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Lot Number: 1663
A late 18th century wall clock constructed from a brass thirty hour longcase clock dial inscribed 'Edward Bartholo Sherbourne' with thirty hour movement and carved associated oak case, one weight and pendulum present, dial width 27.5cm.
Category: Clocks - Wall Clocks
Estimate: 150 - 250

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Lot Number: 1664
An Art Deco French carved oak cased Vedette wall clock, height 81cm.
Category: Clocks - Wall Clocks
Estimate: 30 - 50

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Lot Number: 1665
A stained beech and brass mounted wall clock with circular dial set with Roman numerals, a small oak wall clock and an oak mantel clock (3).
Category: Clocks - Wall Clocks
Estimate: 30 - 50

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Lot Number: 1666
A spring driven Vienna wall clock.
Category: Clocks - Wall Clocks
Estimate: 30 - 50

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Lot Number: 1667
A late 19th/early 20th century walnut Vienna style eight day wall clock, the dial set with Roman numerals, with a glazed door flanked by ring turned supports, length 69cm.
Category: Clocks - Wall Clocks
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Lot Number: 1668
A walnut and oak wall clock, the dial set with Roman numerals and inscribed 'E Cowley Stockton', diameter 29cm, length approx 80cm.
Category: Clocks - Wall Clocks
Estimate: 50 - 80

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Some rubbing to the dial, some losses to the cream finish and to the numerals particularly at 12, 5 and 8 o'clock, general wear to the case, some small losses to the walnut veneer particularly at the edges, the turned points at either end of the base are either associated or have been reattached at some point and sit slightly off-centre.

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