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‘Liberty’ Style Mantel Clock

This is such and attractive little clock. The dial is white with Roman Numberals, the outer edge of the dial has deep red Arabic minutes at the quarters. The slender hands are blued steel. The case is made from hammered copper which has then been silver plated. It stands on splendid 'Bun' feet with a little decoration above and then a small oval motif on the center line of the base. It really does need to be seen in 'real life' to fully appreciate. There are a couple of tiny marks on the glass but you have to be very close to see them.

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Zenith Light Oak Wall Clock

A twist on the traditional dial clock. This timepiece was made by Zenith and features a superb quality Swiss, 18 day movement with a center winding position and very domed solid light Oak dial. This example is roughly 12" size and has the addition of a 24hr dial with the 12 hr chapter ring. Mainly Heals retailed these clocks (timepieces) from the 1930's to 1960's and they have become quite collectable in recent years. With gilt brass numerals and hands.

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Calderwood 10 Inch Wall Clock

A true 'Mayfair' timepiece and a slightly smaller example than the traditional 12" dial makes it rather more attractive. The case is a pleasing figured mahogany with a convex lower section and door to the trunk held with a lock and key. Side door held with a traditional latch and bezel too. The 10" dial bears the name of Calderwood , Ecclestone Street, Eaton Square (London). He is recorded working in London from 1869-1881 in Watch & Clockmakers of the world VOL2. The very high quality chain fusee movement is now fully overhauled and sold with a 24 month guarantee. Please try and visit us to view this clock, it is really is a little gem!

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Early Rolex Explorer

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Brock – Henri Jacot Carriage Clock

A large carriage clock in a gilt 'gorge' case which was retailed by Brock of 218 George Street and Portman Square, London. Brock was a retailer of very high quality clocks of the period - mid to late Victorian, and this clock dates to around 1870 and has the oval stamp between the plates showing Jacot's 1855 and 1862 Medaille Exp' Uni'. The dial is free of chips or hairlines. The beautiful movement has now been fully overhauled and strikes the hour on a bell with one blow of the bell for the half hours. The silvered Jewelled lever escapement has a 18000 beat count per hour, with fine 'Moon' or Breguet style hands. If you are looking for a reasonably priced and fully restored Henri Jacot produced carriage clock with low serial number (751) this could be the right clock!

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Thurlow of Ryde

An unusual and unique 19th century mahogany fusee timepiece wall clock by Thurlow, Ryde. The face is unique in that it is polished mahogany with a studded minute track border and with gilt metal Roman numerals. The cast brass bezel is secured with a latch and fitted with thick beveled glass. Henry Thurlow is listed in the 1881 census as a watchmaker at 55 Union Street, Ryde, Isle of Wight. His father Edward Thurlow was also a watchmaker and jeweller at 54 and 55 Union Street. The high quality fusee movement is fully serviced and guaranteed for 24 months.

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Benjamin Lautier , Bath

A good early 12" convex dial wall clock with a high quality fusee movement , convex lower door held with a latch and side door also latched. The dial signed by Lautier of Bath.The case is constructed of early straight grain Mahogany, the profile of the surround is quite detailed and one of the best we have seen. Benjamin Lautier is listed working from 1790 to 1846. This clock would have been made around 1840. Quite an expensive clock back then and represents a good investment now.

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Large Zenith Wall Clock in Oak

A twist on the traditional dial clock. This timepiece was made by Zenith and features a superb quality Swiss,18 day movement with a center winding position and very domed solid Oak dial. It's worth noting that this one is in absolutely excellent condition and has a good colour. This example in Oak and roughly 12 size has the addition of a smaller 24hr dial with the 12 hr chapter ring. Heals retailed this clock from the 1930's to 1960's and has become quite collectable in recent years. With gilt brass numerals and hands.

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Zenith Heals Wall clock

A twist on the traditional dial clock . This timepiece was made by Zenith and features a superb quality Swiss 18 day movement with a center winding position and very domed Oak dial. This example is roughly 12" size . Heals retailed this clock from the 1930's and has become quite collectable in recent years . With Chromed brass numerals and hands .

