A fine historically interesting eight day mahogany longcase clock by William Manley Simpson, Circa Mid 1800s…the painted dial showing the Battle of Quatre Bras 1815
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Good quality barograph by the renowned London Makers Negretti & Zambra with a mahogany case
Fine 18th Century eight day oak longcase clock with brass dial by Robert Davey of Hoveton near Wroxham, Norfolk. Stands just under 7′ tall.
Smiths of Clerkenwell, London, Fine Victorian eight day skeleton clock in glass dome
Superb silver plated and cut glass Gentleman’s desk stand with ink wells, aneroid barometer and letter opener combination Circa 1910
Lovely quality figured mahogany Art Deco table clock with eight day movement Circa 1920
A fine gilt bronze table clock Circa 1840 by Edward Bourdelot in Paris (working in London from 1851 until 1881)
A Mid 18th Century attractive 30 Hour oak longcase clock by James Smyth of Saxmundham, Suffolk Circa 1750
Sweet little eight day lantern clock made in England by Empire / Smiths, although its design origins go all the way back 1660 this was made many Years later!
Fine eight day skeleton clock just post WWI in good working order with glass dome…Upon returning from War soldiers made these items for occupational therapy and this is a particularly good example – RESERVED
John Dunham Hoy of Mattishall Circa 1840, Oak longcase clock with eight day movement striking the hours on a bell, 6′ 10″ tall