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Sold for: 688 GBP
December 2013
A REGENCY BOXWOOD-INLAID MAHOGANY STRIKING BALLOON MANTEL CLOCK ALCOCK, LONDON, FIRST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY On brass bracket feet, the white enamel dial with Arabic hours and pierced brass hands, the
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 6,250 GBP
November 2013
A REGENCY BRASS-INLAID ROSEWOOD EIGHT-DAY STRIKING MANTEL CLOCK YONGE & SON, STRAND, LONDON, CIRCA 1825 The arched case with gadrooned top with foliate angles, leaf-clasped ring handle, pierced brass
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 562 GBP
October 2013
A Regency mahogany brass strung bracket clock, With arched top case, decorated with cut-brass work, having brass ring side handles and pierced grilles, on brass ball feet, the white enamel dial with
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 750 GBP
October 2013
A late Regency rosewood drop-dial wall clock with brass inlaid case and circlar painted dial, 59cm high.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Wall Clock
Sold for: 1,250 GBP
September 2013
A Regency brass-inlaid mahogany bracket clock, with repeat Bennett, Greenwich Having a 7" signed dial with Roman hours; the twin fusee movement with shaped and engraved backplate, calling the hours on
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 1,500 GBP
September 2013
A Regency brass mounted and inlaid mahogany chiming bracket clock the movement signed J. & A McNab, Perth the rectangular case with stepped hipped top with pineapple finial, the sides with rectangular
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 937 GBP
September 2013
A Regency ebony strung figured mahogany arched top mantel clock Corker, Commercial Road, London Having an signed 8" painted convex dial with Roman hours; the twin fusee movement with deadbeat
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 312 GBP
August 2013
A late Regency rosewood brass mounted bracket clock case, with fan carved spandrels,and raised pediment, the later fusee movement with silvered dial and Roman numerals, 45cm, with keys.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 1,500 GBP
June 2013
A Regency brass and ebony inlaid mahogany bracket clock Grimalde & Johnson, Strand, London with arched top, above 5.5in brass brass dial with roman numerals and minute track, chain driven twin drum
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 937 USD
June 2013
A Scottish Regency inlaid mahogany tall case clock height 92in
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 937 GBP
June 2013
An Regency brass inlaid mahogany bracket clock of arched form Anonymous Having a 6" white dial with Roman hours and lance hands, the twin fusee movement with arched engraved backplate, striking the
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 2,500 GBP
June 2013
A fine Regency style round dial figured mahogany 8 day longcase clock, circa 1900 Maple & Co. ltd. London Having a 11 1/2" signed round silvered dial with Roman hours and Arabic minutes, the center
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 2,000 USD
April 2013
A REGENCY MAHOGANY CIRCULAR WALL CLOCK EARLY 19TH CENTURY The painted dial signed ´Frankcom Bath´, with Roman chapter ring and moon hands, fusee movement, pendulum and key 14 in. (35.5 cm.) diameter
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Wall Clock
Sold for: 1,625 GBP
March 2013
A Regency mahogany and brass mounted fusee bracket clock by Tupman, Gt Russell Street, Bloomsbury with a reeded pagoda type top, with brass reticulated side frets and floral, swing handles, on a
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 2,000 GBP
March 2013
A Regency mahogany and brass mounted fusee bracket clock by Allen, London the chamfered top surmounted by a pineapple finial, with lion mask handles to the reticulated sides, on four ball feet, the
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 1,750 GBP
March 2013
An impressive architectural Regency brass inlaid rosewood mantel clock in the Gothic style John B Cross, London Having a 7" silvered dial with Roman hours and moon hands, strike silent dial in apex,
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 625 USD
March 2013
A REGENCY MAHOGANY MANTEL CLOCK, EARLY 19TH CENTURY, THE PAINTED DIAL INSCRIBED ´CASTON´ AND ´NORWICH´ 17¼IN. (43.8CM.) HIGH, 12½IN. (31.8CM.) WIDE, 6IN. (15.2CM.) DEEP
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 3,000 GBP
March 2013
AN INLAID MAHOGANY MANTEL CLOCK BY WILLIAM CHATER, CIRCA 1825 George IV, circa 1825 5¾-inch painted dial signed ´W Chater, London´, five pillar fusee movement with anchor escapement and trip repeat
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 625 USD
