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1 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 face 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.

Sold for £180
Lot: 1
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2 19TH CENTURY WELSH OAK, 30 HOUR LONG CASE CLOCK, marked: J.Jones, Lampeter, having broken swan neck pediment above arched aperture, flanked by turned columns, the waist with shaped and banded door, quarter turned pilasters on a panelled base. Arch painted face with seconds dial and date aperture. 30 hour movement striking on one bell. The face 36 x 30cm overall, 223.5cm high approx.

Sold for £120
Lot: 2
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3 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT BRONZE FIGURAL TWO TRAIN MANTEL CLOCK, the case surmounted by a reclining Classical female above white enamel face with Roman numerals flanked by two painted porcelain cherub panels, overall with scrolled and foliate motifs, on a scroll moulded serpentine wooden platform base. The clock 36cm high.

Sold for £200
Lot: 3
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4 19TH CENTURY FRENCH ARCHITECTURAL ORMOLU MANTEL CLOCK, the case surmounted by ram's head and swag mounted urn over an arch pediment with pineapple finials, circular enamelled face with Roman numerals, above two painted French porcelain panels on a platform base with bun feet. Two train drum movement striking on one bell, together with a gilded wooden plinth. The clock 36cm high.

Sold for £200
Lot: 4
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5 LATE 18TH CENTURY 8 DAY LONG CASE CLOCK in overall chinoiserie lacquered and painted case, having arched brass face with Roman numerals and date aperture, painted arched door on panelled base with later plinth, 8 day two train movement striking on one bell. The unnamed face 40.5 x 30cm, overall 246.5cm including finial. Lot: 5
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6 FRENCH BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK with full depth enamel face, having Roman numerals, the brass movement with exposed escapement, marked: R & Co., repeating and striking on one gong, together with original carrying case and key. 13.5cm high.

Sold for £200
Lot: 6
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7 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BOULLE HEXAGONAL SHAPED, HANGING WALL CLOCK, the brass inlaid boulle work incorporating mother-of-pearl and coloured stones, alabaster face with porcelain Roman numerals and gilded embellishment, two train French drum movement striking on one gong. The face marked: Hennessy, Swansea (Retailer). 64cm high.

Sold for £260
Lot: 7
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8 EARLY 19TH CENTURY WELSH OAK, 30 HOUR, LONG CASE CLOCK, marked: Edmund Parry, Llanidlo, the case with broken swan neck pediment above arched aperture flanked by baluster turned pillars, the waist with cross banded and strung inlaid door flanked by turned pilasters on a cross banded and strung inlaid panel base with baluster feet. Arch painted face with date aperture. 30 hour movement strikes on one bell. The face 44.5 x 31cm overall, 223.5cm high approx.

Sold for £260
Lot: 8
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9 19TH CENTURY FRENCH EMPIRE STYLE TWO TRAIN, ROSEWOOD, PILLAR CLOCK, the architectural case surmounted by a gilt metal, recumbent lion, overall inlaid with foliate swags, cherubs and Classical designs, silvered face with Roman numerals, repousse gilt metal pendulum on platform base. French brass drum movement striking on one bell. 52cm high.

Sold for £110
Lot: 9
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10 18TH CENTURY LONG CASE CLOCK now having chinoiserie later lacquered and painted case with pagoda hood over square aperture flanked by turned pilasters, moulded waist door on panelled base with ogee bracket feet. Square brass face with Roman numerals and pierced spandrels, marked: William Terry, Thoralby. 30 hour movement striking on one bell. Face 30cm square, overall 239cm approx. Lot: 10
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11 18TH CENTURY OAK, BRASS FACED, EIGHT DAY, LONG CASE CLOCK, the face marked: Joshua Allonay, Taunton. Moulded cornice over square aperture flanked by turned pilasters, the waist with cross banded, moulded door with star inset on a panel base with bracket feet. Brass face with Roman numerals to the chapter ring and pierced foliate vase spandrels, seconds dial and date aperture. Eight day, four pillar, two train movement striking on one bell. Face 11" square, clock overall 78" high approx.

Sold for £300
Lot: 11
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12 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT BRONZE, TWO TRAIN MANTEL CLOCK, the case overall mounted with porcelain panels, painted with domestic scenes and river landscape, and being surmounted by a large vase shaped finial over a porcelain face with Roman numerals on a step base. The base marked: John Walker, Regent St., London. French brass drum movement, striking on one bell. Overall 40cm high, approx.

Sold for £260
Lot: 12
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13 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY REGULATOR STYLE TWO TRAIN LONG CASE CLOCK, having architectural pediment over circular dial flanked by canted angles, the waist with arched door flanked by further canted angles on a panelled base with bracket feet. Circular painted face with Roman numerals, seconds and date dials, marked: Barry, Cardiff. Two train, four pillar movement, striking on one bell. (bell removed and not extant). The dial 12.5" diameter, the clock overall 84" high.

