Clock, Watch, Jewelry, Nautical Instruments & Antiques Auction
Clocks & Clockmaker's Shop featuring rare French Industrial Series
Saturday, May 19, 2018 at 10:30am: LOTS 1 - 598
Preview: Saturday, May 19 at 8am to 10:15am. Limited Watch Preview Extended Until 12pm.
Precision Timepieces, Important Watches, Nautical Instruments, Marine Clocks, Jewelry & Antiques
Sunday, May 20, 2018 at 10am: LOTS 599 - 1192
Preview: Saturday, May 19 at 8am to 10:15am & Sunday, May 20 at 8am to 9:45am
The Manchester Downtown Hotel (formerly the Radisson Hotel), Manchester, NH
France, attributed to Gaye, Lamaille, & Co., a fine, Aesthetic Movement, porcelain paneled hour repeating carriage clock, the gilt, Cannelee variant case with folding handle, the sides set with panels depicting a potted flower in blue, on a cream ground, also with floral ornament, and with blue, wheatear border, the Arabic numeral dial with ornament matching the side panels, blued steel spade and whip hands, two train, 8 day movement with lever platform, striking the hour and half hour in passing, and repeating the last hour on demand, the back plate marked "Patent Surety Roller", and 1813
CONDITION: case with minor marks and spotting, minor losses to gilding, front glass replaced, rear glass with glue residue, panels good, dial good, hands replaced, movement running, striking, and repeating correctly. The Patent Surety Roller mark refers to an extra wheel, geared to the minute wheel, having a disc with crescent cutout which blocks the star wheel and prevents the hour from advancing accidentally due to a shock. The crescent lines up with the star wheel at the hour, allowing it to advance without obstruction. The mechanism was invented and patented by Moritz Immisch, and the rights purchased by Gaye, Lamaille & Co. in 1880. This clock was sold at Christies, London, on Feb. 20, 2008, lot 33.
ESTIMATE: $3500 - $4500
PRICE SOLD: $2700
DIMENSIONS: 7.125in x 4in x 3.5in