March 2013
A Regency style gilt metal mounted portico clock height 22 1/2in; width 9 1/2in
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Portico Clock
Sold for: 475 GBP
February 2013
A Regency rosewood bracket clock by Robinson, Middlesboro raised on an outswept plinth base, the signed, painted dial with Roman numerals, the double fusee movement striking on a bell, 44cm high
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 750 GBP
February 2013
A Regency mahogany and brass inlaid bracket clock the arched case surmounted by a fruiting finial and carved with acanthus leaves, the sides with pierced frets, raised on four ball feet, the dial with
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 275 GBP
February 2013
A late 19th Century inlaid mahogany bracket clock, in the Regency style, the 6.5" silvered dial with Roman chapter French 8 day movement raised on brass bun feet and side ring handles, and later cone
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 2,125 GBP
February 2013
A REGENCY ORMOLU-MOUNTED TORTOISESHELL AND BRASS-INLAID STRIKING BRACKET CLOCK DE LORME, PARIS, EARLY 18TH CENTURY CASE of glazed rectangular outline, the pediment with winged figure of Victory
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 1,625 GBP
January 2013
A Regency satinwood cased bracket clock inscribed Brugger & Beck, Blackman St, Southwark The 3 1/2 inch rectangular white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, the single wire fusee drive train
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 687 GBP
January 2013
A Regency rosewood bracket clock by Widenham, Lombard St, London the arched case carved with a floral patera and with scrolling foliage, on a plinth base, the signed, silvered dial numbered 540, with
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 250 GBP
January 2013
A Regency mahogany longcase clock The 14 inch arched dial painted to the spandrels and arch with scenes emblematic of the British Empire, enclosing a white dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 650 GBP
January 2013
A late Regency mahogany drum head longcase clock, inscribed C.Merrilies Edinburgh The circular 13 inch white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds and date dials, the twin train
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 1,000 GBP
January 2013
A REGENCY MAHOGANY EIGHT-DAY STRIKING TABLE CLOCK EARLY 19TH CENTURY The case with cone finial and twin brass handles above fishscale side frets, the repainted white dial signed ´MOLYNEAUX 42, LOMBARD
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Table Clock
Sold for: 1,063 GBP
January 2013
A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY STRIKING LONGCASE CLOCK THOMAS MOSS, LONDON, SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY, LATER ADAPTATIONS The arched hood with sphere finials, the painted dial signed ´Thos. Moss LONDON´, the
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 625 GBP
December 2012
A Regency rosewood cased brass inlaid mantle clock Bracebridges, Clerkenwell, London Having a 4-inch white-enamelled dial with black Roman hour, inscribed "BRACEBRIDGES, CLERKENWELL, LONDON", the
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 687 GBP
December 2012
A Regency mahogany lancet top bracket/mantel clock with alarm and pull repeat John Garmonsway, London, Having an 8" convex cream dial with Roman hours, inscribed "Jno Garmonsway, LONDON", with pierced
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 812 GBP
December 2012
A Regency figured mahogany bracket clock with inlaid brass decoration and pull repeat Jackson, Brompton Having an 8" white painted dial with Roman hours and Roman hands, inscribed "Jackson Brompton";
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 1,750 USD
October 2012
A George IV Gothic style mahogany and partial ebonized quarter chiming mantel clock Farmer, London first quarter 19th century The Roman numeral dial marked FARMER/LONDON, time and strike on rack
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 8,750 GBP
October 2012
A GEORGE IV GILT-BRASS MOUNTED BOULLE TORTOISESHELL STRIKING TABLE CLOCK RICHARD GANTHONY, LONDON, CIRCA 1830 CASE: the pediment surmounted by a floral moulded handle with stylised palmettes to
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Table Clock
Sold for: 500 GBP
September 2012
A REGENCY MAHOGANY, BOXWOOD AND BRASS MANTEL CLOCK EARLY 19TH CENTURY The enamel face with Roman numerals, with lion mask handles and brass ball feet, to the back a glazed hinged door with ivory
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 875 GBP
September 2012
A late Regency mahogany mantel clock The movement engraved T Shepherd, Wootton Underedge The 5 1/2 inch circular white enamel dial with Roman numerals, the twin drive train movement striking a bell,
