Clock, Watch, Jewelry, Coins & Antiques Auction

LOT DESCRIPTION (and condition in italics) EST
1 Dome and base, round, 8.75 inches in diameter and 18.5 inches in height on its molded walnut base.     dome is in very good condition. Top of wood base has had the finish removed to smooth bare wood. $150 - $250
2 Dome- 1 (One): Oval, 12.25 inches by 16 inches by 15.5 inches high with original ebonized base on turned feet, 19th century     conical chip with small hole, minor flakes around the lower edge. Scrapes and minor loses to ebonized surface on base. Due to base shrinkage, the dome no longer fits the groove at front and back. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
3 Dome- 1 (One): Rectangular for a portico clock, 8.25 inches by 12.5 inches by 25 inches high with associated walnut base on turned ebonized feet. 19th century     dome with minor flakes at lower edge. Base with replaced feet, scratches in the finish, and missing the interior board. Base is somewhat larger than what the dome would have had originally. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
4 Domes- 2 (Two): (1) Oval, 7 inches by 16.5 inches by 16.5 inches high on original molded ebonized wood base; (2) Round, 9.5 inches by 14.5 inches high on associated ebonized base with turned feet; Both 19th century     round dome has a repaired break at the bottom. Round dome a bit smaller than the groove in the base. Oval dome with minor flakes at the edge. Oval base missing feet. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
5 Domes- 2 (Two): (1) Oval, 8.25 inches by 12.75 inches by 19 inches high on its original ebonized molded wood base with turned feet; (2) Round, 10.25 inches in diameter by 13 inches high on its original molded walnut base with turned feet; Both 19th century     dirty with minor flakes at lower edges of both domes. Ebonizing with minor loses. Walnut base with paint residue. Base shrinkage prevents round dome from sitting in groove. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
6 Domes- 2 (Two): (1) Oval, measuring 7 inches by 19.5 inches by 17.75 inches high; (2) Round, 8.75 inches in diameter by 13.5 inches high. No bases. Both 19th century     both dirty. Oval dome with minor flakes at base. $250 - $350
7 Domes- 2 (Two): (1) Rectangular plan dome for a portico clock, 11 inches by 7.75 inches by 23 inches; (2) Round dome, 11 diameter by 20 inches high, both 19th Century with no bases.     (1) minor flakes around the base; (2) dirty. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
8 Domes- 2 (Two): (1) Rectangular with concave front, 5.5 inches by 9 inches by 17 inches high with conforming ebonized wooden base on turned feet; (2) Oval, 5.75 inches by 9 inches by 15 inches high with original ebonized wooden base with turned feet; Both 19th century     both dirty. Rectangular dome with a loss at one corner, base with minor losses to finish. Oval dome with minor flakes at the bottom, base with minor warping. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
9 Domes- 2 (Two): (1) Round, 12.25 inches in diameter by 18 inches high with original molded ebonized base on turned feet, the base with turned recess in the center; (2) Round, 13.75 inches in diameter by 14 inches high also with original molded ebonized base on turned feet; Both 19th century     both dirty with minor flakes around lower edges of domes. Minor scrapes and loses to ebonizing, larger base with touch-ups. The larger base has one replaced foot. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
10 Domes- 3 (Three): (1) Oval, 7.75 inches by 12.25 inches by 14 inches high on original ebonized base on turned feet; (2) Oval, 5.25 inches 11.25 inches by 13 inches high on original molded ebonized base turned feet; (3) Round, 9.75 inches in diameter by 18.75 inches high on a ebonized wooden base together with two oval ebonized bases. All are19th century     all domes are dirty. (1) Base with losses to ebonizing and has been reduced in length to fit the dome; (2) Minor flakes at the base of dome, minor loses to ebonizing. (3) Base with cutout for microscope. Individual bases with loses. Sold "as is". $350 - $450
11 Domes- 3 (Three): (1) Oval, 8 inches by 20 inches by 16.75 inches high; (2) Oval, 5.25 inches by 11.26 inches by 13 inches high; (3) Round, 5.75 inches diameter by 12 inches high; No bases. All are 19th century     lower edges with minor flakes. Dirty. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
12 Domes- 4 (Four): (1) Rectangular, 9.75 inches by 12.5 inches by 12.5 inches high; (2) Round, 8 inches in diameter by 15 inches high; (3) Round, 14.75 inches in diameter by 23 inches high; (4) Round, 9.5 inches in diameter by 16.5 inches high. No bases. All 19th century     Dirty. Lower edges with minor flakes. Sold "as is". $350 - $450
13 Parts and Tools- Assorted parts and tools including clock keys, cranks, watch keys, cut steel hands, pulleys, cabinet keys, pliers, calipers, four painted metal banjo dials, and an English tall clock movement.     Sold "as is". $250 - $350
14 Set of 29 brass latch plates for wheel cutting, plate diameters 42mm & 65mm, hole diameter approximately 8mm, counts 40,56,58,62,64,68,70,74,76,77,80,82,84,85,86,88,90,100,104,108,118,132,140,144,156,204,210,300,360     good $200 - $300
15 Tools- 3 (Three) Watchmaker's Lathes: American Watch Tool Co., Waltham, Mass., Webster-Whitcomb lathes, hard spindle bearings, 50mm center height in three sizes: 10mm with 17 inch bed, 8mm with 11 inch bed, and 6mm with 10 inch bed. All three come with a drawbar, tailstock, tool rest, motor and foot pedal. The 10mm lathe comes with an American Watch Tool Co.,counter-shaft.     only two bear the official "Webster Whitcomb" mark on the headstock. The lathes have rust, dirt, and some missing parts. All will need to be serviced. Motors and foot pedals will need attention. Sold "as is". $250 - $400
16 Tools- 7 (Seven) Stationary Tools- three binocular microscopes, two by Bausch and Lomb and one by Olympus; brass clock test stand, Paulson Dynamic "Non-swirl" parts cleaner; "Optomaster" multi-purpose optical testing instrument by C. Baker, London in a mahogany case with accessories; "Watch Master" timing machine by American Time Products Inc.     the Olympus microscope is not complete and others may be missing parts as well. Tools were not tested. Dimensions provided are for the Watch Master. Sold "as is". $300 - $500
17 Tools- Clock and watchmaker tools: dozens of specialized hand tools as well as hammers, buffs, tongs, pliers, tweezers, gravers, burnishers, brushes, mainspring retainers, screwplates, reamers, files, screwdrivers, punches, bench blocks, and other useful small items.     most of these tools are no longer in boxes and show that they have been used. Sold "as is". $300 - $500
18 Clock and Watch Tools- Large lot of tools including rare 9mm lathe by J. E. Kampe, Waltham, Mass. with Dayton 1/2hp motor, tailstock, flip-up tool rest, faceplate, steady rest, and 30 collets. John E. Kampe worked for the Waltham Watch Co. until he went into business making watch-related tools and equipment. The lot also includes a Kendrick & Davis "Series 600" model staking set, a Webster mainspring winder with 10 sleeves, and three clock test stands, one in aluminum with leveling feet.     nickel plating on lathe is worn off in spots. Tailstock ram is frozen in place. Tailstock locking cam does not seem to work. All spots in staking set are filled, though some of punches are of the taller variety so may be from a different set. $300 - $500
19 Clock and Watch Tools- Large lot of tools including two parts cleaning machines, the larger one intended for clock parts. Other tools in the lot include poising tool, truing calipers, pliers, screwdrivers, anvils, oilers, files, pin vises, reamers, case back openers, a dial indicator, a watch mainspring winder, watch movement holders, tweezers, jeweler's saw, saw blades, binocular microscope and more. Small wooden machinist's chest is also included.     sold "as is". $300 - $500
20 French Industrial Clock parts- assortment of parts including small time-only balance wheel movements, aneroid barometers, lighthouse tops, a small swinging mystery clock arm, bezels, dials, and more.     sold "as is". $500 - $700
21 18 (Eighteen) Clock Movements- European clock movements, most brass, 8 day, spring and weight driven, including several French pendule de Paris, a wood plate cuckoo movement, a time-only Vienna regulator movement, and some parts for English tall clocks. Movements include those made in Germany, France, and England.     sold "as is". $300 - $500
22 27 (Twenty-seven) Clock Movements- American brass clock movements, most time and strike, 30 hour and 8 day, spring and weight driven by makers including: Seth Thomas, Waterbury, Sessions, Ansonia, Ingraham, Terry, Jerome, and others. Also included is a wooden works movement and a number of partial movements for parts.     sold "as is". $300 - $450
23 American Clock Movements- dozens of brass movements, most are 8 day, time and strike. Some wooden works parts with one fairly complete movement. Makers of the brass movements include: Ansonia, Waterbury, Terry Clock Co., E.N. Welch, Gilbert, Ingraham, etc.     three boxes full of movements, useful for restoration work. Sold "as is". $300 - $500
24 American Clock Movements- dozens of brass movements, most being spring driven, 8 day, time and strike with a few weight driven 30 hour movements. Two larger movements of the sort often found in time recorders. Makers of the brass movements include: Seth Thomas, Terry & Andrews, Ingraham, Self-Winding Clock Co., Kroeber, Waterbury, and others.     three full boxes of brass clock movements for parts or repair. Sold "as is". $250 - $400
25 Clock Movement: E.Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., spring driven, lever escapement, double-sided movement of long duration with damascened nickel plates.     lot includes two sets of original hands. The signed movement will need to be serviced. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
26 Movements & Accesories- 2 (Two) E. Howard & Co., Boston, large regulator movements, 8 day, weight driven, time only with Graham deadbeat escapement, maintaining power, and stop works Each movement has second, hour, and minute hand, weight pulley, suspension spring, and cast movement mounting bracket. Lot also comes with three 8 inch diameter pendulum bobs, including two with proper Howard-style damascening and a proper Howard style gold leafed pendulum rod.     movements appear complete and escape when power is applied by hand. One suspension spring is broken. Some rust on the hands and other steel parts. Pendulum bobs have blemishes, probably to the protective lacquer. $800 - $1,000
27 3 (Three) boxes of clock parts including keys, finials, case parts, pendulums, bells, gongs, dials, bezels, hairsprings, glasses, American wooden works parts, and a box of brass clock movements -- most Connecticut time and strike.     $300 - $500
28 4 (Four) French Clock Cases: (1) Vincenti & Cie., Paris, figural mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in a black case with white enamel dial and gilt cast figure of a boy with a bagpipe; (2) France, black marble mantel clock case with green agate inlay; (3) France, black marble mantel case; (4) France or Germany, balloon clock case in mahogany with string banding and oval fan inlay and white enamel dial.     only figural clock has a movement. Case parts, minute hand, and pendulum are absent. Dial is cracked. Sold "as is". $100 - $200
29 5 (Five) Marine Clocks for Parts: Lot includes parts for Chelsea and Seth Thomas ship's clocks. Both Seth Thomas clocks have movements and there is a Chelsea movement in pieces.     movements may have missing parts. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
30 6 (Six) Clock Glasses: assorted clock glasses including a pastoral scene, 18th century houses, as well as two sets of glasses for the upper and lower sections of a banjo clock.     glass with pastoral scene -- the only old one -- is very incomplete. House scene is in good condition as are the matching sets of banjo glasses. $100 - $200
31 Assorted clock parts including 6 painted wooden dials, 10 painted metal dials, and 16 weights including some for 30 hour and 8 day Connecticut clocks.     most parts are old. A couple of the painted metal dials are new. Sold "as is". $150 - $250
32 Clock parts- 5 (Five) boxes of assorted parts including cuckoo cases, pendulums, dials, glasses, bells, chime rods, finials, keys, mainsprings, bezels, cord, cable, and suspension springs.     sold "as is". $300 - $500
33 Clock parts- clock parts including painted wood dials, tablets, pendulums, bells, gongs, finials, hardware, hands, two leather carriage clock cases, a multicolor Morbier pendulum, and a Junghans "Bat Boy" statue for a swinging mystery clock, and an oak wall clock case, for a self winding or other electro mechanical clock movement.     four boxes full of parts. Sold "as is". $300 - $450
34 Clock parts- Large lot of parts including wood and metal case parts, gongs, chime rods, bells, finials, pendulums, paper and metal dials, bezels, and door glasses.     six large, heavy boxes. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
35 Clock parts- wide variety of parts including a French long duration movement, B. B. Lewis calendar mechanism, French time & strike movement, two old electric movements, a wooden works movement, weights, cord, painted wooden dials, and other assorted parts.     sold "as is". $250 - $350
36 Kroeber clock parts- Assorted lot of Kroeber materials including seven wood cases, three 8 day spring driven time and strike movements, and three cast spelter clock toppers including a horse, painter, and seated woman with a lyre.     sold "as is". $200 - $300
37 Large lot of clock pendulums for a wide variety of clocks.     sold "as is". $300 - $400
38 Lot of clock parts including mainsprings, case parts, hands, pulleys, finials, case parts, cuckoo bellows, suspension springs, paper dials, and more.     $300 - $400
39 Weights- 22 (Twenty-two) brass clad weights for various types of wall and floor-standing clocks.     sold "as is". $300 - $400
40 Weights- 28 (Twenty-eight) assorted weights including tin-can, lead, and cast iron for wall, shelf, and floor-standing clocks.     sold "as is". $300 - $400
41 Weights- 50 (Fifty) assorted small weights for American 30 hour and 8 day clocks, cuckoos, and others.     sold "as is". $300 - $400
42 Watchmaker's Benches- 2 (Two): (1) hardwood veneered plywood, 15 drawers in a range of sizes for storing tools, 19 inch wide canvas tray for catching parts; (2) Dark stained softwood bench with 4 drawers and central compartment.     (1) railing on right side is missing, top is stained, and water damage along base. Both sold "as is". $200 - $300
43 Watchmakers bench, maple with 15 drawers, vise and catch tray, with contents, together with a Dazor bench lamp     bench with scrapes, stains, and minor losses, top with small area of water damage at right, lamp not working $150 - $250
44 Hamilton Mfg. Co., parts cabinet, oak case on 6 casters, with 54 drawers, each with cast pull and card holder, for storage of clock and watch parts     good overall, with wear, paint spots, and minor losses, some drawers with warped bottoms, 12 drawers lacking card holders $600 - $800
45 Books- 18 (Eighteen) books on clocks and mechanical musical instruments: Lot includes Tardy's Part Four on French clocks, a hardcover edition of "Huygens' Legacy", some desirable auction catalogs, and more. Authors include: Ly, Bailey, Tardy, Britten, Asprey, Kaltenbock, Van den Ende, Nutting, Van der Plas, Comstock, Bowers, Smith, and others.     some frayed dust jackets, but books are in generally good condition $400 - $600
46 Books- 18 (Eighteen) Hardcover Books on Clocks, Watches, and Chronometers: Authors include Von Bertele, Roberts; (2), Jagger, Hoke, Fanelli, Rees, Clutton & Daniels, Cuss, Guye & Michel, Gould, Daniels, Wright, and Haswell. Many desirable books including a copy of "The Marine Chronometer" signed by author R.T. Gould.     hardcovers, almost all with dustjackets. Some former library books, but all in good condition. $400 - $600
47 Auction Catalogs and Books- "The World of Time & Timepieces", "Dictionary of Clocks and Watches" by Eric Bruton, "In Quest of Clocks" by Kenneth Ullyet, "Sundials: Their Theory And Construction", by Albert E. Waugh, "The Celebration of the English Watch Part II: John Harrison's Enduring Discovery" Sotheby's, "Masterpieces From the Time Museum" Part Two Sotheby's, " MasterPieces From the Time Museam" Part Four Volume I Sothebys, "Britten's Old Clocks and Watches and Their Makers" Seventh Edition, "The Country Life: International Dictionary of Clocks" by Alan Smith along with catalogs from Christie's (4), Skinners (13), Sotheby's (11), Dr. Crott Auctioneers (3), Fontaine's Auction Gallary (1), Bonhams (1), Gardner Houlgate (1), Ben Wright (1), Pieces of Time (1)     $200 - $300
48 Books- 60 (Sixty) Books on Clock and Watch Repair: dozens of old editions of classic and hard-to-find books on repair topics. Authors include: Tyler, Tardy, Ord-Hume, Pellaton, Beehler, Hamilton, Rawlings, Purdom, Saunier, Bulleid, Hood, Nelthropp, Booth, Thisell, Lewis, Britten, Ried, De Carle, Abbott, Wright, Hatton, Gribi, Fried, Fritts, Garrard, Gazeley, Coleman, Glasgow, Camm, Hope-Jones, Levin, Higginbotham, Kelly, Hasluck, Goodrich, and Player     most are in fair to good condition, though a couple are in poor condition. Several are library discards. $300 - $400
49 Books- 72 (Seventy-two) Books on Clocks and Watches Dozens of hard and softcover books as well as an assortment of booklets. Authors include: Eckhardt, Cuss, Clutton, Nutting, Daniels, Fleet, Gould, Cutmore, Crossman, Harris, Fried, Jespersen, Bruton, Hunter, Britten, Shelley, Milham, Herring, Moore, O'Malley, Nijssen, Meibers, Palmer, Baillie, Woodward, Bassermann-Jordan, de Carle, Ullyett, Drepperd, Abbott, Lloyd, Willard, Cumhaill, Muir & Kraus, Hamlyn, Landes, Thomson, Korda, Sobel, and Mercer.     assorted condition, generally good or better. Many of the hardcovers have dust jackets. Sold "as is". $200 - $400
50 Year Clock Co., New York, A. D. Crane's Patent six-ball spring driven, brass fusee movement with rotary pendulum, model D.2 striking year clock.     Ebonized cherry case has scattered paint loss. Original paper under glass dial and fancy dial bezel. Hands are original. Brass mountings have lost a lot of their gilding, but all are intact. Original six-ball pendulum has a replaced rod. Suspension spring is broken, but the brass holder for the pendulum is included. A very nice bright green papered interior. Original acid etched door glass. A good example of a rare clock $2,000 - $2,500
51 Joseph Ives, New York, 8 day, time and strike, weight brass and iron plate movement mirror clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case with curly maple veneer on the corbels in an old finish. Bottom left corner block has a small veneer piece missing. Both ears on the scrolls have been repaired. Original top tablet has scattered loss. Original dial has been repainted. Original hands. Bottom tablet is by Moberg but broken original is included. Replaced mirror. Nice set of original finials. Replaced pendulum bob. No weights. $1,250 - $1,750
53 Birge & Fuller, Bristol, Conn. Steeple on Frame with Candle Finials shelf clock with an wagon spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement.     The case finish has lost its finish. There is minor veneer loss on the case. The original painted dial is in good condition with some loss at the mounting points. The movement is signed. The hands are original. The upper door glasses are original with the lower glass maintaining its original design and blue painted border. The lower glass door is also original with a small crack on the lower right side and some minor loss to the design on the glass. This glass also has a painted blue border with loss in the top right of the glass which is currently covered with a strip of blue tape. The wagon spring mechansim has been painted gold. A nice finish would make this a very presentable example. $1,200 - $1,600
54 Joseph Chadwick, Boscawen, New Hampshire, dwarf clock, 8 day, time and passing bell strike, weight driven movement in a coffin-style walnut case with painted metal dial     the case retains an old finish. The risers are replacements and the dial surround is later. The seatboard has been shaved on one side. The dial retains its original paint and is in excellent condition. The clock has a wonderful appearance and presents nicely. $1,200 - $1,500
55 Birge & Fuller, Bristol, Conn., (sold by J. J. & W. Beals, Boston) steeple on frame shelf clock with a wagon spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case.     The case has been refinishewd and has some veneer loss on the lower right front molding. The original painted dial has minor loss at the winding holes and the mounting points. The hands are period, but probably not original. The upper door glasses are original with the lower glass displaying a beautiful colored vase framed by a white border. The lower door tablet is in excellent original condition. Two of the finials show very minor loss at the top. The wagon springs chains have been replaced by wire. The case has an interior Birge and Fuller label with an overpasted label from J. J. & W. Beals in Boston. . $1,100 - $1,400
56 E. C. Brewster, Bristol, Conn., Round Gothic shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and rack strike fusee movement in a mahogany veneered case.     The case retains some old, if not original, finish. The original painted dial is signed "E. C. Brewster, Bristol, Ct" and is in excellent condition. The minute hand is original, the hour hand is not. The movement is stamped with serial number 4070. The acid etched tablet appears original. The door lock is currently loose and needs to be fixed. A scarce very early fusee clock. $1,000 - $1,200
57 Joseph Ives, New York, 8 day, time and strike, weight brass and iron plate movement mirror wall clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish has a repair to one of the original scroll tips. One small piece of cove molding next to the right chimney is missing. Original painted dial has small damage at 6:30. Original hands. Original bottom tablet has scattered loss. Top tablet is a replacement. Finials are not original as these clocks used oversized Terry type finials. Blue-green painted interior. $1,000 - $1,200
58 Unknown, most likely Maine, 30 hour, weight iron and brass weight shelf timepiece. There were several Quaker clockmakers in Maine who made movements using iron plates and brass wheels.     Maple and birdseye maple case using solid and thick veneer in an old finish in nice condition. Original painted iron dial signed "W-W" is soiled and has a very small loss at the bottom mounting pin. Original pendulum. A very nice pair of handmade hands. $1,000 - $1,500
59 Birge & Fuller, Bristol, Conn., (sold by J. J. Beals, Boston) steeple on frame shelf clock with a wagon spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case.     The case retains some original finish. There is very minor veneer loss/repair. The original painted dial, labelled "J. J. Beals, Boston" shows paint loss at the winding holes. The hands are old, but mismatched and not original to this clock. The strike side wagon spring chain is missing. The upper door glasses are both original. with the lower glass design mostly intact but with some loss to the white border. The lower door glass is original with a beautuful colored design inside a green border and is in excellent condition. The case has an interior Birge and Fuller label with an overpasted label of retailer J. J. Beals in Boston. $900 - $1,200
60 J. R. Mills & Co., Belleville New Jersey, Aaron D. Crane's Single-ball year fusee time and strike, spring brass movement shelf clock.     Painted cherry case has loss scattered loss on the base and top. Original pressed dial surround now has a painted dial off another clock. These clocks had a paper dial with a glass front. A picture of the correct dial can be found in NAWCC Bulletin Supplement 16, "Aaron Dodd Crane, An American Original", pg 49. Hands are not original. The door looks to be period and fits the case, but maybe a replacement as the knob on this model uses a screw thread arrangement to lock the door and is placed at the cross bar. The knob on this door it is placed lower down and does not align with existing hole on the case. Original pendulum ball. Nice green label inside. Frosted tablet is missing. $900 - $1,200
61 E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn. early "Venetian" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike Joseph Ives tin plate movement in a rosewood veneered case. This clock appears to be the same clock pictured on page 353 of Ken Roberts book entitled "The Contribution of Joseph Ives to Connecticut Clock Technology 1810-1862".     The case retains a fair amount of original finish. The dial has been repainted. The hands are original. The upper door glass is original as is the lower glass with floral design. Overall, a nice and very scarce clock. The case bears an excellent Ingraham interior label with and overpasted label describing the brass bushed rolling pinions and the rolling escapement. It is believed that E. Ingraham and N. L. Brewster bought the remaining Ives tin plate movements when Ives died and cased and sold them. A good example of this very scarce clock. $850 - $1,000
62 Elisha Manross, Bristol, Conn., mahogany "Steeple on Steeple" or double steeple, with uncommon fusee movement, 8 day, time and strike.     overall excellent original condition. Dial has some discoloration and crazing. If you want one double steeple clock, this one has it all. Unusual movement, good original finials, dial, hands, label, finish, etc, and with a pair of superior Fenn tablets, urn at top and birds drinking at a fountain on bottom.. $750 - $1,000
63 Birge & Fuller, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike wagon spring brass movement steeple on frame or double steeple shelf clock.     Rosewood veneered case in an old finish has lost the veneer on the front molding, some loss on the base and just above the bottom door. Bottom finials are replaced and the top finials, although old, are a later style. Original frosted center tablet is cracked. Original bottom tablet has some loss to the frosted background. Original painted dial has some loss at the mounted screws and the center. Original hands. Movement is signed. Clean label inside. With finial restoration, this will be a nice example. $600 - $900
64 Birge & Fuller, Bristol, Conn., steeple on frame shelf clock with candle finials with a spring driven, 8 day fusee time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case.     The case retains some original finish. There is a veneer loss on the lower right return. The original painted dial shows some loss at the mounting points. The hands are original. The movement is signed. Both tablets are original, but have some wear to the design and loss of boarders. $600 - $800
65 Eli Terry, Plymouth, Conn., 30-hour, time and strike, weight wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in very nice condition in an old finish. There is a small repair on the right foot. Original painted dial in clean condition for its age has some wear to the chapter ring. Original scrolls and feet. Original painted dial glass has significant loss. There is some damage at the center chimney cap. Original movement and finials. The pewter our hand is original, but the minute hand is a poor attempt at a replacement. Clean label inside. $600 - $800
66 John Birge, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, spring brass detached fusee movement steeple on frame or double steeple shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish has some veneer loss on the base and minor damage to the tips on a couple finials. Dial is a replacement. Both Fenn tablets are original. Original hands. Clean label inside. Movement is stamped "Birge & Fuller". $600 - $800
67 Joseph Ives, Plainville, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, weight brass movement O.G, gilt columns and gilt leaf crest shelf clock. This case has the earlier version of the movement as it has a partial cast iron backplate. The later version made by Hills, Goodrich & Co had full cast iron backplate.     Mahogany veneered case in an old and possibly original finish has a couple chips on the outer band, some loss on the right side and a little damage on the bottom edge of the door. Original painted dial is in nice condition. Gilt crest and columns are very nice as well. The side mirrors on either side of the columns are missing, but easily replaced. Period mirror is replaced. Minute hand has been repaired. The original label is now attached to a french broadside dated 1886. It may be possible to separate the two. Original weights which are important as they are unique to this model clock. $450 - $600
68 Ansonia Clock Co., Ansonia, Conn., 3 arm balance, Torsion Candlestick Timepiece with 2 3/4-in. embossed & silvered brass dial, thirty-hour timepiece with 3 small brass cups on the ends of the balance arms, hairspring, and regulator below the movement, back plate stamped Terry Ville Manufacturing Company, Terry Ville, Conn., Patented October 5th, 1852, milk glass pedestal and glass dome,     This torsion escapement clock was designed and manufactured by Silas B. Terry and can be found with Terryville Mfg. Co. paper dials. However, Silas's cousin, Theodore Terry became head of the Terryville firm about 1854 and was also a partner in the early Ansonia Clock Company, Some of the left over Terryville clocks were fitted with cast metal dials marked "Ansonia Clock Co." and sold by that firm shortly before their Ansonia, Conn. factory was destroyed by fire. Silvering on dial has some oxidation, hands original, stand and dome are good. $400 - $600
69 Mark Leavenworth, Waterbury, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight driven, wood movement miniature pillar & scroll shelf clock.     Mahogany veneered case in what looks to be an original finish. Replaced right foot. Minor damage on the front skirt next to the right foot. Bottom original scroll tips have been broken and repaired. Someone tried to glue on the center chimney caps and left excess glue on the surface. Left chimney cap has a little damage on the one corner. Original painted dial in very nice condition. Original hands. Original tablet has scattered loss. Upper glass while old, needs to be puttied in place. Original finials. Clean label inside. $2,500 - $3,000
70 Seth Thomas, Plymouth, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement off-center pillar & scroll shelf clock.     Mahogany veneered case in an old finish in very nice condition with original scrolls and feet and skirt. Original painted dial is very nice condition with just a small imperfection above the center arbor. The center strip on the door is cracked in places and will attention to realign the pieces. Bottom tablet looks to have been restored in place. Key escutcheon is cracked. One tooth on the strike side great wheel is missing and the pinion above has one leaf missing. Finials are missing. The name Seth Thomas on the label as been abraded off, but is in otherwise a clean label. $1,500 - $1,750
71 Erastus Hodges, Torrington, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock.     Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has some minor damage at the hinge pins. The scroll top is a replacement. The feet have been replaced and a small repairs to the skirt tips. Original painted dial has some loss in the center area. Tablet is a replacement. Period hands. Movement has had repairs. The back of the dial has a label detailing some of the work done in 1968 by the late Ed LaFond. The backboard is unusual in that it has what looks to be a Chauncey Jerome label over pasted on the Hodges label. From the strip of wood on the top and underside of the top this case may have had slots for pulleys for different movement at one time and was restored back to what it is now. Bell is a replacement. Finials are replacements. $700 - $900
72 Seth Thomas, Plymouth, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish in nice condition with a repair to the right scroll tip, a small repair just to the right of center and minor damage on the upper left side of the door.. Original feet and skirt with a small veneer repair on the left corner. Original painted dial in nice condition with some wear at the chapter ring. Tablet is a replacement. Nice set of period Terry finials that are not the correct type for this maker. Dark label inside. $700 - $900
73 J. C. Brown, Forestville, Connecticut, acorn clock, rosewood veneered case with laminated, full-length door flanked by conforming laminated side ornaments capped with turned acorns, and framing a replacement tablet depicting two children playing with bunnies in a classical garden setting and beneath a theatrical curtain with stars in green and bronze paint, all on an ogee molded base, roman numeral zinc dial inscribed "Forestville Manufg. (sic) Co/Bristol. Ct. U.S.A.", chestnut backboard with pale green dust paper lining and card stock printed label stating "Eight Day Spring Clocks,/Manufactured by J. C. Brown,/Bristol, Conn." all within a pin-wheel border, eight day lyre shaped movement stamped "Forestville Mfg. Co./Bristol, Ct/USA" with count-wheel strike, recoil escapement and detached mounted springs and wooden fusees in the base below the card stock label.     Reverse-painted tablet is a painted version of the original transfer decorated tablet, both lower and upper glass are re-painted, chestnut backboard has been re-glued, re-nailed and re-positioned. It is the original backboard but due to shrinkage and strain from the springs, has required repairs through the years. Base is undisturbed. Dial probably was cleaned and relined at some point but the signature appears to be undisturbed. Movement has no significant repairs or replacements. The spade hands are incorrect and the present minute hand has a very clever repair using an old watch hand soldered to the back. $3,000 - $4,000
74 Forestville Mfg. Co., J. C. Brown, Bristol, Conn. miniature steeple shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a rosewood ripple front case.     Most of the old finish on the case has been removed. There are no areas of veneer loss. The original signed painted dial has darkened with age and shows some paint loss. The movement is signed. The hour hand is original. The minute hand is period, but not a mate. The lower movement mounting block is a replacement. Both finials have some tip loss. The door upper clear glass may be replaced, but the interesting lower tablet is original. A scarce clock. $800 - $900
75 Forestville Mfg. Co., J. C. Brown, Bristol, Conn., ripple front steeple clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case.     The case retains a wonderful original finish. There is a small piece of ripple molding missing on the right front base of the clock. The movement (unsigned) and dial may be from another clock. The painted dial is in very good condition. The hour hand is correct for this clock but the minute hand is not. The bottom glass (image of J. C. Brown's residence) is a replacement. The upper door glass is original. $800 - $1,000
76 J. C. Brown, Bristol, Conn., shelf clock with a painted, gilt and MOP inlay decorated iron front case with a Noah pomeroy balance escapement movement with a fancy cast metal silvered dial, stamped with J. C. Brown signature.     Iron case has its original finish and the pearl inlays are intact.. The cast metal dial is very nice with brown's name stamped in. The hour hand is original but the minute hand is a replacement. The movement is signed. This a scarce miniature clock. $750 - $950
77 J. C. Brown, Forestville, Conn., (Forestville Mfg), early and uncommon "Picture Frame" clock. A paper mache case decorated with mother of pearl and gold painted flowers over a black background. 8 day     The lower tablet of J. C. Brown, is a restoration. This clock is otherwise in very good to excellent original condition. The label inside the case has turned dark, and has some flaking near the gong, but is still fully legible.. The original dial has some scrapes and some discoloration in the center; dial signature is still good. Decorated dial tablet is original. The movement is most likely from Brewster and Ingrahams -- see ribbed plate showing below the dial. A sister to this clock offered at Skinners on 4-25-15 sold for $1,353. $750 - $950
78 Forestville Mfg. Co., J. C. Brown, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement four column round gothic or onion top ripple molding shelf clock.     Rosewood veneered case in nice condition in original finish. Original painted dial has some wear to the signature. Original hands and tablet. Movement is signed. Dark label inside. A very clean example. $500 - $700
79 Forestville Mfg. Co., J. C. Brown, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement OG form picture frame paper mache wall clock.     Paper mache case front in fine condition with original gold decoration and MOP inlay that has only one small MOP piece missing on the right side. Original signed painted dial has minor loss at the mounting pins. Original hands. Both glasses are original with some small loss in the center area on the bottom tablet of Buckingham Palace. Slightly dark label inside. Original bone knob. $500 - $700
80 Reymond, Boult. des Italiens 36, Paris, a black slate mantel clock with automata, the stone case with rectangular, molded base, drumhead top, and mid section with gilt trimmed bevelled glass panel, before a gilt bronze blacksmith shop diorama, the forge at right, and with figure of cupid at his anvil, forging arrows, his hammer rising and falling as the clock strikes, signed Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day, time and strike pendule de Paris movement     case with minor flakes and chips, glass good, blacksmith shop with areas of verdigris, dial with scratch near center, hands with oxidation, movement oxidized, and with areas of verdigris, some steel with rust, ticks ands strikes, bell and pendulum replaced, automata functional $2,500 - $3,500
81 France, an attractive architectural mantel clock with animated figure, gilt and silvered bronze case, the rectangular base on gilt, scroll feet with Grecian ornament, the mid section also with cast ornament surrounding the Roman numeral silvered dial, and top with deeply molded, ornamental cornice, surmounted by a figure of Cupid with his bow and quiver, now with a smaller cupid at his feet, above a cluster of flowers, and attached to a wire linked to the pallet arbor, rocking to and fro as the clock runs, 8 day, time and strike pendule de Paris movement signed "Rodel", with silk thread suspension     case dirty, silvered surfaces with some staining and tarnish, gilding good, the animated cupid an incorrect replacement for the original butterfly, dial with tarnish, hands with minor oxide, movement needs work, ticks, strike mainspring broken, bell missing $1,800 - $2,400
82 France, for Harris & Harrington, New York, lyre form mantel clock, white marble case with gilt bronze mounts, including fruit and floral festoons, trailing vines and other foliate ornament, the top with rose wreath, torch and quiver, knife edge pendulum suspended behind the top ornament and with oscillating ring of brilliants, Arabic numeral white enamel dial with polychrome enamel garlands, ornate, gilt, pierced and engraved hands, 8 day, time and strike pendule de Paris movement, c1900     marble without chips or cracks, ornaments at base with minor losses to gilding, a few spots of verdigris at top, dial with a few minor scratches, hands good, pendulum good, movement ticks and strikes. A nice example. $1,800 - $2,400
83 French. bronze & ormolu figural clock, depicting a French Barrister with his law books atop pedestal, and reading scrolls held in his left hand. The well made bell strike movement, with silk thread suspension, with bezel and glazed door intact over dial, the brass dial center embossed, and the silvered chapter ring with painted Roman Numerals.     there is loss to gilding on corners and high spots, especially on the waist molding of acanthus leaves. Detail on the figure is exceptional. Movement is complete; would benefit from cleaning. Breguet style moon hands. $1,500 - $2,000
84 France, an unusual and amusing figural mantel clock, the gilt bronze case with rectangular base on owl form feet, supporting a Gothic ruin with fountain in a rustic landscape, the scene transformed at the observer's will by the placement of the removable, squatting female figure, taking a moment to relieve herself, case back with sheet brass enclosure now with Arabic numeral metal dial and 30 hour timepiece movement     case dirty, lacking gilding, minor tarnish and staining, dial and movement replaced, lower movement and glass rod original and functional, and presenting a convincing stream when running. An identical timepiece was included in Antiquorum's Art of Horology in France sale, lot 221, Geneva, November 14, 1993, which retains its original, Roman numeral gilt dial, and time only movement. $2,000 - $3,000
85 France, a small, lighthouse form novelty timepiece, the gilt and silvered, simulated ashlar case containing the 8 day movement, with balance composed of two crossed discs joined by eight vertical glass rods, and oscillating in the cylindrical turret, Roman numeral white enamel dial with gilt spade and whip hands     losses to gilding, silvering with some wear, turret railing with minor bends, dial with hairlines, and losses to enamel at center, minute hand a bit short, escape wheel cock shimmed, ticks briefly, needs service $1,300 - $1,600
86 Cailly Freres, Paris, a bronze and griotte marble figural mantel clock, the stepped marble case with gilt, classical ornament, and surmounted by a patinated, seated male figure with robe and laurel crown, in a contemplative pose, the clock dial also of red marble and with applied, gilt Roman numerals and arrow form hands, signed, 8 day, time and strike pendule de Paris movement, originally with silk thread suspension     marble with minor chips and with repaired breaks, gilding dirty, patination good, two dial numerals missing, minute hand with bends, ticks and strikes $1,200 - $1,500
88 France, extra large patinated spelter figural clock, depicting a tall woman in classic Greek gown, (figure is 25"), standing beside a fluted pedestal with footed accents, and with a good bell strike movement.     the bronze colored paint has failed in a couple of places, revealing spelter and flux beneath. The large piece of marble is very heavy and would make you think it is bronze, but it is not. Movement is sound; would benefit from cleaning. Large and imposing. $900 - $1,200
89 France, for Bigelow, Kennard & Co., Boston, a sienna marble, gilt and patinated bronze mantel clock, the stepped stone base on gilt feet and supporting a patinated lyre form clock with gilt, naturalistic ornament, surmounted buy a gilt eagle finial, and with flanking, patinated putto gesturing toward the timepiece, Roman numeral white enamel dial with engine turned center, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day timepiece movement with lever platform and cut bimetallic balance     very dirty, gilt and patinated surfaces largely intact, wear to gilding on feet and bead and reel moldings, marble with a few minor flakes, dial very good, hands with minor oxide, running, would benefit from service $900 - $1,200
90 Large Crystal Regulator, Paris, with brass and beveled glass case, porcelain roman numeral dial with "R-A" regulation at the XII, eight-day spring powered round movement marked "H & F/Paris" with countwheel hour strike on a gong and two-jar mercury temperature compensated pendulum.     All glass in good condition, brass case with age consistent tarnish, movement complete but wants cleaning. $800 - $1,200
91 France, a gilt bronze mounted marble lyre clock, the case richly ornamented with classical ornament and with outward facing "le coq gaulois", Arabic numeral white enamel dial with floral garlands, pierced and engraved Louis XV style hands, and pendulum with Medusa mask suspended above the 8 day, time and strike pendule de Paris movement     marble dirty and with minor repairs, gilding on ornaments good, top ornament missing, one foot loose, dial with discoloration and repairs, pendulum rod a poorly made replacement, crutch and bell stand also poor quality replacements, pendulum ornament bent and with minor loss, ticks and strikes, bell detached $700 - $900
92 Marti Marble and Ormolu Figural Mantel Clock, Paris, with variegated marble, brass and beveled glass case, porcelain roman numeral dial, and marble plinths for Cupid and probably Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love flanking a stepped top with ormolu trim and doves in a love nest at the top, all on a raised base with Putti on the facade and gargoyle feet, eight-day round French movement cast Marti emblem on the back plate, count-wheel hour and half hour strike on a bell and brass bob pendulum.     Rear left foot is loose. All marble and beveled glass in good condition. slight chipping on dial around winding arbors. $700 - $900
93 France, a bronze and black slate figural mantel clock, the stone case with canted corners, and replete with gilt masks and naturalistic ornament, surmounted by a figure of a hunter in a rustic landscape, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel hands, and 8 day, time and strike pendule de Paris movement with silk thread suspension, signed "Gonin Aine"     dirty, stone with minor flakes and chips, gilding and patination good, dial with hairline and chips, ticks and strikes, bell missing, pendulum replaced $600 - $900
94 France, large 6-column marble and bronze "Crystal Regulator" with fancy porcelain dial with polychrome floral decorations, the case surmounted by a bronze lion. 2-vial compensating pendulum.     the retainer nuts for the lion are absent, an easy fix. Beveled glass is good, dial no defects. Bell strike movement is complete and sound; would benefit from cleaning. Cast brass fancy hands are original. Note two colors of marble, mottled cream and gray. Large and heavy, special packing required. $500 - $800
95 Musical Themed French Figural Clock with seated lady playing a drum, the gilt spelter figure seated on a rush-seated stool and arm folded leaning on her drum which carries a white porcelain roman numeral dial and moon hands at the front and a Japy Freres eight day, rack-striking movement cast with the Freres logo, powered by two coiled springs and regulated by pendulum, a trombone and tambourine leaning on the chair complete the setting, all on an alabaster fluted base with gilt beads and raised rosette feet.     Some losses to gilding on spelter figure, pendulum bob only, no rod; alabaster base in good condition but could use a light cleaning. $400 - $600
96 France, three piece mantel garniture, clock and matching candelabra on cast brass rococo bases with porcelain panels featuring polychrome figures and gilt borders, 8 day, time and strike, pendule de Paris movement by Japy Freres, counts the hours on gong.     Case is in generally good condition except that some gilding is worn and tarnished in spots. Gold on porcelain dial is thin in a couple of areas. Wood base with gong has been poorly glued into case. Signed movement ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $300 - $500
97 Differential Power Clock Co., Chicago, "Year Running" wall clock with unique patented double spring movement in a robust oak case, and with original front tablet identifying the clock.     the oak case has been refinished' there is a small chip in cornice molding, top right. Minor flaking to the gilt advertising glass. The movement is powered by two extra large cprings, contained in barrels, and with stepped down gearing to assist in winding. The original silvered/alumized dial is excellent and the full original I.D. along the bottom margin = "Manufactured by Differential Power Clock Co., Chicago, U.S.A." Large winding crank is included. $1,000 - $1,500
100 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Florida" base and figural "Group No. 1089" shelf clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement     Cast metal and figure set are in very nice condition retaining most of the silver finish. Original extra fancy dial is very nice with original hands. Movement is signed. $1,600 - $1,800
101 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Ansonia Banjo No. 3", 8 day, time and strike with Westminster chime spring brass movement banjo wall clock.     Mahogany case in an aged original finish. Original beveled chipped design glasses in both doors. Original silvered dial has some surface wear, scratches and surface wear at the winding arbors. Original hands, pendulum and eagle finial. Overall this a very nice example. $1,500 - $2,000
102 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Eureka and Group No. 1121 the Boar Hunter", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement mantel clock.     Cast iron and cast metal case in nice condition retaining most of its silver finish. The statue is in nice condition also. Original dial is very nice. Original hands. Movement is signed. Rear access door is missing. $1,400 - $1,600
103 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Florida, with Group No. 1090", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement figural mantel clock.     Cast metal case retains much of its applied silver finish with some surface wear and tarnished areas. Original dial is very nice. Original hands. Movement is signed. $1,400 - $1,600
104 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Minuet", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement figural mantel clock.     Cast metal case in nice condition looks to have retained much of its original finish. Original porcelain dial is fine. Original hands. Movement is signed. $1,400 - $1,600
105 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Virginia base with Shepard Boy", 8 day, time and strike figural mantel clock .     The case and figural statue are both in excellent condition with restoration to the finish. A very nice embossed dial with porcelain numbers. The number 12 has a small hairline crack. The hands are original. The movement is signed. $1,400 - $1,600
106 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Excelsior" crystal regulator, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement with visible Brocot escapement in a gilt finished brass case on claw feet, cream porcelain dial with Roman numerals and red interstitial decorations, cast pendulum with female face, strikes on cathedral gong.     case is in very good overall condition with a few small losses of gilding. One of the pallet jewels is a steel replacement. Signed porcelain dial is fine as are beveled glasses. Pendulum and hands are correct. The signed movement ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $1,200 - $1,600
107 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Huntress" figural swinger, 8 day, time only, spring driven movement mounted inside a brass sphere with cast ribbon ornament and applied Arabic numerals, Louis XV style hands, the lower section in gridiron style with smaller sphere at the bottom, all supported by patinated spelter figure of a young woman carrying game birds standing atop an ebonized cast iron base, c1900.     figure has all of her fingers and appears undamaged other than sizable losses to patination. Large sphere with browning of original lacquer and some scratches, particularly on the bottom. Lower sphere will need ring to connect two halves. The signed movement is running, but was not tested long term. A very original example. $1,200 - $1,500
108 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Summer and Winter" 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement figural mantel clock.     Cast metal case in very nice restored condition. Original porcelain dial has a hairline crack at 5:30. Original hands. Movement is signed. $1,200 - $1,600
109 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, rare "Emperor" model shelf clock, 4-glass crystal regulator, with cloisonne enamel inlay on all 4 sides, top and bottom, and faux compensating pendulum     overall excellent original condition. In 37 years of selling, we have had only 1 other of this model. The most recent sale I find is lot 493 at Skinners / 2013, selling for $1140, and an internet dealer currently has one for sale for $1500. This clock has been well cared for during the last century and is truly impressive Except for a little wear on high spots, nearly all of the original gilding remains and with fine porcelain dial, good hands, high quality pendulum, and open Brocot escapement with garnet pallets. $1,000 - $1,500
110 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Floral", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Brass and cast metal case in a Syrian Bronze finish looks to be in nice condition. Original porcelain dial and flat glasses are fine with original hands and pendulum. Movement is signed. $900 - $1,200
111 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Major" wall clock, walnut cased mirror side, 8 day gong strike.     this is a very uncommon clock, and the first one we are selling in 37 years. Ansonia first merchandised this model in 1883, but it did not sell well, and the patterns were revised to this configuration. (see this exact model in Ly's Ansonia book, page 186, from the Wyer collection): This clock is in excellent original condition, with original barrel pendulum, beat scale, dial, cherubs, mirrors and finish. Minor rippling in the black paper backing inside case. Rear original about 2/3 remaining. Sure to please any Ansonia collector. $900 - $1,200
112 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Melody and Motion", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement mantel clock.     Cast metal silver finish case has aged to a mellow pewter color is in nice condition. Original porcelain dial is fine. Original hands. Movement is signed. This clock sold for $62.70 in 1894. $900 - $1,200
113 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Undine" 8 day, time and strike, spring driven brass movement mantel clock with a figure of "Gloria" on top.     Cast metal case in nice condition with much of the verde bronze finish remaining. The Gloria statue is in the same nice condition except for a shaft of wheat that she is holding in her raised arm is broken off, but is included with the clock. Original porcelain dial has a hairline crack and a small chip at the strike side winding arbor and some roughness on the time side. The minute hand is possibly replacement. $900 - $1,200
114 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Winter", 8 day, time and strike metal case figural mantel clock.     Cast metal case in a silver finish in nice condition. Original porcelain dial has a hairline crack at 6 o'clock. Original hands. Movement is signed. This clock sold for $55.00 in 1894. $900 - $1,200
115 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Solo", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement figural mantel clock.     This large cast metal figural case has been nicely restored. Original porcelain dial has a hairline crack at the time side winding arbor. Hands are replaced. Movement is signed. This clock sold for $55.00 in 1894. $800 - $1,000
116 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Capitol", 8 day, double weight brass movement wall timepiece.     Refinished walnut case in nice condition has what looks to be slightly burned bottom corner and minor damage at the right back corner of the molded top. Original porcelain dial has a couple fine hairline cracks in the center area and one at one o'clock. Original hands. Three of the six finials are nicely made copies. Nice label on the back. $700 - $900
117 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Lydia", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement metal case figural mantel clock.     The large heavy cast metal silver finished case has aged to more of gun metal appearance. Original gilt and silvered dial is very nice. Original hands. $700 - $900
118 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Boar Hunter", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement mantel clock     Cast metal case has some remains of the Japanese bronze finish. There is some scattered loss on the black painted metal base. Original porcelain dial is fine. Original hands. Movement is signed. This clock sold for $45.00 in 1894. $600 - $800
119 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Viceroy ", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Brass and cast metal case is now gold painted. Original porcelain dial and three of the beveled glass panels are fine. Front glass panel has a corner chip. Original hands and pendulum. $600 - $800
120 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Gonfalon", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Green onyx case has some slight roughness the edge of the curved sides and a small chip on the right front base corner. Much of the gilding on the cast ornaments is intact. Original porcelain dial and the four beveled glass panels are fine. Original hands and pendulum. Engraving inside reads: "Roy and William from Florence Aug. 27, 1908". Movement is signed. $500 - $700
121 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Bard" figural mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement with visible brocot escapement in a spelter case on an enameled cast iron base, white enamel dial with Roman numerals.     the entire case has been zealously airbrushed creating a bright multicolor finish over the original. Cast piece below dial is absent. Top urn replaced with a small putto figure, which has suffered a break at the ankle. Hanging ornaments on either side of the case are missing. Dial, hands, and beveled glass are in good condition. Signed movement ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $400 - $600
122 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Queen Isabella", 8 day, time and strike in a pressed and carved oak wall case.     the top 2 drop finials were replaced long ago and stained to match. Otherwise this clock is in excellent original condition, with nicely patinated original finish, complete and sharp original dial (with some darkening), proper pendulum and great original label on reverse of case. An uncommon model; for details see Tran Duy Ly's book on Ansonia (1998) page 191, figure 624. $400 - $600
123 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Renaissance", day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Brass and cast metal case in nice condition has most of it's gilding intact. Original porcelain dial and beveled glass panels are fine. Original hands and pendulum. Movement is signed. $400 - $600
124 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Capitol" model wall timepiece, 8- day double spring movement with seconds bit below 12, in an oak case.     the metal facial figure of Diana has been painted dark brown, should be gold, and the finish has been rubbed / cleaned wtih steel wool and then waxed; othewise this clock appears in good original condition. Retains original paper dial that has gone dark; Ansonia trademark shows clearly. Large cast beat scale intact in bottom of case. Brass pendulum bob is clean with NO dents. Seems to run OK. $300 - $400
125 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Jumper No. 2" bobbing doll novelty timepiece, 30 hour, time only, spring driven movement that powers the clock and bouncing bisque doll, cast metal stand, 4 inch paper dial.     case is in good as found condition. Original paper dial is slightly stained. Hands are original. Doll is a modern replacement of the wrong design. The movement ticks and the doll bounces, but it was not tested long term. $300 - $400
126 Elmer O. Stennes, Weymouth, Mass. girandole wall clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven Kilbourn & Proctor movement in a mahogany case with gold painted front and reverse painted throat and lower convex glass tablets, with painted aluminum dial     the original gold leafing is present with oxidation to balls on base. The brass sidearms are tarnished. The dial is signed Elmer Stennes and the case is stamped 72 and 5. $2,000 - $3,000
127 Foster Campos, Pembroke, Mass., 8 day, weight driven brass movement Lyre front banjo wall timepiece. Case is stamped "5" and "72".     The clock is in excellent original condition, like new. $2,000 - $3,000
128 James Arthur, New York, New York, banjo style shelf clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement in a substantial and well made mahogany case, the silvered metal dial with skeletonized center, heavy brass pendulum bob with turned concentric convex rings, and damascened weight     the case retains its original finish. There is a jewel-like pattern on the movement mounting plate and on the heavy brass weight cover. The top and bottom door are fastened by heavy brass latches from the period. Weight runs on a vertical steel track. This clock is signed with Arthur's stamp and dated 1903 on the rear of the unusual pendulum bob. Odd pieces from the James Arthur estate are very collectible and have filtered onto the market over the past half century, including a standing regulator with remontoire we sold at our May 2016 auction for $15,000 plus 15% Buyer's Premium. Arthur emigrated to NY from Scotland and owned and operated a New York City machine shop for patent models. Both the study of clocks and making unique items were his hobby. $2,000 - $3,000
129 Theodore E. Burleigh, Winchester, Mass. gilt front presentation "Truth and Justice" banjo clock, with mahogany case surmounted by an acorn finial, brass bezel over the roman numeral dial signed "T. E. Burleigh, Jr./Winchester, Mass", gilded rope molded frames support reverse-painted tablets in gold and white, the lower box glass depicts Truth and Justice as mythical women holding the liberty cap and pole, and the balance scale as Justice and Equality, flanking the Federal eagle perched atop of the world globe and clutching the banner with the United States motto, "E. Pluribus Unum" (out of many, one), all set against a stage of canon balls, flags, a drum and a Federal shield as a pendulum aperture, the whole resting on a carved and gilded pediment with balls and acorn drop, eight day brass time only movement stamped "Kilbourn & Proctor Inc.", with recoil escapement, all powered by a lead weight and regulated by a brass faced pendulum bob and steel rod.     Hands mismatched, dial repainted, dial and gilding with some minor losses, movement needs cleaning and lubrication $2,000 - $2,500
130 Elmer O. Stennes, Weymouth, Mass., 8 day, weight brass movement patent or banjo timepiece. Case is stamped "24" and "74".     Mahogany and mahogany veneered banded case in fine condition has a small ding on the bottom door. Original painted dial, hands, pendulum, signed movement and weight. $1,200 - $1,500
131 Elmer O. Stennes, Weymouth, Mass., dwarf tall or "Grandmother" clock, model "GM #2" with 8 day, time only, weight driven, brass Kilbourn & Proctor movement with painted metal dial with rocking ship in a pine case, stamped "74" and "1" and branded with Stennes signature on rear of trunk door     the clock is in excellent original condition. $1,200 - $1,500
132 Elmer O. Stennes, Weymouth, Mass., dwarf tall or "Grandmother" clock, model "GM #2", 8 day, time, strike and Westminster chiming spring driven Smiths English brass movement with brass dial and silvered chapter ring in a cherry case, stamped "67" and "52" and branded with Stennes signature on rear of trunk door     the clock is in excellent original condition. $1,000 - $1,400
133 Elmer O. Stennes, Weymouth, Mass., Presentation banjo wall timepiece. This item must have been special ordered from Stennes as it has no hole in the dial for a weight driven movement, but was apparently originally fitted a c1970 battery driven electric movement.     Mahogany banded case in original finish. This timepiece has a plaque attached at the bottom bracket that states this was given to "The Cleveland Agency, C. Carter Schneider, General Agent, 1968- 1972" for outstanding surface in organization development. This was awarded by the "The Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co." The bottom tablet is of the Headquarters building in Hartford, Connecticut. The case is stamped "68" and "65". The case is in fine condition. $500 - $700
134 Elmer O. Stennes, Weymouth, Mass., 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement pillar & scroll shelf clock. Case is stamped "36", "75".     Mahogany & mahogany veneered case in original finish has some lifting on the cross strip and a small piece missing on the scroll. Original dial, finials, hands and tablet. Clean label inside. $400 - $500
135 Elmer O. Stennes, Weymouth, Mass., Miniature Banjo Clock, roman numeral dial signed by maker, brass side ornaments flanking the waist glass with American shield, lower glass with British and American war ships in battle during the War of 1812 with a geometric border in red, blue and gold, both glasses held by rope molded mahogany frames, all resting on a carved mahogany pedestal eight day spring powered lever escapement movement and winding key.     No significant repairs, replacements or damage, movement starts with minimal winding $300 - $400
136 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., "Model 2Q" hanging regulator for Ball Watch Company, Cleveland, Ohio, the oak No. 3 style case with octagonal top opening to the painted zinc arabic numeral dial, marked "Ball Watch Co./Cleveland.", and "Chelsea Clock Company/Boston U.S.A.", seconds bit and blued steel spade hands, with lower glazed door for pendulum and weight access, all on a molded pedestal, eight day brass trapezoidal plate movement marked "Chelsea Clock Company/Boston U.S. A.", dead-beat escapement with beat setting adjustment, maintaining power, movement and pendulum mounted to the iron bracket fastened to the back of the case, all powered by a compounded cylindrical brass weight and regulated by a flat wooden rod and brass pendulum, serial #176976     dial is original and undisturbed and the center hole is elongated for the hand arbor probably due to careless mounting of the dial to the case, old case surface was refinished some time ago, stained dark with some open grain, period weight and pendulum. All of the Ball Watch Co. timekeepers, both watches and clocks, were produced under contract to their strict standards. The movement chart in the rear of Demeter's book on Chelsea, pages 248-249, gives production details. Note the following: first order was on 10/24/24: 20 2Q clocks ordered by Ball. Second order placed on 12/05/24, 10 more 2Qs; then 12/24/24 90 more 2Qs. Last order was 11/18/26 for 100 2Qs. Total 2Qs appears to be 220 made for Webb C. Ball. Interestingly, in filling the contract, Chelsea patterned not only the case, but also the movement after the the Seth Thomas Regulator No. 3, but with their typical quality refinements and spoked hour wheel. .Seth Thomas also supplied their #3 to Ball, see "Railroad Timekeeping" NAWCC, Chicagoland Chapter. This movement is clearly signed Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, U.S.A., and with serial number shown above. The case on this clock is about 50% heavier than the veneered Seth Thomas case. We sold a similar example from the Wasserman collection in October of 2011 for $7000 plus 15% Buyer's Premium. The only Chelsea weight driven clock rarer than this is their No. 5. $3,500 - $4,500
137 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., "Base and Ball" ship's clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven jeweled movement in a heavy brass case with hinged bezel on ball feet, 8.5 inch silvered dial. Serial number 76456.     In later years this model was renamed the "Commodore" and then the "Constitution". The silvered dial has some very minor scratches. Heavy brass case has an old patina and some small scuffs. The movement ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $1,500 - $2,000
138 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass, "Mahogany and Metal" ship's clock, 8 day, time and ship's bells, spring driven jeweled movement in a heavy cast brass case with hinged bezel, 8 inch signed silvered dial, all on a rectangular mahogany stand. Serial number 527160.     Heavy cast brass case has a warm patina. 8 inch silvered dial looks very clean and has probably been resilvered. Someone has carefully hand-scribed the numbers 531690 into the dial. Hands are original. Case sits in a robust mahogany holder with some minor scrapes. Movement ticks and strikes. $800 - $1,100
139 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., early 20th Century, limited production "Lyre Banjo" with quality Chelsea lever movement. With original tablet depicting the "Daniel Webster" a new packet ship.     there are minor nicks and scrapes commensurate with the age of the piece. This is an uncommon model, sure to appeal to Chelsea collectors. Movement is sound, but requires cleaning; note minute hand retainer screw is missing [a standard Chelsea item]. Retains original dial, hands, eagle, finish, tablet, etc. Original silvered dial has some extra holes to hold it to the case, but is original to the case. $800 - $1,200
140 Boston Clock Company, Boston, Mass., Cherry Cased Wall Clock, with 12-inch painted zinc roman numeral dial marked by retailer "Daniel Pratt's Son/Boston", the lower glazed door for pendulum and weight access and shelf like pedestal below, eight day time only brass movement with front plate stamped "Boston Clock Co./Boston", recoil escapement, flat wooden pendulum rod, damascened pendulum bob, and iron weight with compound pulley.     Case completely refinished, repainted lower glass, lacking pendulum tie-down on wooden weight baffle, dial cleaned and relined. $600 - $800
141 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass "Chinese Lacquer" easel-style desk clock, 8 day, time only, spring driven balance wheel movement, with 4.5 inch silvered chapter ring, movement serial number 538546.     the heavy painted case shows some wear, especially the raised gold areas. The thick beveled glass and hands are fine. The movement ticks and sets, but was not tested long term. $200 - $300
142 Wm. L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Berkshire" model, uncommon calendar clock with the calendar mechanism mounted to the door.     overall in very good to excellent original condition. Gilbert produced this calendar in several case models, and the Berkshire is the most difficult to find today. See detail photos, as this clock retains original calendar instructions, inside door, orig pendulum, dial, hands, etc. In 2005 this was a 2500 dollar clock. Owing to its uncommon nature, it should still attract a lot of interest. $1,500 - $2,000
143 Wm. L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Elberon", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement digital dial calendar clock.     Oak case in very nice condition in an original finish. Original paper dial has some surface abrasion and stains at the winding arbors. Original hands and tablet. Small center finial and balls look to be nicely made copies. Nice label inside and on the back. Overall a very nice clock. $800 - $1,000
144 Wm. L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Office Drop Calendar" clock, 8 day, time and strike, with Gilbert's version of the famous Maranville's calendar system, and in a walnut case with carved trim.     there is a small bit of paper dial missing above the Month aperture, the top crest is a replacement and a piece of dark purple label missing on the left side in the lower box. Otherwise this is an excellent example of this model. Retains original dial, hands, pendulum and finish, plus good label on reverse [minor loss to label]. Gilbert made many drop octagons right after the Civil War with Maranville's patent metal calendar, but they came up with this paper over zinc, with card-stock day circle to circumvent the original patent and avoid royalties. For details, see Tran Duy Ly's book on Gilbert clocks, page 85. At the height of interest in 2005, this was a 2000 dollar clock. $900 - $1,200
145 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 89 Regulator", wall clock, 8 day, time only weight driven movement in a oak case with 12 inch, Roman numeral painted dial     the case retains its original finish nicely rubbed down with a slight abrasion above the lower right finial. The dial retains its original paint with very minor touch up around mounting screws, winding arbor and seconds bit. The finely damascened pendulum bob retains its original gold leafed pendulum rod. The reverse painted "STANDARD TIME" on door glass is original and in good condition. This is a nice example. $4,000 - $5,000
146 Howard & Davis, Boston, Mass., "No. 2 Regulator" banjo clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement in a cherry case with reverse painted throat and lower tablets and painted metal dial     when the case was refinished, all of the original graining was removed, and the case stained medium cherry [originals were finished as imitation rosewood]. The dial was professionally repainted, and has the proper size numerals, but no maker was applied. The #2 movement is correct and signed "Howard & Davis". The pendulum is correct. Pendulum tie-down is absent. Tablet glass is old and wavy, however both have been professionally restored. This is the most difficult size to find. It could be improved by having the case properly re-grained. $2,000 - $2,500
147 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass, "No. 95 Banjo Clock", in mahogany case with eagle finial surmounting the Arabic numeral dial marked "E. Howard & Co./Boston", brass bezel, flat frames for the reverse-paintings on glass, the lower depicting and marked "Constitution--Guerriere" in a blazing War of 1812 battle, a gilt patriotic eagle and banner tops the pendulum viewing port, all enclosed in a red, black and gilt oval cartouche with leafage surround and spandrels, the waist flanked with unusual brass side ornaments features repeating elements and colors set in an oblong border, the base carries a carved pedestal with acorn drop, eight day nickel plate movement marked "E. Howard & Co./Boston" with recoil escapement and viewing ports, maintaining power, and Geneva stop all powered by a lead weight and regulated by a brass faced pendulum bob with flat wooden rod and tie-down.     Moberg painted glasses, lower glass signed by Moberg, repainted dial, case frames with batch numbers "62" on waist and "78" on waist case edge and on box frame, (this is not an indication of any condition problem and should not be viewed as such): Unusual side ornaments have scrolls in the usual position of diamonds cut out from the solid. $1,800 - $2,300
148 E. Howard & Co.. Boston, Mass., "No. 10 Regulator" figure eight reissue wall clock, Serial #211, the walnut case in the figure eight form with roman numeral metal dial signed "E. Howard & Co./Boston", the full length door with glazed opening for the dial, waist section with gold and black geometric shaped decoration and lower 6-inch opening with black, gold and maroon concentric circles and center for pendulum viewing, lower turned drop at the base, eight day brass time only movement with front plate stamped "E. Howard & Co./Boston", "No. 10", "SN 211" and "6/76", recoil escapement all powered by an iron weight and regulated by a brass rod, and brass-faced pendulum bob.     Case in original surface, slight nicks on dial bezel, original hands, pendulum, weight, glass, etc. Movement should be cleaned. A very respectable re-issue Howard No. 10 Figure 8. $1,800 - $2,200
149 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "Model 95" Re-issue, Serial No. 124, gilt brass eagle surmounting the brass bezel which opens to the roman numeral dial marked "E. Howard & Co./Boston", cross banded inlaid frames house the reverse-painted glasses of the geometric and cross hatched pattern in green, gold leaf and off-white, cast brass side ornaments flank the waist section and a carved pedestal completes the design at the bottom, eight day brass time only movement stamped "E. Howard & Co./Boston/ 95" with recoil escapement, powered by a weight and regulated by a brass faced pendulum bob and brass rod.     Mahogany banded case in very fine condition with original glasses and gilt brass eagle. Label inside from the E. Howard Co., with serial number and date of manufacture, 1991. $1,200 - $1,800
150 E. Howard & Co. Boston, Mass., "No. 95 Banjo Clock", the special order mahogany case surmounted by a cast brass eagle finial, roman numeral dial signed "E. Howard & Co./ Boston", slightly convex frames with two lines of segmented dark and light inlays frame the superb reverse-paintings on glass, the lower depicting the patriotic scene of American and British war ships (presumably the Constitution and the Guerriere) both flying their national colors set within Patriotic iconography including a draped American flag, canons, an anchor and a central eagle perched on a Federal shield for pendulum viewing all framed by gilt flaming columns, the waist glass flanked by brass side ornaments depicts a floral basket, cross-hatched cartouche and finial with draperies and floral spray, below a carved pedestal with balls and acorn drop, eight day brass weight powered movement stamped "E. Howard & Co./Boston" with maintaining power, Geneva stop and recoil escapement with front plate viewing ports, all powered by a lead weight and regulated by a brass faced pendulum bob and flat wooden rod.     Practically, as new. No significant repairs, restoration or replacements. Slight damage to groove accepting the waist section weight baffle. This superb timepiece was the best of these replica Willard banjo clocks that Howard offered during this time period. $1,000 - $1,500
151 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 89 Regulator", jeweler's regulator wall clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement with Graham deadbeat escapement sending electrical impulse to slaves in a mahogany case with a 12in painted metal dial     the clock retains its original finish with several minor nicks and scuffs. The painted metal dial is in good condition. The pendulum bob has some staining. $900 - $1,200
152 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "Program Clock", wall clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement in an oak case with attached electrical components to operate a system of bells, buzzers or whistle blowing devices and a painted metal dial     the case retains its original finish in good condition with minor abrasions on molding below door. The dial retains its original paint with minor flaking near mounting screws and fading to signature. The suspension spring needs to be replaced. $900 - $1,200
153 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., for Bigelow Kennard & Co., Banjo Clock, with brass eagle finial surmounting the zinc roman numeral dial inscribed "E. Howard & Co./Boston" and "Bigelow Kennard & Co.", brass glazed bezel, flat frames housing the glasses, the lower glass depicting a British and American warship in battle during the War of 1812 both flying their national flags, cross-hatched oval for pendulum viewing, the waist glass flanked by brass side ornaments and showing a Federal shield and an American patriotic eagle, all resting on a carved pedestal, eight day nickel plate time only movement with front plate inscribed "E. Howard & Co./Boston", maintaining power, Geneva stop (now gone), viewing port for the recoil escapement all powered by a lead weight and regulated by a flat wooden rod and brass faced pendulum bob,     Case in old surface, dial undisturbed other than some hand rub marks, original hands, pendulum, finial, brass bezel and side ornaments, both glasses are the original, lower glass background paint unstable. $700 - $900
154 Brewster and Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, spring brass movement banjo timepiece.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in old finish has a small repair on the bottom door. Dial has been repainted. Throat tablet looks to be original. Bottom tablet is a later replacement. Period hands. Note: Brewster & Ingrahams made the 1st spring driven banjo clock. They altered gallery clock cases and added the lower section and used a pendulum movement. It is a scarce clock. $700 - $900
155 F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York "Regulator No. 30", walnut cased wall timepiece, 8 day with etched tablet.     this clock is overall in excellent restored condition; The black walnut case was professionally refinished some time ago, and has nice color and patina. 8 inch painted dial is in great original condition with trim ring intact. Good hands, pend stick and bob. Ready to enjoy. The rear label is abraded and only partially legible. $700 - $900
156 F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Angel Swing No. 1" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day timepiece movement in a walnut case.     The case is in excellent condition with original finish. The original paper dial is also in excellent condition and the hands are original. The door glass and both side glasses are original. The swinging angel pendulum appears to be original. Nice label. This is an excellent example of this scarce model.. $500 - $600
157 F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Vienna Regulator No. 47", weight driven movement in an ebonized wall case, porcelain dial, fretted minute and hour hand, and a seconds hand below 12.     the case has been re-finished to a satin black color. Timepiece is clean and running, and with original hands, weight, pulley, etc. Movement is properly signed Kroeber. For additional information, see Ly's book titled Kroeber Clocks, page 468. This is the very clock pictured on that page, and is from the Kent Kroeber collection. $400 - $600
158 F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Vienna Regulator", similar to No. 50, but with fluted bottom. Shown in the Kroeber book (Ly 2006), page 471 as #K334.     A nice example from the collection of Kent Kroeber, clean and running. These movements were made for Kroeber by "Remember" in Vienna, and the timepieces with seconds hand have 40 teen in the 'scape wheel to provide a hand that revolves once a minute rather than once every 45 seconds as do those with 30 teeth in scape wheel. Movement is properly signed Kroeber $400 - $600
159 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Office Calendar No. 10" (earlier version), 8 day, time and perpetual calendar, weight driven movement in a walnut case with fret work center, painted metal dials, and nickel, damascened pendulum bob.     the case retains its original finish with only minor scuffs and scratches. The painted metal dials are original with minor flaking in several areas. The original labels are in outstanding condition. The original weight and pendulum bob are present. This is a very nice example of a hard to find model. $4,000 - $6,000
160 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Chime Clock No. 2001" with a spring driven, 8 day time and 8 Bell Sonora strike movement in a mahogany case.     The mahogany case retains its original finish and is in near perfect condition. The silver and gold-plated cast pierce dial is in excellent condition. The hands are original. The movement is stamped "89X" and the striking mechanism is stamped "104E". This clock is an excellent example of a very scarce Seth Thomas 8 Bell Sonora chime clock. $2,800 - $3,200
161 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 18", 8 day, time only, oak long drop octagon weight driven wall clock     an old letter indicates that the clock was from a hotel in Canada, and it remains in as- found original condition. The darkened finish is dry and crusty, the glasses are wavy and original, the painted metal dial has minor flaking, and the brass weight, pendulum, beat scale, and bezel are tarnished brass. There are some splits and breaks in the wood bezel, but no losses. The movement is correct {similar to ST #2 movement however with 30 tooth escape wheel to accommodate meter pendulum}. Ht 54" $2,500 - $3,000
162 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Chime Clock No. 214" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and 8 Bell Sonora strike movement in a mahogany case. This clock will play Whittington or Westminster chimes.     The case has been very nicely refinished. The silvered dial is in excellent condition. The hands are original. The beveled glass in the bezel has no cracks or chips. The movement is stamped 89AG and the striking unit is stamped 104A. $2,000 - $2,500
163 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 3" wall clock, the oak case with octagonal head and turned wooden glazed bezel over the 13-inch painted zinc roman numeral dial with seconds bit and signed "Seth Thomas", glazed lower door for pendulum and weight access, all on a molded pedestal, eight day brass timepiece with trapezoidal plates stamped "ST (logo) /Made in U.S. America", quality dead-beat escapement with beat setting adjustment, maintaining power, and rear hung pendulum on iron movement support bracket.     Lacking turned decorative drops just below dial and at bottom of case, replacement dial, case refinished, lower door is newly made of oak, with imperfections and only a fair match in color. $2,000 - $3,000
164 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Office Calendar No.3" (commonly called the "Peanut"), hanging double dial calendar clock with a spring driven, 8 day timepiece movement and a Mix Brothers perpetual calendar mechanism in a rosewood veneered case     The case retains its original finish. There is minor veneer loss on both bezels and some separation cracks and lifting of the veneer. The timepiece movement is the standard round movement usually found with this model. The original painted time dial shows minor loss at the mounting holes. The "ST" hands are original and correct for this model. The original painted calendar dial has minor loss at the mounting holes and the term "Calendar" and the patents dates have faded. The calendar hand is original. The instructions label inside the case is in very good condition. The door glasses are both original. The day and month roller labels are in good condition. $1,600 - $1,800
165 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Arcade 24 Inch" wall timepiece, fitted with a large double spring thirty day movement, mahogany finish on mixed hardwood case, and with 24 inch dial, retailed by Riggs & Bro, Philadelphia, and with the name RIGGS & BRO. on dial.     case has been refinished, and there is some slight separation in the segments of the bezel, otherwise good condition, superior original dial and hands. $1,500 - $2,000
166 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Flora", 8 day, time and strike, double weight driven brass movement wall clock.     Mahogany case in an old finish has some small dings on the door edge from normal use and a ding on the bottom bracket. Original painted dial has some wear to the numbers and a small paint fleck. Original hands and pendulum. Original label inside. $1,500 - $2,000
167 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 2", the mahogany veneered case with turned bezel over the 12-inch zinc dial with roman numerals and marked "Seth Thomas", the lower glazed door with transfer decorated gold work, pendulum aperture and marked "Regulator", eight day brass movement with dead beat escapement, lantern pinions and "T" suspension for the pendulum, all on a cherry seating board, the wood rod pendulum rod carries a brass-faced pendulum bob.     Dial bezel lacking veneer, replacement weight and pendulum rod, black background of lower door restored, case refinished. $900 - $1,200
168 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Umbria", wall clock, 30 day, time only, double spring driven 86W movement in a mahogany case with a painted metal dial     the case retains its original finish in good condition. The finial is original. The dial retains its original paint with some flaking around winding arbor. The 30 day model is rare and desirable. $900 - $1,200
169 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Hotel", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement mantel clock.     Mahogany case in original finish has a little roughness on the base corners. There is damage to the finish and stains on the top back half. Original painted dial has scattered loss. Original hour and minute hand. Seconds hand looks replaced. Nicely carved side panels. Movement is signed. $700 - $900
170 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Parlor Calendar No. 2" double dial calendar shelf clock with a weight driven, 8 day, time and strike movement and a Mix Brothers perpetual calendar mechanism in a rosewood veneered case.     There is a fair amount of veneer loss on the case top and bottom which has been filled in and does not match the adjacent rosewood veneer. The rest of the rosewood veneered case appears to have a heavy wax coat which, when buffed out, leaves a nice soft lustre surface, The original painted time dial has been repainted. The hands are original. The original painted calendar dial has been touched up and the dial has yellowed in areas. The calendar hand is original. The calendar roller labels are in good condition. The large internal label on the case back is in excellent condition as is the card on the back side of the front door which has the setup directions for the clock. All three door glasses including the center tablet are original. $600 - $900
171 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 2" early model wall hanging clock with a weight driven timepiece movement (with maintaining power) in a mahogany veneered case.     The case retains its original finish. The case bottom is a replacement which is not veneered but looks good with the clock. The 8 day weight is a modern weight. The original painted dial has yellowed slightly with age. The hands appear to be replacements. The door glasses are original with a nice gilt and black bottom tablet. The label inside the case is excellent. $600 - $800
172 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Empire No. 32", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Brass and cast bronze figure and base has some wear to the gilding on the base and wear to the lacquer finish on the parts of the case. Original porcelain dial is perfect and three of the beveled glass panels are fine. The right panel has a chip on the upper corner. Original hands and pendulum. $400 - $500
173 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Chime Clock No. 14" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and 5 Bell Sonora strike movement in a mahogany case.     The case has its original finish and is in excellent condition. The silvered dial has slightly oxidized. The hands are original. The beveled glass in the bezel has no chips or cracks. The movement is stamped 89O and the strike mechanism 90B. $400 - $500
174 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Emperor", 15 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock with figure of Napoleon.     Brass and cast metal case in a Bronze Art Nouveau finish in nice condition. Original porcelain dial and three of the beveled glass panels are fine. The rear door glass panel has a corner chip. Original hands and pendulum. The pendulum set arbor has become detached and will need to be put back in place. Movement is signed. $400 - $600
175 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Empire No. 31" 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Brass and cast bronze figure and base in a barbedienne finish in nice condition has minor wear on the front base. Cast feet have some loss to the gilding Original porcelain dial and beveled glass panels are fine, Original hands. $400 - $600
176 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Office Calendar No. 4", time and perpetual calendar, 8 day.     overall excellent. Retains original painted dials, hands and finish. No chips in veneer. Day and month rollers are original with darkening., still fully legible. Retains excellent instruction label on rear of front door, and indicating it was last set for the year 1905 (over-written original 1875), and with about half of an old Liverpool repair label on rear. $400 - $600
177 Waltham Clock Co., Waltham, Mass., banjo wall clock in off-white painted case stamped "1816", arabic numeral dial signed "Waltham", brass side ornaments flanking the reverse-painted glasses, the waist glass with eagle perched on a shield and the lower with a War of 1812 scene showing a British and American ship in battle, all on an off-white and green carved and painted pedestal, eight day time only brass spring powered movement secured to the back of the dial, with lever escapement and marked "Waltham Watch Co./USA".     Minor losses to paint on finial and case, head veneer on object right side split, original brass hardware with original lacquer, original glasses in good condition, movement starts when minimally wound, a rare Waltham model in very nice condition. Dial diameter is approximately 7in. $1,000 - $1,500
178 Waltham Clock Co., Waltham, Mass., "Regulator No. 34", in an oak case, the turned and glazed bezel opens to the painted zinc roman numeral dial signed, "Waltham Clock Co.", the mid section cornice surmounting the glazed lower door for pendulum, tie-down and weight access, eight day, brass movement with plate marked "Waltham Clock Company/USA" and damascened decorated, dead-beat escapement, maintaining power, lead weight, wooden pendulum rod and brass-faced bob.     Dial cleaned and relined, lead weight although correct size, etc. should be iron, $900 - $1,200
179 Waltham Watch Co., Waltham, Mass., Mahogany Banjo Clock, with pictoral glasses depicting Mt. Vernon and George Washington, the eagle finial caps the case over the Arabic numeral dial marked "Waltham", half round frames enclose the glasses, carved pedestal with acorn drop on the base, eight day time only brass movement inscribed "Waltham Watch Co." with dead beat escapement, maintaining power, Geneva stop, lead weight and pendulum.     Throat glass paint very unstable, lower glass repainted, movement needs cleaning $700 - $900
180 Waltham Watch Co., Waltham, Mass., 8 day, weight brass movement patent or banjo timepiece.     Refinished mahogany banded case in overall nice condition. Original painted dial is damaged on the right side when someone cut some metal off on that side and what looks to be heat damage to the paint. Original tablets general loss to the cream color border. Original hands. Part of the Geneva stop is missing. Movement is signed. $600 - $800
181 Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Regulator No. 18", wall clock, 8 day, time only, two weight driven movement in an oak case with a painted metal dial.     the case has been refinished with the lower rear trim piece with some minor alteration near lower 1 to 2 inches.The dial has been touched up around the numerals and chapter ring and has some flaking near the mounting screws. The weights, pendulum, Waterbury G-clef hands and Waterbury beat scale are original. $700 - $1,000
182 Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Regulator No. 3", two-weight, wall hanging timepiece, in a walnut case.     the attractive case was refinished maybe 50 years ago and now with mellow patina. The original dial has minor paint loss at the mounting holes,but is otherwise excellent. Hands are original; beat scale intact.. Pendulum is original (with minor oxidation along top edge). Clock is mechanically complete and in running order. $700 - $1,000
183 Welch, Spring & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Lucca V.P.", 8 day, time, strike and alarm brass spring movement shelf clock.     Rosewood veneered case in nice condition in original finish. Original painted dial has some stains at the winding arbors. Original pendulum, hands and tablet. Remains of a label on the back. $600 - $800
184 Welch, Spring & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Patti V.P. No. 1" 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement shelf clock.     Rosewood and rosewood veneered case in very nice condition in original finish has a small ding on the base and small repair on the top back edge. Original dial has been repainted. Original hands, tablet, finials and Welch pendulum. Nice label on the back. $600 - $800
185 Welch, Spring & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Wagner, Mantel, B.W.", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement double dial calendar clock.     Walnut case in nice condition in original finish has some veneer damage on the back of the door. Time paper dial has some wear and surface abrasion. Original hands. Original calendar dial, hands and finials. $600 - $800
186 Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn., "Gerster V.P.", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement mantel clock.     Rosewood and rosewood veneered case in very nice condition in original finish. Original painted dial has some poor repairs to the minute markers on the dial. Original hands, tablet and pendulum. Nice label in back. $500 - $600
187 Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn., "Lucca V.P.", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement shelf clock.     Rosewood veneered case in original finish with some slight damage at the door knob, a small repair on the left side bottom edge and a repair on the right upper corner just above the drop finial. Paper dial is very clean, but may be replaced. Tablet is replaced. Original pendulum and finials. $500 - $700
188 Gambrinus "King of Beer" blinker, case by Bradley & Hubbard, Meriden, Conn. (pat 1859), Blinking Eye movement by Waterbury, in original paint (with wear) and with crown intact, 30 hour novelty, paper dial with Waterbury logo.     the dial bezel is absent; original body paint is chipped and worn on the head, discolored on the body. Eyes are dark from fly specs. There is one of these in the American Clock & Watch Museum in Bristol Conn., on which the crown was missing and was restored with a tin approximation. This and the owl are the 2 rarest blinkers known. $2,500 - $3,000
189 Lorenz Furtwangler & Sohne a "Minstrel" moving eye novelty clock, the front cast in the form of an early 20th century stereotype of the strumming, drinking African- American, his clothing brightly painted, and his large, glass eyes, connected to the pallet arbor, moving to and fro as the clock runs, signed, Arabic numeral celluloid dial, blued steel spade hands, thirty hour timepiece movement     case partly repainted, paint with minor chips and losses, left eye with break, wooden portion of case refinished, dial and hands good, running, eyes functional $600 - $800
190 Bradley & Hubbard, Meriden, Conn., for Waterbury Clock Co., "Topsey" blinking eye novelty clock, 30 hour, time and animation, spring driven lever movement in a cast iron case depicting a smiling female figure with dress, blouse, stockings and shoes, 3 inch paper dial with Roman numerals.     case without breaks has lost most of its original paint on the front side. Casting with the commonly found gaps around the ankles. Bezel, dial pan, and movement are original. Original dial paper has darkened significantly. The movement runs and eyes move, but it was not tested long term. $900 - $1,200
191 Mayer, Germany, animated dog novelty timepiece, 30 hour, time only, spring driven movement in a cast metal case in the form of a dog with panting tongue and wagging tail.     dog's tail is absent. Finish is dirty, but appears to be original. Small hole in case adjacent to tail. Glass eyes are fine. Dial has hairline cracks and small losses that have been painted white. The tongue and its linkage appear replaced. Movement escapes when coaxed, but without the tail the movement is out of beat. Movement is signed "MAYER". $600 - $800
