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Sold for: 11,250 GBP
November 2013
A GEORGE I FIGURED WALNUT EIGHT-DAY STRIKING LONGCASE CLOCK QUARE & HORSEMAN, LONDON, NO. 276, CIRCA 1720 CASE: the stepped domed hood with three sphere finials, gilt-brass capped outset columns
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 13,750 GBP
October 2012
A GEORGE I WALNUT-VENEERED STRIKING MONTH-GOING LONGCASE CLOCK WITH EQUATION OF TIME DANIEL DELANDER, LONDON, CIRCA 1720 CASE: with brass finials to stepped and double-fretted caddy top, glazed side
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 6,875 GBP
October 2012
A GEORGE I EBONY-VENEERED STRIKING EIGHT-DAY TABLE CLOCK DANIEL DELANDER, LONDON, CIRCA 1725 CASE: the faceted foliate-tied gilt-brass handle to inverted bell top to arched side panels and glazed
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Table Clock
Sold for: 42,500 USD
September 2012
A fine George I month going walnut longcase clock Signed Dan´l Quare, London, first quarter 18th century The flat top with molded cornice above pierced frieze supported by gilt capped plain columns
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 7,500 USD
September 2012
A George I gilt mounted quarter repeating bracket clock with moon phase signed Samuel Delafosse, London, first quarter 18th century The formerly ebonized inverted bell top case with knopped handle and
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 3,500 USD
March 2012
A George I walnut tall case clock Thomas Weghtman, London first half 18th century The hood with outset molded cornice over an arched glazed door opening to a silvered brass dial with Roman chapter
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 1,875 USD
December 2011
A GEORGE I WALNUT STRIKING EIGHT DAY LONGCASE CLOCK, BY WINDMILLS & ELKINS, LONDON, CIRCA 1730 95½in. (242.5cm.) high, 18¼in. (46.5cm.) wide, 10in. (25.5cm.) deep
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 3,500 GBP
September 2011
A GEORGE I GREEN AND GILT JAPANNED EIGHT DAY LONGCASE CLOCK FABIAN ROBINS, LONDON. CIRCA 1715 CASE: flat top hood, trunk door and plinth decorated with chinoiserie, some redecoration DIAL: 11 in
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 43,250 GBP
June 2011
A GEORGE I WALNUT MONTH-GOING LONGCASE CLOCK DANIEL DELANDER, LONDON. CIRCA 1725 CASE: stepped caddy hood with replaced brass finials, blind fret friezes, inset brass-capped columns, arched glazed
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 15,000 GBP
June 2011
A GEORGE I BRASS-MOUNTED WALNUT AND BURR-WALNUT QUARTER-CHIMING EIGHT DAY LONGCASE CLOCK WITH YEAR CALENDAR AND TIDAL MOON CHARLES CLAY, LONDON. CIRCA 1725 CASE: arched hood with frieze fret, further
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 8,750 USD
March 2011
A GEORGE I PARCEL-GILT SCARLET-JAPANNED LONG-CASE CLOCK, SIGNED JABEZ STOCK, LONDON wood height overall 7 ft. 10 in.; width 20 in.; depth 10 ½ in.; width of dial 12 in. 238.8 cm; 50.8 cm; 26.7 cm;
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 1,680 GBP
January 2011
A rare George I/II oak cased 30-hour brass dial dwarf longcase clock Anonymous Having a 7-inch square Roman dial the chapter ring with fleur-de-lis half hour divisions and an inner quarter hour track,
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Dwarf Clock
Sold for: 4,750 GBP
October 2010
A GEORGE I BLACK AND BROWN JAPANNED LONGCASE CLOCK 12-inch brass dial with mask and leaf spandrels, signed Jos. Kirk, Skegby, with altered centre, five pillar bell striking movement inscribed Repaired
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 2,750 GBP
September 2009
A GEORGE I EBONISED STRIKING LONGCASE CLOCK CLARK PRESTON, LONDON. CIRCA 1720 The 12in. wide brass dial with cherub and crown spandrels to engraved and silver chapter ring signed ´Clark Preston
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 39,650 GBP
June 2009
A GEORGE I WALNUT AND FEATHER-BANDED STRIKING EIGHT DAY LONGCASE CLOCK DANIEL QUARE AND STEPHEN HORSEMAN, LONDON, NO.199. CIRCA 1720 CASE: the hood with caddy top surmounted by three brass
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 6,250 GBP
January 2009
A GEORGE I GREEN-LACQUERED STRIKING EIGHT DAY LONGCASE CLOCK JOHN HODGES, LONDON. CIRCA 1720 The case with caddy top hood with blind fret to the front, decorated with figures of Chinese huntsmen
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 6,875 GBP
January 2009
A GEORGE I WALNUT STRIKING EIGHT DAY LONGCASE CLOCK EDWARD FAULKNER, LONDON. CIRCA 1720 The case with stepped and moulded flat top hood with glazed rectangular side panels, formerly with fretwork
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 12,500 GBP
January 2009
A GEORGE I BRASS-MOUNTED EBONISED STRIKING EIGHT DAY TABLE CLOCK WITH PULL QUARTER REPEAT AND MOONPHASE CLAUDIUS DU CHESNE, LONDON. CIRCA 1720 The case with cushion-moulded top (alterations) and
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Table Clock
Sold for: 563 GBP
July 2008
A George I striking eight day longcase clock movement and dial Peter Garon, London. Early 18th Century The 12in. wide brass dial signed Peter Garon London, date square to the matted centre and
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 6,875 GBP
July 2008
A George I ebonised eight day table timepiece with pull quarter repeat Francis Gregg, London. Circa 1720 The case with brass handle to the inverted bell top, glazed arch side panels, later quarter