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 812 GBP
September 2012
A George IV mahogany and brass inlaid drop dial fusee wall clock inscribed E. WHITEHOUSE 117, Drummond St, Euston Square the 12 inch signed enamelled dial with Roman numerals, the trunk with
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Wall Clock
Sold for: 1,500 USD
August 2012
A George IV mahogany tall case clock John Mackie, Ellon height 85 1/2in
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 600 GBP
August 2012
A regency mahogany 8-day longcase clock, the arched dial painted with a landscape and different flowers to the spandrels, the case with swan neck pediment and turned columns to the trunk, 213cm high
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 1,187 GBP
July 2012
A Regency mahogany fusee bracket clock by S. G. Collings, Dunstable the breakarch case surmounted by a single pad below a swing handle, the sides with lion mask handles above reticulated arched frets,
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 687 GBP
July 2012
A Regency mahogany and brass inlaid bracket clock by Farrington, Bristol the gadrooned caddy top surmounted by an urn finial, above a convex moulding to the rectangular case, above a plinth base with
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 562 GBP
July 2012
A Regency Welsh 8 day longcase clock by Edward Mason, Aberystwith, with the arched painted dial with figure spandrels depicting the four continents, the oak and mahogany case later carved. 261cm high
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 237 GBP
June 2012
A late Regency Scottish mahogany longcase clock, the drum cased hood with fan fluting, glazed trunk door and panelled base, the 14" painted dial indistinctly signed, having subsidiary seconds, the
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 3,125 GBP
June 2012
An impressive Regency mahogany cased floor standing musical quarter chiming Gothic style clock Berquer, Vere St, Cavendish Square, London. The 12 inch enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals and
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
No Category
Sold for: 1,422 USD
June 2012
Finnigan´s Ltd. Mahogany Quarter-chiming Mantel Clock, Manchester, England, c. 1900, the Regency-style case with bellflowers and block inlay, 7-in. dia. convex silvered dial marked Finnigan´s Ltd.,
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 335 USD
June 2012
An English George IV Oak Longcase Clock, circa 1820, having a medallion arched top, with floral and gilt details around the border; the case featuring an arched top, embellished plume decoration and
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 675 GBP
May 2012
A George IV rosewood and brass inlaid mantel clock the case of domed form with a single pad above, surmounted by a radiating reeded top with an inverted baluster finial above, the case with inlaid
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 15,000 GBP
May 2012
A GEORGE IV ROSEWOOD EIGHT-DAY LIBRARY TIMEPIECE MANTEL CLOCK BENJAMIN LEWIS VULLIAMY, LONDON, CIRCA 1830 CASE: with stepped chamfered top, brass-lined glass side panels, on adjustable brass feet
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 1,375 GBP
May 2012
A REGENCY MAHOGANY AND BRASS INLAID MANTEL CLOCK CIRCA 1815 Of domed form with brass carrying handle, the painted dial behind a guilloché turned bezel, the twin-fusee bell-strike movement with a
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 1,125 USD
April 2012
A REGENCY BRASS-INLAID MAHOGANY MANTEL CLOCK, EARLY 19TH CENTURY, THE PAINTED DIAL SIGNED ´THOS. SAVAGE LONDON´ 15¼in. (38.7cm.) high, 9¼in. (23.5cm.) wide, 5½in. (14cm.) deep
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 687 GBP
March 2012
A Regency period mahogany dome topped bracket clock The painted dial signed Mitchelson, London with twin train fusee movement, 44cm high
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 1,000 GBP
March 2012
A Regency mahogany and brass inlaid bracket clock the dial signed J GRANT LONDON of arched form, surmounted by a brass handle over reticulated side frets, raised on a shallow plinth base above four
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 937 GBP
March 2012
A Regency mahogany and brass inlaid bracket clock of break arch form, surmounted by a brass handle on a brass lined pad, over reticulated side frets, raised on a shallow plinth base above four ball
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 1,875 GBP
March 2012
A Regency mahogany longcase clock The hood with fluted canted angles, surmounted by a fret cresting and three brass sphere finials, the trunk with arched door flanked by brass stop fluted quarter