192 Rappel K, Budapest, large hanging Vienna regulator, 30 day, time only, brass, weight driven movement, rosewood veneer case with ebonized ripple molding and carved crest, door corners also with carved ornament, signed, Roman numeral white enamel dial with well made blued steel hands     the case retains an original finish with some light bleaching to the left side of case and a high quality heavy bracket. One carved element needs to be reglued. The ebonized molding on lower right side of door has a chip. The glass on the left side of case is short and needs to be replaced. The door key is absent. The pendulum has been shortened and repaired and will need adjustment to properly receive the crutch. The beat scale is absent. $5,000 - $7,000
193 Austria, after Franz Lehrner, in Wein, modern reproduction of year running Laterndluhr, weight driven, 2 weights hung from a single pulley via yoke.     the wooden wedges that hold the hood to the lower case have come loose, and one is missing. Balance of case is well made and intact. The movement is a copy of Lehrner's work in the early 19th century, with robust profile round pillars and shaped plates with 4 latches. The train has 6 wheels with fine count. The pendulum is to Harrison's design with alternating steel and brass rods, and hanging from a knife edge stud. Enamel dial has chip at winding hole, otherwise fine. $4,000 - $6,000
194 Josef Lorenz, In Wien, large Vienna regulator movement and dial, in later custom made case, 30 day, time only, brass, weight driven movement with gridiron pendulum in a rosewood veneered, pewter and brass inlaid case, with signed, Roman numeral, white enamel dial.     the movement dates to circa 1870 and needs cleaning. The case is of very good quality, of late 20th century manufacture, with some minor veneer and inlay lifting. $4,000 - $5,000
195 Austria, a mid 19th century, 3 train "Dachluhr", polished, mahogany veneered six light case with sycamore stringing, the base with deeply incurved bracket, door with flanking pilasters, carved capitals and central ripple molding, the case top with cupids bow gable, Roman numeral, one piece white enamel dial with engine turned bezel, blued steel hands, and weight driven, three train, grand sonnerie striking movement with Vienna quarters, repeating the last hour and quarter on demand, brass pendulum with steel rod     case refinished, and with minor repairs, small veneer loss on left side, lower right, minor veneer blisters on cornice, one stabilizing screw missing, seatboard replaced, mounting brackets now with rabbeted recess instead of a slot, with screws securing the seatboard, dial with fine scratches and hairline below 6:00, hands replaced, and lacking even blue, ticks and strikes, two weights with minor dents and replaced hooks, hook washers missing, one pulley replaced, pendulum good $3,500 - $4,500
196 J. P. Huguenin, La Chaux de Fonds, "pendule Neuchateloise" small bracket timepiece in an ebonized wood case with fretted and engraved brass overlay, duration of crown wheel movement approx. 2 and half days.     case is in excellent "as-found" condition, no attempts at restoration; oxidized patina on brass finials and overlay. The silk thread suspension movement has been cleaned and is ticking robustly. This clock is similar mechanically to the earliest Christian Huygens clocks made by Solomon Coster around 1657 in the Hague. $2,000 - $2,500
197 Austria, early 19th century 1-weight timepiece in a miniature Biedermeier "Dachluhr" case with original top trim; milk glass dial 2.7 in. diameter and with cast brass engine patterned bezel, duration 3+ days.     glass dial is cracked between 5 and 6 and original piece glued into place. Pendulum support stud has been moved once to a higher position in the case. Retains original hands, dial, bezel, beat scale, steel pendulum rod, etc. Note tiny 3 spoke pulley. You will need a 000 winding crank. Mahogany veneer case with fine satin wood banding along the edges, is clean and sound, no chips.. Stabilizer thumb screws are lacking. Note overall height $1,500 - $2,500
198 Johann Farbinger in Wessprim, Austrian blinking eye mantel clock with calendar, carved wooden case with gilt figure of a hunter, resting on a stump, with musket, and his dog at his feet, his eyes moving side to side as the clock runs, Roman numeral white enamel dial with day of month display at center, blued steel Breguet style hands, 2 day, three train grand sonnerie striking movement with silk thread suspension, all on gilt, foliate ornamented feet     case and surfaces restored, feet on case replaced, dial with minor flakes at winding arbors, gongs replaced, movement ticks and strikes, pendulum with repairs, eyes currently not attached to crutch, will need attention. $1,500 - $2,000
199 Austria, a miniature, Biedermeier style hanging timepiece, rosewood veneered three light case with contrasting stringing, the base with carved drop, and top with ripple molded cornice and carved, foliate crest, Roman numeral white enamel dial with gilt, ornamental bezel and blued steel hands, 30 hour, spring driven timepiece movement with recoil escapement and silk thread suspension, brass pendulum with steel rod, case back with faint stamp, possibly that of the of manufacturer     case in an old finish, minor repairs and separation at joints, right side glass missing, minor loss to carved drop, dial restored, bezel dirty and with losses to gilding, hour hand replaced, movement with some tarnish and staining, ticking, pendulum with minor spotting and tarnish $1,200 - $1,600
200 European, 3-weight "Vienna Regulator", grande sonnerie in a large 72 beat version, the modern walnut case carefully copied from an original, with canted corners, dozens of small frame moldings accenting burled insets, and carved with lions heads and roses at top, and acanthus leaves near bottom of door. The base itself fully carved with winged eagles and leafy scrolls. Removable top trim with large carved lions head and floral accents.     movement, pulleys, hands, dial, are period [1875] Viennese production, pendulum + weights more recent, case circa 2005. There is a small bit of transit damage on bottom angular moldings where something horizontal was packed against them. Otherwise the case shows good workmanship, typical of hand work in Romania or the Czech Republic. Mov't is slide mounted. A large and impressive clock. $1,200 - $1,500
201 Germany, a miniature "Freischwinger", the walnut case with deeply molded top, recessed frieze with applied brass ornament, the door also with applied, split turnings and brass ornament, and open well with balustrade and supporting brackets, Roman numeral brass dial with engraved center, blued steel hands, 8 day timepiece movement with deadbeat escapement, and brass pendulum, with ornament matching the dial     right side with 3 replaced moldings, left side with 2 replaced moldings, 3 finials and 3 drops replaced, finish dirty, dial with minor tarnish, losses to infill in engraving, hands good, movement ticks, pendulum good $1,200 - $1,500
202 Austria, a miniature, hanging Vienna timepiece, mahoganized, 3 light case with deeply incurved bottom bracket, molded door and cornice, and with arch top crest, Roman numeral white enamel dial with brass bezel, and blued steel hands, 30 hour, weight driven movement with dead beat escapement and silk thread suspension, brass pendulum with steel rod, and brass clad weight     finish with minor scrapes and losses, a few paint specks, right base molding detached, minor separation at joints, finial replaced, dial with minor scratches, hands replaced, movement ticks, crutch soldered to fork, pendulum good, weight with minor staining, beat scale with filled loss $1,000 - $1,400
203 Austria, a small, complicated, grand sonnerie striking shelf or table clock, the blued steel dial plate with overlaid fretted, foliate engraved mask, Roman numeral, arcaded, engraved silvered dial with subsidiary day and date displays, and with engraved moon phase dial over 12:00, blued steel hands, 30- 60 hour grand sonnerie striking movement with verge escapement, time train with fusee and strike springs contained in fixed barrels, the balance with single turn spring, oscillating beneath a pierced, decorated bridge on the back plate     dial with restorations and replacements, one dial foot missing, minute hand repaired, movement oily, not running or striking, needs service $1,000 - $1,500
204 Germany, a miniature Vienna style shelf timepiece, walnut arch top case with ebonized base and arch moldings, turned, ebonized drops and finials, the door with glazed, oblong, molded aperture, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, 8 day time only spring driven movement, and faux compensated R/A pendulum     case good overall, minor losses to ebonized surfaces, ebonizing on base worn away where door rubs, base molding separated at left, left side with lower rail missing, dial dirty, with minor hairlines and scratches, minute hand replaced, pendulum ball with staining, movement running $900 - $1,200
205 Germany, an attractive, picture frame "Augenwender" or turning eye clock, the hardwood frame with gilt, ripple molded liner, and containing a hand tinted transfer of a young woman in a red dress with shawl, and a folding fan in her left hand, Roman numeral white painted dial, brass hands, and 30 hour time and strike movement with wooden plates, counting the hours on a bell, and animating the girl's eyes     frame dirty, liner with some tarnish, painting with a few minor losses, dial with minor loss at center, hands tarnished, replaced movement, ticks and strikes, weights missing, incorrect pendulum $900 - $1,200
206 Austria, a late 18th century 30 hour rack clock, thirty hour, brass timepiece movement with Roman numeral white enamel dial, contained within its gilt, lead weight, and descending a brass rack, all mounted to a gilt, bowfront board with arch top, carved foliate drop, and crosshatch carved ground     board with losses to gesso, and now painted gold, original gilt surface visible through paint scrapes, two holes drilled stabilizing screws, rack mounting studs loose, dial with cracks and losses, weight with some original gilding under darkened varnish, pendulum with repair, movement complete, needs service $800 - $1,200
207 Germany, an interesting, picture frame "Augenwender" or turning eye clock, the ebonized frame with gilt liner, and containing a painting on zinc of a large, seated dog, chained to his house, and with coopered water bowl, Roman numeral white enamel dial, steel hands, and 30 hour time and strike movement with wooden plates, counting the hours on a gong, and animating the dog's eyes     frame with minor scratches, liner with losses and tarnish to gilding, painting with minor scrapes and chips, dial with minor scratches, and with chips and crack at mounting screws, hands with minor oxide, movement ticks and strikes, weights and pendulum missing, chains incomplete $800 - $1,200
208 Austria or Germany, Vienna regulator wall clock, 8 day, time only, one brass weight driven clock in a walnut Altdeutsch style carved case with full columns on door, white enamel dial with engraved brass dial center and matching engraved weight and sweep seconds     the case retains its original finish. The left side upper return molding and left side glass are present but need to be resecured. $600 - $800
209 Germany / Austria, a "Vienna" regulator, grand sonnerie, 3-weight with matched pattern weights, dial and pendulum, and in a well made mixed hardwood and walnut veneer case with carved & reeded splt columns to the side of the case and with "built-in" top. The silvered brass chapter ring with Arabic numerals.     overall, this clock is in very good to excellent restored condition, the movement cleaned and running / striking. Center cord rode over the end of the barrel and we were unable to wind it up all the way....a minor fix for most any collector. Note that one weight is damaged with bent top cap and side crease, can be straightened. Much of the case has had the original finished rubbed off with steel wool, and then stained a "honey" color. One split in top rounded portion of glass molding and other minor nicks and scrapes. $600 - $800
210 Austria, "Vienna" regulator, 3-weight, grand sonnerie, in an ebonized serpentine case, the white porcelain dial signed Aug. Belisko in Prag, and with embossed pattern brass bezel, and slide mount movement.     those who know Austrian item will recognize the very top trim as the carved top from a night stand, now blackened to match the case. It does not look "bad" but something "delicate" would be more appropriate. Bottom finial is a replacement. The case finish is original, but there are some dry chips and losses to the rinish here and there. The rosewood grained backboard is fine. Beat scale at bottom has chips. Has a well made movement, good dial and matched set of hands. Nice matched pulleys with uncomon petal shaped spokes. $500 - $750
211 Dutch Friesan Stoelklok, MINIATURE, dial chapter ring is only 3 inches. The bracket or stuhl with original gilt mermaids, and lead trim intact. Continuous chain, time and bell strike 30 hour movement.     the weight is a replacement. Otherwise this is a neat period clock with lots of potential. In nearly 40 years of selling, this is the first true miniature Stoelklok we have seen outside Holland. Movement is dirty; side dust covers are absent, Note overall height, tip to tip $500 - $700
212 Dutch Friesian Schippertje, or miniature "hood" clock, the dial 5 inches by 8 inches, a good period clock     This clock came to us from Northern New Hampshire, and was collected during the 1950s. Although the small hood clocks or Schippertje were made in great quantities after WWII for export, originals do not occur that often. The 3 gilt wood ball finials are original, Some case restoration, however you will find plenty of old components to reassure you. Note the 30hour bell strike continuous chain movement is original [needs serious cleaning], and is a very small version of movements used in larger Friesland clocks. Weights are old.. $500 - $700
213 Toggenburg region, Switzerland, attributed to the Buehler family of clockmakers, a hanging 12 hour alarm timepiece, wooden dial with polychrome painted ornament and cow tail pendulum, the hour displayed on the upper chapter, and with quarter indication below, movement with wooden wheels, plates, and verge escapement, and lead weight, dated 1786     dial with original paint, dirty, and with minor flaking, and now with two nails at top, alarm components missing, movement ticks, service recommended, weight with minor corrosion $400 - $700
214 France, a large figural swinging clock, the female figure after "Brise d'Automne" by Auguste Moreau, her hair and dress blown in the autumn breeze, and holding the clock aloft in her left hand, the 8 day timepiece movement contained in the blue, upper sphere, and mounted with gilt, stylized Roman numerals and Louis XV style hands, with three rod gridiron style connection to the smaller, lower ball     finishes on figure and clock professionally restored by Charles Carrick, minor scratches, pendulum assembly cleaned, now lacking gilding, ornament at top of upper ball replaced, clock ticking, suspension replaced $3,000 - $4,000
216 Germany, early 20th century, Junghans swinging arm timepiece, suspended from a spelter figure in the form of the Statue of Liberty.     overall excellent original condition. $2,500 - $3,000
217 China, a carved camphorwood bracket clock with rotating stand, with pierced and glazed sides, front panel with foliate carving, base with pierced and carved fretwork, Roman numeral white enamel dial with engraved brass surround, blued steel hands, 8 day, time and strike fusee movement with verge escapement, and striking petit sonnerie quarters on two bells     composed of 19th and 20th century components, case with repairs and replacements, dial with hairlines, ticks and strikes, rotating base 20th century $1,500 - $2,000
218 German "Digital Time" with fancy brass dial, in an architectural walnut case, brass pendulum regulated movement, has solid plates and open spring, running one day, gilt /tan numerals on paper rollers indicate the time, the right two rollers bearing the minutes, and rolling up similar to American calendar roller [or slot machine roller], springing quickly into next position. At the end of minute 59, the hour roller rotates, and the minutes are back to "00".     the clock is in overall good condition, one corner chip at left waist level, and another top right. Case has been stripped and lightly waxed.. Note there is a seconds hand at the bottom that rotates once a minute, and seems to "set off" the minute rollers as it makes each revolution [definitely rotates once a minute]. Near the top of the dial is the slogan "Zeit is Geld" (time is money), and below the openings for the rollers, to the left marked "Stunde" (hours) and to the right "Minuten" (minutes}. Inquiry on this very clock was made in the Jan 1994 issue of the NAWCC Bulletin (page 506), and it is pictured on that page. Students of German digital clocks will know that Paul Weber patented several formats of digital movements [one with rotating discs instead of rollers]. This movement is marked 00527, and the words "Patent, PAUL WEBER". Will need adjustment. Absolutely rare and unusual. $1,500 - $2,500
220 English Victorian Table Clock, with engraved brass roman numeral dial and blued spade hands, brass bezel and beveled glass, figured mahogany case with carved serpentine top featuring scrolls, flowers and leafage, chamfered corners flanking the dial, ogee-shaped buttresses with oak leaves and acorns on the facade, pierced sound vents on the sides, all resting on a molded base with pad feet, eight day, brass fusee spring-powered movement with recoil escapement and hour strike on a gong.     object left pierced side vent with some breakage but remaining pieces inside case, some very minor damage around side vents, lacking brass bezel key, no significant replacements or restoration on movement. $600 - $800
221 Mackduff, London, a Regency two train bracket clock, brass inlaid mahogany case with applied carved ornament and serpentine top, the sides with brass fish scale frets and ring handles with stamped rosettes, brass bezel with convex glass, Roman numeral white enamel dial blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day, time and strike brass fusee movement with shouldered plates, counting the hours on a bell     case with splits and losses, rear door with losses, handles and rosettes with original lacquer, feet missing, interior of case bottom excavated to clear pendulum, glass good, dial with losses to figures, hands replaced, movement dirty, ticks and strikes $500 - $700
222 J. Thwaites, London, a large and impressive Act of Parliament or tavern clock, oak and mahogany case with carved dial surround featuring various flora and fauna, flanking cupids, and surmounted with acanthus and scallop shell ornament, the door with carved genre scene, sides with half caryatids, and base with acanthus surrounding a laurel wreath, dial with gilt Roman numerals and pierced brass hands, large, 8 day, 5 pillar timepiece movement with tapered plates, the front plate marked "I. Thwaites" and "1380", brass clad pendulum with wire rod and cylindrical lead weight     case with minor splits, minor losses, and old repairs, top of scallop shell replaced, dial with old inpainting and repairs, hands with minor bends, movement with minor marks and staining, back cock with extension for pendulum suspension, pendulum rod repaired. For more information on these clocks and the Act that inspired the name, see "English Dial Clocks" by R. E. Rose. The clock dates to 1788, based on the Thwaites records included in the book. $3,000 - $4,000
223 Bevan & Weare, Birkenhead, a small, mid 19th century hanging regulator, the mahogany arch top case with glazed door containing a carved fret, base with deeply molded bottom bracket and carved drop, Roman numeral silvered dial, blued steel spade and poker hands, 8 day, time and strike fusee movement with shouldered plates, recoil escapement, and half seconds beating mercury pendulum, striking on a gong     case with alterations and replacements, some veneer blisters and splits to base, dial good, hands replaced, case and movement by association, seatboard replaced, pendulum replaced $2,000 - $3,000
224 England, Unknown, 8 day, time and strike, spring brass fusee movement with pull repeat in a balloon form paper mache case mantel clock.     paper mache case in very nice condition has some slight wear on the front of the base. Original painted dial has some loss in the center, at the winding arbors and small chip on the outer edge. Original hands. Nicely engraved backplate on the bell strike round plate movement. This clock is pictured on page 132 of Diston & Bishop's, "The American Clock" and atttibuted erroneously as an American made clock. However, this type of surface decoration was extremely popular in Baltimore, Maryland from1800 to 1840 and could be the reason for the confusion. $2,000 - $3,000
225 England, Sir Walter Scott Memorial brass skeleton clock, unsigned, the brass frame of cathedral form with pierced and silvered roman numeral chapter ring, chain fusee eight day, five train movement with maintaining power and lever escapement with regulation sector and hand all on a walnut base with gilt figures of Sir Walter Scott and his dog, beneath a glass dome.     Top spire of back plate off the clock, but with the lot. Base and dome by association. $1,600 - $2,200
226 England, skeleton timepiece with center seconds and platform escapement, pierced, triple Venn diagram frame, Roman numeral silvered dial, blued steel spade and poker hands, 8 day fusee movement with 7 jewel lever platform and brass balance, all on a turned, ebonized base with glass dome     frames with staining and tarnish, dial restored, hands with oxide, movement ticking, low amplitude, needs service, base dirty, replaced dome, dome and base dimensions listed $1,200 - $1,500
227 Martin & Gain, Madrid, Spain, 2-fusee skeleton clock, the multi spired Gothic frame of brass is well fretted and polished. This firm launched in Spain to try to meet the resurging interest in skeleton clocks and a general shortage in old merchandise in the 1970's Fusees are with cable rather than chain. Wheels are simple 4-spoke design. Strikes the hours and halves on a central bell.     lacking a glass dome. The silvered brass dial is nicely fretted, and engraved with Roman Numerals. Has been covered with a plastic bag and is still relatively clean. Ticks and strikes robustly. $1,000 - $1,500
228 Joseph Jennens, Skideer St, Clerkenwell, London, a monumental oak hall clock in the githic style, 8 day, three train movement playing either Whitington or Westminster chimes on 9 tubes, contained in an elaborately carved oak case. The engraved, composite brass dial silvered chapter ring, chime / silent and tune selectors, seconds bit, and phases of the moon.     the case retains its original finish in very good condition with several minor edge scrapes and chips. The dial has some tarnishing to the some of the silvering. The tubes are marked "GB" for Gustav Becker. This is a single owner clock from the Andover Newton Theological Seminary presented by the Class of 1911. $4,000 - $6,000
229 James Tregent, Leicester Square, London, tall case clock, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven movement in a mahogany case with pagoda top with stop fluted columns, three brass finials, trunk with stop fluted quarter columns and brass capitals flanking the molded tombstone door, the base with frame molded center and straight bracket feet, composite brass dial with silvered chapter ring, four seasons spandrels, maker's boss, calendar aperture above 6 and strike / silent selector, brass clad penjdulum and weights     the case retains an old finish. Decorative elements on either side of hood plinth are old but later additions. There is one brass column capital missing. The trunk door has a couple of abrasions near bottom. The dial has been cleaned, chapter and boss properly silvered and in excellent condition. One finial lacking screw $3,000 - $4,000
231 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 21" later known as "Hall Clock No. 21", 8 day, time, strike and Westminster chime on bells, weight driven movement with dead beat escapement, in an oak case with carvings, paw feet and silvered brass dial     the clock is in very good original condition. The weights have fallen through the upper portion of the bottom of the case. In our October 2013 sale we sold a similar model for $4900 plus 15% Buyer's Premium. $2,500 - $3,500
232 Germany, a Black Forest musical tall clock, 30 hour, time, strike and playing music on 21 pipes, three weight driven movement in a custom made oak case with brass appliques and a painted wooden dial featuring rampant lion in arch.     the later case has been refinished with appliques a later addition and the base has water damage on the base with repairs and needs to be resecured. The early period movement is complete and in good condition. Original dial is in very good condition, Hands appear original. All the pipes are present and the pendulum and two weights are period. One lead weight is a replacement. $2,000 - $3,000
233 H. Cain, Luton, England, tall clock, 8 day, time, strike and calendar, weight driven movement pagoda top oak case with painted metal dial, painted spandrels and rocking Father Time     the case has a very old refinish. The right column on hood has been glued and needs repair and the base is an old replacement. Period weights and pendulum. The suspension spring on the pendulum is absent. $2,000 - $3,000
234 Jacob Guthart, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, tall case clock, 8 day, time, strike and calendar with four hands off of center arbor, weight driven movement in a mahogany veneer case with a broken arch top, three wooden finials, four turned full columns over cove molded and chamfered sides flanking crotch mahogany trunk door all resting on French feet. The painted metal dial has maker's signature, moon phase and sweep seconds.     the case has an old finish nicely rubbed down. One finial has a 1/2" chip and there are small repairs near locks on both the hood and trunk door. There is a small veneer repair above trunk door. There is a tight age split on base. The feet are original. The weights and pendulum are period. $2,000 - $2,500
235 Pennsylvania tall clock, 8 days, time and bell strike, weight driven movement in a cherry case with oval inlay in plinth and on trunk door with stylized top, string inlay in quarter columns on trunk, square columns flanking hood and broken arch top with inlaid rosettes and three wooden finials on French feet. The painted metal dial has moon phase with ship and American flag, center sweep seconds and calendar on center arbor.     the case has an old finish. The hood door has some alterations to latch and has been braced with metal strapping on inside. The molding on upper right side of lower plinth has some older restoration. The pendulum has a broken suspension spring. The moon phase and dial have touch up as well some minor lifting. $2,000 - $3,000
236 Pennsylvania, tall case clock, 30 hour, time and bell strike, single weight driven movement in a walnut case with broken arch top, three wooden flame finials, four turned columns at bonnet corners, over cove molded trunk with shaped door top, and crotch walnut base resting on ogee bracket feet. The painted metal dial retains its originalpaper label, "CURTIS' MANUFACTORY FOR PATTON & JONES, PHILADELPHIA" and has calendar hand off center arbor, moon phase with interesting burning ship scene.     the case has been refinished and the feet have been shortened. The black numerals on the painted metal dial have been strengthened The bell and bell stand need to be reattached. This is otherwise a very nice example with a very rare Curtis label on dial, original wooden pulley and great original flame finials. $2,000 - $3,000
237 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 21" later known as "Hall Clock No. 21" tall clock, 8 day, time, hour and Westminster chimes on a nest of 4 bells, weight driven movement with dead beat escapement in an oak case with beveled glass trunk door and carvings, paw feet and silvered brass dial     the clock retains its original finish. The silvered dial has some wear and oxidation and the pendulum rod has been repaired. The trunk needs to be better secured to base. The two rear finials are replacements. In our October 2013 sale we sold a similar model for $4900 plus 15% Buyer's Premium. $2,000 - $3,000
238 Timothy Chandler, Concord, New Hampshire, Roxbury style tall case clock, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven movement in a red stained yellow birch case with fret work top, three brass finials, turned columns flanking hood, fluted quarter columns with brass capitals flanking trunk door on base with nicely cutout skirt and straight bracket feet. The painted metal dial has floral painted spandrels, bird in arch, seconds bit and calendar wheel.     the case retains an old finish with a great "T. Chandler" brand on the seat board. The right half of fretwork is broken and needs to be reglued. There is a repair to crack on right return cove molding. The seatboard has a very old cleat on the right side that corresponds to the very old additions to the risers. The outer dial including spandrels and arch has been cleaned, calendar wheel has flaking and the seconds bit has been touched up. The tin can weights are original. $2,000 - $3,000
239 Unsigned, New Jersey tall clock, 8 day, time and bell strike, weight driven movement in a mahogany and mahogany veneer broken arch case with bracket feet, inlaid around circular crotch mahogany panel on plinth, boxwood border framing trunk door and corner columns with crotch mahogany panel, the hood door is flanked by two full columns that are inlaid with boxwood and ebony, three brass finials, brass rosettes on broken arch. The painted metal dial has female selling flowers in arch and painted fruit and bird gold spandrels and calendar disc under center arbor.     the case has an old finish and has an age split below the window on the right side of the hood. The painted metal dial is in very good condition other than losses on the calendar disc. The weights, finial, feet and pendulum are original. The clock's provenance includes Tippy O'Neil and the Yonderhill Dwellers of the Hudson Valley, famous in the antiques trade in the mid 20th century. $2,000 - $3,000
240 George Maynard, Melford, England, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven movement in a very handsome pagoda top burled walnut case, tombstone trunk door with cove molding. molded base, two full columns flanking hood door and spun brass finials. The brass dial has applied spandrels, maker's signature in boss surrounded by applied brass elements and calendar aperture at 6.     the case has an old finish and the base is an older replacement. There is a chip out of the molding on top of trunk door and a 3" triangular piece molding absent on right return molding below hood. The finials are replacements. The weights and pendulum are period. The movement appears recently serviced. $1,500 - $2,000
241 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "No. 4" street clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven cast iron framed movement with brass gears and 4 foot pendulum and 28 lbs. pendulum bob. The small indicator dial is marked "SETH THOMAS No. 2246 JULY 25TH 1922" mounted on a cast iron stand.     the clock is in very good condition with original paint. The weight is in the bottom of the cast iron stand, which appears to similar to the image on page 841 of Tran Duy Ly's "Seth Thomas Clocks & Movements Volume 2" Third Edition. The pendulum is original but appears to be repainted along with the base. Movement is 17" x 8" x 8" $1,500 - $2,000
242 Thomas Watson, Haslingden, England tall clock, 8 day, time and bell strike, weight driven movement now in a Dutch marqueterie veneered bombay style case profusely inlaid with glazed aperture for pendulum bob on bun feet. The brass dial has a silvered chapter ring and silvered maker's boss above 12, cast brass spandrels and silvered calendar disk above 6.     the case has a thick overcoat over an older finish, which makes for a shiny appearance. There are veneer repairs and lifting throughout. The dial is in very good condition. $1,500 - $2,000
243 Benson, Whitehaven, England, tall case clock, 8 day, time and bell strike, weight driven movement in a carved oak case with broken arch top, center brass finial, full turned columns flanking hood resting on ogee feet. The engraved brass dial has applied spandrels and calendar off center     the case has been refinished and is in good condition. The pendulum has a broken suspension spring. This is an attractive clock with elaborate carving. $1,200 - $1,500
244 Pennsylvania tall clock, 30 hour, time and strike, weight driven brass movement in a walnut case with broken arch top, flame rosettes protruding about 1.5" from end of neck, three wooden finials on wooden chimneys, four shaped full columns flanking hood, paneled plinth, trunk door flanked by quarter columns is made with unusual large knot on ogee bracket base with quarter columns. The painted metal dial has calendar disc and floral and grape painted decorations.     the case has an older finish and is in excellent condition. The clock is fitted with an 8 day dial on a 30 hour brass movement and has no second hand, which the consignor claims was occasional done in the workshop. The dial is in very good condition and cleaned and restored by the Dial House. The finials, weights and pendulum are original. $1,200 - $1,500
245 Germany or Austria, standing Viennese regulator, 8 day, time and grand sonnerie strike, three brass weight driven movement in a carved walnut two piece case with engraved silvered dial and engraved pendulum bob     The case retains its original finish and is in excellent condition with minor scrapes and scuffs on high surfaces. The movement has been remounted on a new seatboard. The weights are replacements. $1,000 - $1,500
246 Howard & Davis, Boston, Mass., "Watch-Clock", watchman's tall case clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement adapted to run subsidiary watchman's check-in stations in a rosewood grain painted case with a paper over metal dial     the case retains its original grain paint in good condition with some scuffs and scratches. The papered metal dial is in good condition with some loss around winding arbor. The intermediate wheel which drives the pinwheel for the watchman's functions is absent. This is a very rare model in above average condition, which we have never before offered at auction previously. Very nice label inside. $1,000 - $1,500
247 J.E. Caldwell, Philadelphia, (retailer) tall clock, 8 day, time, strike and chime on gong, three brass weight driven English movement with moon decorated pendulum in a Chippendale-style carved mahogany stained oak case with broken arch top and rope turned full columns flanking hood, three wooden finials, beveled glass on trunk door and rope turned quarter columns on trunk door and plinth. The brass dial has silvered chapter ring and center boss with engraving, chime silent selector, cast brass corner spandrels, moon phase and second's bit.     the case retains its original finish. The left column on hood needs to be secured. The English movement is possibly manufactured by Elliot. The silvering on the chapter ring and center boss are worn and the moon phase has been repainted. The movement needs service. $1,000 - $1,500
248 Ty Burtt, England, tall case clock, 8 days, time and gong strike, brass weight driven movement in an inlaid cherry case with with fret work hood, brass finials including eagle center, full turned columns flanking hood, beveled glass trunk door flanked by full columns and applied bracket base. The brass dial has silvered chapter ring, applied brass numerals, moon phase and date calendar     the case retains its original finish. Several pieces of the fretwork are absent. The moon phase is flaking and has touch up. The lower right return molding on hood has a six inch piece absent. The left trunk molding and column are a little loose. The silvered chapter ring is tarnished and begs to be resilvered. There are other nicks and scrapes, otherwise a good looking example. $1,000 - $1,500
249 Maine, tall case clock, 8 day, time and bell strike, weight driven movement with unusual cast iron plates in a cherry case with fret work top, ogee feet and two brass finials and painted metal dial.     the case retains its original finish. There is one spur absent from original whale's tail top. The hood door has had the hinges removed and swingout hinges added, one of which is absent. There is a vertical age split in base. The finials are incorrect and are actually period pillar & scroll finials. The weights are replacements. The cast iron plates are typical of the Rogers family and other Quaker Maine clockmakers of the early 19th century. Please see Joseph Katra's "Clockmakers & Clockmaking in Maine 1770- 1900" page 50 for a similar example. $800 - $1,200
250 Wm L. Gilbert, Winsted, Conn., "Standing Regulator No. 8" 8 day, time only, weight driven brass movement with Graham deadbeat escapement, maintaining power, gridiron pendulum and sweep seconds in a carved cherry case, the crest with central sphinx head ornament, and Roman numeral white enamel dial.     the clock is in good original condition and the case retains an old finish with some light scuffing and a small 1.5" chip below door on base. Original labels protected by plastic on rear. The pulley is nickel. The sweep seconds hand is absent. $7,000 - $9,000
251 Reproduction Howard & Davis standing astronomical regulator, variant of "Regulator No. 23", 8 day, time only brass weight driven movement with a compensated, one jar mercury pendulum, in a well made drum head mahogany case with Gothic molded door and two similar side lights, silvered astronomical dial is signed "Howard & Davis, Boston, Mass."     the case is in excellent condition. The silvered dial has some sporadic oxidation. The mercury, which is only approximately simulated in the photograph, is included and will require special handling. $6,000 - $8,000
252 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 19", jewelers hanging regulator, 8 day, time only weight driven movement, having a mercury compensated pendulum with two thumbprint jars, and contained in a cherry case with carved, turned, and molded ornament, with Roman numeral painted metal dial, steel spade hands, and center sweep seconds     the cherry case, which is the most desirable and least common, has been nicely refinished. The lower center finial has been replaced. The painted dial has been cleaned but is original and still retains its cracklature. One thumbprint vial has been repaired near the top. The mercury, which is only approximately simulated in the photograph, is included and will require special handling. This fine example will be the first time R.O. Schmitt Fine Arts will offer for auction a Regulator No. 19 in cherry in over 38 years. $15,000 - $20,000
253 Austria, jewelers standing regulator, 30 day, time only, weight driven movement with grid iron pendulum and sweep seconds hand in a mahogany and mahogany veneer case with silvered dial and calendar aperture below 12     the case has some repairs and minor restoration and veneer chipping. The pendulum has extensive restorations and the steel parts in movement have minor pitting. The dial has been resilvered. $3,000 - $4,000
254 American or English, an unusual 30 day pier glass regulator with center seconds, the frame with gilt, repeating ornament and surmounted by gilt, sculptural foliate elements and central shell, the frame hinged to a pine case containing a large, 30 day weight driven timepiece movement with seconds pendulum, dead beat escapement, stop work, lantern pinions, and brass plates with turned iron pillars, mounted to a cast iron plate set into the case back, and white painted Roman numeral metal dial, with fancy, openwork blued steel moon hands, cast iron weights and wooden pendulum rod with heavy brass clad ball.     frame with some wear to gilding, minor damage to foliate ornament, mirror glass good, case with splits and repairs, hinges have been moved, case back and bottom with splits, dial replaced, dial mounting rods modified to accept replacement, hands dirty and with minor oxide, seconds hand replaced, movement very dirty, needs service, pendulum rod may be a replacement, weights and pendulum ball good. $1,500 - $2,000
255 Charles Fasoldt, Rome, N.Y., 30 day hanging regulator with escapement constructed to the specifications of his 1859 patent, the rosewood veneered case with architectural, molded top and inlaid, pitched pediment, above a rectangular case with conforming, glazed door and molded, gilt liner, the interior with rosewood veneered weight baffle, matted, gilt brass dial with applied, silvered, Roman numeral cartouches and seconds bit, blued steel hands of Fasoldt pattern, month going, 6 wheel timepiece movement with heavy brass plates, Harrisons maintaining power, and Fasoldt's patent escapement, employing his coaxial escape wheel, bimetallic, compensated pendulum with gilt, adjustable cylinders, and based on Ellicott's design, lead weight with integral pulley, and rosewood handled winding key.     case with minor veneer losses and repairs, case bottom with an old repair, door liner with minor losses to lacquer, and minor discoloration, dial with some loss to gilt and silvered surfaces, losses to engraving infill, tarnish, hands dirty, but otherwise very good, movement dirty, but complete, pallet stones good, escapement functional, teeth on smaller escape wheel with wear, should run if properly serviced and adjusted, pendulum with minor loss to gilding, rods with tarnish, weight good. The present clock is one of two known from Fasoldt's Rome period. It is the only one which retains its original escapement components and pendulum, the escapement manufactured to the specifications of his patent of Feb. 1, 1859. Fasoldt is known for his experimentation with and improvements to his own designs, and this two pallet version with coaxial escape wheel eventually evolved into the three pallet design he patented in 1865, which is employed in most of his watches, as well as a number of clocks. See lot numbers 1123, 1124 and 1125 for other examples by this maker. $60,000 - $80,000
256 American, Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., "Box Skeleton" double dial perpetual calendar, with nickelled, skeletonized frame, and contained in a glazed, walnut case with ebonized moldings, from the collection of Dr. Hugh Grant Rowell at Dartmouth College.     original day and month rollers are dark and virtually unreadable. There is oxidation on the dial where nickel has worn away. Movement is complete and sound, ticks and strikes, but will need service. The box case is in excellent original condition, with wonderful patina, shadows and a few fly specs all latches and hinges intact. Although reproductions of this model abound, we guarantee this clock's authenticity and origin (Dr. Rowell's collection): For additional details, see the book CALENDAR CLOCKS, by Tran Duy Ly (1993), pages 148-9. $5,000 - $9,000
257 Joseph Sterling, Boston, Massachusetts, cherry cased kidney dial shelf clock, with molded top, central inlaid plinth and pierced fret, glazed kidney dial opening surmounts the line and alternating dark and light inlaid base, with scalloped apron and French feet, eight day time only brass movement with lead weight, brass-faced pendulum and iron rod.     Restored base bottom board, apron, French feet and associated glue blocks, crack though the base from top to bottom filled with wood, minor inlay repairs, dial cleaned. relined and in-painted, replacement weight, replacement finial. Joseph Loring's account book covering his work from 1791-1812 is extant in the collections of the American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts. Prior to his move to Boston about 1815, he worked in Sterling, just north of Worcester. Please see Paul Foley, "Willard's Patent Timepieces" pp 279-280. $4,000 - $5,000
258 L. E. Whiting, Saratoga Springs, NY, "Timby Solar Time Piece". 8 day, spring driven, brass lever movement shelf clock. The patent for this hard to find clock was held by Theodore R. Timby, the clocks designer. Movement made by Noah Pomery.     Walnut case in an old finish has a shrinkage crack on the lower back. The Joslin's 6 inch Terrestrial Globe is in very nice condition, although it has age darkened a little. The bottom door has a repair at the bottom left corner. The paper minute dial is a replacement. Original finial and drops. There is a dark partial label inside the case. $4,000 - $5,000
259 Aaron Willard, Boston, Massachusetts, dish dial mahogany shelf clock, reverse-painted glass with shields, stenciled flowers and lower cartouche inscribed "Aaron Willard/Boston" all over the iron roman numeral dish dial, the lower veneered wooden panel with line and central marquetry inlay resting on the flat veneered base and brass ball feet, eight day time only brass movement with pendulum and lead weight.     The original upper glass is severely fractured and has significant inpainting, The hood is lacking the scroll top, reeded plinth and acorn finial, all finials are replacements, dial cleaned and relined, the lower wooden panel and the weight are replacements, movement wants cleaning. Case retains the original stamped batch number "106" $2,000 - $3,000
260 Attributed to Aaron Willard, Jr., Roxbury, Massachusetts, patent timepiece or "banjo" clock with hermometer, the mahogany case with brass eagle finial over the unmarked, painted iron roman numeral dial, held in place by three "L" shaped screws, superb original steel barbed hands, the cross-banded throat section with reverse-painted glass signed "Willard's Patent" in the lower cartouche, red and green decoration frames the thermometer with graduations from minus 40 to 260 degrees Fahrenheit and notations from "Extreme Cold" to "Water Boils", the lower glass framed with cross-banding also marked "Willard's Patent" in a banner above the pendulum aperture, red, green, gold and mustard decoration complete a geometric design bordered in white, eight day timepiece with t bridge suspension, recoil escapement, alternate train layout, holes remaining for through bolts for movement attachment to the case, all powered by a lead weight and regulated by a pendulum.     tablets are original with some tarnishing to original silver leafing, thermometer back relined, dial undisturbed, replacement finial, lacking through bolts for movement attachment, original barbed hands, period lead weight and key, presently unused holes which once provided stability to the movement, uniform cut head section consistent with the dating of this clock. $7,000 - $9,000
261 Ansel Turner, Roxbury, Massachusetts, mahogany patent timepiece or "banjo" clock, No. 27, with gilded acorn final over the brass bezel and painted iron arabic numeral dial, the waist section, flanked by brass side ornaments, the cross banded frame containing a reverse-painted glass with gilt leafage and cross hatching on a salmon ground, the box door also with cross-banded frame, housing a reverse-painted glass marked "S. Willard's Patent" and "E Pluribus Unum" shown on banners held by the American eagle and Lady Liberty, with staff and the Liberty Cap, all leaning on the remains of the globe with latitude and longitude markings and with aperture for viewing pendulum, eight day timepiece movement with t bridge suspension, step train, and recoil escapement, powered by a lead weight and regulated by a brass faced pendulum bob and steel rod, the back side of the back plate is inscribed "A Turner/ No. 27 1809".     Lacking lower gilded pedestal, replacement acorn finial, replacement hands, the original repaired hour hand with the lot, period lead weight, old key, old surface on case, bottom board unfinished with two vacant screw holes indicating a former pedestal, dial cleaned and relined fifty years ago, some loose veneer on waist frame included with the lot, steel machine head screws for throat attachment are replacements. The present clock is illustrated and described in the NAWCC Bulletin, June 2001 article by Richard Perlman. Additional information on Ansel Turner is found in Paul Foley, "Willard's Patent Timepieces", p 323. $4,000 - $6,000
262 Planchon, a Paris, a rare and highly ornamental sector clock with retrograde display, the demi lune, gilt bronze case resting on hoof feet with foliate ornament, the case frame with acanthus border, sunflower form drop, and surmounted by bowknot tied floral sprays, Roman numeral white enamel dial, the center with polychrome enamel painting featuring figures on a shoreline, and with a single, elaborately fretted and engraved gilt hand, transiting the 180 degree dial once in twelve hours, then promptly returning to its starting point, 8 day, time and strike movement with retrograde function and lever platform     case dirty, gilding with some staining and minor losses, glass good, dial and hand very good, movement ticks and strikes, retrograde function working $10,000 - $15,000
264 Guilmet, France, an impressive, industrial series Steam Hammer clock with side pieces, bronze case with gilt and patinated silver surfaces, on a footed, black slate base, the hammer forming part of the complex compound pendulum, rising and falling, appearing to strike the anvil as the clock runs, rectangular silvered dial with applied Roman numerals, blued steel hands, 8 day, time and strike pendule de Paris movement with Guilmets modifications, and also with Guilmet's mark on the back plate, together with matching, rolling mill side pieces, c1880     case dirty, base with minor chips and flakes, some silvered surfaces with a thin coating of black paint, case front missing two faux fasteners, dial with tarnish, minute hand replaced, movement ticks and strikes, will need adjustment, side pieces good, retaining their original lacquer on gilt components, the silvered surfaces with a thin coat of black paint, and bases with minor flakes. It is a plus to have the matching side pieces as this model is usually found without them. $6,000 - $8,000
265 Regnault Fils, Chesnier & Sarrazin, Paris, a large figural mantel clock with front mounted pendulum, the bronzed spelter case with break front base on scroll feet, draped with foliate garlands, and further ornamented with masks, front with relief panel featuring recumbent, addorsed gryphons, and laurel molded, conforming plinth supporting a young male figure, the clock case surrounded by laurel fronds and held aloft in his left hand, a lyre in his right, with three disporting putti at his feet, patinated dial with applied, Roman numeral cartouches, pierced and engraved gilt hands, and with ornamental pendulum oscillating in front of the dial, signed, 8 day, time and strike pendule de Paris movement with Brocot escapement behind the back plate     surface dirty, and with minor losses to patination, drop at bottom of clock case missing a small ornamental rod, two cartouches with minor chips, hands tarnished, pendulum good, movement ticks and strikes $5,000 - $7,000
266 Japan, Edo period, striking wall clock, or Shaku-Dokei, commonly called "stick clock", the time movement of lantern style construction with crown wheel and verge driving the large, horizontal balance atop movement, delicately pierced front plate is intricately cut in the form of flowers, and is nicely engraved. The spring driven striking movement actually forms the weight that powers the time movement via a fine cord that winds around a horizontal barrel. Strikes on a bell. With movable numerals to compensate for the shortening days of winter.     overall excellent 100% original condition. Brass piercing to the case sides allow sound to escape. This clock comes to us from a private collection in New Jersey, and has been in one place for the last three decades. Bottom drawer contains winding key. $4,000 - $5,000
267 France, marble & bronze, monumental figure clock of Johann Gutenberg (1399--1468), standing next to his printing press, and a large chase with a line of type. He is holding a page just printed showing the reverse of the type in the chase. To the right of his foot is an open book, with the title 'BIBLIA LATINA', and beyond his left foot the ink tool or spreader. And with a well made bell strike movement, silk thread suspension. fancy gilt bezel and glazed dial cover. The porcelain dial signed Gorini Freres & Cie, a Paris.     there is very minor corner-edge roughness to the white marble in a few places. A zealous maid has rubbed the gilt feet, waist molding and bezel surround, so the high spots have lost their gold and turned brown. The movement is sound, but would benefit from service. This clock depicts a grand theme, sure to appeal to students of education or of religion. Gutenberg was the inventor of the printing press that changed the course of western civilization. The first bibles (180 copies) were printed around 1450 in the city of Mainz, Germany, other printed documents and legal papers predate that. $2,000 - $3,000
268 France, marble and bronze, a large and monumental depiction of Joan of Arc (battle c1430) with axe in hand, ready to strike a male warrior with his shield held in defense. With a good bell strike movement w/ silk thread suspension (adjust above dial) silvered dial and moon hands.     movement and retainer bezel have rotated in transit; can be turned /straightened on cleaning the movement. The outer bezel and glass cover for dial are absent, bare hinge showing at left. The mustard yellow mottled marble is in good condition, with only minor edge roughness. The bronze feet and waist moldings are all crisp and retain original dark brown patina. The statues themselves are magnificent, and one of the finest depictions we have seen; excellent facial and body detail, with small amount of wear through bronze patina. See detail photos. This is a large clock (30in) and very heavy. $2,000 - $3,000
269 Atkins, Whiting & Co. Bristol, Conn., 30 day, wagon spring brass and iron wheel type II movement with roller verge ripple molding drop octagon wall timepiece.     Rosewood veneer case in an old finish some some slight rippling of the veneer, but is otherwise nice condition. Original painted dial has scattered paint loss and heavy staining. All the ripple molding intact. Both hands look replaced. This is a fairly rare model. $1,400 - $1,800
270 Joseph Ives, New York, 8 day, time and strike, weight brass and iron plate movement mirror clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in nice condition in an old finish. Original tablet has been restored. Original mirror and hands. Original painted dial has minor wear to the numbers. The top crest is missing, but we have another example of this case style in the auction that has its original top that could be used as a guide to making a replacement. Pendulum bob included is not original. $1,000 - $1,200
271 Votti & Newman, Philadelphia, rare wall clock with metallic painted finish over extensive gesso trim, and with rare front to back pendulum, and the patent date visible through the dial opening = Jan 11, 1884. Note winding below 12. We could not calculate the running duration, although Votti made movements of week, month and year duration. We ESTIMATE that this is a one month clock.     a known problem is that the gesso cracks over time, and there are many cracks, however there are NO MISSING PIECES, which is amazing,. We do suggest that if you bid on this clock, you come in person or arrange to have someone transport it for you, or damage is likely. Original dial (darkening) and pendulum are excellent; old hands from another clock are too short. Movement is complete and sound, but dirty. Here is some info on the company, from the Pennsylvania Historical Society: Votti & Newman, manufacturers of Votti's Patent clocks with one year movements, also one month movements with winding up designs, 2132 Market St, Philadelphia, PA. Among those who are extensively engaged in the manufacture of clocks and regulators is the firm of Votti & Newman, who carry on a large business with [sic] all parts of the country. The firm makes a specialty of finer grade clocks and regulators with Mr. Votti's patented movement (s), which are made to run one week, one month, six months and twelve months. The regulators are constructed of the best materials and contain many valuable improvements of Mr. Votti's own invention..........cases of rich, rare, elegant and unique designs..... the only regulator clock factory in Pennsylvania. See internet for additional info. From the Hugh Grant Rowell collection at Dartmouth College. $900 - $1,200
272 William G. Emerson, Newport, Maine, 8 day, time and strike, weight brass movement New Hampshire style mirror clock.     Mahogany case in original finish has some a couple age cracks on the lower left side. One of the embossed brass caps on the lower left block is missing. Original dial glass has some loss to the background. Original mirror. Original painted dial has some wear and stains. At the right angle the signature can still be seen. Original hands. For more information on this maker see "Clockmakers & Clock making in Maine 1770-1900" by Joseph Katra, Jr., Pg 130. $600 - $800
273 Benjamin Morrill, Boscawen, New Hampshire, 8 day, weight brass movement New Hampshire Mirror wall timepiece.     Hitchcock mirror frame has wear and loss to the half-round columns. The lower left applied metal button on the corner block has been replaced. Original painted dial is heavily soiled. Original hands and pendulum. Original tablet has been overpainted on the back with gold paint in an attempt to repair background loss. Mirror is a replacement. Replaced weight is a lead filled metal container. $500 - $700
274 Attributed to Aaron Willard, Jr., Roxbury, Massachusetts, mahogany patent timepiece or "banjo" clock, iron roman numeral dial, brass bezel, side ornaments flanking the waist section, waist and box with cross banded frames for the reverse-painted glasses, the waist with gold floral and leafage decoration framing a central classical urn with climbing vine, the lower glass marked "Patent" within a centered rectangular panel with central aperture for pendulum viewing and leafage tied with a ribbon against a green ground, eight day timepiece movement with t bridge suspension, step train, and through bolts for case attachment, all powered by a period lead weight, regulated by a pendulum with steel rod and brass-faced bob, and period winding key. Provenance: J.T. Vogdes, Philadelphia as indicated by a printed label on the backboard of the case.     replacement dial, finial, wall hanger, through bolts on movement, and steel machine screws attaching the waist glass, minor repairs to cross-banding, retouched and stabilized original glasses, original hands now painted black, period winding key and weight. $3,000 - $4,000
275 Bench-made mahogany girandole clock, marked "L. Curtis/Concord", with gilt wooden bezel, painted iron arabic numeral dial, the waist section of lyre form, framing the reverse-painted glass inscribed "L. Curtis Concord" and with simulated lyre strings, in gold against a red background, the convex lower glass with stenciled leaves on a red ground with a peaceful country scene and pendulum aperture in gold, all enclosed in a turned gilded frame with gilt balls, the case bottom with carved acanthus leaf pedestal, the early 19th century eight day time only brass movement powered by a lead weight and regulated by a brass-faced pendulum bob and iron rod.     A high-quality reproduction utilizing a probable period Aaron Willard, Jr. movement with holes through both plates for "through bolts", a well made recoil escapement powered by old and probably period weight and regulated by a period pendulum. Removing the waist section glass reveals a very crisp product with little sign of genuine age. "27" appears stamped on various components as a batch number following the tradition of period girandoles. Overall, while the clock remains an excellent decorative object, the lesser quality glasses and carving reveal the real age. $2,000 - $3,000
276 Reuben Tower, Hingham, Massachusetts Patent Timepiece or "Banjo" Clock with Alarm, the mahogany case with roman numeral painted iron dial faintly inscribed "R Tower", brass side ornaments flank the waist glass of gilt scrolls against a red, white and blue background framed with half rounded moldings, the lower glass depicts five war ships in battle and central pendulum aperture, eight day, step train timepiece movement with integral alarm and winding arbor, powered by two lead weights and regulated by a pendulum.     Dial cleaned, relined in touched up, restored brass alarm setting disc, bell and finial mounted above the case, original hands, side ornaments and dial bezel, original waist glass, repainted box glass, old surface on case. $1,500 - $2,000
277 R.L. Turner, Haverhill, Mass., 8 day, weight brass movement gold front Patent or banjo timepiece.     Mahogany and gilt front case in very fine condition. Original tablets. Movement was made by E. Howard & Co., Some documentation is included about Mr. Turner. $1,200 - $1,500
278 Massachusetts, 8 day, weight brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece with alarm and bell on top, in an Empire style case with mahogany veneered front and wooden side arms. Case is stamped "85".     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in nice condition in an old finish. The carved side arms have repairs. Bottom door has a couple corner chips and a couple chips on the left edge. Original painted dial has some loss at the mounting pins and wear to the numbers. Dial is mounted to the case with three L-turns. Original hands and bell. Alarm weight is a reproduction. The Angle top Movement that is attached to the case using side tabs is similar in design to that made by A. Willard, Jr. Examples of this movement can be found in "Willard's Patent Timepieces" by Paul Foley, Pg. 145. $900 - $1,200
279 Reuben Tower, Hingham, Massachusetts Patent Timepiece "Banjo" Clock, with roman numeral iron dial signed "R. Tower/Hingham", mahogany case with gilded rope moldings enclosing the reverse-painted glasses, the throat a gilt scrolled foliate, the box glass a depiction of "Aurora", eight day time and strike movement with rack and snail hour strike on a top mounted bell, powered by two cast iron weights and regulated by a pendulum.     Both glasses repainted, lacking dial glass, gilding losses on acorn finial, dial undisturbed including signature although showing surface dirt, original hands, pedestal drop off the clock but with the lot, movement wants an overhaul, lacking a pendulum bob, presently not running or striking. Striking banjo clocks are scarce. According to several sources, Tower was likely apprenticed to Joshua Wilder and produced banjo, shelf, dwarf and tall clocks like his master. In his spare time, he raised 14 children! For additional information on Reuben Tower please see: Spittlers and Bailey, "Clock and Watch Makers of America" p 406, $800 - $1,200
280 Unknown, probably a Massachusetts made 8 day, weight brass movement wall timepiece.     A cherry case that has some of its grain painting intact has some dings and scratches and a small damaged area on the bottom bracket. Original painted dial has some loss at the mounting screws and the winding arbor. Original hour hand. Minute hand is a possible replacement as it is a little too short. Weight baffle has been replaced. The tablet has been restored. $800 - $1,000
281 Unknown, Massachusetts, 8 day, weight brass movement patent or banjo timepiece. It is difficult to ascertain if this is a period clock or it was made from old parts. In any event it is an attractive timepiece.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish that has had repairs to the bottom bracket and the throat door. The case has age from examining the backboard as it is attached the rest of the case with cut nails. There are some modern nails from what looks to be a later repair on the bottom bracket and wood screws used to hold some of the parts together The dial is from a different clock as it has plugged holes. The hands are mismatched. The case has an interesting three train high wheel count weight driven movement. No weight. $300 - $400
282 Prentiss Clock Improvement Co., New York, N.Y., large wall clock of 60 or 90 day duration, with time and perpetual calendar, double spring driven "No. 217" movement in an oak case with painted metal dial and with printed card stock calendar indicators     the case retains its original finish nicely rubbed down. The two lower finials are absent. The calendar cards are original and in condition. The signature has been repainted on the dial. This model does not appear in our books on the subject, but an examination of the clock indicates no reason for concern; these manufacturers often made cases to order at a client's request $4,000 - $5,000
283 L. F. & W. W. Carter, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, spring driven, brass movement double dial calendar wall clock.     Rosewood veneered case in an old finish has minor damage at the bottom board just below the bottom door. The doors have lost their graining that simulates the rosewood veneer on the rest of the case. Original painted dial has age darkened a little with some loss at the mounting screws and couple spots on the edge. Original painted calendar dial and time dial look to have a clear coat over the paint. The spade hands are old, but replaced as they are the wrong style for this model. Original bottom tablet has minor background loss. Dark label inside is worn but still readable. This model was also made by Welch, Spring & Co. and named "Regulator No. 1". It was also sold by the firm of B.B Lewis & Son and named the "Bank Clock". $2,000 - $2,500
284 Welch, Spring & Company, Forestville, Conn.,. "Regulator Calendar No. 1", rosewood veneered case with 16-inch zinc roman numeral dial with center day of the week, blued steel maltese hands, the mid section with hinged door and B.B. Lewis enclosed perpetual calendar mechanism, the backboard in this section contains the original printed label reading in part..."Extra Eight-Day Perpetual Calendar Clocks...Manufactured by Welch, Spring and Co." and flocked paper dust cover, lower door with black and gold decorated tablet of Welch pattern, eight day, two weight, time-only, upside-down movement with recoil escapement and two cylindrical compounded iron weights, wooden pendulum rod and brass bob.     No significant repairs, replacements or restoration. Dials undisturbed, all hands, pendulum are original, lower reverse-painted glass is original, veneer in excellent condition, weights are period, An excellent example in great condition. $2,000 - $2,500
285 National Calendar Clock Co.,"Leader" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement (New Haven Clock Co.) and a simple calendar mechanism in a walnut case.     The case is in excellent condition and retains its original finish. The two original paper dials are in excellent condition. The hands are original. The door glass is original with the gilt Leader inscription. There is a nice label on the back side of the case. This is an excellent example of this unusual clock. $800 - $1,200
286 Seth Thomas Clock Co., "Parlor Calendar No. 4" double dial calendar clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement and a R. T. Andrews patented perpetual calendar mechanism in a polished walnut case.     The case retains an excellent original finish with no veneer loss. The original painted time dial is in very good condition with minor loss at the mounting holes and several other areas. The original painted calendar dial is also in very good condition with minor loss mainly at the mounting holes. The door glasses are original. Overall, an excellent example of this model. $650 - $800
287 L. F. & W. W. Carter, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, double weight brass movement double dial calendar clock.     Refinished rosewood veneered case in nice condition has a couple small chips on the bottom bracket. Original painted dial has a small chip, some loss in the center and some loss at the mounting screws. Original hands. Original calendar dial has a couple small chips. Dark label inside. $400 - $600
288 L. F. & W. W. Carter, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, double weight brass movement double dial calendar wall clock.     Refinished rosewood veneered case has minor damage on the bottom of the bottom bracket and a couple chips on the base just below the bottom door. Original painted time dial now replaced by a paper dial. Original painted calendar dial has a couple chips on the outer edge. Original hands. The calendar hand on the time dial is loose and will need attention. Dark label inside. $400 - $600
289 Burwell & Carter, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement double dial B.B. Lewis calendar clock.     Rosewood veneered case in original finish except for the calendar door. Original paper time dial has some surface abrasion. Original calendar dial has some staining at the mounting screws. Original hands. Clean label inside. $300 - $400
290 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 36 Regulator ", jeweler's wall clock, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement with mercury compensated pendulum, Graham deadbeat escapement and maintaining power in a mahogany case with a painted metal dial     the case retains its original finish but is incomplete. The carved trim elements on the top and the entire base are absent. The wooden bezel is split into two pieces. There is no glass over dial and the dial is not signed by Howard but appears to original to the case with some flaking. The weight is a replacement. The original beat scale and stand and four vial mercury pendulum are present. Mercury is included and requires special handling. A very desirable model, well worth the effort required to restore. Joel Warren of www.ithacacalendarclocks.com has the plans for this clock and is willing to assist in restoration. $3,000 - $4,000
291 F.L. Scheidemann, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, standing astronomical regulator, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement in a walnut case with octagonal top and painted wooden dial     the case retains its original finish with two horizontal age crack on left side of top. The numerals have been strengthened. This interesting bench made clock is very unusual, among other things its proportions are diminutive for an astronomical regulator as it stands finish with about 6 feet tall. $300 - $500
292 Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Regulator No. 60 or 61", jeweler's regulator floor standing clock, 8 day, time only, brass weight driven movement with Graham deadbeat escapement, gridiron lyre pendulum and sweep seconds in an walnut case with a, white enamel dial     the case retains its original finish. It has been altered. The intermediate part of the top has been removed and the base is absent and has been replaced with a custom made base for a standing clock. $700 - $900
293 New York stye tall case clock, 8 day, time and bell strike, weight driven movement in a mahogany veneer case with broken arch top, shaped trunk door and scalloped skirt and foot. The painted wooden dial has a seconds bit.     the case retains its original finish. The right return molding needs to be reattached, there is an age split in base and there are repairs to upper left side of hood. The wooden works dial is old but a replacement and has been fitted to the English made movement. $300 - $400
294 Germany, tall clock, 8 day, time, strike and chime on gongs, three brass weight driven movement in a mahogany case with beveled glass trunk door, broken arch top, paw feet, three wooden finials and applied moldings on base with brass dial, silvered chapter ring, applied brass spandrels, moon phase and seconds bit.     this clock is in need of major restoration. There are numerous scrapes and scuffs and some sections of the applied moldings on base are absent. The pendulum rod needs to be repaired immediately above the bob. One of the front paw feet is broken in pieces and some are absent. The finials are period replacements and one has bee repaired. $600 - $800
295 John Bell, Hexham, England, 30 hour, time and bell strike, single weight driven movement, c. 1830, in an American walnut case with three brass finials and painted metal dial     the walnut case retains an old finish. The hood has been rebuilt to fit the English one day endless chain movement. The finials are replacements. The dial is in good condition with flaking on calendar wheel. Hands are replaced and not a proper style. $300 - $400
296 John Green, Skipton, England tall clock, 8 day, time and gong strike, weight driven movement in a chinoiserie oak case with carved coffin top, three quarter columns on hood door and quarter columns on rear of hood on applied molded base. The brass dial has an applied reticulated arch with putti holding a crown, applied cast brass spandrels and calendar and maker's signature above 6.     the case finish is about a 50% loss. The rear quarter column and glass window on left side of hood are absent. There are no weights nor pendulum. Sold "as is". This is a very attractive clock but needs a full restoration. $600 - $800
298 Reproduction dwarf tall or Grandmother clock, 8 day, weight driven brass timepiece (only) movement in a pine case with rocking ship dial signed Elmer Stennes     the case retains its original finish with a repair to fill in the gap at the mitered foot corners caused most likely from shrinkage. The authentic E. Stennes dial is probably a later addition and has a couple of areas of lifting paint and small loss at 8 o'clock. The case style is not typical of Stennes and has spurious marks intended to make it look like his work. Neither is the movement typical of Stennes as it is the Seth Thomas No. 1 extra movement as he generally used spring driven, old E. Howard or Vienna movements to power his clocks. Ht 50" $600 - $800
299 Robert Jack, Glasgow, Scotland, astronomical standing regulator, 8 day, time only, weight driven movement in a burl walnut veneered case with carved floral fretwork below silvered dial with maker's signature     the case retains its original finish with some flaking to the veneer. There are age splits on the upper left and right side of case. There is a chip out of lower left side of door. The suspension block has been raised in the back of case to accommodate a lengthened suspension spring. The pendulum rod is missing the tray for fine adjustment. The silvered dial has some minor wear. The weight needs an appropriate S-hook. Movement with jeweling or end pieces removed, now with brass bushings, crutch with poor repair, back cock and pallet arbor at top of movement, but without apparent function, holes at rear of back plate for cock and arbors, now missing, pallets without locking $800 - $1,200
300 Roxbury style reproduction tall clock mahogany case (only) with Willard type ogee bracket feet,     the case is in excellent condition. There are no finials. hood glass opening measures 12" x 16.5" $400 - $600
301 The Colonial Mfr. Co., Zeeland, Mich., tall case clock, 8 day, time, strike and five tubular chime, three brass weight driven movement in a mahogany case with a brass dial with silvered chapter ring, seconds bit and moon phase     the case retains its original finish in good condition. The left side door with fretwork is missing the brass pull. The moon dial is flaking badly. $500 - $700
302 [Thomas] Vurleyl, Wisbeack, England, tall case clock, 8 day, time and bell strike, weight driven movement, c. 1840, in a c. 1780 string inlaid mahogany case with pagoda top, brass finials, crotch mahogany trunk door, fluted columns flanking hood.     the case retains an old finish. The finials and feet are replacements. The movement, which needs to be restrung, is approximately 60 years later than the case. The painted metal dial has "W&H" signature on back. $500 - $700
303 2 (Two) Modern: (1) Colonial Clock Co., Zeeland, MI, reproduction pinwheel jeweler's regulator in a mahogany veneer case with beveled glass door. Colonial copied the French regulator hanging in Sir John Bennett's Clock Shop at Greenfield Village, MI. (2) Emperor tall clock time, strike and chime, weight driven movement in a walnut case with purpose made leaded stained glass panel on door built by Gus Chinery, 1975     sold "as is". Both clocks in good condition; (2) some strike rods need replacement, Finial is present but not photographed. $500 - $700
304 Tall Clocks- 2 (Two) England, time and bell strike, weight driven: (1) Edw. Bates, Cuckfield, 30 hour; (2) 8 day, unsigned     sold "as is". Both seat boards are loose and need to be reattached. Measurements are of (1), which is larger. $300 - $500
305 Tall Clocks- 2 (Two) English / Scottish period examples, circa 1830: (1) Ja. Rough, Kirkaldy in mahogany case with painted metal dial; (2) Unsigned in oak case with painted metal dial     sold "as is" and in need of restoration. (1) has some damage on corner of dial that is not visible when in case. Period pendulum and weights included for both clocks. Dimensions are of; (2) . $400 - $600
306 Tall Clocks- 2 (Two) English oak broken arch cases, no weights nor pendulums: (1) Thomas Arlott, Sunderland, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven movement with painted metal dial, moon phase and calendar, circa 1820; (2) 8 day, time and bell strike weight driven movement with a painted metal dial     sold "as is". NO pendulum, NO weights; (2) Dial mask is a plywood replacement and there is no backboard. $400 - $600
307 Tall Clocks- 2 (Two) period English and a case only, all in mahogany and mahogany veneer: (1) John McGowan, Wigtown with silvered brass dial, circa 1780; (2) T. Turnbull with metal painted dial, circa 1820; (3) case only with parts     sold "as is". Some parts accompany clocks including moldings, period weights and pendulums. Dimensions are of (1) . $400 - $600
308 Tall Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Scottish 8 day, time and strike, weight driven movement with painted metal dial and painted thistle pendulum, circa 1820; (2) Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement     sold "as is". Both clocks retain an old finish. (1) the feet and skirt have damage. The hood door is loose. Dimension are of (1) . $400 - $600
309 Tall Clocks- 4 (Four) modern: 8 day, weight driven, time, strike and chime including a Howard Miller and a New England Clock Co.     sold "as is". Circa late 20th century. Two are cable driven and two are chain pull. Dimensions are of New England Clock Co. includes two cranks. $300 - $500
310 Standard Electric Time Co., Springfield, Mass., "Master Clock" wall clock, electrically driven, time only movement producing electrical impulse to drive a slave or slaves, one of which is included. The clock is housed in a heavy oak case and has painted metal dial.     the clock is in excellent original condition save for absence of one electrical component in upper left corner inside. $600 - $800
311 Gazo Family Clock Factory, San Diego, California, "XG-C" hanging jeweler's regulator, reproduction of Howard's "No. 60 Regulator", 8 day, time, strike and chime, three brass weight driven movement in a beveled glass front carved alderwood case with a cream enamel dial     the clock is in excellent original condition with minor indentations on weights. The Gazo Family Clock Factory made high quality reproductions that are highly collectible beginning in 1974 out of the southern California region. $1,000 - $1,500
312 Case and dial only- Seth Thomas Clock Co., "Regulator No. 17" in old oak case with 18 inch Roman numeral painted metal dial     sold "as is". There are nicks and scrapes throughout the case, which is complete. The sides have paint residue from being on the wall during painting. The dial has the original paint with a couple of small flakes. $300 - $400
314 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Regulator No. 4", jeweler's regulator wall clock, 8 day, time only, brass weight driven Swiss movement with pinwheel escapement, gridiron lyre pendulum and sweep seconds in a walnut case with a white enamel dial and moon hands     the case retains an original dull finish and there is a chip in the upper left molding above dial. The upper left return molding has an old repair and a chip. The upper left and right finials are replacements. There are plugged holes in the back of the case on either side of the movement mounting bracket. The incised skirt and three finials on base are absent. An Ansonia beat indicator needs to be attached and the weight is a replacement. $1,000 - $2,000
315 German seconds beating, center seconds regulator movement (unsigned) from late 1800s, now in a purpose built cherry case circa 1950. Dial is paint on tin with narrow spun brass bezel, probably same date as case. 8 day     glue joints failed on door and there are now right angle steel brackets screwed to inside of door.. Case has only wax finish. Pendulum stick, pulley and beat scale are commensurate with weight driven movement, the bob is from another clock, but works ok. No crank. $300 - $500
316 Jeweler's hanging regulator 8 day, time only, weight driven movement in period early 20th century oak case with movement built by Arthur Dekalb of Pulaski, NY and designed by the late E.H. Parkhurst, Lancaster, PA (Past President of NAWCC) in 1972     the clock is in excellent condition with movement and components "like new" and recently serviced. The pendulum has fine adjustment with 5 accessory weights for tray attached to rod. $1,200 - $1,500
317 Jeweler's Regulator Case Only- 2 (Two): hanging in oak with fretwork top above sunburst carving and dental molding, full columns on door and carved trim on base, circa 1890; (2) standing in mahogany signed and dated inside of base, dated 1940     sold "as is". (1) The top fretwork is replaced. There is no glass in the door and one side glass is cracked. There is a chip to base of column on door; (2) Hinges are located on both sides of the door. $600 - $800
318 Thwaites and Reed hanging gallery clock, 8 day, time only, spring driven fusee movement in a mahogany case with painted metal dial     sold "as is'. The clock is in need of restoration. The movement is not mounted in the case and there is no back to the clock. It is a large and impressive piece. $800 - $1,200
319 Glo-Dial Clock Company, Los Angeles, California, neon gallery wall clock, electric driven, time only movement with large 25.5in black dial, bold straight white hands, Arabic numerals and orange lighted neon perimeter     the clock is in excellent original condition with neon tubes intact and working intermittently. $200 - $300
320 The Gledhill-Brook Time Recorders Ltd., Huddersfield Halifax, London, Birmingham, time recorder punch wall clock, 8 day, time only, spring driven movement in an oak case with painted metal dial including punch card holder     the case retains its original finish. The dial has scratches around the center arbor. $200 - $300
321 Clocks- 2 (Two) International Time Recording Co. (IBM), Endicott, New York: (1) punch clock; (2) jeweler's regulator     sold "as is"; the second has a later weight. Dimensions are of #2 . $300 - $400
322 Huntington & Platts, Ithaca, New York (attribution), partial calendar clock, green painted cast iron frame, movement and reverse painted glass dial.     sold "as is". There is no calendar mechanism nor hands and the dial is broken in several pieces. $300 - $400
323 Dutch Friesland hooded staartklok or "tail" clock, weight driven, intact with rolling moon dial and alarm; embossed brass depictions of the 4 seasons in spandrel areas.     this clock came to us from Dr. Hugh Grant Rowell, collection, and has been in the US for nearly a century. Although it is dirty and the dial needs restoration and touch up, it is a good period clock. There are no ornaments for hood [usually 3], glass missing from right hood window. Around 25 years ago the Dutch began making new clocks in the antique style and those are easily confused with period items. $300 - $500
324 Dutch Friesland hooded staartklok or "tail" clock, weight driven, with animation in the arch, a windmill to the right and a fisherman to the left, driven off a pulley on the front of the escape wheel arbor.     the alarm mechanism is missing. the fishing rod, line and fish are missing from the fisherman. Lower left embossed brass "season" is missing. Perimeter portion of dial has been painted dark green. Left window glass in hood missing. Case has been refinished. Home-made weight pulley needs replacing. This is another clock from the collection of Dr. Hugh Grant Rowell, and has been in the states for many decades. Animation rollers are all intact, and overall this clock will restore nicely with modest effort. Pendulum is inside case. $300 - $500
325 Joseph Ives, New York, 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement mirror clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish has some damage on the lower right side and the top left chimney block. Original top tablet has some scattered loss. Bottom tablet looks to be original, but has been out of the case. It has some loss and poor inpainting. Mirror looks original. Original iron and brass weight movement has been replaced with a newer 8 day spring version. Original painted dial has been redrilled for the new movement. Original hands. $400 - $600
326 Joseph Ives, New York, 8 day, time and strike, weight iron and brass movement mirror clock.     Mahogany case in an old finish in nice condition. Original painted tablet has been restored. Original painted dial has aged a little with some loss at the mounting pins. Original hands. There is some question as to whether this correct movement is original to this case. This a short pendulum case that is now fitted with a long pendulum version. The bottom board has been replaced and a cutout was added to provide clearance for the pendulum. The movement also has an extension added to allow the pendulum to be hung higher in the case. Someone has also added maintaining power on the time side. There is also a gong rather than a bell. $600 - $800
327 Joseph Ives, New York, mirror wall clock case only.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in original finish has the bottom left corner block missing, some damage to the right block, some veneer loss at the cross strips and damaged chimney caps. Original tablets have scattered loss. Original mirror. $250 - $350
328 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., "No. 28 Marble Dial" wall clock, with applied front panel including the 12-inch roman numeral dial signed "E. Howard & Co. Boston" and lower glazed section with black and gold leaf decoration, tri-foil steel hands, original white painted case housing the eight day brass movement stamped "E. Howard & Co./Boston/28" with recoil escapement, regulation from case top, evidence of Geneva stop, lead counter weight on intermediate wheel, iron weight cast "59", wooden pendulum rod and brass-faced bob.     One piece front panel of clock including the dial is a wooden replacement of a once marble component, case white paint is "refreshed", lower section of case showing evidence of weight fall with minor case damage, iron weight and weight baffle are replacements, hands are original, pendulum rod is restored, lacking Geneva stop, period bob with turned decoration and brass pulley. $500 - $700
329 Gilded Lyre Timepiece marked "N, H. Brown", with arabic numerals, gilded bezel, carved and gilded lyre section, swelled side base and gilded pedestal below, eight day time only movement stamped "N. H. Brown" powered by a lead weight and regulated by a wooden pendulum rod and brass faced bob.     Movement wants cleaning, lower glass loose in frame, minor losses on gilding, probable original 20th century finish. No weight or finial. Nelson H. Brown was a Boston clock dealer. Tablets in this clock by W. W. Sprague & Co. who supplied many Boston area glasses in this early 20th century period. $800 - $1,200
330 American, attributed to Bradley & Hubbard, CASE ONLY for an exceedingly rare blinking eye clock: "MAN IN TRENCH COAT WITH DOG"     paint appears to be original with significant wear. Zoom in to see chips on face and crazing to finish. Neither Chris nor I have seen this case before, and despite being only a case, is sure to appeal to the serious collector willing to transfer / sacrifice the movement and eyes from a more common model. $200 - $400
331 400-Hundred Day Torsion Pendulum Clock, Arabic numeral and floral decorated dial, year-duration spring powered brass movement marked on the reverse "Germany", six wheel train and torsion four ball pendulum, the brass gazebo form case with six fluted columns supporting the movement assembly, top cap with seven finials, all on a round base with pressed brass trim and covered by a glass dome.     No significant replacements or condition concerns. $125 - $225
332 Unsigned, Connecticut and North Attleboro, Massachusetts, banjo wall clock, with poplar and mahogany veneered case, painted zinc roman numeral dial with moon hands, beveled flat frames enclosing the painted glasses, the waist glass flanked by brass side ornaments in black and gold, the lower glass, a later transfer and paint decorated American eagle perched on the American shield and olive branches, eight day brass movement with recoil escapement, lantern pinions, lead weight and pendulum.     Lower glass is a replacement (should be a black and gold tablet similar to the waist), side ornaments are replacements, acorn finial gilding and lower box door hinge are modern, replacement wall hanger; this Attleboro clock case was undoubtedly fit up with a Connecticut wall clock movement at the time of manufacture. $300 - $500
333 An unusual Anglo-American timepiece with barometer, in a carved oak case with thermometer in center.     uses a well made Seth Thomas movement with balance wheel and going barrel.. The aneroid barometer will need adjusting. The barometer scale has a dew small brown stains. The timepiece retains original hands, bezel and dial and is complete and sound. $250 - $350
334 Anaclet, Angoulême, figural mantel clock, 8 day, spring driven, time and strike, dark red marble base on gilt rococo feet holding a cream porcelain dial with Roman numerals and gilt hands, topped with a signed patinated cast spelter figure of woman beside a harp titled "La Symphonie" with a pendule de Paris movement signed by Mougin.     small chips to patinated finish on figure. Red marble case is in very good condition as are dial, hands, and beveled glass. Some loss of gilding on cast feet. Pendulum is absent. Movement ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $300 - $400
335 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Cupid", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement figural mantel clock.     The bronze finished case has been nicely restored. Original porcelain dial has a couple hairline cracks that show evidence of repair. Original hands. Movement is signed. $400 - $600
336 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Don", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Brass and cast metal case has remains of original gilding. Original porcelain dial has hairline cracks in the center and outer dial. Original hands and pendulum. All four beveled glass panels are fine. Movement is signed. $200 - $300
337 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Eulogy", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Brass and cast metal case in a Syrian Bronze finish. There is some loss of the finish on parts of the statue. Original porcelain dial and all four beveled glass panels are fine. Original hands and pendulum. Movement is signed. $300 - $500
338 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Fantasy" Figure Clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement visible escapement) in a cast metal and enameled iron case.     The case is in excellent condition with some of the original Japanese bronze finish remaining. The porcelain dial has one small hairline crack by the strike winding arbor. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The bezel glass is convex with beveled edging and may be a replacement. $300 - $400
339 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Gallery No. 1" wall clock with a double wind spring driven 30 day timepiece movement in a mahogany case.     The mahogany case has been refinished. The 18 inch paper dial is original. The hands are original. The movement is signed. Overall a very clean example of this model. $350 - $450
340 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "La Cantal" mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement with visible Brocot escapement in a green porcelain case with white porcelain dial with Roman numerals.     overall excellent original condition with no cracks or repairs to case, which is likely Royal Bonn, though there is no stamp saying so. Good hands, beveled glass, and pendulum. The porcelain chapter ring has a few small losses near the 10 and 8. The original pallet jewels have been replaced with steel. Clock ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $300 - $500
341 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "La Charny" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a Royal Bonn porcelain case.     The case is in excellent condition with the exception of a chip on the nose of the right side dragon. The porcelain dial is in excellent condition with very minor abrasions at the winding holes. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The beveled bezel glass has several chips. $200 - $300
342 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "La Cren" porcelain shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a Royal Bonn porcelain case.     The name on the back of the case is "La Cren". This name does not appear in Tran Duy Ly's book on Ansonia Clocks and Watches. However the case is the same case shown for the "La Cumbre" model on page 583 of the referenced Ansonia book. The case is in excellent condition with no cracks or chips. The hands are original. The porcelain dial is in excellent condition with no chips or hairline cracks. The beveled glass in the bezel shows no chips. The movement is signed. $200 - $300
343 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "La Farge" porcelain shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and half hour gong strike movement in a Royal Bonn porcelain case.     The case is in very good condition with no chips. The porcelain dial is in excellent condition with no chips or hairline cracks. The hands are original. The bezel glass has no chips. The movement is signed. The baseboard in the case may be a replacement. $300 - $400
344 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "La Salle", Royal Bonn, 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement porcelain mantel clock.     China case is in very nice original condition with slight losses to the gold accents. The hand painted Dutch scene is well executed, Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands. $200 - $300
345 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "La Tour", Royal Bonn, 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement porcelain mantel clock.     Porcelain case in nice condition with a very small chip on the left foot and a small repair on the right foot. Original porcelain dial and beveled door glass are perfect. Original hands. $150 - $250
346 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "La Vendee", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement porcelain mantel clock.     Attractive green case in very nice condition has some minor loss to the applied gold. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands. Movement is signed. $400 - $500
347 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Ledger No.1" wall clock, 8 day, gong strike, wall clock.     this is a large clock at over 3 feet, sort of a jazzed up store regulator, merchandised by Ansonia to compete with the German box clock style that was popular in 1910. These do not appear often. Note the suspension wire with "T" got lost and the pendulum is not attached in photo This is a one family clock and it appears that the movement was never serviced [complete but grimy]. Dark mahogany grained finish over hardwood. Will clean up nicely. Original dial, hands, finish and hardware. Note that a sister clock appeared as a prop in the movie "The Evil Dead", and its sequel. We sold the sister to this clock on 5-8-2009, lot 348. $300 - $400
348 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Lucia", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Brass and cast metal case has been nicely restored. Original porcelain dial and the four beveled glass panels are fine. Original hands and pendulum. Movement is signed. $250 - $350
349 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Marchioness", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement with brilliant surround dial crystal regulator mantel clock.     Brass and cast metal case has been nicely polished and restore with some remains of the gilding in the crevices of the applied ornaments. Original porcelain dial has a hairline crack. Original hands, pendulum and all the beveled glass panels are fine. Movement is signed. $300 - $400
350 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Marquis", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Brass and cast metal case has some original gilding and later applied gold paint on parts of the case. Original porcelain dial and three beveled glass panels are fine. Right glass panel has a corner chip. Nicely made pendulum is a replacement. Movement is signed. $250 - $350
351 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Monarch", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement shelf clock.     Refinished walnut case has a little damage at the base on the left side and a repair on the lower right corner of the door. Original paper dial has age darkened with some staining at the winding arbors. Original pendulum, hands and tablet with some minor wear spots. The center finial has been replaced and is not correct for this model. Nearly intact label on the back. $200 - $300
352 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Oriel", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Nicely polished case has some wear to the lacquer finish in places. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Replaced hour hand. Tiny chip on the rear door beveled glass panel. The other glass panels are fine. There looks to be some glue residue under the top urn finial. $200 - $300
353 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Ostler", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement Kitchen clock.     Refinished pressed oak in nice clean condition. Original paper dial is soiled, is stained and has some surface abrasion. Original hands, tablet and pendulum. $100 - $200
354 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Peerless", 8 day, time and strike brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Brass and cast metal gold finish case with remains of some gilding on the side pieces. Someone has added some color to the cast putti on the case sides. Original porcelain dial and all four beveled glass panels are fine. Original hands and pendulum. A cast arrow that was held by top statue is inside the bag with the key. Movement is signed. $300 - $500
355 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Reubens" Figure Clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement visible escapement) in a cast metal and enameled iron case.     The cast metal case retains some of the original Japanese bronze finish. The original metal dial shows some wear. The hands are original. The movement is signed. $300 - $400
