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1 EARLY 19TH CENTURY WELSH OAK 30 HOUR LONG CASE CLOCK by Evan Williams of Trecastle, the case having flat hood over arched aperture, flanked by baluster and ring turned columns, the strung outlined waist with moulded rectangular door flanked by canted angles, strung inlaid panel base with bracket feet. 44.5 x 30.5cm painted face with Scotsman figure to the arch, painted shell spandrels, Roman numerals and date aperture. Overall 112cm high.

Sold for £180
Lot: 1
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2 EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY AND OAK EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK by Joseph Maddock of Tarporley (Cheshire). North Country design case with broken swan neck pediment to the hood above square aperture flanked by fluted square pilasters, the waist with pointed arch, cross banded door flanked by fluted pilasters and with cross banded decoration on a cross banded panel base with similar fluted pilasters. The fase 36cm square, having Roman numerals, seconds dial and date aperture, with painted floral spandrels and decoration. eight day two train movement strikes on one bell, overall 223.5cm high approx. Lot: 2
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3 EARLY 19TH CENTURY WELSH OAK EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK marked: James Evans, Carmarthen and having broken swan neck pediment with ball and eagle brass finial above arched aperture, flanked by baluster turned columns, the waist with canted angles and cross banded, shaped door on a platform base with bracket supports. Arched, painted face with fox hunting scene and churches, having Roman numerals, seconds dial and date aperture. 47cm x 32cm. Eight day two train movement, striking on one bell. 223.5cm high approx.

Sold for £280
Lot: 3
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4 EARLY 20TH CENTURY WALNUT TWO TRAIN ARCHITECTURAL BRACKET CLOCK having arched silvered foliate engraved face with Roman numerals, arch foliate pierced panels to the side and brass square plate two train movement striking on one gong. 36.5cm.

Sold for £100
Lot: 4
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5 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY STICK BAROMETER, unnamed, ivory scale with plain body and grenade shaped reservoir. 91.5cm high.

Sold for £220
Lot: 5
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6 18TH CENTURY CHINOISERIE EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK by Henry Harper of London, the case with flat hood over arched aperture, flanked by three quarter turned columns, long arch moulded waist door on a reduced panel base. Overall painted with Chinoiserie decoration on a black ground. Brass face 40.5 x 30.5cm, having dolphin and cherub pierced foliate spandrels, silver chapter rings with Roman numerals, seconds dial and date aperture. Eight day, two train, five pillar movement, striking on one bell. Overall 218.5cm high approx. Lot: 6
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7 VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK, the octagonal head with foliate brass inlays around a painted face with Roman numerals marked: R. Wuitzmankla, Cardiff. Two train movement, striking on one bell, the face 21.5cm diameter, overall 41cm high. Probably German.

Sold for £130
Lot: 7
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8 LATE 17TH/EARLY 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH OAK THIRTY HOUR LONG CASE CLOCK by Stringer of Stockport, having plain oak case with moulded cornice above square aperture flanked by three quarter turned pilasters, the waist with moulded rectangular door, having glass bullion window on a panelled base with bracket support. 25.5cm square brass dial with foliate pierced cherub spandrels, Roman numerals and single finger. 30 hour movement, striking on one bell, overall 218.5cm approx. Provenance: from the family of a well know Staffordshire pottery manufacturer by descent. Lot: 8
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9 LATE 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK by Budgen of Croydon, the case having arched hood with brass ball and spike finials above arched aperture flanked by reeded, canted angles, the waist with moulded arch door flanked by reeded canted angles on a panelled base with bracket feet and shaped apron. 42cm x 35.5cm brass face having foliate pierced spandrels, Roman numerals, seconds dial and date aperture. Eight day, two train movement, striking on one bell. 239cm approx.

Sold for £1500
Lot: 9
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10 19TH CENTURY FRENCH DESIGN, ORMOLU MOUNTED WHEEL BAROMETER, the face marked: 'Pillinscher, 88 New Bond Street, London', and with separate thermometer scale, overall with foliate pierced and scroll work ormolu mounts. 96cm high.

Sold for £620
Lot: 10
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11 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY STICK BAROMETER marked: T.B. Winter, Newcastle Upon Tyne, having ivory scale, plain body and flat turned reservoir. 87.5cm approx.