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 5,938 USD
March 2012
A REGENCY ORMOLU-MOUNTED WHITE MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK FIRST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY height 10 3/4 in.; width 14 in.; depth 3 1/4 in. 27.3 cm; 35.6 cm; 8.3 cm the circular dial beneath a flame finial and
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 437 GBP
February 2012
An early 20th century mahogany stick barometer by Negretti & Zambra, London in the Regency style, the architectural moulded pediment above a glazed door with silverd signed scale, reading from 27 to
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 850 GBP
November 2011
A Regency brass inlaid mahogany bracket clock J.Jordan, Manchester The triangular pediment bordered by four pineapple finials, over pierced side frets, the figured veneer inlaid with brass scrolls,
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 2,000 USD
October 2011
George IV Tulipwood Banded Gilt-Bronze Mounted Mahogany Tall Case Clock Circa 1825 The circular painted dial with Arabic numerals, signed W. Nicholas, Birmingham, below a moon phase dial, the
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 687 GBP
September 2011
A late Regency mahogany longcase clock The 13 inch white painted square dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds and date dial and gilt foliate spandrels, the twin drive train movement striking a
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 864 GBP
August 2011
A Regency mahogany longcase clock J&W Howden, Edinburgh The 13 inch circular brass dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, subsidiary second and date dials, the twin train movement striking a bell,
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 384 GBP
August 2011
A George IV mahogany and crossbanded North Country longcase clock Dobbings Leeds, the arched hood with broken swan pediment and free-standing turned pilasters, short trunk door flanked by canted
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 16,250 GBP
July 2011
A HARLEQUIN PAIR OF GEORGE IV GILT BRASS-MOUNTED BOULLE TORTOISESHELL STRIKING MANTEL/TRAVEL CLOCKS ONE SIGNED FOR LITHERLAND, DAVIES & CO., LIVERPOOL, ITS MOVEMENT BY J. CONDLIFF, LIVERPOOL. CIRCA
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 2,252 USD
April 2011
George IV mahogany tall case clock, early 19th c., with musical brass face works, 94" h.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 671 USD
February 2011
A Regency mahogany tall case clock height 82in; width 18 1/2in; depth 9in
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 3,660 USD
January 2011
A good Regency cut brass inlaid mahogany quarter chiming bracket clock Richard Ganthony, Lombard Street, London, first quarter 19th century With strike/silent adjuster above XII, the twin train fusee
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 3,250 GBP
January 2011
A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY AND TOLL-PAINTED STRIKING EIGHT DAY LONGCASE CLOCK WITH MOONPHASE WILLIAM NEWBY, KENDAL. SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY The 15 in. wide painted dial with moon roller to arch with
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 1,541 USD
November 2010
English Regency bracket clock, early 19th c, with brass fixtures and painted face, inscribed Noble Bath , 20" h.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 1,280 USD
October 2010
George IV Shoestring Inlaid Mahogany Tall Case Clock 19th Century The brass dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, signed John Warry Bristol, surmounted by a moon phase dial, the twin train four pillar
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 3,125 USD
October 2010
Regency Brass Inlaid Mahogany Bracket Clock 19th Century The circular enamel dial and movement signed Wm. Robson North Shields, with an arched rectangular case with bail handle and bun feet, raised on
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 2,000 USD
April 2010
Regency Satinwood Inlaid Mahogany Tall Case Clock Mitchell & Son, Gorbals, early 19th century With a painted dial, the bonnet and case inlaid with bellflowers and foliate trails. Height 7 feet 4
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 878 USD
March 2010
George IV tall case clock, early 19th c., with an eight day movement, signed J. Jarvis Whitchurch , 86 1/2" h.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 11,250 GBP
November 2009
A REGENCY ORMOLU, PATINATED BRONZE AND VERDE ANTICO MARBLE QUARTER-STRIKING EIGHT DAY FIGURAL MANTEL CLOCK LOUIS RECORDON, LONDON. CIRCA 1820 CASE: arched top with geese and laurel leaf and seahorse
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 6,875 GBP
November 2009
