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Snelling (R.F.S.) editor: The Horological Directory 1996/7
O/P. 99 pages, 1996. A useful (but a bit out of date) source for British amateur and professional horologists to find contact details of dealers, restorers, suppliers, museums etc. Section 1 lists all the businesses in the directory, section 2 lists all current watch and clock brands by name with manufacturer and distributor, section 3 lists about 230 services available from the businesses listed in section 1, sections 4, 5 and 6 list Trade Associations, Training Courses and Museums respectively. Card covers, spiral bound. (Ref: K3738 - BX6)

Price: 9.00

Snow (G.): Reference Book of Ithaca Calendar Clcoks
O/P. 59 pages, illustrated, no date. A small book reproducing text and illustrations from a catalogue of the Ithaca Calendar Clock Company. Very good copy, card covers. (Ref: K1814 - G7)

Price: 10.00

Snyder (L.J.): Eye of the Beholder: Johannes Vermeer, Antoni van Leeuwenhoek and the Reinvention of Seeing
O/P. 432 pages, 16 plates, 2015. The invention of lenses, the camera obscura and the simple microscope enabled artists and scientists to explore the natural world, Vermeer created detailed paintings and Leeuenhoek was able to see things never seen before. Very good copy with very good dust jacket. (0.93 kg) TC10
(Ref: K4679 - TC10)

Price: 9.00

Sobel (D.): Longitude
O/P. 184 pages, 1996. The true story of a lone genius (John Harrison) who solved the greatest scientific problem of his time. This book needs no introduction from me, it has sold millions of copies. A very good copy of the hardback edition, with very good dust jacket. (Ref: K1201 - N1)

Price: 8.00

Sobel (D.) & Andrewes (W.J.H.): The Illustrated Longitude
O/P. 216 pages, illustrated, 1998. The true story of a lone genius (John Harrison) who solved the greatest scientific problem of his time. This book needs no introduction from me, it has sold millions of copies. A very good copy of the hardback edition, with very good dust jacket. (Ref: K2411 - H6)

Price: 10.00

Socit D'Horlogerie De Langendorf (Suisse): Sales Catalogue for 1914
O/P. 23 pages, illustrated, no date. A sales catalogue, of pocket watches and wristwatches, for this Swiss company with a separate 8-page price list (in Lira) dated June 1914. Catalogue in good condition (small tear to card covers), the price list also good but half of final page is missing. [Italian language] (Ref: K3273 - BX16)

Price: 25.00

[Socit Jersiaise]: Jersey Names on Long-Case Clocks
O/P. 4 pages, 1980. A listing of Jersey clockmakers in a small museum booklet with the title The Jersey kitchen (La Tchuîsinne Jèrriaise). Very good copy, card covers. (Ref: K5071 - BX5)

Price: 9.00

Somerville (A. R.): The Ancient Sundials of Scotland

Somerville (A. R.): The Ancient Sundials of Scotland
NEW. [36 pages], 17 illustrations, plus 104 page catalogue of Scottish sundials, 1994. This interesting book reprints a paper, which originally appeared in a learned journal, detailing the 'Renaissance' sundials in Scotland. The dials date from the 17th and early 18th centuries and are free standing stone sculptures; the list includes examples still in existence as well as those known only from records. The catalogue describes each dial and gives its location. Card covers. (Ref: N1303)
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Price: 11.00

[Sotheby's]: An Important Collection of Gold Snuff Boxes, Watches and Objects of Vertu, The Property of Sir A. Chester Beatty Parts 1 & 2
O/P. 2 catalogues, a two part sale, 341 lots in total, many illustrated some in colour. Very good copies, card covers. [Sale @ London 03/12/1962 & 17/06/1963] (Ref: A304)

Price: 15.00

[Sotheby's]: Masterpieces from the Time Museum Part Two
O/P. 218 lots, all illustrated in colour. A catalogue full of rare and magnificent clocks and watches from around the world. A very good copy, card covers. [Sale @ New York 19/06/2002 ] (Ref: A150)

Price: 35.00

[Sotheby's]: Masterpieces from the Time Museum part 4 Volumes 1, 2 & 3  [New York 13, 14 & 15/10/2004]

[Sotheby's]: Masterpieces from the Time Museum part 4 Volumes 1, 2 & 3
O/P. The closure of the Time Museum and the dispersal of its collections at Sotheby's in 2004 has left us with 3 excellent and important catalogues as a permanent memorial.
Volume 1: 116 lots, all illustrated in colour. This catalogue of the European clocks and watches includes a wooden longcase regulator by John 'longitude 'Harrison, several watches by Breguet, an early pendulum timepiece by Salomon Coster and a renassance table clock by Hans Gruber.
Volume 2: 196 lots, all illustrated in colour. This catalogue of the chronometers and scientific instruments includes a replica of Harrison's 'H1', Mudge Green, and chronometers by Arnold, Earnshaw, Margetts, Pennington, Kullberg and Loseby. Also in the catalogue are 3 items made by Anthony Randall for the collection plus a chronometer with 4 differential linked movements. The scientific instruments, all related to time, include examples from Persia, the Ottoman Empire, India, Japan and China as well as Europe and America.
Volume 3: 815 lots, all illustrated in colour. This catalogue of the clocks and watches includes many American examples plus the electric timepieces, the wristwatches, a re-construction of the Astrarium built by Giovanni de Dondi and a Shortt Synchronome astronomical regulator.
The 3 volumes (all with card covers), all in very good condition. [Sale @ New York 13, 14 & 15/10/2004]

