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[Sotheby's]: The Willard H. Wheeler Collection of Watches
O/P. 98 lots, some illustrated. An important collection of pocket watches and automata formed by Willard H. Wheeler between 1880 and 1920. Good copy, with sheet of prices realised, card covers. [Sale @ London 16/10/1961] (Ref: A302)

Price: 8.00

[Sotheby's]: An Important Collection of Gold Snuff Boxes, Watches and Objects of Vertu, The Property of Sir A. Chester Beatty Part 1 only
O/P. 171 lots, many illustrated some in colour. Good copy, with list of prices realised, card covers. [Sale @ London 03/12/1962] (Ref: A311)

Price: 6.00

[Sotheby's]: Important Clocks, English Pottery, Rugs and Carpets, and Fine English Furniture
O/P. 307 lots, including 93 lots of clocks, some illustrated. Longcase clocks by Quare, Quare & Horseman, Windmills, Gould and Tompion. Bracket clocks by Tompion, Henry Jones, Claudius DuChesne and Markwick Markham Borrell, plus a rare table chronometer in an unusual decorative case by James Tregent. Good copy, card covers. [Sale @ London, 30 & 31/01/1964] (Ref: A328)

Price: 5.00

[Sotheby's]: Good Clocks, Scientific Instruments and Watches
O/P. 154 lots, some illustrated. Interesting clocks by Quare, Knibb, Thomas Lister, Mudge, and Graham. Good copy, a few annotations to text, card covers. [Sale @ London 22/03/1976] (Ref: A331)

Price: 4.00

[Sotheby's]: The Edward Hornby Collection of Rare and Important Watches [London 01/12/1978]

[Sotheby's]: The Edward Hornby Collection of Rare and Important Watches
O/P. 80 lots, many illustrated in colour. Fine pocket watches including examples by Edward East, Breguet, Tompion, Graham and John Arnold. Good copy, a few annotations in text, card covers. [Sale @ London 01/12/1978] (Ref: A306)

Price: 9.00

[Sotheby's]: Watches the Property of Dr J. Bruce Williamson, M.A.
O/P. 195 lots, some illustrated. French and English pocket watches including chronometers by Barraud and Arnold & Son. Good copy, a few annotations in text, card covers. [Sale @ London 27/11/1980] (Ref: A307)

Price: 5.00

[Sotheby's]: Scientific and Medical Instruments, Cameras and Nautical Works of Art
O/P. 220 lots, many illustrated. Interesting sundials, a George Adams microscope, a fine casket of drawing instruments by Thomas Heath and several prisoner-of-war ship models. Good copy, card covers. [Sale @ London 19/10/1982] (Ref: A308)

Price: 4.00

[Sotheby's]: Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Clocks, Watches and Wristwatches
O/P. 232 lots, some illustrated. A good selection of items. Good copy, some annotations to text, card covers. [Sale @ London 20/01/1983] (Ref: A357)

Price: 4.00

[Sotheby's]: Scientific and Medical Instruments, Optical Amusements, Cameras, Paperknives and Auctioneer's Gavels
O/P. 224 lots, many illustrated. Good copy, card covers. [Sale @ London 08/02/1983] (Ref: A309)

Price: 4.00

[Sotheby's]: Barometers, Clocks and Watches
O/P. 527 lots, some illustrated. A wide range of English and French clocks and a good selection of inexpensive watches. Good copy, card covers. [Sale @ London 25/07/1985] (Ref: A149)

Price: 3.00

[Sotheby's]: Clocks, Barometers, Watches and Wristwatches
O/P. 394 lots, some illustrated. Stars of the sale were an early provincial longcase clock by Thomas Deale of Ashford (Kent), a Fromanteel longcase and a John Knibb (Oxford) longcase. Also of great interest was a Dutch pendulum timepiece by Jan v. Call dated 1657. Good copy, a few annotations in text, card covers. [Sale @ London 16/10/1986] (Ref: A94)

Price: 4.00

[Sotheby's]: Instruments of Science and Technology 1600 - 1900
O/P. 205 lots, many illustrated. Top lots of the sale were an English kaleidoscope by W. Leigh circa 1830, a gilt brass gunners level by Tobias Volckmer dated 1615 and a gunners level by Paulus Reinman dated 1600. Good copy, card covers. [Sale @ London 10/03/1987] (Ref: A99)

Price: 4.00

[Sotheby's]: Fine Instruments of Science and Technology 1600 - 1950
O/P. 273 lots, many illustrated. The sale had a good selection of microscopes, telescopes and navigation instruments but the top lot was a rare French graphometer by Danfrie from circa 1600. Good copy, card covers. [Sale @ London 23/06/1987] (Ref: A123)

Price: 4.00

[Sotheby's]: Important Clocks, Watches, Wristwatches and Barometers
O/P. 410 lots, many illustrated. Fine marquetry longcase clocks by Charles Gretton and Thomas Harris of London and another by Fromanteel of Amsterdam. The sale also included an early Dutch table clock dating from circa 1665 and some fine English and French carriage clocks. Good copy, a few annotations in text, card covers. [Sale @ London 22/10/1987] (Ref: A126)

Price: 4.00

[Sotheby's]: The Refectory, Milford, Godalming, Surrey
O/P. 693 lots, many illustrated. A house sale with some good English furniture, bracket clocks and longcase clocks including Thomas Tompion No. 162 - a mulberry wood month-going longcase. Good copy, card covers. [Sale @ London 27 & 28/06/1988] (Ref: A124)

Price: 4.00

[Sotheby's]: Clocks, Watches, Wristwatches and Barometers
O/P. 414 lots, many illustrated. This sale included a wide range of English bracket clocks including a musical and Dutch striking example by Roger Dunster. Good copy, card covers. [Sale @ London 19/07/1988] (Ref: A127)

Price: 4.00

[Sotheby's]: Important Clocks, Watches, Barometers and Scientific Instruments
O/P. 463 lots, many illustrated. The discovery of the sale was the important astronomical and musical pedestal clock by Henry Jenkins of London, previously only known from an illustration in Jenkins' book published in 1778. The sale also included early English clocks by Knottesford, Gould, Knibb, Tompion and Fromanteel. Good copy, card covers. [Sale @ London 03/10/1991] (Ref: A407)

Price: 4.00

[Sotheby's]: The Joseph M. Meraux Collection of Rare and Unusual Clocks
O/P. The auction catalogue for this famous collection containing 500 items, most of them illustrated. The sale was held in New York on 28 June 1993. Many of the clocks were French dating from the 19th century but the collection also included clocks from other European countries as well as from America. Very good copy, card covers. [Sale @ New York 28/06/1993] (Ref: A233)

Price: 15.00

[Sotheby's]: Important Watches, Wristwatches and Clocks including Clocks from the Joseph M. meraux Collection
O/P. 505 lots, most illustrated in colour. Card covers. [Sale @ New York 26/10/1993] (Ref: A313)

Price: 4.00

[Sotheby's]: Clocks, Watches, Wristwatches and Barometers
O/P. 314 lots, most illustrated in colour. Highlights of the sale were a month going longcase regulator by Thomas Earnshaw and a pocket chronometer used by Captain Bligh on his second voyage to the West Indies and Tahiti. Good copy, card covers. [Sale @ London 16/12/1993] (Ref: A27)

Price: 4.00


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