A GEORGE IV BLACK MARBLE, ORMOLU AND PATINATED BRONZE EIGHT DAY TIMEPIECE MANTEL CLOCK THOMAS WEEKS, LONDON. CIRCA 1825 CASE: topped by a putto riding a lion and holding a later gold key, the lion´s
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 3,750 GBP
November 2009
A GEORGE IV BRASS-MOUNTED MAHOGANY AND EBONISED STRIKING EIGHT DAY TABLE CLOCK IN THE EGYPTIAN REVIVAL STYLE ALEXANDER STRAITON, LONDON. CIRCA 1820 CASE: gadrooned top with pineapple finial, acroteria
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Table Clock
Sold for: 850 USD
October 2009
Regency line inlaid mahogany barometer c.a. canti, town malling, kent Of typical banjo form, with a broken arch pediment, dial inscribed ´C.A. Canti / Town Malling/ Kent´. H: 38 1/4 in.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 100 GBP
October 2009
A Regency mahogany five-part wheel barometer by D Luvate, Preston
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 3,500 GBP
September 2009
A REGENCY BRASS-MOUNTED AND BRASS INLAID EBONISED STRIKING BRACKET CLOCK AND WALL BRACKET DESBOIS AND WHEELER, LONDON. CIRCA 1820, THE BRACKET MID-20TH CENTURY The white enamel dial with blued steel
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 1,250 GBP
September 2009
A REGENCY MAHOGANY DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK CIRCA 1820 The 8 in. diameter repainted dial bearing the signature ´DWERIHOUSE/LONDON´, blued steel hands, the single line fusee movement with shaped plates and
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Wall Clock
Sold for: 1,375 GBP
September 2009
A REGENCY DROP DIAL WALL CLOCK BARRAUD AND LUNDS, LONDON. CIRCA 1820 The 12 in. painted convex dial signed ´BARRAUD & LUNDS/CORNHILL´, blued steel hands, the single line fusee movement with shouldered
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Wall Clock
Sold for: 3,250 GBP
September 2009
A REGENCY MAHAGANY AND SATINWOOD INLAID STRIKING DROP-DIAL WALL CLOCK MORICE, LONDON. CIRCA 1820 The 12 in. diameter painted convex wooden dial signed ´MORICE/Fenchurch Street/LONDON´, blued steel
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Wall Clock
Sold for: 1,500 GBP
September 2009
A GEORGE IV LARGE MAHOGANY BALLOON TIMEPIECE TABLE CLOCK RICHARD MORRISON, LONDON. CIRCA 1825 The 12 in. diamter painted convex dial signed ´RICHD. MORRISON/Cheapside/LONDON´, steel moon hands, the
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Table Clock
Sold for: 1,750 GBP
September 2009
A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY STRIKING TABLE CLOCK WITH ALARM REA, WALTON. SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY The painted Roman dial with brass hands and alarm disc to the centre, strike/silent to the arch, the twin
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Table Clock
Sold for: 650 GBP
June 2009
A REGENCY MAHOGANY AND BRASS-MOUNTED STRIKING EIGHT DAY TABLE CLOCK PHILIP GILBERT, LONDON, CIRCA 1820 The case with brass and ebony inlay, brass tracery side frets and raised on brass ball feet,
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Table Clock
Sold for: 1,625 GBP
June 2009
A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY STRIKING AND QUARTER CHIMING TABLE CLOCK HENRY BORRELL, LONDON, CIRCA 1820 The white painted Roman dial with strike/silent at the XII and signed ´HY. BORRELL/LONDON´, blued
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Table Clock
Sold for: 4,750 USD
June 2009
A REGENCY ORMOLU SHIPS CLOCK THE DIAL SIGNED ´JW BENSON´, LONDON, EARLY 19TH CENTURY The circular rim cast with berrying laurel leaves, the etched steel dial with Roman numerals, second hand dial
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
No Category
Sold for: 850 USD
May 2009
Regency rosewood and brass inlay mantle clock Of arched case with lion mask ring handles to the side, the Roman numeral dial with two winding holes and inscribed ´Davis/ Shifnall´, on a rectangular
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 2,250 GBP
May 2009
A REGENCY PATINATED BRONZE MILITARY TROPHY STRIKING MANTEL CLOCK FORRESTER, HULL, CIRCA 1820 The gilt dial with engine-turned centre, the twin fusees movement now with platform lever escapement
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 1,188 GBP
April 2009
A REGENCY MAHOGANY VIOLIN-SHAPED BAROMETER EARLY 19TH CENTURY with a silvered dial and turned ivory weather indicator handle to the base
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 938 GBP
April 2009
A REGENCY MAHOGANY WHEEL BAROMETER EARLY 19TH CENTURY, BY L. CAPRANI, LIVERPOOL including a thermometer and humidity gauge, the case outlined with stringing and bearing the engraved maker´s name `L.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 8,125 GBP
April 2009