356 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Standard Regulator", 8 day, weight brass movement wall timepiece.     Mahogany case in an old finish couple has a couple small dings on the base. Original paper dial in nice condition for its age has some small stains and light wear at six o'clock. Original hands and pendulum. $250 - $350
357 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Viceroy", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement with brilliant surround dial crystal regulator mantel clock.     A very nicely restored crystal regulator case. Original porcelain dial and the beveled glass panels are fine. Original pendulum. Very clean movement is signed. $300 - $500
358 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Viscount", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Gilt brass case in nice condition has much of it's gilding intact. Original porcelain dial and beveled glass panels are fine. Original hands and pendulum. Movement is signed. $350 - $450
359 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Zenith", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Brass and cast metal case has wear to the gilding in places. Original porcelain dial and beveled glass panels are fine. Original hands and pendulum. Gong is broken off it's support and will need repair. Movement is signed. $200 - $300
360 Asia, figural swinging mystery clock, 8 day, time only, spring driven reproduction movement in a cobalt blue sphere with applied Arabic numerals and ornate gold finished hands. Swinging arm hangs from a reproduction patinated brass female figure in classical dress standing on an integrated circular pedestal.     patina on figure's extended arm is partially lost and uneven. Small casting defects within the folds of the figure's clothing. Clock ticks and swings, but was not tested long term. $450 - $650
361 Austria, 3-weight "Vienna Regulator", grand sonnerie wall clock in a walnut and walnut veneer case.     the pulleys are modern replacements [better ones are available from Timesavers]; the dial has a large chip near 1 o'clock, poorly filled in; there are other cracks and spider webs in the dial. Bottom final and very top small trim are missing. A couple of dents in the brass pendulum. A chip at top of left hand column. The case finish overall is old / original. Small chip in top of beat scale; case stabilizers intact. Has a good matched set of hands. Good slide-mount movement. $350 - $550
362 Beach & Byington, Terryville, Conn., steeple clock with a double fusee 30 hour time, strike and alarm movement in a rosewood veneered case.     The rosewood case has an old finish. The original painted dial, in excellent condition, is signed "Beach & Byington, Terryville, Conn". The hour hand is original and the minute hand a replacement. The top door glass is original as is the painted tablet in the bottom of the door. Note the separate wheel on the fusee board for the alarm mechanism. The two finials have loss to their tops. The case interior has a beautiful green Beach & Byington label. This is a scarce clock and the first one we have offered for auction. $300 - $400
363 Bench-made Patent timepiece or "Banjo" Clock, with mahogany case, brass bezel opens to the roman numeral dial surmounted by a ball and eagle finial, gilded rope molded frames for the reverse-painted glasses, the lower depicting and inscribed "Hull" with central shield and eagle pendulum aperture, the waist glass with similar patriotic depiction of a Federal shield and eagle amidst decorative scroll work in gold, red, green and white, the whole resting on a carved and gilded pedestal at the base with acorn drop, eight day time-only movement with recoil escapement, lead weight and pendulum bob and iron rod.     Condition consistent with its modern date of manufacture, reverse-painted glasses discolored on the reverse to appear old, losses to gilding, particularly on pedestal, finial consistent with date of manufacture. $250 - $350
364 Bench-Made Shaker Timepiece with butter nut and pine flat top mortice and tenon case, zinc roman numeral painted dial, upper glazed door opens to the dial and barbed hands, lower door lenticle for pendulum viewing and hinged for access, eight day period "banjo" movement with step train, recoil escapement and lead weight.     No significant repairs or replacements, old wood to make the case, interior surfaces and backboard inside and out stained to appear old, lacking lower door key, movement appears recently cleaned and repaired. $250 - $350
365 Black Forest, wall clock, 30 hour, time and strike, weight driven wood plate movement in a wood case with ebonized trim, polychrome back painted glass dial featuring two men in 18th century miners’ uniforms, a foundry scene, and the words "Glück auf!" ("good luck") -- a greeting German miners used when wishing one another luck. The transferred design on the crest has related imagery including the crossed hammer and pick, a pan, shovel, and lantern. Below the dial on the case are the words "Gott mit uns" ("God with us") which was often used on Prussian heraldry as an expression of unity. On the bracket at the base of the clock is an eagle typical of the Prussian coat of arms.     upper and lower finials are missing. Time-side chain is present, but off the ratchet. Back of pendulum has been filled with modelling clay. Bracket design of eagle is very degraded. Brass mending plates have been added to the rear to support the crest and bracket. Right side of case is separating from the top of clock. Frame around glass dial is loose. Clock will need servicing. $300 - $500
366 Boston by Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., marine clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven balance wheel movement in a polished brass case resting on the original mahogany cradle.     brightly lacquered case has minor spotting but is otherwise is fine. The silvered dial and glass are good. Imported German movement ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $200 - $300
367 Boston Clock Co., Boston, Mass., 8 day, time and strike tandem-wind carriage clock with balance platform mounted vertically on the back plate.     tarnished brass case is in need of polishing. Original porcelain dial is fine. Blued steel hands are original, but have some spots of rust. Movement is signed on the patterned back plate and stamped with serial number "D144", Beveled glass panels are perfect. Movement winds, ticks, and strikes, but was not tested long term. $250 - $350
368 Boston Clock Co., Boston, Mass., mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike, tandem-wind movement in a black slate case with multicolor marble inserts, porcelain dial with aperture to view balance wheel escapement.     heavy stone case is in very nice condition. The two-color incised scrolls are original and bit faded. The dial is fine, as is the beveled glass. Back plate of movement and spring barrel are stamped "200". The movement ticks and stops. $200 - $300
369 Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn. (sold by Daniel Pratt & Sons), Four Column Sharp Gothic shelf clock with a (brass) spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case     The case has been refinished and shows some veneer loss in several locations. The two left finials show some loss at the top. The door keyhole shows some loss. The painted dial is original with very minor paint loss and some yellowing of the dial paint. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The label is in very good condition with a Daniel Pratt & Sons overpasted label. The top door glass is original. The acid etched lower glass is original. $250 - $350
370 Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., "Sharp Gothic" shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike fusee movement in a mahogany veneered case.     The case has been nicely refinished. The signed dial is original. The hands are replacements. The door glasses appear to be original with some restoration to the lower glass. The right finial tip shows some loss. There is a minor veneer repair to the lower left hand return. The label is very good. A very attractive clock. $250 - $350
371 Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement round gothic or beehive clock.     Mahogany veneered case in what looks to be a modern finish over an old and possibly original finish has some small chips on the bottom left side. Original painted wood dial has a partial hairline crack and some wear and stains. Replaced hands and tablet. Movement is signed and has original brass springs. $150 - $250
372 Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., BEEHIVE shelf clock, 8 day spring, time and gong strike, in a mahogany veneered case.     the wooden dial has some stains, and with some losses beyond numeral V, touched in with white paint. Hands original. The case has been refinished, rubbed and nicely polished to show the colorful mahogany grain. The etched & cut glass tablet is original, just thoroughly cleaned.. Nice label inside case. Overall a good example of an earlier beehive. $200 - $300
373 Butler & Henderson, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case has some remains of original finish. Both scroll ears have been repaired. Feet appear original, but the original skirt has damage and veneer repairs. Painted wood dial is a replacement. One finish is original finial, but two smaller ones are improper replacements. Original movement. Original tablet has scattered loss. Roman Butler & James F. Henderson from New Hartford, Conn., but marketed Conn. wood clocks in Nova Scotia with Samuel Terry as their major supplier. Their pillar & scroll clocks are scarce. $250 - $350
374 Candle stand timepiece, attributed to Samuel Botsford DBA Union Labor Company, 30 hour pendulette timepiece on tall white porcelain china stand, under old glass dome.     the minute hand is a replacement. Gilt brass dial surround has minor damage. Movement arbors are rusty, however it is running in spite of the rust. Pend disc is replaced. Otherwise complete and original with glass dome. $200 - $300
375 Chauncey Goodrich, Bristol, Conn. small Empire mahogany veneered case shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement.     The case is in very nice condition with very minor veneer loss. The signed original painted dial has loss along the top. The hands are original. The time spring is loose on the winding arbor and will need to be repaired. The interior label is very nice. The door glasses are original. A cute and scarce model. $225 - $300
376 Chauncey Goodrich, Forestville, Conn., miniature empire COLUMN AND CORNICE, 8 day [spring] time and gong strike     retains original tablets, however lower glass is nearly half flaked off. Center glass of white house is just starting to flake in center, but can be stabilized. The overall finish is original including crazed black on columns. The gilding on capitals was perhaps touched up long ago, however their is wear and some faults with what you see -- the flash makes it look very bright. Original dial and signature are excellent, also nice hands. Nice label inside case. $350 - $550
377 Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., "Union" model, 8 day, time and strike, spring fusee brass movement cottage clock.     Rosewood veneered case in original finish has minor loss on the base and a small crack near 11 o'clock. Original painted dial has some loss at the mounting screws and a scratch at 7 0'clock. Original hands and a clean label inside. Movement is signed. $250 - $350
378 Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, spring brass fusee movement flat front empire shelf clock.     Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has chips and loss on the base and top. A small veneer piece near the door knob is missing and at the door corners. Original signed painted dial has some small stains, but is in otherwise nice condition. Original table has scattered loss. Gong base and gong are missing. The strike side spring is missing. Hands may be replaced. Movement is signed. Nice card label inside. $350 - $450
379 Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., 8 day, weight driven, brass movement OG shelf timepiece (rare OG as a time only)     Mahogany veneered case has an old finish has some veneer repairs on the outer band. The OG molding is now black which is very unusual as OG moldings are always veneered. Someone may have taken off the original veneer or painted right over the veneer (difficult to tell?). Original tablet has loss in the center. Original dial has been repainted. Hour hand has been shortened. Dark label inside with the overpasted strip added to cover the 30 hour part of the label. This is a rare clock. with unusual movement, To see a "sister" clock, go to Chris Bailey's "Rags to Riches -- the Story of Chauncey Jerome", p 82 for details. $200 - $300
380 Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., Empire case shelf clock with a weight driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case.     The case has a beautiful crotch mahogany veneer. The finish is thin or gone in some areas. There are several areas of veneer loss on the base and the top. The painted dial (signed Chauncey Jerome) is in very nice condition with some professional restoration. The movement is signed. The hands are period and likely original. The upper and lower glasses are original. The lower glass is labelled "President's House" and shows Mount Vernon. $400 - $600
381 Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day fusee time and strike in a mahogany veneered case.     The case still retains some original finish and has no veneer loss. The signed painted dial is in good condition with paint loss at the mounting points. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The bezel glass is original. The case backboard has a vertical split. $250 - $350
382 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston Mass. for Jaccard Jewelry, Kansas City, "Babro #44" mantel clock, 8 day, time and house strike, jeweled balance wheel movement in a polished mahogany case with silvered dial and blued steel hands, movement serial number 125279. Chelsea only produced this line for 6 years, so this is not a common clock.     the solid wood case, silvered dial and beveled convex glass on this example all are in very good original condition. Small loses to black within some of the numbers on the dial. The jeweled movement ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $300 - $400
383 Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., 8 day, time and house strike spring brass lever movement desk clock. Serial No. 162806     Walnut case in an old and possibly original finish has some wear on the front edge of the cast metal corner ornaments. Original silvered dial has age darkened. Original hands. $200 - $300
384 China, bracket clock reproduction, 8 day, time and strike, double fusee with crown verge escapement center seconds in a rosewood case sitting on fretwork base, white enamel dial mounted on cast brass front plate, 20th century.     hairline cracks in enamel dial. Case is in good condition with interesting wax seal on top. Modern glass used throughout. Brass cables on fusees. Heavy brass movement will need to be reinstalled into the case. One of the movement mounting brackets is broken. Pendulum bob is from a modern German clock. Aluminum seconds hand. Movement ticks and strikes, but was not tested comprehensively. $300 - $500
385 China, bracket clock reproduction, 8 day, time and strike, double fusee, crown verge with center seconds in a rosewood case on fretwork base, white porcelain dial on patterned brass front plate, 20th century.     case has some small splits and blemishes. Small loss of wood on the upper right side has been patched. Front glass is absent and side glasses are loose. Fusee chains are present, but one has come off the winding barrel. Heavy brass movement will need to be serviced. $300 - $500
386 Chinese, reproduction skeleton clock, brass framed chain fusee movement with large wheels, recoil escapement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, pierced steel hands, on a wooden base with brass feet, and under a glass dome     there is an old-looking patina on the brass, the wood base and dome are fine, the clock ticks but was not tested long term. Measurements with dome. $300 - $500
387 Coe & Co., New York, 30 hour, spring driven, embossed brass front "Paris" model shelf timepiece with Samuel N. Botsford's patent lever escapement movement. These were also sold by Jerome Manufacturing Co., New Haven, Conn.,     Embossed brass front in nice condition has mellowed down to more of a bronze look. These timepieces are usually found with porcelain dial but this one has a paper dial that has been on the timepiece a long time and maybe original. Original hands. This timepiece is currently mounted on a modern round base rather than the painted oblong version. $300 - $400
388 Delcamp, a Paris, portico clock, the ebonized case with classical, gilt mounts, the top with a figure of a boy and his dog, acanthus ornamented bezel with Roman numeral, engine turned silvered dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day, time and strike pendule de Paris movement, fancy gridiron pendulum with swans and foliate decoration     top and bottom repainted, one column with minor veneer flakes at top, columns a bit loose, dial dirty, hands with minor oxidation, movement ticks and strikes, pendulum good $400 - $600
389 Dutch, Stoelklok, full size, time and bell strike wall clock, single weight, continuous chain drive, with restorations     the lead trim from the right side of the clock has broken away, included in plastic bag attached to movement. Weight is later and just a bit light to accomplish strike function The "stoehl" or case has been repainted to a dark green and the mermaids nicely repainted. Dial has been cleaned and paint touched up. Time/strike portion of movement is sound and complete, but very dirty; alarm mechanism is absent. $200 - $300
390 E. Ingraham & C;o. Bristol, Conn., "Ducat", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement shelf clock.     Oak case in original finish in overall nice condition. Original paper dial has scattered stains and has age darkened. Original hands, pendulum and tablet. $100 - $200
391 E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "? Drop", 8 day, time, strike and alarm spring brass movement wall clock. This premium model clock looks to be a variation on the "Amulet" mantel clock. There is a partial label that states this clock is manufactured exclusively for a company, but the name is difficult to read.     Refinished walnut case in very nice condition. Paper dial looks to be original and is in nice condition. Original hands and tablet. Mercury thermometer is broken. $150 - $250
392 E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Domino", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement black mantel clock.     Black enameled case in original finish has some wear on the sharp front top and base corners and general loss to the gilding in the incised decoration. Original black paper dial has some wear to the numbers at the winding arbors. Original hands, finials and pendulum. Remains of original label on the back. $150 - $250
393 E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Episode", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement mantel clock.     Walnut case in original finish has a small ding on top back edge. Original paper dial has age darkened. Original hands and pendulum. $100 - $200
394 E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Tontine", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement mantel clock.     Refinished walnut case has a small age crack at the upper right door corner. Original paper dial has age darkened with some surface wear and a poor repair at the number seven. Original hands and pendulum. $100 - $200
395 E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville Conn., "Eclipse", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement wall clock. This clock was made for the "American Wringer Co." to be sold as a premium for buying their products.     Pressed oak in original finish in nice condition. Original paper dial has age darkened with some wear and abrasion at the winding arbors. Replaced hands. Original pendulum and tablet. $200 - $300
396 E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn. miniature steeple shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and alarm movement in a mahogany veneered case.     This clock is in near perfect condition with two minor exceptions ... a small veneer chip on the left side and small paint loss near the numeral VI. The case retains its original finish. The original painted dial is in very good condition with the exception noted. The hands are original. The interior case label is pristine. The door glasses are original with the lower glass (Nelson Monument in Trafalgar Square in London) in perfect original condition. $150 - $250
397 E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "Eclipse", 8 day, time, strike and alarm spring brass movement wall clock.     Walnut case in original finish in very nice condition. Original painted dial in nice condition for its age. Original hands, tablet and Welch pendulum. Label on the back reads that this model was manufactured exclusively for the Metropolitan Manufacturing Co., New York. $200 - $300
398 E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "No. 3 Cabinet", 8 day, time and strike, spring "Patti"-style brass movement mantel clock.     Mahogany case in original finish with some of the gilding remaining on the incised lines. A small piece of grooved wood like that on the bottom center is missing just below the molded top. Original porcelain dial has a small hairline crack at the time side winding arbor. Original hands. Remains of original label on the back. $250 - $350
399 E. O. Goodwin, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement miniature shelf clock.     Refinished rosewood veneered case in nice condition. Gilt corner columns have some surface wear. Original painted dial has inpainted areas to repair loss and some loss at the mounting screws and at the winding arbors. Original top glass has some scattered loss to the corner spandrels. Bottom tablet is a possible replacement. Fairly clean label inside. $200 - $300
400 E. Terry & Sons, Plymouth, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in original finish has some loss at the cross strip and slight damage on a tip on the skirt. Original scrolls and feet. Original Chinese scene tablet is cracked. Original painted dial has scattered loss and is very dirty. Key escutcheon is missing. Original hands, finials and movement. Clean label inside. With a bit of attention and dial cleaning and repairs, this would be a fairly nice example. $300 - $400
401 Eastman Clock Co., Boston, Mass. 8 day, weight brass movement patent or banjo timepiece.     Mahogany case in an old and possibly original finish. Original glasses have some minor repair. Sidearms have some surface tarnish. Original dial paint looks to be original. There is a repair on the bottom of the case most likely from damage from a broken weight. Minute hand is a later replacement. Movement is signed. Eastman Clock Co. later became Chelsea Clock Co. $450 - $650
402 Elisha Manross, Bristol, Conn. steeple on frame shelf clock with an 8 day fusee time and strike Ives-style rivited strap brass movement in a rosewood veneered case.     The case retains some original finish and has no veneer loss. The 4 finials all retain fairly sharp points. The painted dial is original but has a later curved cut out between XII and I, apparently to view the escape wheel. The hands are period, the hour hand original, the minute hand not but close. The upper door glasses are both original with the lower glass tablet showing a colorful design within a green border. The lower glass is original with another colorful design within a green border. The interior Manross label is in good condition. $400 - $500
403 England, 3 spire Gothic frame, single chain fusee brass skeleton clock, with eight day, passing hour single bell strike, fretted roman numeral dial, all on a marble stand and wooden pedestal, lacking a dome.     the fretted dial is white painted, and with black painted Roman Numerals. This clock would have been converted from a fusee pub clock around 1900, using a kit available at the time, and retains original pub clock hands. Height shown is overall including base. $400 - $600
404 England, 3 spire Gothic frame, single fusee skeleton clock, with a silvered fretted dial, passing strike [single bell on the hour], no dome, mounted to a rectangular wooden base.     this is an old conversion, taking the movement from a well made English dial clock and planting it into a skeleton frame available in kit form in the years around 1900. The chain has been replaced with cable. $300 - $500
405 England, 8 day, spring brass fusee movement gallery timepiece.     Mahogany case in nice condition in an old finish has small damage to the beading on the bottom access door. Original painted dial has generalized lifting of the paint across the surface and a couple flakes. Original hands. A very nice chain drive fusee movement. $250 - $350
406 England, gallery wall clock, 8 day, time only, spring driven movement with fusee in an oak case with painted metal dial     the case retains its original finish. The hinge on the bezel is sloppy. The hands are oxidized and the dial has yellowed and is stained around the perimeter. $300 - $400
407 England, late 19th Century, passing strike skeleton clock, in a fretted brass scroll frame, no dome.     the dial feet are simply press fit into frame and are loose. Dial numerals are painted only, not engraved. This clock would have been converted from a chain fusee pub clock to a skeleton from a kit available at the time. Original chain is intact, and clock ticks robustly. Height shown is to top of bell retaining spire. $400 - $600
408 England, signed Smith, Clerkenwell, c1890 chain fusee pub movement, now in a modern skeletonized frame representing Brighton Pavilion, the frame appearing to have been cut on an EDM wire machine, and then polished by hand. The silvered dial is nicely fretted and the Roman Numerals are sharply engraved and black filled. The frame surmounted by a bell that is struck once on the passing of each hour. Covered by a round glass dome and mounted on a turned walnut base.     this clock is generally clean and is running robustly. Some file marks remain within the fretted areas that could be polished out, but overall the woman did a good job of finished the frames. Original chain is intact. $500 - $700
409 England, single fusee skeleton clock, in a well finished scroll frame, and with scalloped dial of silvered brass, nice small size, height of frame only approx. 8"     the chain has been replaced with cable. Train wheels are 4 spoke, hour reduction wheel very fine with 5 spokes. With nice knurled retainer nut to hold pendulum to frame for transport. $500 - $750
410 European (Continental), small bracket clock, late 18th century, with fusee / crown wheel / pivoted pendulum movement, and engraved brass dial, in a primitive bell top case of English appearance, with slide-up back and with restorations. Approx 3 day duration (6 rounded channels in fusee) .     gut is worn and needs replacing, but was strong enough for a little wind and to show that the movement is running. Movement is held to a seat board via screws through bottom pillars, and that board is held in case with a single wood screw at bottom. Although case is quite old, it is probably not the original for this movement. Well engraved brass dial needs silvering. Object left side molding needs re-gluing. Still an attractive adaptation of a well made movement that will appeal to those attracted to mechanics. Movement plates measure 3 x 3.5in. $250 - $350
411 F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Angel Swing No. 1" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day timepiece movement in a walnut case.     The movement blocks have been adjusted. The top molding and finials may be replaced. The original paper dial is in nice condition. $300 - $400
412 F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Brass Owl ", 30 hour, time and alarm, spring driven brass movement in a brass casting of an owl with glass eyes.     bell is absent. Movement will need attention. Rear supports are a bit flimsy. $200 - $300
413 F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Cabinet No. 58", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement shelf clock.     Walnut case has carved flowers in nice condition in original finish. Original paper dial is stained with some surface abrasion. Original hands. Nice set of reproduction finials. $200 - $300
414 F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "China K457" 3 piece mantel garniture, clock and matching ewers, 30 hour, time only, spring driven lever escapement mounted on green porcelain with floral motif supported and topped by cast spelter parts with finish simulating old bronze with verdigris.     a rare set with signs of repairs to bases just below porcelain on both ewers. Fracture at the top of one ewer handle. Movement winds and sets, but is not ticking. $200 - $300
415 F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Eight Day Rambler" wall hanging clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in a walnut case with cathedral gong, 5 inch paper dial, and single barrel pendulum.     the case is in excellent condition. The front portion has been refinished . The paper dial has some very dark spots. The hands and glass are original and the pendulum is correct. There is a good but dark label on the case back. $250 - $350
416 F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Grandfather" novelty clock with a spring driven 30 hour timepiece movement with a sweep second hand and a quarter second hand in a nickel plated case.     The paper dial is in very good condition with slight foxing. The hands are original. The beveled glass has a small chip at 4 o'clock. The case shows some wear and has several dents. $200 - $300
417 F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Ivory No. 2", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement enameled iron mantel clock.     Cast iron case has been nicely restored. Original paper dial has age darkened. Original hands. $150 - $250
418 F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Jamestown", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement shelf clock.     Ebonized wood case has some wear to the gilt incised lines and decoration. The door has a shrinkage crack. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands, cut glass pendulum and tablet. Clean label on the back. $100 - $200
419 F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Langtry" parlor clock, 8 day, time and strike with alarm, spring driven with walnut case, paper dial, and fancy regulating pendulum.     case has its original finish and very dark build-up is worn in places. Original paper dial is stained and a bit worn, but still legible. Correct hands, glass, and pendulum. Linkage to alarm mechanism is absent. Movement ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $200 - $300
420 F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Lisbon with Figure", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement mantel clock.     Nicely restored cast iron enameled case. Paper dial is a later replacement. Hands look to be original. $150 - $250
421 F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Mountain Boy", 30 hour, time and alarm, spring driven brass movement in a walnut case resembling a cottage or barn with bisque figure of a boy urging the owner to rise.     the cottage is slightly different that that shown in Ly's book on Kroeber, but the boy figure is clearly the same. Movement will need attention. $200 - $300
422 F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Oregon", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement shelf clock.     Refinished walnut case in nice condition. Original paper dial has general wear and surface abrasion. Original hands, pendulum and tablet. Dark label on the back. $150 - $250
423 F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Pampadour", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement enameled iron case mantel clock.     Cast iron case has been nicely restored. Original hands. The arm is missing part of the thumb and was broken off and repaired. Dark label on the bottom $200 - $300
424 Forestville Mfg. Co., Bristol, Conn., DOUBLE OGEE, 2-weight shelf clock in mahogany, 8 day     Chris and I spoke about the architectural top, and agree that although uncommon, it is the same age as the clock; it is not the first such top that Chris has seen. The sharp Gothic look was popular at the time; could be removed if you dislike it.. The signed wooden dial is all original with good signature. Interior Forestville label is excellent and complete. Mahogany veneer is in excellent condition with original finish. A modern metal hanger has been added to the top rear of the case. $300 - $500
425 France, 3 piece mantel garniture set, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement, Art Deco case of polychrome pink marble with dark marble accents, applied metal ornaments, white enamel dial, and pair of matching tazze. Brass Pendule de Paris movement is signed "FC".     very small edge chip on case that are very hard to see. Retailer name printed on dial is indistinct. Convex beveled glass is fine. Hands are mismatched. Movement ticks and strikes but was not tested long term. $300 - $400
427 France, a gilt and patinated bronze figural mantel clock, the case in red patina, and with gilt, foliate ornament, the top with green patinated rustic landscape and gilt figures, the male figure seated on a stump, and with sketch pad or canvas, the female standing at his shoulder and admiring the work, Roman numeral white dial signed "Planchon a Paris", blued steel hands, 8 day pendule de Paris movement with silk thread suspension, signed "Pons"     case good with minor wear to gilding and patination, male figure missing his brush or pen, dial incorrectly restored, hands replaced, ticks and strikes $300 - $500
428 France, after Farcot, swinging doll clock, 8 days, time and strike, spring driven, visible movement, chaff-cutter escapement with two escape wheels in an alabaster case with white enamel chapter ring with Roman numerals.     edge and corner chips to case. Putto has an old patina. The porcelain dial has hairlines; There never was a bezel or front glass, so it was originally under a glass dome. The movement is stamped with serial number 52797 and "Chappelment Brevet " as well as a trademark featuring a bird with arrows. Movement runs but was not tested long term. $500 - $650
429 France, figural brass mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike on a pierced base with two short pillars supporting winged griffon figures in profile flanking a central cylinder holding an ornate brass dial with blued steel hands and white enameled cartouche numerals in blue, surmounted by a decorative urn. The pendule de Paris movement with partially exposed pendulum is stamped "CHLES MT".     heavy brass cast is dusty but in very good condition Enameled numerals are fine. There is a deep scratch in the beveled glass. Movement ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $300 - $400
430 France, Figural Mantel Clock with Electric Movement, patinated Belgian slate case with brass and spelter figure and decoration, a seated young lady holding grapes and feeding a large raptor perched on top of the black and gold dial with roman numerals and gilt spade hands, the lower section of the case with classical puti facade centering on a goddess profile, all on feet of claw and ball feet and central bracket, the movement now with antiquated electric movement.     Original round French movement now replaced with an electric movement. Movement should be checked before plugging into a wall socket. Case needs cleaning. $100 - $150
431 France, for Frank Herschede, Cincinnati, an 8 day, two train carriage clock with champleve enamel ormnament, polished brass Corniche case with enamel accented corners and handle, Arabic numeral white enamel dial with floral featoons, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day, time and strike movement with lever platform, counting the hours on a gong     case good, enamel with minor losses, front glass with minor chip, upper right, left side glass with a few minor flakes, mmovement ticks and strikes, platform and top glass saturated with lubricant, low balance amplitude, needs service $300 - $500
432 France, for Hall & Co., Manchester, an engraved carriage timepiece for the English market, the glazed, gilt Corniche case with foliate ornament, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day movement with lever platform, the back plate marked "B" within a circle     case very good, with minor spotting and losses to gilding, door pull replaced, rear glass with chip at upper right, dial and hands good, movement with minor staining, running $400 - $500
433 France, Green Onyx Figural Clock, with cream colored arabic numeral dial set within a brass bezel with beveled glass, patinated spelter young lady figure titled "Doux Retour" or Sweet Return celebrating the annual rite of spring with the figure holding a garland of flowers with a perched bird standing above the dial, green onyx multi-part case on cast and gilt classical feet, round eight day French time and strike, spring powered movement with coiled gong for hour strike and pendulum.     Floral garland needs proper re-attachment, glue residue remains. Onyx case needs a thorough cleaning as it has been in a smoker's house for generations. Figural patination could be cleaned, some remaining gilding on pedestal could be brightened a bit. Movement needs thorough overhaul. $150 - $350
434 France, imported by Harris & Harrington, New York, marked "H&H", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Brass case has some traces of original gilding. Original porcelain dial and all four beveled glass panels are fine. The front and rear door knobs are missing. Original pendulum. $200 - $300
435 France, Japy Freres, 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel with brilliant surround dial.     Nicely polished brass case that was most likely gilt originally in very nice condition. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands and pendulum. Beveled glass panels are fine. $200 - $300
436 France, Mantel Clock with porcelain roman numeral dial and decorative cast center, blued-steel hands, complicated classical-styled cast brass case with urn finial at the top flanked by griffins, a female goddess of the sun life mask surmounting the dial, four fluted columns supporting the whole and a leaf and scroll base with cross hatching and four scroll-leafed feet, round brass French eight day movement with rack hour striking on a gong and pendulum.     Movement over oiled and should be cleaned. Case can use a good dusting with a soft bristle brush. $250 - $450
437 France, mantel clock, 8 day, time only, sping-driven movement with a cylinder escapement in a mahogany case with brass inlay on ball feet supporting a box with drawer that opens to the side, topped with an octagonal head holding a white paper dial with Roman numerals and metal finial.     minute hand is off, trapped under the dial glass. One piece of string inlay is absent an the other will need to be secured. Glass has large crack. Feet are attached with modern screws. Movement ticks briskly when wound, but was not tested long term. $200 - $300
438 France, morbier baker's wall clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement with music on demand by pull repeat in an ebonized wood case with painted dial surround and raided cabochon numerals on a glass dial signed "LEMAN"     the frame retains its original ebonized surface with several repairs. The dial has several cracks and repairs. The glass over the dial is absent. Music box is operational. $200 - $300
439 France, three-piece figural mantel clock with garniture, green onyx base on cast rococo feet supporting clock with porcelain dial set within an ornate tapered column, surmounted by a cast spelter female figure with delicate wings. The movement is an 8 day spring driven time and strike pendule de Paris signed by Marti & Cie. Matching onyx and cast metal candelabra hold four candles each.     castings have been repainted. Figure is missing her right pinky finger. Element held in figure's hand appears incomplete. The veined onyx is in good condition but one sidepiece has a missing front corner. The porcelain dial with indistinct retailer name is fine as is the beveled glass and blued steel hands. Repairs to candelabra castings. Movement has pendulum but will need a suspension spring. Movement ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $300 - $400
440 France, Variegated Pink Marble Figural Clock Garniture, the clock with off-white arabic numeral dial within a brass bezel and beveled glass set within the marble case with scroll work dial surround, on raised feet and and plinth for the statue titled "La Cigale" a sculpture first presented by Sylvain Kinsburger, the patinated figure of a young maiden no doubt playing the 'Song of the Cicada' on her lute, eight-day spring powered, round French movement with count-wheel hour and half hour strike on a bell, together with two matching and imposing ewers with floral facades and carrying handles on raised pink marble bases with gilt feet.     Movement needs overhaul, all marble in good condition, gilt parts re-gilded. $300 - $400
441 George Hatch, North Attleborough, Massachusetts, wall regulator with grain-painted poplar case, turned wooden bezel over the unmarked zinc roman numeral dial, moon hands, half round moldings with black and gold decorative glasses, eight day brass weight-powered movement with iron weight, wooden pendulum rod and detachable brass bob (missing), wooden weight baffle with Hatch-type pendulum brass centering acorn.     Case refinished with most grain painted surface removed, lower glass is repainted, lacking a detachable pendulum bob, original iron weight, dial cleaned and relined. $400 - $600
442 Germany, "Berliner' open well wall clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in a walnut case with brass dial and matching embossed dial center and pendulum bob     the case retains its original finish. The upper right return molding needs to be reglued and the crest has been repaired. There are several small splits in the door in the perimeter around the dial. There is a dent in the bezel hidden by the door near 7. $200 - $300
443 Germany, 400 day or anniversary clock, spring driven, torsion pendulum movement with disc pendulum in a polished brass case with cream porcelain dial under glass dome.     brass base has a dark patina. Some tarnish on the polished movement plates and pendulum disc. Hand and dial are fine, as is glass dome. Suspension spring is intact, but the clock was not tested long term. $250 - $350
444 Germany, a very decorative picture frame clock, the deeply molded, gilt frame with applied floral and foliate ornament, with a good oil painting on zinc, depicting a large castle on a cliff overlooking a lake, surrounded by a verdant landscape, and signed at lower right, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel trefoil hands, 30- 60 hour brass, spring driven time and strike movement with silk thread suspension     door frame with losses and tarnish, inner frame with splits at corners and minor losses, painting with dirt and minor losses, dial with hairline and minor flakes, hands with oxide, movement dirty, ticks and strikes, needs service, pendulum missing $200 - $300
445 Germany, Eureka style, battery powered, electro-magnetic timepiece mounted on brass base with a large exposed rotating balance.     This example is in as found condition. The base is tarnished with some corrosion at the base screws Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands. Dome is missing. Balance spring has some slight surface rust at the mounting pin. For reference please see the thorough examination of these German Eureka's detailed on pages of 38- 44 of F.G. Alan Shenton's "The Eureka Clock". $250 - $350
446 Germany, Junghans, elephant figure, swinging arm novelty clock, patinated figure on a molded wooden base, 8 day.     other than some dirt and oxidation to the arm, this clock is in very good original condition. Ticks and stops $200 - $300
447 Germany, Junghans, maid figure, swinging arm novelty clock, spelter figured on a turned hard wood base, as-found     movement ticks and stops but needs cleaning; set stem is absent from rear (available Timesavers): base is a bit loose to figure. Clock arm is dirty and discolored. Female with bow in her hair and large bustle at waist is uncommon. Runs for while and stops. $250 - $350
448 Germany, Kienzle, 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement Westminster chime mantel clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered inlayed case in original finish has some dings and scratches from normal handling. Original silvered dial is nice for its age with some slight tarnish. Original hands. Beveled door glass has a small chip at the lower right corner. $150 - $250
449 Germany, Kienzle, 8 day, time and strike, spring brass Westminster chime movement mantle clock.     Mahogany case in nice condition in original finish has some minor wear on the edges of the feet the top case corners. Original brass and silvered dial has some tarnish on the chapter ring and loss of paint on the engraved numbers. Original hands. Movement is signed. $200 - $300
450 Germany, small 8 day, weight brass movement Vienna wall timepiece.     Walnut and walnut veneered case in original finish has some repairs and minor damage on the top corner of the door. Turned round rosettes on the door and center blocks look to be replaced. Tip is broken off the bottom finial and the two bottom door finials. Original porcelain dial has a hairline crack at 1 0'clock. Original hands. The bottom cap to the weight is missing. $150 - $250
451 Gerson Wintermantel & Cie., Triberg, Germany, 400 day anniversary clock, spring driven, torsion pendulum movement with disc pendulum in a polished brass case with white enamel dial under dome.     tarnished brass base. Lightly tarnished movement and pendulum. The enamel dial is fine. Original maroon velvet at the top of base is present, but slightly worn. Suspension spring is present and looks to be in good condition, but the clock was not tested long term. $300 - $500
452 Gilt Brass Cartel Wall Clock with 7.5 inch porcelain roman numeral dial marked "Tiffany" and "France", pierced gilt hands all set in a cast brass fluted case with overflowing cornucopias of flowers and fruit at the sides and a mythological god of plenty mask at the bottom, eight-day French spring powered movement with lever platform escapement and bell strike.     Probably some sort of hanger once was at the top of the case, movement runs, case need a cleaning, lacking a winding key. $500 - $700
453 Horolovar Co.,New York, New York, Charles Terwilliger, reproduction "Hickory Dickory Dock" novelty wall clock, 8 day, time and strike with bell on the hour and mouse running hour track to indicate time     the clock is in excellent original condition with original label on rear. $200 - $300
454 Howard & Davis, Boston, Massachusetts Wall Regulator (No. 5 size), the cherry case with turned wooden bezel over the roman numeral zinc and printed paper dial signed "Howard & Davis/Boston", half round frames holding the black and gold glasses, the lower rectangular box glass with oval pendulum aperture, eight day time- only brass, weight powered movement with recoil escapement, regulated by a wooden pendulum rod and brass faced bob with blued-steel moon hands.     Case refinished, lower glass repainted, lacking iron weight, weight baffle replaced, lacking dial door glass, touch-up at screw attachment areas, pendulum rod requires repair. $400 - $600
455 Irving Miller & Co., France, three-piece figural mantel clock with garniture, red and grey marble base on cast bell-shaped feet supporting clock with polychrome enamel dial, flanked by acanthus ornaments and surmounted by a cast spelter female figure depicting youth titled "Jeunesse". The movement is an 8 day spring driven time and strike pendule de Paris. Matching marble and cast metal vases with lids.     base pieces have been reglued and show some residue. Dial is chipped around rating arbor. The marble and statue are dusty. Small piece of marble missing from the back left corner. Small chips in the gold paint on the feet. Pendulum is absent. Movement ticks and strikes but was not tested long term. $300 - $400
456 Italian, dial or shield clock, painted iron roman numeral dial, front hung cow's tail pendulum (lacking bob), one day duration posted iron frame movement with crown wheel and verge escapement, countwheel bell strike, rope drive.     this clock came to us as-found from the early collection of Dr. Hugh Grant Rowell. There is a lot of surface rust on the movement, no drive rope, small disc for pendulum is absent. There is paint loss and rust on thin iron dial, about 70% remains visible. Hour hand is original, minute hand a crude replacement. However it is a 17th Century clock, over 350 years old, and should appeal to the European horologist. $400 - $600
457 Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., Ithaca, New York, "No. 7 Hanging Cottage", 30 day, double wind spring brass movement double dial calendar clock.     Walnut case has some remains of original finish. Paper time dial has some discoloration and light stains. Calendar dial has some discoloration as well and light stains. Calendar rollers have age darkened. Movement is signed. Original hands. $400 - $500
458 Ithaca Calendar Clock Co., Ithaca, New York, "No. 8 Shelf Library" double dial calendar clock with a spring driven, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement in a walnut case.     The case is missing the top decorative frets and the top finial is replaced. The case retains its original finish. The hands are period. The dials have been repainted and the time dial is flaking. The movement is signed "E. N. Welch- Manufactured for the Ithaca Calendar Clock Co". $250 - $350
459 Ithaca Clock Co., Ithaca, New York, "3 1/2 Parlor" Calendar Clock with black and silvered roman numeral dial, tri-foil hands, lower clear glass reveals the glass calendar dial marked "H. B. Horton's Patents...Ithaca Calendar Clock Co./Ithaca, N.Y." with the perimeter in arabic numerals for the day of the month, black rolls with silver days and months set behind with calendar mechanism, eight day time and strike E. N, Welch movement striking on a silvered bell mounted below the movement, walnut case with ebonized composite carving on crest and spandrels, full free-standing columns flank the time dial and bezel, all on a two-stage molded base.     Case in old, probably original finish, original crest, side and spandrel carving, lacking clear glass in bezel over the time dial, losses and discoloration on time dial, original Ithaca pendulum and glass bob marked "ICCCo" and lower calendar hand off the clock but with the lot, upper portion of backboard with the lot, losses to black month roll, lacking the lower section, time and calendar movements in need of complete restoration. $600 - $800
460 Jerome & Co. (New Haven Clock Co.), New Haven, Conn., "Register", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement double dial calendar clock.     Walnut case in an old finish in nice condition. Time dial has age darkened a little with some minor stains. Clean calendar dial. Original hands. The small button on the bottom bracket is a well made replacement. Clean label inside. $350 - $450
461 Jerome's & Darrow, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement carved column and Jester top shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish has some veneer loss on the base, a broken tip on the left scroll of the jester splat and a poor repair to the right scroll. Period painted dial has turned yellow from a later application of shellac or varnish. This painted dial is probably a period replacement as the period hands are for a dial with the chapter ring inside the chapter. Someone has gouged out an area on the movement front to allow the pendulum to swing. The clock now has a gong rather than a bell. Original painted tablet has scattered loss and some inpainting. Two repro pineapple finials. Clean label inside. Original twist columns and feet. This is a scarce Jerome model worthy of restoration. $250 - $350
462 Loheide MFG. Co., St. Louis, Mo., "Automatic Sales Machine" clock and trade stimulator (often called a gambling clock). 8 day, time and token dispenser, spring driven in a black enameled wood case. The clock has a coin slot at the top. When a nickel was deposited, it triggered the strike train of the clock which drives a token dispensing system. A modified countwheel will dispense one, two, and on rare occasion, three tokens in the tray mounted to the side of the clock. Tokens were then exchanged for small items at the retail location.     balance wheel train of the movement will need attention. The token dispenser works well and comes with two tokens of the right type. Paper dial is stained. Black enamel case has small scratches and losses. Original sign that was mounted to the top is absent. Brass coin tray is inside the clock. $400 - $600
463 Lux Manufacturing Company, Waterbury, Conn., "Town Hall" wall clock, 30 hour, time and strike, weight driven movement, architectural case in the form of a public building with bell tower, Roman numeral dial, scroll form weights, book and gavel pendulum.     very nice overall condition. Minor losses to paint on front of clock. Correct weights and pendulum. Nice rear label. Movement ticks and strikes when the chains are pulled manually, but it was not wall tested. $400 - $600
464 Mark Leavenworth & Son, Waterbury, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement in short carved column & splat shelf clock case.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case with remains of original finish has minor loss on the base, a chip and small veneer repair. Original painted dial has some wear and some minor loss in the center area. Original hands and proper Leavenworth movement. Original tablet is worn and cracked. One toe is missing on the right foot. Slightly darkened label inside. $300 - $400
465 Mark Leavenworth, Waterbury, Conn. 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish. Door has been re-veneered Feet and skirt look replaced. Replaced tablet of poor quality. Dial is not original and has been altered to fit the movement which is original. Period hands. Original scrolls. Original hinges have been replaced with modern examples. Center final is a replacement. Nice pair of small period Terry type finials. $300 - $400
466 Marti & Cie, Paris, mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement with visible Brocot escapement in an incised black slate case with red marble insets and molding, engraved sunk dial with black slate chapter ring with Roman numerals.     the case has very few discernible chips along the edges. Black slate has started to show some cloudy patches. Red pallet jewels in escapement of signed Marti movement. Thick beveled glass is fine. Hands are original. The clock ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. $250 - $350
467 New Hampshire style mirror wall clock with 8 day, time only, weight driven, brass movement in a mahogany case with reverse painted tablet and mirror.     this timepiece is made up of old and new parts. The main case is period, but has strips of wood added to increase the depth. The front door looks period and the mirror is period. The dial glass was painted by Tom Moberg. The movement, pulley, hands and pendulum are modern. It has a period iron dial which works with this movement, although there is an extra hole near 11 o'clock indicating it was originally on an alarm movement. The dial has a later signature of Wm. Cummens, Roxbury (Mass.) . $200 - $300
468 New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Elfrida" hanging clock with a spring driven 30 day timepiece movement in an oak case.     The case has lost its finish and is now quite dirty. The case top board is slightly warped. A number of the case pieces need to be reglued. The original painted dial is in good condition with some loss at the center arbor and the seconds bit. The hands are original. The movement is signed and has two stamped patent dates, one of them an English patent. $300 - $400
469 New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Gas Lamp" shelf clock, milk glass arabic numeral dial with small pin pallet, 1 day rear wind movement all on an easel frame.     this small novelty came to us from the collection of Dr. Hugh Grant Rowell, and is in excellent original condition. Ticks and stops, needs service. $150 - $250
470 New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Saturn", 8 day, spring brass movement wall timepiece.     Oak case in original worn and decayed finish has some paint in a couple small areas on the case likely from someone painting around the case in the past. Original paper dial is fairly clean for its age has some stains and surface abrasion. Original hands and pendulum. Movement is signed. Dark label on the back. $250 - $350
471 New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Thoreau" crystal regulator, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in gilt metal case with four beveled glasses, porcelain dial with visible Brocot escapement.     both the sunk portion of dial and outer chapter ring have hairline cracks. Small chips around rating arbor. Beveled glasses are fine. Gilding has worn off of cast case parts exposing grey metal. Movement will need to be service. Hands and pendulum appear to be correct. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
472 Norris North, Torrington, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement column & splat shelf clock.     Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has a veneer repair on the door cross strip. Original painted dial is in nice condition with some minor wear at the the winding arbors Stenciling on the columns and splat looks to be original. Original tablet has some minor flaking. Original hands. Clean label inside has the 1820 census. $300 - $400
473 North Attleboro, Massachusetts "Banjo No. 5" Wall Clock with mahogany frames and tulip poplar carcass, roman numeral painted iron dial under a turned wooden bezel, half-round frames enclose black and gold glasses, eight day time only movement with recoil escapement, wooden pendulum rod, brass faced-bob and cast iron weight.     Case refinished, case sides probably grain-painted, numerals relined, dial cleaned, pendulum rod possibly an old replacement, original weight and hands, possibly the work of George Hatch or Horace Tifft. For additional information on these Attleboro clock makers, please see: Paul Foley, "Willard's Patent Timepieces", p. 263. $300 - $500
474 Patent Timepiece or "Banjo" Clock, Concord, Massachusetts, the mahogany veneered, gilded rope molded case with acorn finial over the zinc roman numeral dial, original reverse-painted glasses, the lower depicting "Aurora" on her festooned chariot driven by two winged horses set before a gleaming sunrise and framed within a geometric border, the waist glass flanked by brass side ornaments in gold, green and red frames gilt scroll work within a gilt border, below is a gilded pedestal with fluted acorn drop and eight balls, eight day brass movement with alternate train layout, cut-outs on front and back plates, and recoil escapement and regulated by a brass-faced lead backed pendulum bob and iron rod.     Replacement zinc dial, lacking weight, losses to period gilding, both reverse-painted glasses original, movement with no significant repairs of replacements, original hands, side ornaments and brass bezel, tie-down now gone, a 2.5in x .25in portion of bezel glass now gone, movement trapezoidal keystone cut out in the lower right corner, movement attached to the case with one screw through the back, "bat wing" pallet bridge and remains of "bat wing" tie down all point to a Concord origin. Chestnut secondary wood throughout the case including case back, sides and all blocking with heavy mahogany veneer is somewhat unusual but seen on Concord examples. $300 - $400
475 Poole Mfg. Co., Ithaca, New York, "Executive model" with "winged candlestick" bakelite battery case electric timepiece.     Good condition and retains dome. $200 - $300
476 Poole Mfg. Co., Ithaca, New York, "Salem Model", electric battery model mantel clock. Serial no. 13031.     Mahogany case in original finish has small surface scratches and a couple dings. Original silvered dial in very nice condition. Original hands. Original pendulum has a small ding on one side. Beveled glass panels are fine. $150 - $250
477 Prentiss Improvement Clock Co., calendar clock case and long duration movement only, no pendulum     Walnut case in nice condition in an original finish. Dial has been repainted. There is no pendulum or calendar mechanism. $200 - $300
478 Riley Whiting, Winchester, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock.     Mahogany veneer case with an old and possibly original finish has some small veneer loss on the base left side, top left side and the left chimney return. Chimney caps are damaged. Original painted dial in nice condition for its age. A very nice portrait tablet has some small scattered loss. Original stenciled columns and splat. Movement made by Riley Whiting. Period pineapple finials. Clean label inside. $300 - $400
479 Self Winding Clock Co., New York, "No.18", wall regulator in an oak case     case has an old finish has damage at the top left side of the crest and the center ball is missing. Painted dial is a replacement. The escape arbor is bent at the front plate. Original hands. Mounting posts on the movement are missing. Nickel plated pendulum. Bottom glass is missing. Case was supplied by Seth Thomas as it is identical to a Regulator No. 30. $200 - $300
480 Self Winding Clock Co., New York, "No.18", wall regulator in an oak case     Refinished oak case in nice condition Original painted dial is very clean. Original hands. Movement is clean. Original supports for the dry cells are still in the case. We did not attached batteries or test the movement, but it looks complete and in good condition. The case was supplied by Seth Thomas as it is identical to a Regulator no. 30. $300 - $400
481 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Plymouth Hollow, Conn., half column and carved eagle splat shelf clock with a weight driven, 8 day, time and strike wooden works clock in a mahogany veneered case.     The case has been refinished and shows no losses with the exception of several toes on the right foot. The original painted dial is in good condition with some fading of the chapter ring. The hands are original. The 8 day weights are old but are replacements. The lower door tablet has been repainted on old glass. The hour hand needs some work to fasten it to the hour post. $300 - $450
482 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Plymouth Hollow, Conn., outstanding "LARGE MAHOGANY SHELL COLUMN", or column and cornice shelf clock, 2-weight, 8 day.     around 15 years ago, a clock this nice would have garnered 600 dollars. Considering its age, the clock is very nice. Retains super Fenn tablets, center with lion and unicorn supporting a crown, the lower with a hummingbird and flowers. The full label is very good with a center split following a dry split in the back-board. Original dial paint is completely un-touched. Veneer is excellent. If you want one example of this model, this is the ONE. $200 - $300
483 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Chime Clock No. 1" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and 4 Bell Sonora strike movement in an adamantine mahogany finished case.     The adamantine case finish is in very good condition with some minor loss on the edges. The porcelain dial has one hairline and is chipped around the strike arbor. The hands are original. The movement is stamped 89M and the striking unit is stamped 90. $300 - $400
484 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Chime Clock No. 11" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and 5 Bell Sonora strike movement in a mahogany case.     The case has a nice original finish. The silvered dial has a fair degree of oxidation. The hands are original. The movement is stamped 89O and the striking mechanism is stamped 90B. $300 - $400
485 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Chime Clock No. 4" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and 4 Bell Sonora strike movement in a rosewood adamantine finish.     The adamantine finish has minor loss in several areas along the edges. The porcelain dial has a faint hairline crack. The hands are original. The movement is stamped 89M and the striking mechanism is stamped 90. $300 - $400
486 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Chime Clock No. 55" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and 4 Bell Sonora strike movement in a mahogany case.     The case appears to have been nicely refinished. The silvered dial is in excellent condition. The hands are original. The beveled glass in the bezel shows no chips or cracks. The movement is stamped 89Z and the striking mechanism is stamped 90I. $300 - $400
487 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Chime Clock No. 64" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and 5 Bell Sonora strike movement in a mahogany case with decorative inlay.     The mahogany case retains its original finish with some minor scratches. The silvered dial is in good condition with some minor discoloration. The hands are original. The movement is stamped 89O and the striking mechanism is stamped 90B. $300 - $400
488 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Chime Clock No. 7" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and 4 Bell Sonora strike movement in a rosewood adamantine finished case.     The adamantine finished case is in excellent condition with one small area of loss at the top right return molding. The silvered dial is in very good condition with minor oxidation. The hands are original. The movement is stamped 89AF and the striking mechanism is stamped 90D. $300 - $400
489 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Chime Clock No. 70" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and Westminster strike movement (No. 113A) in a mahogany case..     The case has its original finish with a very few surface scratches. The brass and silver dial is in excellent condition. The hands are original. The clock strikes on 5 rods. $300 - $400
490 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Cupid Empire No. 24", 15 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Bronze finished case and figure in very nice condition. Movement case now polished down to its brass base. Original porcelain dial and beveled glass panels are fine. Original hour hand. Minute hand is a replacement. Movement is signed. $300 - $500
491 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Ding Dong Strike No. 1" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and ding dong strike movement in a rosewood adamantine finished case.     The adamantine finish is in near perfect condition. The dial is in excellent condition. The hands are original. The movement is stamped "90". $200 - $300
492 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Dixie" city series, 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement shelf clock.     Refinished oak in nice condition with some minor damage to veneer on the back of top. Original paper dial has areas of discoloration and some abrasion on the bottom edges. Original hands, pendulum and tablet. $100 - $200
493 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Empire No. 18", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Cast metal case has remains of original gilding and other areas that are worn down to copper base. Original porcelain dial is perfect . All the beveled glass panels are fine. Original hands and pendulum. Movement is signed. $150 - $250
494 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Empire No. 65 Extra", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Polished brass case has a verde antique top and base and glass rather than fluted metal columns in very nice condition. Original porcelain dial and the beveled glass panels are fine. Movement is signed. This clock has a mercury pendulum that is a replacement as American crystal regulators used a faux mercury pendulum. $300 - $500
495 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Merrimac" ship's clock, 30 hour, time and ship's bell strike in brass case with radial handles resembling a ship's wheel mounted to pine board to facilitate wall hanging, 5 inch silvered dial.     original finish with brown spots on brass case, probably the lacquer. Silver plate 5" dial has very slight tarnishing. Movement ticks and strikes but was not tested long term. Height of mounting board is 11 inches. $300 - $400
496 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Office No. 14", 30 day, spring brass movement gallery timepiece.     Oak case in nice condition in an old finish has some slight damage on the top back edge of the case. Original painted dial in nice condition has some slight wear to some of the numbers. Original hands. $200 - $300
497 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 2" wall hanging clock with a weight driven, 8 day time piece movement in a mahogany case.     The case retains an original finish which has darkened. The movement is the standard rectangular movement with maintaining power. The original painted dial is in very good condition. The hands are original. The lower door glass may be replaced. $500 - $700
498 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Panama" model wall clock in oak, 8 day time and gong strike     although the dial has been professionally restored, the balance of the clock is in excellent original condition, with beautiful golden oak color + nickeled pendulum (damascened) and reflector rings. Has original brass beat scale and an excellent blue & silver label inside base of clock.. You will not find a nicer oak Panama. $350 - $550
499 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Princeton", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement city series shelf clock.     Refinished walnut case has split and some scratches on the base. Paper dial is a replacement. Original hands, pendulum and tablet. $100 - $200
500 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 2" in an oak case with veneered dial bezel over the 12-inch dial with seconds and marked "Seth Thomas", the lower glazed section for access to weight and pendulum locks with the winding key, three-part pedestal below, eight day brass time only movement with dead beat escapement, maintaining power, lantern pinions, mounted to an iron frame attached to backboard, cylindrical brass weight and pendulum with flat painted wooden rod and decorated brass-faced bob.     Dial cleaned and relined, original case finish in nice condition, original lacquer on weight, original printed label in the base of the clock is still readable, but discolored. $600 - $800
501 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 2" wall clock, oak, with turned bezel over the painted zinc arabic numeral dial marked "Seth Thomas" and "Made in the United States of America", the lower glazed door unlocks with the winding key, pendulum, beat scale, cylindrical brass weight and remnants of original printed label in the base, eight day brass time only movement with dead beat escapement, maintaining power and lantern pinions all mounted to an iron frame attached to the backboard.     Dial cleaned and relined, case finish cleaned, label in case bottom with losses and discoloration $600 - $800
502 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 2" wall hanging clock with a weight driven, 8 day timepiece movement (77A, maintaining power) in an oak case.     The case retains its original finish. The original painted dial has loss only at the mounting holes. The hands are original. The bottom door glass has been out but may still be original. A very clean clock. $500 - $700
503 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 2", 8 day, weight brass movement wall timepiece.     Oak and oak veneered case in an old finish has a small spot damage to the finish on the bottom right corner of the door. Original painted dial has some loss in the center, at the winding arbor and the mounting screws. The numbers have grown lighter with age. Original hands, pendulum and weight. $500 - $700
504 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Regulator No. 2", 8 day, weight brass movement wall timepiece.     Oak case in nice condition in original finish. There is some paint on the back edge of the case from someone painting around the clock when it was hanging on the wall. Original painted dial has some minor loss at the mounting screws and the seconds hand. There is an unexplained hole in the dial near the winding arbor. Original hands and pendulum. Weight is a replacement. Clean label inside. $400 - $600
505 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "World" long drop octagon model, in walnut and with double spring 15 day timepiece movement.     this clock is overall in excellent original condition, with good factory finish intact, original dial with retailer's name (Spiridion & Son, Cardiff), proper and original hands, label, glasses and beat scale. $350 - $550
506 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "World" long drop octagon wall clock in rosewood, with double spring, 15 day movement with seconds bit below 12.     this is a one-family clock and belonged to a smoker so the original dial has turned a bit yellow. The clock is otherwise in excellent original condition with attractive rosewood veneer retaining nice finish, good original pendulum, beat scale, hands, and gilt counter framing around the door. Inside black and gold label has faded some, but still legible. A very nice example of the World. $300 - $400
507 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., 15 day, spring brass movement double dial calendar clock, larger custom or prototype model, with 11 inch dials..     Walnut case in nice condition in an old finish. A couple narrow strips of the backboard have been replaced. Original time dial has scattered paint loss. Original hands and pendulum. Calendar dial is properly painted replacement. Period calendar mechanism is proper. but from another clock, as the mounting is different than original.. Someone with some skill could adapt the calendar mounting to the case to make a nice and unusual calendar clock more correct. $700 - $900
508 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., 15 day, spring brass movement Watchman's Clock or a double dial calendar clock. An example of this case as a double dial calendar clock can be found in Calendar Clocks, by Tran Duy Ly, Pg. 267.     Oak case in original finish has the bottom bracket missing. Original painted dial in nice condition. Original hands and pendulum. The hardware that was mounted in the case for the recording the time is now missing. Bottom glass is cracked. $100 - $200
509 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., for Ingalls Shipbuilding Corporation, Pascagoula, MS., ship's clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven 11 jewel movement in metal case with black wrinkle finish, hinged phenolic bezel, and 5 inch dial with white hands and numerals.     signed dial is in good condition with a very small amount of wear around one winding arbor. Case is also in good condition. Signed movement is stamped 115-A and 3-44, the latter possibly a date code for 1944. The movement ticks and strikes, but was not test long term. $300 - $400
510 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., unidentified shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike lyre movement in a walnut case.     The case retains some original finish. The original painted dial is in very good condition with minor loss at the center arbor. The hands are period and may be original. The door glass is original. The movement and dial are signed. Pendulum is replaced. $250 - $400
511 Silas B. Terry, Terryville, Conn., miniature shelf clock with spring driven 30 hour ladder timepiece movement in a decorative paper covered case,     The decorated paper covered case is fairly intact with some paper loss on the top molding (often this model is found with all of this gone): The painted dial shows loss and is quite darkened The hands are missing. Both door glasses are original with the bottom glass design showing wear. The interior case label is on fair condition $150 - $250
512 Silas Hoadley, Plymouth, Conn., 30 hour, time and alarm miniature column & splat shelf clock.     Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in original finish has some veneer loss at the lock area. Key escutcheon is missing. Original stenciling on the columns and splat. Original painted dial has extra holes to mount the dial to the case. The alarm train is missing as is the alarm disc or hand. Tablet is period and the proper type, but the original putty has been removed. Original hour and minute hands. Dark label inside. No weights or pendulum. $250 - $350
513 Silas Hoadley, Plymouth, Conn., 30 hour, time and alarm miniature wood movement column and splat timepiece.     Mahogany veneered case in an original finish has a small veneer piece missing the base. Original dial has been nicely restored. Original stencils on the columns and splat. Head on the eagle splat is a replacement. This timepiece originally had paw feet now missing. From the holes in the chimneys it probably had pineapple finials. Alarm disc, hands, key escutcheon and pendulum are missing. Period mirror is a replacement. $200 - $300
514 Smith (Samuel B.) & Goodrich (Chauncey), Bristol, Conn. miniature empire shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day fusee timepiece movement in a rosewood veneered case.     The case retains some original finish with minor veneer loss on the lower left return. The original painted dial is signed, darkened with age and shows some loss on the left hand side. The hour hand is original. The minute hand is missing. The door glasses are original with loss of decorative paint on the dial glass while the lower glass is now clear. $200 - $300
515 Terry & Andrews, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement Sharp Gothic or steeple clock with brass springs.     Refinished mahogany veneered case has a small piece of veneer missing on the base, at top front and near the door escutcheon. The tips of the finials have small balls that are not original. Original painted dial is soiled with some scattered loss. Original tablet has some scattered loss as well. Original hands. Original Terry & Andrews pressed design pendulum bob. Fairly clean label with some loss inside. $150 - $250
516 Terryville Manufacturing Company, Terryville, Connecticut Candlestand Clock c. 1855, with 2 3/4-inch paper on zinc dial signed Terryville Mfg. Co., Terryville, Conn., thirty-hour timepiece with four arm balance wheel, hairspring, and regulator below the movement, back plate stamped, Terryville Manufacturing Company, Terryville, Conn., Patented October 5th, 1852, milk glass pedestal and glass dome     the paper dial has turned brown with age, but retains its brass bezel which is often missing on this model. Otherwise this is an outstanding example of this pre-civil war clock in excellent condition. $250 - $350
517 Unknown, 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement reproduction curly maple pillar & scroll shelf clock.     Nicely made example in curly maple. The dial looks to be a color image of an actual dial applied to a masonite panel. Repro copy of an Eli Terry, Jr. label inside. The case has a German made spring movement. $400 - $500
518 Unknown, Conn. 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock now with label of Orten, Preston & Co., Farmington, CT.     Refinished mahogany and mahogany veneered case has veneer repairs at the scrolls and the door. The feet and skirt are later replacements. The case has a proper movement and dial, but the backboard has the label of Orten, Preston & Co., but was fitted into this case from a later clock as that firm worked too late to make pillar & scroll clocks. Tablet and finials are proper style replacements. In spite of problems, it presents well. $200 - $300
519 Unsigned (these were sold by the American Clock Co., Waterbury Clock Co. and others) "John Bull' blinking eye cast iron clock with a cast iron case cast by Bradley & Hubbard, Meriden, Conn., 30 hour lever timepiece movement.     The cast iron case is in nice condition. There is some paint loss and touch up on the case but the strength of the colors overall is very good. The bezel and paper dial are of a later period. The hour hand is newer while the minute hand is old. The movement does run for a period and activates the eyes. $400 - $600
520 Vermont Clock Co., Fairhaven, Vermont, 8 day, time and strike, spring brass lever movement crystal regulator mantel clock.     Brass and onyx base case has small ding on the top front edge. Porcelain dial is damage with several hairline cracks. Original hands and three beveled glass panels are fine. The rear glass panel is cracked in the corner. Movement is signed. Engraving on the top reads: "Presented to Mr. Sanderson by the pupils and alumni of San Mateo High School June 28, 1909". $300 - $400
521 Vincenti & Cie, Paris, figural mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven, pendule de Paris with a silk thread suspension in a gilt metal rococo case featuring a young woman beside her dressing table on which are assorted items, white enamel dial with blue Roman numerals and ornate hands.     the case has a bit of a lean as if it has compressed by a small amount on the right side. The case retains its gilding, though it is worn in a few high spots. Enamel dial is fine as are hands. Open back and lack of front glass are normal as this was once under a dome. Evidence of excess glue at the seams on the back side of clock. Movement ticks and strikes but was not tested comprehensively. $400 - $600
522 Waltham Watch Co., Waltham, Mass., 8 day, weight brass movement patent or banjo wall timepiece.     Gold painted case with green painted inlay in a crackled finish has some dings and scratches to the finish. Bottom bracket was broken in the past and repaired. Original painted tablets. Original painted dial has minor loss at the winding arbor, mounting screws and one spot on the dial edge. Original hands and pendulum. $600 - $800
523 Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., " Willard No. 2", 8 day, weight brass movement patent or banjo timepiece.     Dark oak case in original finish. Both tablets are original with some scattered loss to the throat glass background. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands and pendulum. Movement is signed. $250 - $350
524 Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Orne" crystal regulator, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement with visible Brocot escapement in a gold plated case with two cut glass columns, white porcelain dial, and simulated mercury pendulum.     overall very good condition with some tarnishing of the brass components. Beveled glasses, hands and pendulum are fine. There is one small hairline crack in dial. Stone pallet jewels and signed Waterbury movement. The movement will need attention. $300 - $500
525 Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Ship's Bell No. 2", 8 day, time and strike, spring driven, jeweled movement in a polished brass case with hinged bezel and 4.5 inch porcelain dial, c1920.     dedication engraving on bezel reads "Vixen" and is dated 1920. Dial has small losses near the screw holes. Brass case is in good condition. Movement ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
526 Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Willard No. 3", 8 day, weight brass movement patent or banjo timepiece.     Mahogany and gilt case in original finish has small scattered loss on the throat, bottom door and bracket. Original porcelain dial is fine. Original throat tablet has some loss to the background. Original bottom tablet has more pronounced loss. Original hands, pendulum and weight. $300 - $400
528 Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn., "Regulator No. 3", 8 day, weight brass wall timepiece.     Rosewood and rosewood veneered case in an old finish has lost the graining on the dial door and bezel. Original painted dial has scattered loss. Original hands and tablet with loss to the background. Pendulum rod now gold painted. Gilt door molding now gold painted. Weights are not original. $300 - $500
529 Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn., "Round Top Drop Regulator", 8 day, time and strike, in a rosewood case.     this clock approaches what we would call -- outstanding original condition. The case retains original finish, untouched and great patina. Has original dial paint (note these dials rarely flaked like Seth Thomas): Has a full Welch label inside on back-board of case and great original gold leaf tablet. $400 - $600
530 Willard School Patent Timepiece or "Banjo" Clock, Boston, Massachusetts with mahogany case, uniform cut head, painted iron roman numeral dial, half round frames enclosing reverse-paintings on glass, the throat glass with classical urn and leafage flanked by brass sided ornaments, the box glass depicting Zeus on his horse-driven chaise with leafage border and aperture for pendulum viewing, eight day brass time only movement with recoil escapement, lead weight and brass-faced pendulum,     Glasses are old repaints, throat and box glass with corner cracks, dial is repainted, weight is a period replacement, weight baffle is a replacement, minute hand is a replacement, all movement components are original, movement wants an overhaul and new cord, minor glue blocks require re-gluing. $400 - $600
531 William Dexter, Stockbridge, Madison County, New York, 30 hour, time and alarm weight wood movement miniature shelf timepiece.     Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has some loss on the base and top and a couple repairs on the door. Original paper dial has age darkened from acids in the wood. Tablet not original. Alarm disk is missing. Movement was supplied by Hiram Welton of Terrysville, Conn. Remains of original stencil on the splat. Dark label inside. $300 - $400
532 William S. Johnson, 20 Courtland St, New York, cornice top shelf clock, a Geo Washington commemorative, 8 day, spring, the case with walnut ripple molding inlaid into the cornice, the base and along door edges.     either the faux grain or veneer have been stripped off this clock, and now with shellac over the pine. The original [cracked] tablet of Washington is included in the lot, and the tablet in the door has been nicely painted to match the original. With super inside label. This is an uncommon clock that came out of an old timer's collection. Zoom into photo to see how well the ripple has been inlaid into the moldings. $300 - $500
533 Wm L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Pendant" model wall clock in walnut, 8 day time and bell strike.     the top and bottom finials are old replacements from another clock, see Ly's book on Gilbert for proper finial profile. The clock is otherwise in excellent original condition, with good and original dial, hands, side finials, finish and stabilizer tabs. Only a fragment of the label remains. $350 - $550
534 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Massachusetts, North Attleboro-style, 8 day, weight brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece; (2) Massachusetts, North Attleboro-style, 8 day, weight brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece. Based on the door latches these could both be timepieces made by Horace Tifft.     (1) Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an original finish has a couple small corner chips. Original painted dial has some paint loss at the mounting pins and clear varnish overcoat. Original bottom tablet has lifting of the background and old repairs. The throat glass is a replacement. The wood sidearms and dial bezel have repairs. Top plinth looks to be a replacement; (2) Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old and possibly original finish. The veneer on the doors is fine except for a veneer repair on the throat. The period dial has some paint loss at 1 o'clock and may or may not be original to the case as there are extra holes in the head. Replaced minute hand. Throat tablet is a replacement. The bottom tablet looks to be original. The case has repair at the bottom door hinge and the bottom case sides from damage to the bottom board. Brass sidearms are thick and maybe a later addition as these clock cases are not usually found with brass sidearms. Dial door has a repair at the hinge and a shrinkage crack. $300 - $400
535 Clocks- 2 (Two) American Banjo Wall Clocks: (1) J. J. Beals Haymarket Square, Boston, banjo clock or patent timepiece, 8 day, weight driven in a mahogany case with painted metal dial; (2) Attleboro, Mass., Banjo wall clock, 8 days, time only, weight driven movement with a mahogany case with a painted metal dial and reverse painted throat and lower tablets.     clocks are in generally good condition, but have many small repairs, scratches, and losses. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
536 Clocks- 2 (Two) American shelf: (1) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "La Pau", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement porcelain mantel clock; (2) Jennings Brothers. Bridgeport, Conn., crystal regulator, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement with visible Brocot escapement in a cast brass and glass case with porcelain dial.     (1) Pretty porcelain case has some minor wear to the applied gold. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands. Someone has painted the brass rear access door in gold paint. Movement is signed; (2) Unsigned movement, Dial and hands are in good condition as are the beveled glasses. Case is a bit dingy with some wear to the gilding. Dimensions provided are for the Ansonia. Sold "as is". $350 - $550
537 Clocks- 2 (Two) American Shelf: (1) E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "Assortment A. No.3" mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in a pressed oak case, c. 1900; (2) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Aden" mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike with alarm, spring driven movement in pressed oak case, c1906.     (1) Paper dial is worn. Original hands and pendulum. Case finish is old; (2) Paper dial is a bit dirty. Hands, pendulum, and glass appear to be original. Dimensions are for Alden. Sold "as is". $150 - $250
538 Clocks- 2 (Two) American wall clocks: (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., 30 day, time only, double spring driven gallery clock in square oak case; (2) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Washington Chime", 8 day, time, strike and Westminster chime banjo in a mahogany case     sold "as is". (1) Dial repainted; (2) Lower tablet replaced. Measurements are of (2). $300 - $400
539 Clocks- 2 (Two) American Wood Case: (1) Dilger & Co., ogee clock, 30 hour, time and strike, weight driven in a walnut veneer case with painted wooden dial; (2) Seth Thomas Clock Co.,Thomaston Conn., "Drop Octagon 8 Inch", 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in an oak case with painted metal dial, c1928.     (1) Losses to paint on dial. Lower tablet replaced with a print. Fairly good label inside door. Hand and upper glass appear to be original; (2) Some scratches to paint on dial. Case in good condition. Dimensions provided are for the ogee clock. Sold "as is". $150 - $250
540 Clocks- 2 (Two) American: (1) wall clock with Waterbury Clock Co. No. 22, time only, double weight driven movement in associated period mahogany case; (2) E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "Violet", 30 hour, time and strike, spring brass movement shelf clock     sold "as is". (1) the case has been refinished. This model is not found in the Waterbury catalog and the case and Waterbury movement are associated. The four finials are a replacement. The dial is a new Waterbury reproduction. The finished product is an attractive clock. (2) Walnut case in original finish. Original dial paper has been replaced. Original hands, tablet and pendulum. Dimensions are of (1). $300 - $400
541 Clocks- 2 (Two) Black Forest Cuckoo and Quail: 3-weight cuckoo and quail wall clocks with carved fox and grapes motif, one signed "Miller & Cie" on the brass movement, the other "Faller", early 20th century.     both clocks are in good condition, but may need service. Nicely carved cases and painted birds. The bellows are intact. Weights included. Hts. of cases 23" and 27". Sold as is, no further details available. $300 - $500
542 Clocks- 2 (Two) Carriage, both French 8 day timepieces: (1) gilt Anglaise case, Roman numeral white enamel dial with engine turned, gilt mask, and lever platform; (2) fret ornamented Obis case, Arabic numeral white enamel dial signed "Wood, Bicknell & Potter, Providence", with cylinder platform     Anglaise with replaced platform, running, Obis ticks briefly $250 - $350
543 Clocks- 2 (Two) Electromechanical Wall: (1) Sempire Clock Company, St. Louis with F. L. Gregory patented electromechanical movement in a red mahogany case with a 12 inch painted metal dial; (2) Rempe Manufacturing Co., Danville, PA, self-winding battery wall timepiece in an oak case, c1904.     (1) Electrical components will need to be restored. Pendulum rod and bob appear to be original. Dial has been repainted poorly; (2) Rare model from a short-lived company. The pendulum is absent. Clock mechanism will need to be restored. Paper dial is stained and torn. Dimensions provided are for Rempe. Sold "as is". $350 - $500
544 Clocks- 2 (Two) English Dial Clocks, the first with overall diameter 15 inches, mahogany dovetailed case with side and lower case access, the painted iron dial signed "King & Double/63 St. Helens St./Ipswich" with blued spade hands, eight day time only cable fusee spring movement with recoil escapement and brass pendulum, the last with overall diameter 19 inches, movement marked by Winterhalder & Hofmeier and hardwood molded surround, brass bezel, and signed on the painted iron roman numeral dial "J. Whiplech/Hollinwood" with blued spade hands, eight day time only gut fusee movement stamped "W&H/Sch" and box hardwood case with side and bottom access.     Period pendulums with both clocks, King & Double clock: lacking one of four pegs holding dial/movement in box case, dial cleaned and relined but retains original dial painters instructions on the reverse, movement looks clean and polished. Whiplech Clock: movement wants overhaul, lacking 2 of 4 pegs holding dial and movement in box case, dial relined years ago. $300 - $400
545 Clocks- 2 (Two) Gustav Becker Vienna Regulators: (1) Gustav Becker, Freiburg, Germany, one weight, 8 day Vienna regulator in a walnut veneer case with ebonized accents, white enamel dial with Roman numerals; (2) Gustav Becker, Freiburg, Germany, 3 weight quarter-striking, 8 day Vienna regulator in a walnut case with cast gilt metal ornaments, polychrome porcelain dial with embossed center, matching embossed brass weights and brass pendulum.     (1) veneer losses. Broken and repaired lower finial. Case has its original finish with losses to ebonized areas. Dial has hairlines in two areas. Hands appear original. Some browning of the lacquer on the brass pendulum bob and weight. Glasses are in good condition. Movement serial number 49465; (2) Crest was broken and the repair has failed. Dial and hands are fine. Beat scale has a few hairlines. Movement serial number 181913 with Medaille D'Or stamp. Dimensions are for 3 weight clock. $600 - $900
546 Clocks- 2 (Two) Hanging: (1) England, postal wall timepiece, 8 day, spring driven fusee movement in a walnut veneer case with painted metal dial; (2) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Oak Lever" wall timepiece, 8 day, spring driven, balance wheel movement in an oak case with 12 inch dial.     (1) Heavy brass fusee movement still has intact chain. Painted metal dial is flaking, but very legible. Wood finish has many small scratches. Mismatched case pegs; (2) Paper dial is spotted. Case has been nicely refinished. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
547 Clocks- 2 (Two) Mahogany Shelf: (1) Junghans, Wurttemberg, Germany, Westminster chime shelf clock, 8 day, spring driven A07 movement in a mahogany case with inlay and silvered dial with Roman numerals; (2) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Tory" cabinet clock, 8 day, spring driven round movement in a mahogany case with white enamel dial, shaded marquetry, all on brass ball feet, c1913.     (1) Original finish has darkened and started to alligator. Silvered dial has areas of tarnish and wear. Movement ticks, chimes, and strikes but was not tested long term; (2) Mahogany case has been nicely rubbed down. Enameled dial is fine as is convex beveled glass. Original hands and pendulum. The clock ticks and strikes, but was not tested long term. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
548 Clocks- 2 (Two) Mystery Swingers: (1) Diana with porcelain arabic numeral dial with Junghans logo mounted on the pendulum and suspended from the patinated figure's outstretched arm, one-day movement, all on an ebonized turned wooden base; (2) Country Lady in bustled dress and apron on a composite turned base, unmarked Arabic numeral porcelain dial and one-day movement.     (1) Some losses on ebonized base, movement cleaned and overhauled, lacking crystal (2) Repro figure and base, probable period movement and dial. $500 - $700
549 Clocks- 2 (Two) Novelty: (1) Horolovar Co., Bronxville, New York reproduction "Ignatz" flying pendulum novelty clock, reproduction of the model made by the New Haven Clock Co., c1970; (2) Reveils Bayard, France, "Mickey" alarm clock with external bells and rocking head Mickey Mouse figure, c1977.     (1) Missing string and ball for flying pendulum. Setting knob is absent. Movement winds but will need servicing; (2) Nearly new condition, comes with its original box. Both sold "as is". $150 - $250
550 Clocks- 2 (Two) original Jerome & Co. [New Haven] flying pendulum clocks, one less dial & lead ball, the other complete     the mahogany example is complete in all respects and tries to run [needs clean], the oak example is missing string and lead ball [available from Timesavers], and missing dial pan, dial and bezel. We get many of Terwilliger's reissue of this model, but very few originals. Originals are quite scarce as New Haven offered them only in their 1884 catalog as they were found to be unreliable time keepers. $250 - $400
551 Clocks- 2 (Two) Reproduction: Chinese glass plate skeleton clock and a reproduction Diana Swinger.     new, as found, sold "as is". Skeleton has no dome, glass and base separated and need new screws. $150 - $250
552 Clocks- 2 (Two) Self-Winding: (1) Self-Winding Clock Co., New York, "No. 18" electrically-wound wall clock in a stained birch case, c1910; (2) Self-Winding Clock Co., New York, electrically-wound gallery clock with 13 inch dial in a wood case.     (1) the wood case has original worn surface along with its beat scale, model plate, and nice 12 inch painted metal dial. The serial number is "156340". The clock has been wired to a plug-in 12V adapter but it was not tested; (2) Case finish is somewhat worn. Much of the electrical components have been removed. The clock does not have a power source, so it will need to be restored. Inner paper label explains how to regulate the clock. Sold "as is". $400 - $600
