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Lot 1: A Superb Oversized Desk Clock in Pocket Watch form, marked for retaillers & silversmiths J. C. Vickery (England), in a silver lined maroon velvet and leatherette case c. 1906 with additional easel back for display, clock in a brushed silverplate case with Swiss 7032 8 Day movement; fully serviced c.2014, in working condition (ticks, hands move), in beautiful antique condition with light wear to case and silverplating, case approx.

Lot 2: A Charming Ansonia Clock Co. (American) 'Bee' keyless one day portable clock, in original tin, marked 'Patented April 23rd, 1878', in silver tone case with two pin feet and an o-ring to top and bar ring to back, in excellent antique condition, working (ticks, hands move), tin approx. 7.5cm (dia.) x 5.5cm (H)

Lot 3: A Keyless Auto Co. (American) Rim Wind & Set Car Clock, in handsome black and silver tone finish, as found for repair and restoration (winds, no tension felt), loose parts, hands intact, as found

Lot 4: A Classic Westclox (American) 'Big Ben' Table Clock, in silver tone brushed case with steady/repeat and alarm/silent levers, appears in part working condition (ticking, alarm winder as found, alarm does not sound), marked to back 'Made in La Salle, Illinois, USA by Westclock', surface with patination; ideal for a servicing! 15cm (H) x 13cm (dia.) x 7.5cm (D)

Lot 5: An Antique or Vintage Swiss Silverplated Travelling Mechanical Clock, with clock set into a blue leatherette case, in working condition with movement marked 'SWISS MADE' and numbered 53867, otherwise unmarked

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Lot 6: A Charming Junghans (German) 'Hippo Repetition' Table Clock with alarm, c.1950s, with strong iridescent arabic numeral dial and hands and cream enamelled body on brass, in working condition (alarm silent), ticks, hands move, some loss to enamelling to case and to '2' in 12 on dial, otherwise very good, 11cm (dia.) x 12cm (H) x 5cm (D)

Lot 7: An Excellent Jaeger Lecoultre (Swiss) Desk Clock, with handpainted luminescent numeral dial and alarm, in simple brass square case on a raised copper tone base, in working condition (ticks, hands move, alarm sounds), brass with vintage patination but otherwise excellent

Lot 8: A Charming Junghans (Germany) Table Clock in brass frame with decorative glass border around a brushed brass tone face with luminescent dial, in working condition (ticks, hands move, alarm sounds)

Lot 9: A Beautiful Vintage Enamelled Brass Clock, with stunning champleve cobalt enamelled border, machine turned dial with arabic numerals and handpainted luminescent numbers, maker unmarked, in working condition (ticks, hands move)

Lot 10: Two Handsome Vintage Pocket Clocks, including one in a case; one marked for retaillers Fairfax & Roberts of Sydney & London, maker's marked to movement for Dimier Freres & Cie or Duchene Louis & Cie (Swiss), in leatherette folding case, the other without case, glowing enamelled numerals, movement marked 'Made in France', both for servicing (no ticking, neither sustains movement), larger (cased) approx. 10.5cm (D) x 9cm (H) x 10cm (W) when unfolded

Lot 11: A Fantastic Vintage Smiths (English) Rim Wind Car Clock, in working condition; with silver tone face and bezel, winds smoothly, ticks, hands move, may need a light servicing, numbered H-79530 to dial, as found

Lot 12: A Charming Hamburg America Clock Co. Table Clock with Alarm, in veneered art deco case with arabic numerals, partly iridescent enamelled to numbers and hands, on brass ball feet, in part working condition; alarm sounds, no movement from clock function, crack to glass on face & some scuffing, as found, but very handsome, 15cm (W) x 10.5cm (H) x 4cm (D)

Lot 13: A Vintage Smiths (English) Car Clock, in good vintage condition for servicing or repair; with silver tone bezel and raised front winder, with great patination to surface and age related wear, winds but does not tick, as found