A REGENCY AMBOYNA, EBONY AND BRASS INLAID MANTEL TIMEPIECE CIRCA 1810, BY GRIMALDE & JOHNSON the silvered dial signed `Grimalde Johnson, Strand, LONDON´, the fusee movement also signed on the
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Timepiece
Sold for: 469 USD
March 2009
Regency Mahogany Mantel Clock Height 24 inches.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 2,000 GBP
March 2009
A George IV brass-mounted mahogany striking eight day table clock By Bennett, Greenwich, circa 1820 The 8 in. diameter painted Roman dial signed ´BENNETT/GREENWICH´ with blued steel moon hands,
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Table Clock
Sold for: 1,188 GBP
March 2009
A George IV mahogany striking eight day longcase clock J. Armstrong, Walton. Circa 1820 The 14 in. square Roman dial signed ´J. ARMSTRONG/WALTON´, the movement with anchor escapement and rack
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 442 USD
March 2009
ENGLISH MAHOGANY REGENCY STYLE INLAID THERMOMETER BAROMETER with scrolled bellflower decoration. Height 30 inches.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 1,638 USD
February 2009
George IV mahogany tall case clock, early 19th c., the broken arch bonnet enclosing an 8-day works with moonphase and painted face over an elaborately inlaid case supported by bracket feet, 94 1/2" h.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 1,521 USD
February 2009
George IV mahogany tall case clock, early 19th c., the bonnet with a pierced broken arch pediment enclosing an 8-day works with brass face, over a case with rope twist corners, 99" h.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 2,106 USD
February 2009
English Regency tall case clock, early 19th c., the broken arch bonnet enclosing an eight day works, signed J. Griffiths Carnarvon , 90 1/4" h.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 878 USD
February 2009
George IV mahogany and oak tall case clock, early 19th c., with a 30-hr. movement, signed Wm. Jones Llanfyllin , 86" h.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 2,250 GBP
February 2009
A REGENCY ORMOLU AND PATINATED BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK EARLY 19TH CENTURY The vase-shaped case with river masks and addorsed dolphins, surmounted by Venus in a clam shell drawn by doves, the base
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 1,250 GBP
February 2009
A REGENCY MAHOGANY AND BRASS-MOUNTED STRIKING EIGHT DAY TABLE CLOCK CIRCA 1820 With pineapple finial to the chamfer top and cornucopia loop handles above fish scale side frets, the 8 in. painted
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Table Clock
Sold for: 1,000 USD
February 2009
George IV Satinwood Inlaid Mahogany Tall Case Clock Philip Walton, Combridge, Mid-19th Century Having an engraved brass dial with applied spandrels, signed Phil Walton Combridge; the two-train
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 1,125 USD
February 2009
A REGENCY BRASS-INLAID MAHOGANY MANTELCLOCK, THE DIAL SIGNED ´CHA. JN. COPE. 38 BERNERS ST. LONDON´, CIRCA 1820 12in. (30.5cm.) high, 8¼in. (21cm.) wide, 5¼in. (13.5cm.) deep
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
No Category
Sold for: 4,914 USD
February 2009
George IV mahogany tall case clock, ca. 1815, the arched bonnet with conch inlay enclosing an eight day works, signed Walter Watson Altingham , above a case with line inlay and ogee bracket feet, 93
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 900 USD
February 2009
George IV Mahogany and Satinwood Inlaid Oak Tall Case Clock Signed Denton, Oxford, Second Quarter 19th Century Having a parcel gilt decorated white enamel painted dial signed Denton/ Oxford; the
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 650 GBP
January 2009
A Regency mahogany bracket clock, the reeded pagoda top with pineapple finial, with ring handles to the sides, the case inlaid brass designs, fitted a white enamel dial with Roman numerals signed S
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 700 GBP
January 2009
A Regency mahogany bracket clock with arch top case, with lion mask ring handles and pierced grills to the sides, on claw feet, fitted a white enamel dial with Roman numerals signed Barraud Cornhill
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 3,250 GBP
January 2009
A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY BOW FRONTED STICK BAROMETER JOHN WHITEHURST, DERBY. SECOND QUARTER 18TH CENTURY The trunk with bow-fronted alcohol thermometer above the arched cystern cover flanked by canted
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 3,000 GBP
January 2009
A REGENCY PAINTED WOOD AND WIREWORK BIRDCAGE CIRCA 1820 Of architectural form, inset with timepiece 21 in. (53.5 cm.) high
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
