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1 18TH CENTURY 30 HOUR BRASS FACED LONG CASE CLOCK, marked: Joseph Geller of Bath, in a later mahogany case with broken swan neck pediment over square aperture flanked by moulded columns, satinwood strung moulded waist door on a panel base with bracket feet. Square brass face with Roman and Arabic numerals, seconds dial and arch date aperture. 12" square. 30 hour movement strikes on one bell.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£250-350
Lot: 1
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2 LATE 18TH CENTURY WELSH OAK 30 HOUR LONG CASE CLOCK, marked: J. Jenkins, Cardigan, the case with arched hood over arched aperture flanked by bead moulded pilasters, shaped and string inlaid waist door below a geometrically inlaid frieze and flanked by bead moulded quarter pillasters on a strung outline panel base with platform support. Well repainted arched face with Roman numerals, floral spandrels and scenic arch, also with arched date aperture. 30 hour movement strikes on one bell. Face 15" x 10.5".
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£150-250
Lot: 2
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3 18TH CENTURY THREE TRAIN OAK LONG CASE CLOCK, face marked: 'Thomas Lister of Halifax', the case with broken swan neck pediment above square aperture, flanked by reeded columns, similar quarter reeded columns to the waist, with an arched door, later carved with foliate and Man in the Moon mask, panelled base with similar later foliate carving, on bracket feet. Brass face with silvered Roman chapter ring, also having Arabic numerals around a foliate engraved field with phases of the moon aperture. The movement now three train, striking on ten bells and a single gong. Face measures 12" square, case overall 220cm approx.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£200-300
Lot: 3
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4 RARE LATE 18TH CENTURY WELSH BRASS FACED, EIGHT DAY, LONG CASE CLOCK BY PRICE JACKS OF CARMARTHEN, the face and movement in a later Victorian mahogany rosewood cross banded case, having broken swan neck pediment over the arched aperture flanked by spirally turned, baluster columns. The waist with similar columns flanking a shaped and cross banded door, on a cross banded panel base with bracket feet. The brass face measuring 18" x 13" and having rolling moon to the arch which is marked: 'High Water at Green Castle' (Carmarthen). Roman and Arabic numerals with arched date aperture and foliate engraving to the centre field, with figural engraved spandrels emblematic of the seasons. Eight day movement striking on one bell. 225cm high approx.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£350-500
Lot: 4
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5 EARLY 19TH CENTURY WELSH OAK 30 HOUR LONG CASE CLOCK, marked: John Jones of Aberystwith [sic], case with broken swan neck pediment and centre vase finial over arched aperture flanked by baluster turned columns, waist with moulded arched door flanked by quarter pilasters on a panelled base with bracket feet. Well repainted face with Roman numerals, foliate spandrels and sporting scene to the arch. 17" x 12". 30 hour movement strikes on one bell.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£150-250
Lot: 5
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6 GOOD QUALITY FRENCH GILT BRASS AND WHITE METAL PRESENTATION CARRIAGE CLOCK, the gourd shaped case with acanthus leaf white metal banding and bullions, full depth white enamel face with Roman numerals, two drum movement striking and repeating on one gong. Presentation inscription: 'Presented to Miss A. Buchman in grateful recognition of her services at the sanatorium, 1902-1918, from the House Masters of Harrow School'. 13.5cm high.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£150-220
Lot: 6
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7 FRENCH ORMOLU AND WHITE MARBLE 'CERCLE TOURNANTS' URN SHAPED, CHERUB MOUNTED MANTEL CLOCK, having horizontal ceramic scales reading in Roman numerals and Arabic numerals, the case bedecked with floral swags and entwined with a serpent pointing to the relevant time on an architectural plinth base, standing on Ormolu feet. 39.5cm high.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£250-350
Lot: 7
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8 LARGE 17TH CENTURY STYLE BRASS LANTERN CLOCK, the face marked: Moore of Ipswich, and having Roman numerals to the chapter ring, striking on one bell with single large lead weight. 36cm high.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£200-300
Lot: 8