Lot 14: A Delightful Miniature 'Celeste' British Ship's Clock in a brass case with bevelled dial, 8 day movement, in working condition (ticks), 9cm (dia.) x 3.5cm

Lot 15: An Vintage Phinney Walker (American) Keyless Rim Wind Car Clock, for repair and restoration, missing second hand and hour hand, does not wind

Lot 16: A Dainty Waterford (Ireland) Crystal Miniature Mantle Clock, with stepped base and zig-zag cut dome top, containing a Japanese button battery powered movement (untested), in excellent condition, marked to base, 10cm (W) x 6cm (H) x 3cm (D)

Lot 17: A Vintage Atelier Seignol (French) O.S. Car Clock, for servicing, with stylish silver tone casing around a cream enamelled face and front facing winder, with mountings for a car to back, winds, no ticking/no movement, as found

Lot 18: A Vintage Faux Tortoiseshell Desk Clock, with art deco flourishes to side and ovoid arabic numeral face, in working condition (ticks, hands move), 13cm (W) x 9cm (H) x 5cm (D)

Lot 19: A Pair of Vintage Smiths (English) Car Clocks, for servicing or repair; one in original housing with bezel and glass front, the other with covered back but dial exposed; both wind, hands move, no speed regulation on hands, heavily patinated, both as found

Lot 20: A Pair of Stunning Art Deco Table Clocks, including a large Europa (German) clock with brass tabbed detail and brushed silver tone face, in working condition with alarm, and a Helveco (Swiss) Clock in diamond-cut brushed brass, with glowing enamelled hands and dial, for servicing (not ticking, stiff) and as found, larger (Europa) 13.5cm (H) x 13cm (dia.)

Lot 21: A Large Assortment of Watchmaker's and Jewelery Repairer's tools, including quality tools such as a Froideveaux watchmaker's lathe, gold testing machine, OVA (England) watch glass fitter, a benchtop watch case opener, and more!

All as found and untested, all parts not guaranteed

Lot 22: A Waltham Watch Co. (American) Car Clock in parts for restoration, plus an additional unmarked car clock mechanism, Waltham including bezel with winder, glass front, case back and movement (possibly incomplete), some fading, all as found

Lot 23: Four Small Vintage Clocks for restoration and repair, including a Westclox (American) 'Baby Ben', an Ansonia (American) desk clock, a vintage gold tone desk watch with machine turned face, and a heavy 'SAP' corporate clock, all as found, untested or for repair, largest (Baby Ben): 8.5cm (H) x 5cm (D) x 7.5cm (dia.)

Lot 24: A Collection of Mixed Clock Parts, including a charming cast metal figure of a little sailor boy with coat, gong chimes and bells, and fittings, all as found with fantastic heavy patina, boy figure approx. 19cm (H)

Lot 25: A Pair of Ornate Clocks for repair, including a rococo cast metal 'Blessing' West German clock and case with alarm, for repair, and an ornate French style mounting case, with a charming and ornate little Ansonia (American) movement, plus an additional Ansonia movement and dial, both for parts or repair, largest (Blessing) clock: 18cm (H)

Lot 26: A Large Collection of Mixed Clock Dials, Convex Glass, and Surrounds, including plenty of quality art deco & antique style pieces - great for the dedicated restorer or for upcycling! all as found, largest approx. 17.5cm (dia.)

Lot 27: An Unusual 'Bulb' Topped Crystal Clock attr. Crown Crystal Glass of Waterloo, Sydney, c.1930s, marked for the pattern 'Grimwade' to base, clock movement for servicing (no movement), in excellent vintage condition with some minor scuffing and chips but overall very good, bulb removable, 25cm (H) x 12cm (dia.)