553 Clocks- 2 (Two) Vienna Regulator, 8 day, double brass weight driven, time and strike: (1) E. Bernstein, Oderberg, walnut case; (2) Unsigned, rosewood grained     sold "as is". Clocks are complete with weights and pendulum. (1) leaded glass needs to be better secured and the crest is present but not photographed. Measurements are of largest clock. $400 - $500
554 Clocks- 2 (Two) Vienna Regulator, 8 day, weight driven, time only movements: (1) K-K Privilegium, Franz Drexler, mahogany with matching embossed weight and pendulum bob; (2) Unsigned, walnut case     sold "as is". Both are complete. $300 - $400
555 Clocks- 2 (Two) Vienna Regulators, engraved brass weights and pendulum, in carved walnut cases: (1) two weight, time and strike; (2) three weight, grand sonnerie     sold "as is". Both clocks are complete with pendulum and weights, lower finials are present but not photographed. (1) missing upper finial $400 - $500
556 Clocks- 2 (Two) Vienna Regulators: (1) 8 day, time only, weight driven with a walnut serpentine case and retailer signed dial; (2) Gustav Becker, 8 day, time and strike in a Baroque case with porcelain dial.     (1) case has lost its finish. Top of left finial is absent. Suspension spring is broken. One of the side glasses is absent. Dial and hands are good; (2) Lower glass is loose. Small loss to lower left edge of case. Dimensions provided are for serpentine case. Sold "as is". $400 - $600
557 Clocks- 2 (Two) Vienna regulators: (1) Remember GR, Wien, 8 day, time and strike, weight driven movement in a walnut case with ebonized accents; (2) Unsigned movement, 8 day, time and strike with quarter strike, weight driven movement in a walnut case.     (1) small splits around the edge of the door. Hairline cracks in the dial. Bottoms of weights need to be glued; (2) Hairline cracks in dial. Small dents in weights. Dimensions are for 3-weight clock. Sold "as is". $400 - $600
558 Clocks- 2 (Two) Wall Clocks: (1) Self Winding Clock Co., New York, "Marble Dial Clock" electrically wound 18 inch gallery wall clock with primary movement, white marble dial with raised bronze Roman numerals, aluminum hands, brass pendulum bob, wood stick, wires, battery holders, all inside the round wood box housing the movement; (2) Self Winding Clock Co., New York, square gallery clock with primary movement, open seconds bit, 14 inch signed metal dial, brass pendulum, wood stick, wires, battery holders in a mahogany case.     (1) Wiring will need attention. Marble dial is in good condition Hands have serial number on brass counterweights, so appear original; (2) Movement will need attention. Original paper instructional labels and metallic identification tags present. Wood finish has some scratches. Hands are rusty. Sold "as is". $400 - $600
559 Clocks- 2 (Two) Wall Hanging Electric: (1) Image Time Inc., Perryopolis, Penn., Yuengling beer advertising clock, plug-in electric with continuous sweep seconds, 15 inch dial surrounded by white neon in a red metal case; (2) Waltham Watch Co., Waltham, Mass., miniature banjo clock, plug-in electric with tablets featuring George Washington and Mt. Vernon.     (1) Yuengling clock lit up when plugged in and second hand moved; (2) New wiring in the Waltham. Seconds bit moved when it was plugged in. Dimensions provided are for Yuengling clock. Sold "as is". $150 - $250
560 Clocks- 2 (Two) Wall: (1) Terryville Manufacturing Co., Terryville, Conn., octagon wall timepiece, 30 hour, spring driven movement with torsion pendulum in a rosewood veneer case; (2) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., banjo clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven movement in a dark hardwood case with silvered dial and tablets showing patriotic themes.     (1) case in has a few veneer losses and repaired areas. The original painted dial has losses around the pendulum viewing port. Original hands and partial label on the back of the clock; (2) Tarnish and spots on dial. Sidearms slightly bent. Original hands. Dimensions provided are for banjo clock. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
561 Clocks- 2 (Two) Wood and Brass: (1) Reproduction Clepsydra or water clock with cast brass crest and chapter ring, distressed wood pillars, woodworm holes in base, and rustic metalwork. The single hand is meant to move as water drips slowly from the cylindrical tank into the collection basin below; (2) Uhrenfabrik Mühlheim Müller & Co., Germany, mantel clock, 8 day, three-train Westminster chime, spring driven movement stamped with the lion and "U.M." trademark in a curved mahogany case with ball-and-claw front feet and brass dial.     (1) this piece will need attention, especially the right front leg which is broken. Dimensions provided are for the water clock; (2) case is either homemade or has been completely refinished. Minute hand is too short and pendulum bob is a new replacement. Glued repairs toe applied molding and one claw foot. Sold "as is". $250 - $450
562 Clocks- 2 (Two), the first probably Germany, hanging softwood case, Roman numeral white painted dial with bird above the chapter ring, and with blue and red fan corners, 30 hour weight driven timepiece movement with brass weight, the next a New Haven "Chatelaine", brass case with cast ornament, brass dial with Roman numeral, white enamel cartouches,30 hour timepiece movement with Medusa pendulum, together with a Dungan and Klump "Dickory Dickory Dock" case only     German clock with losses, movement complete, dial dirty, will tick, New Haven case with heavy tarnish, bottom ornament with crack, ticking, Dungan & Klump with damage to case $150 - $250
563 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Trianon" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a gilt cast metal case, c1914; (2) Ingraham Clock Co., Bristol, Conn., "Grecian" shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a walnut case, c1875.     (1) Much of the gilt finish remains. The porcelain dial has no hairlines or chips. The hands are original; (2) The case has lost some of its finish. The original paper dial has aged. The hands are original. The glass is original. $200 - $300
564 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock, c1914; (2) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Toulon", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement crystal regulator mantel clock, c1909     (1) Polished brass case has some tarnished areas. Original porcelain dial is perfect with original hands. Pendulum is not original. All the beveled glass panels are fine; (2) Brass case has lost most of its gold plating. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands and pendulum. All the beveled glass panels are fine. Both have visible escapements. $250 - $350
565 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Birge, Mallory & Co., Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, weight brass movement column & carved crest shelf clock, c1840; (2) Riley Whiting, Winchester, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, weight wood movement column & cornice shelf clock, c1830     (1) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has scattered loss on the base. Some veneer loss on the columns and the small top extension to the right column is missing. The right chimney has some damage at the groove. The feet are missing. Original painted dial has paint loss. Both tablets are replacements. Minute hand is a replacement. Dark label inside; (2) Refinished mahogany veneered case in nice condition. Original painted dial in very nice condition. Original mirror. Original bottom glass has original gilt borders, but a print looks to have been placed in the space between the borders that was most likely reverse painted. Seconds hand is missing. Clean label inside. Overall a very nice clock. $250 - $350
566 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., 30 hour, spring brass lever movement ripple molding shelf clock, c1850; (2) E. O. Goodwin, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement cottage shelf clock, c1850.     (1) Rosewood veneered case in good condition has a small piece of the ripple molding and veneer missing on the back upper right corner. Original painted dial has scattered loss. Minute hand is a replacement, but similar to the original. Movement is signed; (2) Rosewood veneered case in original finish has a thin piece of veneer missing on the base, a small piece missing on the door, a ding on the base and the top left side. Original painted dial in nice condition for its age has minor loss at the mounting screws. Hands are replaced. Original tablet and gilt decoration on the base and case is fine. Upper glass is missing. $200 - $300
567 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Treasure", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement patent or banjo clock. This clock is sometime referred to as the "Treasure Island", c1930; (2) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Willard", 8 day, weight brass patent or banjo timepiece, c1929.     (1) Mahogany case in original finish in overall nice condition. Original tablets, hands and pendulum. Original silvered dial has wear and scratches at the winding arbors and a small spot near 1 o'clock; (2) Mahogany case in original finish in overall nice condition except for the drop missing on the bottom . Original silvered dial has some light tarnish in a couple spots and scratches at the mounting screws. Tablets, hands and pendulum are original. $300 - $400
568 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Venetian No. 1" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1870; (2) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., unidentifed shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement in a walnut case, c1885.     (1) The case has a later finish. There is some veneer loss along the bottom of the case. The original paper dial has aged nicely. The hands are original. The upper door glass is original. The lower door tablet is original with some additional backing; (2) The case has little finish. The paper dial has aged nicely with some wear. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The door glass is original. $150 - $250
569 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Ephraim Downs, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock; (2) E. Terry & Sons, Plymouth, Conn. 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement pillar & scroll shelf clock.     (1) Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in original finish has damage on the skirt tips, veneer loss on the cross strip, missing scroll ears and the back right rear foot missing. Original painted dial has soiled areas, some wear and a grommet missing on the strike side. Original hands. Original movement. Original tablet has scattered loss. Right foot and side return are included; (2) Refinished mahogany & mahogany veneered case has some loss of the half-round molding on the left side and some loss on the cross strip. Original scrolls, hands, movement and finials. Feet have been replaced. Skirt looks original, but the glue blocks have been replaced. Original painted dial has significant paint loss. Original tablet has scattered loss. Top glass is cracked. Clean label inside $300 - $400
570 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Juniata", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement shelf clock, c1875; (2) Unknown, 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement mantel clock, c1880     (1) Refinished walnut case in nice condition. Original paper dial has some wear and surface abrasion. Tablet looks to be later; (2) Refinished walnut case has minor damage on the upper left corner. Original paper dial has age darkened with surface abrasion. Original hands. Small portion of a label remains. $100 - $200
571 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Pavonia", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement mantel clock, c1888; (2) F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Sydney", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement mantel clock, c1888     (1) Cast iron enameled case in nicely restored condition. Original paper dial has age darkened with stains and surface abrasion. Original hands; (2) Cast iron enameled case has scattered paint loss. Original black and gold dial has age darkened with surface abrasion. Original hands. $150 - $250
572 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Plush Plaque No.1", 30 hour, brass spring lever movement alarm clock, c1888; (2), F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "China No.23", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement porcelain mantel clock, c1898     (1) Wood bezel incorporating a porcelain plate in the chinese style originally had plush fabric glued to the bezel. Original hands; (2) White front with lavender sides has some minor wear to the applied gold. Paper dial has been replaced. Original hands. $100 - $200
573 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) France, 8 day, spring brass movement "Baker's Clock", wall timepiece signed "Henry Lepaute, Paris" c1900; (2) Germany, 8 day, spring brass lever movement wall timepiece. Brass movement is stamped "Million".     (1) Oak case has remains of original finish. Very nice dial and original hands; (2) Oak case in an old finish in nice condition. Original painted dial has slight loss at the slow/fast access. Original hands. A small label inside reads: "Thomas Fattorini, Skipton". This timepiece was probably made for the English market. $300 - $500
574 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Germany, 8 day, spring brass lever movement brass case pilot house wall timepiece, c1900; (2) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Chatham", 8 day, spring brass movement gallery timepiece, c1904     (1) Cast and sheet brass case has some tarnish on the back edge. Original porcelain dial is perfect with original hands. Movement will need service as it does not want to run,; (2) Mahogany stained case in original finish has some wear on the bottom edge. Original painted dial is very nice. Original hands. Clean label on the back. $100 - $200
575 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Jonathan Frost, Reading, Mass. (by Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn. and sold by Frost), 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement Sharp Gothic or Steeple clock; (2) Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement Round Gothic or Beehive shelf clock.     (1) Refinished mahogany veneered case has a little damage to the veneer at the door lock and some finial tip damage. Original painted dial is slightly soiled with some loss at the mounting screw and small scattered loss. Original hands, tablet and brass springs. Clean label inside. Part of the lock, key escutcheon and pendulum are missing; (2) Refinished rosewood veneered case has some repairs on the front molding, small piece missing on the back edge and small area of loss on the door bottom The round door has age cracks in the veneer. Original painted dial has loss at the mounting scews and at the winding arbors. Door lock is missing. Label inside was varnished at one time and is now dark but readable. Original tablet and brass springs. $250 - $350
576 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Massachusetts, 8 day, time and alarm weight brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece with alarm on top bell in gilt front case, c1825; (2) Massachusetts, 8 day, weight brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece in gilt front case, c1825.     (1) Refinished mahogany and gilt frame case has loss to the gilding and spotty gold painted to cover defects. One of the rope moldings is missing on the bottom door left side. Tablets are not original. Original sheet metal dial has scattered paint loss. Dial is attached to the head with three L-turns. One of the sidearms has a couple diamonds missing and a repair. Brass movement based on a design by A. Willard, Jr., is attached to the case with through bolts. Original bell and mounting stand. Original hour and minute hands. Alarm setting hand is brass, but maybe original. The lever on the movement front plate to activate the alarm is missing; (2) Mahogany and gilt frame case has loss to the gilding on the throat frame and the bottom bracket. Both tablets are replaced. Original dial looks to have had the numbers relined. Period hands. The bezel has been shifted from its original position. $400 - $600
577 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Willard", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement patent or banjo timepiece; (2) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Wilson", 30 day, spring brass movement banjo timepiece.     (1) Mahogany case in original finish has a small piece on the bottom bracket missing. Original painted dial has minor loss at the mounting screws. Original hands and pendulum. Clean label on the back; (2) Mahogany case in original finish in nice condition. Original silvered dial has some surface tarnish and a little wear to some of the numbers. Original hands and tablets. Pendulum has a couple dings. Age darkened label on the back. $200 - $300
578 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Sessions Clock Co., Forestville, Conn., "Office", 8 day, spring brass movement wall timepiece, c1935; (2) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, 8 day, spring brass movement gallery timepiece, c1914.     (1) Refinished oak case in nice condition. Paper dial has been replaced. Original hands, pendulum and tablet. Glass is missing on the dial door. Clean label on the back; (2) Refinished oak case has a couple veneer chips the case behind the bezel. Dial has been replaced. Original hands. Movement is signed. $100 - $200
579 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "18 Inch Gallery" hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike (large cathedral gong) movement in a solid oak case, c1900; (2) E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn. unidentified hanging clock with a spring driven double wind timepiece movement (possibly 30 day) in a darkly stained wood case, c1900. Note: The larger dimensions are for clock number 2.     (1) The solid oak case appears to have been refinished some time ago. The time and strike movement is very unusual for a gallery clock but appears to be original to the case. The hands and door glass are both original. The original painted dial, signed Seth Thomas and also bearing the name "Waterbury" has flaking issues around the numerals 5 and 6; (2) The darkly stained case has very little, if any, finish remaining. The movement is very similar to that used in the number 11 and 12 hanging regulators, except with a short (12 inch) pendulum length, The painted dial has been covered over with a finish and the dial shows some discoloration. The hands appear to be original. The movement is signed. The door glass is original. There are two posts on the case back above the movement that suggest a wired connection to the movement. $300 - $400
580 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement shelf clock. We could not find this model in the catalog, but was a premium series adapted from the applied brasses series, c1900; (2) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Shekel", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement shelf clock, c1891     (1) Oak case has lost most of its finish. Original paper dial has age darkened with some surface abrasion. Original hands, pendulum and tablet that has a little wear; (2) Oak case in original finish in overall nice condition. The cast ornaments have some remains of original gilding. Original paper dial has stains and has age darkened. Original hands, pendulum and tablet. Remains of a label on back of case. $300 - $400
581 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Skinner & Seward, Boston, Mass., 8 day, weight brass movement patent or banjo timepiece, c1832; (2) Boston, Mass., 8 day, weight brass movement patent or banjo timepiece, c1860     (1) Mahogany case in original finish has repairs to the bottom board and extra screws at the throat sides to the hold the weight guide. Both tablets are replaced. Original painted dial has soiled areas and stains and some loss at the mounting pins. Nice engraved pendulum. Original hands. Movement mounted to the case with a center screw through the backboard. Unusual finial looks old, perhaps original. They were clockmakers at 63 Congress Street, Boston; (2) Model five Howard type timepiece in original grain painted cherry case in original finish has some scratches on the throat door and some damage on the bottom of the throat door. The bottom tablet looks original, while the throat glass is a replacement. Painted dial has loss at the mounting screws and some soiled areas. The dial looks to be original, but there are extra holes in the head. Hands are period and look original. Weight baffle is a replacement as there are slots cut into the throat sides for a longer weight baffle. Pendulum rod is replaced. $300 - $400
582 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Smith & Goodrich, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, spring brass fusee movement miniature OG shelf clock, c1850; (2) Daniel Pratt & Sons, Boston, Mass., 8 day, time and strike, spring brass fusee movement OG shelf clock, c1850     (1) Refinished mahogany veneered case has veneer loss on the bottom outer band a couple chips on the door corners. Original painted dial is stained with scattered paint loss. Original Wm. B. Fenn tablet with some loss to the background. Partial label inside; (2) Rosewood veneered case has lost its finished and has veneer loss on the outer band. Original painted dial in nice condition has minor loss at the mounting pins. Original hands. Tablet is replaced. Clock was made by Birge & Fuller and retailed by Pratt. Nice label inside. $150 - $250
583 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Unknown, Massachusetts, 8 day, weight brass movement patent or banjo timepiece, c1830; (2) Massachusetts, 8 day, weight brass movement Patent or banjo timepiece. Dial is signed "Aaron Willard, Boston", c1825     (1) Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish has veneer repairs on the bottom door and repairs on throat. Bottom bracket is a later made addition. Both tablets are modern replacements. Period iron dial has loss near the winding arbor and at the mounting pins. It appears to be original, but there are extra holes in the head. Replaced hands. The sidearms are missing; (2) Refinished mahogany and gilt case has some loss on the bottom bracket and and acorn drop. Both tablets are replacements. The period dial has some damage at the signature and someone has damaged it by drilling four screw holes. The dial is probably not original to this clock as there are slots in the dial for an L-turns that are not in the clock head. Finial is not original and too small. Plinth for the finial is a replacement. $400 - $600
584 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., 30 hour, spring brass lever movement figural timepiece with brilliant surround dial, c1900; (2) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Cygnet", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement cast metal case with a figure on top mantel clock, c1904.     (1) Cast spelter case has some remains of the original gilding. Original porcelain dial has hairline cracks. Minute hand is a replacement; (2) Cast spelter case in a Syrian Bronze finish has some minor wear on the high spots. Original porcelain dial is fine. Original hands. Movement is signed. $150 - $250
585 Clocks- 2 (Two): (1) William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Navy Set No. 25", 8 day, time end strike spring brass movement kitchen clock, c1901; (2) Attleboro Clock Co., Attleboro, Mass. "Leonard", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement oak kitchen clock, c1900     (1) Refinished pressed oak case in nice condition Original paper dial is badly worn. Original hands, tablet and pendulum; (2) Pressed oak case in original finish in nice condition. Original paper dial has some surface abrasion and a poor repair at eight o'clock. Original hands, pendulum and worn tablet. This firm was in business from 1890-1915 and had clocks manufactured for them. $100 - $200
586 Clocks- 2 (Two): American shelf clocks: (1) Birge, Peck & Co., Bristol, Conn., cornice and column shelf clock with a weight driven, 8 day, time and strike brass strap movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1850; (2) Atkins Clock Co., Bristol, Conn., "London" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement (265B) in a rosewood veneered case, c1865.     (1) The case retains its dark original finish. There is some veneer loss along the base. The painted dial has loss in the lower right corner. The hands are period but mismatched. The door tablets are both original with minor loss. The lower shows P. T. Barnum's Villa Iranstan" which was destroyed by fire in 1854 while the other shows Ballston Springs; (2) The case has some original finish which is sparse in areas. The painted dial has darkened with age. The hands are replacements. The door glass gilt designs are in good condition but have lost some of their black backing. ***NOTES*** The dimensions are for clock number one. $300 - $400
587 Clocks- 3 (Three) American Banjo Wall Clocks: (1) Unknown, possibly an Attleboro patent or Banjo clock or timepiece, 8 day, weight driven brass movement in a plain walnut case with painted metal dial; (2) Attributed to Horace Tifft, North Attleboro, Mass. Patent or Banjo timepiece, 8 day, weight driven, brass movement with painted metal dial in a mahogany case. (3) Daniel Pratt & Sons, Reading, Mass., Banjo timepiece, 8 day, weight driven brass movement.     all have some paint loses on dials, tarnished brass bezels, small case repairs, touched up glasses or with losses. Sold "as is". $400 - $600
588 Clocks- 3 (Three) American Shelf: (1) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "BEAVER", model, pressed walnut gingerbread, 8 day; (2) Wm. L. Gilbert Clock Co.,"OBELISK", in a rosewood veneer case, 8 day and (3) a Seth Thomas "CHICAGO" model from their City Series, 9 day     overall these three clocks shown signs of good care and are ready to enjoy. The Ansonia is in very good original condition, with super dial, original peacock tablet and nicely crazed finish, & good label on rear of case.. The Gilbert is also in great condition with original glass [see book], pressed glass pendulum, dial and hands. The Chicago has lost a little of the gold leaf from its columns and there is some crazing and loss of finish, but still overall a nice example of this model, with superior inside label. $200 - $400
589 Clocks- 3 (Three) American Shelf: (1) Connecticut, probably Forestville Mfg. Co., Bristol, ogee clock, 30 hour, weight driven time and strike in a walnut veneer case; (2) American Clock Co., New York, iron front shelf clock with 30 hour, time and strike, spring driven movement with a hand painted waterfront scene surrounded by flowers; (3) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., iron front shelf clock with 30 hour, time and strike with alarm, spring driven movement with a hand painted flowers.     All clocks will need service. The position of the winding above the center arbor on the ogee suggests has the scarce Forestville movement The Waterbury is missing alarm setting ring, the dial is loose, and paint fading. The American Clock Co. has a stained paper dial. Dimensions provided are for the ogee clock. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
590 Clocks- 3 (Three) American wall clocks, 8 day, spring driven in oak cases: (1) Wm. L. Gilbert Clock Co. school house, time and strike; (2) Sessions Clock Co., store regulator, time only with calendar; (3) E. Ingraham & Co., store regulator, time only     sold "as is". (1) no glass over dial. $250 - $350
591 Clocks- 3 (Three) Asian Reproduction Mystery Clocks: (1) Winged male figure with bronze finish supporting swing arm with dark blue spheres, 12.5 inches; (2) Female figure with bronze and verdigris patina supporting a swinging arm with dark blue spheres, 15 inches. (3) Upside-down swinging clock on brass stand with dark red marble base on wood platform, 28 inches in height.     Both small figural clocks have broken suspension springs. Base of upside-down swinger is in need of repairs. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
592 Clocks- 3 (Three) Clocks: (1) Sessions Clock Co.,Forestville, Conn., mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven with a black enameled wood case; (2) Bradley and Hubbard Mfg. Co., West Meriden, Conn., mantel clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven with a black enameled metal case with mother of pearl inlay; (3) Asian, schoolhouse clock, 8 day, time and strike, spring driven with an oak case.     all clocks will need mechanical and cosmetic work. Schoolhouse clock is missing glass. Dimensions given are for schoolhouse clock. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
593 Clocks- 3 (Three) English Fusee Postal Timepieces: (1) John Walker, London, 8 day, spring driven, time only postal wall clock, fusee movement with painted metal dial; (2) Sawyer, Peterboro, 8 day, spring driven, time only postal wall clock, fusee movement with painted metal dial and wood case; (3) 8 day, spring driven, time only postal wall clock with fusee movement and painted metal dial.     only the clock signed by Sawyer has a case. Clock signed by Walker has a chain on the fusee, while the other two have modern cable. One pendulum for the three clocks. Dimensions provided are for clock with case. Sold "as is". $350 - $500
594 Clocks- 3 (Three) Kroeber Alarm: (1) F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Brass Easel No. 1" alarm clock, 30 hour, time and alarm, spring driven balance wheel movement in a cast brass case featuring enameled numerals, satyr head, peacock, and two winged dragon figures, c1888; (2) F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Josephine" alarm clock, 30 hour, time and alarm, spring driven balance wheel movement in cast metal case, c1898. (3) F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, carriage style alarm clock, 30 hour, time and alarm, spring driven balance wheel movement in metal case.     clocks will need mechanical attention. The Josephine has been repainted. Missing side glass on third clock. Dimensions are for Easel No. 1. Sold "as is". $150 - $250
595 Clocks- 3 (Three) Mantel: Seth Thomas "Celtic" time and strike metal case mantel clock, Sessions time and strike mantel clock in a pine case, and an Ingraham "Cabinet No. 3" time and strike mantel clock.     clocks are in generally good condition but may be missing parts and in need of repair. Dimensions are for Cabinet No. 3. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
596 Clocks- 3 (Three) Poole: Poole Mfg. Co., Ithaca, NY, "Executive", electro-mechanical battery-driven mantel timepieces serial numbers1343, 2426, 3676. All with wood bases, two with silvered dials and one with white enamel dial.     wood bases show their age. Dials are in good condition. Paint on battery post is scratched on two of the clocks. All three have correct pendulums. Two have domes. Sold "as is". $250 - $400
597 Clocks- 3 (Three) Shelf Clocks: (1) Probably Ketterer, Aron or Theodor, Furtwangen, Germany, 50 hour, time and strike, spring driven shelf cuckoo with inlayed veneer case and white enamel dial; (2) Germany, Junghans, "World Time" lighthouse clock, 8 day, time only, spring driven clock with 8 small dials for global times and local time showing on the larger dial in the base. A drive shaft extends upward from the movement to turn the armed wheel. Counterweights on the each of the 8 sets of motion works cause the time to advance on the small dials; (3) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, " Rouen" 8 day, time and strike, spring driven mantel clock in a grain painted iron case, c1894.     (1) missing pieces of case molding and feet. Case, veneer, inlay, bellow, and movement will all need restoration; (2) Some of the grain painting has rubbed off of the case. Gilding on spelter ornaments is gone in places. Pendulum is missing. Movement will need to be serviced; (3) Bezel and glass are missing. Original paint is missing in places and very cracked elsewhere. Dark spots on small dials. Some loss to textured base. Pendulum is a replacement. Original movement is complete and will tick when you move the verge manually. Not tested long term. Sold "as is". $400 - $600
598 Clocks- 3 (Three) Vienna Regulator, double brass weight driven, time and strike: one in cherry with carved crest and ebony highlights, the other two in walnut     sold "as is". All complete, but one is missing front glass and one is missing a lower finial. Dimensions are of largest clock. $500 - $700
599 Clocks- 3 (Three) wood cased clocks: (1) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "No. 540", 8 day spring driven, time & strike with alarm parlor clock in a walnut case, c. 1890; (2) Wm. L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Yorktown", 8 day spring driven, time & strike banjo clock with mahogany finish and burl veneer panel, c. 1930; (3) Wm. L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., tambour clock, 8 day spring driven, time & bim-bam strike tambour clock in a walnut case, c. 1930.     all clocks in need of service. Dimensions provided are for the banjo clock. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
600 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Parisian" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a walnut case, c1880; (2) William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Texas" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a walnut case, c1881. (3) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., premium model shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time, strike & alarm movement in a walnut case with a thermometer & level, c1880.     (1) The case finish has lost its original finish. The original paper dial is quite faded. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The stenciled door glass is original; (2) The case has lost most of its finish. The paper dial has aged nicely. The hands are period, The movement is signed. The stenciled door glass is original. (3) The case retains an alligatored original finish. The original paper dial has darkened and discolored with age. The hands are original. The stenciled door glass appears original. The movement is signed. Note: The largest dimensions are for clock number 3. $300 - $400
601 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, miniature porcelain clock, 30 hour, time only in lavender outlined case with floral motif; (2) Switzerland, LeCoultre, desk clock with 16 jewel balance wheel movement in a clear acrylic case. (3) Boardman & Wells, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock. Lot also comes with a small desk clock in with a golf motif as well as two lapel pins in the shape of cuckoo clocks.     Sold "as is", all three clocks will need service. (1) paper dial is stained. (2) LeCoultre has a loose gear in the case. (3) Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish has some repairs on the base. There is some damage at the right chimney cap. Stenciling on the columns and splat looks restored. Original painted dial has some wear on the chapter ring. Original tablet has some scattered loss. Top glass is cracked. Dimensions are for (3). $150 - $250
602 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Atkins Clock Co., Bristol, Conn., "Cottage XX" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1860; (2) Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., "Round Gothic" or "Beehive" shelf clock with a spring (brass) driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1848. (3) William L. Gilbert, Winchester, Conn., "Beehive" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1850.     (1) The rosewood veneered case is in excellent condition, but has been refinished. The original painted dial is in very good condition and now has a finish coating. The hands are original. The door glasses are original however the lower glass in not in good condition; (2) The case is in nice condition with a newer finish applied. The original painted dial has aged and shows discoloration. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The upper door glass is original and the lower is a new replacement. (3) The case has been refinished and has veneer loss in several areas. The original painted dial is in very good condition with minimal loss. The hands are later replacement. Both door glasses are original with the lower glass now quite faded. Note: The largest dimensions are for clock number 3. $300 - $400
603 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., "Round Gothic" shelf clock now fitted with a Seth Thomas spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1848; (2) Forestville Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "Round Gothic" shelf clock now fitted with a Waterbury Clock Co. 8 day spring driven time and strike movement in a ripple front rosewood case, c1850. (3) E. Ingraham & Co.,Bristol, Conn., "Oriental" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1880.     (1) The original painted dial and hands are in very good condition. The case has veneer loss in multiple locations; (2) The finish has been lost. The hands are new. One of the four top finials is missing. The glasses are original. There is some veneer damage. The ripple molding is in very good condition. (3) There is veneer loss in several areas. The dial and hands are correct. ***NOTE*** The dimensions are for clock number 2. $200 - $300
604 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) E, Ingraham CLock Co., Bristol, Conn., "Cadet" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time, strike & alarm movement in a walnut case, c1881; (2) Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Argus" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement (George B. Owen, Winsted, Conn.) in a walnut case, c1885. (3) F. Kroeber Clock Co., 6 Cortlandt Street, New York, "Wasp" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a walnut case, c1884.     (1) The case has been refinished. The paper dial shows wear. The hands are original. The door glass appears to be original; (2) The case retains its original finish, worn base in several areas. The paper dial has a finish coat. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The door glass is original. (3) The case itself is in good condition but has lost most of its finish. The original paper dial shows discoloration. The hands are original. The red and gold door stencil is original. $300 - $500
605 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) E. Ingraham & Co.,Bristol, Conn., "Cartoon" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a walnut case, c1889; (2) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Farren" premium model made for Farren Brothers shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a walnut case, c1880. (3) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Ingot" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a walnut case, c1896.     (1) The case retains most of the original finish. The original paper dial has aged and been covered with a finish. The hands are replacements. The movement is signed. The door glass is original; (2) The case retains original finish. The original paper dial has aged with color. The hands are original. The stenciled door glass is original. The movement is signed. Paper label in case bottom notes model. (3) The case has been refinished. The original paper dial shows wear. The hands are original. The pendulum rod and bob are missing. The movement is signed. The stenciled door glass is original. Note: The largest dimensions are for clock number 3. $300 - $400
606 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Parisian", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement walnut mantel clock, c1881; (2) William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Curfew", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement bell top mantel clock, c1900. (3) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Pansy", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement walnut mantel clock, c1881.     (1) Walnut case in original finish in nice condition. Original paper dial has age darkened with some surface abrasion. Original hands, fancy pendulum & tablet; (2) Black enameled case including the green marbleized paint is in very nice condition. Original paper dial behind the skeletonized dial mask has age darkened a little. This is the better dial type found on this model. Original hands. Movement is signed. (3) Walnut case in an old finish in nice condition. Original paper dial has age darkened with stains around the winding arbors. Original pendulum, hands and tablet. A very dark label inside. $300 - $400
607 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Round Top" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a walnut case, c1875; (2) F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Round Top Extra" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a walnut case with a burl walnut base, c1872. (3) F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Round Top with Alarm" shelf clock, 30 hour, time and strike with alarm, spring driven movement in a walnut case, c1872.     (1) The case retains a thin finish. The paper dial is a replacement. The hands are original; (2) The case has a beautiful walnut finish which has aged nicely. The paper dial shows some wear. The hands are period and may well be original. The case top molding has one small area of loss in the center area. (3) Thin original finish with a couple of light scratches. Painted metal dial has been touched up with a white paint that does not blend well. The dimensions provide are for clock number 2. $200 - $300
608 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Massachusetts, 8 day, weight brass movement patent or banjo timepiece. This timepiece may have been made by Horace Tifft, North Attleboro based on the bottom door latch, c1840; (2) Waltham Watch Co., Waltham, Mass., 8 day, weight brass lever movement patent or banjo timepiece, c1930 (3) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Banjo No. 1", 8 day, spring brass movement patent or banjo timepiece, c1924.     (1) Mahogany and mahogany veneered case in an old finish has repairs on the throat and bottom door. Original dial plate looks to have repainted. The tablets have age, but may be replaced. The finial and pulley are not original. Period hands; (2) Mahogany case in a gold finish has some loss to the paint on the doors and other signs of age on the rest of the case. Original painted dial has minor loss at the mounting screws and at the winding arbors. Original tablets in nice condition. Original hands and finial. (3) Mahogany case in original finish in overall nice condition. Original painted dial has scattered stains on the surface. Original tablets in nice condition. Sidearms and bezel have some discoloration. Movement is signed. $300 - $500
609 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Sessions Clock Co., Forestville, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement shelf clock, c. 1900; (2) William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Boston", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement shelf clock, c1900 (3) William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Leopard", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement shelf clock, c1891     (1) Refinished pressed oak case in nice condition. Paper dial has been replaced. Original hands, pendulum and tablet; (2) Pressed oak case in original finish. Paper dial looks to be replaced. Original tablet and pendulum. Minute hand has been repaired. Dark label on the back. (3) Walnut case in original finish. Original paper dial has age darkened and stained. Original hands and pendulum. Tablet replaced with clear glass. $100 - $200
610 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Drop Octagon 12 Inch" hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day timepiece movement in an oak case with original alternating stains to create a mosaic pattern, c1890; (2) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, unidentified regulator hanging clock in a grained wood case, c1910. (3) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Imperial" hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1883.     (1) The case retains its original finish. The original painted dial is in excellent condition. The hands are original. The movement is signed. There is a nice label inside the case. The door glasses are original. Overall, this is a very attractive clock; (2) The case has its original finish over the nicely grained wood surface, but the bezel has lost its grained finish. The original paper dial has become darkened in areas. The hands are original. The door glasses are original. The movement is signed. (3) The case retains its original finish but has a small burn mark on the lower left bottom of the case. The inside of the case as seen through the door window shows evidence of a paper or label having been removed. The original paper dial has been finished over which detracts from the clock. The hands are original. The door glasses are original. Note: The largest dimensions are for clock number 3. $350 - $450
611 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Fleet Series" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement in an oak case, c1909; (2) E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "Coghlan" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in an ash case with ebonized accent, c1885. (3) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Elbe" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement with a patent dial pendulum in a walnut case, c1880.     (1) The case may have been refinished but is in excellent condition. The original paper dial has wear. The hands are original. The door glass appears original; (2) The case is very attractive with the ebonized accents on the ash case. Some of the original finish remains. The original painted dial is in excellent condition. The hands are original. The stenciled door glass is original. (3) The walnut case is in excellent condition but needs a coat of finish. The original painted dial has small losses. The hands are original. The stenciled door glass is original. Note: The largest dimensions are for clock number 3. $300 - $400
612 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Shing Lee Mfg. Co., Chefoo, China, 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement round top shelf clock, c1910; (2) F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Cabinet No. 2", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement wood case shelf clock, c1881 (3) Unknown, possibly by the American Clock Co., New York, 30 hour, time and alarm spring brass movement iron front shelf clock, c1865     (1) Red painted wood case has some dings and scratches to the finish. Original painted dial has stains and wear. Original hands and pendulum. Decoration on the glass looks to be original. Large label in Chinese on the back and an English label inside; (2) Ebonized wood case has some loss of gold in the incised lines. The case front has a shrinkage crack. Original black and gold dial has aged with a little surface abrasion. Period hands. Dark label on the back. (3) Iron front case has general loss of the gold decoration and painted flowers. Paper dial has been replaced. Period hands. $100 - $200
613 Clocks- 3 (Three): (1) Unknown, 30 hour, time, strike and alarm weight wood movement OG side shelf clock, c1830; (2) Barton, Brothers & Co.., New Haven, Conn., 30 hour, time, strike and alarm weight brass movement column & cornice shelf clock, c1855 (3) J. C. Brown, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement column & OG top shelf clock, c1850     (1) Mahogany veneered case is in poor condition with loss and general lifting of the veneer. Various wooden parts are included. Dial and hands are missing; (2) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has veneer loss on the base and cornice. There is also lifting veneer on the door and cornice. Original painted dial is in poor condition. Panel in the bottom section is painted over. Center tablet is in good condition. Alarm works are missing from the movement. Wrong hands. Dark lifting label. (3) Rosewood veneered case in original finish has some veneer loss on the base below the two gilt columns and small damage at the top right edge. Original painted dial as age darkened a little with some loss at the winding arbors and mounting pins. Original hands and tablet with some loss. Dark label inside. $100 - $200
614 Clocks- 3 (Three): American shelf clocks: (1) Eli Terry, made for George Steel, Horton, Nova Scotia half column shelf clock with a weight driven 30 hour time and strike wooden works movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1835; (2) Chauncey Boardman, Bristol, Conn., stenciled half column and splat shelf clock with a weight driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1835. (3) T. M. Roberts Bristol, Conn. for Henry Hart double decker shelf clock with a weight driven 30 hour time and strike wooden movement in a mahogany and maple case, c1835     (1) There is veneer loss in several areas. The case top (chimneys and splat) is missing as are the hands, door glasses and weights; (2) The case has significant veneer loss and the top is currently disassembled and inside the case. The painted dial has horizontal loss lines. (3) The case has been refinished. There are several areas of veneer loss. The original painted dial has darkened with age around the edge. The hands are original. The scroll appears old and other examples of T. M. Roberts clocks are known with this scroll top. The finial is a modern replacement. The lower tablet is a replacement. The center mirror is newer. $300 - $400
615 Clocks- 3 (Three): American shelf clocks: (1) Jared Arnold, Jr., Amber, NY, triple decker shelf clock with a weight driven, 8 day, time and strike strap brass movement in a mahogany veneered case with a carved eagle splat., c 1838; (2) T. M. Roberts (for Henry Hart), Bristol, Conn., carved column and splat shelf clock with a weight driven 30 hour time and strike wood movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1835. (3) Birge & Gilbert, Bristol, Conn., full column and carved splat shelf clock with a weight driven, 8 day, time and strike strap brass movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1838.     (1) The case has significant veneer loss. The original painted dial has multiple horizontal loss lines. The hands are missing. The center door mirror is broken. The original lower glass shows loss. No weights; (2) The case has an old finish and has veneer loss is several areas. The original painted dial has horizontal loss lines. No weights. (3) There is veneer loss in several areas. The original painted dial is in excellent condition. The hands are original. The center tablet is mostly gone. The original lower tablet is intact with some loss. No weights. ***NOTES*** The dimensions are for clock number 1. $300 - $400
616 Clocks- 3 (Three): American shelf clocks: (1) Marsh, Gilbert & Co., Farmington, Conn., carved half column and carved eagle splat shelf clock with a weight driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1833; (2) Boardman & Wells, Bristol, Conn., carved half column and carved splat case only, c1835. (3) Solomon C. Spring, Bristol, Conn., half column shelf clock with a weight driven, 8 day, time and strike strap brass movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1860.     (1) The case has been refinished. The original painted dial has some loss at the screw holes. The hands appear original. The lower door glass has been replaced; (2) The case has been lightly refinished. The door mirror has age. (3) The case has original finish with veneer loss in several areas. The column gilt caps and bases have some loss. The original painted dial has loss. The hands are incorrect. The glass tablet has some flaking and back painting and is old, if not period. The 8 day weights are missing, ***NOTES*** The dimensions are for clock number 1. $250 - $350
617 Clocks- 4 (Four) American Shelf: (1) Jerome & Co., (New Haven), 8 day steeple clock, mahogany; (2) Seth Thomas, octagon top time and alarm cottage clock; (3) Seth Thomas Flat Top, time and alarm cottage clock and (4) Ansonia "TIVOLI" in oak, 8 day time and gong strike.     (1) The steeple is in very good original condition, with a super original tablet of the "New State Arsenal, New York", (2) this cottage has a damaged top trim molding, other nicks and scrapes, and paint loss to the dial; (3) Flat top is in overall good original condition, some scrapes, and (4) the Tivoli may have had its paper dial re-newed, and needs an Ansona pendulum, which are available from Timesavers. $300 - $400
618 Clocks- 4 (Four) and 1 (One) Barometer and 1 (One) gimbaled compass: three plug-in electric almanac clocks, two with planting information and one with baking information; desktop weather station with electric clock, thermometer and barometer; Wilfred O. White & Sons, Inc aneroid barometer; and a Baker Compass Co., Melrose, Mass., compass     an interesting assortment of clocks. None were tested. Dimensions are for almanac clocks, Sold "as is" $100 - $200
619 Clocks- 4 (Four) Carriage: Three French carriage clocks, 8 day, time only, two with cylinder escapements and one with a lever. The fourth clock is a Waterbury Clock Co. "Midge" 30 hour, spring driven, lever escapement miniature carriage clock, c1909.     one of the French clocks needs to have case parts reassembled. It is also missing a minute hand. The two cylinder escapement French clocks have broken balance staffs. All clocks have very dark brass patina. The largest French clock and the Midge tick and stop. Dimensions provided for largest French clock. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
620 Clocks- 4 (Four) Chiming Mantel: 3 Seth Thomas "Sonora" chime clocks, the first a 5 bell model in mahogany round top case, the second a 4 chime rod model in walnut round top case, the last a 4 bell model in an oak case. The final clock is two-movement chiming clock playing Westminster on cathedral gongs.     Round top Sonora does not have its chime movement, bezel, pendulum or glass. Walnut model is missing glass. Oak model is missing pendulum and glass. All clocks will need to be restored. Sold "as is". $350 - $450
621 Clocks- 4 (Four) Electro-mechanical: two Poole Mfg. Co., New York, "Executive", electro-mechanical battery-driven mantel timepieces, both with bakelite cases and silvered dials; Barr electro-mechanical battery-driven mantel timepiece with wood base and silvered dial; Tiffany "Neverwind" electro-mechanical timepiece.     The Barr and Neverwind have domes, but the one the Barr looks too tall. Barr has wrong pendulum (too long): Rear battery covers both Poole clocks are missing. Suspension spring on Neverwind is broken. All clocks will need servicing. Dimensions are for Poole clocks. Sold "as is". $200 - $350
622 Clocks- 4 (Four) European wall clocks: (1) Fl. Heike? Goriz, Germany R/A spring driven in a walnut case; (2) French baker's clock with glass dial; (3) Vienna regulator time only, weight driven in an oak case; (4) Vienna regulator time and strike, weight driven in an oak case     sold "as is". Clocks are all complete with pendulums and weights. Dimensions are of largest clock. $300 - $400
623 Clocks- 4 (Four) F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, 30 hour, spring driven balance wheel clocks including a "Thisle" alarm c1879, a "Trump" alarm c1882, a "Brush" novelty c1887, and "Good Luck" with Welch movement, c1880.     two of the clocks tick when wound, but all four will need attention. Some are missing setting or winding knobs. Metal surfaces are tarnished. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
624 Clocks- 4 (Four) Mantel: (1) Junghans, Germany, 8 day spring driven, three train chiming mantel clock; (2) Ansonia Clock Co., NY, 8 day spring driven, time & strike clock in a black iron case; (3) Ingraham, Briston, Conn., "Doric", 30 hour spring driven, time & strike with alarm; (4) France, 8 day spring driven, time only mantel clock in a black marble case.     clocks are mostly complete, but will need servicing. Sold "as is". $200 - $400
625 Clocks- 4 (Four) Novelty: partial clock in the form of a drum, Waterbury "Western Reserve Trust Co." novelty clock and coin bank, Sterling Clock Co. electric car clock, and Phinny-Walker "Keyless Clock" with rim wind and rim set.     all clocks will need service. Drum clock is incomplete. Hands missing from Waterbury. Sold "as is". $100 - $200
626 Clocks- 4 (Four) Wall Clocks: (1) English time only fusee movement postal wall timepiece; (2) New Haven "Erie" wall clock; (3) Seth Thomas "Observer" wall timepiece; (4) New Haven "12 Inch Balcony" wall timepiece.     clocks are in generally good condition but may have missing parts and need service. Dimensions are for Erie. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
627 Clocks- 4 (Four) Wood Case: (1) 30 hour time and strike with alarm mantel clock; (2) Trend time only miniature banjo; (3) Hanson Clock Co. three train chiming box clock; (4) large Asian reproduction wall clock with carved case and glass marked "Regulator A".     clocks are in generally good condition, but may have missing parts or need service. Dimensions are for large reproduction wall clock. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
628 Clocks- 4 (Four) Wooden Wall: (1) Small driven mission style wall clock; (2) Ansonia time only store regulator; (3) Waterbury time only drop octagon; (4) New Haven "Eclipse" hanging gingerbread clock.     most in good condition, but may be missing parts or in need of service. Dimensions are for Ansonia. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
629 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Salem" cabinet shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a solid oak case, c1894; (2) E. Ingraham & Co. unidentified model cabinet shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a solid oak case, c1893. (3) E, Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Huron" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1880. (4) Unidentified shelf clock with an Seth Thomas spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1885.     (1) The case has been refinished. The paper dial has aged. The hands appear to be correct. The movement is signed; (2) The case retains its original finish which has alligatored. The gilt dial is in nice condition. The hands are original. The movement is signed. (3) The case is in excellent condition with original finish. The paper dial has aged and there is loss in several areas. The hands are original. The door glasses are original. The movement is signed. (4) This clock may well be the "Baltic VP" from the F. Kroeber Clock Co. which used Seth Thomas movements as well as those from several other well known Connecticut manufacturers. The rosewood case is in near perfect condition, however most of the finish is gone. The paper dial shows significant discoloration. The hands are correct for this Kroeber model. Note: The largest dimensions fore for clock number 4. $300 - $450
630 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) Ansonia TURKEY in golden oak, embossed dial, 8 day; (2) Ansonia TORONTO in oak and with original crazed finish; (3) German copy of octagon top cottage clock, unknown duration, and (4) a German "Alt Deutsch" style shelf clock with a copy of the Ansonia 8 day movement.     in order; (1) oak TURKEY, the center final is not showing in the photo it is a replacement, case cleaned to golden oak. (2) TORONTO is in great as-found condition, some finish scraped off bottom moldings, but will refinish fine; (3) German cottage clock is well made and original, and (4) the German shelf lock is all original, movement complete and sound, but would benefit from cleaning., Lot is sold as-is. $300 - $400
631 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., Steeple shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement (iron back plate) in a mahogany veneered case, c1850; (2) Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., Steeple shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time, strike & alarm movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1845. (3) Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., Steeple shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1850. (4) Daniel Pratt & Sons, Reading, Mass., "Beehive" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1855.     (1) The case has veneer loss on the base. The case appears to have its original finish under a newer finish creating a dark appearance. The painted dial is signed. The hands are period and may be original. Both door glasses are original; (2) The case has minor veneer loss in several locations and its original finish has darkened with age. The original painted dial has some loss at the winding arbors and to the right of the time winding arbor. The hands are original. Both door glasses are original. (3) The rosewood veneered case has been refinished. The dial appears to have been repainted. The hands are original. The upper door glass is original. The door mirror appears to have been resilvered on old glass. (4) The case has minor veneer loss along the base. The case was refinished some time ago. The original painted dial has a finish coat to stop reduce the paint flaking. The hands are original. Note: The largest dimension is for clock number 4. $350 - $500
632 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Doric" shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1880; (2) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Octagon Doric Mosaic" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1880. (3) E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., unidentified model shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time, strike and alarm movement in an oak case, c1860. (4) Noah Pomeroy, Bristol, Conn., unidentified model shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1870.     (1) The case finish is original. There is veneer loss on both right and left base returns. The original paper dial has aged. The hands are correct. Both door glasses are original (2) The case has original finish and is in nice condition. The paper dial is in good condition. The hands may be replacements. The upper and lower door glasses are original with some restoration to the lower glass. (3) This clock, though unidentified, is pictured on page 498 of Tran Duy Ly's Book on Welch Clocks. The case has a very light finish and has one small area of damage on the top molding. Overall the case is in very nice condition. The painted dial is in very good condition with very little loss. The hands are original. (4) The case is in excellent condition with a light finish remaining. The paper dial shows some age. The hands are period and may be correct. The door glasses are both original. The movement is signed. $250 - $450
633 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Faultless" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a light wood case with black ornaments, c1884; (2) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Euphrates" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement in a black walnut case, c1885. (3) E. Ingraham Clock Co., unidentified shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a walnut case, c1885. (4) Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Nereid" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a walnut case, c1881.     (1) The case retains its original finish, somewhat alligatored. The paper dial has discolored. The hands are original. The door glass is a replacement. The movement is signed; (2) The case has a dark, original finish. One rosette is missing from the right side of the case. The original painted dial shows some loss at the winding arbors. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The stenciled door glass is original. (3) The case is in very good condition with only a very light finish remaining. The paper dial needs to be replaced. The hands are original. The stenciled door glass is original. The movement is signed. (4) The case has been refinished. The two finials projecting downwards from the blocks either side of the dial are missing. The paper dial is a replacement. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The stenciled door glass is original, but worn. $300 - $500
634 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Tulip", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement walnut mantel clock, c1895; (2) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Diadem", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement walnut mantel clock, c1881 (3) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Pansy", 8 day, time, strike spring and alarm brass movement walnut mantel clock, c1881. (4) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Westminster", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement oak mantel clock, c1915     (1) Refinished walnut case in nice condition. Paper dial has been replaced. Original hands, pendulum and tablet. Partial label on the back; (2) Walnut case looks to have a newer finish over remains of the old. Original paper dial has age darkened and is soiled around the winding arbors. Original hands, tablet and pendulum. Dark label on the back. (3) Walnut case that has remains of original finish. Original paper dial has age darkened with surface abrasion and soiled areas at the winding arbors. Original hands and pendulum. Original tablet has some wear to the decoration on the right side. Movement is signed. Clean label inside. (4) Oak case was refinished and now has a glossy finish. There is small repair to the right tip just above the round pressed oak decoration. Original paper dial has surface stains. Original hands and pendulum. The gold decoration on the door glass is a replaced. Nearly complete label on the back. $200 - $300
635 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) E. Ingraham Co., Bristol, Conn., "Western Union" hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day timepiece movement in a solid oak case, c1905; (2) E. Ingraham Co., Bristol, Conn., "Reliance" hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day timepiece movement in a solid oak case, c1911; (3) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "World" hanging clock with a spring driven double wind 30 day timepiece movement in an oak case, c1921; (4) Bench made wall clock with E. Howard & Co., NO. 5, 8 day, weight driven, time only nickel plated movement and Howard damascened pendulum bob with painted metal dial.     (1) The case has been refinished The original paper dial is in very good condition. The hands are original. The door glasses appear to be original. The pendulum bob has several large dents. The movement is signed; (2) The case has been nicely refinished. The original paper dial shows some wear and coloration in the center. The hands are original. The movement is signed. Both door glasses are original. (3) The case has been refinished. The painted dial is in very good condition with very minor areas of loss. The hands are original. The movement is signed. The upper door glass is original. (4) The period Howard movement and pendulum are in good condition. Note: The largest measurements are for clock number 2. $500 - $600
636 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "Alboni", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement walnut mantel clock, c1891; (2) E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., "Donita", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement walnut mantel clock, c1892. (3) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Paladin", 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement mantel clock, c1884 (4) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Fortress", city series, 8 day, time, strike and alarm spring brass movement walnut mantel clock, c1880.     (1) Walnut case in original finish in nice condition. Original paper dial has some surface abrasion and soiled areas at the winding arbors. Original hands, pendulum and tablet. Clean labels on the back; (2) Walnut case with partial finish loss and has a couple nails on the base to fix a loose foot. Original painted dial has small loss in the center area. Original hands, pendulum and tablet. (3) Walnut case in original finish. Original paper dial has age darkened a little with stains and soiled areas around the winding arbors. Original hands, pendulum and tablet. (4) Walnut case in an old finish in overall nice condition. Original painted dial has some surface wear. Original hands and pendulum. Worn label inside. $300 - $400
637 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) E. W. Adams, Seneca Falls, New York, 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement carved column and cornice top shelf clock, c1835; (2) David Dutton, Mount Vernon, New Hampshire, 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1830 (3) Pratt & Frost, Reading, Mass., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1830 (4) Julius Peck & Co., Litchfield, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1835     (1) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has loss on the base, the doors and top edge of the cornice. Some of the veneer on the doors has been replaced. Replaced mirror. Original wood dial is fairly clean for its age. Hands are missing; (2) Mahogany veneered case in original crazed finish. Original painted dial is in nice condition. Original hands and pendulum. Mirror missing. Darkened label with some loss inside. (3) Mahogany veneered case in original finish has loss on the base, repair at the bottom hinge, some loss on the gilt columns and some damage at the chimney caps. Original painted dial is clean for its age. Original hands. Replaced mirror. Dark label inside. (4) Mahogany veneered case has veneer loss on the base, the door and the left chimney block. Original painted dial is fairly clean for its age. Bottom right block is missing. Chimney caps are missing. No hands or pendulum. $250 - $350
638 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) Eli Terry & Son, Plymouth, Conn. 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1830; (2) Riley Whiting, Winchester, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock.c1830 (3) Williams Orten, Prestons & Co., Farmington, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, weight brass movement column and cornice shelf clock, c1840 (4) Jerome's & Darrow, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1830     (1) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has some loss on the base, the door and damage at the right carved paw foot. Original painted dial some wear to the chapter ring. No hands. Mirror or tablet is missing. Original stenciling on the columns and splat. Dark label inside; (2) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish is in nice condition with some minor age cracking at the door bottom. Original dial has some minor age cracking in the paint. Original movement and hands. Period mirror. Original stenciling on the columns and splat. Dark label inside. (3) Mahogany veneered case has loss on the base, center strip on the door, the columns and the top edge. It originally had a wide cornice on the top, now missing. Original painted dial has loss in the center area. Original hour hand. Center glass is a replacement. Case has a nice round front plate and square back plate brass movement, similar to S. B. Terry 8 day movement, but made by Williams, Orten & Prestons. (4) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has loss on the base, the door center strip, and the left side strip next to the door. Original painted dial in nice condition for its age. Nice stenciling on the columns. Replaced mirror and missing hands. Bell has been replaced. Clean label inside. $300 - $400
639 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) Riley Whiting, Winchester, Conn., half column shelf clock with a weight driven 30 hour time and strike wooden works movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1835; (2) C. & L. C. Ives, Bristol, Conn full column and eagle splat shelf clock with a weight driven, 8 day, time and strike riveted strap brass movement in a mahogany veneered Empire two decker case with tiger maple columns and trim and carved eagle splat, c1835; (3) Elisha Hotchkiss, Burlington, Conn., half column and splat shelf clock with a weight driven 30 hour time and strike wooden works movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1834. (4) Williams, Orton, Preston's & Co., Farmington, Conn., half column and splat shelf clock with a weight driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1838.     (1) The case has several areas of veneer loss. The hands and weights are missing. The dial has significant paint loss. The case top pillars, splat and returns are missing; (2) The case has veneer loss in several areas. The original painted dial has minor loss. The hands are original. The upper glass and decorated middle glass are original. The lower clear glass may be replaced. (3) There is extensive veneer loss on the base. The top right chimney, return and the splat are missing. The weights are missing. The original painted dial is in good condition but the numerals are weak. The upper door glass is original. the lower glass is a replacement. (4) The case has veneer damage and repair in multiple locations. The painted dial shows some wear. The hour hand is missing The upper door glass is original. The lower glass (mirror) may be a later replacement The weights are missing. ***NOTE*** The dimensions are for clock number 2. $300 - $400
640 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) Sessions Clock Co., Forestville, Conn., "Sentinel", 8 day, spring brass movement wall timepiece, c1910; (2) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Office No. 5", 8 day, spring brass movement wall timepiece, c1904. (3) E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., 8 (30?) day, spring brass movement unidentified model wall timepiece, c1892. (4) Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Fulton", 30 day, spring brass movement wall timepiece, c1914 Measurement is for the largest clock.     (1) Oak case has remains of original finish. Paper dial looks to be original has age darkened with some stains in the center. Original hands and door glass; (2) Oak case has been stripped of its original finish and needs a coat of shellac or varnish. Original painted dial has minor loss, but the rest of the dial has scattered small raised areas of paint. Original hands. (3) Walnut case in a dark red finish has some remains of original finish. One of the raised corner blocks on the door has a small piece missing. Paper dial looks to be a replacement and has turned yellow from an overcoat of applied varnish. Original hands and pendulum. This movement was used in regulator no. 11 and 12. (4) Refinished quarter sawn oak case in nice condition. Original paper dial has some light streaks and minor stains a the winding arbors, Original hands and pendulum. $200 - $300
641 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Plymouth Hollow, Conn., "Octagon Top" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike lyre movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1865; (2) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Venetian" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time & strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1875. (3) Atkins Clock Co., Bristol, Conn., "Round Top" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1875. (4) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "No. 254" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in an oak case, c1890.     (1) The case retains some original finish and has minor veneer loss in several areas. The movement is signed, The "ST" hands have age and may be original, The dial is a laminated paper replacement on the original zinc pan. The bottom door glass is original with in-painting. The top door glass is original; (2) The case finish is original however it is worn on the front of the case. The paper dial is in good condition. The hands are original. The two door glasses are original and the lower glass has had some restoration. (3) The case has been refinished. The paper dial is quite faded. The hands are original. The upper glass is original. The lower glass appears to be a replacement. (4) The case retains some original finish. The paper dial is quite dark. The hands may be replacements. The door glass appears to be original. The movement is signed. Note: The largest measurements are for clock number 4. $350 - $500
642 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "St. Louis" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement in a walnut case, c1884; (2) Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn., "Peerless" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1872. (3) Atkins Clock Co., Bristol, Conn., "Round Top #2" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1873. (4) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Arch Column No. 1" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1865.     (1) The case has been refinished after some veneer repair. The gilt trim around the door glasses has been painted with gold paint. The original painted dial is in good condition with minor loss around the winding arbors, The hands are original. The movement is signed. The door glasses are original; (2) The rosewood veneer is in excellent condition and retains its original finish. The original painted dial shows wear and poor restoration. The hands are original. The movement is signed. (3) With the exception of a small scratch on the base, the rosewood veneered case is in excellent condition with original finish. The paper dial has aged nicely. The hands are original. Both door glasses appear to be original. (4) There is veneer loss at several spots on the case. The original finish has darkened and there rare areas of loss. The original paper dial now shows discoloration. The hands are original. The door glasses are original with restoration to the bottom glass. Note: The largest dimensions are for clock number 4. $300 - $450
643 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) Terry & Andrews, Bristol, Conn., Double Steeple shelf clock with an spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1850; (2) Sperry (Henry) and Shaw (George L.), 10 Cortlandt St., New York, steeple shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time, strike and alarm movemement in a rosewood veneered case.c1848. (3) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn. steeple shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour timepiece movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1870. (4) Jerome & Co., New Haven, Conn., steeple shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and alarm movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1870.     (1) The case has substantial veneer loss. The painted dial has darkened and the hands are not original. The lower finials are missing and the lower final blocks and support blocks need to be reglued to the case. The label is is good condition. The upper door glasses are both original; (2) The case shows veneer loss. The original painted dial shows minor loss. The hands are original. The door glasses are original. The label is excellent. (3) The case has substantial veneer loss. The painted dial is original. The hour hand is a later replacement. (4) The case has substantial veneer loss. The original painted dial has darkened with age. The hands are original. The door glasses are original with some loss to the bottom tablet. ***NOTE*** The dimensions are for clock number 1. $200 - $300
644 Clocks- 5 (Five): (1) William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., "Capital No. 43", case only; (2) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, spring brass movement Sharp Gothic or steeple clock c1860 (3) William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., 8 day, time, strike and alarm spring brass movement shelf clock, c1870 (4) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn. 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement round top shelf clock, c1875 (5) Ansonia Brass & Copper Co., Ansonia, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement shelf clock. 1860     (1) Refinished oak case in nice condition. Original paper dial has poor repairs to the numbers. Original tablet; (2) Refinished mahogany and rosewood veneered case has some loss on the base and couple chips on the door. Original painted dial has scattered loss. Original hands and replaced tablet. Stained label inside. (3) Walnut case in original finish has loss it's top. Original paper dial has some surface abrasion and stains. Original tablet, pendulum and hands. (4) Rosewood veneered case in an old finish has minor veneer loss on the top right edge. Original dial has been repainted. Original hands. Stained label inside, (5) Rosewood veneered case in an old finish has some loss on the right molded front and the base. Original painted dial is soiled at the winding arbors. Original hands. Bottom tablet now clear. Dark label inside. $200 - $300
645 Clocks- 5 (Five) Mantel: small time and strike gothic in a mahogany case, a Sessions time and strike in an oak case, a Waterbury time and strike in a black enameled iron case, a Seth Thomas time and strike in a mahogany case sold by Henry Birks & Sons, and a time only "Tucker Bronze" in a cast iron case.     some clocks are missing pendulums and all will need to be serviced. The small balance wheel movement in the cast iron time-only is incomplete. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
646 Clocks- 4 (Four): (1) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Doric" shelf clock with a 30 hour spring driven time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1875; (2) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Mosaic Doric" shelf clock with an 8 day spring driven time and strike movement. in a rosewood veneered case, c1875. (3) Welch, Spring & Co., Forestville, Conn., "Italian No. 3" shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and alarm movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1878. (4) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Alderman" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in an oak case, c1885.     (1) The case finish has deteriorated. The paper dial is darkened. The glasses are original. The pendulum bob is missing; (2) The original paper dial and door glasses are in nice condition. The mosaic case frame is showing some separation. The label is excellent. (3) There is some veneer damage on the lower case front. The paper dial may be a repalcement. The glasses are original. There is a nice label. (4) The dial, bezel and hands are missing. The time side spring is broken. The case is missing part of the top. The door glass and design are original. $200 - $300
647 Clocks- 5 (Five): (1) Herschede Hall Clock Co., Cincinnati, OH. "No. 20" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time and westminster strike movement in a dark wood case, c1920; (2) International Time Recording Co., Endicott, NY, hanging clock with a spring driven, 8 day double wind timepiece movement. (3) Store regulator with oak case only. (4) Store regulator with oak case only. (5) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., "Stork" hanging clock with a spring driven 30 day timepiece movement in an oak case.     (1) The case finish is very dark, but original. The silvered dial shows wear. The hands appear original; (2) The case is in rough condition. The dial and hands appear correct and in good condition. (3) The case is in rough condition. The top is missing. The door glasses are original. (4) The case top is missing. There is bottom door glass that appears to be original. (5) The original dial is in very good condition with some staining. The hands are original. The case retains an original finish. The case top piece is missing. $200 - $300
648 Clocks- 5 (Five): (1) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Sharp Gothic" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1880; (2) Jerome & Co., New Haven, Conn., miniature steeple shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and alarm movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1870. (3) F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, "Dictator" shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1885. (4) Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn., Round Gothic shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1850, (5) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., Round Gothic shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time, strike and alarm movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1865.     (1) Minor veneer loss. original finish; original painted dial with substantial loss; very sharp original door glass; (2) Multiple areas of small veneer loss. Original finish. Original painted dial and hands. Both door glasses are original. (3) Original finish; original paper dial has yellowed; original hands; original door glass; (4) Very minimal veneer loss; case has some original finish; original painted dial replaced with a paper dial; hands are period and may be original; top door glass is original; bottom tablet replaced. (5) The case has very minor veneer loss on the base returns; finish is original; the painted dial and hands are original; the door glasses are original. ***NOTE*** Dimensions are for clock number 1. $250 - $350
649 Clocks- 5 (Five): (1) Samuel Terry, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1830; (2) David Dutton, Mount Vernon, New Hampshire, 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement quarter column & splat shelf clock, c1830 (3) Silas Hoadley, Plymouth, Conn., 30 hour, time, strike and alarm weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1830 (4) E.& G. W. Bartholomew, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1830 (5) Elisha Hotchkiss, Burlington, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement short pendulum turned column & splat shelf clock, c1832.     (1) Refinished mahogany veneered case has loss on the base and the door cross strip. Original painted dial has loss across the center. Original hands. Remains of original stenciling on the splat and columns. Bottom glass is missing; (2) Mahogany veneered case in poor condition with general loss and damage on the door. Door glass, dial and splat are missing. Dark label inside. (3) Mahogany veneered case in original finish has some loss on the base and is missing its top. Original painted dial is in poor condition with reglued cracks and repairs on the bottom edge. The alarm part of the original movement is missing. Tablet is a replacement. "Time is Money" tablet has some loss. Hands are missing. (4) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has loss on the base and the door cross strip. Original painted dial has loss across the center. Original hands. Replaced tablet. Remains of original candy striping on the columns. Chimneys and replaced splat are inside. Dark label inside. (5) Mahogany veneered case has general veneer loss and a break to the door frame. Original painted dial has scattered loss. Remains of original stenciling on the columns and splat. Couple of pieces of the original tablet inside. Dark label inside $250 - $350
650 Clocks- 5 (Five): American shelf clocks: (1) Jerome's Gilbert, Grant & Co., Bristol, Conn., round side shelf clock with a weight driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1839; (2) Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., steeple shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1850 (3) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., "Gypsy Line B" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in an oak case, c1911. (4) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Round Band" shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1870. (5) Terry & Andrews, Bristol, Conn., steeple shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike lyre movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1848.     (1) The case retains an original finish and is in very good condition with the exception of a depressed are on the right side of the case. The painted dial is in very good condition but is a replacement. The hands appear to be original. The door glass and mirror both appear to be original. Part of the mirror surface has been scraped away. The weights are missing; (2) The case has been refinished with minor veneer loss. The original dial has been poorly repainted. The hands are period. The upper door glass has been replaced. The lower door etched glass is original with wear. (3) The case is darkly stained. The painted dial has loss at the winding holes. The Hands are original. The door glass is original. (4) The case finish is original with some minor veneer loss. The painted dial has substantial loss. The hands are original. The top door glass is cracked. The bottom door glass is original. (5) The case has a newer finish and several areas of veneer loss and veneer repair. The dial has been poorly restored. The hands may be original. The two door glasses are original. ***NOTES*** The dimensions are for clock number 1. $250 - $350
651 Clocks- 6 (Six) American and European: (1) Terry Clock Co.,15 day skeleton timepiece with broken dome; (2) Smallest Terry Clock Co.,iron cased alarm; (3) S. B. Terry (Terry Clock Co) Marine lever; (4) c1850 German wooden works dial clock with CROWN WHEEL, cows tail; (5) Seth Thomas ebonized case alarm and (6) French boudoir mirror timepiece [rear wind watch movement]     in order, Terry skeleton is nice, complete and sound with good dial, but needs dome, Small iron alarm is missing rear label, otherwise complete and running. The dial of the Marine Lever is flaking and will need repainting, however this is a 2 ball TORSION movement, uncommon, movement with pat date of Oct 5, 1852. The German dial clock is missing a piece of the dial, lower left, no weights, no pendulum disc, and the dial is distressed...rare. The Seth Thomas alarm is unknown and the boudoir clock lacks hands and is not running, still unique. All sold as-is $250 - $350
652 Clocks- 6 (Six) American shelf clocks: (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Plymouth Hollow, Conn., column shelf clock with a brass spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a mahogany case, c1850; (2) Atkins & Porter, Bristol, Conn., quarter column shelf clock with a weight driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1845. (3) J. C. Brown, Forestville, Conn. half column shelf clock with a weight driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c 1850. (4) Seth Thomas, Plymouth Hollow, Conn., half column shelf clock with a weight driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1855. (5) Sperry & Shaw, 10 Cortlandt St., New York., 4 column NY style case only, c1845. (6) Daniel Pratt, Reading, Mass OG shelf clock with a weight driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1860.     (1) The case has been refinished, the dial has some loss and the door glasses are original and lower tablet by Wm. B. Fenn. The name on the movement has been over stamped (2) The case has some original finish, a touched up painted dial and original door glasses. (3) The case has some original finish, the original painted dial has some loss and the door glasses are original. (4) The case has been refinished, the original painted dial touched up and the door glasses are original with back side repainting to the lower glass. (5) The rosewood case finish is mostly original. The door has two excellent period glasses. There is no movement, dial, hands, weights or pendulum bob. (6) The case has some original finish with veneer loss. The original signed painted dial has loss at the lower right corner. The weights are missing. ***NOTE*** The dimensions are for clock no. 6. $200 - $300
653 Clocks- 6 (Six) Shelf & Novelty: an assortment of small clocks including a Seth Thomas Art Nouveau novelty clock, miniature porcelain clock by New Haven, miniature steeple by Fynetone Co.,three round top iron case clocks in different sizes by The Terry Clock Company.     clocks are in generally good condition but may need service. Dimensions are for largest Terry round-top clock. Sold "as is", $200 - $300
654 Clocks- 6 (Six) Wall: one weight driven banjo clock, a reproduction gravity clock, two German time and strike box clocks, a German time and strike Freischwinger and a Waterbury time-only drop octagon with simple calendar.     clocks have some missing parts such as pendulums, crests, and finials. All will need servicing. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
655 Clocks- 6 (Six): (1) Boardman and Wells, Bristol, Conn., steeple shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike fusee movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1844; (2) Boardman and Wells, Bristol, Conn., steeple shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1844. (3) J. J. Beals & Co., Boston, Mass., steeple shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement (J. C. Brown, Forestville, Conn) in a mahogany veneered case, c1850. (4) Jerome & Co., New Haven, Conn steeple shelf clock (case only) c1860. (5) Brewster & Ingrahams, Bristol, Conn. steeple shelf clock with a (brass) spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a mahogany veneered case, c1850. (6) German mini steeple shelf clock with a 30 hour time and alarm movement in a veneered case, c1870.     (1) The case has veneer loss on the sides, The original dial is in good conditions with several minor stains. The hands are oriiginal. The door glasses are both original; (2) The case has substantial veneer loss. The original painted dial is in good condition. The hands are original. The door glasses are both original. (3) The case has veneer loss and lifting. The original painted dial has darkened with age. The hands are period and appear original. (4) The case has lost much of its veneer (5) The case has veneer loss. The original painted dial has some paint loss. The hands are original.as are the door glasses. (6) The case is in very nice condition.The original painted dial has minor paint loss. The hands are original. The label is excellent. The door glasses are both original. ***NOTE*** The demensions are for clock number 1 $200 - $300
656 Clocks- 6 (Six): (1) Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight brass movement OG shelf clock, c1850; (2) C. Boardman, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight brass movement OG shelf clock, c1845 (3) William L. Gilbert, Winchester, Conn. 30 hour, time and strike, weight brass movement OG shelf clock, c1842 (4) Forestville Mfg. Co., J. C. Brown, Bristol, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, weight brass movement OOG shelf clock. (5) Unknown, 30 hour, time and strike, weight brass movement OG shelf clock, c1860 (6) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight brass movement OG shelf clock, c1870     (1) Rosewood veneered case has some loss on the outer band, couple spots on the door and bottom case sides. Original painted dial has loss on the upper half. Original tablet has scattered loss. Original hands. Dark label inside; (2) Mahogany veneered case has some loss on the outer band and a small chip on the door. Original painted dial has some wear to the decorative flowers. Original tablet in nice condition. No hands. Clean label inside. (3) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has small loss on the outer band corners and repairs on the door. Original painted dial has scattered loss. Mismatched hands. Original tablet has scatter loss. Clean label inside. (4) Rosewood veneered case in an old finish has loss on the outer band, the door and the sides bottom edge. Original painted dial has some scattered loss. Original tablet is broken. Replaced hands. Slight dark label inside. (5) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has minor loss on the outer band. Painted dial in nice condition for its age. Original tablet. No hands. 6) Mahogany veneered case in original finish has a couple chips on the outer band. Original painted dial has scattered loss. Original hands. Original tablet has some loss in the center and the background. Clean label inside. $200 - $300
657 Clocks- 6 (Six): (1) David Dutton, Mount Vernon, New Hampshire, 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement quarter column & splat shelf clock, c1830; (2) Williams Orten, Prestons & Co., Farmington, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1832 (3) Putnam Bailey, Goshen, Conn., flat column & splat case, c1830 with later movement (4) Williams Orten, Prestons & Co., Farmington, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1832 (5) George Marsh & Co., Farmington, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1830 (6) George Marsh & Co., Farmington, Conn. Half column & splat case only, c1830     (1) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has veneer loss on the base. Top is a replacement. Original painted dial is clean. Original hands. Period mirror. Dark label inside; (2) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish in nice condition. Original painted dial has some wear to the chapter ring. Original hands and pendulum. Original stenciling on the columns. Slight dark label inside. (3) Mahogany veneered case with curly maple columns in an old finish has small loss on the cross strip. Case currently has a sessions spring movement. (4) Refinished mahogany veneered case has veneer loss on the base and upper right column block. Dial restored. Original bottom glass now clear. Original hands. (5) Refinished mahogany veneered case has a small veneer piece missing on the base. Period mirror and original hands. Dial is missing. Clean label inside. (6) Mahogany veneered case in original finish. Period mirror. $200 - $300
658 Clocks- 6 (Six): (1) E. Ingraham & Co.,Bristol, Conn., "Venetian" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1875; (2) E. Ingraham Clock Co., Bristol, Conn., "Halcyon" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a walnut case, c1881. (3) Unmarked shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a celluloid covered case. (4) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., Phoenix shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a walnut case, c1881. (5) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., "Era" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement in a rosewood veneered case with putty grained front, c1883, (6) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn. unidentified shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a walnut case, c1890.     (1) The case has some original finish. The door glasses are original. The hands are not original. The dial has severely darkened; (2) The dial has been yellowed with a finish. The hands are original. The door glass and design are original. (3) The case has surface loss. The dial is worn. The door glass is original. (4) The case has a darkened but original finish. The paper dial is original as are the hands. The door glass is original. (5) The case has its original finish. There is some veneer loss. The paper dial is original but somewhat faded. The hands are original. The door glass is original. The pendulum bob is missing. (6) The case finish has lost its finish. The paper dial has been replaced. The hands appear original. The door glass is original. ***NOTE*** The dimensions are for clock number 2 $225 - $400
