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Lot Number: 194
A 19th century mahogany stick barometer by Robert Commach of Ormskirk with moulded faceted teardrop-shaped cistern cover, height 91cm.
Category: Clocks and Barometers
Estimate: £100 - £150

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Temperature looks to be correct, good condition but bottom pear carving looks to be replaced, discolouration to paper gauge.

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Lot Number: 195
An 18ct gold-bound pocket compass and barometer, inscribed 'To Captain W Thomas as a memento for the voyage Per Biafra, April '85', presented to Captain Thomas by Chief Oko Jumbo of Bonny and a further miniature pocket compass (2).
Category: Clocks and Barometers
Estimate: £250 - £300

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Lot Number 195
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The barometer is not in working order, the compasses are in working order.

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Lot Number: 196
A large 19th century mahogany eight-day longcase clock, the arched painted enamel dial with automaton figures, dial signed 'G Esplin, Wigan' with two subsidiary dials above an arched door flanked by turned columns, height approx 205cm.
Category: Clocks and Barometers
Estimate: £200 - £400

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Lot Number 196
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Lot Number: 197
A 19th century mahogany eight-day longcase clock body and a later moon phase dial above gilded and silvered dial set with Roman numerals, inscribed to dial T.C. Vernon Liverpool, height 215cm.
Category: Clocks and Barometers
Estimate: £200 - £400

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Lot Number 197
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Several mild scratches to chapter ring and small slither of glass missing on top glass insert, but not highly visible because of mount. Heavy surface wear to bottom plinth and throughout clock body, discolouration spots to varnish on front. Dial width 32cm, chapter ring 30.5cm.

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Lot Number: 198
A 19th century mahogany longcase clock body, lacking movement and dial and a quantity of clock parts to include two clock movements, Roman numerals, a clock face, pendulum etc.
Category: Clocks and Barometers
Estimate: £40 - £60

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Lot Number 198
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Lot Number: 199
William Lister; a late 18th century mahogany inlaid longcase clock, brass dial with chased foliate decoration, silvered dial set with Roman numerals and half-moon phase, inscribed 'Hours, days and ages fly away, Virtue alone knows no delay' and 'William Lister, Keighley', case on turned columns above a panelled and carved base, height approx 200cm.
Category: Clocks and Barometers
Estimate: £200 - £400

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Lot Number 199
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Lot Number: 200
A fine early 19th century mahogany eight-day longcase clock, the arched silvered and brass with moon phase inscribed 'On Time's Uncertain Date Eternal Hours Depend', the dial signed 'Harrison, Liverpool', with glazed door flanked by fluted Corinthian columns above, arched panel door and brickwork lower case on ogee bracket feet, height 250cm.
Category: Clocks and Barometers
Estimate: £2000 - £4000

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Lot Number 200
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Lot Number: 201
Two Edwardian mahogany and inlaid mantel clocks, the dial of the largest example set with Roman numerals and raised on four brass ball feet, converted to battery, height 23cm (both af) (2).
Category: Clocks and Barometers
Estimate: £20 - £40

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Lot Number 201
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Lot Number: 202
An Edwardian-style mahogany and inlaid mantel clock, dial set with Arabic numerals and a circular wall barometer (2).
Category: Clocks and Barometers
Estimate: £20 - £40

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Lot Number 202
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Lot Number: 203
A 20th century walnut-cased combination mantel clock, barometer and thermometer, circular white enamel and gilded brass dials set with Arabic numerals, diameter 8cm, front and base with applied classical and floral motif, brass strap work above four applied brass corner bases, the body being of architectural form, height 23cm.
Category: Clocks and Barometers
Estimate: £60 - £100

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Lot Number 203
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Lacking key, strap work missing to lower right front, thermometer retains mercury, and barometer appears to be in working order.

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