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Lot Number: 182
A large 19th century mahogany eight-day longcase clock, the square painted enamel dial with moon phase painted with sailing boat above date aperture, indistinctly signed by a Wigan maker.
Category: Clocks and Barometers
Estimate: £100 - £200

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Lot Number: 183
An early 19th century oak, mahogany and satinwood banded longcase clock, the broken swan neck pediment above arched brass dial, set with silvered chapter ring, long door and plinth base on ogee bracket feet, housing an eight-day movement, height 230cm.
Category: Clocks and Barometers
Estimate: £200 - £300

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Lot Number: 184
An early-to-mid 19th century mahogany and oak longcase clock, the broken swan neck pediment above arched painted dial, inscribed 'J.G. Elliott, Leeds' with eight-day movement above short door and plinth base, height 226cm, dial repainted.
Category: Clocks and Barometers
Estimate: £200 - £300

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Lot Number: 185
An early 19th century oak longcase clock, the broken swan neck pediment above square painted dial, inscribed 'Alker, Wigan' with later carved door flanked by fluted corner pilasters to a plinth base on ogee bracket feet, height 220cm.
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Estimate: £200 - £300

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Lot Number: 186
A late 18th/early 19th century oak and mahogany cross-banded longcase clock, the broken swan neck pediment above circular painted dial, later inscribed 'Whitehurst, Derby', with eight-day movement, long arched door flanked by fluted corner pilasters to a plinth base and bracket feet, height 214cm.
Category: Clocks and Barometers
Estimate: £300 - £500

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Lot Number 186
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Lot Number: 187
An early 19th century oak and mahogany cross-banded longcase clock case with associated walnut veneered hood, long arched door, fluted pilasters and plinth base, glazed aperture 46.5 x 32.5cm.
Category: Clocks and Barometers
Estimate: £40 - £60

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Lot Number: 188
An early-to-mid 19th century oak and mahogany cross-banded longcase clock, the broken swan neck pediment above repainted square dial inscribed 'Thos Wood, Knutsford', with eight-day movement, short door and plinth base, height 222cm.
Category: Clocks and Barometers
Estimate: £200 - £300

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Lot Number 188
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Lot Number: 189
An early 19th century oak and walnut cased eight-day longcase clock of small proportions, the brass dial set with Roman numerals, inscribed 'James Worthington', the walnut hood above an oak body and pedestal base, height 160cm.
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Estimate: £40 - £60

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This has been heavily restored, much of the original walnut case has been replaced with oak, including the door which has been removed and replaced by two oak boards, now the only access to the movement and weights is through the top and back of the hood.

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Lot Number: 190
Thompson of Wolverhampton; a George III oak and mahogany cased eight-day longcase clock, the painted dial set with Roman and Arabic numerals, with subsidiary seconds dial, swan neck pediment, columned hood and quarter columned body above a plinth base to bracket feet, height 225cm.
Category: Clocks and Barometers
Estimate: £120 - £180

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Lot Number 190
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Lot Number: 191
A contemporary French oak eight-day longcase clock, the gilded and metal dial marked 'Brencklé Tssoudun', set with Roman numerals, long door with circular glass aperture above carved base, length 226cm.
Category: Clocks and Barometers
Estimate: £50 - £80

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Lot Number 191
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