Exceptional carved walnut wall clock by Charles-François Rossigneux, Paris, circa 1870 [...]
Mahogany wall timepiece with Maintaining Power for stations or administrations, dated 1886 [...]
Mahogany wall timepiece, George III period, circa 1790 signed Fowle & Son, East Grinstead. Large silvered dial [...]
Small size Vienna Regulator with Grande Sonnerie and weight-driven movement, circa 1880. The walnut case [...]
Small Wall Clock with its transport case, the clock in a brass, turned and patinated case, closed by a front [...]
Mahogany wall fusee timepiece for the Royal Air Force, "Operations Room Clock", dated and stamped 1938. [...]
Large size mahogany wall timepiece with single strike for stations or administrations, circa 1840. [...]
Mahogany wall timepiece for stations or administrations, circa 1840. [...]
J. Stockall, Clerkenwell Rd, EC, mahogany wall timepiece for stations or administrations, circa 1870. [...]
English mahogany station wall clock, signed John Walker, South Molton St, LONDON, circa 1890. [...]
Bronze with two-tone patina, the dial signed Auguste Million/Paris 1931.[...]
Signed Hour à Paris, circa 1880. Three games are illustrated: chess, playing cards and billiard.[...]
French wall clock for games room ,circa 1880. Four games are illustrated: draughts, dominoes, playing cards and [...]
Mahogany wall timepiece for stations or administrations, circa 1840, signed John Hildyard, Woodbridge [...]
WARRY, Redcliff St, Bristol, mahogany wall timepiece for stations or administrations, circa 1840. [...]
Early 19th Century mahogany wall timepiece for offices, administrations and train stations, signed BUSHNAN (sic !) [...]
Early 19th century mahogany wall timepiece signed Thomas, 3 Strand, London. 12 inch signed silvered dial.
Very large early 19th C brass inlaid mahogany striking wall clock, signed G.W. & C. Gowland, Sunderland
Late 18th/ early 19th century large dial clock with painted dial signed Samuel Hardy, London.
Early English mahogany dial clock, circa 1800, signed John Wickes, London.
Large Scottish dial clock for train stations or administrations, 2nd half of the 19th C, Tobias Calpen, Edinburgh.
Large diameter English dial clock, Victorian era. Dial signed Bright & Son, Clerkenwell, London.