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9 19TH CENTURY FRENCH ORMOLU MANTEL CLOCK, the face marked: Marc of Paris, and the naturalistically decorated drum head clock surmounted by a knight in armour with foliate decoration around the black marble base. French brass drum movement striking on one bell, 40cm high approx.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£150-200
Lot: 9
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10 LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BRONZED SPELTER FIGURAL MANTEL CLOCK, the architectural clock with enamel face having Arabic numerals and marked: E. Dade, Egreville. The case supported by a female figure and a cherub emblematic of Cupid on a veined marble base. French brass two train drum movement striking on one bell. 48cm high.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£150-250
Lot: 10
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11 19TH CENTURY FRENCH, ORMOLU MOUNTED CLOCK GARNITURE, the balloon shaped, two train clock with ceramic numerals and overall floral and portrait figural decoration, French brass drum movement striking on one bell. 36cm high approx. Together with two matching two branch Ormolu supporters with painted similar decoration. 35cm high. (3)
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£250-350
Lot: 11
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12 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK, having arched hood with brass finials over circular aperture, flanked by reeded pillars, moulded, satinwood banded waist door flanked by canted angles on a similarly satinwood strung panelled base with later platform. Circular painted dial with Roman numerals, seconds dial and date aperture, marked: Josh Phillips, Merthyr. The face 13" diameter. Two train movement striking on one bell. 214cm high approx.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£250-350
Lot: 12
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13 EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK, having flat hood over arched aperture flanked by spirally turned columns, the waist with moulded cross banded and shell inlaid door, within an inlaid trailing foliage frame on a panelled base with later bracket feet. Arch painted face with figural spandrels, the arch with 'Britannia' and Scottish, English and Irish figures, the spandrels with figures emblematic of foreign empires, Roman numerals and seconds dial. The face is 19" x 13.75". Two train movement striking on one bell.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£350-500
Lot: 13
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14 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CIRCULAR SCHOOL TYPE WALL CLOCK with painted Roman numeral faced marked: T. Lloyd, Haverfordwest. Brass fusee movement. The face 35cm diameter, overall 50cm.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£150-250
Lot: 14
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15 18TH CENTURY SCOTTISH MAHOGANY EIGHT DAY LONG CASE CLOCK marked: George Brown (of Edinburgh), the case providing hood with pierced broken swan neck pediment above arched aperture, flanked by four spirally turned gilt metal mounted, Corinthian columns, and with oval side windows, ogee pointed arch panelled door to the waist, flanked by similar, spirally turned pillars with yellow metal, Corinthian column mounts, on a plain panelled base with bracket feet. Arched brass face with gilt metal mask spandrels marked: George Brown to the arch and having Roman chapter ring with seconds and date dials, eight day two train movement striking on one bell. The face 48cm x 34cm.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£400-600
Lot: 15
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16 LATE 19TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE MAJOLICA TWO HANDLED FLASK SHAPED CLOCK, the cover and body relief applied with roses and foliage, on a bracketed base. White enamel face with single train French drum movement bearing no.: 1513. 41cm high.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£150-200
Lot: 16
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17 LATE 17TH/EARLY 18TH CENTURY OAK CASED, 30 HOUR, LONG CASED CLOCK, marked: Josh Marshall of Leicester, having flat canopy to the hood with square aperture, pointed arch, waist door on a panelled base with later plinth. 10" square brass face with Roman numeral chapter ring, arched date aperture and foliate scrolling to the central field with pierced brass spandrels, single train, 30 hour movement striking on one bell. 80cm high approx.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£400-600
Lot: 17
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18 EARLY 19TH CENTURY CARDIGANSHIRE WELSH OAK, RACK BACKED, POT BOARD DRESSER, the boarded back with moulded cornice over three shelves with original iron hooks, the base with an arrangement of five cock beaded drawers having hardwood turned knobs with mother-of-pearl centres, around a centre arch with dog kennel on gun barrel supports below, standing on stile feet. 176 x 43 x 214cm high.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£600-800
