A 19th Century mahogany and cross banded longcase clock, with broken swan neck pediment and 14" painted arched dial depicting Gay Gordons dance scene to top and representations of the four seasons to each corner, with eight day bell striking movement - restored.

Sold for 1,400.



An 11" Rapport brass and four glass library clock, with Roman numerals to white dial, twin tube mercury filled pendulum and eight day movement striking on concentric bells.

Sold for 520.


A Regency mahogany and brass cased bracket clock with gadrooned finial to top, flanking ring handles and fret-work panels, 8" diameter painted domed dial and unmarked eight day twin fusee movement striking on large bell, the whole set on brass ball feet.

Sold fro 880.


A 19th Century oak cased bracket clock of architectural design with shell motif to cornice and flanking reeded column decoration, the brass and silvered dial with regulating dials, fretwork panelled sides and twin fusee eight day movement with large gong and Westminster chimes playing on eight concentric bells, some case timbers detached, but included.

Sold for 1,260.


A Italian reproduction Louis XV pedestal clock with Vernis Martin style gilt metal figure to top and gilt embellishments on herring-bone kingwood style veneer, enamelled Roman numerals to dial with German Hermle eight day Westminster chiming movement - height including pedestal 6' 2 1/2".

Sold for 580.

A late Regency mahogany cased bracket clock with turned finial and acanthus pediment with flanking brass ring handles, the 8" dial marked G. Conway, London and containing a twin fusee eight day bell striking movement, the whole set on brass pommel feet.

Sold for 530.


A limited edition E. Dent & Co., Ltd. Chronological Equilibrium Mystery Clock, No. 148/500, with silvered chapter ring and dolphin pattern supports circa 1975.

Sold for 450.

A mid 19th Century E. Bourdon and Richards Metallic barometer/clock in the form of an oversized pocket instrument, with enamel dial bearing patent and exhibition dates of 1849 and 1851, with French eight day movement.

Sold for 620.


A 19th Century mahogany cased arched top triple fusee bracket clock with silvered dial, with musical movement playing two tunes on eight concentric bells and striking on gong, set on brass bracket feet.

Sold for 1,700.

A 19th Century mahogany longcase regulator clock with curved top, 13" diameter silvered dial and pierced floral scroll decoration, the movement of massive construction with thick brass plates secured by large twin screw mounted pillars, mercury filled pendulum and single weight driven movement - Provenance: offered for auction via a direct family line to William Murdoch the famous Ayrshire Industrialist and Inventor, with some copy paperwork.

Sold for 6,300..

A 19th Century oak cased mantel clock of Gothic architectural design, with silvered dial, fretwork panel sides and eight day concentric bell chiming (St. Michael's) movement.

Sold for 900.

A 36" late Georgian mahogany cased stick barometer, the arched ivory dial marked Cox Optician, Devonport and with thermometer scale, bulbous reservoir cover to base.

Sold for 600.


A 14 1/2" Art Nouveau bronze cased mantel timepiece, with mirror set back and painted enamel dial, French eight day movement - with key and pendulum.

Sold for 500.

A 19th Century French sedan wall timepiece, with Arabic numerals, gilt metal and ebonised case, with eight day movement.

Sold for 250.

A mahogany dome topped longcase regulator clock, with dial marked Jackson, Nottingham, pierced scrolls and glazed door, the movement with mercury cylinder pendulum.

Sold for 3,600.

A Jaeger Le Coultre gilt metal cased timepiece with Lapiz Lazuli effect dial - No. 545.

Sold for 310.


A four glass Ormolu cased library clock, with champleve enamel, dome top, pillars and panels and mercury style pendulum, with eight day striking movement.

Sold for 660.


A mid 20th Century G.W.R. Penzance Railway arrivals and departures station clock by The Gladhill-Brook Time Recorders Ltd. Huddersfield, Halifax, London, Birmingham, in stained wood and glazed case.

Sold for 760.

A Petite Sonnerie alarm carriage clock, retailed by Parkinson & Frodsham.

Sold for 500.

A brass cased repeating carriage clock, by Howell James & Co., Paris.

Sold for 310.

A 17 1/2" Regency mahogany cased bracket clock, with dial marked Mackie of London, eight day movement.

Sold for 310.

An early Victorian drop dial wall clock inlaid with Mother-of-Pearl and eight day single fusee movement.

Sold for 300.

A walnut and glazed cased barograph with Tycos movement, retailed by A.R. Baines of Harrogate - extra graphs in drawer to base and A mahogany cased barograph by Negretti & Zambra, with Regent movement, No. R/9466.

Sold for 860 and 260.


A mahogany cased barograph with extra charts to drawer in base.

Sold for 480.

A mahogany cased bracket clock with gilt metal mounts, dial marked Bennington, London and twin fusee eight day striking movement.

Sold for 2,500.


A brass cased repeating carriage clock, having platform escapement and French gong strike movement, in original leather travelling case.

Sold for 440.

An early 19th Century mahogany cased drop dial wall clock, having a carved case with four glass drop dial trunk with a double fusee eight day bell strike movement, bearing maker's name.

Sold for 860.

A German U-Boat brass cased bulkhead clock, dial marked with eagle and Swastika (above) M - 17440 - N, Arabic numerals, back of cased stamped 11737 (purported to be from U-316).

Sold for 1,040.

A Georgian mahogany cased drop-dial wall clock, having a fusee timepiece movement, bearing name Whitechapel, London.

Sold for 660.

A 19th Century oak and mahogany banded longcase clock, having square glassed dial and silvered chapter ring, seconds and date aperture with eight day movement by Richard Hackett of Harringworth.

Sold with 720.

A 19th Century mahogany longcase clock with an eight day movement by Wm. Mason of Dunse, with part painted dial.

Sold for 740.


A gilt brass Jaeger Le Coultre Atmos Perpetual motion clock, Circa 1967's, Serial number 291089.

Sold for 840.


A fine 19th Century French gilt metal and hand painted porcelain panelled mantel clock, with a Japy Freres eight day bell strike movement.

Sold for 250.

A 6' 10" antique Dutch marquetry longcase clock, the square brass and silvered dial with subsidiary dial and date aperture, marked John Andrews, London, eight day striking movement.

Sold for 3,000.




A good quality early 19th Century mahogany longcase clock, having a painted arched moonphase dial with an eight day bell strike movement with seconds hand and date aperture, by Edmund Weight of Dursley.

Sold for 2,000.