Sold for £180
Lot: 13
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14 RARE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GOTHIC DESIGN, SILVERED CARRIAGE CLOCK, having loop handle, formed as a pair of conjoined winged dragons, octagonal face with Roman numerals and gilded centre above a relief cast panel depicting the Annunciation, with Latin text: 'Angelus Domini Nuntiavil Maria', the sides of the case with figural vignettes and the months of the year, small door to the back, revealing brass movement, repeat striking on one gong. The base marked: 'A.F. Depose', probably for Falize of Paris. 13.5cm high including handle.

Sold for £3700
Lot: 14
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15 19TH CENTURY NORTH WALES, MAHOGANY CASED, 8 DAY, LONG CASE CLOCK, having foliate broken swan neck pediment above arched aperture flanked by double spirally moulded and turned columns, the waist with plain arched door, flanked by spirally turned columns on a panelled base. Arch painted face with seconds dial and date aperture marked: J. Griffith, 38 High St., Carnarvon. 8 day, two train movement striking on one bell. The face 48 x 35.5cm, the case overall 234cm high approx.

Sold for £220
Lot: 15
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16 19TH CENTURY ITALIAN STYLE BREAK FRONT MARBLED TOPPED COMMODE CHEST OF THREE DRAWERS, overall crossbanded and foliate inlaid with yellow metal loop handles and yellow metal foliate and figural mounts on cabriole type legs.
81 x 80 x 42cm.

Sold for £190
Lot: 16
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17 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: 17
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18 EARLY 19TH CENTURY WELSH OAK POT BOARD DRESSER having open three shelf rack back with moulded cornice, the base with moulded edge over three frieze drawers, turn supports to the pot board on stile feet. 196 x 178 x 42cm.

Sold for £500
Lot: 18
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19 18TH CENTURY OAK DRESSER BASE having moulded edge top over three cock beaded frieze drawers, standing on square legs. Together with an associated two shelf oak rack back. 179 x 168 x 51cm.

Sold for £320
Lot: 19
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20 EARLY 19TH CENTURY NORTH WALES OAK DRESSER, having moulded cornice over boarded, three shelf rack back, the base with mahogany framed top over three cock beaded frieze drawers, three similar centre drawers, all with turned knobs and bone escutcheons, flanked by a pair of arch panel doors on bracket feet. 229 x 170 x 47cm.

Sold for £700
Lot: 20
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21 GEORGIAN STYLE OAK CABINET BACKED DRESSER having dentil cornice over centre shelves flanked by two glazed cabinets with spice drawers below, the indented base with four cupboards, four drawers on platform support. 20th Century. 214 x 201 x 51cm.

Sold for £180
Lot: 21
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22 EARLY 19TH CENTURY WELSH OAK POT BOARD DRESSER BASE having three frieze drawers with later turned knobs over two short spice drawers, pot board base on stile supports. 76 x 168 x 46cm.

Sold for £460
Lot: 22
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23 EARLY 20TH CENTURY MAHOGANY REVOLVING BOOKCASE having a moulded edge top above slatted sides, on a star shaped base with brass casters. 82 x 51cm.

Sold for £150
Lot: 23
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24 EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY SQUARE REVOLVING BOOKCASE with slatted sides on a star shaped base and ceramic casters. 87.5 x 46 x 46cm.

Sold for £90
Lot: 24
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25 MID 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD TEAPOY,of beaded sarcophagus shape with two loop handles and fitted interior, on faceted column with quatrefoil base, turned feet and brass casters. 44.5 x 32 x 72cm.

Sold for £170
Lot: 25
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26 VICTORIAN EBONIZED AND GILT METAL MOUNTED BLIND PIER CABINET having red veined marble top over acanthus leaf gilt metal frieze, gilt metal mounts and pendant bell flowers flanking blind door with mask centre mount on a platform base with mask and foliate mounts. 122 x 91.5 x 40cm

Sold for £320
Lot: 26
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27 19TH CENTURY FRENCH OAK CABINET, converted from a Breton Armoire and now having dentil cornice over two glazed doors with fitted shelf to the interior, pull out preparation slide, over three short drawers and a blind panelled cupboard. 211 x 153 x 63.5cm

Sold for £150
Lot: 27
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28 VICTORIAN WALNUT INDENTED BREAKFRONT OPEN SIDE CABINET having beaded yellow metal and ebonized moulded edge top with satinwood banding above classically inlaid frieze, three open velvet covered shelves to the centre with mirror back, flanked by two blind panelled cupboards having French porcelain figural panels and themselves flanked by ebonized and yellow metal mounted columns, on a platform base. 102 x 168 x 39cm

Sold for £300
Lot: 28
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29 EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY TWO DOOR CHINA DISPLAY CABINET with satinwood foliate decoration, indented under shelf on square tapering legs with spade feet. 91 wide x 34 deep x 160cm high approx.

Sold for £150
Lot: 29
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30 A VICTORIAN PAINTED SATINWOOD SIDE CABINET overall decorated with painted floral swags and having rosewood crossbanding and satinwood stringing, two frieze drawers above two glazed doors with fitted shelf to the interior on baluster turned feet.
92 x 89 x 34cm.

Sold for £360
Lot: 30
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