Lot 28: An Unusual Variegated Marble Desk Clock, with green and grey mottling surrounding a lacquered timber case and arabic numeral face with second hand, in working condition (ticks, hands move), 12.5cm (W) x 6.5cm (D) x 14cm (H)

Lot 29: A Handsome William Drummond & Co. (Melbourne, retailers) large desk clock for repair, featuring enamelled glowing arabic numerals, and silver tone dial surround, marked for Swiss movement to front, as found; one hand loose in face, no ticking, chip to glass front, slight vintage wear, 20cm (dia.) x 13cm (D)

Lot 30: A Vintage Swiza (Swiss) Calendar Clock, with brushed silver and gold tone minimalist dial and bevelled glass front, appears in working condition (alarm untested, date function working), light vintage wear, 15cm (W) x 13cm (H) x 5.5cm (D)

Lot 31: A Vintage Westclox (American) 'Big Ben' Repeater Alarm Clock, with stylish gold tone and cream enamelled finish, arabic numeral face, in working condition, ticks, hands move, and alarm sounds, made in Scotland, very good vintage condition

Lot 32: A Fantastic Retro Jerger (Germany) 'Repetition' Alarm Clock, with red hot enamelled outer, plastic cased dial with arabic numerals and seperate seconds dial, marked to back 'Made in Germany' with a lion symbol, in excellent vintage working condition (ticks, hands move, alarm sounds)

Lot 33: Two Vintage Clocks, including a cut glass clock with silver tone face, and a folding desk clock marked for 'John Sands Ltd. 1837 - 1937' a toy company, both in working condition (ticks, hands move), some patination to desk clock, chips to base of glass clock, largest (glass) clock: 17cm (H) x 7cm (D) x 10cm (W)

Lot 34: An Ansonia Clock Co. (American) Gingerbread Clock, two train, in part working condition (chimes, ticks, does not sustain movement), chimes on the hour, in good vintage condition with key and papered dial and glass viewing window, one train does not wind; an ideal candidate for a quick restoration! 28cm (W) x 50.5cm (H) x 10cm (D)

Lot 35: A Lovely Antique Mantle Clock with Enamelled Face, arabic numerals, single train, for repair; slight ticking (does not sustain movement), scuffs and wear to exterior, movement unmarked for maker, numbered 1988, with paper to inner indicating it was purportedly given as a wedding present c.1887; as found, 11.5cm (D) x 20cm (H) x

Lot 36: An Unusual Antique 'Beehive' Clock Shelf Clock, possibly by the New Haven Clock Co. or similar, with rounded-top veneered form and beehive motif to front window, in working condition with pendulum and key, chimes the hour, appears in excellent antique condition with paper lining to back and minimal loss or scuffing, 47cm (H) x 26.5cm (W) x 10cm (D)

Lot 37: Two Lovely Cut Glass or Crystal Mantle Clocks with ovoid faces, one marked with crossed arrows, presumably for the Hamburg America Clock Co., the other appears unmarked, both for servicing, larger (unmarked) 19cm (H) x 16.5cm (W) x 8cm (D)

Lot 38: An Elegant Ansonia (American) Mantle Clock, with beautiful oak timber case with carved panel and bevelled glass window for the enamelled face, two train, with chime on the hour and half hour, in very good vintage condition with pendulum (no key), chip to glass and some enamel wear, movement ticks soundly and chime is clear and accurate; 40.5cm (W) x 25cm (H) x 10.5cm (D)

Lot 39: A Beautifully Veneered Juba (German) 'Burlington' Model B1 c.1930s Mantle Clock, two train, with lovely open brass lettering to dial, for repair (does not sustain movement), in good vintage condition with pendulum included, no key, 44.5cm (W) x 21.5cm (H) x 14cm (D)

Lot 40: A Mantle Clock, three train, with multitone veneers to case and embossed border to base ,with an unusual eight chime rod arrangement playing Westminster and Whittington chimes, unmarked for maker to dial and movement, pendulum included, no key, crack to dial window, otherwise in very good vintage condition, 40cm (W) x 17cm (D) x 24cm (H)