659 Clocks- 6 (Six): (1) Elisha Hotchkiss, Jr., Burlington, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement half column & splat shelf clock, c1832; (2) E. N. Welch Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn., 8 day, time, strike and alarm weight brass movement OG shelf clock, c1865 (3) Unknown, 30 hour, time and strike, weight brass movement OG shelf clock, c1840 (4) Forestville Mfg. Co., J. C. Brown, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight brass movement OG shelf clock, c1850 (5) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight brass movement OG shelf clock, c1860 (6) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight brass movement OG shelf clock, c1860     (1) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has some loss on the base and one corner block. Original painted dial has age darkened with some minor wear. Original hands, and mirror. Top is a replacement. Clean label inside; (2) Refinished mahogany veneered case in nice condition has had a repair on the bottom outer band. Original painted dial has some minor wear at the mounting pins. Original tablet has some scattered loss. Hands are probably replaced. Partial dark label inside. (3) Refinished mahogany veneered case has a couple veneer chips on the outer band. Original painted dial has some loss at the winding arbors and the mounting pins. Bottom glass is placed. Label is missing. (4) Refinished mahogany and rosewood veneered case has some loss in spots on the outer band and some damage on the center strip. Original painted dial has some loss at the mounting pins, the winding arbors and scattered small spots of loss. Original mirror. Hands look to be original. Clean label inside. (5) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has some loss on the outer band. Original painted dial has scattered loss. Original hands. Original tablet has some loss to the green background. Clean label inside. (6) Mahogany veneered case in an original baked finish has some loss on the outer band, small area next to the door knob and the top OG molding. Original painted dial is very clean with some minor loss at the mounting pins. Original hands and tablet. Stained label inside. $200 - $300
660 Clocks- 6 (Six): (1) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., "Cottage Extra" shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case; (2) E. N. Welch, Forestville, Conn., cottage shelf clock with a 30 hour timepiece movement in a rosewood veneered case. (3) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., cottage shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case. (4) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., cottage shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and alarm movement in a rosewood veneered case. (5) Jerome & Co., New Haven, Conn., "Cottage No. 2" shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time, strike and alarm movement in a veneered case. (6): Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., cottage shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case.     (1) The case retains its original finish and there are no veneer issues. The painted dial has substantial loss. The hands are original. The door frame has been painted gold. The glasses are original with loss to the bottom glass; (2) A very clean and original clock in terms of the finish, dial, hands and door glasses. (3) The case has lost its finish. The dial has substantial loss. The hands may be original. The door glasses are original. (4) The dial, alarm ring and hour hand are missing. The case has its original finish with no veneer issues. The door glasses are original. (5) The case has substantial veneer loss on the base. The dial, hands and door glasses are original. (6) The clock is in very nice condition with respect to finish, dial, hands and glasses. It is missing the case top return molding on the right hand side. ***NOTE*** The deminsions are for clcok number 1. $200 - $300
661 Clocks- 6 (Six): (1) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn., 30 hour, time, strike and alarm spring brass movement Sharp Gothic or steeple clock, c1870; (2) New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement Sharp Gothic or steeple clock, c1870 (3) William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., 8 day, time, strike and alarm Sharp Gothic or steeple clock, c1870 (4) Ansonia Clock Co., Ansonia, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, spring brass movement Sharp Gothic or steeple clock, c1870 (5) Elisha Manross, Bristol, Conn., Sharp Gothic or steeple case only, c1850 (6) William L. Gilbert Clock Co., Winsted, Conn., 30 hour, time, strike and alarm spring brass movement Sharp Gothic or steeple clock, c1870     (1) Refinished mahogany veneered case has some small damage on the base and one finial tip broken off. Original painted dial has some loss at the winding arbors. Mismatched hands. Tablet has been restored. Clean label inside; (2) Refinished mahogany veneered case has loss the veneer on the base. Original painted dial has scattered loss and poor repairs to the numbers. Replaced hands. Original tablet has some scattered loss to the background. Dark label on the back. (3) Mahogany veneered case in original finish has minor loss on the base and some loss to the gilt moldings. Original painted dial is soiled at the winding arbors and loss at the mounting screws. Original hands and tablet. Dark label inside. (4) Mahogany veneered case in original finish has loss on the base, the upper left edge and a broken finial tip . Original painted dial has loss some staining and number wear. Minute hand is missing. Original tablet has loss in the center. Dark label inside. (5) Refinished mahogany and rosewood veneered case has loss on the base. Original balloon tablet and dial with scattered loss. Clean label inside. (6) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has general veneer loss. Original painted dial has scattered loss and wear. Replaced hands. Original tablet has minor loss. Dark label inside. $200 - $300
662 Clocks- 7 (Seven) German Wall Clocks: 8 day, time and strike, spring driven RA clocks by makers including Becker; (2), Junghans, Braukmann, Uhrenfabrik Neustadt AG, and others     may be missing parts such as finials, crests, trim, or suspension springs. Clocks will need to be serviced. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
663 Clocks- 7 (Seven) spring driven: Four time and strike wood case tambour clocks by Seth Thomas and Sessions, one black mantel clock with slate case and Japy Freres movement, Schatz "Royal Mariner" ship's clock, and a time-only carriage clock from France.     all clocks sold "as is". $200 - $300
664 Clocks- 7 (Seven): (1) Connecticut Clock Co., New York, 30 hour, time and strike, weight brass movement OG shelf clock, c1850; (2) George V. House, New York, 30 hour, time and strike, weight brass movement OG shelf clock, c1845 (3) Sperry & Shaw, New York, 30 hour, time and strike, weight brass movement OG shelf clock, c1845 (4) Chauncey Jerome, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight brass movement OG shelf clock, c1840 (5) B. Young & Co., St. Stevens, New Brunswick, Canada, 30 hour, time and strike, weight brass movement OG shelf clock (movement was made by Atkins & Porter, Bristol, Conn), c1845 (6) Unknown New York maker, 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement OG shelf clock, c1840 (7) Chauncey Jerome, New Haven, Conn., 8 day, time and strike, weight brass movement double door OOG shelf clock, c1860     (1) Rosewood veneered case is in poor condition with missing parts and veneer. Original wood dial, hour hand, gong and pendulum; (2) Mahogany and birdseye maple veneered case in an old finish has veneer loss on the outer band. Original painted wood dial has scattered loss. Original hands. Period tablet looks to be original. Dark label inside. (3) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has loss on the outer band, the door and the sides. Original painted wood dial is badly warped and split in half. Original frosted tablet has some loss on the border. Label inside has some loss. (4) Refinished mahogany veneered case has minor loss on the outer band. Original embossed brass dial has some loss to the black in the numbers. Original hands. Tablet is a later replacement. Gong bass and gong are missing. Clean label inside. (5) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has minor loss on the outer band. Original painted metal dial has some scattered loss. Original tablet has some wear to the design. Hands are missing. Dark label inside. (6) Mahogany veneered case has loss on the outer band and the left side. Original painted dial is very clean with some minor wear. Original hands and tablet that has some loss in the center. Little remains of the label. (7) Mahogany veneered case in an old finish has a small chip on the bottom band. Original painted dial has some wear and loss at the mounting pins. Original mirror and hands. Dark label inside. $200 - $300
665 Clocks- 7 (Seven): (1) Elisha Manross, Bristol, shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case with inlay, c1850; (2) Seth Thomas, Plymouth Hollow, Conn., cottage shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and alarm movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1850. (3): Brewster & Co., Bristol, Conn., cottage shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and alarm movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1850. (4) Seth Thomas, Plymouth Hollow, Conn., cottage shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1850. (5) Daniel Pratt, Reading, Mass., cottage clock with a spring driven 30 hour timepiece movement in a rosewood veneered case, c1855. (6) S. B. Terry, Terryville, Conn., shelf clock with a 30 hour timepiece movement (incomplete) in a paper finished case, c1850. (7) Waterbury Clock Co., Waterbury, Conn. steeple shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike case in a mahogany veneered case, c 1855.     (1) The finish has been lost. The dial has been repainted. The hour hand is missing; (2) The dial board, dial and minute hands are replacements. There is minor veneer loss. The finish is heavily mottled. The glass tablet is cracked. (3) The dial is missing. The hands are replacements, There is some veneer loss. (4) There is veneer loss. The dial has been poorly repainted. The "ST" hands are original. The base is loose and needs to be reglued. (5) There is veneer loss. The gilt pieces have been painted gold. The dial has darkened and is showing loss. (6) The front plate to the ladder movement is missing. The hands and dial are missing. The paper finish is largely dried out and gone. (7) There is veneer loss. The dial has paint loss and the hands are missing. ***NOTE*** The dimensions are for clock number 4. $200 - $300
666 Clocks- 8 (Eight) Automobile and Travel: Swiss and American, by Waltham, Eterna, Concord, Octava, and others     five running, the others with good staffs $200 - $300
667 Clocks- 8 (Eight) clocks and one clock case including: 3 ogee clocks, one wooden and two brass works by Sperry & Shaw, Elisha Manross, and William S. Johnson; 2 half column and splat clocks by Daniel Pratt and David Dutton; French perpetual calendar clock parts signed R. Heslop, Paris; Unsigned German cuckoo clock; French crystal regulator with Marti movement; Black slate mantel clock case with red marble accents.     most have condition and completeness issues. Though missing a pendulum, the crystal regulator is in very nice condition. Cuckoo clock is in good condition. Dimensions are for the tallest half column and splat. Sold "as is". $350 - $550
668 Clocks- 8 (Eight) German: seven 400 day clocks by Schatz and Kundo and one chiming clock by the Cuckoo Clock Manufacturing Company.     two of the 400 day clocks do not have domes. Dimensions provided are for chiming clock. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
669 Clocks- 8 (Eight) Jefferson Electric Company, Bellwood, Illinois, "Golden Hour" electric mystery clock with hands suspended in clear glass dial in gold plated cases with classic mid-century modern design.     clocks are in overall good cosmetic condition, a few with replaced cords. Clocks were not tested. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
670 Clocks- 8 (Eight) Mantel and Parlor: assorted 8 day, time and strike, two with alarm, in wood cases by makers including Sessions, Welch, Waterbury, Seth Thomas, Ingraham, and New Haven.     sold "as is". $300 - $400
671 Clocks- 8 (Eight) Mantel and Shelf: Lot includes a Seth Thomas and Sons mantel clock in the French style, Gilbert time and strike porcelain clock in violet, Seth Thomas "Long Alarm", Ingraham black mantel clock with applied metal ornaments, Ingraham "Calais" mantel clock, Chauncey Jerome 30 hour steeple clock with alarm, Gilbert "Vane" mantel clock, and a Seth Thomas, Plymouth Hollow, 30 hour ogee with alarm.     most in fair to good condition. May be missing parts and in need or repair. Dimensions are for ogee. Sold "as is". $200 - $300
672 Clocks- 9 (Nine): (1) American iron front case (no movement) c1860; (2) American iron front shelf clock with a spring driven, 8 day timepiece movement, c1860. (3) American iron front shelf clock with a 30 hour timepiece movement and a "Mermaid Times" label on the case bottom, c1860. (4) Forestville Mfg. Co., Forestville, Conn shelf clock with an 8 day spring driven time and strike movement in a wooden case with gilt design and MOP inlay, c1860. (5) A. S. Platt & Co., Bristol, Conn. iron front (painted with MOP inlay) shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement, c1860. (6) Waterbury Clock Co., 4 Courtland St., New York, painted iron front shelf clock with a 30 hour time and strike movement, c1860. (7) Unmarked American iron front (painted) shelf clock with a 30 hour time & strike spring driven movement, c1860. (8) F. Kroeber Clock Co., New York, iron front shelf clock with a spring driven 30 hour time and strike movement, c1865. (9) Upson Brothers, Bristol, Conn. iron front beehive shelf clock (paint and MOP inlay) with a spring driven, 8 day, time and strike movement (Morse No. (1), c1855     (1) Copper or bronze case; (2) The dial and bezel are missing. (3) The dial glass is cracked, the lower window bezel and glass are missing and the movement needs a new main spring. (4) The dial glass and lower bezel and glass are missing. The original painted dial is signed J. C. Brown, Bristol, CT. (5) The gong is missing. (6) The case retains most of the original painting, with some restoration, (7) Paint restoration to the top of the case. (8) The iron front paint and gilt embellishments are now gone. (9) The hands are missing. $350 - $450
673 Clocks- 10 (Ten) Mantel and Desk: Clocks include four black mantel clocks by Sessions, Waterbury, and Seth Thomas; flat and round top time and strike mantel clocks by Sessions and Gilbert; three metal and one wood case time only desk clocks.     most in fair to good condition, but may be missing parts or in need of service. Dimensions are for one of the black mantel clocks. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
674 Clocks- 11 (Eleven) European and American Clocks: Lot includes 2 Chelsea easel clocks, one with the black "Chinese Lacquer" motif; Waltham 8 day clock clock; German made alarm clock; Lux "Automatic Range Timer"; Swiss-made 15 jewel travel clock; desk clock with Bulova Accutron movement; Swiss-made easel clock with blue dial; Seth Thomas electric car clock; mantel clock with Asian movement; E. Howard & Co. gallery clock fitted with a battery movement.     dimensions for gallery clock are given. Sold "as is". $300 - $500
675 Clocks- 13 (Thirteen) American: two 19th century cottage models, plus later alarm clocks and desk timepieces. Alarms include 6 from WWII, "War Alarms" as printed on the dials, four of these are in square, hard molded paper mache cases with original black finish. 4 mixed nickel plated alarms (one in a carriage style case) and a mid century Westclox Big Ben.     the 2 mahogany veneered cottage clocks (one Welch, One Seth Thomas) are in generally good original condition, with original hands, tablets and dials; finish on Welch is excellent the ST finish is discolored and worn on base.. ST dial with stains. The alarms are generally complete and sound except for the one bell top that has a water damaged dial. A mixed lot sold as-is, but with good potential. $100 - $200
676 Clocks- 13 (Thirteen): (1) Horolovar repro of Flying Pendulum clock; (2) Oil lamp clock with shade (Pride of America); (3) c1904-Plato digital leaf clock; (4) Miniature New Haven OG (6in); (5) tiny 2 in movement German wall clock, weight driven; (6) New Haven lighthouse clock LESS top, duplex movement intact, (7) Mini YALE pendulette steeple clock; (8) Paper Weight ball clock, sig Brown & Willis, Fitchburg. (9) A. E. Hotchkiss nickel plated pendulette (10) Waterbury brass cased mini alarm; (11) German chain drive souvenir clock; (12) 1916 Nojar stem wind watch-clock in hard rubber case; (13) Door stop clock, Lady with broken arm.     lot sold as, is most items restorable. $200 - $300
677 Clocks- 15 (Fifteen) American and European shelf clocks: including a Seth Thomas "Sonora" chime clock, two 30-hour cottage clocks, two Ingraham "Doric" clocks, a Junghans electro-mechanical clock, a brass-cased French clock sold by Tilden Thurber Co., a weight driven ogee clock, a sharp gothic clock, a French time-only mantel clock, a modern chiming bracket clock, two 30-hour clocks by Chauncey Jerome, a small pillar & scroll clock, and a wall clock by the Self-Winding Clock Company.     sold for restoration or parts. Sold "as is". $500 - $650
678 Clocks- 15 (Fifteen): (1) Germany, Kundo, 400 day, anniversary timepiece under a dome; (2) Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., 8 day, time and strike seven jewel ship's bell wall clock, c1940 (3) Horolovar Co., "Ignatz", 30 hour, spring brass movement flying pendulum novelty timepiece, c1970 (4) E. Ingraham & Co., Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike octagon top mantel clock, c1870. (5) France, 8 day, spring brass movement oval form carriage clock, c1900 (6) Unknown, 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement case. (7) Seiko Quartz, pyramid form mantel clock. (8) Seth Thomas Clock Co.,Thomaston, Conn. 8 day, time, strike and alarm small column & cornice shelf clock, c1870. (9) Horolovar Co., 30 hour, spring brass movement "Briggs Rotary", novelty timepiece, c1970. (10) France, 8 day, time and strike, spring brass movement black marble mantel timepiece. (11) E. & G. W. Bartholomew, Bristol, Conn., 30 hour, time and strike, weight wood movement hollow column shelf clock, c1830 (12) Unknown, 30 hour, spring brass lever movement octagon wall timepiece, c1870 (13) Jerome's & Darrow, Bristol, Conn., empty case. (14) Unknown, S. B. Terry?, 30 hour, time and strike, weight brass movement small OG shelf clock. (15) Jerome's & Darrow, Bristol, Conn. half column & splat clock case, c1835     (1) Brass case is tarnished. Porcelain dial is fine. Original hands; (2) Heavy cast brass case has some surface tarnish. Original silvered dial in very nice condition. Original hands. (3) Dark stained wood case in good condition having all its brass ornaments. Clean dial and original hands. (4) Cherry case in original finish has some scratches. No dial, pendulum or hands. Part of the strike train is missing. (5) Heavy cast brass case in nice condition has wear to the lacquer finish. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands. (6) Empty case with a wood movement that has its parts in a separate.bag. We assume the movement is complete, but not have attempted to assemble it. (7) Plastic form case with brass accents in nice condition. (8) Mahogany veneered case in original finish has some scattered loss. Original painted dial, hands and mirror. (9) This timepiece is in very nice condition with original dial, hands and pendulum. (10) Black marble case has a little roughness on the base. Original porcelain dial is perfect. Original hands. (11) Mahogany veneered case in original finish has minor veneer loss. Bottom and middle door are missing. Original painted dial has some loss. Original hands. (12) Case is stripped of its veneer. Dial has been repainted and the numbers poorly done. Original hands. (13) Mahogany veneered case missing the columns, splat and movement. Original tablet is cracked. (14) Stripped mahogany veneered case has small veneer loss on the base and chip on the door. Original painted dial has poor repairs to the numbers. Original hands. Remains of a dark label inside. Both glasses are missing. (15) Nice mahogany veneered case in good condition. Original painted dial. Case now has an electric movement installed. Replaced tablet. $200 - $300
679 Clocks- 16 (Sixteen) Alarm, Travel, and Car: small clocks including and 8 day Waltham with black dial for the U.S. Navy, a Pierce-Arrow car clock, a Taunus 8 day car clock in brass and glass dash mount, as well as several alarm clocks and travel clocks.     sold "as is". $300 - $400
680 Clocks- 20 (Twenty) Glass Paperweight: a large assortment of spherical desk clocks, most Swiss and American 30 hour, some with jeweled movements. Makers include Doxa, New Haven, Lux, Waterbury, and others. Lot also includes parts to about 5 more glass paperweight clocks.     a few of the complete clocks wind, tick, and set. None were tested long term. Sold "as is". $350 - $500
681 Library table- rose marble top on heavily carved base with mahogany and rosewood elements, stylized ball feet and heavily carved apron and knees     the table is very heavy (over 150lbs) and in excellent condition with some loose joints and one piece of the top molding on left hand side under the tablature is absent. $500 - $700
682 Assorted Antiques: Dozens of small antiques including a sandglass, carved bone box, brass combination lock, turned wood container, small music box, lap desk, three green glass bottles, assorted glassware including fly traps, color prints of the birds of North America, snuff bottles, and more. One standout item is the cast spelter inkwell in the form of an imp's head.     sold "as is". $350 - $450
683 Dolls- 3 (Three), the first a Kestner 154 bisque head with blue eyes and articulated kid body, human hair wig, later 20th century clothing, c1890, 23", the next a reproduction Kestner 221 "Googly Eye", 18", and a mid 20th century wood and composition doll, open mouth, sleep eyes, 23in     154 with repairs to body, split right foot, one broken finger, replaced wig, eyes not sleeping, 221 good, compo doll good with minor losses to paint $350 - $550
684 Paintings- 4 (Four) oil on canvas portraits, two with frames, 19th century, together with a pair of late 18th century carved portrait frames, and a pair of late 19th century, enhanced photographic portraits in frames     with losses and minor damage $300 - $400
685 Paintings- 6 (Six) still life and landscape paintings, one oil on panel, the others oil on canvas, 19th and 20th century, dimensions of largest listed     paintings dirty, with minor damage and losses $300 - $400
686 Chairs- 3 (Three) American: (1) Shaker style, ladderback rocker with three slats with original paint and early rush seat, circa 1780; (2) New England bow and brace back Windsor side chair, double urn center stretcher, seven spindle, saddle seat, circa 1775; (3) New England bannister back painted side chair with needle point cover over split ash seat, sausage turned front stretcher, circa 1750     sold "as is". (3) the legs have been shortened. $200 - $300
687 Louis Prang & Co., Boston, commemorative plaque celebrating the Great Elm on Boston Common, Destroyed February 15th, 1876, lithograph printed on elm veneer from the tree, with integral. paint decorated walnut frame, together with a labeled piece of the Original Washington Elm, Cambridge, Mass.     minor marks and scrapes, panel warped, Washington Elm piece with minor dirt and stains $200 - $300
688 Jewelry Chest from the Asian Market, mixed hardwood veneers and inlay on the seven drawer chest with upper doors enclosing six drawers with larger drawer below, irregular and geometric shaped inlays on all draw fronts and top enclosure doors, nickel and brass hinges, bail drawer pulls, escutcheons, edge beading, and side carrying handles.     Main case needs re-gluing, lower drawer fits tightly, some hinges loose, recessed panels need resetting, no case lock key. $100 - $200
689 American, Regina Music Box Co., Style No. 6 Orchestral 27" Folding Top Table Model music box also sometimes called the "Casket Model". Mahogany case with applied carving and shaped bracket feet. Interior with original Regina Company celluloid label, the serial number stamped into the cast iron bedplate = 31207, and an 11" double comb mechanism, with removable crank. Includes 23 discs     there are some exterior nicks and scrapes to the box commensurate with age, but generally very good condition, one foot with finish rubbed off. Finish is original. The combs have a total of 172 teeth, tuned in chromatic scale, embracing over 7 octaves. The outer leaves have been too low for some time and the discs have rubbed the edge of the box leaving circular scrape marks front and back, some adjustment required. There is also some damper noise [buzzing]. All teeth are intact. $5,000 - $6,000
690 Mermod Freres, St. Croix, Switzerland, cylinder music box, with 4 eleven inch cylinders [3 fit in drawer built into case], each cylinder with 6 tunes. This is an ideal "Piccolo" format box, with tune number indicator, and Jacot "Safety Check", external crank wound, in an inlaid case with 45 degree corners. No tune sheets. WITH a non-matching but sturdy stained pine table from the same period with heavy turned legs.     Mechanically the box is very clean and plays crisply and with excellent tone. Cosmetically, there are some nicks and scrapes to mahogany veneer case with ebonized accents, and there is a missing piece of veneer about an inch long from right front corner. Inside and outside of lid show well figured crotch mahogany, interior with a celluloid card indicating Ideal Piccolo [card is warped and with loss to black printing, and is barely legible] $2,750 - $3,750
691 Music Box- Switzerland, "STELLA", 17 1/4 inch disc playing console music box,3 feet high, the cabinet painted appliance green in 1950, and with 40 discs, cabinet door opens and provides storage area for many discs.     You will likely want to refinish the cabinet. We are unable to tell if it is oak or mahogany, as the grain was well filled before the green and antique oak finish was applied. The movement itself is in excellent original condition, and all notes play crisply and typical of all Mermod Freres production, with excellent tone. Collectors will realize that this box uses the projection less discs and spring loaded star wheels, as patented by Andre Junod. If the cosmetics appeal to you, you can enjoy a top quality disc box. $1,500 - $2,500
692 Germany, Polyphon Musikwerk, 39.8cm or 15 1/2 inch disc playing music box, style 43 variant [single comb with going barrel movement [not a coil spring], in a nicely figured mahogany case, plain, with raised molding to lid, and an insert inside lid showing available tunes. With 7 Polyphon discs, including the Star Spangled Banner (Das sternfunkelnde Banner) Note this box will play Regina 15 1/2 inch discs also, see separate lot of 125 Regina discs.     Minor nicks commensurate with the age of the item. $1,000 - $1,500
693 B.H.A., St. Croix, Switzerland, "The Brittania" disc music box with 5 inch comb having 57 teeth, playing 12 inch diameter discs, in wood case with matched mahogany and burled walnut veneer and banded inlay, the underside of the lid featuring the manufacturer and model name along with polychrome images symbolizing Great Britain 11 (Eleven) discs included, most printed with the Britannia logo. Song titles include: "The Holy City", "Annie Laurie", "Rock of Ages", "Onward Christian Soldier", and others.     minor repairs to wood around hinges. Small dings on underside of lid and a crack by the right hinge. Escutcheon around winding hole loose. . Printing on some of the discs is indistinct, some are rusted. Plays well, [with lots of sound as is typical of Britannia models] but would benefit from service. $950 - $1,200
694 Mira, St. Croix, Switzerland, "Empress" music box playing 9.25 inch discs on a comb with 48 teeth in a mahogany case with an assortment of 32 discs.     wood case is in good condition as is inner label. Some oxidation on exposed metal parts. Unit wound, but did not play. Come with a few parts, which may be compatible. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
695 Nicole Freres, Geneva, Switzerland, 8 tune music box with a 13 inch cylinder playing on a comb with approximately 96 teeth in an inlayed rosewood veneer case.     case is in good condition, though it has been refinished. Box played during a brief test. $300 - $500
696 Switzerland, child's tin music box, green painted ground with lithograph transfer after Victor Adam, "Washington, Wagram, Waterloo", "the letter W" from his "Nouvel Abécédaire en Enigmes", movement with 2.5 inch, two tune cylinder and 69 tooth,14 segment comb, the plate stamped "FP", serial #21978     paint with minor losses, barrel with incomplete stopwork, working $300 - $500
697 A. G. Marston, Campello, Massachusetts, 5 octave lyre-leg melodeon in a rosewood case. Also included is a second reed organ keyboard of roughly the same size and manufacture with a set of walnut legs.     complete organ is in overall good cosmetic condition. The bellows are good enough to sound a note when pumped, but it was not tested extensively. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
698 Disc and Cylinder Music Boxes for Parts or restoration: Lot includes three cylinder music boxes, and one disc music box with dozens of discs of various diameters [total 4 boxes]     the largest cylinder box has 3 interchangeable cylinders, eleven inches wide, however the governor has been robbed of worm + bevel gear and fan, and the comb is very rusty and with some loose leads and damaged dampers; this box also lacks a lid. all items are incomplete. Sold "as is". $300 - $400
699 American mechanical organettes- 2 (Two): (1) "The Mechanical Cabinetto", plays large 14 inch wide paper rolls, in a walnut case with gold stenciling; (2) " The Musette", and made by the Mechanical Organette Co., of Newark, NJ, this unit playing small paper rolls that are 3 1/2 inches wide with narrow perforations.     sold "as is". Both of these are in need of attention for the bellows. They try to play but do not quite succeed. The smaller unit comes with 9 rolls, some with tears, but most complete, and the original instruction label is intact inside the lower hinged door. "The Cabinetto" has approximately 10 additional rolls and the exterior finish has crazing and some losses. $300 - $600
700 Phonographs- 3 (Three) Thomas A. Edison, Orange, NJ, "Standard" model spring driven cylinder phonographs in oak veneer cases including approximately 100 cylinder records.     all three oak cases have old finishes and original domed lids with case decals. The finish on one lid is darker than the base. All have reproducers. Only one machine has a winding crank. Sold "as is". $600 - $900
701 Music Boxes- 4 (Four) Swiss Music Boxes: (1) Switzerland, 6 tunes with a 12 inch cylinder playing on two combs of 40 and 74 teeth in an inlayed rosewood veneered case; (2) Switzerland, 8 tunes with a 6 inch cylinder playing on a 42 tooth comb in an inlayed rosewood and grain painted case; (3) B.A. Bremond, Geneva, Switzerland, 4 tunes with a 6 inch cylinder playing on a single comb of 74 teeth in an inlayed rosewood veneered case with mother of pearl; (4) E.S. Hiddens, New York with a 5 inch cylinder playing on a comb of 86 teeth in a mahogany case.     largest music box with segmented comb will play sluggishly when wound. Other three boxes will not play for various reasons and are sold for parts or repair. Dimensions provided are for largest music box. Sold "as is". $600 - $800
702 Music Boxes- 4 (Four) Swiss Music Boxes: (1) 6 inch cylinder on a comb with approximately 84 teeth; (2) 8 inch cylinder played on a comb with approximately 118 teeth; (3) 11 inch cylinder on a comb with approximately 108 teeth; (4) 11 inch cylinder with approximately 60 tooth comb; (5) 13 inch cylinder on a comb with approximately 122 teeth with inlayed case. Lot also includes some small music box related parts.     mostly complete, but all in need of restoration. Rust on steel parts and some case parts missing. Three of the music boxes have broken comb teeth. Dimensions are for largest music box. Sold "as is". $500 - $700
703 Music boxes- 4 (Four): Three with tin cases, two of those with transfer scenes decorating the covers, and one burl veneered box     with losses, for parts or restoration $300 - $500
704 Musical Instruments- 2 (Two) Reed Instruments: (1) Lachenal & Co., London, "Patent Concertina", 21 buttons with hexagonal rosewood ends; (2) Martin Freres, Paris, boxwood clarinet with five brass keys, 8 finger holes, stamped "A", mid 19th century.     (1) Bellows seem sound, though there is significant wear to leather reinforcements at the seams. Only one leather strap is present but detached and decayed; (2) Older Martin bumble bee logo is visible on four sections. In nice shape cosmetically, but in need of restoration to make it playable. 27 inches in length. Sold "as is". $300 - $500
705 Lot of 125 music discs, American, 15 1/2 inch Regina, also fit compatible 15.5 Polyphon music box.     Approximately 100 are full and complete with tines and perimeter drive intact, around 25 have small section cut out at end of tune to work on an early machine needing a "stop slot" to stop spring motor at end of play, and 3 are missing a large section of outer drive holes, but could still be used for duplication of the disc. We see these bringing 35 each on eBay, At ten each the lot should bring well over a thousand dollars. $700 - $900
706 A music box table or stand of stained pine, including 3 (Three) Mermod Freres cylinders from an interchangeable box, width = 11.2 inches     the stand is still quite sturdy suffers from some loss to finish and stain. Cylinders have turned brown, but are not rusty, and pins appear straight and intact. The cylinders are Mermod Freres style, but we are unsure exactly what they fit. Note, there is no rear stop on drawer to be sure not to push it through with cylinders inside. $100 - $200
708 France, attributed to Bontems, automata with three caged, singing birds, the gilt cage having a rectangular wooden base with canted corners, decorated with foliate ornament, and containing the keywound mechanism, the cage containing brightly colored, life size songbirds who vocalize, turn their heads and flick their tails in turn when activated     base with minor losses to surface, now painted gold, cage dirty, with minor bends, floor of cage and birds extremely dusty, losses to feathers, working very well $2,000 - $3,000
709 Clown automaton. unknown origin, late 19th century, with some more recent clothing. A very interesting piece, the head nods, eyes and jaw move and right arm lifts and falls. Wound and actuated from the clown's back, not working properly.     pressed and molded heavy card stock and paper mache body show signs of heavy use, and some neglect. Socks hide joint from ankles to pillow support. Does free stand, but benefits from resting against another vertical support. Once a wonderful Victorian window display and attention getter. Some duct tape repairs, will respond to restoration. $400 - $600
710 Germany, probably Karl Griesbaum, singing bird box, gilt brass case with ornate filigree applique, the front with slide for activating the bird, appearing from beneath the oval cover and performing on demand, 20th century     losses to gilding, bird lacking feathers and with one wing detached, not working $400 - $600
711 Topps 1961 Baseball Cards- 143 (One Hundred Forty Three) including Willie Mays #150, Warren Spahn #200, Bob Gibson #211, Frank Robinson #360, Bill Skowron #371, Roberto Clemente #388, Juan Marichal #417, Bob Cerv #563, Ernie Banks #575, Charlie Neal #423, Ray Barker #428, Bill Mazeroski #430, Jim Maloney #436, Del Rice #448, Early Wynn #455, Smoky Burgess #461,Roy McMillan #465, Red Schoendienst #505, Willie McCovey #517, Joe Gibbon #523, Johnny.Logan #524, Ron Perranoski #525, R.C. Stevens #526, Gene Leek #527, Eddie Kasko #534, Minnesota Twins #542, George Thomas #544, Jim Gentile #559     $1,500 - $2,500
712 Topps 1959 Baseball Cards- 123 (One Hundred Twenty Three) including Boston Red Sox #248, Gil Hodges #270, Ralph Lumenti #316, Detroit Tigers #329, Hank Aaron #380, Don Drysdale #387, Orlando Cepeda #390, Elston Howard, #395, Washington Senators #397, N.Fox & A. Aparicio #408, Rocky Colavito #420, Frank Robinson #435, Brooks Robinson #439, Bob Hale #507, Norm Cash #509, New York Yankees #510, Harmon Killebrew #515, Mike Cueller #518, Runnels, Gernert & Malzone #519, Don Elston #520, Jim Perry #542.     $1,000 - $2,000
713 Topps 1965 Baseball Cards- 55 (Fifty Five) including Hank Arron #170, Al Kaline #130, Casey Stengel #187, Pete Rose #207, 4th Series Checklist #273, Sandy Koufax #300, Bob Gibson #320, Tony Oliva #340, Orlando Cepeda #360, Checklist 5 #361, Willie Stargell #377, Harmon Killebrew #400, Luis Aparicio #410, Curt Flood #415     $600 - $1,100
714 Topps 1965 Baseball Cards- 38 (Thirty Eight) including Hank Aaron #170, Gaylord Perry #193,Denny McLain #236, Whitey Ford #330, Mickey Mantle #350, D.Neville & A.Shamsky Rookie Card #398     $1,000 - $1,500
715 Topps 1966 Baseball Cards- 65 (Sixty Five) including Willie Mays #1, Phil Niekro #28, Pete Rose #30, Mickey Mantle #50, Bob Uecker #91, New York Yankees #92, Sandy Koufax #100, Lou Brock #125     $800 - $1,200
717 Topps 1964 Baseball Cards- 15 (Fifteen) Jay Ward & Tony Oliva #116, Pete Rose #125, Tony La Russa #244, Ron Santo #375     $200 - $400
718 Hockey Memorabilia: (1) Jersey Boston Bruins #7 Signed by Phil Esposito, 1993; (2) Jersey Canadian #4 Signed by Jean Beliveau, 1972; (3) Baseball Cap- 2011 Boston Bruins Stanley Cup Champions, along with Boston Bruins tickets and memorabilia from Ray Bourque night in 2001 and a set of 50 Hockey cards.     $400 - $600
719 Topps Baseball Cards- Approximately 200 (Two Hundred) including 1984 (61); 1984 boxed set (40-50), 1966 (68) including one Tony Perez #72; 1965 Topps Embossed (20) including Al Kaline #13, along with a mixed lot of cards including Carl Yastrzemski #280 (1975), Roger Maris #432 (1961) Mark McGwire #46, Tony Gwynn #360 Fleer, Wade Boggs #151 Fleer, three bazooka cards with Ernie banks, 9 Baseball Thrills cards and 7 Red sox cards (Pepsi) including one with Wade Boggs and ticket stubs and a lot of 38 batman card trading cards.     $350 - $700
720 Brooch, a large shell cameo with scene of Aurora and the chariot of the sun driven by Apollo, after the fresco by Guido Reni, the scene showing Aurora leading Apollo, and bringing light to the world, the chariot surrounded by female figures representing the hours, all below the putto Phosphor bearing a torch, mounted in a 14 karat gold, oblong setting     a bit dirty, shell good, setting with five small holes in rim and short split at top, precious metal content tested $400 - $600
721 Cigarette case, rectangular, engine turned sterling silver, the front with blue guilloche enamel and black enamel, with very strong art deco styling, gilt interior with engraved monogram, c1910     scratches on case, enamel without chips or cracks, a bit dirty $400 - $500
722 Art deco style pendant, 18 karat white gold, set with diamonds and sapphires, with 14 karat white gold chain, 8.1g TW     very good overall, sapphire cabochon at bottom with fracture, precious metal content marked, diamonds tested $300 - $400
723 Jewelry lot- 3 pieces, all 14 karat gold, the first an oval shell cameo brooch depicting a young woman, set in a gold frame, the next a 14 karat gold ring with oval scarab stone, protected by a cobra, size 6, and a masonic charm, 28.6g TW     brooch with a few minor dents, dings, pin catch replaced, ring enlarged, and now with guard to reduce size, charm with wear, precious metal content treated marked $300 - $400
724 Ring- diamond solitaire, .55 ct. in 18 karat white gold filigree setting, with small, flanking stones, inscribed "Chester to Bertha Aug. 1912- Dec. 25, 1929", size 6 3/4, 2.3g TW     dirty, otherwise very good, precious metal content tested, diamond tested $300 - $400
726 Pearl necklace, double strand, 21", with 14 karat gold clasp, together with a pin/ pendant, silver gilt filigree frame set with a portrait on porcelain by G.T.E. Richter, and a watch brooch, in the rococo style, pin/ pendant dimensions listed     necklace good, pin/ pendant with minor tarnish, watch brooch dirty, watch runs, precious metal content marked $250 - $350
727 Watch chain, 14 karat yellow gold, single Albert style with unusual links, 13", 27.3g TW     good, with wear, precious metal content tested $550 - $650
728 Watch chain, 10- 12 karat rose gold single Albert style, alternating oval and oblong links, the smaller links with chased ornament, 14 1/2", 31.9g TW     good, with wear, precious metal content marked $450 - $600
729 Chains- 2 (Two), the first in 14 karat rose gold with curb links, 15 3/4", the other in 14 karat yellow gold, with loop links, 17 1/2", 36.8g TW     rose gold chain good, yellow gold chain with wear and replaced, gold filled hooks $750 - $850
730 Chains- 2 (two), the first a watch chain in 14 karat yellow gold with attached T bar, curb link, 18", the other a neck chain, 14 karat rose gold, curb link, 21", 33.9g TW     watch chain with poorly repaired break, neck chain good, precious metal content marked $700 - $800
731 Chains and parts- 4 (Four), the first in 14 karat yellow gold, with 14 karat compass, 18", the next 14 karat rose gold, with t bar, 8in, the third a jade fob with 14 karat t bar and chain, the last a 10 karat white and yellow gold watch chain, 13", 56.1g TW (14k), 5g TW (10k)     fair to good, with wear and minor losses, precious metal content tested $950 - $1,100
732 Pocket watch chains and fobs- 6 (Six), five gold filled single Albert with various link styles, and a hallmarked silver chain, fobs including lockets, fraternal orders, and others, 19th century, 12- 16 1/2"     good, some gold filled chains with brassing, losses to enamel on one fob $200 - $300
733 Watch fobs- 10 (Ten), including a gilt, articulated fish, gilt faucet form, green crystal, goldstone, hourglass, and others     fair to good, with wear and losses $150 - $250
734 Watch chains and fobs- 14 (Fourteen), including 7 gold filled and 3 silver, various link styles, fobs including carved jade, coins, enamel, locket and more, 6- 15"     fair to good, with wear and minor losses $300 - $400
735 Watch chains & fobs- 25 (twenty five), various link styles, fobs of various forms, silver, gold filled, and gilt, 10- 19", 19th- 20th century     fair to good, with wear and losses $200 - $300
736 Collection of 24 watch keys mounted in a walnut frame, 18th & 19th century, including crank style, stone set, enameled and figural examples     fair to good, with wear and oxide $250 - $350
737 US proof silver three cent pieces- 5 (Five):1864, 1867, 1870, 1871, 1872. All are in Fine UNC Condition     grading is done as a courtesy to the buyer. They are an approximation only and are not guaranteed. We strongly recommend inspecting condition in person. $1,500 - $1,800
738 Canadian Fifty Dollar Gold Maple Leaf Coin from 1985. Contains one ounce of pure gold.     grading is done as a courtesy to the buyer. They are an approximation only and are not guaranteed. We strongly recommend inspecting condition in person. $800 - $1,000
739 Canadian Fifty Dollar Gold Maple Leaf Coin from 1985. Contains one ounce of pure gold.     grading is done as a courtesy to the buyer. They are an approximation only and are not guaranteed. We strongly recommend inspecting condition in person. $800 - $1,000
740 US $3 Three Dollar Gold Piece- 1869 (F)     grading is done as a courtesy to the buyer. They are an approximation only and are not guaranteed. We strongly recommend inspecting condition in person. $800 - $1,000
741 US Mercury Dimes- 3 (Three): 1916-D (G); 1942/1 (VG); 1942/1 (F)     grading is done as a courtesy to the buyer. They are an approximation only and are not guaranteed. We strongly recommend inspecting condition in person. $800 - $1,000
742 US Twenty Cent Pieces- 3 (Three): 1875-S (VF); 1875-CC (G); 1876 (AU)     grading is done as a courtesy to the buyer. They are an approximation only and are not guaranteed. We strongly recommend inspecting condition in person. $600 - $800
743 Sterling and Silver Plate Items: silverware including more than 2 (Two) pounds of sterling silver utensils with a few older pieces by Palmer & Bachelder, A. J. Robinson, T. Edwards, and B. M. Bailey. Lot also includes several pounds of antique silver plate utensils.     Utensils are used and tarnished. Sold "as is". $450 - $550
744 Lot of coins including 55 State Quarters; 12 Silver Quarters; 3 Silver dollars (1 Morgan 2 Peace); 2 half dollars; 1 1982D quarter; 3 1982P quarters; 2 1983D quarters; 3 1883P quarters; lot of 32 dimes including 1913, 1944 1945, 1950's and 1960's; 8 Indian nickels including two 36 and two 37; Nickels including 52, 54D, 55, 57, 59, 48, 97P, 83P, 83D, 84P, 85P, 86P, 86D, 71D, 71, 76D and 25 war nickels; over 4 lbs of unsorted memorial pennies; approximately 180 wheat pennies; cased sets of five 50 cent and one cent pieces 1964-1968; Two books of state quarters, a coin from the admiral Gardner shipwreck, proof sets from 2002 (10 piece, 2005 (5 quarters) and 2007 (5 quarters) and $2 bill of Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon     $400 - $500
745 US $2 1/2 (Two and a Half) Dollar Gold Piece- 2 (Two): 1926 sesquicentennial commemorative (VF), 1878 (AU)     grading is done as a courtesy to the buyer. They are an approximation only and are not guaranteed. We strongly recommend inspecting condition in person. $400 - $600
746 US Type Coins- 6 (Six): Silver three cents including 1853 (F), 1856 (F), 1860 (AU); 1884 proof III Nickels (UNC); 1848-0 Half Dime (VG); 1866 Proof Dime (UNC)     grading is done as a courtesy to the buyer. They are an approximation only and are not guaranteed. We strongly recommend inspecting condition in person. $400 - $600
747 US Type Coins- 7 (Seven): 1801 large cent (VG); 1837 Feuchtwanger Cent (VF); 1908-S Indian Cent (VG); 1858-) seated half dollar (VF), (rim ding); 1827 Bust half dollar (VF); 1831 bust half dollar (VF); 1921 Alabama commemorative half dollar (VF)     grading is done as a courtesy to the buyer. They are an approximation only and are not guaranteed. We strongly recommend inspecting condition in person. $400 - $600
748 US 25 Cent Standing Liberty Quarters- 11 (Eleven): 1917 type II (AU); 1917 type I (AU); 1917-S type I (G); 1925 (XF); 1926-S (VG); 1928-D (XF); 1928-S (AU); 1928-S (VG); 1929-S (VG) 1930-S (F); 1930-S (XF)     grading is done as a courtesy to the buyer. They are an approximation only and are not guaranteed. We strongly recommend inspecting condition in person. $300 - $500
749 Mint Sets- 8 (Eight): 2008 (28 pieces), 2006 (20 pieces), 2004 (22 pieces), 2003 (20 pieces), 2002 (20 pieces), 2001 (20 Pieces), 2000 (20 pieces), 1999 (20 pieces)     $250 - $350
750 Lot of approximately 100 mercury dimes- includes three 1921 and three 1921D in good to very good condition, a good mix of somewhat better dates and grades along with several miscellaneous coins.     grading is done as a courtesy to the buyer. They are an approximation only and are not guaranteed. We strongly recommend inspecting condition in person. $200 - $400
751 US Nickels: 1912 S Liberty (F) together with a good mix of 30+ Buffalos and Jeffersons     grading is done as a courtesy to the buyer. They are an approximation only and are not guaranteed. We strongly recommend inspecting condition in person. $200 - $400
752 Parts for Rolex, many in sealed Rolex packaging, calibres include 3035, 2135, 1520,1530, 2030, parts including reversing wheels, train wheels, setting and winding parts, staffs, gold and steel crowns, gaskets, and more     many new, some used, as is $1,000 - $1,500
753 Mahogany assortment box with 24 compartments, containing helical balance springs for pocket chronometers     box bottom loose, top warped $400 - $600
754 Watchmakers mandrels- 2 (Two): The first by J. & T. Jones, Prescot, England, brass bed with steel spindle, mounted with faceplate and pulleys, driven by rear mounted handwheel, with T rest and compound slide, the other Swiss, also of brass and steel construction, gear driven spindle with faceplate and pump center, including it's compound slide, T rest, and tailstock, and mounted to a purpose made steel base, dimensions of English mandrel listed     Jones brass and steel with matte surfaces, pump center needs freeing, wingnut for tool rest/ holder missing, minor surface rust, wheel handle replaced, wooden compound handle missing, needs restoration, Swiss mandrel a bit tarnished and with minor oxide, a few components with minor pitting, compound slide handle split and detached, but is with the machine, will function as is $500 - $750
755 F.W. Derbyshire, Waltham, Mass., "Model 750 Micromill" horizonal mill / grinder with ball-bearing equipped spindle, cam-operated milling head with a screw for fine feed, 12 inch long table with screw feeds for both longitudinal and traverse table motions, tailstock, and headstock accepting 10mm collets. Tool is set up with one collet in the drawbar, the Derbyshire indexing device with a 14 notch plate, and one blade in the cutter arbor. All mounted to steel rolling cart.     overall good condition, but could use some cleaning. A portion of the back of the vertical mill support has been cut away, probably to provide clearance for an accessory that is no longer present. A bit of chipped paint and lost chrome in spots and some light oxidation on the steel surfaces. $800 - $1,200
756 H. Gerstner & Sons, Dayton, Ohio, 26" oak machinist's chest, 11 drawers and upper lidded compartment, center drawer designed to fit "Machinery's Handbook", fold down door with lock.     exterior has been given a coat of reddish finish that still allows some of the oak grain to show through. Green felt lining in drawers is worn and musty. Keys fit, but he lock is missing the bolt. Gerstner name plate is absent. $200 - $300
757 H. Gerstner & Sons, Dayton, Ohio, machinist's chest in oak with hinged lid, fold down front panel exposing 11 drawers, all lined with green felt. The lot comes with a 1945 edition of "American Machinists' Handbook" by Colvin and Stanley in the central drawer as well as some assorted tools including several dozen specialized files.     veneer is lifting on top of case. The finish is uneven. Tarnish on nickel plated hardware. Some wear to the green felt. There is one key for each of the two locks. $350 - $450
758 Large lot of watch material including a great many mainsprings, some still in the original packaging.     sold "as is". $300 - $400
759 Large lot of watch parts and movements, including jewels, hairsprings, timing washers and screws, dials cases, fusee chains, a few incomplete watches, an incomplete Patek Philippe "Gyromax" mass assortment, and more     for parts $300 - $400
760 Lathe Tools- 8mm collet-holding tailstock, probably by Derbyshire along with two boxed sets of 8mm collets including a wide range of split collet sizes, step collets, wax chucks, centers, a Jacobs chuck fitted to a 8mm collet, and a grinding wheel arbor. Most collets are signed by either Peerless, Whitcomb, or Boley. Also included is a complete set of five step chucks in original box by Levin     collets are in generally good condition The set of Levin step chucks have some rust. Sold "as is". $400 - $600
761 Tools- Clock and watchmaker tools: dozens of specialized tools including a Marshall staking set, small depthing tools, drafting tools, cannon pinion tightener, mechanical balance, Jacot tool, demagnetizer, small vises, thickness gauges, large and small mainspring winders, thermometer set, watch movement holder, leather dapping bag, glass covers, bow mill, self-reversing screw mechanism, and many other interesting items.     many of the tools are within their original cases. Tools have wear and patina commensurate with age. Sold "as is". $450 - $650
762 Tools- Derbyshire watchmaker's lathe with accessories: 8mm cone bearing lathe with a black crinkle-coat finish. Lathe comes mounted to metal base with motor and foot switch. Other accessories include: flip-over tool rest, tailstock, 36 split collets, two faceplates, a bezel chuck, file rest, and an assortment of gravers and pivot files.     overall good condition. Some light rust on exposed steel surfaces. Sold "as-is". $300 - $500
763 Tools- Watchmaker's Lathes and Parts: 2 (Two) 8mm watchmaker's lathes by Peerless and Boley, both mounted to metal bases. The Peerless is designed to take 8mm conoidal collets, while the Boley takes standard 8mm collets. The Peerless is the most complete with headstock, drawbar, tool rest, and tailstock. Also included in the lot is a countershaft, five motors, three foot pedals, and miscellaneous lathe parts and tooling.     lathes will need servicing prior to use. Motors and foot pedals were not tested and should be rewired. Sold "as is $250 - $400
764 Tools- Watchmaker's Rounding-up Tool: unsigned, probably Swiss, tool mounted to a rustic board for display. Comes with a nearly complete set of rounding-upcutters, early 20th Century.     dusty and dirty, but spindle turns when the handle is cranked. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
765 Unimat, Austria, "DB 200" miniature lathe mounted on custom stand with two drawers and lid. This very well-equipped machine comes with its original case, milling/drilling column, power feed, three jaw chuck, tailstock fitted with Jacobs chuck, cross-slide with tool holder, milling vise, circular saw attachment, tool rest, steady rest, and instruction manuals. Some additional tooling is in the drawers.     the machine is greasy and dirty. Three jaw chuck could use some lubrication. Spindle moves freely. Tailstock spindle advances smoothly. The foot pedal that was wired into this setup is missing, but can easily be replaced or bypassed. Belts will need to be replaced. Motor runs when plugged in directly. Sold "as is". $250 - $450
766 Watch and Clock Tools- Large lot of boxed and loose horological tools, some in a six drawer wood cabinet. Tools include: taps, oil cups, poising tool, drill bits, a small vise, watch movement holders, mainspring punches, cannon pinion tool, truing calipers, pallet jewel setter, sleeve wrenches, tweezers, punches, case back openers, poising tools, mainspring gauge, bow pliers, a tour a pivoter, drill bits, hand remover, emery buffs, ring mandrel, demagnetizers, Benrus watch case opener set, Seitz jewelling set, Standard Unbreakable Watch Crystal set, K & D staking set, and more.     some tools in original cases, but many are held in wooden cabinet. Cabinet is missing some sort of hinged doors, but is sturdy and useful. Dimensions provided are for wooden case with drawers. Sold "as is". $250 - $450
767 Watch and Clock tools- Large lot of boxed and loose horological tools, some in a two drawer metal cabinet. Tools include: pliers, jeweler's saw, anvils, balance screw under cutters truing calipers, small mainspring winders, screwdrivers, poising tool, case openers, dividers, micrometers, gauges, clamps, mainspring punches drill bits, burnishers, demagnetizers, a tour a pivoter, staking sets, Seitz jewelling set, abrasive stones, a bow mill, crown reaming sets, a graver sharpening jig, and more.     some tools are in their original fitted cases, but many other are loose within the set of metal drawers. Sold "as is". $250 - $450
768 Watch Cabinets: 2 (Two) pocket watch display cabinets, wood cases, one backed by black velvet, the other with red; 12 drawer watch parts cabinet with assorted watch parts including many branded movement containers     dimensions provided are for parts cabinet. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
769 Watch Parts, Tools, and Booklets: parts in lot include watch mainsprings, balance staffs, and crystals. Tools include a staking set, partial uprighting tool, drawplate, calipers, burnishers, watch movement trays, and a screw head polisher. Also included are 10 booklets on various horology topics.     sold "as is". $300 - $400
770 Watch Parts: Large assortment of watch parts in four wooden containers, one with 7 drawers, one with four, and one with three. Watch parts include: crystals, cases, dials, barrels, winding stems, gaskets, timing washers, and more.     many useful parts. Dimensions provided are for large 7 drawer cabinet. Sold "as is". $350 - $450
771 Watch Parts: Large lot of various watch parts including: watch cases, balance staffs, case gaskets, winding stems, mainsprings, hands, crowns, bracelet screws, pocket and wrist watch crystals, and much more.     5 boxes full of useful watch material, some in original packaging. Sold "as is" $300 - $500
772 Watch Parts: Lot of assorted watch parts including: wrist and pocket watch crystals, mainsprings, hands, balance staffs, screws, winding stems, bows, crowns, roller jewels, timing washers and more.     3 boxes of useful watch material, much of it NOS in original packaging. Sold "as is". $250 - $350
773 Watch Parts: Selection of watch parts including screws, crystals, pegwood, mainsprings, oil, bushing wire, steel rod, and much more.     sold "as is". $200 - $300
774 Watch Parts: Watch parts in metal and wood drawered cabinets. Watch parts include: hands, winding stems, balance staff, jewels, mainsprings, and more.     $300 - $400
775 Watchmakers 40 drawer oak cabinet, filled with material including mainsprings, hundreds of American, English, and Swiss pocket watch movements, many pocket watch cases, wrist watch movements and cases, balance staffs, jewels, a few tools, and more     cabinet good, dirty and with scrapes and dings, many usable parts $1,000 - $1,500
776 Watchmakers mahogany crystal cabinet by Clark, Giddings, & Co., with contents, 10 drawers, containing thousands of hunting and open face pocket watch crystals, sizes 9- 23     cabinet with losses to finish and with debris embedded in varnish, right top molding replaced, and with crack, dirty, a very nice assortment $600 - $800
777 Watchmakers tools and parts, including watch hands, taps and dies, movement containers, watch and clock keys, boxes, a vault timer, and more     $200 - $300
778 Negretti & Zambra, London, a gimballed, rosewood stick barometer, the case wit engraved bone scales and vernier, mid section with Fahrenheit/ Reamur thermometer, and the base with turned, lacquered brass guard for reservoir, with lacquered gimbal for wall mounting     case good, scales dirty, trim below upper scale replaced, loose, lacquer on brass with losses, gimbal correct for this barometer $600 - $900
779 Barometers- 2(Two), both stick type, the first signed in part "Chevallier, Opticien, Paris", rectilinear rosewood veneered case with projecting, molded cornice, molded base, and with slender, full length, ornamental turnings at corners, glass barometer scale with vernier, and two glass thermometer scales, mid 19th century, the other a Spooner "Storm King", molded oak case with turned tube guard, brass and printed scales, late 19th century     Chevallier lacking moldings retaining upper scale, two thermometer moldings missing, left side cornice molding missing, scales dirty but without damage, Fahrenheit thermometer tube missing, barometer working, Spooner dirty, with marks and scratches, minor separation at molding joints, scales with minor staining and discoloration, set indicator missing, working, Chevallier dimensions listed $300 - $400
780 Barometers- 3(Three), the first by C. Caminada, Taunton, wheel barometer, the mahogany veneered case with molded, pitched pediment, shell and floral marquetry, and line inlays, silvered dial and thermometer scale, early 19th century, the next also of wheel type, rosewood veneerewd case with silvered dials, and convex morror, mid 19th century, and a Spooner "Storm King" stick barometer, oak case with ebonized highlights, the scales printed and painted, late 19th century     Camanida case dirty and with minor veneer losses, dial and scale with tarnish, good tube, float and counterweight cords need to be replaced on pulley, the next with some veneer lifting and blisters, barometer dial original, all optrher silvered scales/ plates replaced, working, Spooner with losses to finish, scales with minor discoloration, working, dimensions of largest listed $600 - $800
781 Barometers- 4 (Four) barometers: (1) Germany, aneroid barometer and thermometer with Reaumur and Centigrade scales in a carved hunter-themed wood case; (2) Aneroid barometer and thermometer with Reaumur and Fahrenheit scales; (3) Short & Mason, London "Tycos" compensated aneroid barometer in a brass case: (4) S & A, Germany, aneroid barometer in wood case.     (1) Thermometer will need attention; (2) Brass case very tarnished. Silvered dial slightly tarnished. Sold "as is" $200 - $300
782 C.G. Bush & Co., Providence, Rhode Island, Table Parlor Kaleidoscope with 9 inch tubular carboard barrel with an eyepiece at one end and a brass chamber box at the other featuring yacht wheel spokes used to rotate the items within the instrument, thus changing the visible geometric pattern. The instrument is properly mounted at a downward angle atop a turned hardwood base and stand. The brass end is signed by C.G. Bush, a notable maker credited with several kaleidoscope patents.     3 inch piece of frosted glass at the chamber box end is cracked Green glass behind the eyepiece is broken with a piece missing. Geometric patterns are still visible through the eyepiece. One of the brass spokes protruding from the chamber box is missing. Sold "as is". $400 - $600
783 Instruments and gauges, including Negus holosteric barometer, part of a Kimber- Cleaver protractor by Wm. J. Young, Philadelphia, a pedometer, two pocket barometers, two compasses, one with electric terminals and marked "Electric Mfg. Co. Troy, N.Y., an ammeter marked "Hoyt Electrical Instrument Works Penacook, N.H., a pocket watch form thermometer. and more     fair to good $300 - $400
784 Nachet et Fils, Paris Microscope Compendium in fitted, brass-bound, dovetailed mahogany box, the monocular instrument rests on a "U"-shaped base with dual pillar support and engraved on the tube support and rack and pinion column, Nachet et Fils a Paris/rue Serpente, 16" and "J.A. Swan.", the same inscription is found on the brass owner's plate on the box, circular stage and adjustable slide holder, three additional oculars and six objectives in separate leather case, specimen magnifier and weighted stand, tweezers and other components.     All elements appear to be in original lacquer, lenses in good clear condition, some wooden positioning pieces need re-gluing in the box, box surface dirty but easily cleaned with a light coat of paste wax. Note: measurement are strictly of the scope in normal position, not the box. $400 - $600
785 Scientific Instruments and Measuring Tools- Large collection including precision measuring tools, 3 (Three) microscopes, recording instrumentation, vintage light bulbs and Motorola "Golden View" television Measuring tools include a Brown & Sharpe 37" and 13" vernier caliper in original signed wooden boxes and L.S. Starrett precision bench level. Recording instruments include an ammeter, volt meter, thermometer and air meter. Mechanical balance and binoculars also included in lot. Dozens of vintage light bulbs some larger sizes. Microscopes include two monocular and one binocular.     most items in decent condition, though many are missing parts. Motorola "Golden View" tube television is missing knobs in front and rear covering in back. Sold "as is". $500 - $700
786 Paul Ditisheim, La Chaux de Fonds, a rare, two day, central second marine chronometer, the 15 jewel gilt movement with crosshatched plates, lever escapement, Guillaume balance, and unusual keyless winding and setting mechanism, the escapement components contained in their own module, and removable, like a platform escapement, while leaving the rest of the movement intact, the signed, silvered dial with wind indicator at top, the hour and minute chapter below the central seconds hand, contained in a brass bowl mounted in gimbals, all within a mahogany box with brass furniture, and engraved plate on front, serial #1012     movement very good, with minor scratches, marks and spotting, some steel with minor oxide, dial with minor scratches, slight darkening at the edge, and minor loss to infill, seconds hand with a few spots of oxide, bowl tarnished, bezel with polish residue, and minor discoloration to silver, box top with splits, refinished, lacquer chipped, hardware tarnished. It is interesting to note that in Gould's book on the marine chronometer, he includes a photo and description of a nearly identical example, "the new type of chronometer recently introduced by the firm of Paul Ditisheim", and the fact that "the escapement (is) of the spring detent pattern, beating half seconds (although a lever escapement, beating fifths of a second, can be substituted) ", as seen in this timepiece. An identical example, serial #1001, was sold at Christies, South Kensington, July 2, 2004, sale 6928, lot 29, for $25,668.00. $8,000 - $12,000
787 Dent, 61 Strand & 4 Royal Exchange, London, a good two day marine chronometer with Dent's staple balance, 11 jewel, free sprung fusee movement with Earnshaw's escapement, bimetallic staple balance with white helical spring and diamond endstone, Roman numeral silvered dial with wind indicator, blued steel spade and poker hands, contained in a brass bowl, and mounted in a gimballed mahogany and mahogany veneer box with brass furniture, the front with round plaque marked "Dent 46172", the inside of the lid with E. Dent & Co. label     movement with minor staining, some steel with minor oxide, running, dial with minor discoloration, hands very good, bowl and gimbals tarnished, box with minor dings and scratches, hardware tarnished, brass plaque on top proud of surface $4,000 - $6,000
788 T.S. & J. D. Negus, New York, a good two day marine chronometer with original box, 11 jewel, free sprung fusee movement with Earnshaw's spring detent, cut, bimetallic chronometer balance with blued helical spring, and diamond endstone, signed Roman numeral silvered dial with wind indicator, gold spade and poker hands, contained in a lacquered brass bowl with gimbals, and mounted in a mahogany and rosewood veneer box with brass furniture, and plaque engraved "T.S. & J.D. Negus 1603 New York", the box also with rating certificate from L. A. Karcher & Co., Boston     movement with minor staining, one plate screw with specks of oxide, balance screws and weights with minor corrosion, running, dial with spot at 1:00, hands very good, bowl and gimbals with tarnish and losses to lacquer, box dirty and with minor marks and scratches, hardware tarnished, rating certificate brittle, and in two pieces $1,800 - $2,200
789 Elgin, Model 600, Two day Marine Chronometer, silvered arabic numeral dial with subsidiary up/down indicator and seconds dials and marked Elgin, U.S.A., No. 144, damascened nickel chain fusee movement with split bimetallic balance, spring detent escapement and helical hairspring., 14 Jewels, U.S. Navy, in a fully gimbaled brass bowl with screw bezel housed in a glazed, three-tier, mahogany box with maker's plate, with padded carrying box, chronometer box ht. 7 1/2 in, outer box 9.5"     chronometer and boxes are original, virtually like new, very minor scuff on outer box. Padding is all intact. Ticks robustly. A recent note on the glass says the unit gains 11 seconds a day. Retains original Elgin care and handling guide (printed on paper), including signed certificate of rate for 1943 $1,500 - $2,000
790 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., model 21 marine chronometer, 14 jewel key wind and set, straight line damascened nickel plate movement, with spring detent escapement and chronometer balance with helical hairspring, Arabic numeral metal dial with wind indicator, black painted steel spade and poker hands, contained in a gimbaled brass bowl, and mounted in a mahogany box with brass hardware, the inside of the box top with instruction label, and contained in a larger, cherry outer box, serial #2E7317, c1940     inner box good, with minor scrapes and scratches, label with loss at bottom, interior hardware with tarnish and minor corrosion, dial and hands good, movement dirty, oily, and with minor scratches, running, would benefit from service, outer box with scratches and tape residue, bottom with splits and losses to finish $1,500 - $2,000
791 James Pyott, 7 Jamaica Terrace, London, a good two day marine chronometer with original box, 11 jewel, free sprung fusee movement with Earnshaw's spring detent, the Z balance with Poole's auxiliary compensation, blued, helical spring, and diamond endstone, Roman numeral silvered dial with wind indicator, gold spade and poker hands, contained in a lacquered brass bowl with gimbals, and mounted in a rosewood and rosewood veneer box with brass furniture, and brass plaque engraved "Pyott No. 389", the box also with the label of James Murray, Watch Clock, and Chronometer Maker, Calcutta     movement dirty, gummy and with much oil residue, plates with minor discoloration, some steel parts with spots of oxide, running, but long overdue for service, dial with minor spotting, hands good, bowl and gimbals with spotting and tarnish, box with significant losses to finish, top with checking and minor veneer lifting, one small section reglued, case hardware tarnished $1,500 - $2,000
792 Brockbank, Atkins & Moore, London, free sprung lever fusee pocket watch for the military, 19 jewels, key wind and set gilt full plate movement with broad arrow mark with lever escapement, free sprung, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws and diamond endstone, in a sterling silver, hinged back and bezel, open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1888, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #261, 58mm.     CASE: A few minor dents, back; Dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches and staining on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Dome with a few minor dents; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, 6:00. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Small spot on barrel bridge. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $900 - $1,200
793 Parkinson & Frodsham, Change Alley, London, an early 19th century two day marine chronometer with later box, 11 jewel, free sprung fusee movement with Earnshaw's spring detent, the cut bimetallic chronometer balance with blued, helical spring, and diamond endstone, Roman numeral silvered dial with wind indicator, blued steel spade and poker hands, contained in a shock mounted, nickel plated bowl, with nickel plated gimbals and original key, serial #1332, mounted in a later, purpose made, polished curly mahogany box     movement with minor staining, running, dial with minor marks and scratches, hands good, bowl and gimbal with minor marks and minor verdigris, now with later plating, box with minor scratches $800 - $1,200
794 Richard Hornby & Son, Liverpool, a two day marine chronometer unusual balance and spring, 11 jewel, free sprung fusee movement with Earnshaw's spring detent, uncut monometallic balance with quarter screws and four cylindrical, adjustable weights and white helical balance spring, Roman numeral silvered dial with wind indicator, blued steel spade and poker hands, contained in a lacquered brass bowl with gimbals, and mounted in a mahogany and mahogany veneer box with brass furniture, serial #1341, and also with labels of Francis Moore, Chronometer and Watch Maker, Belfast, and F. Rotig, Havre     movement with staining, some steel parts with oxide, not running, good staff & detent, power present at escape wheel, locking stone missing, dial with spotting, minute hand square loose, wind indicator hand with spot of oxide, bowl and gimbals polished and lacquered, box with minor marks and scratches, lid with split at left, upper glass missing, hardware tarnished $800 - $1,200
795 Elgin Watch Co., Elgin, Illinois, a feesprung Father Time deck watch with wind indicator, 18 size, 21 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted, damascened, nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings and gold timing screws, with gimballed brass bowl, and contained in mahogany inner box, with outer cherry box, serial #21549335     movement dirty and with minor marks and scratches, running, bowl and gimbals tarnished, inner box retains its original finish, with crazing, and a partial Negus label on interior, plaque removed from top, one foot missing, outer box dirty, with losses to finish, leather strap broken, part of catch missing $700 - $900
796 Zenith, Switzerland, a two day, boxed, rim wind and set lever chronometer, the gilt, 19 jewel, 3/4 plate movement with large, monometallic balance, Breguet overcoil balance spring and micrometric adjustment for regulator pin spacing, Arabic numeral silvered dial marked "Chronometre Zenith", with constant seconds and wind indicator, blued steel hands, contained in a brass bowl with gimbals, the whole mounted in a locking mahogany box, the inside of the lid with brass Chronometre Zenith plaque, serial #32655     movement very good, with one small spot of corrosion, running very well, dial very good, seconds hand with spot of oxide, bezel glass chipped, bowl and gimbals with minor tarnish and staining, box refinished, with minor bumps, plaque with rubbing and loss from timepiece $700 - $1,000
797 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., model 22 chronometer watch with wind indicator, 35 size, 21 jewels, stem wind, pin set, adjusted to 6 positions and temperature, straight line damascened nickel plate movement, with lever escapement and micrometric regulator, Arabic numeral silvered metal dial, black steel spade and poker hands, serial #2F12833, the timepiece contained in a mahogany box with viewing aperture, c1940     CASE: Minor dings; Scratches on outer surface of case; Plastic crystal with minor scratches. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches and scuffs on plate; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). Box with minor scrapes and scratches. $500 - $700
798 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., model 22 chronometer watch with wind indicator, 35 size, 21 jewels, stem wind, stem/ pin set, adjusted to 6 positions and temperature straight line damascened nickel plate movement, with lever escapement and micrometric regulator, Arabic numeral silvered, engraved metal dial, black steel spade and poker hands, the timepiece contained in a mahogany box with viewing aperture, serial #2F1907, c1940     CASE: Dirty; Minor dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Crystal with minor edge chip. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Regulator assembly with a few specks of oxide; A few screws with specks of oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). Box dirty, with dings and scratches, small chip at back, left, celluloid window with scratches and flaws. $500 - $700
799 A. Johannsen & Co., London, a keyless lever sweep seconds pocket watch for the military, 18- 19 jewels, stem wind and pin set, gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, and gold timing screws in a sterling silver, hinged back and snap bezel open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1916, and Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #7825, 52mm, dial and movement signed, and with broad arrow mark.     CASE: Dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Minor scratches on crystal; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Minor spotting; Regulator with spot of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $400 - $600
800 Seth Thomas Clock Co., Thomaston, Conn., 8 day pilot house clock, now with chronometer escapement and one second remontoire, sheet brass case, Roman numeral silvered dial with blued steel hands, brass timepiece movement, now with pivoted detent platform, the original escape wheel replaced with a contrate wheel, and engaging the escape wheel pinion, cut bimetallic balance with overcoil spring and compensation weights, the remontoire controlled by a balance spring, connecting the threaded 12 leaf escape pinion and wheel, with alternate leaves arrested by an adjustable pin in the platform     case with dent, tarnish, and staining, bezel with dents and bends, label with losses, case back screws replaced, dial with minor losses and tarnish, hands with minor oxide, movement with minor tarnish and staining, running, remontoire needs adjustment, movement would benefit from service. A clever upgrade from a common balance escapement. $400 - $600
801 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., "4992B", with steel navigation watch container, 16 size, 22 jewels, stem wind and set, damascened, nickel plate movement with lever escapement in a coin silver, screw back and bezel, open face case and 24-hour Arabic numeral, black painted dial, white painted spade and poker hands, serial #4C62927, c1940, contained in a gray painted, cylindrical steel case with viewing aperture and shock mount, by Geo. H. Adamson, Tecumseh, Michigan, with its original outer box and instruction sheet     CASE: Dings and scratches; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Plastic crystal with minor scratches; Crystal hazy; Very dirty; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Faint marks and spots. HANDS: Minor paint loss on hour hand. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate; Fine scratches and speck of oxide on winding wheels; Bright work with scratches. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). Adamson case very good, outer box with staining and dirt, instruction sheet with discoloration $300 - $400
802 Two pocket chronometer movements, now in brass bowls for gimbal mounting, the first marked "Thos. Buchanan Dublin", 14 jewel fusee movement with Earnshaw spring detent escapement, Z balance with compensation limiting device and helical balance spring, silvered Arabic numeral dial, blued steel hands, serial #1581, the other marked "E. Perregaux", 20 jewel nickel bar movement with pivoted detent escapement, and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, Arabic numeral silvered dial, blued steel hands, serial #7098     both running $500 - $700
803 Clocks- 3 (Three) Chronometers Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., model 21 marine chronometers and bowls, 14 jewel, key wind and set, straight line damascened nickel plate movement with spring detent escapement and chronometer balance with helical balance spring, Arabic numerals on silvered metal dial with wind indicator, black painted steel spade and poker hands, serial numbers N2880, N2675, N872.     bowls only, no boxes are included. Dials with a few minor marks, hands good. Movement with minor marks and scratches, dirty and oily. All run, but were not tested long term. $900 - $1,200
804 Navigational Watch Cases: Geo. H. Adamson, Tecumseh, Michigan, "Watch Carrying Case for Master Navigational Watch", four total with three in their original carboard boxes. Lot also includes some brass marine chronometer box hardware.     Sold "as is". $400 - $500
805 A.P. Walsh, London, keyless fusee pocket chronometer with wind indicator, 15 jewels, stem wind and pin set, gilt plate movement with Earnshaw's spring detent escapement, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws and duo in uno balance spring in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and snap bezel open face case, the back with engraved "WTC" cipher, and bearing a London hallmark, and with date letter for the year 1881, Roman numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #2079, 51mm, 133g TW.     CASE: Band with small dent, 2:00; Band with wear from chain, 11:00; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Rear cover with very small gap at band when closed; Minor scratches on crystal; Bow with wear; Crown very worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, very light, sunken field at wind indicator, otherwise very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratch near plate screw. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $4,000 - $6,000
806 A.P. Walsh London, for Samuel Hammond, New York, pocket chronometer, 15 jewels, key wind and set, gilt half plate movement with Earnshaw's spring detent escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and duo in uno balance spring in an 18 karat, yellow gold, reeded edge, engine turned hunting case, and Roman numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #339, 52mm, 139.6g TW, c1870.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; minor scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with minor wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Oxidation, tip of minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very fine scratches on plate; Two plate screws with minor oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $3,000 - $4,000
807 A.P. Walsh, London, a gold, keyless open face pocket chronometer with wind indicator, 16- 17 jewels, stem wind and pin set gilt plate fusee movement with Earnshaw spring detent escapement, diamond endstone, free sprung, cut bimetallic balance with duo in uno balance spring and gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and snap bezel open face case with London hallmark, and date letter for the year 1880, and Roman numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #2078, 50mm, 130.3g TW.     CASE: A few minor dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 1:00, wind indicator to enter, center to seconds bit. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very fine scratches on plate; A few minor marks and scratches on escape wheel cock at jewel; Case screw with minor loss to blue. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low amplitude, needs service. $3,000 - $4,000
808 James McCabe, Royal Exchange, London, first quality spring detent pocket chronometer, 13 jewels, key wind and set, gilt half plate movement with Earnshaws spring detent escapement, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws and helical balance spring in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned, consular open face case with London hallmark, date letter for the year 1849, and case makers mark "GH" for Gustavus Huguenin, Roman numeral, silver dial and gold fleur de lis hands, serial #15509, 50mm, 108.4g TW.     CASE: Shallow dent, back; A few minor dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on dome; Engine turning with moderate wear; Bow worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Some loss to blue, seconds; Very good, hour and minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Balance cock foot and detent mount with minor marring. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $3,000 - $4,000
809 Johan Wiren, St. Petersburg, a large, silver cased pocket chronometer with wind indicator, 15 jewels, key wind and set gilt full plate fusee movement with Earnshaw spring detent escapement, cut bimetallic balance, helical balance spring, and diamond endstone in a sterling silver, hinged back and bezel, consular open face case with London hallmark, and date letter for the year 1878, and Roman numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #80, 59mm.     CASE: Dome with minor dents; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Dome with minor scratches and marks; Rear cover catch added; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel and tiny surface flakes, 5:30- 6:00; Dial with abraded spot above center arbor, serial number removed. HANDS: Oxidation, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches and pin pricks on plate; Mainspring set up click with scratches; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), would benefit from service. $3,000 - $4,000
810 Robert Roskell, Liverpool, a gold, open face pocket chronometer, 15 jewels, key wind and set gilt full plate movement with spring detent escapement, free sprung Z balance with diamond endstone, wedge shaped compensation weights and compensation limiting device, in a 22 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel consular open face case with Chester hallmark and date letter for the year 1824, and Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold spade and whip hands, serial #323/38021, 52mm, 167g TW.     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content tested. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 12:00, 1:30; Scratches minor to dial. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor marks and pin pricks at detent foot screw; Screws with minor losses to blue, minor oxide; Bright work with a few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $3,000 - $4,000
811 Samuel Hammond & Co., New York, spring detent pocket chronometer with wind indicator and box, 14 jewels, key wind and set, gilt half plate movement with Earnshaw's escapement, free sprung, cut bimetallic balance with helical balance spring, gold timing screws and diamond endstone in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1863, and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #2144, 50mm, 124.3g TW, together with its original velvet lined storage box.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with moderate wear; Neatly engraved repairers notes inside back cover; Crystal with minor scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, 4:00, otherwise very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very fine scratches on plate; A few screws with minor loss to blue. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). Box good, with wear and minor losses. $3,000 - $4,000
812 Rossel & Fils, Successor to J.F Bautte & Cie, Geneva, a gold, hunting cased pocket chronometer, 19 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with pivoted detent escapement, diamond endstone, and free sprung, cut bimetallic balance with spherical balance spring in an 18 karat, yellow gold, engine turned hunting case with small engraved monogram on front cover, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #79081, 50mm, 132.5g TW, c1860.     CASE: Minor dings; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with minor wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, 10:00. HANDS: Spot of oxide, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Minor loss to blue on balance endstone setting; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,200 - $3,000
813 A.P. Walsh, London, a silver cased, keyless pocket chronometer with wind indicator and duo in uno balance spring, 16- 17 jewels, stem wind and pin set, gilt half plate movement with Earnshaw's escapement, free sprung balance with diamond endstone and gold timing screws in a sterling silver, hinged back and snap bezel open face case with London hallmark, and date letter for the year 1913, and Roman numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #2036, 51mm.     CASE: Back with minor dent; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Minor scratches on crystal; Pendant repaired; Precious metal content marked. Later purpose made case. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 1:00, 10:00, edge. HANDS: Minor oxide, hour; Minor loss to blue. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Marks and scratches at case screw; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,000 - $3,000
814 Army & Navy Cooperative Society, London, spring detent pocket chronometer with wind indicator, 15 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate fusee movement with Earnshaw's escapement, free sprung, cut bimetallic balance with helical balance spring, gold timing screws and diamond endstone, in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, engine turned hunting case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1875, and Roman numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, blued steel whip and spade hands, serial #273992, 52mm, 123.9g TW.     CASE: Two tiny dents, back; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on cuvette; Engine turning with minor wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Minor scratch; Small chips in enamel concealed by bezel, 3:00. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches, staining on plate. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,000 - $2,500
815 Arnold & Frodsham, London, pocket chronometer, 16 jewels, key wind and set, gilt half plate movement with standing spring detent, free sprung cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws, and reverse fusee in an 18 karat, yellow gold, engine turned open face case with scalloped band, and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, gold spade and whip hands, serial #7462, 52mm, 116.8g TW, c1850.     CASE: Not original to movement, fits well, a nice recase; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Engine turning worn smooth; Case with hard solder repairs, some overflow at base of back cover; Dome replaced; Bow repaired; Dirty; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Hour with minor bend, otherwise very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate on plate; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,000 - $2,500
816 Brockbanks, London, corrected by Thomas Earnshaw, spring detent pocket chronometer, 15 jewels, key wind and set, gilt full plate movement with Earnshaw's escapement, Z balance with helical balance spring and wedge shaped weights in a sterling silver, hinged back and bezel, consular open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1810, with Roman numeral, white enamel dial, signed "THOMAS EARNSHAW INVt. ET FECIT", blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #3537, 59mm.     CASE: Not original to movement, fits well, nice recase; Dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with manufacturing flaws; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, 11:00- 12:00; Spider hairlines, 3:00- 4:00, edge at 7:30. HANDS: Minor oxidation. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Screw heads with loss to blue; Balance cock screw with spot of rust; Empty screw and steady pin holes from pre Earnshaw configuration; Balance arms with discoloration from heat; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Not running, fusee chain missing, will run with pressure on train, needs service and adjustment. $2,000 - $3,000
817 Hatton & Harris, London, spring detent pocket chronometer, 11 jewels, key wind and set, gilt full plate movement with Earnshaw's escapement, free sprung, cut bimetallic balance with wedge shaped compensation weights, helical balance spring and diamond endstone in a sterling silver, engine turned open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1851, Roman numeral, white enamel dial, gold Breguet style hands, serial #523, 55mm, with shock mounted mahogany deck box.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with minor scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Replaced minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate; Haze; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks); Balance rim slightly bent. Box with loose bottom, scratches and dings, good overall. $2,000 - $3,000
818 John Hutton, London for William Bond & Son, Boston, spring detent pocket chronometer with wind indicator, 13 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with Earnshaw's escapement, free sprung cut bimetallic balance with helical balance spring, gold timing screws and diamond endstone in a coin silver, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned open face case and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, gold spade and whip hands, serial #519, 55mm, c1865.     CASE: Tiny dent, back; A few minor dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very fine scratches on plate; A few screws with minor loss to blue. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,000 - $3,000
819 Charles Frodsham, 84 Strand, London, pocket chronometer, 15 jewels, key wind and set, gilt full plate movement with Earnshaw's spring detent escapement, free sprung cut bimetallic balance and gold timing screws in a sterling silver, hinged back and bezel, open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1862, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, gold spade and whip hands, serial #9702, 52mm.     CASE: Minor dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with minor scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 4:00, 7:00. HANDS: Minute repaired. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Minor marks on balance cock foot at screw hole. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,600 - $2,200
820 James Nardin, Locle, a gold cased pocket chronometer, 20 jewels, key wind and set, damascened gilt bar movement with pivoted detent escapement and cut bimetallic balance in an 18 karat, reeded edge hunting case with maker's details and owners name engraved on gold cuvette and monogram on front cover and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, serial #8708, 52mm, 116.6g TW, c1870.     CASE: Minor, shallow dents; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Covers with wear from bow; Front cover lift spring weak; Bow worn; Pusher worn; Precious metal content tested. DIAL: A few fine scratches, otherwise very good. HANDS: Oxidation, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Oily; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,600 - $1,900
821 Switzerland, for George Carley & Co., London, pivoted detent pocket chronometer with helical balance spring, 17- 18 jewels, stem wind and lever set gilt plate movement with pivoted detent escapement, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, and helical balance spring, in a sterling silver, hinged back and bezel demi hunting case, with blue enamel Roman numerals on front cover, and Arabic numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #51159, 53mm, c1900.     CASE: Minor dent, back; Dings and pin pricks; Scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Bow with wear; Minor loss to enamel on case front; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Small fracture with glued chips, 5:30. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Small group of punch marks near barrel arbor; Minor marring to edge of top plate; Regulator with speck of oxide; Very dirty. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), needs service. $1,200 - $1,500
822 Switzerland, pocket chronometer with Berthouds pivoted detent, 15 jewels, key wind and set gilt bar movement with pivoted detent escapement, freesprung cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, and helical balance spring in a coin silver, hinged back and bezel open face case, with Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, plum colored steel Breguet style hands, 54mm, c1865.     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Minor scratches on crystal; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: A few fine scratches. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate; Balance cock with sharp bend near stud; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,200 - $1,500
823 Garrard, Panton St., London, spring detent pocket chronometer, 15 jewels, key wind and set gilt full plate movement with Earnshaw spring detent escapement, free sprung cut bimetallic balance with helical balance spring, wedge shaped compensation weights and diamond endstone in a purpose made, silver, hinged back and bezel, consular open face case and Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #669, 58mm.     CASE: Later, made in the early 19th century style for this movement; A few minor dings; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case. DIAL: Hairlines and cracks in enamel; Filled loss, edge, 7:00- 9:00. HANDS: Minor oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Jewel screw replaced; A few screws with minor loss to blue; Hairspring stud with specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks); Detent spring repaired at foot. $900 - $1,300
824 Switzerland, for Dent, London, pivoted detent pocket chronometer with spherical balance spring and reverse fusee, 15 jewels, key wind and set, gilt bar movement with pivoted detent escapement and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in a silver, hinged back and snap bezel, open face case and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, gold paste set and enamel ornamented hands, 51mm, c1880.     CASE: Movement fits well, a nice recase; A few minor dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Balance cock screw with minor oxide; One barrel bridge screw short. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $900 - $1,200
825 David Morice, Fenchurch St., London, pocket chronometer with Arnolds spring detent, 16- 19 jewels, key wind and set, gilt full plate movement with Harrisons maintaining power, cut bimetallic balance and engraved balance cock with diamond endstone in a nickel, hinged back and bezel, engine turned, open face case and Roman numeral, white enamel dial, gold spade and poker hands, serial #4676, 52mm, c1820.     CASE: Not original to movement; Back cover with shallow dent at hinge; Dings and scratches; Bow replaced. DIAL: Very good, now with late 19th century transfer portraits. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Bright work with scattered specks of oxide; Screw heads with minor marring and loss to blue; Escape wheel hole jewel cracked, endstone and setting rotated 90 degrees and sitting below plate surface; Winding square shortened to fit case. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), balance slightly out of round. $800 - $1,200
826 Dent, 64 Strand & 34 Royal Exchange, London, pocket chronometer with Guiblet & Rambal fusee keyless work, 15 jewels, stem wind and pin set, gilt plate movement with Earnshaw spring detent escapement, free sprung, cut bimetallic balance with diamond endstone, helical balance spring, and gold timing screws, also with provision for locking the escape wheel, in a later, purpose made sterling silver, hinged back and bezel, open face case with Chester hallmark and date letter for the year 1940, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #33703, 50mm, c1865 (movement) .     CASE: Later, made for this movement; Minor dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 3:00 to seconds bit, center to seconds bit, 11:00 to center. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches and marks on plate; Steel with a few specks of oxide; Screw heads with minor losses to blue. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks); Locking stone replaced with steel. $800 - $1,200
827 Ulysse Breting, Locle, an unusual two train pocket chronometer with center seconds and jumping sixths, 27 jewels, key wind and set, damascened, nickel bar movement with 21,600 train, pivoted detent escapement, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, gold endstone settings and gold wheel train in a silver, engine turned hunting case and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, gilt Breguet style hands, serial #17950, 52mm, c1875.     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Dings and scratches; Center of cuvette removed to allow view of movement. DIAL: Scratches minor to dial; Enamel with chips at 4:30, 9:30. HANDS: Fair. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Screw heads with marring and scratches; Clicks with specks of oxide; Loss to blacking in engraving. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. $800 - $1,200
828 H. Mathey Peytieu, Locle, pivoted detent pocket chronometer, 19 jewels, key wind and set, damascened nickel bar movement with pivoted detent escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and gold endstone settings in a silver, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engraved, open face case and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, plum colored steel Breguet style hands, 52mm, c1870.     CASE: Movement fits well, a nice recase; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Engraving with moderate wear; Minor scratches on crystal; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 3:00, 4:30, 6:00, 11:00; A few tiny flakes at center arbor; Minor scratches. HANDS: Minor oxide, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor spotting; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $700 - $900
