Late 19th century French gilt-bronze
and stained red horn bracket clock
with single train spring movement
and white circular dial, signed
Meuroil et Compe of Paris.
10½"H (+handle) x 5¾"W   (706BA)   
Georgian early 19th century beautifully figured
mahogany longcase or tall case grandfather clock,
with fluted double columns flanking the painted
dial, above double ogee-topped long door flanked
by fluted columns, and box base with decorative
line inlay; housing an eight-day bell strike
movement, a break-arch dial with floral spandrels,
rolling moon phase, seconds dial and calendar
aperture.  Signed by Armstrong of Manchester.   
English, circa 1810.   This is a very good example
of the period, with add-on features to suit a patron
in England's wealthiest region in the late
18th/early 19th century, this one no doubt made
for an affluent farmer or corn merchant, as
evidenced by the eglomise panels in the hood and
brass bosses stamped with corn sheafs.
94 1/2"H (+ finials) x 22"W x 9 1/2"D.   
$16,500.  (102E37)
18th century oak longcase clock with
molded domed pediment above arched
dial and colums with brass Corinthian
capitals, an arched and molded long door
and outset box base; housing an
eight-day bell-strike movement, the
arched painted dial with a moon phase in
the arch, floral spandrels, seconds dial
and calendar aperture, signed Jno.
Peacock, Lincoln.     English, circa 1780.  
83"H x 19"W x 10"D.     
Rare 18th century Scottish mahogany longcase  
grandfather clock in highly figured flame veneers,
with an 8-day bell-strike movement, seconds and
calendar dials and corner spandrels depicting the
four seasons, featuring a rare break arch with
Masonic symbols, signed by listed maker Charles
Campbell of Bo'ness, circa 1770.   
84"H x 19 ½"W x 9 ½"D.   
(The Bo'ness Masonic lodge was founded in 1759
and declared dormant in 1799 for lack of
members.   This clock was most likely furnished to
the lodge by members' subscription.)
$9,500.  (812EB)
18th century oak and mahogany longcase
grandfather clock with dentil-molded flat pediment,
also dentil molding to the trunk, with double
ogee-topped long door flanked by quarter-columns,
housing a 30-hour movement with square painted
dial, floral spandrels, seconds dial and calendar
aperture, with wonderful old, dark patina overall.   
Signed by Newby of Kendal.  English, circa 1770.     
81"H x 22"W x 10"D.   (Crank daily, or every two
days with strike disengaged.)
$6,950.  (610BA)

19th century French Morbier wall clock with white
enamel dial and repousse brass surround, an early-
style rear-hanging, folding pendulum, and a
-strike movement sounding on the hour with
repeat three minutes after and on the half-hour,,
signed by Boisson of Castelnaudonirca 1800.  (The
rear-hanging pendulum indicates that this clock did
not have a case, else the pendulum would have been
at the front, visible in the door's lenticle.)
Early 19th century Empire style
solid variegated green marble
mantel clock with engine-turned,
silvered dial and molded cast
brass bezel, fitted with a 14-day
movement and bell strike on the
hour and half-hour.  French,
circa 1815-25.
14"H x 7"W x 4 1/2"D
$3,750.  (105BA)
George IV period oak and mahogany longcase  
grandfather clock with swan neck pediment
supported by fluted pilasters, above a trunk
chamfered and beautifully inlaid with ebony and
satinwood, the box base inlaid and cross-banded;
housing an eight-day bell-strike movement, the
dial painted with a depiction of Britannia and
ocean-going vessels in the arch, the center showing
a country house, and charming spandrel vignettes
representing the four major continents, signed by
Booth of Leeds.   English, circa 1828.   (Arabic
numerals were popular for a short period in the
early 19th century.)         91"H x 22"W x 10"D.   
$7,500.  (812BA)
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Classic 18th century London longcase or tall case
grandfather clock in handsomely figured mahogany
case with pagoda top, housing an eight-day
quarter-strike movement with break arch brass and
silver dial, seconds dial and calendar aperture, and
strike/silentlever in the arch, striking on the hour
and with two bells on the quarter hours, signed by
Paul Rimbault, London, with the date 1773.   The
Rimbault family were London clockmakers
throughout the 18th century, Paul Rimbault being
active 1767-85.   (In 2004, an exceptional Paul
Rimbault musical movement in a carved
Philadelphia case sold for a record $800,000 in a
Sotheby's sale.)   95"H x 22"W x 10"D.  (909EBC)

18th century handsomely carved French provincial
walnut tall case clock, with deeply molded, domed
pediment above a long paneled door with lenticle showing
the brass pendulum, the whole with paneled sides and
fluted front corners continuing to the unusual,
esthetically pleasing flared base with stop fluted corners
flanking oval and square panels; housing an eight-day
movement with crown wheel escapement, striking on the
hour and repeating five minutes after, with strike also on
the half-hour, the circular white enamel dial with roman
numerals, surmounted by a crest of scrolling leaves
and French coat of arms, signed by Gabis of Verdun.  
Circa 1785.   95"H x 21 1/2"W x 12"D.   
$7,800.  (911EBC)
Early 18th century walnut and secondary pine
longcase clock, the two-tiered flat pediment
molded and inset with blind fret carving, above
a square hood door with gilding to the bases
and capitals of the columns, an inlaid long door
and molded outset box base with cross-banding
and inlay, on a plinth base;  housing an eight-
day bell-strike movement with square brass dial,
silvered chapter ring, seconds dial and calendar
aperture, signed Bruton, Cromhall.
English, circa 1730.   83"H x 19"W x 9"D
(A will of Thomas Bruton, clockmaker at
Cromhall, is recorded and dated Sept. 8th, 1758.)
18th century English oak longcase clock from Wiliam
Wordsworth's Lake District, with carved rosettes to
the swan neck pediment, above molded long door
flanked by fluted quarter-columns, a paneled outset
base and ogee bracket feet; housing an 8-day
bell-strike movement, the arched brass dial with
silvered chapter ring and engraved center, signed in
the arch by Barwise of Cockermouth, c. 1770.  (Lot
Barwise, 1726-1799, was father of the prominent John
Barwise of London.)    94"H x 21"W x 11"D    
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