Lot 41: A Beautiful Vintage Mantle Clock, c.1930s, with open brass tone dial and hands, two train, likely American or English, with pendulum and key, in excellent working condition; chimes on the hour and half hour, ticks, with lovely simple veneered exterior, movement unmarked, approx. 59cm (W) x 12.5cm (D) x 23cm (H)

Lot 42: An English Ship's Style Clock, in brass case with thick bevelled glass, for repair; appears in excellent condition, in part working order (hands sometimes move very fast), no maker's marks detected, 26cm (dia.) x 10cm (D)

Lot 43: A Beautiful Junghans (German) Three Train Bracket Clock for part restoration, in black lacquered case with brushed silver tone dial including chime and speed settings, movement marked for Junghans 'A52' 16cm, ticks & chimes (one hammer to adjust), includes key, pendulum and four brass feet for fitting to base, back loose, no glass, as found, 27cm (W) x 42cm (H) x 19cm (D)

Lot 44: A Pair of Faux Slate Mantle Clocks, including an E. Ingraham (American) Clock with cast metal lug handles, as found for restoration with pendulum weight (no suspension), and a stately mantle clock case, with scrolling metal finish, both as found, larger (case) approx. 37cm (W) x 29cm (H) x 19.5cm (D)

Lot 45: A Stately Samuel Marti (France) Timber Mantle Clock, with thick bevelled glass dial window, marked to movement for Samuel Marti, 1161, with 'H&H' mark, in near working condition (ticks, does not sustain movement, chime quiet), includes key and pendulum, no suspension spring, case in very good antique condition, 49cm (L) x 23cm (H) x 11cm (D)

Lot 46: A Handsome Vintage Three Train Mantle Clock, attributed to Urgos (Germany), in very good working condition, chimes westminster every quarter hour and on the hour, includes pendulum and key, movement numbered 4976 15cm, chime hammers may need slight adjustment to sound their best but still a fantastic sounding clock!

Lot 47: A Lovely British United Clock Co. (Birmingham) Table Clock, with unique wind-up key mechanism to back, for servicing, in part working condition (ticks, hands appear to not move), as found with crack to glass, some scuffing/loss to edges, but presents beautifully; 20cm (H) x 5.5cm (D) x 12.5cm (W)

Lot 48: An Elliot (British) Brass Cased Naval Ship's Clock, possibly for a warship, numbered 0552/461-9413, with broad arrow mark indicating military issue

In working condition, (hands ticking, moving) no key included, may need servicing

Lot 49: An Ornate Rococo style Ansonia (American) Cast Metal Clock, for restoration, movement marked for Ansonia Clock Co., patent May 3rd, 1892; dial with bevelled glass, a beautiful statement piece, as found with no key, pendulum, 21cm (H) x 13cm (W) x 7cm (D)

Lot 50: A Pair of Charming Pedestal Clocks, likely Crystal, including an Astra (German) clock with sunburst cut dial surround, and piece with stepped base and silver tone face, unmarked for maker; unmarked example working (ticks, hands move), the other for servicing (stiff, no ticking), larger (Astra): 18.5cm (H) x 9.5cm (dia.)

Lot 51: A Beautiful Vintage or Antique Etched Glass Dome, with leaf and berry motif, on fitted lacquered timber base; 31cm (H) x 22cm (L) x 17cm (D)

Lot 52: A Beautiful Stauffer (Paris) Inlaid Veneer Clock, with two train '1082' numbered movement and pendulum, for slight restoration with movement appearing functional, chiming on the hour and half hour (pendulum needs remounting, no key), in beautiful antique condition, top half of case slightly loose, otherwise excellent for age, 25cm (H) x 16cm (W) x 12cm (D)

Lot 53: Ride 'em Cowboy! A Vintage American made mantle clock, with image of a cowboy on horseback printed to dial, for restoration (ticks, does not sustain movement), includes pendulum, no key, as found, 26.5cm (W) x 25cm (H) x 13cm (D)