Sold for £200
Lot: 11
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12 A ROBERT 'MOUSEMAN' THOMPSON' OAK OCTAGONAL BAROMETER, with carved trademark mouse. Twin diaphragm 'Doppeldose', made in Germany with silvered face and brass mechanisms. 22cm diameter approx. details
13 ROBERT 'MOUSEMAN' THOMPSON OAK SINGLE TRAIN WALL CLOCK. The octagonal backboard mounted with a brass ship's bulkhead style clock with silvered face, Roman numerals and carved mouse signature. 24cm diameter approx. details
14 EARLY 19TH CENTURY OAK POT BOARD DRESSER with associated rack. 138 x 41 x 205cm

Sold for £550
Lot: 14
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15 EARLY 19TH CENTURY WELSH OAK RACK BACKED DRESSER, having moulded cornice over two shelves with metal hooks and boarded back, the base with an arrangement of two deep and three short cock beaded drawers, all with rosewood and mother-of-pearl turned knobs, cross banded interspersing arches, standing on baluster turned front legs with pot board and bracket feet. 196 x 42 x 211cm. (Cardiganshire) Lot: 15
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16 17TH CENTURY ENGLISH OAK DRESSER BASE, having moulded edge top over three frieze drawers all with applied geometric mouldings and brass tear drop handles, on turned tapering front legs. 193 x 52 x 84cm. Lot: 16
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17 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH OAK DRESSER BASE, having moulded edge two plank top over three moulded frieze drawers with yew geometric banded panels, above shaped aprons with turned gun barrel front legs and stretchers. C. 1790. 174 x 42 x 79cm.

Sold for £1050
Lot: 17
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18 LARGE 19TH CENTURY PINE DRESSER, having boarded four shelf rack back under a moulded and arcaded cornice, the base with centre dog kennel with shaped shelf flanked by two pairs of blind panel cupboards on platform support. 264 x 51 x 251.5cm

Sold for £1100
Lot: 18
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19 EARLY 19TH CENTURY NORTH WALES OAK 'ANGLESEY' DRESSER having boarded rack back with moulded cornice over shaped apron and three shelves, the projecting base with three cock beaded frieze drawers over a pair of blind moulded panel doors flanking three dummy drawers all with turned knobs and flanked by baluster turned pilasters, decorated with strung inlays and cross banding and standing on scrolled bracket feet with shaped apron. 174 x 49.5 x 219cm

Sold for £550
Lot: 19
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20 18TH CENTURY WELSH OAK DRESSER, having associated three shelf open rack back, base with moulded edge over three cock beaded draws, arched apron below, on gun barrel turned baluster supports with pot board and turned feet.153 x 41 x 203cm.

Sold for £280
Lot: 20
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21 EARLY 20TH CENTURY ART NOUVEAU DESIGN MAHOGANY BOOKCASE, having moulded cornice over a pair of lead glazed, foliate design doors, adjustable shelves to the interior, on a projecting moulded edge base with two frieze drawers over two foliate moulded and panelled blind cupboards with a platform support. 160 x 50 x 239cm.

Sold for £200
Lot: 21
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22 LATE 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY THREE DOOR LIBRARY BOOKCASE IN GEORGIAN STYLE, having broken swan neck pediment above three bevelled astragal glazed doors revealing fitted shelves to the interior, the base with moulded edge over foliate moulded panel secretaire drawer with tooled leather writing surface and fitted interior, flanked by a pair of short moulded drawers over three arched foliate moulded, blind panel cupboard doors on a platform base. 152cm wide x 49 deep, x 94cm high.

Sold for £200
Lot: 22
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23 EARLY 20TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SQUARE REVOLVING BOOKCASE with vertically slatted sides and fitted shelves on a cruciform base with ceramic casters. 50cm square.

Sold for £190
Lot: 23
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24 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BOOKCASE having fluted framing around a pair of astragal glazed doors revealing adjustable shelves to the interior and standing on molded square section waisted feet. 114 x 32 x 206cm.

Sold for £260
Lot: 24
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25 LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT INDENTED BREAK-FRONT CREDENZA, having centre veined, white marble top flanked by two frieze drawers over mirror glazed side cabinets and similar centre cabinet, all flanked by baluster turned columns on platform base. 153 x 42 x 94cm. Lot: 25
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26 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY TWO STAGE BOOKCASE CABINET having moulded cornice over two astragal glazed doors revealing three fixed shelves to the interior, projecting base with two similar glazed doors revealing one fixed shelf on bracket feet. 107 x 42 x 219cm.

Sold for £280
Lot: 26
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27 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BIJOUTERIE DISPLAY CABINET of triangular form with under tier shelf raised on three display legs.
depth 51cm by 73cm height.

Sold for £130
Lot: 27
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28 WILLIAM AND MARY STYLE WALNUT SINGLE DISPLAY CABINET having moulded arch top over single astragal glazed door revealing two adjustable shelves to the interior above a projecting base with two frieze drawers with shaped apron below standing on moulded cabriole legs with hoof feet. 59 x 36 x 185cm.

Sold for £460
Lot: 28
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29 19TH CENTURY, FLEMISH DESIGN, HEAVILY CARVED OAK SINGLE BOOKCASE CABINET, having moulded cornice with fluted frieze over mask mounts with brass loop handles, single glazed door revealing two fitted shelves, the base with similar decoration, frieze drawer over arch panelled moulded door and block feet. 90 x 42 x 234cm.

Sold for £160
Lot: 29
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30 GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED OAK CUTLERY TABLE raised on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, the drop front carved panel revealing four drawers with brass loop handles containing extensive canteen of silver plated cutlery marked: S.D. & Co. Ltd. 114 x 51 x 99cm Lot: 30
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