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
No Category
Sold for: 3,250 GBP
May 2008
A George I walnut striking eight day calendrical longcase clock Dial and movement by William Manlove, London The breakarch hood with stepped and moulded top, outset columns with brass capitals and
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 3,500 GBP
May 2008
A George I walnut striking eight day longcase clock Dial and movement by James Stevens, London The breakarch hood with stepped and moulded top, inset columns with giltwood capitals and glazed side
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 5,625 GBP
February 2008
A George I red-japanned striking eight day longcase clock William Sellers, London. Circa 1725 The oak case with gilt chinoiserie design against a red ground, the caddy top surmounted by three
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 3,125 GBP
February 2008
A George I ebonised striking eight day table clock First quarter 18th Century and later The case with brass handle to the bell top, rectangular glazed side panels, moulded angles to the corners
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Table Clock
Sold for: 4,025 USD
December 2007
A George I lacquered tall case clock F. Robinson Circa 1720, the circular etched brass dial with Roman and Arabic chapters signed ´´Francis Robinson/In the Temple London´´, with seconds hand and day
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 20,300 GBP
December 2007
A George I walnut eight day longcase clock Movement by Joshua Wilson, London The 12 in. square dial signed Joshua Wilson London, engraved No.188 on the edge, the movement with five ringed pillars,
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 9,600 GBP
June 2007
A GEORGE I WALNUT CASED WHEEL BAROMETER CIRCA 1720, BY JOHN HALLIFAX, BARNSLEY the circular silvered dial signed and with subsidiary dial beneath
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Barometer
Sold for: 5,520 GBP
March 2007
A George I walnut eight day longcase clock Robert Bumstead, London. Circa 1720 The 12 in. wide arched brass dial with female mask and foliate spandrels to a silvered Roman and Arabic chapter ring
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 5,400 USD
September 2006
A GEORGE I WALNUT LONGCASE CLOCK, EARLY 18TH CENTURY 90in. (228.5cm.) high, 21in. (53cm.) wide
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 2,040 GBP
July 2006
A George I longcase clock movement, circa 1715, in later oak case The 12 in. square brass dial with Indian mask and foliate spandrels to silvered Roman and Arabic chapter ring with fleur-de-lys half
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 1,800 GBP
March 2006
A George I style ebonised and brass-mounted miniature quarter-striking bracket clock on wall bracket, modern The case with brass handle to moulded cushion top, silk-backed pierced brass fishscale
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 3,000 GBP
March 2006
A George I walnut longcase clock, circa 1715 The flat top hood with inset later columns and glazed side panels, the trunk door with moulded frame, on later plinth, the 12 in. square brass dial with
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 6,600 GBP
December 2005
A George I oak thirty hour musical longcase clock Edward Bilbie, Chew. First quarter 18th century The case with convex moulding beneath the regtangular trunk door, hood with three-quarter columns,
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 6,600 GBP
December 2005
A George I walnut longcase clock Unsigned. Circa 1720 The feather-banded case with later skirting to the plinth, convex moulding beneath the breakarch trunk door, the flat-top hood with
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 10,800 GBP
December 2005
A George I ebony veneered striking table clock with pull quarter repeat Joseph Windmills, London. Circa 1715 The case with silver foliate-tied handle (later?) to the inverted bell top, heavy
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Table Clock
Sold for: 3,600 GBP
December 2005
A George I iron and brass three train posted frame turret clock Joseph Smith, Chester. Dated 1725 With in-line trains having rectangular section posts with splayed feet and bolted frame, oak
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
No Category
Sold for: 1,920 GBP
December 2005
A George I iron two-train turret clock Unsigned. Circa 1720/30 The frame held with rivets and nuts, both trains with oak barrels decorated with iron curls, recoil anchor escapement, lifting arm
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
No Category
Sold for: 4,800 GBP
December 2005
A George I ebony timepiece with quarter repeat and fly-back perpetual calendar Charles Harvey, London. Circa 1725 The case with brass baluster handle to the inverted bell top, pierced ebony frets
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
No Category
Sold for: 6,000 GBP
November 2005
A GEORGE I RED-JAPANNED LONGCASE CLOCK Circa 1720, the movement by Stephen Asselin, London The case overall decorated with chinoiserie scenes, the hood with glazed side panels and with blind fret
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 6,931 GBP
March 2004
A George I walnut longcase clock The flat top hood with later sound frets flanking a moulded arch, with glazed side panels and inset columns, the rectangular trunk door with moulded frame and lined
GEORGE I (1660-1727)
Longcase Clock