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LANTERN CLOCK

LANTERN CLOCK

Probably Southern France, ca. 1720/30.

Open, iron and brass movement. Brass dial. Movement with verge escapement, striking the 3/4-hour on two bells, the verge wheel in iron. Carved iron hands. Short rear pendulum. Wooden base, later. Weights, missing.

18 x 18 x 42 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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BRACKET CLOCK

BRACKET CLOCK

London ca. 1720/30. The dial and movement signed Matt Crockford London (Matthew Crockford, 1693-1718).

Rectangular, blackened wooden case, the top featuring pierced and chased ornaments in brass. Silvered chapter ring with the hours in Roman numerals and the minutes in Arabic numerals. Small window for counter-pendulum, date window. Movement with verge escapement, striking the 1/2-hour on three bells, worm wheel winding mechanism. Repetition mechanism, striking the 1/4-hour. Movement plate, engraved with tendrils.

28 x 17 x 50 cm.


Sold for CHF 5 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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CLOCK ON PLINTH

CLOCK ON PLINTH

Louis XIV, Berne, first half of the 18th century.

Tinted cherry. Slightly curved case. Bronze dial, relief-decorated with white enamel cartouches, featuring the hours in Roman numerals and the minutes in Arabic numerals. Movement with verge escapement, striking the 1/4-hour on two bells. 1 key.

36 x 18 x 93 cm.


Sold for CHF 2 125 (including buyer’s premium)
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SMALL IRON CLOCK

SMALL IRON CLOCK

Trentino, the dial monogrammed H.I. T.S and dated 1767.

Enclosed, metal case, the dial painted with pilasters. Iron and brass gear train, with anchor escapement, striking the hour on bell. Repetition on demand. Later pendulum with wooden bezel. 2 lead weights.

18 x 13 x 26 cm.


Sold for CHF 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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"ONE-HANDED" LANTERN CLOCK WITH ALARM

"ONE-HANDED" LANTERN CLOCK WITH ALARM

Probably France, ca. 1730.

Iron pillar movement, with brass gears. Brass dial, featuring the hours in Roman numerals. Movement with verge escapement, striking the 1/2-hour on bell. Alarm disc. Iron weights. Short rear pendulum. On a later wooden wall console.

H 38 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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IRON CLOCK WITH FRONT PENDULUM

IRON CLOCK WITH FRONT PENDULUM

Trentino, middle of the 18th century.

Enclosed case, with engraved dial. Silvered chapter ring, with the hours in Roman numerals and the minutes in Arabic numerals. The corners, featuring pierced tendrils and shells. The upper part of the dial, decorated with Chronos. Iron movement with brass gears. Movement with verge escapement, striking the 1/4-hour on two bells. Lead weights.

25 x 14 x 36 cm.


Sold for CHF 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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LONG-CASE CLOCK

LONG-CASE CLOCK

Baroque, from the Alpine region, probably Italy, 2nd half of the 18th century.

Pine case. Silvered frontispiece with a brass chapter ring, featuring the hours in Roman numerals. Small dial for the seconds. The dial, in the corners, featuring applied tendrils in relief. Towards the top, a "moving eye" surrounded by an aureole. Movement with lever escapement, striking the hour on bell. Iron weight. 1 key.

49 x 29 x 217 cm.


Sold for CHF 400 (including buyer’s premium)
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LONG-CASE CLOCK WITH SECOND AND DATE

LONG-CASE CLOCK WITH SECOND AND DATE

George II, England, 18th century. The dial, signed Peter Walker London (Peter Walker, Holland, worked in London 1681-1730).

Burlwood and walnut, in part dyed and inlaid with flower bouquets and birds in geometric reserves. Brass frontispiece with silvered chapter ring. Small dial for the second, and date-window. Movement with anchor escapement, striking the 1/2-hour on bell.

55 x 27 x 205 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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SMALL BRACKET CLOCK

SMALL BRACKET CLOCK

Baroque, Austria, second half of the 18th century.

Black-lacquered wooden case. Engraved dial, with silvered chapter ring, surrounded by pierced tendrils. Opening for counter-pendulum. Movement with verge escapement, striking the 1/2-hour on bell. Repetition.

23.5 x 14 x 39 cm.


