17
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18 20TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BOW FRONTED CHINA DISPLAY CABINET, having moulded arched pediment above centred drawer with two fitted shelves to the interior, gadroon moulded frieze above under shelf with square tapering out swept legs. Circa 1925. 47.5" x 14" x 76". 119cm x 36cm x 192cm.

Sold for £110
Lot: 18
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19 EARLY 20TH CENTURY FRENCH DESIGN MAHOGANY METAL MOUNTED DISPLAY CABINET OR VITRINE, having a galleried marbled top above single glazed door with glass shelves to the interior, standing on vase shaped baluster turned feet. 26" x 12.5" x 51". 67cm x 32cm x 129cm.

Sold for £110
Lot: 19
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20 TWO SIMILAR "TOKEN" HANDMADE MAHOGANY TWO SECTION DRINKS CABINETS as designed by Betty Joel and made by W.Alder and T.G Marsden at the Token Works Plymouth 1931. Each having two blind panel doors revealing glass shelf to the interior on separate projecting bases with slide above four drawers standing on moulded bracket feet. Inset labels to the backs with original signatures. 26 x 18 x 56.5 inches. (66 x 46 x 144cm). (2)

Sold for £950
Lot: 20
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21 19TH CENTURY ROSE WOOD LADIES WRITING DESK, having raised stationary cabinet, pen tray with hinged cover to the back, tooled leather surface above frieze drawer, on square tapering, strung inlaid legs with under shelf on ceramic casters. Circa 1880. 29.5" x 17.5" x 33". 75cm x 45cm x 87cm.

Sold for £110
Lot: 21
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22 A 'TOKEN HAND MADE FURNITURE' OAK FALL FRONT WRITING BUREAU as designed by Betty Joel and made by T.G Marsden at the Token Works Plymouth, 1931. Panelled fall front revealing fitted interior over two drawers on separate square leg base. Inset panel with signature to the back. 24 x 16.5 x 46 inches (61 x 41 x 117cm).

Sold for £220
Lot: 22
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23 EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINOISERIE DECORATED LADIES WRITING TABLE, having inset tooled leather writing surface above three drawers arranged around an arched kneehole, standing on square tapering legs with spade feet and ceramic casters. Overall lacquered and gilded chinoiserie decoration. 97cm x 55cm deep x 74cm high.

Sold for £170
Lot: 23
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24 20TH CENTURY WALNUT VENEERED PEDESTAL DESK having break front top with moulded edge and tooled leather surface above three frieze drawers on two pedestals of three drawers each, all with crossbanded edging. Stands on bracket feet. 184cm x 92cm x 78cm Lot: 24
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25 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DAVENPORT DESK, the top with slope front and inkwell stand, opening to reveal two fitted drawers to the interior, an arrangement of five drawers to one side, bobbin turned tapering front legs standing on recessed casters. 23 x 22 x 34 inches (58 x 56 x 86cm). Lot: 25
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