Lot 54: A Large & Glittering Cut Glass or Crystal Mantle Clock, with new quality Hermle (German) movement (needs battery), 25cm (W) x 26cm (H) x 13cm (D)

Lot 55: A Fine 'Fabrique d'Horologie de Fontainemelon SA' Mantle Clock for repair, with beautifully veneered face with mother of pearl diamond inlay, movement no. 150285, time regulator for movement for installation (clock runs fast when wound), one hand loose, on brass ball feet, as found, 28.5cm (W) x 14.5cm (H) x 7cm (D)

Lot 56: A Beautiful Timber Veneered Mantle Clock Case, with convex glass dial window and brass cylindrical fitting for a movement, on ball feet, in good vintage condition, 25.5cm (W) x 16cm (H) x 8.5cm (D)

Lot 57: A Vintage E. Schmeckendecher (West Germany) Regulator Wall Clock, for light servicing, with timber look case and two train weight driven movement, chimes on the hour and half hour, includes weights and pendulum, in part working condition (ticks, difficult to sustain pendulum movement, adjustments needed) otherwise in very good condition

Lot 58: A Lovely E. N. Welch (American) 'Marine' Style Clock, two train, in timber octagonal case, with charming bell sound, for part restoration; no ticking, chimes, no second hand, as found, 27cm (W) x 27cm (H) x 8cm (D)

Lot 59: An Impressive & Ornate Cast Metal Clock Case, featuring a gentleman rider mounted on rearing horseback accompanied by a faithful hound, cresting over a gold tone rococo scrolling case with laurels and garlands in French style, on a timber base with purple fabric lining; as found with some loss to the posts behind the rider, some scuffing and wear but overall very good, 41cm (H) x 30cm (L) x 14cm (D)

Lot 60: A Beautiful Henry Marc (Paris) Clock in inlaid timber case, two train, chimes to the hour and half hour, for light repair & restoration; pendulum needs suspending (clock ticks, chimes), case with age related wear including cracks to enamelled face, some scuffing and wear, one foot missing, no key, but still a beautiful piece! 16.5cm (W) x 13.5cm (D) x 22.5cm (H)

Lot 61: A Lovely Large Cut Crystal Mantle Clock, with finely cut starburst pattern to dial surround, unmarked to face and back, in working condition (ticks, hands move), 25cm (L) x 16cm (H) x 7cm (D)

Lot 62: A Seth Thomas (American) Mantle Clock, two train, with silver tone dial and veneered 'Napoleon Hat' form, in part working condition (sustains movement for a short period, stops) movement marked 89, includes pendulum, no chime rods, no key, as found, 43cm (L) x 23.5cm (H) x 13.5cm (D)

Lot 63: A Stylish 1930s Urgos (Germany) Mantle Clock, ideal for the midcentury collectors! With white & gold tone chapter ring marked with arabic numerals, in part working condition (ticks, hands move, chime stiff/does not sound, sustains movement for a short while until stopped), marked for Urgos to movement, numbered 369511 PL 12cm, no key, exterior in very good condition, slight lifting of veneer to right end

Lot 64: A Junghans (German) Three Train Clock, with beautiful carved timber case with reeded pedestals below a neoclassical pediment, bevelled glass window, and brushed arabic numeral face flanked by silver tone floral embellishments, movement marked for Junghans B11, as found for slight restoration with no hands, no key, no chime rods, 31.5cm (W) x 47cm (H) x 22cm (D)

Lot 65: A Vintage Veneered Three Train Mantle Clock, ideal for a beginner's repair; no dial or bezel, movement appears unmarked for maker but marked 15cm/178.28, no key, includes pendulum, as found, 46cm (L) x 24.5cm (H) x 14.5cm (D)

Lot 66: A Pair of Handsome Gilbert (American) Mantle Clocks for restoration, one with cast metal curtained detail to blackened timber case, movement with part pendulum, the other in simple timber case with part pendulum, both as found; larger approx. 37cm (L) x 27.5cm (H) x 13cm (D)