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(Ref: A427)
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Price: 110.00
[Sotheby's]: Masterpieces from the Time Museum part 4 Volumes 1, 2 & 3 & slip case [New York 13, 14 & 15/10/2004]

[Sotheby's]: Masterpieces from the Time Museum part 4 Volumes 1, 2 & 3 and slipcase
O/P. The closure of the Time Museum and the dispersal of its collections at Sotheby's in 2004 has left us with 3 excellent and important catalogues as a permanent memorial.
Volume 1: 116 lots, all illustrated in colour. This catalogue of the European clocks and watches includes a wooden longcase regulator by John 'longitude 'Harrison, several watches by Breguet, an early pendulum timepiece by Salomon Coster and a renassance table clock by Hans Gruber.
Volume 2: 196 lots, all illustrated in colour. This catalogue of the chronometers and scientific instruments includes a replica of Harrison's 'H1', Mudge Green, and chronometers by Arnold, Earnshaw, Margetts, Pennington, Kullberg and Loseby. Also in the catalogue are 3 items made by Anthony Randall for the collection plus a chronometer with 4 differential linked movements. The scientific instruments, all related to time, include examples from Persia, the Ottoman Empire, India, Japan and China as well as Europe and America.
Volume 3: 815 lots, all illustrated in colour. This catalogue of the clocks and watches includes many American examples plus the electric timepieces, the wristwatches, a re-construction of the Astrarium built by Giovanni de Dondi and a Shortt Synchronome astronomical regulator.
All 3 volumes are in very good condition and free of annotations, etc. Card covers as issued, housed in original slip case (small split at one corner). [Sale @ New York 13, 14 & 15/10/2004]

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(Ref: A426)
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Price: 135.00

[Sotheby's]: Masterpieces from the Time Museum part 4 Volume 1
O/P. 116 lots, all illustrated in colour. The closure of the Time Museum and the dispersal of its collections at Sotheby's in 2004 has left us with 3 excellent catalogues as a permanent memorial. This catalogue of the European clocks and watches includes a wooden longcase regulator by John 'longitude 'Harrison, several watches by Breguet, an early pendulum timepiece by Salomon Coster and a renassance table clock by Hans Gruber. A fine copy, card covers. [Sale @ New York 13/10/2004] (Ref: A229)

Price: 40.00

Sotheby's: The Celebrated Library of Harrison D. Horblit Esq. - Early Science, Navigation and Travel
O/P. 2 volumes, illustrated, 1974. Part 1 includes book with authors A - C, part 2 includes authors D - G. As far as I can tell, the remaining volumes were not sold by Sotheby's. Horblit had a fabulous collection of books, rich in early fifteenth century science books, early English science books of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and rare books in the field of navigation. Both volumes in very good condition, covers a bit faded and corners a little bumped. (Ref: K5031 - W3)

Price: 10.00

[Sotheby's]: The Celebration of the English Watch Parts I, II, II & IV
O/P. The sale, in four parts, of an important collection of fine English pocket watches. The owner's objectives were to form a representative collection of watches from the late sixteenth though to the twentieth century, with the best examples by the best makers and showing their inventions. The earliest watch in the collection is by Nicholas Vallin dating from circa 1600; the most recent a tourbillon by George Daniels made in 1970. The four catalogues contain 97, 77, 61 and 78 items respectively, all with descriptions and excellent photographs. All 4 catalogues in fine condition, card covers. [Sales @ London 15/12/2015, 07/07/2016, 15/12/2016 & 06/07/2017] (Ref: A465)

Price: 75.00

[Sotheby's]: The Justice Warren Shepro Collection of Clocks
O/P. 137 pages, 145 lots all illustrated, 2001. The catalogue of a famous collection sold in New York. Shepro collected early European table clocks, English lantern, bracket and longcase clocks and French clocks including those with fine Boulle cases. A useful reference book for the enthusiast. Hardback, a fine copy with very good dust jacket. [Sale @ New York 26/04/2001] (Ref: A265)

Price: 20.00

[Sotheby's]: The Mercator Atlas of Europe
O/P. 34 pages, illustrated, 1996. The illustrated auction catalogue for lot 300, the Mercator Atlas of Europe which contains the only surviving copy of his wall-map of Europe of 1554 and the only two known autograph manuscript maps by him, over 45 rare maps in total. Fine copy, card covers. (Ref: K4631 - G3)

Price: 5.00

[Sotheby's]: The Percy Webster Collection
O/P. Two illustrated auction catalogues for the sale of the important collection of clocks and watches formed by Percy Webster, held on 27 May and 19 October 1954. A very good set still in original card covers (covers a little loose). [London 27/05/1954 & 19/10/1954] (Ref: A202)

Price: 85.00

[Sotheby's]: The S. E. Prestige Collection - An Important Collection of Watches and Clocks
O/P. 70 lots, many illustrated. A fine collection with important watches and clocks by the most famous English makers as well as several watches by Breguet. Good copy, card covers. [Sale @ London 29/04/1968] (Ref: A305)

Price: 9.00

[Sotheby's]: Thomas Tompion No. 417
O/P. A 16-page illustrated catalogue for a single clock - a magnificent ormolu mounted red turtle-shell grande sonnerie table clock with pull repeat - Thomas Tompion, London number 417. Tompion is known to have made 3 similar clocks, numbers 381, 422 and 436. Good copy, card covers. [Sale @ London 19/06/2003] (Ref: A232)

Price: 20.00


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