829 Switzerland, for Clemence Bros., London, pocket chronometer, 15 jewels, stem wind and lever set gilt plate movement with pivoted detent escapement, diamond endstone, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and helical balance spring in a sterling silver, demi hunting case and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #51120, 53mm, c1900.     CASE: Minor scuffs and scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, 6:00; Minor scratch. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Minor spotting; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), would benefit from service. $700 - $900
830 Charles Frodsham, 84 Strand, London, pocket chronometer, 16 jewels, stem wind and pin set gilt half plate movement with Earnshaw spring detent escapement, free sprung bimetallic balance with diamond endstone, helical balance spring with lower 3 turn spiral and gold timing screws in a gold filled, screw back and bezel open face case, Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #04093, c1870.     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Dings and pin pricks; Tarnished, worn to brass; Crystal with minor scratches. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Dirty. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $500 - $800
831 H. Woodmansey, Doncaster, "Patent Union Chronometer", 11 jewels, key wind and set, gilt half plate movement with Robin escapement variant, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, and fusee, in a silver, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge open face case and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, black umbrella hands, serial #2471, 54mm, c1870.     CASE: Nicely recased; Minor dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with minor scratches. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel; Seconds bit loose. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Balance cock foot with pin pricks; Regulator assembly with minor oxide, pitting. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks); Hairspring bent at stud, needs correction. $500 - $700
832 Switzerland, silver cased pocket chronometer, 19 jewels, stem wind and set gilt plate movement with pivoted detent escapement and free sprung cut bimetallic balance in a coin silver, reeded edge, engine turned and engraved hunting case, Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, 51mm, c1900.     CASE: Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crown does not depress far enough to release front cover catch; Bezel with minor gap when seated; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Minor scratches. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Marks and scratches at case screw; Winding wheels with a few minor specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $500 - $800
833 John Glover, London, pocket chronometer movement only, 15 jewel, gilt, full plate with Earnshaw's spring detent, free sprung cut bimetallic balance, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel hands, serial #361, 46mm     locking stone broken, otherwise in good condition overall, should run with a new locking stone $400 - $600
834 John Gordon, St. Johns Square, Clerkenwell, pocket chronometer movement only, 15 jewel, gilt, half plate with Earnshaw's spring detent, cut bimetallic balance, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel hands, serial #4044, 44mm     in good condition overall, running $400 - $600
835 Switzerland, for E.C. Dwight & Co., Freeport, Illinois, pocket chronometer movement only, gilt movement with Earnshaw's spring detent, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel hands, 47mm     will run dial down, balance staff good but with excessive end shake unlocking roller may also need adjustment $300 - $400
836 T. F. Cooper, London, pocket chronometer movement only, 15 jewel, gilt, half plate with Earnshaw's spring detent, free sprung cut bimetallic balance with helical hairspring, Roman numeral white enamel dial, 43mm     dirty and with tarnish, fusee chain detached from barrel, will run with pressure on fusee $300 - $500
837 Pocket chronometer movements- 3 (Three): All Swiss, with pivoted detent, the first 16- 17 jewels, nickel bar movement, helical balance spring, Roman numeral white enamel dial, coin silver open face recase, the next with 17 jewel nickel movement, gold wheel train, and Roman numeral white enamel dial, the last by Lebet & Bovet, Fleurier, for the Turkish market, 16- 17 jewel nickel movement, Turkish numeral white enamel dial     all running $500 - $700
838 Jaeger-LeCoultre, Switzerland, similar to "Marina" model, but unsigned, Atmos clock, 526-5 caliber jeweled movement with lever escapement and torsion pendulum, movement serial number 120721 in a gilt case with frosted acrylic panels with gold Asian motifs, signed white dial, gilt numerals, gold hands with black tips over a rectangular aperture revealing the torsion pendulum, the jeweled movement with torsion pendulum and lever escapement.     rare model in very good condition. There is about an inch of crazing / alligatoring around the edges of both lucite panels on the side. The maker name is clear on the front. The movement runs, but was not tested long term. $800 - $1,000
839 Germany, Eureka style, battery powered, electro-magnetic "skeleton" timepiece mounted on brass base with a large exposed rotating balance with dome.     This German version is in nice condition except for the bottom that will need to be polished. Porcelain dial is perfect with original hands. This example has a separate wood base to hold the batteries. Original dome. For reference please see the thorough examination of these German balance wheel timepieces, detailed on pages of 38- 44 of F.G. Alan Shenton's "The Eureka Clock". $500 - $700
840 Jaeger- LeCoultre, Switzerland, "Atmos" clock, 15 jewel movement, gilt torsion pendulum, round white painted dial with applied gilt Arabic numerals and arrow markers, gilt hands with black painted tips, all contained in a glazed rectangular case with removable front panel, serial #506271, c1979.     gold plating, glassed, and dial are in very good overall condition. The movement runs, but was not tested long term. $500 - $700
841 Jaeger- LeCoultre, Switzerland, "Atmos" clock, 15 jewel movement, gilt torsion pendulum, square white painted dial with applied gilt Arabic numerals and arrow markers, gilt hands with black painted tips, all contained in a glazed rectangular case with removable front panel, serial #561214, c1983.     the gold plating is in very good overall condition with very small areas of tarnish and fine scratches. Movement runs, but was not tested long term. $400 - $600
842 Jaeger- LeCoultre, Switzerland, "Atmos" clock, 15 jewel, caliber 528-8 movement, gilt torsion pendulum, round white painted dial with applied gilt Arabic numerals and arrow markers, gilt hands with blackened tips, all contained in a glazed rectangular case, movement serial #563139, c1983.     some small scratches to gold plated case, but in generally good condition The door latch has come off of the top front glass, but is included along with an original instruction booklet. The clock runs, but was not tested long term. $400 - $550
843 Jaeger- LeCoultre, Switzerland, "Atmos" clock, 15 jewel, caliber 528-8 movement, gilt torsion pendulum, round white painted dial with applied gilt Arabic numerals and arrow markers, gilt hands, all contained in a glazed rectangular case with dedication plaque, serial #128209, c1960.     Dedication reads "J. Negley Cooke, Jr., Sterling Drug Inc, 25 Years". The lacquer on the case has started to turn brown. The movement runs, but was not tested long term. $400 - $600
844 Jaeger- LeCoultre, Switzerland, "Atmos" clock, 15 jewel, caliber 528-8 movement, torsion pendulum, square white painted dial with applied gilt Arabic numerals and arrow markers, gilt hands, all contained in a glazed rectangular case with dedication plaque, serial #256226, c1968.     gold plated surfaces have a light amount of dust and tarnish. Movement runs but was not tested long term. $350 - $550
845 Jaeger- LeCoultre, Switzerland, "Atmos" clock, 15 jewel, caliber 528-8 movement, torsion pendulum, round white painted dial with applied gilt Arabic numerals and arrow markers, gilt hands, all contained in a glazed rectangular case with dedication plaque, serial #212045, c1966.     base of case is slightly tarnished. Blemish on chapter ring between 7 and 8. The movement will need attention. $300 - $500
846 France, an unusual desk compendium, with celestial and terrestrial globes by Delamarche, the trapezoidal clock case on an onyx and brass base, supporting a central pilaster with thermometer, and surmounted by a barometer and compass, and with flanking, lithographed globes, signed "Delamarche Rue Serpente 25 Paris", Roman numeral silvered dial, blued steel distaff hands, 8 day timepiece movement with cylinder platform     onyx with minor flakes, brass dirty and with tarnish, clock dial and other silvered scales with tarnish, hands with oxidation and loss to blue, globes with minor losses and minor scuffs, celestial globe with band of discoloration, movement gummy, not running, balance staff good $800 - $1,200
847 Hamilton, Crichton & Co., Paris, weather station with clock, aneroid barometer, and thermometer on a industrial metal base with counterweighted lever that, when pulled, causes the clock and barometer to rotate 180 degrees and return automatically when released.     silver plate is worn on many of the metal elements. Retailer name on dial is a bit worn. Thermometer is missing. Beveled glass on barometer side is missing. Unsigned French balance wheel movement appears to be overbanked and will need to be serviced. Swivel mechanism is a bit reluctant and will need attention. $300 - $500
848 French Figural Bedside Night Clock with arabic numeral glass dial and diamond-shaped steel hands enclosed within a cast brass flower and fruit garland bezel and stand supporting a single candle holder at the back, two bisque young lady figures standing in joyful bliss in the flower garden all on a porcelain and gold decorated stand, one-day French movement with tic-tac escapement and watch winding key.     Overall good condition with no breakage of bisque figures or base, very slight loss of color on right red shoe, movement ticks when wound. These clocks were based on much older examples which provided light by candle at night to see the time. $300 - $400
849 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., night clock with travel case, 7 jewel gilt lever movement, signed, Arabic numeral milk glass dial with blued steel hands, gilt bezel and gas jet mounting bracket for night illumination, with leather clad, velvet lined wooden case     running, needs service, dial with minor loss to signature, hands with oxide and loss to color, gilding dirty, and with minor wear, leather cover on box top torn, and with minor loss, lining worn $250 - $350
850 Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Parlor Ink No. 3" inkstand clock, 30 hour, time and simple calendar, spring driven movement in a nickeled case with paper dial, cast brass base holding two glass inkwells with matching brass caps.     paper dial is stained in the upper half. Losses around the openings of the glass inkwells. Caps look appropriate, but do not fit inkwells well. Movement winds and sets, but does not tick. Nickel plating on case is tarnished. Gilding on cast brass is largely worn off. $200 - $300
851 Cartier Folding Travel Clock in red leather case with dial signed "Cartier", "Swiss" and "8", radium Arabic numeral dial, radium hour and minute hands, eight-day time and alarm movement with pointer alarm hand set in a nickel case with lower winding/setting stem.     Movement runs and sets, no significant repairs or replacements. $150 - $250
852 Clocks- 2 (Two): Both travel models, the first an Angelus "Folioluxe", 8 day, 15 jewel lever movement with triple calendar, phases of the moon, and alarm, Arabic numeral silvered dial, luminous baton hands, the other a minute repeater marked "Columbia Watch Co.", 13 jewel nickel movement with lever escapement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial with blued steel hands     Angelus not running, very gummy, functions are operational, Columbia running, repeating functional, sluggish, both need service $300 - $400
853 Attributed to Drocourt, Paris, a rare and extremely decorative giant carriage clock in the rococo style, the gilt case replete with scrolls, foliate ornament, and putti, and set with eight gilt and polychrome enamel porcelain plaques featuring garden scenes and frolicking amorini, each on a deep blue field with gilt, foliate border, the Roman numeral dial with blued steel hands, case back with sliding glass panel to allow access for winding and setting, 8 day time, strike, and alarm movement with lever platform, repeating the last hour on demand, gong base marked "A.D." within an oval, serial #29268     case dirty, and with minor verdigris, gilding with minor losses and polish residue, some case components loose, porcelain panels very good, top panel with crazing and minor losses to gilding, hands good, rear glass with crack at top, scratches, and chips at lower left and right, running and striking correctly, rod attached to repeat button too short, will not release strike train, repeating is functional, alarm functional, hammer needs adjustment. Our attribution is based on the fact that a number of these clocks are known bearing Drocourt's mark; the A.D. mark on the gong base may be that of Alfred Drocourt. See "A Century Of Fine Carriage Clocks", by Fanelli, page 92, and "Carriage Clocks" by Allix and Bonnert, page 161, for illustrations of identical examples by this maker $12,000 - $15,000
854 France or Switzerland, a rare, early, petit sonnerie striking carriage clock with alarm and travel case, signed Breguet, gilt, glazed, one piece case with molded base, Roman numeral silvered dial with blued steel Breguet style hands, subsidiary alarm chapter, and engraved "Breguet, a Paris", 8 day, time and strike movement with both trains driven by a single barrel, striking the last quarter in passing, and with grand sonnerie repeating on blued, wire gongs, the polished steel strikework mounted to the back plate, and also bearing a silvered plate engraved "Breguet", duplex platform escapement, with two piece steel escape wheel and brass balance, and with alarm striking on a bell in the base, contained in its original wooden, gilt stamped leather covered case with gilt hardware     case with minor losses to gilding, rear upper molding lacking gilding, glasses good, dial with minor scratches and scuffing, hour and minute hands good, alarm hand replaced, movement with minor scratches and tarnish, running, striking, and repeating correctly, travel case dirty, with scuffing and minor losses to covering, lining with wear and minor losses, joint separation at bottom $8,000 - $12,000
855 Klaftenberger, Paris, a fine, gorge cased, grand sonnerie carriage clock, the glazed, gilt case with foliate engraving and chasing, Roman numeral white enamel dial with blued steel hands, and with gilt mask, engraved to match the case, 8 day time, strike, and alarm movement with lever platform, sounding grand or petit quarters, and repeating the last hour and quarter on demand, with script "AB" stamp inside plates, and also with the mark of Henri Jacot.     gilding restored, glasses good, dial, hands and mask very good, dial signature with minor losses, movement with staining, runs, and repeats correctly, with the striking set to quarters only strikes full grand sonnerie at third quarter. This clock bears the marks of three of the 19th century's finest makers and retailers of high quality carriage clocks, and documents business relationships between individual firms at the high end of the carriage clock trade. The name of Klaftenberger is well known as a retailer of fine clocks, and Henri Jacot is known as one of the best finishers. The "AB" inside the plates is believed to be that of Alfred Baveux, who is known to have supplied "blancs roulants" to Jacot for finishing. $6,000 - $8,000
856 Thomas Cole, for C.F. Hancock, London, a decorative strut timepiece, the gilt case with fine engraved ornament, Roman numeral engraved and silvered dial with retailers signature below 6:00, the dial with fretted and engraved gilt mask and blued steel fleur de lis hands, 8 day timepiece movement with lever escapement and polished steel balance, signed "Thomas Cole London", serial #1644     case good, with minor dirt and marks, case back with depression at setting square, and added set knob, bezel screws replaced, dial with discoloration and poor restoration to figures and silvering, hands very good, movement with minor staining, running. Charles Frederick Hancock was a partner with the firm of Hunt and Roskell between 1843- 49, prior to establishing business under his own name. Hancock was one of Cole's most important retailers, and many examples of his work bear the Hancock name. $6,000 - $8,000
858 France, for Theodore B. Starr, New York, a large, decorative carriage clock with polychrome enamel decoration and grand sonnerie striking, the Anglaise variant case set with beveled glasses and gilt, porcelain panels, each decorated with flying and perching birds among flowering vines and branches, the dial with Roman numeral white enamel chapter, on a decorative panel matching the case sides, blued steel distaff hands, 8 day time, strike, and alarm movement with lever platform, sounding grand or petit quarters in passing, and repeating the last hour and quarter on demand, serial #1330     case refinished and with coat of lacquer, left side panel with small chip at lower right, front panel with crazing, movement and platform with minor staining, regulator repaired, gongs with minor oxide, running, striking, and repeating correctly, alarm functional $5,000 - $7,000
860 France, a large and extremely decorative carriage clock with grand sonnerie striking, unusual gilt Anglaise variant case with twist columns having Corinthian capitals and turned bases, the molded base and cornice with bowed sides and conforming beveled glasses, top with twist ornamented handle matching the columns, red guilloche enamel dial with convex chapter and gilt Arabic numerals, ornate pierced and chased, gilt dial mask with lily of the valley ornament, gold hands, 8 day time, strike, and alarm movement with lever platform and cut bimetallic balance, sounding grand or petit quarters in passing, and repeating the last hour and quarter on demand, serial #1304, with original leather bound box and key     case cleaned and lacquered, right glass with small chip at lower right, dial with short hairline at 12:00, alarm chapter numerals with losses, mask very good, hands good, movement with minor tarnish, running, striking, and repeating correctly, alarm functional, gongs lacking blue and with oxide, case with scuffing and significant losses to leather, handle missing, catch for top not working $3,500 - $4,500
862 Drocourt, Paris, for Hamann & Koch, New York, an impressive, Gorge cased, grand sonnerie striking giant carriage clock, the massive gilt case with bevelled glasses, the top glass with engine turned mask with an oval aperture for viewing the escapement, Roman numeral white enamel dial also with gilt, engine turned mask, blued steel spade hands, 8 day time, strike, and alarm movement with large lever platform and cut, bimetallic balance, sounding grand or petit quarters in passing, and repeating the last hour and quarter on demand, the front plate marked "H.L.", gong bases marked "F.D." within an oval, serial #1813     case very good, with minor losses to gilding, rear glass with chips at lower left and right, repeat button replaced, dial with a few faint hairlines, masks good, movement with staining, running, striking, and repeating correctly, alarm mainspring broken, hammers with repairs, gongs with minor oxide, alarm bell repaired, low balance amplitude, striking sluggish, needs service. The Drocourt firm produced some of the finest and most decorative carriage clocks for high end retailers; Hamman & Koch, established in 1861, were importers of French clocks and bronzes, Dutch hall clocks, and dealt in fine watches and jewelry. For many years, the H.L. mark was thought to have been that of Henry Lemaile. Recent research by Leigh Extence has reattributed the mark to Holingue Freres, suppliers of blancs to Drocourt and others. research into the Jacot and Drocourt firms can be found at www.extence.co.uk. $3,000 - $4,000
863 England, a very decorative miniature carriage timepiece, the gilt case with expertly engraved foliate ornament, the corners with reeded columns, surmounted by chased and engraved finials, the top with acanthus decorated handle, Roman numeral silvered dial with engraved center and gilt, engraved mask, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day timepiece movement with lever escapement, and spring barrel fixed to the front plate     case with minor dings and scratches, minor verdigris on case top, chip at left side of glass, dial with minor scratches, movement with minor scratches and staining, running. The case, though unsigned, bears a striking resemblance to documented examples by the maker L. Lange. $3,000 - $4,000
864 France, hour repeating carriage clock in the form of a sedan chair, the gilt and silvered brass case with faux repousse rococo style ornament, case sides with well executed portraits of a young woman within pink guilloche and polychrome enamel frames, the top with scrolled brackets supporting a fleur de lis finial, Roman numeral gilt metal dial, also with pink guilloche and polychrome enamel surround, the dial above a small, painted garden scene, blued steel hands, 8 day, time and strike movement with lever platform, counting the hours on a gong, and repeating the last hour on demand     dirty, silvered surfaces tarnished, losses to silver and gilt finishes, pink enamel with minor hairlines and discoloration, oval garden scene with repaired split, beveled glass with minor chips at lower right, dial and hands good, running, striking and repeating correctly. A very nice example, in unrestored condition. $3,000 - $4,000
865 Switzerland, a Pendule d'Officer style travel clock, the dovetailed wooden case with underpainted horn veneer, gilt brass gallery with turned finials, cyma curved arms supporting a molded tassel below an Ouroboros form handle, gilt waterleaf cornice, gilt beaded and molded base on turned feet, and gilt rope molding framing lattice panels on sides and back, gilt bezel with convex glass, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, original pierced and engraved gilt hands, movement of two to three day duration, with Sully variant two plane escapement, with time, grand sonnerie strike on demand, and alarm functions, the strike and alarm trains wound by cords     veneer with splits, losses to veneer on case back, gilding with losses, glass with minor scratches, dial with small chip at winding arbor, hands very good, right side fret with minor loss, rear fret replaced, right rear foot replaced, running and striking correctly, alarm functional. $3,000 - $5,000
866 Aubert & Klaftenberger, London, a fine, small, week going English carriage timepiece, the gilt case with foliate engraving, the corners with chased, leaf decorated columns, and signed "L. Lange", Roman numeral silvered dial, the center also with engraving matching the case, blued steel Breguet style hands, and 8 day, 6 pillar fusee movement with lever escapement, serial #1061.     case with minor losses to gilding, one finial replaced, dial with minor tarnish, numerals with some fading, hands good, movement with minor scratches, marks and stains, some screws with marred slots, running. The partnership of Aubert & Klaftenberger was created in 1835 by the union of two watch retailers, C.J. Klaftenberger of London, and D.F. Aubert of Geneva. The firm was a favorite of Prince Albert and Queen Victoria, who often ordered clocks and watches to be presented as gifts. The company also exhibited work at the Crystal Palace Exhibition of 1851, showing complicated watches, a half seconds beating regulator with remontoire, as well as pocket and marine chronometers. While many high quality French carriage clocks bearing the name of the firm are known, English made examples are rare. The case maker L. Lange is known for his high quality work, for both French and English makers. See Roberts, "Carriage and other Travelling Clocks", page 348, for a nearly identical Lange case. $2,000 - $3,000
867 Ed. Chartier, Paris, for Tiffany & Co., New York, a fine gilt bronze and sienna marble carriage clock in the neoclassical style, the case set with five stone panels, within leaf molded surrounds having anthemion corners, the front with Roman numeral white enamel dial and gilt hands, above horn of plenty and lyre ornament, the case sides set with a single, dancing muse, and the top with carrying handle of bowknot and trailing ribbon form, with central laurel wreath, 8 day time, strike, and alarm movement with lever platform, repeating the last hour on demand, serial #12837, case and movement signed by Chartier     very good overall, front panel with crack at 3:00, dial a bit dirty, hands good, ticks, strikes, and repeats, alarm working, would benefit from service. This clock is strikingly similar to examples produced for Breguet by Chartier; a comparative study of this clock and those for made Breguet is featured in the NAWCC bulletin, April 2008, by Richard Perlman. $2,000 - $3,000
868 France, for the English market, a fine Pillars style repeating carriage clock with porcelain panels by Lucien Simonnet, the gilt case with stepped, molded base, the corners with fluted columns and Corinthian capitals supporting the molded cornice, the folding handle with turned ornament, case sides set with signed, polychrome enamel scenes depicting colorfully dressed young women in a garden, the Roman numeral dial surrounded by a landscape scene with castle ruins and floral garlands, blued steel distaff hands, 8 day time, strike, and alarm movement with lever platform, and repeating the last hour on demand, serial #2277     original gilding with losses, left side panel with minor chips at upper left, dial panel with chip at upper right, top glass with chips, running, striking, and repeating correctly, alarm functional. Lucien Simonnet (1849- 1926) studied painting under Jules Lefebvre and Gustave Boulanger, at the Ecole des Beaux- Arts, Paris. He later worked painting porcelain at Sevres, during which time the panels for this clock were produced. The painting on the front panel is reminiscent of his oil on canvas "A Castle Ruin at Dusk", sold at Christies, London in 2007. $2,000 - $3,000
869 Breguet, Paris, a 3/4 size striking carriage clock, glazed brass Gorge case, white enamel dial with blue Roman numerals on a gray ground, with gold, Arabic numeral, outer five minute markers, blued steel Breguet style hands, and with engine turned, gilt mask, the top glass also backed with a matching, engine turned plate with oval aperture for viewing the escapement, 8 day, two train movement with lever platform and cut bimetallic balance, striking the hour and half hour on a bell, serial #1316     case polished and lacquered, with minor spotting and corrosion, a few dings, dial with minor scratches, movement with minor scratches and staining, one movement pillar with burr raised to adjust endshake, regulator with specks of oxide, running and striking correctly, would benefit from service. Correspondence between the consignor and Emmanuel Breguet is included with this clock, and states in part "This Breguet No. 1316 ... is perfectly genuine; completed in 1871, sold on November 8, 1871, to Mr. Acosta, for the sum of 400 Ffr. During 30 years, the clock is regularly serviced by Breguet Paris (6 times), and the owner is still the "Docteur Acosta, 24 rue du Luxembourg, a Paris". In addition to the Breguet signature, the movement bears the stamp "H.L.", and the platform is marked "J.S." with elongated, octagonal border, and is also marked "Soldano" on the underside. For many years, the H.L. mark was thought to have been that of Henry Lemaile. Recent research by Leigh Extence has reattributed the mark to Holingue Freres, suppliers of blancs to Drocourt and others. research into the Jacot and Drocourt firms can be found at www.extence.co.uk. $1,800 - $2,500
871 France, for Tiffany & Co., a Pillars style, petit sonnerie striking carriage clock with repeat, the glazed, gilt case with bright and matte surfaces, the base and cornice with cavetto and egg and dart moldings, the corners with acanthus decorated columns, and carrying handle also with foliate ornament, Arabic numeral white enamel dial with fretted, matte gilt foliate mask against a bright gilt background, blued steel distaff hands, 8 day time, strike, and alarm movement with lever platform, sounding petit sonnerie quarters in passing, with grand sonnerie repeating on demand, the base with strike/ silent lever     case dirty and with losses to gilding, a few minor stains and specks of verdigris, glasses good, dial and mask good, minor losses to signature, minute hand repaired, movement running, striking, and repeating correctly, alarm functional $1,600 - $2,000
872 France, for Tiffany & Co., New York, a rare five minute repeating carriage clock, glazed Corniche case, signed Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel hands, 8 day, time and strike movement with lever platform and cut bimetallic balance, counting the hours in passing, and repeating the last hour and five minute interval on demand, together with its leather covered wooden travel case     case with minor tarnish, right glass with corner chip, lower left, dial and hands good, running, striking and repeating correctly, travel case with significant losses to leather covering, handle missing. See lot 890 for another five minute repeating carriage clock, employing two pushers, and sounding on a single gong. $1,600 - $2,200
873 France, a large and unusual hour repeating carriage clock, the glazed, gilt case with stepped base, corners with twisted, beaded columns, the top with carrying handle of the same design as the columns, smaller twist and bead silvered bands above base and below cornice, Arabic numeral white enamel dials decorated with floral garlands and with double gilt mask, the outer portion fretted and engraved, the inner matted, gold fleur de lis hands, 8 day time, strike, and alarm movement with lever platform and cut bimetallic balance, serial #133     case a bit dirty, otherwise very good, rear glass with chip at upper and lower right, dials and masks very good, hands good, movement with minor staining, running, striking, and repeating correctly, out of beat, alarm functional $1,500 - $2,000
874 Margaine, Paris, for J.E. Caldwell, Philadelphia, a large and decorative striking carriage clock, the gilt Gorge variant case set with beveled glasses, engine turned silvered dial mask surrounding the time and alarm displays, each with gilt decorated black ground, and with convex, white, egg shaped reserves for the red Roman and Arabic numerals, gold spade and poker hands, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement with lever platform, repeating the last hour on demand, the back plate with Margaine's mark, serial #5295     gilding restored, rear glass with chip, upper right, dial with minor hairlines at top, mask good, movement with staining, running striking and repeating correctly, alarm functional $1,500 - $2,000
875 France, a large, Anglaise cased carriage clock with grand sonnerie striking, the glazed, gilt case with molded top and base, the corners with fluted pilasters, Arabic numeral white enamel dial with gilt center and mask, blued steel distaff hands, 8 day time, strike, and alarm movement with lever platform, sounding grand or petit quarters in passing, and repeating the last hour and quarter on demand     case polished and lacquered, glasses good, mask with a few small spots and minor discoloration, dial and hands very good, movement with minor staining, gongs with oxidation, running, striking, and repeating, strikes grand sonnerie at first quarter when set to petit, alarm not functional $1,400 - $1,800
876 France, attributed to Jules, earlier "one piece" carriage clock, time and strike on a bell with hour repeat, the case lightly engraved, 8 day.     retains original "two plane" Jules style platform with ratchet cut scape wheel [similar to club tooth]. The porcelain dial has no chips nor lines, however there is abrasion below 6, where a signature has been effaced, possibly that of Jules a' Paris. One unexplained item on this case is the presence of 4 small holes in the top bars, possibly drilled to allow a bit more volume from the delicate bell. Note early travel clocks often had a knurled knob on the time set, so the winding key is only single ended. $1,400 - $1,800
877 Lorenzo D. Warren, Portland, Maine, 8 day carriage clock with unusual chronometer escapement, glazed brass case, Roman numeral brass dial with seconds at 12:00, blued steel hands, signed, brass timepiece with pivoted detent escapement of unconventional design, brass balance with helical spring and long staff, the roller receiving impulse from a crown wheel, and with unlocking effected by a pin at the lower end of the balance staff, edge of front plate marked "Finished Jan. 2d, 1872"     case dirty, with tarnish and minor staining, one screw for attaching rear panel missing, dial and hands good, movement with dirt and tarnish, running. Little biographical information is available for Lorenzo Warren; on page 113 of "Warren; a genealogy of the descendants of James Warren who was in Kittery, Maine, 1652-1656", we find the following: June 12, 1836; d. at Worcester, Mass., Apr. 6, 1900. Lorenzo, when a boy, learned the watchmaker's trade and jewelry business at Portland, Me., which he continued until 1888, when he retired from business. $1,400 - $1,800
878 Drocourt, for Tiffany, Reed & Cie, Paris, a Gorge cased, hour repeating carriage clock with cold painted enamel ornament, gilt case with floral engraving and mauve accents, Roman numeral white enamel dial with engraved, gilt mask, also enhanced with mauve colored cold enamel, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day time, strike, and alarm movement with lever platform, repeating the last hour on demand, the back plate with the mark of Drocourt, serial #11150     gilding and enamel restored on exterior of case, glasses good, dial good, minor losses to signature, dial mask with minor restoration to enamel, movement with staining, some steel with minor oxide, gong with minor oxide, alarm hammer with repair, runs, strikes, and repeats correctly, alarm functional $1,200 - $1,500
879 France, Carriage Clock, Grand Sonnerie, and repeat, with alarm, in a gilt gorge case, serial 5581, 8 day, lever escapement silvered platform escapement, case with cream colored dials, top dial signed J. E. Caldwell & Co. against a gilt mask, Philadelphia- Paris.     overall excellent condition, the movement engraved at top J. E. CALDWELL, PHILADELPHIA. Perfect dials are mounted to a frosty gilt dial mask. Nicely pierced original hands. Some silvering is worn from the high quality original platform, which has a Breguet style over coil balance spring and with fully cut bi-metallic balance. See this escapement pictured in C. Allix, p.116, plate V.17. Three position lever in base for Silent, Quarters or Full Quarters and Hours. Height shown with handle up. $1,200 - $1,800
880 Leroy & Fils, Paris, a good, Gorge cased hour repeating carriage clock with alarm, gilt, glazed case with carrying handle, signed Roman numeral white enamel dial, bearing the firms addresses in Paris and London, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement with lever platform, and repeating the last hour on demand, the back plate marked "Repassee par Leroy & Fils Palais Royal 13 & 15, Paris", and also with the mark of Drocourt, serial #8909     very good overall, glasses good, dial with a few minor scratches and minor losses to signature, minute hand with minor bend, movement runs, strikes and repeats correctly, alarm functional. In addition to the various marks visible on the back plate of the movement, the Drocourt mark appears inside the back plate, and also the initials "H.L." on the front plate. For many years, the H.L. mark was thought to have been that of Henry Lemaile. Recent research by Leigh Extence has reattributed the mark to Holingue Freres, suppliers of blancs to Drocourt and others. research into the Jacot and Drocourt firms can be found at www.extence.co.uk. $1,200 - $1,500
881 Margaine, Paris, a 3/4 size, Gorge cased hour repeating carriage clock with original outer box, gilt case with beveled glasses, Arabic numeral white enamel dial with gilt, engine turned mask, blued steel hands, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement with lever platform and cut bimetallic balance, repeating the last hour on demand, the back plate with Margaine's mark, serial #19946, with original leather bound travel case, and key     lacquer losses resulting in some dulling in affected areas, front glass with small chip at lower left, dial with a few minor scratches, mask good, minute hand replaced, movement with minor staining, running, striking, and repeating correctly, alarm functional, balance rim bent, box with scuffs and minor losses, handle missing, glass replaced and with rough upper edge, blind missing $1,200 - $1,500
882 Adolph Uligh, Vienna, quarter repeating miniature carriage clock, rectilinear, gilt brass case on turned feet, the front and sides with foliate engraving, Roman numeral silvered dial, also engraved with floral decoration, blued steel Breguet style hands, round, 30 hour verge fusee movement with blued steel gongs, repeating the last hour and quarter on demand     gilding very good, dial with minor scratches and tarnish, painted numerals with minor losses and touch up, hands with minor marring and bends, movement dirty, gummy, will run and strike, needs service and adjustment. The back side of the dial bears the scratched signature of Adolph Uligh, a Vienna watchmaker, active between 1833 and 18 58. $1,000 - $1,500
883 Austria, quarter repeating miniature carriage clock, the rectilinear, gilt brass case on turned feet, front and sides with foliate engraving, carrying handle folding flush with the case top, Roman numeral silvered dial, with engraving matching the case, blued steel hands, round, 30 hour verge fusee movement with blued steel gongs, repeating the last hour and quarter on demand, together with its original leather covered, wooden travel case     case with minor dings and scratches, dial with minor scratches and tarnish, hands with a few specks of oxide, movement complete, not running, good staff, balance rim bent, coqueret screw blocking balance arm, not striking, needs service and adjustment, travel case with minor wear and losses $1,000 - $1,500
884 L. Tissot & Cie., Switzerland, for Chester Billings & Son, New York, miniature hour repeating carriage clock, the gilt, glazed Anglaise Riche style case in mignonette #3 size, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel hands, gilt 8 day movement with lever platform and cut bimetallic balance, repeating the hours on demand, with Tissot logo at lower left, back plate, serial #54093     top dirty and with losses to gilding, left front foot and left upper corner with minor deformation, handle with staining and minor bend, rear glass with tiny chip, lower right, dial with repair at upper left, movement dirty, ticks briefly, ratchet with broken teeth, gong with minor bends, repeating functions correctly $1,000 - $1,500
885 Austria, an unusual three train carriage clock with Viennese striking, date, and alarm, gilt case with corbelled pilasters, top and base with cupids bow molded edges, case back with shuttered apertures for winding and setting, Roman numeral white enamel dial with date and alarm chapters, blued steel trefoil hands, 30 hour time, strike, and alarm movement with cylinder platform, grand sonnerie striking, and repeating the last hour and quarter on demand     case with tarnish and discoloration, glasses with corner chips, dial with minor scratches and small chips at center arbor, minute hand replaced, running, striking, and repeating, sometimes sounding incorrect quarters, alarm functional, hammer not hitting bell, needs adjustment $800 - $1,200
886 Bench made carriage clock with chronometer escapement and astronomical dial, ebonized, glazed mahogany case, silvered dial with separate chapters for hours, minutes, and seconds, blued steel hands, 8 day timepiece movement with chronometer platform, cut bimetallic balance with rim riveted to balance arm, and Earnshaw spring detent escapement     case front with surface losses, dirty, dial with minor discoloration, minute and seconds hands painted black, movement dirty and with fingerprint staining, running, balance spring out of flat $800 - $1,200
887 Drocourt, for Henry Capt. Geneva, a large, oval cased, hour repeating carriage clock, the glazed case with molded top and base, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement with lever platform, repeating the last hour on demand, the back plate with Drocourt's mark, and also "Henry Capt Geneve" serial #14498     case polished and with a coat of lacquer, dial with specks of dirt, otherwise very good, hands good, alarm hand with oxide, movement with minor staining, platform with minor discoloration, running, striking, and repeating correctly, alarm functional $800 - $1,200
888 England, a miniature rosewood bracket form fusee timepiece, the glazed, architectural case with footed, molded base supporting a bombe surface the upper, rectilinear portion with cavetto cornice molding, Roman numeral silvered dial with blued spade and whip hands, the door with matching, silvered liner, 8 day, brass timepiece movement with recoil escapement, and brass pendulum with tie down for transport     feet reattached to case, old finish in very good condition, minor losses to veneer on back door, good glasses, dial very good, hands replaced, and with minor bends, door liner with minor tarnish, movement plates with minor tarnish, running $800 - $1,200
889 France, for Bailey, Banks & Biddle Co., Philadelphia, a very decorative striking carriage clock with original travel case, the gilt case with green onyx panels, top and base with gilt fret, the frets, handle and bezel set with brilliants, Arabic numeral white enamel dial with polychrome enamel floral garlands, gilt Louis XV style hands, 8 day, time and strike movement with lever platform counting the hours in passing, together with its original leather covered travel case and key     gilding with losses, front panel repaired, handle mounting studs replaced, dial with minor losses to signature, otherwise very good, hands good, movement running and striking correctly, platform replaced, travel case with scuffing and minor losses, handle missing $800 - $1,200
890 France, an unusual, five minute repeating carriage clock with single gong, gilt Corniche case with bevelled glasses, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel distaff hands, 8 day, time and strike movement with lever platform, counting the hours in passing, repeating the hours when activated by top pusher, and repeating the last five minute interval through the pusher at case back     case dirty and lacking gilding, glasses good, dial and hands good, movement running, striking, and repeating correctly, gong abraded and with minor oxide, an unusual clock. Because this clock has a single gong, the hour and five minute functions are activated by separate pushers, otherwise the hour and five minute interval would be indistinguishable. See lot 872 for another five minute repeating carriage clock, employing one pusher, and sounding on two gongs. $750 - $1,000
891 Jules Desjardin, France, carriage clock, time, strike, repeat & alarm, in a two-tone round column case, with round white dials behind a frosted gilt mask with the Arabic numerals separated by gold stars at the half hour positions. 18462     this clock was restored around 20 years ago, with bright nickel plating on the flats & handle center, and gold plating on the rounded surfaces. There is minor oxidation present on the nickel surfaces. The movement is clean &strikes on a gong, and with original lever platform intact. Note balance staff is intact, but balance has over-banked and is currently immobile $750 - $1,000
892 Drocourt, Paris, for Henry Capt, Geneva, a Cannelee cased hour repeating carriage clock, glazed, gilt case with molded top and base, signed Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, 8 day time, strike, and alarm movement with lever platform, repeating the last hour on demand, the back plate with Drocourt's mark, serial #10018     a bit dirty, gilding restored, right side glass with chip at lower right, left glass with chip at lower left, dial with minor scratches, movement with staining, gong with a few spots of oxide, running, striking, and repeating correctly, alarm not functional $700 - $1,000
893 Margaine, Paris, for Henry Capt, Geneva, a Cannelee cased hour repeating carriage clock, glazed, gilt case with molded top and base, signed Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel spade and poker hands, 8 day time, strike, and alarm movement with lever platform, repeating the last hour on demand, the back plate with Margaines mark     case surface a bit dirty, abraded and with a coat of lacquer, front glass with minor chip at lower right, dial with hairline at lower right, otherwise good, minor losses to signature, minute hand with minor bends and losses to blue, movement with minor staining, gong with minor oxide, running, striking, and repeating, cannon pinion incorrectly oriented, causing hour snail to advance at half hour, and so repeats incorrectly following the half hour, time barrel with repairs, alarm functional $600 - $900
894 France, for H. Arnold, Budapest, a miniature carriage timepiece with alarm, mignonette #1 size Obis case with beveled glasses, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, blued steel hands, 8 day brass movement with lever platform, the alarm sounding on a coiled gong concealed in the base     case with minor spotting and tarnish, front glass with tiny chip at lower right, rear glass with surface flakes at upper right, dial with hairlines and repaired fracture at top, movement with minor marks and scratches, running, low balance amplitude, alarm functional, alarm hand needs to be synchronized with time hands, needs service $400 - $600
895 France, striking carriage clock with hour repeat, Corniche case with beveled glass panels, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, blued steel distaff hands, 8 day time, strike and alarm movement with lever platform and cut bimetallic balance, repeating the last hour on demand, with partial travel case     case with tarnish, polish residue, and minor spotting, glasses good, dial with hairlines at upper left, hands with specks of oxide, movement running and striking correctly, cannon pinion incorrectly oriented, causing repeat of the next hour following the half hour, platform and top glass very oily, balance with low amplitude, needs service, travel case missing top and handle $400 - $600
896 France, a miniature carriage timepiece with enamel panels and travel case, gilt case with carrying handle, the sides and back with polychrome enamel decorated copper panels, the dial with teal blue enamel ground, and decorated with polychrome birds and foliage, gilt Roman numeral chapter ring with fancy gilt hands, 8 day timepiece movement with lever platform, with original leather covered wooden travel case     gilding dirty and with wear, front glass with chips, left panel with cracks and losses, right side panel missing, rear panel cracked, dial with chip at upper right movement dirty, running, travel case with losses, travel case dimensions listed $200 - $300
897 Boston Clock Co., Boston, Mass., 8 day, time and strike tandem-wind carriage clock with balance platform mounted vertically on the back plate, serial #D367.     gilding dirty, front glass with chip at top, dial with hairline and filled at three corners, movement runs and strikes, would benefit from service $250 - $350
898 Tag Heuer, Switzerland, a stainless steel "Carrera" wrist watch, ref. WV211A-3, 26 jewels, automatic winding, nickel plate movement with lever escapement, stainless steel case with sapphire back, baton marker silver dial with date aperture at 3:00, luminous baton hands, 38mm, c2010, with leather strap and deployant clasp, original boxes and papers.     CASE: A few dings; Fine scuffs and scratches. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very good. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). Boxes very good $500 - $800
899 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., "Pacer" electric wrist watch, cal. 500, nickel plate movement in a white and yellow gold filled asymmetric case, Arabic numeral and arrow marker black painted dial, gilt dauphine hands, serial #S280497, 31mm x 45mm, c1960, together with its original box.     CASE: Minor ding, 9:00; Minor scratches; Crystal with minor scratches and small chip; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Crazing; Minor bend and chip to finish at lower right. HANDS: Minor oxidation. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). Box a bit worn, lining with minor wear. $500 - $700
900 Breitling, Switzerland, for Bentley, ref. A44362 automatic wrist chronograph, ETA cal. 2892A2, 21 jewels, automatic winding, spotted nickel plate movement with lever escapement, in a stainless steel case with stainless bracelet and rotating bezel, baton marker silver metal dial with constant seconds, hour and minute registers and date display below 12:00, luminous baton hands, serial #2128689, 48mm, c2005, with boxes and paperwork.     CASE: Minor dings; Scratches on outer surface of case; Bracelet with dings and scratches. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very good. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. Boxes and paperwork good. $2,500 - $3,500
901 Minerva Watch Co., Switzerland, ref. VF 712 wrist chronograph with full calendar, box and papers, Valjoux cal. 723, 17 jewels, manual winding nickel plate movement with lever escapement in a stainless steel case with stainless bracelet, silvered dial with luminous markers, minute and hour registers, constant seconds and triple calendar display, with luminous, blued steel hands, serial #368266, 36mm, c1960, with original box, tags, and instruction sheet.     CASE: Minor dings and scratches; Case back with some case wrench marks; Plastic crystal with scratches; A bit dirty. DIAL: A few minor spots, lume replaced, otherwise very good. HANDS: Minor bends; Loss to luminous compound, hour hand. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; One lever with spot of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. Box and papers very good. An extremely well preserved example. $2,500 - $3,500
902 Universal, Geneve, a stainless steel "Tri Compax" wrist chronograph, ref. 22297-2, 17 jewels cal. 281, manual winding nickel plate movement with lever escapement, in a stainless steel case, the luminous arrow marker silvered dial with minute and hour registers, constant seconds, triple date and phases of the moon, gilt, luminous dauphine hands, serial #1633334, 34mm, c1955.     CASE: Minor marks and scratches; Plastic crystal. DIAL: Faint marks and spotting; May be restored. HANDS: Spots of oxide; Date indicator repainted. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor marks; A few scattered specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. A very nice example. $2,500 - $3,500
903 Jaeger- LeCoultre, Switzerland, an early, stainless steel "Reverso" wristwatch with sweep seconds, 15 jewels, manual winding, cotes de Geneve decorated gilt plate movement with lever escapement, in a stainless steel reversible case, luminous, baton marker silvered dial, blued steel luminous necktie hands, serial #206843 (movement), 71777 (case), 22mm x 37mm, c1935.     CASE: Minor marks and scratches; Minor splits near lugs. DIAL: Minor discoloration and spotting. HANDS: Good, hour with loss to luminous compound. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate; Screw heads with minor marring. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Ticks briefly, needs service. A very nice, unrestored example. $2,000 - $3,000
904 Montres Tudor SA., Geneva, "Submariner", ref. 7928, 17 jewels, cal.390, automatic winding nickel plate movement with lever escapement, in a stainless steel, water resistant case, and luminous dot, baton, and arrow marker black dial, polished, luminous Mercedes style hands, and stainless bracelet with deployant clasp, serial #598103, 39mm, c1968     CASE: Minor dings and scratches; Scratches on case back; Plastic crystal with minor scratches; Bezel with a few minor losses to insert. DIAL: Dial lacking luminous compound, otherwise very good. HANDS: Hour hand with minor bends. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Automatic bridge with small gouge at screw; Case screw with minor oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). Bracelet with wear and scratches. $2,000 - $3,000
905 Omega Watch Co., Switzerland, a single owner "Speedmaster Professional" wrist chronograph, ref.145.022-69, cal. 861, manual winding, 17 jewel gilt movement with lever escapement, in a stainless steel case with dot over 90 bezel, black dial with luminous markers, constant seconds, minute and hour registers, luminous baton hands, serial #29118182, 42mm, c1969.     CASE: Minor dings and scratches; Bezel with losses to paint; Plastic crystal with minor scratches; Back with small gouge from case wrench. DIAL: Very good original dial. HANDS: Very good original hands; Spotting on register and seconds hands. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), needs service. COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. The consignor purchased this watch prior to his departure for Vietnam in 1969. He spent much of his tour as part of a Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol team, surveilling sites in Cambodia, and the A Shau valley. $2,000 - $3,000
906 Rolex Watch Co., Switzerland, man's ref. 16013 "Datejust" wrist watch, 27 jewels, automatic winding, adjusted, nickel plate movement with lever escapement and free sprung balance in a stainless steel case with 18 karat gold fluted bezel and ref.455 stainless steel and 18 karat gold Jubilee bracelet, baton marker brushed gold dial with date aperture at 3:00, luminous gold baton hands, serial #7101837, 35mm, c1982, with associated Rolex boxes.     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Bracelet with fine scuffs and scratches; Plastic crystal; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Seconds with oxidation. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor marks and scratches. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). Outer box with scuffs, minor dirt and losses, inner box good $2,000 - $3,000
907 Corum, Switzerland, twenty dollar gold coin wristwatch, 18 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel plate movement with lever escapement in an 18 karat yellow gold case, stick marker metal dial, stick hands, 34mm, 42.4g TW, c1980, with original box.     CASE: Minor dings and scratches; Front with deformation at hinge. DIAL: Good; Debris between dial and crystal. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,800 - $2,200
908 Heuer- Leonidas SA, Switzerland, a Heuer Daytona wrist chronograph, ref. 110.203B, 17 jewels, manual winding, cal. 12 gilt plate movement with lever escapement in a stainless steel case with stainless bracelet and stick marker, blue metal dial with hour and minute registers and date aperture at 6:00, white painted baton hands, serial #332313, 38mm, c1980.     CASE: Minor dings and scratches; Bracelet with minor marks and scratches. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very good. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. $1,500 - $2,000
909 Breitling, Switzerland, ref. A13350 "Blackbird" automatic wrist chronograph, 25 jewels, automatic winding, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel plate movement with lever escapement, in a stainless steel case with stainless bracelet, baton marker black metal dial with constant seconds, hour and minute registers and date display at 3:00, luminous baton hands, serial #21673, 39mm, c2000.     CASE: Minor dings; Fine scratches on outer surface of case. DIAL: Tiny blisters in black coating. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few fine scratches; Dusty; MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. $1,200 - $1,500
910 Breitling, Switzerland, ref. B13050.1 "Chronomat" wrist chronograph, eta cal. 7750, 25 jewels, automatic winding nickel plate movement with lever escapement, in a stainless steel case with 18 karat gold appointments, baton marker green dial with constant seconds, minute and hour registers, and date aperture at 3:00, luminous, gold baton hands, serial #206342, 40mm, c2000, with associated "Breitlin for Bentley" boxes and papers.     CASE: Minor dings and pin pricks; Very fine scratches on outer surface of case; Case and bracelet with buffing compound residue. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very good. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. Box with split at corner, minor marks and scuffs. $1,600 - $2,200
911 Omega Watch Co., Switzerland, ref. 145.020 "Seamaster Soccer Timer", cal. 861, 17 jewels, manual winding gilt plate movement with lever escapement in a stainless steel case with leather strap, and silvered dial with painted baton markers, minute and hour registers, constant seconds and tachymeter bezel, luminous baton hands, serial #28081388, 40mm, c1970.     CASE: Dirty; Dings and scratches; Plastic crystal with scratches and deformation at 5:00. DIAL: Very good with minor dirt. HANDS: Minor staining and discoloration. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), would benefit from service. COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functioning, start/ stop pusher will not activate the chronograph, pusher needs cleaning or replacement. $1,200 - $1,600
912 Movado, Switzerland, man's ref. 01.0180.434 wrist chronograph with Zenith El Primero movement, 31 jewels, automatic winding nickel plate movement with lever escapement in a stainless steel case with stainless bracelet, the signed, silvered dial with luminous markers, constant seconds, hour and minute registers, and date aperture at 4:30, luminous baton hands, 37mm, c1970.     CASE: Dings and scratches, case and bracelet. DIAL: Spotting. HANDS: Scratches. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. $1,000 - $1,500
913 Rolex Watch Co., Switzerland, "Oyster Perpetual", ref. 1002, 26 jewels, automatic winding, cal. 1570 nickel plate movement with lever escapement and free sprung balance, in a stainless steel case with ref. 557 bracelet, with silver, Roman numeral, white painted metal dial with polished markers, luminous baton hands, serial #3539178, 34mm, c1972- 73     CASE: Minor dings and scratches; Bracelet with minor scuffs and scratches; Plastic crystal with minor scratches. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor wear to plating on automatic bridge. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). A very nice example $1,000 - $1,500
914 Rolex Watch Co., Switzerland, a gold, semi bubble back "Oyster Perpetual" wrist watch, ref. 6285, cal. 645, 20 jewels, automatic winding nickel plate movement with lever escapement in an 18 karat, yellow gold case with reeded bezel, and silver, arrow marker metal dial, and luminous dauphine hands, serial #983566, 33.5mm, 44.4g TW, c1959.     CASE: Minor dings and scratches; Back with minor roughness on milled teeth; back with minor dings; Bezel worn; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Restored. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Minor staining. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $900 - $1,200
915 Omega Watch Co., Switzerland, lady's gold wrist watch, cal. 650, 17 jewels, manual winding, adjusted to two positions, gilt plate movement with lever escapement in a 14 karat yellow gold case with diamond set bezel and integral, tapering, gold bracelet, baton marker metal dial, black painted baton hands, serial #23750141, bracelet width at timepiece 24mm, 38.2g TW, c1965, with original box.     CASE: Good; Precious metal content marked; Diamonds tested. DIAL: Specks of dirt / dust. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) Box hinge detached, needs repair $800 - $1,000
917 Omega Watch Co., Switzerland, a lady's ref. D6666 gold wrist watch, cal. 620, 17 jewels gilt movement with lever escapement, in a 14 karat yellow gold case with integral bracelet, silvered dial with baton markers and stick hands, serial #25784991, 26mm, 39.7g TW, c1980.     CASE: Minor dings and scratches; Plastic crystal; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Minor scratching and discoloration, hidden by bezel, otherwise very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Minor staining. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $600 - $800
918 Omega Watch Co., Switzerland, ref. 176.007 "Seamaster" automatic wrist chronograph, 22 jewels, automatic winding, gilt plate movement with lever escapement in a grained, yellow gold filled case, brushed, gold tone dial with date aperture, central minute register, hour register, constant seconds, and 24 hour display, gold baton hands, 38mm x 43mm, serial #34240484, c1970     CASE: Minor dings and scratches; Case back with buffing marks; Plastic crystal with minor scratches; Tops of chronograph pushers worn through. DIAL: A few minor spots, otherwise very good. HANDS: Dirty; Minute with minor bends. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches; Some steel parts with specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. $600 - $800
919 Rolex Watch Co., Switzerland, "Oyster Date", ref. 6694, cal. 1225, 17 jewels, manual winding nickel plate movement with lever escapement in a stainless steel case, with ref. 57 bracelet, gray linen dial with polished baton markers, and luminous hands, serial #2219301, 34mm, c1968     CASE: Dings and minor scratches; Bezel with dent. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). Bracelet with marks and scratches. $600 - $900
920 Le Coultre & Co., Switzerland, a ref. 2671- SC- 815/825 "Jumbo Memovox" wrist watch, 17 jewels, automatic winding, nickel plate movement with lever escapement in a gold filled case and baton marker metal dial, luminous gold baton hands, serial #1746973, 38mm, c1965.     CASE: Dings and scratches; Plastic crystal with minor scratches. DIAL: Minor toning to alarm disc. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches; Very dirty; stems with rust at joint. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), alarm functional. $500 - $800
921 Seapro divers watch, Miyota 21 jewels, automatic winding nickel plate movement, yellow metal dial with luminous markers and hands, and date aperture at 3:00, stainless steel case and bracelet, with rotating bezel, c2010, with boxes and manual.     case and bracelet with a few minor marks and scratches, dial and hands very good, movement with minor scratches, running, outer box with bumps and splits, inner box and manual good. $100 - $200
922 Cartier, Paris, France, lady's "must de Cartier", 4 jewels quartz movement in a sterling silver case with Roman numeral black painted dial, and blued steel hands, 27mm, with box, c1990, with box and papers.     CASE: Dings and minor scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very good. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). Box and papers very good. $400 - $600
923 Gruen Watch Co., Switzerland, "Airflight" pilots wrist watch, cal. N-510-SS 17 jewels, nickel plate movement with lever escapement in a rose gold filled case with stainless steel back, Arabic numeral brushed metal dial, displaying hours 1- 12, the disc jumping to show hours 13- 24 every 12 hours, gold hands, 35mm, c1955.     CASE: Minor dings and scratches; Minor brassing at lug tips; Plastic crystal with scratches. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor scratches; Dusty. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $400 - $600
924 International Watch Co., for Spaulding & Co., Chicago, a lady's gold and enamel wrist watch, 18 jewels, manual winding, adjusted, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel plate movement with lever escapement, signed Cresarrow Watch Co.", in an 18 karat yellow gold case with black and white enamel, and 14 karat gold mesh band, Arabic numeral, silver dial, blued steel moon hands, serial #9163, 13mm x 27mm, 21g TW, c1910.     CASE: Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Band with minor deformation and repair; Precious metal content tested (band); Precious metal content marked (case): DIAL: A few minor marks, otherwise very good. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Two screws with specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $400 - $600
925 Rolex Watch Co., Switzerland, "Oyster Date", ref. 6694, cal. 1210, 17 jewels, manual winding nickel plate movement with lever escapement in a stainless steel case and ref. 60 bracelet, with silver, baton and arrow metal dial, and luminous alpha hands, serial #753466, 34mm, c1952     CASE: Dings, pin pricks and minor scratches; Bracelet worn and with minor scratches; Case back with a few marks from incorrect case wrench. DIAL: Loss to lacquer, spotting. HANDS: Oxidation. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Steel with specks of oxide; Sweep seconds tension spring poorly repaired. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $400 - $600
926 Rolex Watch Co., Switzerland, "Oyster Royal", ref. 6427, 17 jewels, manual winding, cal. 1210 nickel plate movement with lever escapement in a stainless steel case with Jubilee bracelet, with silver, arrow and baton marker metal dial, luminous silver alpha hands, serial #706963, 34mm, c1951     CASE: Minor dings and scratches; Crown thread worn; Incorrect bracelet with wear and damage near clasp. DIAL: Losses to lacquer and minor spotting. HANDS: Dirty. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Winding wheels with minor pitting; Some steel with specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low amplitude, needs service. $400 - $600
927 Tudor Watch Co., Geneva, ref. 7909 Tudor Oyster Prince 34, 17 jewels, automatic winding, cal. 390 gilt plate movement with lever escapement in a stainless steel case with twin lock crown and silvered, baton and arrow marker luminous dial, luminous alpha hands, serial #147489, 34mm, c1955.     CASE: Dings and scratches; Plastic crystal. DIAL: Very good with minor dirt and toning. HANDS: Tip of hour hand missing. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches; Winding wheel retaining clip an incorrect replacement; Very dirty; Case screws with rust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Ticks briefly, needs service. $400 - $600
928 Bulova Accutron, calibre 214, 14 karat yellow gold scalloped lug case, baton marker metal dial, gilt luminous alpha hands, 36.5g TW, c1970     case with minor marks and scratches, one lug with minor bend, dial with discolored lacquer and toning, hands good, running (needs battery), precious metal content marked $300 - $400
929 Jaeger- LeCoultre, Switzerland, a mans rose gold wrist watch, cal. P450/4C, 15- 17 jewels, manual winding, cotes de Geneve decorated gilt plate movement with lever escapement in an 18 karat, rose gold case with teardrop lugs and Arabic numeral and arrow marker metal dial, gold dauphine hands, serial #399897 (movement), 349674 (case), 35mm, 41.7g TW, c1945.     CASE: Minor dings and scratches; One lug with heavy scratch; Lugs reattached to case; Plastic crystal; Crown replaced; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Minor spotting and loss to lacquer; Dirty. HANDS: Good, seconds hand with oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches and scuffs on plate; Screw heads with minor marring; Dirty. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Ticks briefly, needs service. $300 - $400
930 Omega Watch Co., Switzerland, man's first generation "Dynamic" wrist watch, ref. 166.039, cal. 565-1, 24 jewels, automatic winding, gilt plate movement with lever escapement in a grained, stainless steel case and stick marker, blue metal dial with luminous baton hands, serial #27550478, 36mm x 41mm, with original blue Omega strap.     CASE: Dings; Scratches on outer surface of case; Plastic crystal; Fine scratches on crystal. DIAL: Minor scratches; Minor spotting; Small areas of loss at edge. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor scratches; Minor scuffing from rotor. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) .Strap good, slightly shortened (4mm) $300 - $500
931 Rolex Watch Co., Switzerland, lady's gold wrist watch, cal 1400, free sprung 17 jewels, manual winding nickel plate movement with lever escapement in a 14 karat, yellow gold case, brushed silver dial with gilt markers and blued steel stick hands, serial #95414, 14mm, 17g TW, c1960.     CASE: Dent, 9:00; Minor dings and scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Dirt and spotting. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Dirty. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $300 - $500
932 Tag Heuer, Switzerland, ref. 665.706KA automatic wrist watch, ETA cal. 2824-2, 25 jewels, automatic winding nickel plate movement with lever escapement in a matte finished stainless steel case with rotating bezel and stainless bracelet, silvered dial with luminous markers and date aperture at 3:00, gilt Mercedes style hands, serial #BO7289, 37mm, c2000.     CASE: Minor dings and scratches; Bracelet with minor dings and scratches; A bit dirty. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor spots, otherwise very good. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $300 - $400
933 Tudor Watch Co., Geneva, ref. 7965 Tudor Oyster Prince, 25 jewels, automatic winding nickel plate movement with lever escapement in a stainless steel case with jubilee bracelet, and silvered, Arabic numeral and arrow marker metal dial, luminous alpha hands, serial #278836, 34mm, c1960     CASE: Dings and minor scratches; One lug with gouge; Bracelet worn; Bracelet ends modified to fit case. DIAL: Losses to lacquer; Spotting and discoloration. HANDS: Very dirty, loss to luminous compound. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $300 - $400
934 E. Gubelin, Lucerne, lady's gold and enameled pendant watch, 17 jewels, stem wind and set nickel bar movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance in an 18 karat, white and yellow gold, hinged back and snap bezel open face case with blue guilloche enamel and diamond set cover, Arabic numeral, single sunk silvered dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #19888, 27mm, 17.8g TW, c1910.     CASE: Plastic crystal; Enamel with loss and minor scratches; One small diamond missing; Precious metal content marked; Diamonds tested. DIAL: Minor scratches. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches and minor marks on plate; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Not running, good staff, broken mainspring. $300 - $400
935 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): Both Bulova Accutron, the first a "Spaceview", cal. 214 movement, stainless steel case, with gilt and stainless jubilee style bracelet, the other an "Astronaut Mark II", cal 2185 movement, silvered, baton marker dial, stainless steel case and bracelet, serial #3-227277, 3-264404     both tested, running, batteries needed $250 - $350
936 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): Both Bulova Accutron, the first a cal. 214 "Spaceview", mounted in a gilt case for desk use, with box, the other a cal. 214 "Astronaut", stainless case with hidden lugs, and crocodile strap, serial #3-213010 (astronaut) .     both tested, running, batteries needed, Astronaut lacking dial, desk clock box with losses to liner $300 - $400
937 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): Both by LeCoultre, the first a "Memovox", ref. 3025, 17 jewel cal. K814 movement, arrow marker metal dial, gold filled case, 34mm, serial #1547306, the other a "Wrist Alarm", 17 jewel cal. 489/1 movement, Arabic numeral and baton marker metal dial, gold filled case, 31mm, serial #719382     both running and with functional alarms $300 - $400
938 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): Both Hamilton, both with 19 jewel movements, and in 14 karat yellow gold cases, 54.8g TW     both running, precious metal content marked $300 - $400
939 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): Both LeCoultre, the first a ref. 2671-1-815-825 "Jumbo Memovox", cal. K-825 17 jewel automatic movement, baton marker metal dial, gold filled case, 38mm, serial #1468233, the other a "Futurematic", cal. 497 17 jewel automatic movement, arrow marker metal dial with power reserve indication, gold filled case, 34mm, serial #1031115     both running, Memovox with seconds hand broken off of tube $500 - $700
940 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): Both Omega "Seamaster", the first a ref. F- 6262, cal. 344, 17 jewel bumper automatic movement, Arabic numeral and arrow marker metal dial, gold filled case, serial #14213866, the other a ref.LL-6287-1, cal. 560, 17 jewel automatic movement, baton marker metal dial, gold filled case, serial #23916792     6287 running, 6262 with good staff $400 - $550
941 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): Both Omega Electronic 300 Hz., and with cal. 1250 movements, the first a ref.198.030, blue metal dial, stainless steel case, the other a "Constellation", ref. 198.0024, with silver tone metal dial, stainless steel case and bracelet     both tested, running, batteries needed $250 - $350
942 Wrist watches- 2 (Two): Both Omega Electronic 300 Hz., and with cal. 1260 movements, the first a ref.198.031, gold tone metal dial, gold filled case, the other a "Constellation", ref. 198.0072, with brown metal dial, and gold filled case     both tested, running, batteries needed $250 - $350
943 Wrist watches- 3 (Three): All 18 karat gold, by Glycine, Helvetia, and Elgin, 75.9g Tw     Glycine running, precious metal content marked $400 - $550
944 Wrist watches- 3 (Three): All Omega, the first a "Seamaster 600", ref. 136.011, cal. 611, 17 jewel gilt movement, gray textured dial with gilt baton markers, gold filled case, 34mm, serial #23302710, the next a ref. a "Seamaster", ref. 2635-9 SC, cal. 354, 17 jewel bumper automatic, silver dial with Arabic numerals and arrow markers, and stainless steel case, 32mm, serial #14140480, and a ref. 2576-8, cal. 342, bumper automatic movement, silver dial with Arabic numerals and arrow markers, stainless steel case and bracelet, 34mm, serial #11843254     sold "as is". $450 - $650
945 Wrist watches- 3 (Three): All Omega, the first a ref. 166.033 "DeVille", cal. 565, 24 jewel automatic movement, silvered dial with baton markers, gold filled case, 34mm, serial #27578504, the next a ref. F6231, cal 342, 17 jewel bumper automatic movement, gold filled case, 33mm, serial #11991829, and a ref. 166.002 "Seamaster", cal. 562, 24 jewel automatic movement, silvered dial with gilt baton markers, gold filled case, 34mm, serial #22636668     all running $300 - $400
946 Wrist watches- 3 (Three): All Omega, the first a ref. 2862, cal. 491, 19 jewel gilt movement, silver dial with Arabic numeral and arrow markers, stainless steel case, 32mm, serial #15336757, the next a ref. 4168, cal.354, 17 jewel, bumper automatic movement, silvered dial with arrow markers, gold filled case, 34mm, serial #13738146, and a ref. LL6066 "Seamaster DeVille", cal. 550, 17 jewel automatic movement, silvered dial with Arabic numerals and baton markers, stainless steel case with 14 karat gold lugs, 33.5 mm, serial #22185364     all running, precious metal content tested $300 - $400
947 Wrist watches- 3 (Three): All Omega, the first a ref.136.011"Seamaster 600", cal. 611, 17 jewel gilt movement, silver dial with gilt baton markers, gold filled case, 34mm, serial #23310575, the next a ref. C-2576-5 "Seamaster", cal.342, 17 jewel, bumper automatic movement, silvered dial with Arabic numerals and arrow markers, stainless steel case and bracelet, 34mm, serial #12765306, and a ref. 2576-14 "Seamaster", cal. 344, 17 jewel bumper automatic movement, silvered dial with Arabic numerals and arrow markers, stainless steel case and bracelet, 34mm, serial #13853149     all running $400 - $600
948 Wrist watches- 3 (Three): All Quartz, the first a Tag Heuer 995.706A, stainless case with gilt bezel, luminous silver dial, with lizard strap, the next a Movado "Museum", gilt case with black Museum dial, with lizard grain strap, box, and papers, the last an Invicta 2183 chronograph, stainless steel case, Arabic numeral silvered dial with minute and hour registers, with alligator strap, box, and papers     all running $300 - $400
949 Wrist watches- 4 (Four): All 14 karat gold, by Longines, Lucien Piccard, Meylan, and Concord, 58.4g TW     three running, precious metal content marked $500 - $600
950 Wrist watches- 4 (Four): All Omega, the first a ref. 2144, 17 jewel nickel movement, silvered dial with Arabic numerals, stainless steel case, 30mm, serial #9757462, the next a ref. 136.005 "Seamaster", cal. 610, 17 jewel gilt movement, white painted dial with baton markers, gold filled case, 33mm, serial #20638478, a ref. 2846-2-SC, "Seamaster", cal. 500, 17 jewel automatic movement, silvered dial with Arabic numerals and baton markers, gold filled case, 34 mm, serial #15032281, and a 15 jewel with silvered Arabic numeral dial and rectangular stainless steel case, 19mm x 37mm     three running, 136.005 ticks briefly $250 - $350
951 Wrist watches- 5 (Five): All character watches, including a Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Hopalong Cassidy, and two Cinderella, together with a Roy Rogers badge     three running $200 - $300
952 Wrist watches- 5 (Five): All Swiss, purse or travel style, by Eterna, Oris, and others, including two Ermeto style, one with engine turned silver case, and a wrist model, with various leather or skin coverings, 20th c.     4 running $300 - $400
953 Wrist watches- 5 (Five): Including two lady's one an Omega, the other a Lady Elgin, both in 14 karat gold cases, 23.4g TW, and three men's watches, a Gruen, a Hamilton, and an Elgin automatic, in gold filled cases     Omega running, precious metal content marked $250 - $350
954 Wrist watches- 6 (Six), the first a Leonidas chronograph, 17 jewel nickel movement with lever escapement, Arabic numeral metal dial with constant seconds minute and hour registers, and stainless steel case, the next an Elgin, 15 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, 14 karat gold case, a Lady Elgin with octagonal,14 karat gold case, a Sharp quartz, a Timex, and a 6/0 size Illinois, 43.5g TW (14k)     Leonidas missing one pusher, will tick briefly, chronograph mechanism complete, Elgin running $350 - $500
955 Wrist watches- 7 (Seven): Four Gruen, two marked "Curvex", and three Omega, including a "Ladymatic", a man's manual wind, and a man's quartz, all in gold filled cases     3 gruen running, the other ticks briefly, man's Omega running, Ladymatic ticks briefly, running condition of quartz watch unknown $300 - $400
956 Wrist watches- 10 (Ten): All novelty and character watches, including Babe Ruth, Superman, Boy Scouts, Mickey Mouse, three little pigs, and others, together with a Roskopf pocket watch with colorful enamel dial     Gene Autry and Mickey Mouse running, some watches with losses $500 - $700
957 Wrist watches- 20 (Twenty): All Bulova Accutron, with cal. 214 movements     not tested, for parts $300 - $400
958 Approximately 52 men's wrist watches, makers including Wittnauer, Lucerne, Hamilton, Elgin, Benrus, Longines, Bulova, Waltham and others     $200 - $300
959 Approximately 55 lady's wrist watches, makers including Elgin, Bulova, Hampden, Wittnauer, Longines, Waltham, Gruen, Benrus, and others     $200 - $300
960 Patek, Philippe & Co., Geneva, for Tiffany & Co., New York, an "Extra" grade five minute repeating gold pocket watch, 31 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted to 6 positions, temperature and isochronism, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel bar movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and wolf's tooth winding in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and snap bezel open face case with invisible hinge, and engraved "John Cabot Jr." on gold cuvette, Roman numeral, single sunk gold dial, blued steel moon hands, serial #174741, 46mm, 70.2g TW, c1915, with Tiffany pouch, the case and movement signed, indicating Patek manufacture for Tiffany.     CASE: Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Cuvette with fine scratches and buffing marks; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Minor scuffs and scratches; Toning at 12:00, 4:00, 8:00; Loss to enamel infill at 8:00. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Bright work with fine scratches. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low amplitude, needs service. COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. $5,500 - $7,500
961 Patek, Philippe & Co., Geneva, for Gondolo & Labouriau, Rio De Janeiro, "Chronometro Gondolo", 20 jewels, stem wind and set gilt bar movement with counterpoised lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws, wolf's tooth winding and Wilmot micrometric regulator in an 18 karat, rose gold, hinged back and bezel, engine turned open face case with maker's details engraved on gold cuvette, and Roman numeral, outer black 5-minute markers, single sunk white enamel dial, marked "R. F. Rocha Frota Engenheiro Civil", gold spade and whip hands, serial #120607, 55mm, 130.3g TW, c1905.     CASE: Minor marks and fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with minor wear; Minor scratches and a few surface flakes on crystal; Bow and crown with minor wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: A few minor scratches, otherwise very good. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratch on crown wheel bridge; Fine scratches on escape wheel endstone setting; Regulator assembly with a few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $3,000 - $4,000
962 Patek, Philippe & Co., Geneva, man's "Extra" grade gold pocket watch, 23 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted to 6 positions, temperature and isochronism, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel bar movement with Geneva Seals, counterpoised lever escapement, cut bimetallic Guillaume style balance, gold timing screws, unusual recoiling click, wolf's tooth winding and whiplash micrometric regulator in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel open face case with Jurgensen lips and maker's details engraved on gold cuvette, Arabic numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel moon hands, serial #161197, 49mm, 101.5g TW, c1915, dial, case and movement signed.     CASE: Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Cuvette with minor wave; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Minor scratches and surface flakes. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Pin pricks and fine scratches on plate; Tiny spot on barrel bridge. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,500 - $3,000
963 Patek, Philippe & Co., Geneva, for Shreve, Crump & Low, Boston, a gold, open face pocket watch, 18- 19 jewels, stem wind and set, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel bar movement with counterpoised lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws, wolf's tooth winding and Wilmot micrometric regulator in an 18 karat, rose gold, hinged back and bezel open face case with presentation on gold cuvette and rear cover with family crest and motto, "Duris Non Frangor", Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, single sunk white enamel dial, gold Louis XV style hands, serial #83127, 49mm, 96.9g TW, c1890.     CASE: Very shallow dent, bezel, 3:00; Minor dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Cuvette with group of short scratches to right of presentation; Engraved crest with wear; Crown replaced; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Faint hairline, 7:30; Minor scratches. HANDS: Replaced seconds hand. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Spotting; Bright work with scattered specks of oxide; Bright work with fine scratches; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks); Some minor stiffness in winding and setting. $1,700 - $2,200
964 Patek, Philippe & Co., Geneva, a man's gold pocket watch, 18 jewels, stem wind and set, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel bar movement with counterpoised lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and wolf's tooth winding in an 18 karat, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned open face case with glazed cuvette, Roman numeral, outer black 5-minute markers, single sunk white enamel dial, plum colored steel spade and whip hands, serial #66781, 54mm, 122.1g TW, c1885.     CASE: Minor dent, back; Minor dings and pin pricks; Dimple, cuvette; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with moderate wear; One hinge plug absent; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Spider hairlines, light, radiating from dial center; Small flakes, center; Chip in enamel concealed by bezel,1:00. HANDS: Minute and seconds replaced. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,600 - $2,000
965 Patek, Philippe & Cie., Geneva, Switzerland, a cal. 9"- 90 movement with later, purpose made gold case, 18 jewels, manual winding, adjusted, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel bar movement with lever escapement, Gyromax balance and micrometric regulator, in an 18 karat, yellow gold custom made case, Arabic numeral and arrow marker silvered dial, rose gold leaf hands, serial #837842, 25mm x 45mm, 54g TW, c1955 (movement) .     CASE: A few minor dings; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Restored; Specks of dirt / dust. HANDS: Replaced, hour and minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor gouging at set lever screw; Bright work with scratches; One bridge screw with spot of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,500 - $2,000
966 Patek, Philippe & Co., Geneva, for Jones, Shreve, Brown & Co., Boston, an important, early keyless gold pocket watch, 10 jewels, stem wind and set gilt bar movement with cylinder escapement in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned open face case, with maker's details engraved on gold cuvette, Roman numeral white enamel dial with plum colored steel Breguet style hands, serial #8814, 40mm, 46.1g TW, c1855.     CASE: Minor dent, band; Very fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; One hinge plug absent; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Tiny flakes at 9:00 dial screw, otherwise very good. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). A very nice example employing the first of Adrien Philippe's stem winding mechanisms, for which he was granted a patent on April 22, 1845. See "Patek Philippe" by Huber and Banbery, pages 49- 52, for more information regarding Philippe's experimentation and development of reliable stem winding and setting. $1,400 - $1,800
967 Patek, Philippe & Co., Geneva, for Duhme & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, a gold, open face pocket watch, 18- 19 jewels, stem wind and set, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel bar movement with counterpoised lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws, wolf's tooth winding and Wilmot micrometric regulator in an 14 karat, rose gold, hinged back and bezel open face, and Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #91087, 49mm, 85.8g TW, c1895.     CASE: Minor dents, back; A few tiny dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Tiny flake in enamel concealed by bezel, 2:00; Minor scratches. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Bright work with minor scratches; Regulator assembly with a few specks of oxide; Minor spotting; Specks of dirt / dust, oily. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low amplitude, needs service. $1,300 - $1,600
968 Patek, Philippe & Co., a Geneve, watch movement (only) with unusual lever escapement, 18 ligne, 15 jewel gilt bar movement with pointed pallets and steel escape wheel with long impulse planes, all lift being on the escape wheel teeth, cut bimetallic balance, and flat, blued steel balance spring, marked "Patek et Comp" on underside of bottom plate, serial #5961, c1855     running, lacking dial and hands $500 - $800
969 Victor Kullberg, London, free sprung keyless, lever fusee "Curiosity" pocket watch with wind indicator, 19 jewels, Kullberg knockout winding, gilt 3/4 plate movement with straight, pierced balance bridge, lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, the top plate engraved with his various awards from international exhibitions, in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, plain polished, open face case with gold cuvette, engraved with "IPC" cipher and "March 6th 1924", and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #1971, 52mm, 133.9g TW.     CASE: Minor flat spot, band & back cover between hinges; A few minor dings; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; bezel and back with gap at band when closed; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Short hairline at 1:00, concealed by bezel. HANDS: Minute with minor bend. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor scratches on plate; Two screws with minor marring and loss to blue. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $5,000 - $7,000
970 Angelus, Le Locle, Switzerland, a gold, quarter repeating pocket chronograph with aviation theme, 16 jewels, stem wind and lever set gilt plate movement with lever escapement in an 18 karat, yellow gold hunting case, with maker's awards for the Liege and Milan Expositions engraved on gold cuvette, and front cover featuring an early aircraft and laurel frond in high relief, and with diamond set sun, Arabic numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, gold spade and whip hands, 55mm, 113.7g TW, c1910.     CASE: Minor, shallow dents; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Repair to band at chronograph pusher; Precious metal content marked; Diamonds tested. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very fine scratches on plate; Minor scratch at click; Minor scratches on steel; Minor spotting. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. $2,500 - $3,000
971 England, a keyless lever minute repeating pocket watch, 19 jewels, stem wind and pin set gilt plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance, double roller and gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and snap bezel open face case, with slide in the band to activate repeating, the back engraved with a crown, arm and broadaxe above a banner reading "Murus Aeneus Conscientia Sana" and with the initials C.R.D., London hallmark and date letter for the year 1883, Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and poker hands, 50mm, 122.6g TW.     CASE: Minor dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with a few minor scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 1:00, center to seconds bit. HANDS: Oxidation, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Screw heads with minor loss to blue; A few specks of oxide on regulator. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly; Movement would benefit from service. $2,500 - $3,000
972 Nicole Nielsen & Company for Dent, London half quarter repeating lever pocket watch, 19 jewels, stem wind and pin set employing Nicoles keyless work, gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, snap back and bezel, open face case, the back with "MSC" cipher, and case makers stamp "C.N. E.N.", Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial with seconds at 8:00, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #28876, 47mm, 106.6g TW.     CASE: Minor dings; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case or cuvette; Back will rotate when in place, snap a bit loose; Edge of bezel with case knife marks; Crystal with minor scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, center to seconds bit, otherwise very good. HANDS: Replaced minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Keyless work with a few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. Gongs with good tone. $2,500 - $3,500
973 Switzerland, a gold, hunting cased, minute repeating pocket watch with ting tang ting quarters, 23 + jewels, stem wind and lever set, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and gold jewel settings in a 14 karat, yellow gold, plain polished hunting case and Arabic numeral, outer black 5-minute markers, single sunk white enamel dial, gilt Louis XV style hands, 53mm, 105.6g TW, c1900.     CASE: Minor dents and deformation, band; Scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case or cuvette; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Chip in enamel concealed by bezel, 12:00; Minor scratches. HANDS: Minute with minor tarnish. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Ratchet wheel has specks of oxidation; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Repeater does not complete strike, gummy, needs service. $2,000 - $3,000
974 Switzerland, for French, Royal Exchange, London, minute repeating pocket watch with duplex escapement, 7 jewels, key wind and set gilt bar movement with cut bimetallic balance in an 18 karat, yellow gold, reeded edge, engine turned hunting case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1839, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel hands, serial #7270, 48mm, 98g TW.     CASE: A few dings; Small dent, back; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning nearly worn smooth; Cover extends beyond 90 degrees when opened, front, 100 deg; Bow replaced; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 1:30- 2:30, 6:00. HANDS: Mismatched. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Pin pricks; Hour hammer with specks of oxide; Regulator with a few specks of oxide; Screw heads with minor scratches and loss to blue; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), needs service. COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Repeating sluggish, plunger will not depress fully when counting high minutes, some poor quality repairs to repeat work. $1,700 - $2,200
975 Switzerland, a man's gold, quarter repeating pocket chronograph, 22 jewels, stem wind and lever set, gilt plate movement with lever escapement in a 14 karat, rose gold, hunting case with maker's details engraved on gold cuvette, Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, gilt Louis XV style hands, serial #11518, 57mm, 125g TW, c1900.     CASE: Minor dents; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crown with losses to gold shell; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Hour hand upside down; Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Steel with scattered specks of oxide; Very dirty. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Not running, broken mainspring, staff ok, repeat train missing governor, chronograph mechanism appears complete. $1,000 - $1,500
976 Dunand, Geneva, a gold, quarter repeating pocket watch, 15 jewels, stem wind and set, damascened nickel bar movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance in a 14 karat, rose gold, hinged back and bezel open face case, and Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, double sunk white enamel dial, gilt spade and whip hands, serial #24586, 49mm, 87.2g TW, c1910.     CASE: Shallow dents; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with scratches; Crown with wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Oxidation, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Haze and spotting; Regulator assembly with oxidation; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly, dirty, needs service. $700 - $900
977 Angelus Watch Co. Le Locle, a quarter repeating, "Blind Man's" pocket watch commemorating the first world war, 15 jewels, stem wind and set, gilt plate movement with lever escapement in a silver plated, hunting case with rear cover embossed "Honneur Aux Heros Pour Le Droit 1914- 1918" and front with relief of a soldier beneath a flag and Arabic numeral, metal tactile dial, brass and steel spade and poker hands, 55mm, c1920.     CASE: Tarnish and loss to silver; Minor dent, front; Dings and pin pricks; Scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on inner surface of case; Covers with minor gaps at band when closed; Front cover lift spring missing. DIAL: Good. HANDS: Mismatched. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Staining; Steel with minor oxide; Very dirty. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Repeater functions incorrectly, needs a new winding rack tail in order to count the hours correctly. $300 - $500
978 Zenith, Le Locle, Switzerland, a minute repeating gold pocket watch, 20 jewels, stem wind and set, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel bar movement with lever escapement in a 14 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, open face case and Arabic numeral, single sunk gilt dial, gold Louis XV style hands, serial #125134, 47mm, 71.6g TW, c1920.     CASE: Dings and small dents, band; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Band with marring and abrasion, 1:00; Crown with wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Fine scratches and scuffs; Minor losses to enamel infill; Signature faded. HANDS: Minor bends. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Losses to plating; Click with oxidation; Hour hammer with minor rust spots; Winding wheels with minor scratches; Hour gong with a few spots of rust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly, long minutes nearly overlap last quarter, needs service and adjustment. $2,000 - $3,000
979 Repeaters- 2 (Two): Both Swiss, with gunmetal, open face cases, the first a minute repeater by Zenith, 15 jewel gilt movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, the other a quarter repeater, 15 jewel gilt movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial     both running, both repeating, quarter repeater with damaged gongs, Zenith dial with serious damage at 3:00, both will need service $700 - $900
980 A. Lange & Söhne, Dresden, a first quality gold pocket watch, 20 jewels, stem wind and lever set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, diamond endstone, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings and gold timing screws in an 18 karat, reeded edge, engine turned hunting case, Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #7935, 54mm, 165.6g TW, c1875.     CASE: Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning worn smooth; Has problems opening, catch does not release when crown is depressed; Bow replaced; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 4:00- 4:30; Scratches minor to dial. HANDS: Oxidation, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Crown wheel with scratches; Bright work with specks of oxide; Ratchet wheel with spot of oxide; Minor blisters to plating; Screw heads with minor scratches. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low amplitude, needs service. $2,500 - $3,500