Lot 67: A Striking Antique Barometer & Thermometer Combination Wall Plaque, with fitting for a clock, accompanied by rolling day, date, month and year fittings, in beautiful antique condition with some scuffing and wear to varnish, but still presents beautifully! approx. 77cm (L) x 34cm (W) x 6cm (D)

Lot 68: A Charmingly Rustic Ansonia (American) Mantle Clock for restoration, with central bevelled window, no key or pendulum, otherwise appears intact, no backing plate, 38cm (L) x 29cm (H) x 15.5cm

Lot 69: Two Timber 'Steeple' Shaped Clock Cases, well crafted and in excellent conditon, one stained in a lovely orange-brown tone, each approx. 50cm (H) 27cm (W) x 11.5cm (D)

Lot 70: Two Sessions (American) Mantle Clocks for restoration, repair, or repurposing, including a 'Napoleon Hat' style curved clock, with mechanism, and a smaller timber cased clock, also with mechanism; both movements stiff and for servicing, pendulums included, majority without hands, as found, larger approx. 54cm (W) x 25.5cm (H) x 12cm (D)

Lot 71: A Pair of Faux Slate Mantle Clocks by WML Gilbert Clock Co. (America) both for restoration and repair, both with beautiful cast metal flourishes and columnar details, as found, movements stiff, both include pendulums (one with weight only), larger approx. 29cm (H) x 13.5cm (D) x 42cm (L)

Lot 72: A Hamburg America Clock Co. (America/German) Beehive Shape Clock, marked Wurttemberg to lower dial, in good vintage condition, appears working (ticks, hands move, chimes; does not sustain movement), includes key and pendulum, 24.5cm (W) x 15cm (D) x 37cm (H)

Lot 73: Two Near Antique American Faux Slate Mantle Clocks, for repair and restoration; including a Sessions (American) with stunning neoclassical cast metal reliefs to front, in working condition with pendulum, ticks, hands move, slightly stiff; the other an Ansonia (American) clock with columnar front, no hands, mechanism for servicing, includes pendulum weight, both as found with scuffs and wear, larger approx. 38cm (W) x 25.5cm (H) x 14cm (D)

Lot 74: An Ansonia (American) Drop Dial Wall Clock, for restoration or repurposing; includes plenty of parts to put it back together including pendulum and movement (no key), as found, 63cm (L) x 44cm (W) x 9cm (D)

Lot 75: An Unusual Clock Comtoise or Morbier clock, in parts; featuring a two train weight-driven mechanism, accompanied by a large and ornate pendulum, backing place, enamelled dial, and hammered sheet metal surround, mechanism appears in excellent condition (untested) with perspex backing for viewing, perfect for refittiing or for a magnificent open-cased wall clock! movement dimensions: 24cm (W) x 25cm (L) x 15.5cm (D), pendulum length approx. 96cm (L)

Lot 76: A Two Train Regulator Movement with Dial; in as new condition to replace an ailing clock or make a new one! includes a German made movement, roman numeral dial, and two pendulums (one with no rod, one for hanging), appear in unused to good used condition, dial approx. 20cm (dia.)

Lot 77: A Collection of Mixed Movements and Clock Parts, including an Ansonia 'Bee', multiple keyless movements, French and British examples, and some with dials and casings, plus a cast metal surround, all as found for parts or restoration, largest piece (surround) approx. 13cm (L) x 8.5cm (W) x 2.5cm (D)

Lot 78: A Collection of Optical Tools for fine watch repair work, including a vintage hand magnifier with built in lamp, and more!

All as found, presented in a tea box, box approx.:

Lot 79: A Machine Pivot Sharpener, on cast metal base with hand cranked function, with metal plate attached to side marked 'Machines Pivot Sharpening', appears in good working condition, as found, approx. 28cm (L) x 23cm (H) x 13cm (D)