Fine Clocks

20 Jun 2012, starting at 14:00 BST .

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A good 19th century mahogany bracket clock of small size James Rigby, London

A fine and rare late 19th century French striking and repeating engraved gilt brass carriage clock Charles Frodsham, Clockmaker to the Queen, 84 Strand, London, number 1010. The movement further bearing the stamp of Richard and Company.

A third quarter of the 19th century French engraved one piece case carriage clock with repeat Dent a Paris, No.3324

A good and rare mid 19th century French brass carriage alarm clock with subsidiary seconds indication, in the original travelling case

A good 19th century French bell-striking engraved carriage clock with alarm The movement numbered 906

A rare late 19th century French brass giant gorge-cased striking and repeating carriage clock with original numbered key Made by Drocourt, retailed by J.W. Benson, Ludgate Hill, London, number 29259 2

A good, small, third quarter of the 19th century French engraved brass bell-striking and repeating carriage clock with alarm

A late 19th century French gilt brass grande sonnerie carriage clock with alarm

A good 19th century French ormolu mantel clock with perpetual calendar The movement marked JBD, 37015

A fine mid 19th century gilt brass and marble four glass perpetual calendar mantel clock with centre seconds indication, moonphase, barometer and thermometers Lister & Sons, Newcastle

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