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Rare – 8 Inch Convex Dial Clock

Here we have an exceptionally pretty wall clock of small proportions in mahogany with a superb quality round shape fusee movement which was quite unusual for the period. The dial is signed W.Young of Pentonville. In both editions of Watch and Clockmakers of the World, William Young is listed as working from and around 1820. We would date this clock closer to 1830, but certainly around that late Regency period. It has attractive and simple brass inlays to the small 'drop ' or 'trunk', a locking lower door, convex glass and will run for a week on a single wind. Interestingly the movement is stamped to front plate by Hampson & Sons, London who would have supplied the high quality parts to make the clock - they are also listed as Clock & Hand Makers circa 1828. Quite a rare clock. Sold with a full 24 month guarantee

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Henry Marc Mantel Clock

A fine Mantel clock with a 'silk suspension' and carry handle. These clock were know in France as the 'Pendule Portative' or Campaign Clock. The case of this clock is constructed of Oak and has Rosewood veneers with fancy boxwood inlays and ebonised details. The bezel and handle are cast brass and show signs of the original gilding. The clocks 'face' or dial is white vitreous enamel with Roman numerals and the makers name, the dial is perfect with no hairlines , cracks or chips. The hands are the original design, popular around the mid 19th Century. The top shows a small lenticle to view the movement and the back has a latched, lift out door. The clock is shown fully restored. We have completely overhauled the clock and it is sold with a 24 Month Guarantee in writing. This is a very attractive and small mantel clock in wonderful condition and by a very well known and respected clock maker Henry Marc, his company produced high quality clocks throughout the 19th Century and often are portable small clocks. We would rather not ship this clock and would prefer collection in-store

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Lenzkirch Mantel Clock

A very attractive quarter striking mantel clock with ormolu decorations on a very well figured Burr Walnut case. The full brass dial shows gilded Spandrels and the silvered Chapter ring. A Fleur de lys Hour hand, matted dial center and bevelled silvered 'sight'. If you know your German clocks, you will know that Lenzkirch Clockmakers were based in Lenzkirch the Municipality in the German Black Forest and are regarded as the very best quality. Take a scroll through the pictures to see how wonderful this clock is. It has also been priced to sell quickly !

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Robert Coats, Hamilton.

A fine Scottish longcase clock by Robert Coats of Hamilton. This clock shows an impressive full brass and silvered dial with an engraved boss to the arch. A finely engraved chapter ring, matted centre and calendar aperture with scalloped seconds dial. A good quality and substantial 8 day duration movement which strikes the hour on a bell. A superb 'Flame' mahogany case with the classic long trunk door. Fully overhauled and is sold with a 12 month Guarantee. Delivery and set up free of charge within 30 miles of our shop. A fine well proportioned longcase.

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Benjamin Maud London

Every now then a longcase takes my breath away! This longcase by Benjamin Maud of London has 'perhaps' the very best dial layout we have seen. The makers name is engraved on an arched shaped piece of Silvered brass which meets the chapter ring and has the strike - silent subdial within. This is then surrounded by unique shaped spandrels. The quality and design is absolutely the best. The dial would have been produced and engraved for the Clockmaker Mr Benjamin Maud by equally skilled dial makers and gravers. The 8 day duration, Bell striking movement features the silent option. It has a lovely pair of brass cased weights and brass pendulum Bob as you would expect. The cabinet is a mellowed 'toffee' mahogany with good grain - flame to the trunk door with canted fluted columns and brass reeding. Benjamin Maud is recorded as freed of the The Clockmakers Company in the 1780's. The clock can be delivered locally and set up with a 20mile radius of the shop. If you live further afield we will have to charge a delivery fee as the clock is already very reasonably priced ! Sold with a full 2 year guarantee.

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Marine Chronometer by R.A.Jones

A local chronometer for us, R.A. Jones & Son of Southend-on-Sea were the local jewelers and clock and watch retailers. This chronometer was probably supplied to a large yacht around the 1890s. It features the classic 3-tier mahogany case, brass bound with handles, latched lid and lock and key. The chronometer with the classic gimbaled support, allowing the clock to be reversed to be wound by the ratcheting chronometer key. The dial showing roman numerals, up down indicator, and seconds dial. The chronometer movement has the spring detent, jeweled escapement and is keeping excellent time, as you would expect from a marine chronometer. Sold with a 12 month UK guarantee.