No Category
Sold for: 3,000 GBP
November 2008
A REGENCY MAHOGANY AND EBONY INLAID BOW-FRONT STICK BAROMETER GEORGON, LONDON, CIRCA 1820 The case with stepped and moulded pediment, canted angles with lozenge inlays and flanking an ebonised
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 7,500 GBP
November 2008
A GEOrGE IV SMALL MAHOGANY LONGCASE WALL CLOCK EMANUEL BURTON, JNR. DATED 1827 The case with balloon-shaped hood with moulded bezel above a fielded panel, the trunk door with recessed rectangular
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 4,560 AUD
October 2008
A REGENCY MAHOGANY STICK BAROMETER, MAKER ANTHONY GATTY, READING, UK, CIRCA 1820 the mahogany case with broken pediment and acorn finial surmount, the glazed door protecting silvered scale with
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 40,800 AUD
October 2008
A REGENCY MAHOGANY MUSICAL FOUR TRAIN BRACKET CLOCK, ENGLISH, G. BRINKMAN, LONDON, CIRCA 1815 four train fusee movement, time train, chime train on eight bells, strike train on bell, music train on
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 822 USD
October 2008
ENGLISH REGENCY WHEEL BAROMETER, ca 1800-1820. The mahogany case with inlaid florettes and shells, the face marked G. Dotti & Co., Carlisle; 38" long x 10" wide.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 850 GBP
September 2008
A Regency Ormolu and black stone mantel clock, the drum with engraved circular dial and Roman numerals above scroll supports on a black slate plinth decorated a floral swag and raised on bun feet, the
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 2,500 GBP
September 2008
A GEORGE IV BRASS MOUNTED MAHOGANY STRIKING EIGHT DAY TABLE CLOCK THWAITES AND REED, LONDON, CIRCA 1820 The case with brass-lined fielded panels, brass fishscale side frets, the 8 in. diameter
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Table Clock
Sold for: 2,808 USD
September 2008
George IV mahogany tall case clock, early 19th c., the flat top bonnet enclosing an 8-day works with brass face, inscribed "John Weston Wolsingham" over a case with chamfered columns and ogee bracket
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 236 USD
September 2008
A FINE REGENCY FLAME MAHOGANY CLOCK SHELF early 19th century, with scalloped molded rim supported by scalloped brackets. Length 24 inches, width 9 inches.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Shelf Clock
Sold for: 3,750 GBP
July 2008
A Regency mahogany and ebony strung bow-fronted stick barometer Dollond, London. Circa 1810 The case with step moulded pediment, horn Vernier setting key to the trunk, the urn-shaped cistern cover
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 2,750 GBP
July 2008
A George IV mahogany bow-fronted stick barometer John Zenone, Edinburgh. Circa 1825 The case with step moulded pediment, glazed thermometer and bone Vernier setting key to the trunk, the
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 25,000 GBP
July 2008
A George IV rolling ball skeleton timepiece, made after the model by Sir William Congreve John Walker, London. Circa 1830 The square brass frame joined by four brass columns with ball and spire
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
No Category
Sold for: 3,875 GBP
July 2008
A REGENCY BRONZE, GILT-BRASS AND WHITE MARBLE EIGHT DAY MANTEL TIMEPIECE Circa 1820 The drum-shaped case surmounted by an eagle with displayed wings and flanked by seated female classical figures
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Timepiece
Sold for: 1,500 GBP
July 2008
A George IV eight day timepiece wall clock Jonathan Norbury, Liverpool. Second quarter 19th Century The 12 in. daimeter convex dail signed JNO.NORBURY/Liverpool, the single line fusee movement
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Wall Clock
Sold for: 500 GBP
July 2008
A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY AND INLAID WHEEL BAROMETER Casmro Prada, High Wycombe With broken arch pediment, flowerhead and conch shell inlays with lines to the borders, thermometer to the trunk above
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 5,625 GBP
June 2008
A SCOTTISH REGENCY MAHOGANY BRACKET CLOCK BY REID & AULD, EDINBURGH, CIRCA 1810 With bran bezel and convex glass to white enamel Roman dial signed ´REID & CO./EDINBURGH´, replaced blue steel
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 600 GBP
June 2008
A Regency mahogany drop head wall clock with octagonal surround, the base with oval glass and applied carving to the sides, fitted a circular white enamel dial inscribed Keate, Chester, having an
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Wall Clock
Sold for: 1,625 GBP
June 2008