Lot: 18
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19 EARLY 19TH CENTURY WELSH OAK DOG KENNEL DRESSER, having boarded rack back with three shelves under a moulded cornice, having brass hooks, the projecting base with moulded edge top over three cock beaded frieze drawers, two blind panel cupboards below, all with bone escutcheons, flanking and arched dog kennel with inner shelf, on stile feet. Probably Cardiganshire. 156 x 42 x 198cm.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£500-700
Lot: 19
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20 19TH CENTURY WELSH OAK, CABINET BACKED, DOG KENNEL DRESSER, having moulded cornice over pair of glazed doors, flanking two open shelves to the centre and each with two interior shelves, the projecting base with moulded edge over single frieze drawer and arched dog kennel, flanked by two blind panelled cupboards on turned feet. 176 x 40 x 201cm high.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£250-300
Lot: 20
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21 18TH CENTURY WELSH OAK DRESSER BASE with later associated open two shelf rack, the base with moulded edge over three moulded frieze drawers with two short drawers below, pointed arch apron on baluster turned front supports with pot board base on stile feet. 176 x 47 x 189cm.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£600-800
Lot: 21
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22 LATE 18TH CENTURY OAK DRESSER BASE, having thee cross banded drawers under a moulded edged top above a shaped frieze on square tapering legs. Associated open rack back with side shelves, mirrors and short drawers. 185cm wide x 48 deep x 192 high.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£300-500
Lot: 22
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23 VICTORIAN MAHOGANY TWO STAGE BOOKCASE, having two arched, glazed doors, containing three adjustable shelves above a projecting base with two blind panelled cupboard doors above platform base. 198 x 88 x 35cm.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£150-200
Lot: 23
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24 EARLY 20TH CENTURY OAK GLOBE WERNICKE SECTIONAL BUREAU BOOKCASE, having three glazed sections with up-over doors and a fall front bureau section with fitted interior and writing surface. 87 x 31 x 48cm.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£200-300
Lot: 24
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25 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BOOKCASE in 18th Century style with moulded cornice over a pair of lancet glazed doors revealing adjustable shelves to the interior, on a later projecting base with single frieze drawer flanked by two dummies standing on tapering cabriole legs with pad feet. 123 x 44 x 201cm.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£100-150
Lot: 25
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26 EARLY 20TH CENTURY FRENCH INLAID WALNUT TWO STAGE CREDENZA or sideboard, having glazed cabinet above bevelled mirror plate, the base with rouge marble top above two frieze drawers and two arch banded, blind cupboards, all with gilt metal foliate mounts and handles, standing on vase shaped legs. 150 x 50 x 200cm.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£400-600
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.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£300-500
Lot: 27
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28 LATE VICTORIAN, WALNUT INLAID, MUSIC CABINET, having glazed door revealing four removable shelves, a leather embossed edging marked: 'Dance, Songs, Dance and General Music', having platform base raised on ceramic casters. 94 x 55 x 38cm.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£100-200
Lot: 28
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29 LARGE VICTORIAN INLAID WALNUT CREDENZA having overall gilt metal foliate mounts with painted porcelain panels in the Sevres style, glazed bow front centre cabinet with single shelf to the interior with two serpentine glazed end cabinets revealing two shelves to the interior on a shaped platform base with foliate metal mounts. 199 x 56 x 116cm high.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£500-700
Lot: 29
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30 EARLY 20TH CENTURY WALNUT DISPLAY CABINET, having arch glazed centre door flanked by two curved and glazed angles, fitted shelves to the interior, on square moulded legs. 124 x 48 x 196cm.
(B.P. 24% incl. VAT)
£500-700
Lot: 30
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