Antique Clock, Watch & Jewelry Auction

Saturday, October 29th at 1pm Watches, Lots 1 - 197
Preview Begins at 9am
Saturday, October 29th at 4pm Clocks, Lots 198 - 396
Preview Begins at 12pm

Sunday, October 30th at 10am Clocks, Lots 397 - 688
Preview Begins at 8am

No Sales Tax in New Hampshire, Buyer's premium 15%, less 2.5% for cash or check.

Bob bought his first clock at Schmidt's Antiques in Ypsilanti Michigan in 1968, and has been an avid enthusiast, collecting both clocks and pocket watches since. He moved from California to New England in 1985, bringing along his auction business. With the help of long time friends, Alex Szczerbin, Tom Manning and Chris Bailey, we have experienced a tremendous growth in auction sales of all time keeping devices. In 2009, Daniel Horan, a young watch and clock collector  with 10 years experience in the horological auction field was asked to join the ranks and has brought a new and exciting element to the business.  Starting in the fall of 1995, Ron Price created a website, which likewise has grown, and now is home to most of our sales archives in fully searchable form. NEW, see on-line archives under the SEARCH tab above. Our antique auctions specialize in clocks, watches, music boxes, and scientific instruments, and we cater to international collectors in those fields. We have been serving this crowd with semi-annual catalog auctions for 30 years.

Our catalogs offer detailed descriptions and pictures as well as a condition reports for all goods offered. The catalogs are excellent permanent records for your library. You can reserve a copy for the next auction as well as purchase catalogs of past auctions for your reference library. See hard copy catalog page for ordering information. . Print out low-res copies from your search results, or order a high res catalog for your library. Catalogs include a full price list {hammer prices}.