Sold for CHF 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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LONG-CASE CLOCK WITH AUTOMATION AND MOON PHASE

LONG-CASE CLOCK WITH AUTOMATION AND MOON PHASE

Baroque, Amsterdam ca. 1750. The dial signed GERRIT KNIP AMSTERDAM, active between 1720 and 1760. Case, later.

Mahogany. Rectangular case, on a convex base. Silvered chapter ring, featuring the hours in Roman numerals and the minutes in Arabic numerals. The eye in engraved brass, with windows for the moon phase, date, day and month, and a silvered chapter ring for the seconds. Below the chapter ring, a painted panel with automation for the movable sailing ships (currently not working). Movement with anchor escapement, striking the 1/2-hour on 2 bells. Pendulum and two weights.

71 x 37 x 232 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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IRON CLOCK WITH FRONT PENDULUM

IRON CLOCK WITH FRONT PENDULUM

Probably Italy, ca. 1750/80.

Open, iron movement with flat strips. The dial, painted with a cityscape and a river. Movement with crown wheel / verge escapement, striking mechanism on bell.

22 x 11 x 32 cm.


Sold for CHF 425 (including buyer’s premium)
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WALL CLOCK / RELIGIEUSE

WALL CLOCK / RELIGIEUSE

Neuchâtel, 2nd half of the 18th century.

Rectangular, wooden case, glazed on three sides. White enamel dial with the hours in Roman numerals and the minutes in Arabic numerals. Iron movement with brass gears, movement with anchor escapement after Chevalier de Bethune, striking the hour on bell. Long rear pendulum. Iron weights.

28 x 16 x 45 cm.


Sold for CHF 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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OFFICER'S CLOCK / CAPUCINE

OFFICER'S CLOCK / CAPUCINE

Directoire, France ca. 1800. Signed: Lyon Chevallier à Clermont Fd.

Enclosed, rectangular brass case. White enamel dial, with engraved bezel. Movement with anchor escapement, striking the 1/2-hour on bell. Small alarm mechanism on bell.

12 x 9 x 30 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 625 (including buyer’s premium)
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LONG-CASE CLOCK WITH REGULATOR MOVEMENT

LONG-CASE CLOCK WITH REGULATOR MOVEMENT

Austria ca. 1800. Signed: Joseph Ranbacher in Stainz.

Walnut. Rectangular case. Finely chiseled, gilt brass dial. White enamel dial. Interesting movement with Coubertoir anchor escapement, striking the 3/4-hour on two bells, with repetition. 1 weight.

36 x 23 x 199 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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JAPANESE PILLAR CLOCK

JAPANESE PILLAR CLOCK

So-called "SHAKU DOKEI" CLOCK, Japan ca. 1840.

Elm. Rectangular case, with later, elongated brass dial, featuring the hours in Roman numerals. Skeletonized and engraved brass movement with baluster pillars, short front pendulum. Cover, glazed on three sides. Striking mechanism, striking the hour on bell. The bottom of the case, with a small drawer.

H 85 cm.


Sold for CHF 2 750 (including buyer’s premium)
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WALL CLOCK / OEUIL DE BOEUF

WALL CLOCK / OEUIL DE BOEUF

Louis Philippe, beginning of the 19th century.

Round, mahogany case. White enamel dial, with the hours in Roman numerals and the minutes in Arabic numerals, framed by a gilt and engine-turned brass bezel, and with a glass cover. Neuchâtel movement with anchor escapement, striking the 1/4-hour on two gongs. Breguet hands.

D 29 cm, H 15 cm.


Sold for CHF 938 (including buyer’s premium)
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SMALL SKELETON CLOCK WITH ALARM

SMALL SKELETON CLOCK WITH ALARM

Paris, middle of the 19th century. Verso with stamp: Japy frères.

Skeletonized brass case, the front engraved with flowers and tendrils. White enamel chapter ring with the hours in Roman numerals. Small alarm disc. Movement with anchor escapement, small alarm mechanism on bell. On an oval, ebonized base. Glass cloche.

20 x 12 x 27 cm.


