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1 17TH CENTURY ENGLISH BRASS LANTERN CLOCK, of typical form with engraved and pierced, arch dolphin and foliate pediments, brass chapter ring with Roman numerals, single finger and foliate engraved field on ball feet. Unnamed. Steel frame movement with brass wheels, striking on one iron bell. 38cm high.
Provenance: originally purchased from a well known Cardiganshire private estate collection.
Lot: 1
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2 EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY LONG CASED CLOCK, having broken swan neck pediment above dentil cornice, arched aperture flanked by spirally turned columns, satinwood strung moulded door to the waist, flanked by quarter spirally moulded pilasters on a panel base. Arch painted face with seconds and date dials and Roman numerals, naively painted with portraits of country girls and indistinctly bearing maker's name. Eight day, two train movement, striking on one bell. 212cm high overall, the face 50cm x 36cm wide, approx.

Sold for £130
Lot: 2
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3 EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY LONG CASE CLOCK by D.J. Hoy, having fret cut arch pediment above arched aperture flanked by baluster turned pillars, the waist with rosewood cross banded and satin strung arch moulded door flanked by canted angles, on a rosewood cross banded panel base. Arch painted face with portrait and foliate motifs, Roman numerals, seconds dial and date aperture with indistinct place of origin. Eight day, two train movement striking on one bell. 214cm high, the face 44 x 31cm wide.

Sold for £220
Lot: 3
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4 LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY EIGHT DAY, OAK, LONG CASE CLOCK, marked: Snelling of Alton, the case with arch moulded hood over arched aperture, flanked by turned pilasters, plain moulded door to the waist on a panelled base with later platform support. Painted arch face, with fishing scene and gilded foliate spandrels, Roman and Arabic numerals and seconds dial. Eight day, two train movement, striking on one bell. 199cm high, the face, 42 x 31cm approx.

Sold for £280
Lot: 4
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5 19TH CENTURY WELSH MAHOGANY EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK, by David Jones of Merthyr, having arched hood with arched aperture, flanked by spirally turned columns, the waist with strung outlined, moulded door flanked by quarter wrythen turned pilasters on a panelled base with bracket feet. Painted arched face with Roman numerals, seconds dial and date aperture. Eight day, two train movement, striking on one bell. 214cm high, the face 46 x 32cm approx.

Sold for £140
Lot: 5
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6 EARLY 19TH CENTURY TALL MAHOGANY LONG CASE CLOCK, of unknown maker, having brass ball and spike finials to the hood with panelled, moulded, swan neck pediment over arched aperture flanked by square, tapering pillars. The waist with ogee arch moulded door, flanked by square pilasters on a panelled base with added platform support, the case overall decorated with satinwood stringing, cross banding and foliate panels. Arch painted aperture with chip painted rolling moon, Roman and Arabic numerals, seconds dial and date aperture. Eight day two train movement striking on one bell. 254cm high, the face, 48 x 34cm approx. Lot: 6
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7 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY EIGHT DAY, TWO TRAIN, LONG CASE CLOCK, having broken swan neck pediment, above arched aperture flanked by spirally and baluster turned pillars, the waist with a shaped door, flanked by similar spirally turned columns on a panelled base with ogee bracket feet. Arch painted face with Roman numerals, and figure and architectural decoration, having Roman numerals, seconds dial and date aperture. Eight day, two train movement striking on one bell. 235cm high overall, face 50 x 36cm.

Sold for £170
Lot: 7
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8 LARGE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY EIGHT DAY, LONG CASE CLOCK, by Thomas Webb of Cardigan, the case with broken swan neck pediment and grapes finial above arched aperture, flanked by baluster turned columns, the waist with shaped door flanked by similar baluster turned columns on a panel base with bracket feet. Arch painted face with rolling moon and fox hunting decoration, Roman numerals, seconds and date dials. Eight day, two train movement striking on one bell. 240cm high overall, the face, 50 x 35cm, approx.

Sold for £180
Lot: 8
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9 LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BRASS REPEATING CARRIAGE CLOCK, having full depth enamel face with Roman numerals, the striking movement on one gong. 14.5cm high. Together with original carrying case and key.

Sold for £190
Lot: 9
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10 ENGLISH, TIN GLAZED, DELFT POTTERY CLOCK FACE, painted with Arabic numerals in black on a white ground. 25cm diameter.

Sold for £200
Lot: 10
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11 EARLY 19TH CENTURY WELSH OAK EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK by Jonathan Parry of Tremadog, the case with broken swan neck pediment above square aperture, flanked by turned pillars, the waist with cross banded arch panelled door flanked by quarter pilasters on a panelled base with bracket feet. Square painted face with Roman numerals, seconds dial and date aperture, eight day movement striking on one bell. 223cm high overall, the face 34 x 34cm approx.

Sold for £520
Lot: 11
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12 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH OAK DRESSER BASE, having moulded edge top over three moulded frieze drawers with brass swan neck handles, on cabriole front legs with panelled ends and square back legs. 189 x 49 x 85cm.

Sold for £480
Lot: 12
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13 LARGE LATE 19TH CENTURY PITCH PINE DRESSER, having moulded cornice over angular, arched frieze with three shelves to the boarded back, the base with moulded edge over three moulded frieze drawers with two blind panel doors flanking centre dog kennel, on platform base. 210 x 48 x 234cm.