981 Adolph Lange, Dresden, a scarce first quality, 2/3 plate keyless gold pocket watch, 20 jewels, stem wind and pin set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and gold jewel settings in an 18 karat, yellow gold, reeded edge, engine turned hunting case, and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #5431, 50mm, 125.3g TW, c1870.     CASE: Minor dings; Band with flat spot; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Front cover with minor gap at band when closed; Front cover catch does not release fully when crown is depressed; Engine turning with moderate wear; Two hinge plugs absent; Bow replaced; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline and small chip, edge, 3:00. HANDS: Mismatched. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate; Ratchet wheel with spot of oxide and minor pitting. MOVEMENT PLATES: Plate screw replaced; Regulator with a few specks of oxide; Plate screw replaced; Balance endstone, setting and one screw replaced. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low balance amplitude, needs service. $2,500 - $3,500
982 Nicole, Nielsen & Co., for Charles Frodsham & Co., London, a slim, keyless lever pocket watch in the style of Breguet, 20- 21 jewels, stem wind and pin set, gilt half plate movement with tuning fork lever, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and diamond endstone in an 18 karat, yellow gold, snap back and bezel, engine turned open face case with London hallmark, date letter for the year 1906 and case makers mark "RN" for Robert Benson North, and Roman numeral, engine turned silver dial, blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #09164, 49mm, 92.9g TW.     CASE: Minor pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with minor wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Scattered, fine scratches. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Major scratches on plate; Balance cock foot with minor scratch near screw; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $3,000 - $4,000
983 Christopher Rowson, Liverpool, two train lever pocket watch with independent dead seconds, 25 jewels, key wind and set, gilt 3/4 plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance, the lever located under the bezel at 4:00 for activation of center seconds, in an 18 karat, yellow gold, reeded edge, engraved hunting case with Chester hallmark and date letter for the year 1856, and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, gold spade hands, serial #7901, 54mm, 140.8g TW.     CASE: A few dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Bow with wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 6:00, 7:00. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches; Two plate screws with minor oxide; Regulator with a few tiny oxide specks; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. $2,500 - $3,000
984 David Taylor, London, a gold lever fusee pocket watch, 15 jewels, key wind and set, gilt full plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and diamond endstone in an 18 karat, yellow gold, engine turned and engraved hunting case, Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel fleur de lis hands, serial #10320, 54mm, 160.4g TW, c1860.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with moderate wear; Crystal with fine scratches; Bow with wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate; Balance endstone screw head broken; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low amplitude, needs service. $2,500 - $2,800
985 French, Royal Exchange, London, a man's gold pocket watch, 9 jewels, key wind and set, gilt full plate movement with engraved balance cock and barrel bridge, duplex escapement, and cut bimetallic balance with wedge shaped compensation weights in an 18 karat, rose gold, hinged back and bezel open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1815, and Roman numeral, white enamel dial, gold spade hands, serial #1378, 57mm, 190.6g TW.     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Back cover hinge worn and with replaced lift spring blocks; Bow worn; Pendant with small notch at pusher; Letters crudely scratched into inside of case back; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Tiny flake at center of seconds bit; A few minor scratches. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate; Screw heads with some loss to blue and minor oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,500 - $3,000
986 Joseph Penlington, Liverpool, freesprung keyless lever pocket watch with enamel decorated case, 20- 21 jewels, stem wind and pin set, gilt plate movement with lever escapement, freesprung cut bimetallic balance with diamond endstone and gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, plain polished hunting case with the rear cover with polychrome enamel cock, and with London hallmark, and date letter for the year 1882, Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #15110, 53mm, 155.7g TW.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Enamel with minor scratches; Rear cover hinge joint pin turned 180 degrees, sharp ends protruding; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Minor loss to blue, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,500 - $3,000
987 Vacheron & Constantin, Geneva, man's large gold pocket watch, 20 jewels, stem wind and lever set, damascened nickel bar movement with counterpoised lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws, gold wheel train and wolf's tooth winding in an 18 karat, yellow gold, reeded edge, engine turned hunting case with glazed cuvette, and Roman numeral, outer black 5-minute markers, single sunk white enamel dial, plum colored steel fleur de lis hands, serial #258765, 54mm, 151.5g TW, c1900.     CASE: Scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with moderate wear; Plastic crystal with scratches; Bow replaced, gold filled; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, center to 1:00, center to seconds bit; Tiny flake in enamel concealed by bezel, 5:30. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches and pin pricks on plate; Minor spotting; Ratchet wheel with a few specks of oxide; Crown wheel with broken tooth. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,500 - $3,000
988 Jules Jurgensen, Le Locle, man's large gold pocket watch with Jurgensen's bow setting, 21 jewels, stem wind and bow set, nickel bar movement with counterpoised lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws and gold regulator in an 18 karat rose gold hunting case with glazed cuvette and ciphers on covers, Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, plum colored steel Breguet style hands, serial #14933, 55mm, 139.5g TW, c1875.     CASE: A few minor dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor scratches on plate; Some bridges with discoloration and staining; Bottom plate with some staining. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,200 - $2,600
989 A. Lange & Sohne, Glashutte b Dresden, a mans first quality, gold dress pocket watch, 18- 19 jewels, stem wind and lever set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, diamond endstone, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws, gold jewel settings and whiplash micrometric regulator in an 18 karat yellow gold hunting case, the inside of the case back engraved "Dr. Karl Thieberger", and Arabic numeral, single sunk gold dial, blued steel Breguet style hands serial #48823, 50mm, 102.7g TW, c1905.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Front cover with small, shallow dent; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Minute with a few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very fine scratches on plate; Speck of oxide on regulator spring. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). A very nice example. $2,000 - $3,000
990 Aldred & Son, Yarmouth, keyless, reverse fusee, free sprung pocket watch, 19 jewels, stem wind and pin set, gilt plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, plain polished open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1891, with Roman numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #5777, 52mm, 141.8g TW.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Band with small bevel at pendant to assist in bezel removal; Crystal with a few minor scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Tiny flake at center of seconds bit, otherwise very good. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,000 - $2,500
991 Barrauds & Lund, Cornhill, London, spring detent pocket chronometer of unusual calibre, 11 jewels, gilt plate movement, the detent with dovetail foot, and free sprung, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and helical balance spring, in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1844, and Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #2/828, 50mm, 107.2g TW.     CASE: Minor dent, back; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Originally engine turned, worn smooth; Cover extends beyond 90 degrees when opened, back, 95 deg; Bow worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Restored. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Balance cock with minor pin pricks. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,000 - $3,000
992 Daniel Desbois, 79 High Holborn, London, an unusual keyless lever fusee pocket watch with Berrollas patent winding, 11 jewels, pull wind gilt plate movement with lever escapement, and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in a sterling silver, screw back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1828, and Roman numeral white enamel dial with gold hands, serial #1888, 54mm.     CASE: Minor dents; Dings and pin pricks; Scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning worn smooth; Crystal with scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Spider hairlines, light, at dial mounting screw, 9:00. HANDS: Minute replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Bright work with minor specks of oxide; A few screws with minor loss to blue. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). The mechanism employed in winding this watch was patented by Joseph Anthony Berrollas in 1827. Setting is also keyless, and is accomplished by use of a finger against the milled rosette on the minute hand. $2,000 - $3,000
993 England, center seconds pocket watch, 15 jewels, stem wind and pin set, gilt plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and snap bezel open face case, with slide in the band to stop and start the watch, and London hallmark, with date letter for the year 1886, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, gold spade and whip hands, serial #120949, 57mm, 156.2g TW.     CASE: Minor dents and dings; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Owners name electric engraved into inside of back cover; Crystal with minor scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very minor loss at edge, concealed by bezel. HANDS: Good, seconds short. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very fine scratches on plate; spotting. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,000 - $2,500
994 Favre Leuba & Co., Locle, lever pocket watch with spherical balance spring, 19 jewels, key wind and set, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel bar movement with counterpoised lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and gold wheel train in an 18 karat, yellow gold, reeded edge, engine turned hunting case with maker's details engraved on gold cuvette, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, plum colored steel Breguet style hands, serial #16183, 52mm, 131.3g TW, c1875.     CASE: A few minor dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with minor wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Spider hairlines, 11:00. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Originally freesprung, now with later regulator and engraved index on bottom plate; Minor scratches on plate; Bridge screw replaced and with minor oxide; Balance endstone setting screw with damaged head; Oily/ dirty. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,000 - $2,500
995 John Hutton, London, for James Dallas, London, spring detent pocket chronometer with mahogany box, 13 jewels, key wind and set, gilt full plate movement with Earnshaws escapement, freesprung Z balance with diamond endstone in a sterling silver, hinged back and bezel, consular open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1849, Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold spade and whip hands, serial #205, 56mm, with three section deck box.     CASE: A few shallow dents; Scratches and marks on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with fine scratches; Bow with wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Small edge chip at 8:00, otherwise very good. HANDS: Replaced minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Plates polished, lacking gilding; Minor spotting; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). Box with minor veneer splits and wear. $2,000 - $2,500
996 Karl Zimmerman, Liverpool, keyless lever pocket watch, 22 jewels, stem wind and lever set, gilt half plate movement with cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws, double roller and reverse fusee, in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, engine turned open face case with engine turned gold cuvette, and Roman numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #15795, 53mm, 137.1g TW, c1880.     CASE: Very fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, very light, wind indicator, wind indicator to seconds bit, center to seconds bit. HANDS: Seconds replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; A few minor dings on fourth wheel cock. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). In addition to his own finished work, Karl Zimmerman supplied chronometer trains and frames to Victor Kullberg and others. This example is in particularly fine condition overall. $2,000 - $2,500
998 Victor Kullberg, for Charles Frodsham, London, a freesprung, keyless lever, pocket watch with wind indicator, 20- 21 jewels, stem wind and pin set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, bimetallic balance, diamond endstone, gold timing screws, reverse fusee, and tuning fork lever in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel open face case, the rear cover with engraved cipher, and with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1879, Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #06041, 47mm, 109.3g TW.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with minor scratches and edge chip; Bow and crown with wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Edge flake concealed by bezel, 1:30. HANDS: Minor losses to color; Seconds replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Balance cock foot with pin pricks; Top plate at balance cock with minor dings. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,000 - $3,000
999 Charles Frodsham, London, a large gold lever fusee pocket watch, 19 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, diamond endstone and gold timing screws in an 18 karat, reeded edge, engine turned and engraved hunting case with presentation on gold cuvette and with additional name engraved inside case back, and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #02382, 58mm, 161.1g TW, c1865.     CASE: A few shallow dents; Minor dings; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches and minor dent on cuvette; Engine turning and engraving with moderate wear; Front cover with gap at band when closed; Bow worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light. HANDS: Loss to color and oxide, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Regulator with minor oxide; Two plate screws replaced; A few screws with minor oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low balance amplitude, needs service. $2,500 - $3,000
1000 A.P. Walsh, London, freesprung, keyless lever fusee with wind indicator, 21 jewels, stem wind and set, employing "knock out" keyless work, gilt half plate movement with lever escapement, diamond endstone, free sprung, cut bimetallic balance, with inverted double roller, gold timing screws and duo in uno balance spring, in an 18 karat, yellow gold, plain polished hunting case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1887, Roman numeral, double sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #2122, 52mm, 145.2g TW.     CASE: Waves, cuvette; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, 6:00, otherwise very good. HANDS: Very good, minor loss to blue on wind indicator hand. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,500 - $3,500
1001 England, for Samuel Hammond & Co., New York, free sprung keyless fusee pocket watch with wind indicator, 20 jewels, stem wind and pin set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1877, and case back with engraved "HCR" cipher, Roman numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, serial #1792, 52mm, 144.1g TW.     CASE: Minor dings and pin pricks; Very fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Minor scratch at 12:00, otherwise very good. HANDS: Oxidation, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very fine scratches on plate; Balance cock foot with ding. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,500 - $3,000
1002 Alexander Guillaume, London, lever fusee pocket watch with wind indicator, 20- 21 jewels, key wind and set, gilt plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance with diamond endstone and gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, engine turned and engraved, hunting case with engine turned gold cuvette and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, gold spade and whip hands, serial #8306, 53mm, 139.5g TW, c1860.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with minor wear; Covers with minor gap at band when closed; Bow worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, wind indicator to seconds bit. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very fine scratches on plate; Regulator with a few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $2,000 - $2,500
1003 Charles Frodsham, London, free sprung lever pocket watch with wind indicator, 20- 22 jewels, key wind and set, gilt plate movement with lever escapement, diamond endstone, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and reverse fusee in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned open face case with London hallmark, and date letter for the year 1863, Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, gold spade and whip hands, serial #02394, 46mm, 93.2g TW.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with minor wear; Crystal with minor scratches; Bow with wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,800 - $2,500
1004 England, for Samuel Hammond, New York, possibly by A.P. Walsh, freesprung lever fusee pocket watch with duo in uno balance spring and wind indicator, 19 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, freesprung cut bimetallic balance and gold timing screws, in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1863, and Roman numeral, double sunk, white enamel dial, gold spade and whip hands, serial #294, 48mm, 111.6g TW.     CASE: A few tiny dings; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Repairers marks neatly engraved inside back cover; Engine turning with moderate wear; Bow worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Tiny flake at center of wind indicator, otherwise very good. HANDS: Minor tarnish; Spot of oxide, seconds. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very fine scratches on plate; A few pin pricks on balance cock foot. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,800 - $2,400
1005 J. Sewill & Co., London & Liverpool, a keyless lever pocket watch with wind indicator, 17 jewels, stem wind and set, employing Kullbergs knock out keyless work, gilt half plate movement with lever escapement, diamond endstone, gold timing screws and reverse fusee, in an 18 karat, hinged back and snap bezel open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1875, and Roman numeral, double sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #29414, 49mm, 121.1g TW.     CASE: A few minor dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Minor oxide, hour. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; One plate screw with a spot of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,800 - $2,200
1006 Frodsham & Keene, Liverpool, lever pocket watch with wind indicator and reverse fusee, 19 jewels, key wind and set, gilt 3/4 plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and diamond endstone in an 18 karat, yellow gold, reeded edge, engine turned hunting case with presentation on gold cuvette, and Chester hallmark, with date letter for the year 1870, Roman numeral, double sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #71/9031, 52mm, 123.3g TW.     CASE: Dents; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning worn smooth; Bow worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, wind indicator to seconds bit. HANDS: Oxidation, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Regulator with speck of oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,600 - $1,900
1007 Charles Frodsham, 84 Strand, London, silver cased free sprung pocket watch with wind indicator, 20- 21 jewels, key wind and set, gilt plate movement with lever escapement, free sprung, cut bimetallic balance with diamond endstone and gold timing screws in a sterling silver, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1863, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #02722, 51mm.     CASE: Back with minor dents, center; Minor dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on dome; Reeding recut at bottom of band; Crystal with minor scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 5:00- 6:00, 10:00; Minor scratch. HANDS: A few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Pallet arbor jewel screw missing; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $800 - $1,200
1008 Christian Lange, 99 Strand, London, lever fusee pocket watch with wind indicator, 19 jewels, key wind and set, gilt 3/4 plate movement with cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and reverse fusee in a silver gilt, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned, open face case and Roman numeral, double sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel whip and spade hands, serial #678, 55mm, c1870.     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Scratches on outer surface of case; Engine turning with moderate wear; Losses to plating; Cuvette with filled holes; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 2:00, 3:00. HANDS: Oxidation, tip of minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Plate with minor marring at case screws; Regulator with minor marring at curb pin. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $700 - $900
1009 Adolph Lange, Dresden, a first quality gold pocket watch, 20 jewels, stem wind and lever set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, diamond endstone, cut bimetallic balance and gold jewel settings in an 18 karat, rose gold, reeded edge hunting case with engraved monogram on front cover, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #9841, 52mm, 133g TW, c1875.     CASE: Two small, shallow dents, back; Minor dings; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Polishing marks; Front cover with professional repair at hinge; Bezel with filed notch adjacent to gap for setting lever; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, 5:30; Minor chips in enamel concealed by bezel at setting lever; Minor chip and crack at center arbor. HANDS: Minor oxide and loss to blue, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Ratchet wheel with a few specks of oxide; Bright work with scattered specks of oxide; Screw heads with minor loss to blue; Small gouge in plate adjacent to center wheel jewel setting; One case screw replaced; Setting lever poorly repaired. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,800 - $2,500
1010 Barraud & Lunds, 41 Cornhill, London, keyless lever fusee pocket watch, 17 jewels, stem wind and pin set, employing Barraud's "Reliable" fusee keyless work, gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and snap bezel open face case with presentation on gold cuvette, engraved cipher on back cover, and London hallmark and date letter for the year 1883 and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #3/3278, 49mm, 123.7g TW.     CASE: Minor dings; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Tiny surface flake, otherwise very good. HANDS: Spot of oxide on minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very fine scratches on plate; Specks of dirt / dust; Oily. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,800 - $2,200
1011 Charles Frodsham, 115 New Bond St., London, a large, keyless lever pocket watch, 20- 21 jewels, stem wind and pin set gilt 3/4 plate movement with lever escapement, and free sprung, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in a later, purpose made sterling silver, hinged back and snap bezel open face case, with glazed cuvette, London hallmark and date letter for the year 1947, and makers mark "A.T.O.", Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #08312, 58mm, movement c1895.     CASE: Minor dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor marks and scratches. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,800 - $2,500
1012 England, for P. Levenberg, man's pocket watch with center seconds, 19 jewels, stem wind and pin set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, plain polished hunting case, the front cover with engraved "AC" cipher and gold cuvette engraved "To my affectionate Husband from his devoted Wife J.E. Crowder Xmas 1908" and band with slide for starting and stopping the watch, Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, gold spade and whip hands, serial #24946, 55mm, 155.9g TW.     CASE: Minor dents and dings; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, moderate; Very good. HANDS: Tarnished. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor scratches on plate; Speck of oxide on regulator. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,800 - $2,200
1013 George Moore, St. Johns Square, London, two train lever fusee with independent dead seconds, 19+ jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, and gold timing screws in an 18 karat, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned open face case with slide in the band to activate the center seconds, bearing a London hallmark, and date letter for the year 1863, the gold cuvette engraved "Presented to John Brickwell Esqre By His Friends and Patients 1864", Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #13690, 48mm, 104.1g TW.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on cuvette; Engine turning with moderate wear; Crystal with minor scratches; Bow worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 2:00 to center, center to seconds bit, 4:00 to seconds bit. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; A few specks of verdigris; Bright work with minor scratches; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. $1,800 - $2,200
1014 James Hoddell & Co., London, lever fusee pocket watch with Baldwin patent reversible case, 17- 19 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, and balance cock with aperture for viewing center jewel in an 18 karat, yellow gold, engine turned reversible case, and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #12217, 51mm, 130.7g TW, c1860.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning worn smooth, front cover; Bow replaced; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches and staining; Barrel bridge with scratches; Glazing in balance cock absent; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,800 - $2,200
1015 John Ham, Skinner St., London, fusee pocket watch with duplex escapement, 13 jewels, key wind and set, gilt full plate movement with cut bimetallic balance, wedge shaped compensation weights and large diamond endstone in an 18 karat, yellow gold, reeded edge open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1820, and Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold spade and whip hands, serial #36604, 51mm, 149.2g TW.     CASE: Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with minor scratches; Bow replaced, not gold; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Cracks at edge, 12:00. HANDS: Minute replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Balance cock foot with pin pricks; Spots of oxide on regulator. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,800 - $2,300
1016 M. Tobias, Liverpool, two train lever pocket watch with independent dead seconds, and of unusual calibre, 23 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with gold balance in an 18 karat, yellow gold, engine turned and engraved hunting case, with slide in the band to activate the center seconds hand, and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, gold hands, serial #36433, 53mm, 131.5g TW, c1860.     CASE: A few minor dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with minor wear; Front cover needs minor assistance starting to open; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 2:00 to seconds bit, 6:00, seconds bit. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Bright work with minor scratches and a few specks of oxide; Balance endstone screw with broken head; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Dead seconds functional, with minor irregularities every eighth jump, needs service. $1,800 - $2,300
1017 Nicole, Nielsen & Co., London, for Tiffany & Co., New York, pocket chronograph with astronomical dial, 19 jewels, stem wind and pin set, employing Nicoles keyless work, gilt 3/4 plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws and Nicoles patent chronograph, in an 18 karat, yellow gold, reeded edge, hunting case with engraved ciphers on both covers and Roman numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, blued steel hands, serial #5909, 51mm, 126.9g TW, c1870.     CASE: Minor waves, back; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of cuvette from winding wheel; Marks on inside of covers from dent repair; Bow replaced, gold filled; Crown recut to provide grip when winding; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, 55 minute mark to seconds bit; Small chips and losses to enamel at 15 min., 40 min. and center of hour and seconds dials. HANDS: Replaced minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Winding wheel with speck of oxide; Regulator with spot of oxide; Wheel 3 upper hole jewel replaced with friction jewel. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. $1,800 - $2,500
1018 T.F. Cooper, London, for the American market, a gold, open face duplex pocket watch, 13 jewels, key wind and set gilt full plate movement with duplex escapement, diamond endstone and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, engine turned open face case, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, gold fleur de lis hands, serial #6184, 51mm, 128.4g TW, c.     CASE: Ding, bezel; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning nearly worn smooth; Crystal with chip; Bow worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, edge, 1:30, 5:00; Chip at edge, 12:00; A few minor surface flakes; Specks of dirt / dust. HANDS: Now painted black. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Mainspring setup click and ratchet with scratches; Specks of dirt / dust; Dust cap with scratches and minor abrasion. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,800 - $2,200
1019 Thomas Yates, Preston, a half seconds beating English pocket watch with center seconds, 14- 15 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and gold timing screws, in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned and engraved open face case with Chester hallmark and date letter for the year 1859, Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #3002, 49mm, 110g TW.     CASE: Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on cuvette; Engine turning with moderate wear; Pusher does not move catch clear of rear cover; Bow worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, edge, 6:00, 10:00; Tiny flake at center arbor. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor spotting; Bright work with minor oxide; Loss to gilding; Balance endstone screw replaced; Balance cock screw with loss to blue; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,800 - $2,400
1020 Dent, 61 Strand & 4 Royal Exchange, London, a keyless gold pocket watch with seconds at 9:00, 13 jewels, stem wind and pin set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, diamond endstone, and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in an 18 karat yellow gold hunting case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1897, Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #47623, 50mm, 126.9g TW.     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Dents, band, back cover; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Bow with wear; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Short hairline, hidden by bezel, 5:30. HANDS: Oxidation, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Bright work with specks of oxide; Oily, dirty. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,750 - $2,000
1021 Cartier, Paris, man's gold dress watch, 18 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted to 6 positions, isochronism and temperature gilt bar movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and gold timing screws, in an 18 karat, yellow gold, snap back and bezel, engine turned open face case, Roman numeral, single sunk, engine turned gold dial, blued steel moon hands, 47mm, 61.5g TW, c1920, case, dial and movement signed.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Touch ups to minute divisions. HANDS: Discoloration and minor oxide, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very fine scratches on plate; Bright work with a few specks of oxide; A few minor spots. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,600 - $2,200
1022 Louis Audemars, Brassus & Geneva, mans gold pocket watch with lever escapement and helical balance spring, 21 jewels, stem wind and lever set, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel bar movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance with helical balance spring, gold timing screws and gold jewel settings in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned open face case and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, serial #12916, 50mm, 108.6g TW, c1875.     CASE: A few minor dings; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning worn smooth; Bow with wear; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Scratches minor to dial. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; A few minor spots; Winding wheels with a few specks of oxide; Winding wheels with a few minor scratches. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,600 - $2,200
1023 Morris Tobias, 51 Minories, London for Lowell & Senter, Portland, Maine, fusee pocket watch with duplex escapement, 14- 15 jewels, key wind and set, gilt full plate movement with duplex escapement, and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned and engraved, consular open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1851, Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, gold fleur de lis hands, serial #2744, 50mm, 127.3g TW.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with moderate wear; Pusher gold filled with brassing; Crystal with minor scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, edge, 3:00; Repaired loss, edge, 4:00; glued chips, edge, 6:00. HANDS: Minute replaced; Mismatched. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor scratches. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,500 - $2,000
1024 Nicole, Neilsen & Co., London, for Samuel Hammond, New York, keyless lever pocket watch with Nicoles patent winding, 17- 19 jewels, stem wind and pin set, gilt 3/4 plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, snap back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned open face case, with London hallmark, date letter for the year 1859, and "AN" mark for Adolph Nicole, and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #3589, 38mm, 56.8g TW.     CASE: A few minor dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Crack at edge, 5:00; Tiny flake at center arbor. HANDS: Seconds replaced; Minor loss to blue. MOVEMENT PLATES: Very fine scratches on plate; A few specks of oxide on winding and setting wheels; End of barrel arbor with minor marks. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) low amplitude, needs service. $1,500 - $2,000
1025 Switzerland, a man's two train gold pocket watch, with date, dead center seconds and two time zones, 29+ jewels, key wind and set gilt bar movement with counterpoised lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, engine turned hunting case with pusher in the band for starting the seconds hand, and Roman numeral, outer black 5-minute markers, double sunk white enamel dial, plum colored steel hands, 52mm, 121.2g TW, c1865.     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Small dent, edge of front cover; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, at date and 5:30; A few minor scratches. HANDS: Minor oxide, one replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Bright work with minor oxidation; One dust guard tube with bends, the other broken off. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. $1,500 - $1,800
1026 Barraud & Lund, Cornhill, London, fusee pocket watch with Savage two pin lever escapement, 10 jewels, key wind and set, gilt plate movement with cut bimetallic balance and gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and snap bezel, engine turned open face case with rotating pendant, small engraved cipher on back cover, and London hallmark with date letter for the year1856, and Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #2/9138, 49mm, 111.5g TW.     CASE: Small dent, band; Minor dings; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with moderate wear; Rear cover snap worn; Minor scratches on crystal; Bow repaired; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Spot of oxide, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor loss to blue on a few screws; Hairspring stud and regulator now gold plated; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,400 - $1,700
1027 Barraud & Lunds, London, keyless lever fusee pocket watch, 13 jewels, stem wind and set, employing Barrauds "Reliable" fusee keyless work, gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance with antimagnetic balance spring and gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and snap bezel open face case with presentation on gold cuvette, monogram on back cover, and London hallmark, with date letter for the year 1889, and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #3/3949, 46mm, 101.8g TW.     CASE: Minor dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Bow and crown with minor wear; Precious metal content marked. Inner lid engraved "A. G. Reid / from his subordinates in / Public Works / Egypt / July 1890". DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, very light, 3:00- 4:00. HANDS: Minor oxide, seconds. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Discoloration on balance cock. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,400 - $1,700
1028 French, Royal Exchange, London, a large, silver cased lever fusee pocket watch with chronometer balance, 13 jewels, key wind and set gilt full plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance with diamond endstone and wedge shaped compensation weights in a sterling silver, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engraved open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1820, and Roman numeral, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #2004, 55mm.     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Dome with dimple; Bezel and back with minor gaps at band when closed; Crystal with minor scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: A few minor scratches, otherwise very good. HANDS: Hour and minute replaced; Minute with a few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: Bright work with minor specks of oxide; Dust cap missing. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,400 - $1,800
1029 A.P. Walsh, 5 George St., Euston Road, London, keyless lever pocket watch, 17 jewels, stem wind and pin set, gilt 3/4 plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and snap bezel, open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1884, case back with engraved "SHW" cipher, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #2095, 47mm, 105.8g TW.     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with minor scratches; Bow worn; Crown with wear. DIAL: Scratch, 12:00. HANDS: Oxidation, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Regulator with speck of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,300 - $1,800
1030 Dell Brothers, London & Bristol, free sprung lever fusee pocket watch with duo in uno balance spring, 17 jewels, key wind and set, gilt half plate movement with cut bimetallic balance and gold timing screws, in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and snap bezel, reeded edge, engine turned and engraved open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1863, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel whip and spade hands, serial #1524, 50mm, 115.3g TW.     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Cuvette with a few minor dents; Engine turning and engraving with moderate wear; Back cover with gap at band when closed; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Plate with minor marring from screwdriver at plate screw; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,300 - $1,600
1031 Nicole, Nielsen & Company, London, for Henry Blank & Co., Newark, N.J., man's keyless lever dress watch, 19 jewels, stem wind and set gilt plate movement with tuning fork lever, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws and diamond endstone in an 18 karat, yellow gold, snap back and bezel open face case with Cresarrow mark, and Arabic numeral, personalized silver dial, blued steel moon hands, serial #5470, 48mm, 76.9g TW, c1925.     CASE: One minor, shallow dent; Minor dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Minor deformation and hole at barrel, concealed by cover; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Minor marks and scratches; Small spot, 7:00. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Minor scratch on balance cock. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). Henry Blank & Co. was well known for their watches and jewelry, bearing their Cresarrow trade mark. They were suppliers to high end retailers including Tiffany & Co., Black, Starr & Frost, Udall & Ballou, J.E. Caldwell & Co., Shreve, Crump, & Low, and many others. His company is known to have used Nicole, Nielsen movements in some of their products. Henry blank travelled to Europe in 1912 to meet with watch manufacturers in Switzerland, and with stone dealers in Paris, Belgium, and Amsterdam. His return trip was booked on the ill fated Titanic, and he managed to survive the sinking. This watch was probably made for his son, Philip E. Blank. $1,300 - $1,600
1032 Adolph Lange, Dresden, a mans first quality pocket watch, 19 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws, and gold jewel settings, in a silver, hinged back and bezel, open face case and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #8016, 55mm, c1865.     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with minor scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Glued chip at 5:00. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches and scuffs on plate; Screwheads with minor marring and loss to blue; Two escutcheon screws replaced. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). A good, original keywind example from this renowned firm. $1,200 - $1,500
1033 Bonniksen, London, a silver cased karrusel pocket watch with 52.5 minute carriage, 20 jewels, stem wind and pin set, spotted nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws and whiplash micrometric regulator in a sterling silver, hinged back and bezel, open face case with London hallmark, and date letter for the year 1890, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #56773, 49mm.     CASE: Case not original to movement, fits well; Minor dents and waves; Dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, 6:00.HANDS: Minor bends; Minor oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Two specks of oxide on plate; Threaded hole for pallet/ escape cock stripped, watch should not be wound prior to repair. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Runs with pressure on carriage, needs service; Balance rim slightly bent. $1,200 - $1,500
1034 International Watch Co., Schaffhausen, a man's gold calibre 52 pocket watch, 17 jewels, stem wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and micrometric regulator in a 14 karat, rose gold hunting case with Jurgensen lips, and Arabic numeral, double sunk, white enamel dial, gilt moon hands, serial #492000, 54mm, 121.3g TW, c1905.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Remnant of red painted 13- 24 on center. HANDS: Hour replaced; Oxidation, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Crown wheel with minor oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Not running, very gummy, good staff, needs service. $1,200 - $1,500
1035 John Taylor, Rochdale, "Williams Patent Stopwatch", 15 jewels, stem wind and key set, gilt, 3/4 plate movement with lever escapement beating 16 times per second, in a sterling silver, hinged back and bezel, open face case with Chester hallmark and date letter for the year 1902 and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial with outer ring divided into sixteenths, blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #24860, 58mm.     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Minor chips and scratches on crystal; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Small chip at 1:00, hidden by bezel. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor spotting; Regulator with a few minor specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running (winds, sets, and ticks); Would benefit from service. The high frequency escapement in this timepiece beats sixteen times per second, causing the sweep hand to make a full rotation once every two seconds. The outer ring of the dial is divided into sixteenths, with each sixteenth further divided into quarters. The watch can be stopped and started at will using the slide in the band, located at 2:00. $1,200 - $1,500
1036 Barraud London, two train lever pocket watch with independent dead seconds, 18+ jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, and gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1854, and Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold spade hands, 48mm, 98.2g TW.     CASE: Minor dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with minor wear; Hinge tubes for mounting movement damaged; Fine scratches on crystal; Bow with wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light; Chips in enamel at edge. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Some screws with minor oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Minute wheel pinion with broken leaf. COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly, needs service. $1,100 - $1,300
1037 Hunt & Roskell, London, Savage lever fusee pocket watch, 15 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with Savage type lever escapement with wide sapphire roller jewel instead of the usual gold or brass pins, and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel open face case with small cipher engraved on rear cover, London hallmark, and date letter for the year 1856, Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #11795, 44mm, 80.8g TW.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Two hinge plugs missing; Rear cover snap worn; Bow worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Minor flaw concealed by bezel, 7:30. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Plate screw with loss to blue; Plate screw with minor oxide; End of lever with spot oxide; Regulator with a few specks of oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low amplitude, needs service. $1,100 - $1,300
1038 Cartier, Paris, a gold purse or pendant watch, the rectangular, 18 karat yellow gold case with enamel filled monogram, the sliding cover opening to reveal the timepiece with spring loaded hinge, Arabic numeral silvered dial signed "Cartier", luminous, blued steel hands, and with adjusted, 17 jewel movement by International Watch Co., Schaffhausen, serial #855504, 42.5g TW     case with minor marks and scratches, joint at case bottom with minor gap when closed, plastic crystal with scratches, dial with minor spotting, minor loss to luminous compound on numerals, hands replaced, movement good, runs and sets correctly, precious metal content marked $1,000 - $1,500
1039 Charles Pitt, London, gold lever fusee pocket watch with bimetallic compensation curb, 13 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, gold balance and bimetallic compensation curb in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, engine turned open face case with London hallmark, and date letter for the year 1830, and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #8093, 45mm, 76.5g TW.     CASE: A few minor dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on cuvette; Engine turning with minor wear; Hinge plug absent; Minor scratches on crystal; Bow worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light. HANDS: Oxidation, tip of minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches, top plate; Scratches, bottom plate; Dings and pin pricks on balance cock foot; Regulator with a few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low amplitude, needs service. $1,000 - $1,300
1040 Desbois & Wheeler, London, silver cased pocket watch with duplex escapement, 11 jewels, key wind and set gilt full plate movement, with diamond endstone, cut bimetallic balance, gold meantime screws, wedge shaped compensation weights and helical balance spring, in a sterling silver, hinged back and bezel consular open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1817, and Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold spade and poker hands, serial #3123, 55mm.     CASE: A few small, shallow dents; Dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine cratches on inner surface of case; Dome marred from attempts to open; Inside of back with neatly scratched name, repairer or owner; Hinge plug absent; Crystal with a few minor scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Tiny edge flake at 11:00, otherwise very good. HANDS: Good, seconds replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Some screws with minor oxide, minor loss to blue; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks); Balance spring requires truing. $1,000 - $1,400
1041 T. F. Cooper, London, gold duplex pocket watch, 13 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with duplex escapement, cut bimetallic balance and gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, engine turned open face case and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel fleur de lis hands, serial #8504, 47mm, 92g TW.     CASE: Minor dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on cuvette; Engine turning with minor wear; Rear cover with minor gap at band when closed; Crystal with minor scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, 5:30. HANDS: Hour replaced; Seconds with oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate, one a bit heavier at center arbor; Regulator with a few specks of oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Ticks briefly, needs serevice. $1,000 - $1,400
1042 Wittnauer & Co., Geneva, for A. A. Webster & Co., New York, a man's open face gold pocket watch, 21 jewels, stem wind and set, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel bar movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and whiplash micrometric regulator in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel open face case with engraved cipher on rear cover and Arabic numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, plum colored steel spade and whip hands, serial #250765, 44mm, 79g TW, c1910.     CASE: Dent, band, minor dents, back; Dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with minor marks and scratches; Crown and pendant with marring; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 7:00, 8:00, 11:00; A few tiny flakes in enamel concealed by bezel. HANDS: Minor oxide, tip of minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches and spotting on plate; Bright work with a few specks of oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low amplitude, needs service. $1,000 - $1,200
1043 A. Lange & Söhne, Glashutte, a gold "Deutsche Uhrenfabrikation" pocket watch, 15 jewels, stem wind and lever set gilt plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance in a 14 karat, rose gold hunting case with engraved cipher on front cover and Arabic numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, gold Louis XV style hands, serial #37378, 49mm, 81.7g TW, c1900, case, dial, and movement signed.     CASE: Dents and waves; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Front cover with gaps at band when closed; Bow replaced; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Dirty, otherwise very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate; Crown wheel & screw with minor oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $900 - $1,300
1044 Giles, Wales & Co., a high quality, well finished, two train Swiss complicated movement, with minute repeating, center seconds, and jumping quarters, 35+ jewels, gold wheel train and cut bimetallic balance, signed white enamel dial, c1875, diameter of movement from dial side is 48mm     movement dirty and with a few spots of verdigris, repeating functional, one mainspring broken, good balance, not running, dial with minor scratches $900 - $1,200
1045 Switzerland, for Delolme, London, a gold duplex pocket watch, 11 jewels, key wind and set, decorative gilt plate movement with duplex escapement, cut bimetallic balance in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, engine turned, open face case and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel fleur de lis hands, serial #1928, 47mm, 81.3g TW, c1855.     CASE: Dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with moderate wear; Bow repaired; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Click spring with a few specks of oxide; Regulator with spot of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $900 - $1,200
1046 Vacheron & Constantin, Geneva, for J. E. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia, man's gold pocket watch, 16 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted, nickel bar movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and whiplash micrometric regulator in a 14 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, open face case with presentation on gold cuvette, Arabic numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #336414, 49mm, 91.6g TW, c1910.     CASE: Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with scratches; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Tiny flake in enamel concealed by bezel. HANDS: Spot of oxide, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate; Regulator assembly with oxidation; Screwheads with spots of oxide; Click with minor oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low amplitude, needs service; Balance spring overcoil requires truing. $900 - $1,200
1047 A. Lange & Söhne, Glashutte, a gold DUF grade pocket watch 15 jewels, stem wind and lever set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and whiplash micrometric regulator in an 18 karat, yellow gold hunting case with engraved cipher on front cover, and Arabic numeral, double sunk white enamel dial with added 13- 24 hour indication, gold spade and whip hands, serial #69726, 49mm, 86.3g TW, c1910.     CASE: Dents; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Front cover with gap at band when closed, crystal too high; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Spider hairlines, 1:30; 13- 24 hour decal could be removed without damage to dial. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches; Regulator spring with minor spot of oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $800 - $1,200
1048 C.H. Meylan, Brassus, for the James R. Armiger Co. Baltimore, Md., a gold, open face pocket watch, 21 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel bar movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and whiplash micrometric regulator in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel open face case with monogram on rear cover and Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, double sunk, white enamel dial, the center marked "Mercedes Benz", gilt Louis XV style hands, serial #17233, 45mm, 70.6g TW, c1920.     CASE: Minor dent, back; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crown replaced; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: A few minor scratches and surface flakes; Mercedes logo added. HANDS: Tarnish, minute and seconds. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Bright work with minor scratches. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks); Balance spring rusted. $800 - $1,000
1049 James Ferguson Cole, London, with modifications by James M. Orr, Philadelphia, pocket watch with Cole double rotary escapement variant, 14 jewels, stem wind and set gilt plate movement with double rotary escapement and freesprung, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in a gold filled, hinged back and bezel, engine turned open face case, with Arabic numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, signed "J.F.Cole Inv. London 3696 Chronometer", and blued steel whip and spade hands, serial #3936, 47mm, c1860.     CASE: Not original to movement; Dent, band, 6:00; Dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Gold filled with minor brassing, pendant. DIAL: Cracks, chips and losses. HANDS: Minor losses to blue. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; One plate screw with minor oxide; Screws with minor losses to blue. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $800 - $1,200
1050 L'Epaute a Paris and Patek, Philippe & Co. for Shreve, Crump, & Low, an 18th century gold pocket watch now with later movement, 18 jewels, stem wind and lever set, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel bar movement with counterpoised lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and gold timing screws, in an 18- 20 karat, yellow gold, hinged bezel, open face case and Roman numeral, outer black 5-minute markers, white enamel dial, fancy gold hands, serial #85175, 41mm, 55.6g TW, c1790 (case), c1890 (movement) .     CASE: Very fine scratches on outer surface of case; Precious metal content tested. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel; Filled chips. HANDS: Replaced minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few specks of oxide on steel; Minor spotting; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). A very unusual, professional conversion, likely done by Shreve, Crump & Low, for a client wishing to retain a special timepiece. $800 - $1,200
1051 L. Lesquereux & Sons, Fleurier "Banking Chronometer" pocket watch with Robin escapement, 19 jewels, key wind and set, gilt bar movement of unusual calibre with Robin lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings and gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, reeded edge, hunting case with maker's details engraved on gold cuvette and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, plum colored steel hands, serial #20430, 48mm, 87g TW, c1860.     CASE: Minor dent, band; Covers with minor waves; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Covers with minor gaps at band when closed; Crystal loose; Bow replaced; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 1:00, 3:00. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Spot of oxide on click spring; A few screws with minor oxide; Balance cock screw and one dial screw replaced; Plating with loss. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $800 - $1,200
1052 Thomas Yates, Preston, lever fusee pocket watch beating half seconds, 11 jewels, key wind and set, gilt, full plate movement with engraved balance cock and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, in a sterling silver, plain polished, consular open face case with Chester hallmark and date letter for the year 1857, case back with illegible inscription, and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial marked "Yates Patentee", blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #2813, 51mm.     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Rear cover does not snap tight when closing; Covers with minor gaps at band when closed; Bow replaced; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Specks of dirt / dust, otherwise very good. HANDS: Minor losses to bluing. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Some steel with minor rust; Balance cock screw replaced. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Not running, good balance staff, power to escapement, very gummy, needs service. $800 - $1,200
1053 Zenith, Le Locle, a mans gold pocket watch, 16- 17 jewels, stem wind and set, gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance in a 14 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, engine turned, open face case with maker's details engraved on gold cuvette, Arabic numeral, double sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel hands, serial #2572926, 52mm, 89.5g TW, c1905.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Specks of dirt / dust; Very good. HANDS: Dirty, otherwise very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate; Minor spotting; Specks of dirt / dust; Oily. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $800 - $1,100
1054 Charles Frodsham, 84 Strand,London, small gold duplex pocket watch, 11 jewels, key wind and set gilt bar movement with duplex escapement, diamond endstone and gold timing screws in an 18 karat, yellow gold, reeded edge, engine turned hunting case with London hallmark and date letter for the year1846, and Roman numeral engraved silver dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, serial #6725, 39mm, 56.5g TW.     CASE: Minor waves, cuvette; Pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with minor wear; Cuvette aggressively polished; Bow with wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Minor scratches. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches; Barrel with shallow dents, a few bent teeth and some straightened teeth; Click replaced; Barrel cock screw with loss to blue; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low amplitude, needs service. $700 - $900
1055 England, for S.W. Benedict, New York, lever fusee pocket watch, gilt movement with bimetallic compensation curb, 18 karat gold open face case, Roman numeral white enamel dial     CASE: Minor dents and dings, fine scratches and wear, precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines at edge, 4:00. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches, dirty, lever with spots of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Not running, balance and spring missing $700 - $900
1056 Hector Golay, London, lever pocket watch with perpetual calendar and phases of the moon, 19 jewels, stem wind and pin set, gilt plate movement with lever escapement, diamond endstone and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in a sterling silver, hinged back and bezel, engine turned and engraved open face case, and Roman numeral, quadruple sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #2103, 50mm, c1875.     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Dent, band; Dings; Minor dents and distortion, back; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Cuvette with minor waves, dings; Engine turning with moderate wear; Fine scratches on crystal; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches and scuffs on plate. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Not running, gummy, good staff, power to escapement, needs service. COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions when setting, mechanism complete. $700 - $1,000
1057 Switzerland, for Adam Thomson, London, a gold duplex pocket watch, 9 jewels, key wind and set, gilt Lepine calibre movement with duplex escapement and cut bimetallic balance in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, engraved open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1848, Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #A/461, 40mm, 53.3g TW.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on inner surface of case; Engraving with moderate wear; Two hinge plugs absent; Minor scratches on crystal; Pendant worn; Bow replaced, worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, 5:30; Crack in enamel, edge, 11:00- 12:00. HANDS: Minor losses to blue. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Escape wheel cock and screws abraded; Pin pricks on balance cock foot; Bright work with minor specks of oxide; Stopwork cover with minor deformation; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). In addition to his work as a watchmaker, Adam Thomson was also the author of "Time and Timekeepers", published in 1842. $700 - $900
1058 A. Lange & Söhne, Glashutte b Dresden, silver cased pocket watch, 15 jewels, stem wind and lever set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and whiplash micrometric regulator in a sterling silver hunting case with engraved cipher on front cover and Arabic numeral, double sunk, white enamel dial, gold Louis XV style hands, serial #44509, 51mm, c1900, case, dial, and movement signed.     CASE: Minor dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Covers with gaps at band when closed; Rear cover repaired at hinge; Front cover lift spring weak; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Minute replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches; Steel parts with minor oxide; Screws reblued; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $600 - $900
1059 Bautte, Geneva, two train, two time zone pocket watch with independent, dead seconds, 21 jewels, key wind and set, gilt bar movement with lever escapement in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engraved, open face case with maker's details engraved on gold cuvette and Roman numeral, engraved, silver gilt dial, blued steel hands, serial #59716, 48mm, 80.5g TW, c1850.     CASE: Minor dents and dings; Minor waves; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches, winding and setting square marks on inner surface of case; Filed for gold test; Bow repaired; Pendant very worn; Precious metal content tested. DIAL: Losses to numerals; Scratches minor to dial. HANDS: Some replaced; Center seconds too short, sits low, catches on hands. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Time barrel with replaced click, bridge abraded; Some steel parts with oxidation; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly, hand catches, watch needs service. $600 - $800
1061 International Watch Co., Schaffhausen, a man's gold calibre 52 pocket watch, 15 jewels, stem wind and pin set, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and micrometric regulator in a 14 karat, yellow gold engine turned case with presentation on gold cuvette, and Arabic numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, gold spade and whip hands, serial #5520590, 50mm, 78.4g TW, c1915.     CASE: A few minor dents and dings; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with minor scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Minor oxide, tip of minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Gouge at case screw; Minor spotting; Ratchet wheel with a few spots of oxide; Bright work with a few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $600 - $800
1062 J. Breguet, Locle, gold pocket watch, 15 jewels, key wind and set, nickel bar movement with lever escapement in an 18 karat, yellow gold, engine turned and engraved, hunting case with maker's details engraved on gold cuvette and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel hands, serial #29006, 41mm, 53.6g TW, c1870.     CASE: Minor dents, band; Minor dings and pin pricks; File mark on edge of front cover; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches, minor dents and file mark on cuvette; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 3:00, 11:30; Chips in enamel concealed by bezel, 4:00, 11:30; Specks of dirt / dust. HANDS: Replaced minute; Mismatched. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches and scuffs on plate; Bright work with minor oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $600 - $800
1063 John Walker, 68 Cornhill, London, an unusual lever fusee pocket watch, 11 jewels, key wind and set gilt full plate movement with lever escapement, and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in a sterling silver, hinged back and bezel, open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1887, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, blued steel fleur de lys hands, serial #16541, 44mm.     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Bow worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, 3:00, 8:00- 9:00; Chips in enamel concealed by bezel. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Regulator with scratches and minor oxide; Balance stud replaced; Balance cock screw with minor losses to blue; Oily; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low balance amplitude needs service. $600 - $900
1064 Vacheron & Constantin, Geneva, for J.E. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia, a lady's gold pendant watch with fancy dial, 16- 17 jewels, stem wind and pin set, adjusted, damascened nickel bar movement with counterpoised lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and wolf's tooth winding in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel open face case with monogram on rear cover and makers details engraved on cuvette, and Arabic numeral, O'Hara style multicolor enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #291725, 32mm, 32.3g TW, c1895.     CASE: Minor dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Small gouge, band; Crystal with minor scratches; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Winding wheels with a few specks of oxide and fine scratches; Click and click spring with a few specks of oxide; Loss to blacking in engraving; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $550 - $750
1065 Adolph Lange, Dresden, 1A dial and movement only, gilt 3/4 plate stem wind, lever set movement with engraved balance cock, gold jewel settings, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, gold escape wheel and lever with Lange banking, signed Roman numeral, white enamel dial, serial #10282     movement dirty, balance pivots broken, hairspring will need adjustment, escapement functional, dial very good $500 - $750
1066 Alexander Russell, London, an 18th century, sterling silver pair cased, verge fusee pocket watch, key wind and set, gilt full plate movement with pierced and engraved balance cock and regulator plate, in a sterling silver, open face pair case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1760, silver champleve dial with Roman hours and Arabic 5 minute markers, blued steel beetle and poker hands, with watch paper of William Thomson, serial #10383, 52mm.     CASE: Minor dents and dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner case; Inner case with repair at pendant; Bow a bit loose, pendant worn and with repair; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Replaced minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches; Screws attach in components to top plate replaced; Some steel with specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), sluggish, needs service. $500 - $750
1067 Breitling, Switzerland, a military issue chronograph with U.S. Navy box, 19 ligne, 17 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted nickel plate Valjoux movement, screw back and bezel open face case with ordnance department information engraved on back, Arabic numeral black painted metal dial, white painted spade and poker hands, 49mm, c1950, contained in a mahogany, "Pilliod Cabinet Co." box with viewing aperture.     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Scratches on outer surface of case; Back and bow with minor pitting; Plastic crystal. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Minor spotting and staining. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. Box good, finish with crazing, minor losses, and discoloration, insert in box top loose. $500 - $700
1068 Grimalde & Johnson, 431 Strand, London, good duplex fusee movement now in a purpose made display case by Peter Iles, 9 jewels, key wind and set gilt full plate movement with duplex escapement, diamond endstone and polished steel balance, in a rose gold plated, hinged back and bezel display case, with transparent band, and Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold spade and poker hands, serial #6246, 56mm, c1820 (movement) .     CASE: A well done recase; Minor scratches. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, 10:00; Crack, 8:00- 9:00. HANDS: Good, seconds short. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Oily, dirty; Dust cap stud with minor oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), would benefit from service. $500 - $800
1069 Solvil- Paul Ditisheim, Switzerland, lever pocket watch with unusual balance, 17 jewels, stem wind and set nickel bar movement with lever escapement, Guillaume variant balance with gold timing screws and two bimetallic segments, in a sterling silver, hinged back and bezel, engine turned and engraved open face case with Birmingham hallmark, and date letter for the year 1914, and Arabic numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #740060, 50mm.     CASE: Shallow dent, back; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, very light, 5:00. HANDS: Minor oxide, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Screw heads with minor marring. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $500 - $800
1070 T.F. Cooper, 6 Calthorpe St., London, England, silver cased duplex pocket watch, 13 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with duplex escapement and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in a later, purpose made sterling silver, hinged back and bezel open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1891, Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, gold fleur de lys hands, serial #6590, 55mm, movement c1860.     CASE: Minor marks and scratches; Scratches on cuvette; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $500 - $800
1071 C. H. Meylan, Brassus, silver cased split seconds chronograph, 16+ jewels, stem wind and lever set, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and whiplash micrometric regulator in a sterling silver, hinged back and bezel, open face case with gold furniture and Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, single sunk, white enamel dial, plum colored steel spade and whip hands, serial #3644, 49mm, c1900.     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Minor scratches on crystal; Bow replaced; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 6:00, 7:00. HANDS: Minor oxide; Tails of chronograph hands broken. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor spotting; Steel with a few specks of oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Chronograph starts, stops and returns correctly; Split function gummy, hands catch, needs service. $400 - $600
1072 E. D. Johnson, London, pocket chronometer, now in a desk clock case, 15 jewels, key wind and set, gilt, half plate movement with spring detent escapement, free sprung, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, helical hairspring and diamond endstone, in a brass trimmed, gun metal case with easel back, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel, fleur de lis hands, serial #11387, 70mm, c1875.     CASE: Not original to movement; Minor marks and scratches; Minor tarnish; Crystal with minor scratches. DIAL: Minor cracks and chip repair at 6:00; Short hairlines at edge, 4:30, hidden by bezel. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor marks and spotting. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). Johnson was a fine maker of both pocket and box chronometers, and held a number of horological patents. $400 - $600
1073 International Watch Co., Schaffhausen, man's gold dress watch, 17 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted nickel bar movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and micrometric regulator in a 14 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and snap bezel open face case, Arabic numeral, single sunk silvered dial, blued steel hands, serial #753793, 44mm, 50g TW, c1930.     CASE: Small, shallow dent, back; Pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Plastic crystal; Crown replaced; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Silvering and signature restored; Minor losses to enamel infill. HANDS: Minor oxide, seconds. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor scratches and pin pricks on balance cock; Bright work with minor scratches. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low balance amplitude, needs service. $400 - $500
1074 J.Huguenin, Locle, man's two train pocket watch with independent center seconds and jumping quarters, 23 jewels, key wind and set, damascened nickel bar movement with lever escapement, and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in a silver, reeded edge, engine turned and engraved hunting case with maker's details on cuvette and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, plum colored steel Breguet style hands, serial #13920, 55mm, c1870.     CASE: Dent, back; Dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on cuvette; Engine turning with moderate wear, front, nearly worn smooth, back. DIAL: A few minor scratches. HANDS: Very good, jumping seconds dirty. MOVEMENT PLATES: Marks and scratches on plate; Two dust guard screws broken; Marred screw heads; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. $400 - $600
1075 James Robertson, London, a late 18th century fusee pocket watch with cylinder escapement and sweep seconds, key wind and set gilt full plate movement with pierced and engraved balance cock and Tompion regulator, cylinder escapement and polished steel balance in a sterling silver, open face pair case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1792, the outer case with a few watch papers and a printed, yellow silk gift of friendship, and Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #1457, 54mm.     CASE: Minor dents; Dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Inner case with minor dents, marks and scratches; Outer case with gap at top when closed; Catch button worn through; Bow and pendant worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Scratches; Minor loss at edge, 1:00. HANDS: Replaced; Seconds with repairs and bends. MOVEMENT PLATES: Scratches on plate; Scratches on regulator index; Balance endstone replaced; Endstone setting screws marred; Screws with loss to blue; Dust cap raised by punching and drilling to clear endstone. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks); Seconds hand sometimes catches other hands, stop watch. $400 - $600
1076 Movado, Switzerland, "Ermeto" purse watch, 15 jewel nickel plate movement with lever escapement, wound by opening and closing the textured, red leather covered case, with attached strap, and Arabic numeral silvered dial signed " Movado Chronometer", luminous blued steel hands, serial #M1226074, c1940     CASE: Leather with wear and minor staining; Strap incomplete; Plastic crystal with minor scratches and scuffs. DIAL: Specks of dirt / dust; Very good. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Some spotting, staining. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $400 - $600
1077 Movado, Switzerland, "Ermetoscope" purse watch with date, 17 jewel nickel plate movement with lever escapement, wound by opening and closing the burgundy, crocodile covered gilt case, baton marker silvered dial, gilt dauphine hands with sweep seconds, c1955     CASE: Minor wear to crocodile covering; Plastic crystal. DIAL: Specks of dirt / dust; Very good. HANDS: Good with discoloration to luminous compound. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor spotting. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $400 - $600
1078 Omega Watch Co., Switzerland, a silver cased pocket chronograph with 30 minute register, 15 jewels, stem wind and set, nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and whiplash micrometric regulator in a .900 silver, hinged back and bezel, open face case, the back engraved "E.E.J. Co. Boston No. 50" and Roman numeral, double sunk, white enamel dial, gilt spade and whip hands, 54mm, c1900.     CASE: Minor dents; Dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Minor chips and scratches on crystal; Bow and pendant worn; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Minor scratches; Dirty. HANDS: Minor marks and bends. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Steel with a few spots of oxide; Some screw heads with minor marring; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. $400 - $600
1079 Switzerland, a high quality two train pocket watch with independent dead seconds, 31 jewels, stem wind and pin set gilt bar movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance, the center seconds hand started and stopped by depressing the crown, in a nickel, screw back and bezel open face case with Roman numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, single sunk, signed O'Hara white enamel dial, blued steel spade and poker hands, 54mm, c1870.     CASE: Case not original to movement; Scratches on outer surface of case; Plastic crystal; Crystal with minor scratches. DIAL: A few minor scratches. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor tarnish; Added case screws; Added movement locating pins; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), needs service. COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. $400 - $600
1080 Switzerland, for Dent, London, silver cased pocket chronometer, 19 jewels, key wind and set, damascened nickel plate fusee movement with pivoted detent escapement, cut bimetallic balance, spherical balance spring, gold endstone settings, gold timing screws and gold wheel train in a coin silver, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engraved open face case and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, serial #45674, 55mm, c1870.     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Minor dings and dents; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engraving with moderate wear; Pusher replaced; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 5:00- 6:00; Chips in enamel concealed by bezel. HANDS: Minute replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches and pin pricks on plate; Plates polished; Minor spotting, staining; Plate screw replaced. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), would benefit from service. $400 - $600
1081 Switzerland, silver cased pocket chronometer with date, 19 jewels, key wind and set, gilt fusee movement with pivoted detent escapement, diamond endstone, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, helical balance spring and whiplash micrometric regulator in a silver, engine turned hunting case and Roman numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, gold paste set hands, 55mm, c1870.     CASE: Not original to movement, fits well; Dent, band; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning nearly worn smooth; Covers with gaps at band when closed. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, 6:00; Minor scratches. HANDS: Hour replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor staining, discoloration. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $400 - $600
1082 England, for J.W. Tucker & Company, San Francisco, California, hacking lever fusee pocket watch, 16 jewels, key wind and set, gilt full plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, double roller, and diamond endstone in a 4 oz., coin silver, hinged back and bezel, open face case and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel fleur de lis hands, serial #10646, 59mm, c1870, with silver chain.     CASE: Minor dents, back; Dings and pin pricks; Scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with fine scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 3:00- 4:00. HANDS: Replaced minute & seconds. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches and spots on plate; Bright work with minor scratches; Bright work with a few specks of oxide; One jewel screw missing; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low amplitude, needs service. Dust cap with scratches and staining. Chain with wear and replaced hook. $350 - $450
1083 Vulliamy, London, fusee pocket watch with Savage two pin lever escapement, 11 jewels, key wind and set, gilt plate movement with gold balance in a sterling silver, hinged back and bezel, open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1837, Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #xozm, 46mm.     CASE: Minor dent, back; Dings and pin pricks; Scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Bow replaced; pendant very worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, 8:00. HANDS: Spot of loss to bluing, hour. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $350 - $500
1084 Arnold & Frodsham, 84 Strand, London, lever fusee pocket watch with sweep seconds, 17 jewels, key wind and set, gilt 3/4 plate movement with lever escapement, and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, in a silveroid, hinged back and bezel open face case, Roman numeral white enamel dial, signed "Arnold Chas. Frodsham 8510 AD Fmsz", with gold hands, serial #8510, 54mm, c1855.     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case or cuvette. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 1:00; Flake and short hairline in enamel concealed by bezel. HANDS: Mismatched. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $300 - $400
1085 C.A. Richiger, oversized pocket watch with center seconds, 14 jewels, gilt plate movement with duplex escapement and uncut bimetallic balance in a silver, hinged back and bezel open face case, with Roman numeral, outer black 5-minute markers, white enamel dial, the outer chapter with 150 divisions, blued steel spade hands, 70mm, c1870.     CASE: Minor marks and scratches; Crystal with minor scratches. DIAL: Chips and losses in enamel concealed by bezel; Repaired chips at edge, 9:00. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Good, unfinished. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). The watch appears to be a unique piece, made by an individual watchmaker. A book titled "The Swiss in the United States, a compilation prepared for the Swiss-American Historical Society as the second volume of its publications" contains a reference to one Charles Richiger, who became the manager of a watch factory in Newark, New Jersey in 1884. $300 - $400
1086 Charles Frodsham, 84 Strand, London, free sprung lever fusee pocket watch, 22- 24 jewels, key wind and set, gilt, 3/4 plate movement with cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and diamond endstone, in a purpose made brass display case, with Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial marked "Chas. Frodsham 04097 AD Fmsz", blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #04097, 50mm, c1875.     CASE: Dirt and tarnish; Crystals with a few minor scratches. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Minor loss to blue, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches, otherwise very good. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $300 - $400
1087 Ferdinand Melly, Locle, a two train lever pocket watch with independent dead seconds, 26 jewels, key wind and set, damascened nickel bar movement with counterpoised lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in a coin silver, reeded edge, engine turned hunting case with maker's name and location engraved on cuvette, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, plum colored steel Breguet style hands, serial #202, 54mm, c1860.     CASE: Minor dings; Waves, front; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Small dents; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning nearly worn smooth; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Crack in enamel, 8:00. HANDS: Hour replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate; Spot of corrosion on barrel; Some screwheads with minor loss to blue; Speck of oxide on balance endstone setting. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Irregular, needs repair. It is interesting to note that the 26th jewel (adjacent to time barrel) is present for the sake of symmetry, and serves only an aesthetic function $300 - $400
1088 J. Simpson, London, a silver, pair cased, verge fusee pocket watch with hack lever, key wind and set gilt full plate movement, in a sterling silver, open face pair case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1818, Roman numeral white enamel dial also with seconds chapter at 6:00, gold pierced spade hands, serial #1252, 61mm, with later 19th century coin silver chain,14".     CASE: Shallow dents; Scratches and marring on outer surface of case; Scratches on inner case; Bow a bit loose, pendant worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: A few short hairlines in enamel, light; Fine crack, 12:00- 3:00. HANDS: Minor bends; Seconds replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Gilding with wear; Screws with minor losses to blue; Case screws marred; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), sluggish, needs service; Hack function needs adjustment. $300 - $400
1089 John Bennett, Cheapside, London, freesprung lever pocket watch with helical balance spring, 19 jewels, stem wind and pin set gilt plate movement with lever escapement and freesprung cut bimetallic balance with helical balance spring, diamond endstone and gold timimg screws in a yellow gold filled, hinged back and snap bezel open face case and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #17251, 50mm, c1875.     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, very light, 6:00. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Oily; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $300 - $400
1090 Langford, 13 Gresham St., London, keyless lever pocket watch, 13 jewels, stem wind and pin set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and polished wheel train in a sterling silver, hinged back and snap bezel open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1888, and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #71812, 52mm.     CASE: Minor dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with minor scratches; Pendant repaired; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, very light, 6:00. HANDS: Speck of oxide, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor spotting; Balance endstone screws replaced; Bright work with minor specks of oxide; Case screws abraded; Plate screw with spot of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $300 - $400
1091 Movado, Switzerland, "Ermeto" purse watch, 15 jewel nickel plate movement with lever escapement, wound by opening and closing the sterling silver, hammer finish case, Arabic numeral silvered dial signed "Hodgson, Kennard & Co.", luminous blued steel hands, c1925     CASE: Dings at one corner; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Plastic crystal, abraded on the underside; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Minor scratches; Toning; Specks of dirt / dust. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Spotting, staining; Steel with oxidation; Two screws with broken heads. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $300 - $500
1092 Reid, Ball Alley, London, silver cased lever fusee pocket watch, 17 jewels, key wind and set, gilt full plate movement with lever escapement, and early cut bimetallic balance in a later, purpose made sterling silver, hinged back and bezel, engraved open face case with London hallmark, and date letter for the year 1854, and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, gold spade and whip hands, now painted black, serial #2266, 48mm, movement c1830.     CASE: Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Dome with scratches and shallow dent; Engine turning and engraving with moderate wear; Cover and bezel with gaps at band when closed; Pusher does not release catch for case back; Crystal with minor scratches; Back cover hinge repaired; Case back repaired in 1865; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Minor flakes, concealed by bezel; Filled chip, 9:00; Scratches minor to dial. HANDS: Minute replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Bright work with a few specks of oxide; Some screws with losses to blue. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $300 - $400
1093 Switzerland, a lady's gold and enamel pendant watch, 10 jewels, stem wind and pin set gilt bar movement with cylinder escapement in an 18 karat, hinged back and snap bezel, open face case with with engraved C scrolls, red enamel and diamond set rear cover and Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gilt Louis XV hands, 25mm, 15.1g TW, c1900.     CASE: Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Band with two small file marks; Bezel with minor loss to enamel; Gold shell missing from crown; Precious metal content marked; Diamonds tested; Diamonds with glue residue. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Tarnish. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor toning; Bright work with minor scratches. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $300 - $400
1094 Switzerland, a two time zone pocket watch with center seconds and Chinese duplex- Robin lever escapement, 14 jewels, key wind and set, gilt bar movement of unusual calibre with hybrid escapement in a silver, engine turned and engraved, hunting case and Roman numeral, white enamel dial, blued and gilt steel spade hands, 49mm, c1870.     CASE: Dents; Scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, 3:00; Glue residue; Minor scratches. HANDS: Good, seconds replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Scratches on plate; Bottom plate with spot of corrosion; Screws with minor losses to blue; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). Start/ stop lever missing, slide not functional. Similar to the Patent Union Chronometer, this escapement uses a lever with Robin type pallets to lock the escape wheel, while providing impulse directly to the balance every fourth vibration, as in the Chinese duplex escapement. $300 - $400
1095 Switzerland, Bagnolet calibre pocket watch, 11 jewels, key wind and set gilt bar movement with cylinder escapement in a silver, hinged back and snap bezel, open face case and Roman numeral silver dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, 46mm, c1855.     CASE: Minor waves and a few dimples; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case. DIAL: Minor scratches and dings; Center depressed to hold hour wheel; Does not snap tight to movement. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Stop work missing; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Ticks briefly, needs service. $300 - $400
1096 Switzerland, two dial pocket chronograph, 11 jewels, stem wind and pin set, damascened, nickel plate movement with lever escapement and uncut bimetallic balance in a silver, snap back and bezel, reeded edge, open face case, with Roman numeral, outer black 5-minute markers, double sunk, white enamel dial, the rear dial also in white enamel, and displaying elapsed seconds and minutes, blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #626549, 54mm, c1890.     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Crystals with minor flakes and scratches; Dirty. DIAL: Time dial very good; Chronograph dial with hairlines and repaired chips. HANDS: Good; Chronograph hand with oxidation. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; One chronograph module mounting screw with broken head; Lever with spot of rust; Very dirty. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low balance amplitude, needs service. COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly, stops occasionally, needs service. $300 - $500
1097 Victor Kullberg, 105 Liverpool Rd., London, fusee pocket watch, 19 jewels, key wind and set, gilt full plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in a sterling silver, hinged back and bezel, engine turned, consular open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1879, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #2461, 51mm.     CASE: Dings and minor dents; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Band worn; Bow with wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, 6:00; Small fracture above 12:00, concealed by bezel. HANDS: A few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor scratches; Regulator and hairspring stud with a few spots of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $300 - $500
1098 A. Lange & Sohne, Glashutte b Dresden, for Schumann's Sons, New York, a first quality pocket watch for the North American market, 20 jewels, stem wind and lever set damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, diamond endstone, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and gold jewel settings in a nickel, screw back and bezel, engine turned open face case, Arabic numeral gilt dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #17822, 52mm, c1885 (movement) .     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Small hole in band near pendant; Crystal with glue residue; Bow replaced; Crown worn. DIAL: Minor marks and scratches. HANDS: Minor oxide, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Spotting; Ratchet wheel with minor oxide; A few screws with minor oxide; Very dirty. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), setting does not lock. $250 - $350
1099 Carl Ranch, Kiobenhavn (Copenhagen), Denmark, man's duplex escapement pocket watch with Coles double overcoil hairspring, 14 jewels, key wind and set gilt bar movement with cut bimetallic balance and gold timing screws in a silver, engine turned hunting case, with Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, and blued steel moon hands, c1860.     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Minor dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Engine turning worn smooth; Bow and pendant worn. DIAL: A few minor scratches, minor chip at center of seconds bit, otherwise very good. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor scratches; Dirt and tarnish; Bright work with a few specks of oxide; Locking roller replaced with steel. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Ticks briefly, needs service. $250 - $350
1100 England, for A.C. Ross, Zanesville, Ohio, fusee pocket watch, 7 jewels, key wind and set gilt full plate movement, with lever escapement, and gold balance in a sterling silver, engine turned and engraved, consular open face case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1850, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, original blued steel hands, serial #6760, 49mm.     CASE: Dirty and tarnished; Minor dings and scratches; Engine turning with moderate wear; Crystal with minor scratches; Bow worn; Bow replaced; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Tiny flake at edge of seconds bit, otherwise very good. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor scratches; Dirty; Dust cap missing. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Runs with pressure on fusee, chain detached from barrel. $250 - $350