Sold for CHF 688 (including buyer’s premium)
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BERNESE "STUBEZYT" WITH ALARM, IN A GRANDFATHER-CLOCK CASE

BERNESE "STUBEZYT" WITH ALARM, IN A GRANDFATHER-CLOCK CASE

Berne ca. 1820. The movement inscribed: CH 1821 Nr. 47, the movement inscribed: Ulrich Aegeter und Anna Schär 1821.

Rectangular, wooden case, painted with golden tendrils and blossoms. Wooden dial, featuring the hours in Roman numerals and the minutes in Arabic numerals. Movement with iron plates, verge escapement, striking the 3/4-hour on two bells. Alarm on bell. Counter-weights, missing. The rectangular grandfather-clock case, painted with flowers on a red ground "en faux marbre".

26 x 13.5 x 38 cm. With grandfather-clock case: H 188 cm.


Sold for CHF 3 250 (including buyer’s premium)
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LONG-CASE CLOCK WITH REGULATOR MOVEMENT

LONG-CASE CLOCK WITH REGULATOR MOVEMENT

England, 2nd half of the 19th century. Signed: J. Smith & Sons Clarkenwell.

Mahogany. Later, rectangular case. White, painted dial with three chapter rings for the hours, seconds and minutes. Movement with Graham escapement.

50 x 28 x 202 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 000 (including buyer’s premium)
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SMALL SKELETON CLOCK WITH ALARM

SMALL SKELETON CLOCK WITH ALARM

France, middle of the 19th century. Verso inscribed: Wattecamps rue Meslay 40 à Paris.

Skeletonized brass case. White enamel chapter ring. Movement with anchor escapement and rear pendulum. On an oval, blackened wooden base. Alarm on bell in the base. Glass cloche.


Sold for CHF 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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DAVOS ALARM CLOCK WITH WOODEN GEARS

DAVOS ALARM CLOCK WITH WOODEN GEARS

In the style of the 18th century. Copy, 20th century. The dial dated 1762.

Rectangular, enclosed wooden case. The upper part of the dial, pierced and applied with glued-on, painted paper. One dial for the hours and one for the quarter-hours. Slider for the alarm. Movement with wooden gear train, verge escapement and balance wheel. Striking mechanism on bell.

16 x 18 x 32 cm.


Sold for CHF 500 (including buyer’s premium)
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WALL CLOCK WITH FRONT PENDULUM AND WOODEN GEAR TRAIN

WALL CLOCK WITH FRONT PENDULUM AND WOODEN GEAR TRAIN

Toggenburg, in the style of the 18th century.

Enclosed wooden case, the dial painted with flowers on a blue ground. Wooden gear train with crown wheel / verge escapement, striking the hour on bell. Brass weights.

31 x 17 x 41 cm.


Sold for CHF 375 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

SMALL TOWER CLOCK

SMALL TOWER CLOCK

In the Gothic style.

Open, iron movement with flat strips and open bell cage. Dial, painted with a sun motif, the hours in Roman numerals. Movement with verge escapement and foliot, striking the hour on bell. On a later stand.

23 x 28 x 51 cm. H with stand: 210 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 875 (including buyer’s premium)
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SMALL SKELETON CLOCK

SMALL SKELETON CLOCK

20th century. The base signed: Les Frères Vuilleumier des Reussilles. The movement inscribed: Ergas. "Saturne" model.

Gilt brass. Pierced case. Narrow silvered chapter ring featuring the hours in Roman numerals. 17-day movement with large anchor wheel and broad skeletonized anchor with two steel pallets. Rear pendulum. Cylindrical cloche.

D 16.5 cm, H 28.5 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 375 (including buyer’s premium)
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CARRIAGE CLOCK WITH DATE, DAY AND MOON PHASE

CARRIAGE CLOCK WITH DATE, DAY AND MOON PHASE

20th century. Manufactured by: L'Epé, Modell La Vallée No 62.

Gilt brass. Rectangular case, glazed on all sides. White enamel dial featuring the hours in Roman numerals, an opening for the moon phase, and three additional dials for the day, date and alarm. Movement, striking the 1/2-hour on gong. Alarm on gong. Rear plate, inscribed: 11 Jules unadjusted Swiss made. Movement Matthew Norman Switzerland 1781. Red, leather-lined case, carrying strap, torn. 1 key.

With case: 14.5 x 13 x 23 cm.


Sold for CHF 1 875 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.