Sold for £300
Lot: 13
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14 SMALL 18TH CENTURY DESIGN POT BOARD DRESSER, having three shelf open rack back with moulded cornice over base with three moulded edge draws, on chamfered square supports with pot board and stile feet. 130 x 41 x 178cm.

Sold for £400
Lot: 14
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15 LATE 17TH CENTURY OAK DRESSER BASE, having planked, moulded edged top over three moulded frame frieze drawers, above two unusual Maltese Cross geometrically moulded, blind panel cupboards, flanking two arch blind panels, on a platform base. 195 x 53 x 82cm.

Sold for £800
Lot: 15
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16 18TH CENTURY STYLE WELSH OAK POT BOARD DRESSER, having moulded cornice over boarded two shelf rack with three moulded drawers to the base over arched frieze with pot board on chamferred stile legs. 137 x 46 x 190cm.

Sold for £440
Lot: 16
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17 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH OAK DRESSER BASE, with moulded edged top over three moulded frieze drawers, shaped apron below, on cabriole front legs, also providing a reconstructed, boarded, three shelf rack back with two end cupboards, all under a swept cornice. 180 x 44 x 203cm. Lot: 17
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18 MID 19TH CENTURY WELSH OAK POT BOARD DRESSER, having boarded three shelf rack back with moulded cornice, the base with moulded edge, top over three cock beaded frieze drawers and two short cock beaded drawers below, flanking an arched frieze, all with turned knobs, on gun barrelled turned supports to the pot board base standing on bracket feet. 175 x 44 x 214cm.
Provenance: From a private, North Pembs vendor, this dresser is believed to have originally been in Cardigan Castle and a photograph of the dresser with Miss Woods is included with the lot. Believed to have been made for her family c. 1840.

Sold for £1300
Lot: 18
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19 EARLY 19TH CENTURY WELSH OAK POT BOARD DRESSER, having open rack back with moulded cornice over three shelves, the base with three moulded frieze drawers on square stile supports with pierced angles. 183 x 46 x 199cm.

Sold for £500
Lot: 19
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20 EARLY 19TH CENTURY OAK DRESSER BASE, having two frieze drawers above arched apron on bobbin turned supports to the planked pot board with turned feet. 178 x 49 x 83cm.

Sold for £320
Lot: 20
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21 GOOD QUALITY 18TH CENTURY STYLE WELSH OAK DRESSER, having projecting moulded cornice over the boarded rack back with two shelves, base with moulded edge top over three cock beaded drawers having brass swan neck handles, three blind, raised and fielded panel cupboard doors below on bracket feet. 162 x 49 x 208cm.

Sold for £580
Lot: 21
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22 REPRODUCTION PALE OAK, 18TH CENTURY, MONTGOMERY STYLE, THREE DRAWER POT BOARD DRESSER BASE with associated, boarded rack back. 184 x 53 x 240cm.

Sold for £220
Lot: 22
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23 LATE VICTORIAN PITCH PINE, THREE DOOR, LIBRARY BOOKCASE, having moulded cornice over three sliding glazed doors revealing adjustable shelves to the interior, projecting base with three double, blind panel cupboard doors, on a platform support. 213 x 51 x 231cm.

Sold for £320
Lot: 23
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24 EARLY 20TH CENTURY MAHOGANY THREE DOOR LIBRARY BOOKCASE, having moulded cornice above three glazed doors with adjustable shelves to the interior, projecting base with three moulded frieze drawers and three raised and fielded panel doors below, on bracketed supports. 18 x 250 x 225cm.

Sold for £220
Lot: 24
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25 PAIR OF GLOBE WERNICKE OAK FOUR STAGE BOOKCASES, each having lead glazed up-over doors and draw bases. (2) 87 x 142 x 27cm.

Sold for £500
Lot: 25
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26 20TH CENTURY ITALIAN 'CALLIGARIS' RED AND WHITE FOUR DOOR BLIND CUPBOARD, with glass shelves to the interior, on chrome feet. 123 x 63 x 143cm.

Sold for £170
Lot: 26
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27 LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY DUTCH MARQUETRY CABINET UPON STAND, having broken swan neck pediment above two glazed doors, revealing adjustable shelves to the interior, the sides overall copiously inlaid with musical emblems, shells and foliate designs within swagged frames, the separate base similarly decorated in Dutch marquetry with shell and foliate designs on four cabriole legs. 113 x 49 x 214cm. Lot: 27
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28 LARGE EDWARDIAN BOW FRONTED, INLAID, MAHOGANY CHINA DISPLAY CABINET, having moulded cornice with drop finials above single centre glazed door flanked by glazed side panels and revealing two glass shelves to the interior on a panelled base with centre blind panel cupboard, standing on foliate carved and fluted, tapering legs. 125 x 44 x 199cm.

Sold for £300
Lot: 28
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29 EARLY 20TH CENTURY MAHOGANY, KIDNEY SHAPED, VITRINE OR BIJOUTERIE CABINET, having overall strap work moulded decoration, square tapering legs and kidney shaped under shelf. 76 x 59 x 33cm.

Sold for £220
Lot: 29
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30 SMALL EARLY 20TH CENTURY COUNTER TOP TOBACCONIST'S CABINET, 'Kinnear Tobacco Company Limited, Liverpool'. 28.5cm wide by 33 deep by 67cm high.

Sold for £320
Lot: 30
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