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Grande Sonnerie with Case

A fine 'Grande Sonnerie' carriage clock in a gilt gorge case with a White enamel dial and bevelled Silvered sight ring. This clock has been fully restored, which involved a complete disassembly, 3 stage clean and polish, assembly, test and regulation. The clock is stamped 22495 which could be attributed to Henri Jacot. This fine clock also retains the original large Silvered platform and jeweled lever escapement. Grande sonnerie striking, petite sonnerie and fully silent if you wish. The push repeat button to repeat the last hour and quarter. Thick bevelled White glass panels to all sides. A chime selection lever to the base. Circa 1900.

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William Comyns Silver Timepiece

A large size solid Silver carriage timepiece with an 8 Day movement and enamel dial. The case is stamped with the hallmark of William Comyns of Beak Street, London. They were famous Silversmiths and this piece was made in 1898 with the letter c.

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Silver Carriage Timepiece, JTC.

A very attractive, polished solid Silver, petite timepiece made in 1913 with Hallmarks for Charles Guignard a London Silversmith and importer of clocks and watches from France and Switzerland. Stamped to the movement JTC for the Geneva Watch Co and numbered 56229 who were fine makers and produced a range of exquisite clocks, watches and timepieces. Sold with a full 12 month R.T.B Guarantee.

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Gustave Sandoz, G’Sonnerie, Alarm

A fine and large 'Grande Sonnerie' carriage clock in a gilt gorge case with a gilt engine turned, masked White enamel dial, fine Roman numerals and unusually Romans for the alarm dial. Push repeat and striking on two tuned gongs. The clock is signed on spine of the back plate Gustave Sandoz eleve de Breguet, 147-148 Palais Royal, Paris. G.Sandoz was established in Paris in 1865 and his son Gustave Roger Sandoz joined him aRound 1890. Gustave Senior was a Student of Breguet. The clock retains the original large Silvered platform and jeweled lever escapement which is also unusual and again very high quality. Number stamped 8152. Grande sonnerie striking or petite sonnerie and fully silent if you wish. The push repeat button to repeat the last hour and quarter. Thick bevelled glass panels to all sides and with a chime selection lever to the base. Circa 1870-90. The outer leather covered case it is supplied with is not the original but is a good fit and contemporary to the clock.

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Dixon et Fils a Paris, Raingo.

A fine and early carriage clock. The case is constructed as ' multi-piece' case with solid rear door and early handle design. The original and unusual jeweled lever, platform escapement is superb and untouched. The clock is 'countwheel' striking on a bell and can be left silent (if you do not wind the strike side). The Silvered dial showing Roman numerals and true Breguet hands. The bevelled glass to all sides are perfect. The clock is stamped Dixon et Fils and the plates are stamped with a small stamp for Raingo Freres established in 1813. we would date this clock to aRound 1820-30. This is a very original, rare and early carriage clock that would appeal to the collector or investor.

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Cartier XL Roadster

An excellent condition pre-owned stainless steel automatic movement 47mm X 43mm Cartier Roadster XL Chronograph (W62020X6) featuring a black dial housing black sub-dials with the classic Cartier Roman numeral hour markers. Cyclops date aperture at 3 O'clock on a stainless steel Cartier Roadster bracelet. This particular watch comes with two unused straps, both Cartier, one leather, one Canvas style and the Cartier buckle to fit. Complete with its large Cartier box and paperwork being originally supplied as new in 2003. The Watch has just had a full overhaul / service and can be described as near mint with no visible signs of wear. A very good limited edition Watch, Box and Three straps.

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System Glashutte

A fine Swiss 14k pocket watch by Glashutte, Keyless, full hunter design with very high quality engine turned case. Hall marked throughout. Large jewels help make this a very attractive movement and with an attractive regulation lever. The dial shows Arabic numerals with gold minute markers and fine filigree hands.

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1962 Omega Speedmaster Watch

A good example of the classic early Omega speedmaster measuring 40mm across, without the winding crown. A solid stainless steel case with straight lugs, shown with 'decimal bezel'. The service dial shows good colour of the lume. The original crystal has the small thin logo. The watch is in very good order throughout having just had a full overhaul. Presented on a black leather strap, with old Omega box and outer card box. Manual wind, Cal-321.