1101 France or Switzerland, mid 19th century pocket watch with Robin type lever escapement, 16 jewels, key wind and set, gilt Lepine calibre movement with cut bimetallic balance in a nickel, screw back and bezel display case, with Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, and gilt arrow hands, 53mm, c1850.     CASE: Case not original to movement; Minor dings, pin pricks and scratches; Bow and pendant replaced. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, 4:00 to 8:00. HANDS: Good, seconds replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Bright work with minor oxide; Click replaced, bent. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Ticks briefly, needs service. $250 - $350
1102 Vacheron & Constantin, Geneva, for the North American market, 16 size, 16 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted, damascened nickel bar movement with counterpoised lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws, wolf's tooth winding and whiplash micrometric regulator in a rose gold filled, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned and engraved open face case and Arabic numeral, outer black 5-minute markers, single sunk white enamel dial, plum colored steel spade and whip hands, serial #282827, c1910.     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Shows extra case screw mark; Minor dents, back and cuvette; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Engine turning with moderate wear; Gold filled with moderate brassing; Bow replaced; Crown worn. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, very light, 12:00, 4:30; Chips in enamel concealed by bezel, 1:00, 3:00; Minor scratches. HANDS: Seconds replaced; Hour and minute abraded. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate; Minor spotting; Regulator assembly with a few specks of oxide; Case screw replaced; Dial screws replaced; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $250 - $350
1103 Switzerland, a two train, two time zone, gilt watch movement with dead center seconds, gilt, 19- 21 jewel movement with independent train for the center seconds, with steel balance, bimetallic compensation curb and parachute shock protection, Roman numeral white enamel dial, brass and steel hands.     movement very dirty, runs, needs service, dial with hairlines, some hands missing $150 - $250
1104 Solvil- Paul Ditisheim, Switzerland, lever pocket watch with wind indicator, 16 jewels, stem wind and set nickel bar movement with lever escapement, monometallic balance with gold timing screws and Ditisheims affixes in a nickel, hinged back and snap bezel, open face case, and Arabic numeral, triple sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #720851, 49mm, c1925.     CASE: Case abraded; Minor dings; Scratches on outer surface of case; Cuvette abraded; Crystal with edge chips. DIAL: Short hairline and glued chips at 10:00. HANDS: Minor oxide, tip of minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor discoloration; Center wheel abraded. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $600 - $800
1105 Solvil- Paul Ditisheim, Switzerland, lever pocket watch with wind indicator, 17 jewels, stem wind and set nickel bar movement with lever escapement, monometallic balance with gold timing screws and Ditisheim's affixes in a sterling silver, hinged back and snap bezel, open face case and Arabic numeral, triple sunk white enamel dial, blued steel moon hands, serial #729384, 49mm, c1925.     CASE: A few minor dents; Dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 4:30, 7:00, 10:00. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches and scuffs on plate; Some screws with marred heads. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $600 - $800
1106 Movado, Switzerland, "Ermeto" purse watch, 15 jewel nickel plate movement with lever escapement, wound by opening and closing the snake or lizard covered sterling silver case, Arabic numeral silvered dial signed "Chronometre Movado", luminous blued steel hands, c1930     CASE: Wear and discoloration to covering. DIAL: Minor scratches Minor spotting; Losses to luminous compound. HANDS: Minor oxide; Minute with loss to luminous compound. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Balance cock screw replaced; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $300 - $400
1107 Pocket watch case, engine turned 18 karat yellow gold, marked J.B. & Co., 55mm, 64.3g TW     very good, precious metal content marked $1,450 - $1,600
1108 Pocket watch case, 18 karat yellow gold, 50mm, 43.7g TW     precious metal content marked $1,100 - $1,300
1109 Watch case, a very nice, 16 size, 14 karat gold Roy open face case with engine turning, 42.2g TW     very good, with minor wear, precious metal content marked $700 - $800
1110 Pocket watch case, 18 karat gold, engine turned back with cipher, 47mm, 42.8g TW     good, precious metal content marked $850 - $1,050
1111 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., "Premier Maximus" with original boxes and papers, 16 size, 23 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted to 5 positions, temperature and isochronism, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, diamond endstones, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws and Ohlson micrometric regulator in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, open face Premier Maximus case with maker's details engraved on gold cuvette, and Arabic numeral, quadruple sunk white enamel dial, blued steel whip and spade hands, serial #17000127, 99.7g TW, together with its original gilt stamped, black leather, silk and velvet lined box, spare mainspring and crystal, outer cardboard box, Waltham contract notice, and promotional pamphlet, c1908.     CASE: Very fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on cuvette; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Small chips at wind indicator, glued in place; One tiny loss opposite repair. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Tiny spot on barrel bridge. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). Leather box with minor wear at catch, otherwise very good. Outer box with minor rubs, scuffs. Papers good. A very nice example from the first Premier Maximus run of 200 watches. $8,000 - $10,000
1112 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., a man's series VII gold pocket watch with runic dial, N size, 15 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings and whiplash micrometric regulator in an 18 karat, yellow gold hunting case with engraved cipher on front cover and single sunk, white enamel dial, the figures spelling out the name "Robert Winter", blued steel umbrella hands, serial #208267, 146.2g TW, c1885.     CASE: Minor dent, band; Dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Bow worn; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, seconds bit; Cracks in dial, poorly stabilized with glue; Scratches minor to dial. HANDS: Minor loss to blue. MOVEMENT PLATES: Marks and scratches on plate; Regulator assembly with specks of oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low amplitude, needs service. $2,000 - $3,000
1113 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., series I pocket watch, 15 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance in a 14 karat, rose gold, hinged back and bezel, open face case and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #880, 49mm, 96.1g TW, c1860.     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Shallow dents; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Rear cover and hinge professionally repaired; Precious metal content tested. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, very light, dial center and 7:00; Repaired loss below seconds bit. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor spotting and a few specks of verdigris; Balance endstone setting incorrectly oriented; Bright work with minor scratches and a few specks of oxide; Added case screw. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,400 - $1,800
1114 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., a series V gold pocket watch, L size, 15 jewels, stem wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and whiplash micrometric regulator in an 18 karat, reeded edge, engine turned hunting case and Roman numeral, outer black 5-minute markers, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel umbrella hands, serial #52918, 122.8g TW, c1870.     CASE: Minor dents; Minor waves; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Polishing marks; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning worn smooth; Bow worn; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, very light, 1:00 to center, center to seconds bit, 5:00. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and fine scratches on plate; Bright work with minor oxide; Balance endstone setting below surface of balance cock; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,300 - $1,800
1115 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., series II, N size, 15 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, Geneva stopwork and Reeds barrel with maintaining power in a silver, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, open face case, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #2474, c1860.     CASE: Dents; Dents in cuvette; Dings and pricks; Scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on inner surface of case; Bow replaced. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 2:30, 4:00, 8:30, center to seconds bit; Filled chip at edge of seconds bit. HANDS: Oxidation. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Scattered spotting and minor corrosion; Bright work with minor scratches; Bright work with minor oxide; Fourth wheel upper hole jewel replaced, boring enlarged. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). RARITY: This is a two star watch in Gilbert, Engle and Shugart's `Complete Price Guide to Watches`, uncommon, less than 1000 made. $800 - $1,200
1116 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., series III, N size, 15 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and whiplash micrometric regulator in a gold filled, hinged back and bezel, engraved, open face case, with Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #25103, c1870.     CASE: Cuvette with shallow dent; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Bow with brassing; Pendant with spot of brassing. DIAL: Tiny flake at edge, 12:00; Small flake on seconds bit. HANDS: Replaced hour and minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor scratches on plate; Discoloration and staining from fingerprints; Bright work with a few spots of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Not running, fourth wheel and pinion missing, otherwise complete and with good balance staff. $600 - $800
1117 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., movement only, N size, series III, 15 jewel damascened, gilt movement with Coles resilient escapement, serial #23941     running, hour and minute wheels missing $500 - $700
1118 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., a silver cased series III pocket watch, N size, 15 jewels, key wind and set, adjusted gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws, Reeds patent barrel with maintaining power and Geneva stops in a Margot Bros. silver, engine turned hunting case, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued and polished steel spade hands, serial #15249, c1865     CASE: Tarnish; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning nearly worn smooth; Front cover with gap at band when closed; Bow worn. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: minor oxide, tip of minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Minor spotting; Very dirty, oily. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Not running, gummy, good staff, escapement functional. $450 - $650
1119 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., series IV pocket watch, N size, 15 jewels, key wind and set, gilt plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in a coin silver, hinged back and bezel open face case and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel umbrella hands, serial #38692, c1870.     CASE: Minor dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Back cover worn and with repair; Back cover hinge worn; Bow replaced; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, center to seconds bit, 6:00; Flake in enamel concealed by bezel. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Winding and setting squares with oxidation; A few minor spots. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $400 - $600
1120 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., series XII, L size, split plate, 17 jewels, stem wind and set, damascened, nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws and whiplash micrometric regulator in a gold filled, screw back and bezel, open face case and Arabic numeral, single sunk, metal dial, blued steel umbrella hands, serial #700747, c1900.     CASE: Minor dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Bow and pendant with minor brassing; Crystal with minor scratches; Crown worn. DIAL: Minor dirt and discoloration. HANDS: Minor oxide, tip of minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Regulator assembly with specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Ticks briefly, needs service. This watch appears to have been updated in the first half of the 20th century, with a new case and dial. The movement fits the case properly, and has never housed a different movement. $300 - $400
1121 E. Howard & Co., Boston, Mass., series X, J size, 15 jewels, stem wind and set, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws and whiplash micrometric regulator in a gold filled, reeded edge, engine turned and engraved open face case, Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel umbrella hands, serial #501086, c1900.     CASE: Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with moderate wear; Gold filled with minor brassing; Crystal cracked; Crown worn. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, very light; Crack, 4:00. HANDS: Minor oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Regulator assembly and screw heads with specks of oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Not running, gummy, good staff. $250 - $350
1122 Watch movements- 9 (Nine), all E. Howard & Co., N and L size, series III, IV, VIII, and XII, including serial #5675, now in a purpose made case, #30270, with a very decorative enamel dial, and #700818, series XII, L size, split plate     3 running, including #5675, the other complete movements will run with pressure on the center wheel, series XII disassembled, may be incomplete, and two incomplete movements $600 - $800
1123 Charles Fasoldt, Albany, N.Y., "Patent Chronometer", cal. 1, model K1c, 19 jewels, key wind and set gilt nickel bar movement with Fasoldts patent chronometer escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and gold furniture in a gold plated, coin silver, hinged back and bezel open face case, the back with engraved cipher, and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #132     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Dings; Very fine scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Minor scratches on crystal. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 1:00, 6:00, 8:30, 11:00, 12:00; Filled chips, edge, 12:00, 4:00; Scratches; Abrasion around center hole; Minor chips, center of seconds bit. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Now with gilding; Marks and scratches on plate; Gold parts with scratches and gouges; Ratchet wheel with minor oxide; Screw heads with marring and loss to blue; Balance endstone replaced; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . See lots 255, 1124 and 1125 for other examples by this maker. $3,000 - $4,000
1124 Charles Fasoldt, Albany, N.Y., "Patent Chronometer", cal. III, model S2o, 16 jewels, stem wind and pin set, cotes de Geneve decorated nickel bar movement with Fasoldts patent chronometer escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and gold furniture in a nickel, screw back and bezel display case, Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, plum colored steel Breguet style hands, serial #521, c1870.     CASE: Not original to movement; Dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Minor staining; Bow replaced. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 5:00, 6:00, 7:00, seconds bit; Scratches minor to dial. HANDS: Minor oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: Bridges polished; Minor scratches on plate; Gold parts with minor scratches; Third wheel upper hole jewel poorly replaced. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . See lots 255, 1123, and 1125 for other examples by this maker. $2,500 - $3,500
1125 Charles Fasoldt, Albany, NY, "Patent Chronometer" movement only, cal. II, model S1, 20 size, 16 jewels, stem wind and key set, cotes de Geneve decorated, nickel bar movement with Fasoldts patent chronometer escapement, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, gold Fasoldt regulator and jewel settings, and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, serial #452     DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, center to seconds bit, 5:30, 6:30, 12:00. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Minor staining. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . See lot numbers 255, 1123, and 1124 for other examples by this maker. $3,000 - $4,000
1126 Elgin Watch Co., Elgin, Illinois, grade 91 convertible, 16 size, 21 jewels, stem wind and lever set, ornately damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws, gold wheel train and Moseley micrometric regulator in a 14 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned open face case and Roman numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, plum colored steel Breguet style hands, serial #942266, 111.5g TW, c1885.     CASE: Very fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very slight deformation to band and rear cover, just to one side of hinge; Incorrect crystal; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Short hairline at edge, 1:00. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor scratches on plate. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). RARITY: This is a three star watch in Gilbert, Engle and Shugart's `Complete Price Guide to Watches`, uncommon, less than 350 made. A rare watch, in exceptional condition. $3,500 - $4,500
1127 Elgin Watch Co., Elgin, Illinois, "Father Time" with wind indicator, 18 size, 21 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted to 5 positions, sun ray damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, free sprung cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws, gold jewel settings, and gold wheel train in a yellow gold filled, screw back and bezel, engine turned and engraved open face case and Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, double sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #15154831, c1910.     CASE: Dings; Band with small flat spot; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning worn smooth; Gold filled with minor brassing; Crown an incorrect replacement. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 10:00, wind indicator to seconds bit. HANDS: Poorly refinished. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Winding wheels have a few spots of oxidation; Some screws with minor oxide; Balance endstone setting with minor marring. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $800 - $1,200
1128 D.D. Palmer, Waltham, Mass., man's lever pocket watch, 17 size, 15 jewels gilt plate movement with Palmers patent stem winding and setting, lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, in a Margot Brothers, 14 karat, rose gold, hinged back and bezel open face case with owners names engraved on gold cuvette and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #1017, 121.3g TW, c1870.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; One hinge plug absent; Minor scratches on crystal; Crown with wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 3:30, 11:00. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor marks and fine scratches, otherwise very good. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). RARITY: This is a three star watch in Gilbert, Engle and Shugart's `Complete Price Guide to Watches`, uncommon, less than 350 made. A very nice example. $2,500 - $3,500
1129 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., model 1892 "Vanguard" with wind indicator, 18 size, 23 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted, ornately damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws and Ohlson micrometric regulator in a rose gold filled, screw back and bezel open face case and Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, double sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #16141102, c1910.     CASE: Minor dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Gold filled with minor brassing; Crystal with minor scratches and chip. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Oxidation, tip of minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Line of abrasion between crown wheel and balance; Scratches on ratchet wheel; Regulator assembly with a few specks of oxide; Balance endstone setting with minor marring; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low amplitude, needs service. $1,200 - $1,500
1130 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., "Am. Watch Co." model 1872, 16 size, 15 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted, damascened, nickel plate movement with lever escapement, gold timing screws and Fogg tadpole micrometric regulator in an 18 karat, yellow gold, reeded edge, engine turned and engraved hunting case and Roman numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, serial #2634852, 130.6g TW, c1885.     CASE: A few small, shallow dents; A few minor dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with moderate wear; Two hinge plugs absent; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines and spider hairlines. HANDS: Minor oxide, tip of minute. WATCH CHECKLIST: Movement Plates; Minor scratches and pin pricks on plate; Bright work with minor oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low balance amplitude, needs service. $2,000 - $2,500
1131 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., model 1872 "Riverside", 16 size, 17 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted, damascened gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws, antimagnetic balance spring and Fogg tadpole micrometric regulator in an 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel open face case with glazed cuvette, the case back engraved with a fish, shield and rustic cross, and Arabic numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #3190781, 138.9g TW, c1890.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Bow worn; Crown replaced, loose fit with pendant; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Waltham dial is a later replacement. Scratches minor to dial. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Winding wheels with fine scratches; Bright work with a few specks of oxide; Small, shallow hole near ratchet wheel; Loss to blacking in engraving. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,800 - $2,300
1132 Dudley Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., model 2 masonic pocket watch, 12 size, 19 jewels, stem wind and set nickel plate movement, with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance, the gilt cocks and bridges in the form of various masonic symbols, in a yellow gold filled, hinged back and snap bezel open face case, with glazed cuvette, Arabic numeral, single sunk metal dial, blued steel hands, serial #2421, 45mm, c1925.     CASE: Minor dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Rear cover lift spring needs adjustment, opens back to 45 deg; Cover extends beyond 90 degrees when opened, 100 deg; Crown worn. DIAL: A few minor scratches; Specks of dirt / dust. HANDS: Shortened, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches and marks on plate; Regulator with patch of oxide; One bridge screw with oxidation and minor pitting; Barrel bridge lacking gilding; Barrel bridge screws refinished. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,800 - $2,200
1133 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., for W. Luther LaRue & Co., Pittsfield, Mass., "934", 18 size, 17 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings and Goldthwaite micrometric regulator in a 14 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel open face case with presentation on gold cuvette and monogram on rear cover, Roman numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, double sunk white enamel dial, blued steel hands, serial #4473, 162g TW, c1895.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Hinge plug absent; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, very light, edge, 5:30; Chip in enamel concealed by bezel, 3:00; Abrasion, 8:00. HANDS: Minute with loss to blue and bends, hour with minor bends. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate; Regulator assembly with a few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,750 - $2,000
1134 American Waltham Watch Co., model 1888 "Riverside Maximus", 16 size, 21 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted, ornately damascened, non magnetic nickel movement with lever escapement, diamond endstones, gold timing screws, gold jewel settings, gold wheel train and Church micrometric regulator in an 18 karat yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, engine turned open face case with Swiss hallmarks, and Roman numeral, single sunk, non Maximus white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #6525559, 117.6g TW     CASE: Minor dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with moderate wear; Crystal with minor scratches; Crown lacking gold shell; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Spot of oxide, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Winding wheels polished, pitting from oxide, ratchet wheel; Balance endstone setting with minor marring. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low balance amplitude, needs service. $1,600 - $2,000
1135 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., "Amn. Watch Co." model 1874, 14 size, 16 jewels, stem wind and lever set gilt plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and gold timing screws in a Serex and Desmaison 18 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned, open face case and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #985612, 110.9g TW, c1880.     CASE: Minor dents, back; Cuvette with two small, shallow dents; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Back cover with minor gap at band when closed; One hinge plug missing; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 4:00, 12:00, center. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Scattered, minor spotting. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,600 - $1,800
1136 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., model 1883, "P.S. Bartlett", 18 size, 15 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted, damascened, frosted nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and Church micrometric regulator in a 14 karat, yellow gold, engraved, box hinge hunting case and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #3535767, 141g TW, c1890.     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Minor dents; Shallow creases, front; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engraving with moderate wear; Bow worn; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light. HANDS: Mismatched. MOVEMENT PLATES: Scratches and scuffs on plate; Bright work with minor scratches and a few specks of oxide; One plate screw missing. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,600 - $1,800
1137 Elgin Watch Co., Elgin, Illinois, grade 156, 16 size, 21 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted, ornately damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws, gold wheel train, and Moseley micrometric regulator in an 18 karat, yellow gold, engine turned and engraved hunting case with presentation on gold cuvette, and Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, double sunk white enamel dial, plum colored steel Breguet style hands, serial #6463565, 115.8g TW, c1895.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning / engraving with minor wear; Engine turning worn smooth at pendant, front cover; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor marks on plate, otherwise very good; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). RARITY: This is a one star watch in Gilbert, Engle and Shugart's `Complete Price Guide to Watches`, uncommon, less than 2500 made. $1,600 - $2,000
1138 Elgin Watch Co., Elgin, Illinois, man's pocket watch, 16 size, 15 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted, damascened, nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, and gold timing screws in a 14 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel open face case with engraved cipher on rear cover and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, plum colored steel Breguet style hands, serial #1158686, 136g TW, c1885.     CASE: Minor dent, bottom of rear cover; Ding, band, 6:00; Bezel with minor loss, 8:00; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Cuvette with dimple; Crystal with minor scratches; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, at edge, 8:00; Flakes in enamel concealed by bezel, 6:00; Scratches minor to dial; Specks of dirt / dust. HANDS: Oxidation, seconds. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches and scuffs on plate; Short scratch and a few pin pricks at case screw; Minor spotting; Bright work with a few scattered specks of oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,600 - $1,900
1139 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., model 1883, 18 size, 7 jewels, stem wind and lever set, damascened, nickel plate movement with lever escapement in a 14 karat, yellow gold, engine turned and engraved hunting case with owners name on gold cuvette and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #7965212, 132.2g TW, c1895.     CASE: Minor dents and dings; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning and engraving with minor wear; Covers extend beyond 90 degrees when opened; Crystal absent; Bow worn; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light; Chips in enamel concealed by bezel. HANDS: Seconds hand replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Bright work with minor oxidation. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,500 - $1,700
1140 Illinois Watch Co., Springfield, Illinois, a private label, gold pocket watch 18 size, 15 jewels, key wind and set, damascened nickel plate movement, with lever escapement, marked "Governor Boston", in a 14 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned open face case, Roman numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, blued steel tulip hands, serial #210434, 123.3g TW, c1880.     CASE: Two shallow dents, back; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with moderate wear; Crystal with minor scratches; Bow worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light; Chip in enamel concealed by bezel, 1:00; Seconds bit with loss at bottom. HANDS: Loss to bluing. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate; Some screws with oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), click slipping. $1,400 - $1,600
1141 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., model 1888 "Riverside Maximus", 16 size, 21 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted, ornately damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws, gold wheel train and Church micrometric regulator in a 14 karat, rose gold, hinged back and bezel, scalloped, open face case and Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, double sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #7003903, 106.3g TW, c1900.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Bow with wear; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Replaced; Hairline in enamel, light, 5:30; Fine scratches. HANDS: Oxidation, tip of minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Ratchet wheel with a few specks of oxide; Regulator with speck of oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,300 - $1,600
1142 Elgin Watch Co., Elgin, Illinois, grade 20 pocket watch, with pocket chronometer conversion, 18 size, 15 jewels, stem wind and lever set gilt plate movement with spring detent escapement, free sprung cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws and compensation weights, helical balance spring and gold escape wheel in a 14 karat, yellow gold, engraved, box hinge hunting case with monogram on front cover, and Roman numeral, single sunk, O'Hara style multicolor enamel dial, serial #355213, 140.1g TW, c1875.     CASE: Small, shallow dent, front; Back with minor dents, waves; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Bow worn; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, 2:00; Flakes in enamel concealed by bezel. HANDS: Minute and seconds missing. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor stains; Dirty. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Runs dial down, stops dial up, cuvette exerts pressure on balance cock, will not run with case closed. $1,300 - $1,600
1143 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., pocket chronograph with minute register, 14 size, 15 jewels, stem wind and lever set, frosted nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws and gold chronograph wheels in a 14 karat, rose gold, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, open face case with monogram on rear cover, and presentation on gold cuvette "Franklin A. Wilson / to / John Wilson/ July 2nd 1911", Arabic numeral, double sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #3127016, 132.6g TW, c1890.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Bow worn; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Spider hairlines; Small chips at edge of seconds bit. HANDS: Minor oxide, minute; Chronograph hand replaced, tail broken. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; A few spots of verdigris; Dings on balance cock; Balance endstone setting below top of balance cock. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. $1,200 - $1,600
1144 Illinois for Ball Watch Co., Cleveland, Ohio, "Official RR Standard", 16 size, 23 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws and whiplash micrometric regulator in a white gold filled, screw back and bezel, engraved open face case, Arabic numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel Ball- Illinois hands, serial #B800832, c1930.     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Shows extra case screw mark; Back with minor dents; Scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engraving with minor wear; Plastic crystal; Crown worn. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 6:00, 8:00. HANDS: Lacking color and with oxidation. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Fine scratches on winding wheels; Regulator assembly and bridge screw with specks of oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). RARITY: This is a one star watch in Gilbert, Engle and Shugart's `Complete Price Guide to Watches`, uncommon, less than 2500 made. $1,200 - $1,500
1145 A 14 karat gold, open face, key wind watch case, now with a later, Waltham stem wind movement, 128.3g TW     case with minor dents, wear, and losses, movement running, precious metal content marked $1,000 - $1,200
1146 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., "Amn. Waltham Watch Co.", model 1874, 14 size, 15 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws and Woerd micrometric regulator in a 14 karat, rose gold hunting case, the front cover with engraved cipher, and rear with engraved crest, Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, serial #2120542, 97.7g TW, c1885.     CASE: Dents and dings; Rear cover badly dented and with split; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Cover extends beyond 90 degrees when opened, front; Plastic crystal; Bow replaced; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 9:00. HANDS: Minor oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Bright work with a few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,000 - $1,200
1147 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., model 1888, "American Watch Co.", 21 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws, gold wheel train and Fogg micrometric regulator in a 14 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, engine turned and engraved open face case, Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #6500016, 105.1g TW, c1895.     CASE: Waves, cuvette; Cuvette with dent, made from inside; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Engine turning and other detail worn smooth; Back cover hinge loose, hole in center section; Hinge plugs absent, back; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, very light; A few min or flakes; Scratches. HANDS: Minor bends; Minor oxide, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Scratches on balance cock; Winding wheels with minor oxide; Two plate screws abraded; Some screws with marred heads; Balance endstone setting marred. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). RARITY: This is a four star watch in Gilbert, Engle and Shugart's `Complete Price Guide to Watches`, uncommon, less than 100 made. $1,000 - $1,400
1148 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., model 1899 "Riverside Maximus", 16 size, 23 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted to 6 positions, temperature, and isochronism, ornately damascened nickel plate movement, with lever escapement, diamond endstones, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws, gold wheel train and whiplash micrometric regulator, in a 14 karat yellow gold, hinged back and bezel, open face case, and Arabic numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, plum colored steel moon hands, serial #16177759, 107g TW, c1910.     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Minor dent, back; Dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Minor scratches on crystal; Bow replaced; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, very light, 6:00; Flake in enamel concealed by bezel, 1:30; Small chips at edge of seconds bit. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Winding wheels with minor specks of oxide; Regulator assembly with minor specks of oxide; Some screw slots with minor marring; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $1,000 - $1,300
1149 Auburndale Watch Co., Auburndale, Mass., rotary pocket watch, 20 size, stem wind and lever set gilt plate movement with lever escapement in a nickel, snap back and bezel open face case and Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #10, c1880.     CASE: Dings and minor dents; Scratches on outer surface of case; Losses to plating. DIAL: Hairlines and small fracture, 6:00. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Losses to gilding; Some steel with minor oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Runs dial down, dial up the balance rubs the winding/ setting cock. RARITY: This is a four star watch in Gilbert, Engle and Shugart's `Complete Price Guide to Watches`, uncommon, less than 100 made. $1,000 - $1,500
1150 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., model 1862 "Appleton, Tracy & Co.", 20 size, 15 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in a coin silver, hinged back and bezel open face case and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #100852, c1864.     CASE: Dings; Back with wave, minor dent; Scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with edge chip; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Seconds bit with two small chips at edge. HANDS: Seconds with bends; Hour hand short. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Some staining and spotting. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $900 - $1,200
1151 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., 922 "Masterpiece", 12 size, 23 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted to 5 positions, circular damascened, nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws, gold wheel train and whiplash micrometric regulator in an 18 karat, white gold, hinged back and snap bezel open face case with maker's details engraved on gold cuvette and Arabic numeral metal dial, gold hands, serial #3012482, 64.8g TW, c1930.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Winding wheels with a few specks of oxide; Regulator assembly and click with a few specks of oxide; Some screw slots with minor marring; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $900 - $1,200
1152 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., "A.W.W. Co." model 1908, 16 size, 15 jewels, stem wind and set, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and Church micrometric regulator in a 14 karat, yellow gold, engraved hunting case with Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #17647350, 87.6g TW, c1910.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Engraving with moderate wear; Plastic crystal; Bow replaced; Crown replaced; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Winding wheels with spots of oxidation, abrasion; Bright work has minor oxidation; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $800 - $1,000
1153 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., "American Watch Co." model 1888, 16 size, 21 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted, ornately damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, double roller, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws, gold wheel train and Fogg tadpole micrometric regulator in a 14 karat, rose gold, hinged back and bezel open face case and Arabic numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, serial #6500364, 96g TW, c1895.     CASE: Dents; Scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Winding wheels with a few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $800 - $1,000
1154 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., "American Watch Co." model 1888, 16 size, 21 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted, ornately damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws, gold wheel train and Fogg tadpole micrometric regulator in a rose gold filled, engine turned hunting case, and Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, single sunk "A.W.W.Co." white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #7003029, c1900.     CASE: Minor dent, cuvette; Minor dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with minor wear; Gold filled with minor brassing; Front cover lift spring missing Crown with wear. DIAL: Minor scratches; Tiny flake at step to seconds bit. HANDS: Minor oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Winding wheels with specks of oxide; Regulator assembly with small spots of oxide; Some screws with marred heads. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). RARITY: This is a four star watch in Gilbert, Engle and Shugart's `Complete Price Guide to Watches, uncommon, less than 100 made. $800 - $1,200
1155 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., "Amn. Watch Co." model 1872, 16 size, 16 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted, damascened, nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws, gold center wheel and Fogg tadpole micrometric regulator in a yellow gold filled, hinged back and bezel, open face case and Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #1937794, c1885.     CASE: Minor dents, bezel; Dings; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Gold filled with minor brassing; Minor chip on crystal. DIAL: Fine scratches. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Balance cock foot with pin pricks; Winding wheels with specks of oxide; Regulator assembly with a few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $800 - $1,200
1156 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., "Chronodrometer", 18 size, 16 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement and gold balance in a coin silver, engine turned hunting case and Roman and Arabic numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, serial #14787, c1860.     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Dents and dings; Scratches on outer surface of case; Crudely scratched name on cuvette; Engine turning worn smooth; Rear cover with bends and distortion; Cover extends beyond 90 degrees when opened, front, 100 deg; Bow replaced; Lacks pusher for start/ stop function; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 12:00, center, 6:00, 1/4 seconds register; A few tiny flakes at edge of time dial, 1:00; Two small flakes at edge, concealed by bezel. HANDS: Incorrect replacements. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches; Minor spotting and discoloration; Bright work with scattered specks of oxide; Screws replaced, balance cock, one barrel bridge, case screw, balance endstone screw; Two balance endstone screws with abraded heads. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $800 - $1,200
1157 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., silver cased model 1857 for N. S. Daniels, 18 size, 15 jewels, key wind and set, gilt plate movement with lever escapement and gold balance in a silver, hinged back and bezel, engine turned and engraved, open face case and Arabic numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #1000, c1853.     CASE: Minor dents, back; Dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on cuvette; Engine turning worn smooth; Hinge plug absent; Bezel and back do not snap tight, worn; Bow worn. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light; Filled chip, 1:30; Glued loss, edge of seconds bit. HANDS: Replaced minute, seconds. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Spotting and staining; Dirty; Losses to gilding. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks); Low balance amplitude, needs service. $800 - $1,200
1158 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., "950 Elinvar", 16 size, 23 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted to 5 positions, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws, gold wheel train and whiplash micrometric regulator in a yellow gold filled, screw back and bezel, open face Hamilton "Railroad Model" case, and Arabic numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, black steel hands, serial #2612463, c. 1937     CASE: Dent, back cover and band, 6:00; Dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, very light, 9:30; A few minor scratches. HANDS: Very good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Winding wheels, regulator assembly and click with specks of oxide; Fourth and escape wheel bridge with dents, marring; Escape wheel endstone setting marred. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $800 - $1,100
1159 Illinois Watch Co., Springfield, Illinois, Washington Watch Co. "Lafayette", 18 size, 24 jewels, stem wind, lever set, adjusted to positions and temperature, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws and whiplash micrometric regulator in a 4 oz. sterling silver, swingout open face case, Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, double sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #2367484, c1910     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Minor waves, back; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on inner surface of case; Bow worn; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light; Seconds bit reattached, glue residue at edge. HANDS: Minor oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: Scratches on plate; Regulator assembly with specks of oxide; Case screw replaced; Third wheel jewels and settings replaced, incorrect. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $800 - $1,000
1160 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., model 1857 "Samuel Curtis" movement only, 15 jewel, gilt, lever movement with steel balance, Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel fleur de lys hands, serial #555, c1854     minor marks and scratches on plate, regulator abraded, dial with hairlines, minute hand with bends, running, would benefit from service $600 - $800
1161 Auburndale Watch Co., Auburndale, Mass. "Auburndale Timer", scarce split seconds chronograph, 18 size, 5 jewels nickel plate movement with integral winding key, lever escapement, the chronograph start/stop/zero functions operated through the crown, and with the split lever in the band, in a nickel, hinged back and snap bezel open face case, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, blued steel hands, serial 3307, c1880     CASE: Scratches and minor spotting; Polish residue; Notch filed to accommodate case clamp.. DIAL: Faint hairline at 40. HANDS: Specks of oxide on chronograph hands. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate; Some wear to plating on winder; Regulator with specks of oxide; Case screw replaced, clamp added. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). COMPLICATION FUNCTION: Functions properly. $600 - $800
1162 Dennison, Howard and Davis, Waltham, Mass., silver cased pocket watch, serial #4454, 18 size, 11 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement in a silver, hinged back and bezel, engine turned and engraved open face case with Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #4454, c1857.     CASE: Shallow dents and dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on cuvette; Engine turning worn smooth; Rear cover snap worn; Bow replaced. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel. HANDS: Replaced; Oxidation, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Bright work with scattered specks of oxide; Losses to gilding; Case screw replaced; Balance endstone setting abraded; Barrel bridge screw with losses to blue; Dirty. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), needs service. $600 - $800
1163 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., "920", 12 size, 23 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted to 5 positions, straight line damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, double roller, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws, gold wheel train and whiplash micrometric regulator, in a 14 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel open face case, with maker's details and presentation engraved on gold cuvette, and with engraved cipher on back cover, Arabic numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, plum colored spade and whip hands, serial #1766344, 66.7g TW, c1915     CASE: A few minor dents and dings, band; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Bow worn; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, center to seconds bit, 8:00; Cracks and small depression, seconds bit; Small chips in enamel concealed by bezel; Scratches minor to dial; Discoloration at edges of metal dial under by bezel. HANDS: Minor loss to blue; Minor bend, minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Winding wheels with minor scratches; Winding wheels with specks of oxide; Regulator assembly with a few specks of oxide; Barrel cap abraded; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $550 - $650
1164 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., "950", 16 size, 23 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted to 5 positions, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws, gold wheel train and whiplash micrometric regulator in a yellow gold filled, swingout open face case, and Arabic numeral, outer red five minute markers, double sunk, white enamel dial, plum colored steel spade and poker hands, serial #846736, c1910     CASE: Minor dings; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on inner surface of case; End of setting lever bent; Crown worn. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, at setting lever and 11:00. HANDS: Good. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Winding wheels with fine scratches; Ratchet wheel with small spot of oxide, cleaned; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $500 - $600
1165 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., model 1908 "Vanguard" with wind indicator, 16 size, 23 jewels, stem wind and lever set, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, diamond endstone, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws and Ohlson micrometric regulator in a yellow gold filled, screw back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned open face case and Montgomery Arabic numeral, triple sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #19064389, c1915.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Crystal with chips. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light; Minor scratches. HANDS: Hour with a few spots of oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Fine scratches on winding wheels; Winding wheels with spots of oxide; Gouge at bridge screw; Regulator assembly with a few specks of oxide; A few minor spots; Some screws with scratches and specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $450 - $650
1166 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., a lady's "Riverside Maximus" pendant watch, 0 size, 19 jewels, stem wind and set, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, diamond endstone, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws and Church micrometric regulator in a 14 karat, yellow gold, intricately engraved hunting case and Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #14032065, 36.7g TW, c1905.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Front cover lift spring weak; Crown worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Oxide, tip of minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Speck of oxide on one plate screw; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $400 - $500
1167 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., "950", 16 size, 23 jewels, stem wind and pendant set, adjusted, damascened, nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold wheel train and whiplash micrometric regulator in a white gold filled, screw back and bezel open face Hamilton "Railroad Model" case and Arabic numeral, double sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #2504442, c1930.     CASE: Two minor dents, back; Interior of back with marks from dent removal; Minor dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Gold filled with moderate brassing; Crown worn. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, very light, 11:00; Fine scratches. HANDS: A few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches on plate; Haze and minor spotting; Bright work with minor scratches; Regulator assembly with specks of oxide; Balance endstone setting marred; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low balance amplitude; Hairspring requires centering. $400 - $500
1168 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., "992" explorers watch, 16 size, 21 jewels, stem wind and lever set, 5 adjustments, straight line damascened, nickel plate movement with lever escapement, Guillaume style bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws and whiplash micrometric regulator in a silver, screw back, bezel and pendant, open face explorers case and Montgomery Arabic numeral, double sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #1284174, c1920.     CASE: Shows extra case screw mark; Dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Minor oxide. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches and scuffs on plate; Winding wheels with minor scratches; Case screw with spot of oxide; Regulator assembly with minor oxide; Some screws with marred heads; Minor gouging to plate at plate screws; Endstone settings marred. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $400 - $700
1169 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., "992E" with unusual regulation and balance spring, 16 size, 21 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, uncut, monometallic balance with gold timing screws, and balance spring with straight overcoil, studded at the back of the balance cock, and with linear regulator in a nickel, screw back and bezel open face case, luminous Arabic numeral and arrow marker black metal dial, skeletonized luminous hands, serial #2587492, c1930.     CASE: Minor dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Plastic crystal with scratches. DIAL: Dirty; Minor scratches and losses. HANDS: Minor oxidation; Lacking luminous compound. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Winding wheels abraded; Ratchet wheel with minor pitting; Screw heads with minor marring; Escape wheel endstone setting not flush with plate. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). A very unusual balance spring and regulator, and may be an experiment carried out by Hamilton research and development. $400 - $600
1170 Illinois Watch Co., Springfield, Illinois, "Franklin", 12 size, 17 jewels, stem wind and set, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance and whiplash micrometric regulator, in a 14 karat, yellow gold, hinged back and bezel open face case with enamel monogram on back, and Arabic numeral metal dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #3180062, 59g TW, c1920.     CASE: Dents; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Pendant with file marks; Crown replaced; Enamel with minor loss; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Good. HANDS: Minute with oxidation. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Plate with oxidation; Steel with oxidation; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $400 - $500
1171 South Bend Watch Co., South Bend, Indiana, "The Studebaker", grade 229, 16 size, 21 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted to 5 positions and temperature, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws and whiplash micrometric regulator in a yellow gold filled, screw back and bezel, engraved open face case with Arabic numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, plum colored steel spade and poker hands, serial #622655, c1910.     CASE: Minor dings; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Minor scratches on inner surface of case; Bow replaced and with brassing; Crown with wear. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light, 1:00, 3:30. HANDS: Minor oxide and loss to color. MOVEMENT PLATES: Winding wheels and click with specks of oxide; Regulator assembly with specks of oxide; Minor marring to escape wheel endstone setting and to surrounding area. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $400 - $600
1172 Waterbury Watch Co., Waterbury, Conn., Series A rotary long wind, gilt 6 spoke movement with duplex escapement, Roman numeral paper dial, blued steel hands, brass open face case with celluloid back and bezel, c1880     movement running, good gilding, dial good, hour hand replaced, case with brassing, bezel good, back with splits, a four star watch in Gilbert, Engle and Shugart's `Complete Price Guide to Watches`, uncommon, less than 100 made in celluloid case. $400 - $600
1173 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., "Riverside Maximus", 16 size, 23 jewels, stem wind and scarce lever set, adjusted, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, diamond endstone, cut bimetallic balance, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws, gold wheel train and whiplash micrometric regulator in a yellow gold filled, screw back and bezel open face case, and Arabic numeral, double sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade and whip hands, serial #14049244, c1905.     CASE: Shallow dent, back; Dings and pin pricks; Scratches on outer surface of case; Case screw marks on inner surface of case back; Crystal with scratches. DIAL: Fine scratches, otherwise very good. HANDS: Seconds replaced; Minor oxide, tip of minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Steel with minor oxide; Escape wheel endstone setting marred. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). An unusual, and perhaps unique example, as this run of the Riverside Maximus was stem set. $350 - $450
1174 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., "Amn. Watch Co." model 1872, 16 size, 16 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws, gold jewel settings, gold center wheel and Fogg tadpole micrometric regulator in a rose gold filled, hinged back and bezel, reeded edge, engine turned open face case and Arabic numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #1763138, c1885.     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning with moderate wear; Gold filled with minor brassing; Minor scratches on crystal; Crown worn. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light; Chip in enamel concealed by bezel, 4:00. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor spotting; Minor scratches on winding wheels; Minor oxide on winding wheels; Regulator assembly with a few specks of oxide; Center jewel and settin greplaced. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Click not engaging or missing, ticks with pressure on center wheel, setting does not engage reliably. $300 - $400
1175 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., "Appleton, Tracy & Co.", model 1860 with vibrating hairspring stud, 16 size, 15 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in a silver, reeded edge, engine turned hunting case and Roman numeral, single sunk white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #140296, c1865.     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Minor dent; Minor dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Very fine scratches on inner surface of case; Engine turning worn smooth. DIAL: Two small edge flakes. HANDS: Replaced. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor marks and scratches; Minor spotting and discoloration; Dust guard at winding arbor with area of pitting, surface cleaned; Replaced plate screw; Screws with minor loss to blue; Dirty. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Not running, very gummy, balance staff good, overbanked. $300 - $400
1176 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., lady's gold pendant watch, 6/0 size, 15 jewels, stem wind and set, damascened, nickel plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws in a 14 karat, yellow gold, hunting case with monogram on rear cover and Roman numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, single sunk, white enamel dial, blued steel spade hands, serial #10002280, 29.8g TW, c1900.     CASE: Fine scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, 5:00, 11:00. HANDS: Minor oxide, tip of minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Fine scratches on plate; Winding wheels and click with a few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $300 - $400
1177 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., man's 18 size pocket watch with 6 oz silver case, 15 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance in an "Am. Watch Co.", coin silver, engraved hunting case with presentation on cuvette, Roman numeral, single sunk, white enamel dial, and blued steel spade and poker hands, serial #848363, c1875.     CASE: Numerous dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of silver case; Scratches on inner surface of case; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Very good. HANDS: Replaced; Minor oxide and loss to blue. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Haze; Specks of dirt / dust; Oily. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks), low balance amplitude, needs service. $300 - $400
1178 American Waltham Watch Co.,Waltham, Mass., model 1857 "P.S. Bartlett" for T. Bradbury, Paterson, NJ, 18 size, 11 jewels, key wind and set gilt plate movement with lever escapement in a coin silver, engraved hunting case, with Roman numeral white enamel dial, blued steel hands, serial #1869, c1858.     CASE: Dents; Dings and pin pricks; Scratches on outer surface of case; Scratches on inner surface of case; Front cover with gap at band when closed; Bow worn; Pendant worn; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: Hairline in enamel, light, 11:00. HANDS: Mismatched. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Loss to gilding; Bright work with minor oxide; Minor spotting; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $300 - $400
1179 Illinois Watch Co., Springfield, Illinois, "Bunn" type 1, 60 hour pocket watch, 16 size, 19 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted, damascened nickel plate movement with lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance, double roller, gold jewel settings, gold timing screws and whiplash micrometric regulator in a yellow gold filled, screw back and bezel, engraved open face case, Arabic numeral, outer red 5-minute markers, double sunk white enamel dial, plum colored steel spade and whip hands, serial #4598535, c1925.     CASE: Case has housed another movement; Minor dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Engraving with moderate wear; Gold filled with minor brassing; Back with two small etched spots; Plastic crystal; Bow pivot worn, pendant worn; Crown worn. DIAL: Hairlines in enamel, light. HANDS: Oxide, tip of minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Fine scratches on winding wheels; Steel with a few specks of oxide. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks). An unusual 19 jewel variant, having a jewelled motor barrel $300 - $400
1180 Elgin Watch Co., Elgin, Illinois, grade 84, sweep seconds pocket watch, 16 size, 15 jewels, stem wind and lever set, adjusted, damascened, nickel plate movement with lever escapement and cut bimetallic balance in a coin silver, screw back and bezel, open face case, with Roman numeral, outer black 5-minute markers, white enamel dial, blued steel Breguet style hands, serial #1079216, c1885.     CASE: Shallow dents, back; Dings and pin pricks; Minor scratches on outer surface of case; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Bow with minor wear; Precious metal content marked. DIAL: A few minor hairlines at edge, concealed by bezel. HANDS: Minor oxide, tip of minute. MOVEMENT PLATES: Minor scratches on plate; Minor staining and spotting; Regulator with specks of oxide; Specks of dirt / dust. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Not running, broken mainspring, gummy, good staff, needs service; Friction in pendant causing crown to bind intermittently. $250 - $350
1181 Hamilton Watch Co., Lancaster, Penn., "4992B", 16 size, 22 jewels, stem wind and set, adjusted to 6 positions and temperature, straight line damascened nickel plate movement, with hacking sweep seconds, lever escapement, monometallic balance, double roller, gold timing screws and whiplash micrometric regulator in a base metal, screw back and bezel open face case, Arabic numeral, black painted 24 hour "GCT" dial, white painted spade and poker hands, serial #4C142613, with "Memphis ORC" fob     CASE: Dings and pin pricks; Marks and scratches; Fine scratches on inner surface of case; Plastic crystal with scratches. DIAL: A few minor marks and scratches. HANDS: A few chips in paint, hour. MOVEMENT PLATES: A few minor scratches on plate; Ratchet wheel and click with a few faint oxide specks; Regulator with speck of oxide; Loss to blacking in engraving. MOVEMENT FUNCTION: Running order (winds, sets and ticks) . $200 - $300
1182 Two high quality dials for Waltham model 1872 pocket watches     both very good, without chips or hairlines $300 - $400
1183 Pocket watch Boxes- 7 (Seven), including two deck watch boxes, two brass inlaid dresser boxes, a tooled leather dresser box from James McCabe, Royal Exchange, another dresser box from Charles Frodsham, and one other     fair to good $300 - $500
1184 14 karat gold, including men's and lady's watches and cases, three earrings and a ring scrap, 218.6g TW, together with a low karat gold wire lug wrist watch     precious metal content marked, tested $1,300 - $1,500
1185 18 karat gold, including a pocket watch case, 3 lady's watches, a lady's watch case, an earring, and a ring, 94.9g TW     precious metal content marked $900 - $1,100
1186 Large lot of pocket and wrist watch movements and parts, American and Swiss     $300 - $400
1187 Large lot of pocket and wrist watch parts and cases, together with a Croton Automatic wrist watch, and a small group of silver and gold filled pocket watch chains     Croton running $400 - $500
1188 Lot of gold filled scrap, watch bands and cases, approximately 1.5 lb, cases, approximately 1.25 lb. bands     $300 - $400
1189 Pocket watch cases- 36 (Thirty six), silver, gold filled, and nickel, American and European     $300 - $400
1190 Print- large wooden framed image of the Waltham Watch Co. Factory of Waltham, Mass. The subject and location are identified with bronzed raised lettering on birch frame. The lot also includes a Waltham "First American Watchmaker" ashtray by Wedgwood.     the original wooden frame is in original condition and retains some of the bronzed coloring on raised letters. There is water staining on outer edges of print. $150 - $250
1191 Pocket and wrist watches including examples by Smiths, Elgin, Illinois, Waltham, Benrus, Seiko, Croton, South Bend, and others, together with an enameled Buick fob, watch bands, and a Concord Watch Co. for Tiffany & Co., and a gold filled watch chain     9 running $300 - $400
1192 Pocket watch movements, all English fusees, including five with duplex escapements, an F. B. Adams with Savage two pin lever escapement, a Joseph Penlington with lever escapement, unusual plate layout, and Pennington type double L balance, and a Beesley with lever escapement and center seconds     all will tick when wound, would benefit from service $300 - $400
1193 Pocket watch movements, mostly Waltham, including an Appleton, Tracy & Co. model 1859, model 1860s, 1872s, and 1888s, a model 1883 with a very nice O'Hara style dial, and also movements by Columbus, Illinois, Elgin, and Hamilton     $500 - $750
1194 Pocket watch movements- 3 (Three), the first an unusual lever fusee, with center seconds and jumping quarters by James Hoddell, 17 jewel gilt full plate movement with cut bimetallic balance and gold timing screws, Roman numeral white enamel dial, Roman numeral white enamel dial, serial #13910, 45mm, the next a free sprung keyless lever fusee by Dent, gilt movement with cut bimetallic balance, gold timing screws, and helical balance spring, Roman numeral white enamel dial, serial #24408, 40mm, and the last a free sprung lever by Tho. Reynoldson & Son, gilt 3/4 plate movement with cut bimetallic balance and gold timing screws, Arabic numeral white enamel dia with gold hands, serial #26745, 45mm     Hoddell running, Dent and Reynoldson will run with pressure on train $400 - $600
1195 Pocket watch movements- 4 (Four)- The first a pocket chronometer movement marked "Fearn, Cornhill, London", gilt movement with adjustable spring detent, cut bimetallic balance with wedge shaped compensation weights, helical balance spring, white enamel dial and gold hands, the next a duplex by George Yonge, Strand, gilt movement with flat brass balance, white enamel dial and gold hands, an Arnold & Frodsham lever fusee, with cut bimetallic balance, and a Wm. Robinson lever fusee with 5 arm gold balance, compensation curb, and Massey III escapement     Fearn running, Frodsham running, Yonge ticks briefly, Robinson with good staff $400 - $600
1196 Pocket watch movements- 6 (Six), all for the American market, the first a free sprung lever fusee for Samuel Hammond, New York, gilt movement with wind indicator, and cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, Roman numeral white enamel dial, serial #1866, 44mm, the next a lever fusee also for Hammond, gilt movement with reverse fusee and cut bimetallic balance, Roman numeral white enamel dial, serial #1590, 42mm, the next a quarter seconds lever fusee by Tobias, Liverpool, for George Welsh, New York, gilt movement with Liverpool jewelling and five spoke balance, Roman numeral white enamel dial, serial #40621, a Swiss duplex with center seconds for Willard and Hawley, Syracuse, N.Y., gilt bar movement with cut bimetallic balance and steel escape wheel, Roman numeral white enamel dial, serial #10397, and two others     both Hammonds with broken staffs, Tobias running, Willard & Hawley ticks briefly, the others with broken staffs $300 - $400
1197 Pocket watch movements- 17 (Seventeen), mostly English lever fusees, makers including James Hoddell, James Poole, E.S. Yates & Co., Robert Perry, F.B. Adams & Sons, Jeremiah Robbins, and others     for parts $300 - $400
1198 Pocket watch movements- 24 (Twenty Four), mostly Swiss, and including a split seconds chronograph, and makers including Tiffany & Co., Jules Jurgensen, Charles Jacot, Auguste Saltzmann, Borel & Courvoisier, Collier & Co., and others     many with good staffs, some will run $400 - $600
1199 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both 12 size Hamilton, the first a "900", 19 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, 14 karat gold open face case, with mahogany box, serial #1750181, 67.9g TW, the other a "916", 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral silvered dial, gold filled open face case, serial #3125910, with original box and certificate.     both running $500 - $600
1200 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both 16 size Hamilton 4992B, both with 22 jewel damascened nickel movements, one with Arabic numeral silvered dial, black painted spade and poker hands, nickel case, and Hamilton navigation watch cardboard box, serial #4C95855, the other with Canadian 24 hour melamine dial, black painted spade and poker hands, and coin silver case, serial #4C91582     both running $300 - $450
1201 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both 16 size Hamilton, the first a "992B", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral melamine dial, gold filled open face case, serial #C224157, the other a "4992B", 22 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral silvered dial, nickel open face case, serial #4C66100     both running $250 - $350
1202 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both 16 size Illinois "Bunn Special", the first a 60 hour model, 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled, Bunn Special model open face case, serial #5168486, the other with 21 jewel nickel movement, Montgomery Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #3595755     both running $300 - $400
1203 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both 18 size Waltham model 1892, the first a "Vanguard", 23 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #10574672, the other a "Non Magnetic", 17 jewel nickel movement Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #7018249     both running $300 - $400
1204 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both 18 size Waltham model 1892, the first a hunting model "Vanguard", damascened nickel movement marked "21 Ruby Jewels", Arabic numeral white enamel dial, coin silver hunting case, serial #6026009, the other an "Appleton, Tracy & Co.", 17 jewel damascened nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #12673534.     both running $400 - $500
1205 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both 18 size, New York Watch Co., Springfield, Mass., the first a "Theo. E. Studley", 15 jewel gilt key wind and set movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, coin silver hunting case, serial #20808, the other a "John Hancock", 7 jewel gilt key wind and set movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, coin silver hunting case, serial #38022     Studley running, Hancock tries to run, gummy $300 - $400
1206 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both by Non Magnetic Watch Co. of America, the first with 20 jewel damascened nickel movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold filled hunting case, serial #58818, the other with 18 jewel damascened nickel movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, nickel open face case, serial #56989, together with four Non Magnetic watch company movements     watches tick briefly, need service, three movements with good balance staffs. $300 - $400
1207 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both E. Howard series V, L size, 15 jewel gilt plate movements with Coles resilient escapement, now in later cases, serial #50048, 51999     both running $300 - $500
1208 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both English fusees, the first a rack lever by Robert Roskell, 4 jewel gilt movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, sterling silver pair case, serial #23517, the other a cylinder by Wm. Nicol, 4 jewel gilt movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, sterling silver pair case, serial #109     both running $500 - $700
1209 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both Hamilton "992B", 16 size, 21 jewel nickel movements, one with Arabic numeral, white enamel dial, the other with Montgomery Arabic numeral melamine dial, and both with gold filled, open face cases, serial #C450476, C119505     both running $300 - $400
1210 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both Hamilton "992E", Elinvar model, 16 size, 21 jewel nickel movements, Arabic numeral white enamel dials, gold filled open face cases, serial #2638715, 2637949     both running $300 - $400
1211 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both Hamilton 4992B, both with 22 jewel nickel movements, the first with Arabic numeral white enamel dial, the other with Montgomery Arabic numeral painted dial, and both in nickel open face cases, serial #4C42352, 4C68555     both running $300 - $400
1212 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both Hamilton 4992B, both with 22 jewel nickel movements, the first with black 24 hour numeral dial, the other with white 24 hour dial dial, and both in nickel open face cases, serial #4C91148, 4C45387     both running $300 - $400
1213 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both Hamilton 4992B, both with 22 jewel nickel movements, the first with black Arabic numeral dial, the other with Arabic numeral silvered dial, and both in nickel open face cases, serial #4C42241, 4C44658     both running, one lacking hands $300 - $400
1214 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both Howard Keystone, the first a series 3, 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #854337, and a series 9, for George Homer, Boston, 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #78605, together with a partial series 9 movement, a gold filled case with dial, and a Howard watch box with license     both running $300 - $400
1215 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both Swiss pivoted detent pocket chronometers, the first for Langford, 52 Broad Quay, Bristol, fusee movement with cut, bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, helical hairspring, and engraved balance cock, silver engine turned open face case, Roman numeral white enamel dial, the other unsigned, fusee movement with cut bimetallic balance, silver engine turned open face case, Roman numeral white enamel dial     both watches recased, Langford running, the other will run with pressure on the center wheel $500 - $700
1216 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): Both Waltham, the first a 20 size model 1862 "Appleton, Tracy & Co.", 15 jewel gilt movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, coin silver open face case, serial #250018, the other a 10 size model 1861 "P.S. Bartlett", 13 jewel gilt movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, silver hunting case, serial #172638     model 1862 ticks briefly and stops, minor staining on dial, recased, model 1861 running, bezel missing $300 - $450
1217 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): The first a Waltham chronograph, gilt movement with lever escapement, low karat gold open face case, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, serial #3159786, the other by Concord Watch Co., 12 size nickel movement with lever escapement, 14 karat gold swingout case, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, 145.1g TW     both running, chronograph functional, sluggish, precious metal content marked, tested $400 - $500
1218 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): The first an 18 size Elgin, 15 jewel, key wind and set nickel movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, heavy coin silver hunting case, serial #1610651, the other a verge fusee by Bullingford, London, gilt full plate movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial with date display, sterling silver case, serial #6952     Elgin running, pusher missing, Bullingford with broken staff, outer case missing $200 - $300
1219 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): the first an Illinois "Bunn Special", 16 size, 60 hour, 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled, open face "Bunn Special Model 29" case, serial #5176454, the other a Hamilton "972", 16 size, 17 jewel nickel movement, Montgomery Arabic numeral white enamel dial, engine turned, gold filled open face case, serial #1000229     both running $350 - $500
1220 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): The first by Chas. Frodsham, 19 jewel gilt 3/4 movement with free sprung bimetallic balance and gold timing screws, inverted double roller, Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #04228, the other a chronograph by P. & A. Guye, London, 19 jewel gilt 3/4 movement with divided lift, free sprung bimetallic balance and gold timing screws, inverted double roller with tuning fork lever, Roman numeral white enamel dial, now mounted to a wooden block for desk use     Frodsham running, incorrect case, Guye running, chronograph functional, return is sluggish, current mounting does not allow for setting or activation of chronograph, would benefit from service $400 - $600
1221 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): The first England, 15 jewel gilt movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, 9 karat rose gold open face case, the other Swiss for the English market, 13 jewel gilt movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, 8- 9 karat gold hunting case, 197.9g TW     both running, precious metal content marked, tested $800 - $900
1222 Pocket watches- 2 (Two): The first marked "Samuel Hammond, New York", gilt lever movement with cut bimetallic balance and duo in uno balance spring, Roman numeral white enamel dial with wind indicator, incorrect brass hunting case, #284, the other a lady's pocket watch by A.P. Walsh, London, 14 ligne gilt lever movement Roman numeral white enamel dial, incorrect gold filled case, serial #2027     Hammond with broken staff, Walsh running $400 - $600
1223 Pocket watches- 3 (Three) Swiss with animation / decorative dials and base metal, open face cases: (1) Blacksmith pounding hammer on anvil at 6; (2) Attractive woman with moving eyes; (3) Hot air balloon rising over alpine scene     sold "as is". All are ticking. $300 - $450
1224 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): All 12 size, the first an Illinois "Illini", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral silvered dial, 14 karat yellow gold open face case, serial #3649224, 57.9g TW, the next a Hamilton "923", 23 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral silvered dial, gold filled open face case, serial #R1188, and a Howard Keystone, 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral silvered dial, gold filled open face case, serial #1380406     Hamilton and Howard running, Illinois with good balance, gummy, Hamilton lacking crystal, precious metal content marked $600 - $750
1225 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): All 16 size, the first Hamilton "992", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #2641564, the next an Illinois "Bunn Special", 60 hour, 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #5044386, the last an Illinois, 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #2798874     992 and Bunn Special running, 17 jewel with good staff, gummy $300 - $350
1226 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): All Hamilton "992", 16 size, 21 jewel nickel movements, Arabic numeral white enamel dials, gold filled, open face cases, serial #2525650, 2572375, and 2509643     all running $400 - $500
1227 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): All Swiss 8 day, the first a Hebdomas, 15 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral gilt and silvered dial, nickel open face case, the others with identical 15 jewel movements, each with white enamel dial, and nickel case     Hebdomas running, the others with good staffs, movements in need of service $300 - $400
1228 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): All Swiss, the first a pivoted detent pocket chronometer, 19 jewel nickel movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, silver hunting case, the next a pivoted detent pocke chronometer, 19 jewel gilt movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, silver open face case, and a lever pocket watch with helical balance spring, 19 jewel nickel movement, gold filled protective case     all running $350 - $500
1229 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): All Swiss, the first signed "Frederick Mausuy Geneve", displaying two time zones and with center seconds, 11 jewel gilt movement with crab tooth duplex escapement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold plated silver hunting case, the next signed "Simon Geneve", displaying two time zones and dead seconds, two train, 23 jewel, gilt lever movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, brass display case, and an 11 jewel crab tooth duplex by "Bergeon, Locle", also with center seconds, silver open face case Roman numeral white enamel dial,     all running $400 - $500
1230 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): All verge fusees, the first by Samuel Cochran, London, gilt full plate movement with pierced and engraved balance cock, the cock foot and regulator plate also pierced and engraved, sterling silver pair case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1768, and Roman numeral white enamel dial, serial #1216, 51mm, the next by R. Williams, Liverpool, gilt full plate movement with pierced and engraved balance cock, sterling silver pair case with Birmingham hallmark and date letter for the year 1815, and Arabic numeral white enamel dial, serial #4335, 58mm, and the last signed M. Tobias, London, continental style movement with pierced and engraved balance bridge, silver pair case, and Arabic numeral white enamel dial, 58mm     not running, all with good staffs $300 - $400
1231 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): The first a Hamilton 992B, 16 size, 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #C107212, the next an Illinois "Bunn Special", 16 size, 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #4342866, and an Elgin "B.W. Raymond", 16 size, 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #I280819     all running $350 - $450
1232 Pocket watches- 3 (Three): The first by L. Audemars, 21 jewel nickel movement, lever escapement, cut bimetallic balance with helical balance spring, Roman numeral white enamel dial, nickel Hamilton display case, the next a Solvil- Ditisheim, 15 jewel nickel movement with Ditisheim affix balance, Arabic numeral white enamel dial with wind indicator, silver open face case, and a Lancaster Watch Co. "West End" movement only, gilt, 15 jewels, with Roman numeral white enamel dial     Audemars running, Ditisheim with broken staff, Lancaster running $350 - $500
1233 Pocket watches- 4 (Four): All English lever fusees, the first signed "T.F. Cooper, London", gilt, full plate movement with large cut bimetallic balance with gold timing screws, Roman numeral white enamel dial, sterling silver consular case with London hallmark, and date letter for the year 1851, serial #5797, the next by "Robert Perry, Liverpool", gilt, full plate movement with cut bimetallic balance and gold timing screws, Massey III lever escapement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, sterling silver hunting case with London hallmark, and date letter for the year 1856, serial #15230, the third by "Lawton & Co. Liverpool", gilt full plate movement with gold balance, Roman numeral white enamel dial, sterling silver hunting case with London hallmark and date letter for the year 1856, and the last by "Halpern Bros. Manchester", gilt, full plate movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, sterling silver consular case with Chester hallmark, and date letter for the year 1900, serial #85638     Perry running, Cooper ticks briefly, Lawton with good staff $300 - $400
1234 Pocket watches- 4 (Four): All Hamilton, the first an 18 size "936", 17 jewel nickel movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #706, the next a 167 size "992", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, nickel open face case, serial #812535, a 16 size "954", 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #1036501, and a 16 size "4992B", 22 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral 24 hour dial, nickel open face case, serial #4C116933     all running $400 - $500
1235 Pocket watches- 4 (Four): Makers including Elgin and Reliance, 6, 12 & 16 size, together with a 14 karat, white and yellow gold pocket watch chain, 12.2g TW, and a gold filled chain     3 running, the other with good staff, gold chain with wear, gold filled chain with wear and verdigris, precious metal content marked $350 - $450
1236 Pocket watches- 4 (Four): The first an 18 size Illinois "Bunn Special", 21 Ruby Jewels nickel movement, (not marked Bunn Special), Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #1340626, the next an 18 size Illinois "America", 7 jewel gilt movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, coin silver open face case, serial #153663, the third a 16 size Howard Keystone series 11 "Railroad Chronometer", 21 jewel nickel movement, Montgomery Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #1186953, and an Auburndale Timer, nickel movement beating 1/8 seconds, white enamel dial, nickel open face case     all running $450 - $650
1238 Pocket watches- 4 (Four): The first by C. Langschmidt, 11 jewel gilt movement with duplex escapement having separate locking and impulse wheels, Roman numeral white enamel dial, protective nickel display case, the next signed Wm. F. Ladd, New York, 15 jewel gilt movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold plated display case, the third a Swiss two train with independent dead seconds, 35 jewel gilt movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, nickel open face case, and a T. F. Cooper movement only, 13 jewel gilt movement with duplex escapement, silver dial     Langschmidt and Ladd running, two train ticks briefly, Cooper with good staff $400 - $500
1239 Pocket watches- 5 (Five) including an oversize Lonville anti magnetic, Ingersoll Mickey Mouse, an Elgin timer, and others, together with a pedometer and a pocket compass     all watches running $250 - $350
1240 Wrist and Pocket Watches- 5 (Five), including a Lancaster Watch Co. "New Era", wit coin silver hunting case, a Seth Thomas with coin silver open face case, a Girard Perregaux skeletonized pocket watch for the Shell Oil Company, together with Hampden and Gruen wrist watches     pocket watches running, Hampden running, Gruen ticks briefly and minute hand is absent. $350 - $500
1241 Pocket watches- 6 (Six), all Swiss with decorative, repousse cases featuring sporting and other scenes, including bicycling, boar hunting, bobsleigh, rugby, and others     all running $400 - $500
1242 Pocket watches- 6 (Six): All Elgin, 12- 18 size, including a 21 jewel B.W. Raymond with sweep seconds and white enamel dial, three "jitterbug" timers, a 19 jewel B.W. Raymond, and one other     timers running, 19 & 21 jewel Raymonds running, 12 size with good staff $300 - $450
1243 Pocket watches- 6 (Six): All Waltham 18 size model 1883, 7- 17 jewel movements, one marked "Non Magnetic", white enamel dials, silver and nickel cases     three running, two with good staffs, one missing balance and balance cock $300 - $400
1244 Pocket watches- 6 (Six): All Waltham, the first a 16 size model 1888 "A.W.W. Co. Riverside", 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #6985669, the next 16 size model 1888 "A.W.W. Co. Riverside", 15 jewel nickel movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, coin silver open face case, serial #3574968, the third a 16 size model 1908, 17 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #19053623, the fourth an 18 size model 1883, 15 jewel gilt movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, coin silver open face case, serial #6537378, the next a model 1892 "American Waltham Watch Co. Riverside" movement only, 17 jewel nickel movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, serial #7005725, and a model 1870 "Crescent St", 15 jewel gilt movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, nickel open face case, serial #554648     four running, model 1870 ticks briefly, the last with good staff $300 - $400
1245 Pocket watches- 6 (Six): Including two Illinois, one 16 size with two tone movement and in an Illinois display case, an 18 size Seth Thomas, and three Hamilton, one 993, a 920, and a 910     three running, two others with good staffs $300 - $400
1246 Pocket watches- 6 (Six): The first an 18 size Waltham "Crescent St.", 15 jewel nickel movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold filled hunting case, serial #4378277, the next a 16 size Elgin "B.W. Raymond", 21 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #S555421, a 16 size "Burlington Special", 19 jewel nickel movement, Arabic numeral white enamel dial, nickel open face case, serial #2210392, a 12 size Howard Keystone, 17 jewel nickel movement, Roman numeral white enamel dial, gold filled open face case, serial #1241103, a 10 size, 17 jewel Howard Keystone, and a Hamilton 912, 12 size 17 jewel with rotating seconds. together with a walnut pocket watch display case     3 running, the others with good staffs, Burlington case back missing, display case good $400 - $500
1247 Pocket watches- 7 (Seven): 12- 16 size, by Illinois, Gruen, South Bend, and Howard, 11- 21 jewel movements, Arabic numeral metal and enamel dials, nickel and gold filled open face cases     all running $350 - $450
1248 Pocket watches- 7 (Seven): 18 and 16 size, by Elgin, South Bend, Illinois, Waltham, and Columbus, 15- 21 jewel movements, Arabic and Roman numeral white enamel dials, nickel and gold filled open face cases     all running $350 - $450
1249 Pocket watches- 7 (Seven): All Swiss, and including a 15 jewel with Robin escapement, a 21 jewel with day and date indication, a 21 jewel with gold train for John Hay, Rochester, N.Y., a Droz & Perret, a 10 jewel cylinder with demi hunter case for A. H. Rodanet, and two others     three running, including Robin, Hay, and day/ date, Rodanet ticks briefly $400 - $600
1250 Pocket watches- 8 (Eight): 16 and 18 size Waltham, models 1883, 1888 & 1892, 7- 21 jewel movements, white enamel dials, silver, silveroid, and gold filled cases     four running, the others with good staffs $400 - $600
1251 Pocket watches- 8 (Eight): All 12 size Illinois, 11- 17 jewel movements, Arabic and Roman numeral enamel and metal dials, nickel and gold filled open face cases     6 running, the others with good staffs $300 - $400
1252 Pocket watches- 8 (Eight): All 12 size Illinois, 17- 21 jewel movements, Arabic numeral metal and enamel dials, nickel and gold filled open face cases     4 running, 3 others with good staffs $300 - $400
1253 Pocket watches- 8 (Eight): All 18 size, makers including Waltham, Illinois, Elgin, and Hampden, 7- 15 jewel movements, white enamel dials, nickel, gold filled and silver hunting and open face cases     two running, the others with good staffs $300 - $400
1254 Pocket watches- 8 (Eight): All12 size, seven Illinois and one South Bend, 17- 21 jewel nickel movements, Arabic numeral metal dials, gold filled open face cases     6 running, the others with good staffs, one lacking crystal $300 - $400
1255 Pocket watches- 8 (Eight): Including Non Magnetic Watch Co., John Hyde, James Brindle, and others, fusee and going barrel movements, one with parachute shock protection and compensation curb, nickel, silver, and gold filled cases     five running, the others with good staffs $300 - $400
1256 Pocket watches- 8 (Eight): Makers including Elgin, Bucherer, Seraph, and others, lever and cylinder escapements, one quartz alarm, together with a hand puller, poising tool, and five character wrist watches including Babe Ruth, Gene Autry, and Mickey Mouse     3 pocket and two wrist watches running, tools fair to good $350 - $450
1257 Pocket watches- 9 (Nine): 16- 18 size, makers including Waltham, Illinois, Elgin, 7- 15 jewel movements, white enamel dials, nickel, gold filled and silver hunting and open face cases     5 running, the others with good staffs $300 - $400
1258 Pocket watches- 9 (Nine): All 12 size Illinois, 17- 19 jewel movements, Arabic and Roman numeral metal dials, gold filled open face cases     5 running, the others with good staffs $300 - $400
1259 Pocket watches- 9 (Nine): All 17 jewel, 12 size, Illinois and Hamilton, Arabic and Roman numeral metal and white enamel dials, gold filled open face cases     8 running, the other with good staff $300 - $400
1260 Pocket watches- 10 (Ten): All dollar watches with boxes, including Pocket Ben, Ingersoll Junior, Ingersoll Yankee, Ingersoll Midget Radiolite, Westclox Dax, and others, together with a boxed Ingersoll wrist watch     4 running, 5 with good staffs $200 - $300
1261 Pocket watches and cases- 12 (Twelve): Including four English lever fusees in sterling cases, three American 18 size coin silver keywind cases, two 18 size nickel cases, and more     for parts $300 - $400
1262 Pocket watches- 12 (Twelve): All 12 size, makers including Waltham, Illinois, Elgin, 7- 17 jewel movements, white enamel and metal dials, nickel and gold filled open face cases     three running, many others with good staffs $300 - $400
1263 Pocket watches- 12 (Twelve): Including 12 and 16 size Illinois, Waltham, Elgin, South Bend, and others, 7- 21 jewel movements, Arabic numeral enamel and metal dials, nickel and gold filled open face cases, and a Waltham quartz     10 running $300 - $400
1264 Pocket watches- 14 (Fourteen): By Bulova Longines, Wittnauer and Union, 10 & 12 size, 7- 21 jewel movements, all with metal dials, and gold filled or nickel open face cases     9 running, 2 others with good staffs $300 - $400
1265 Pocket watches- 14 (Fourteen): Makers including Waterbury and New York Standard, an unusual Swiss watch fitted with Elgin winding and setting parts, English levers by Graves and Kurton, and others     6 running $300 - $400
1266 Pocket watches- 26 (Twenty six): All Swiss, 0- 15 jewels, with lever and cylinder escapements, including a Tiffany & Co.,chronograph, a Majestic 8 day travel clock, and a Bailey Banks & Biddle pendant watch     $300 - $400
1267 Pocket watches- 27 (Twenty seven): 16, 12, 6, and 0 size, makers including Waltham, Illinois, Elgin, Hampden, and others, 7- 15 jewel movements, metal and white enamel dials, nickel and gold filled hunting and open face cases     6 running, 11 others with good staffs $300 - $400