A Regency brass-mounted striking eight day table clock John Legg, Blechingley. Circa 1820 The stepped and chamfered top case with brass loop handles above brass fishscale sound frets, brass-lined
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Table Clock
Sold for: 375 GBP
June 2008
A GEORGE IV GILT-BRONZE MOUNTED MAHOGANY WALL BRACKET SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY Formerly a mantel clock bracket 12¾ in. (32.5 cm.) high; 13 in. (33 cm.) deep
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Wall Clock
Sold for: 8,050 EUR
May 2008
A GEORGE IV OAK GOTHIC REVIVAL STRIKING AND QUARTER-CHIMING BRACKET CLOCK, WITH WALL BRACKET JAMES MCCABE, ROYAL EXCHANGE, LONDON, NO. 3357. CIRCA 1830 The foliate engraved silvered dial with
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 5,250 GBP
May 2008
A REGENCY ORMOLU EIGHT DAY TIMEPIECE MANTEL CLOCK SEMAINE (THOMAS WEEKS), LONDON, CIRCA 1820 Modelled with a figure of a Centurion holding a shield, the base with cast relief mouldings depicting
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 4,750 GBP
May 2008
A George IV mahogany striking eight day table clock Parkinson and Frodsham, London, Circa 1830 The case with brass and ebonised inlay to the front and sides, the 6 in. diameter painted Roman dial
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Table Clock
Sold for: 8,750 GBP
April 2008
A REGENCY MAHOGANY BAROMETER BY WHITEHURST & SON, DERBY, EARLY 19TH CENTURY Of cylindrical shape, the arched moulded pediment above an engraved metal scale and a turned reeded half-column, above a
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 3,250 GBP
April 2008
A REGENCY BRASS-MOUNTED MAHOGANY STRIKING TABLE CLOCK Frodsham, London, circa 1820 The chamfer top case with pineapple finial, pierced brass sound frets to the sides, ebonised ripple mouldings,
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Table Clock
Sold for: 34,500 USD
March 2008
ANONYMOUS REGENCY MAHOGANY WALL CLOCK, ca 1810, with unmarked brass fusee driven movement and 14" diameter silvered dial engraved, Tho.s Mudge/Willm. Dutton/ London. As the clock is certainly ca
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Wall Clock
Sold for: 1,875 GBP
February 2008
A Regency mahogany and brass mounted bow-fronted stick barometer Dollond, London. Circa 1810 The case with stepped and moulded pediment, the trunk with brass moulding to the silvered and engraved
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 3,750 GBP
February 2008
A large Regency mahogany striking eight day bracket clock and bracket James Scott, Rochester. Circa 1820 The painted convex Roman dial with rubbed signature, the twin line and fusee movement with
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 5,625 GBP
February 2008
A Regency mahogany and brass-mounted striking eight day bracket clock on wall bracket Desbois & Wheeler, London, No.128. Circa 1815 The breakarch case with moulded cornice and waisted pediment,
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 46,100 GBP
February 2008
A Regency giant gilt-brass mounted mahogany quarter striking eight day turn-table musical organ clock Thwaites and Reed, London. Circa 1820 The massive case with turntable base and resting on a
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Table Clock
Sold for: 1,900 GBP
January 2008
A Regency mahogany bracket clock inlaid brass scrolls with carrying handles to the top, and eight-day striking movement by T B King, 48cm (19") high
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Bracket Clock
Sold for: 2,106 USD
January 2008
George IV mahogany tall case clock, early 19th c., the broken arch bonnet with stencil decorated panels, above an 8-day works, over a line inlaid case with fluted columns and ogee bracket feet, 94" h.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Tall Case Clock
Sold for: 936 USD
January 2008
Regency mahogany banjo barometer, 19th c., signed "A. Vigano", with floral and shell inlays, 39 1/2" h. Provenance: Estate of Oliver Ireton Shoemaker.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 1,063 GBP
January 2008
A Regency bronze and ormolu-mounted library timepiece Circa 1820 The bronze plinth with foliate cast mount and raised on later bun feet, Arabic chapter ring with matted centre and cut steel hands,
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
No Category
Sold for: 468 USD
January 2008
Regency mahogany banjo barometer, 19th c., signed "P. Salomon Guisbro", 38 1/4" h.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 878 USD
January 2008
Regency mahogany banjo barometer, 19th c., signed "Mattoni Sheffield", 38 1/2" h.
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 438 GBP
December 2007
A Regency mahogany and marquetry wheel barometer Farrelli, Northampton. Circa 1820 The engraved and silvered 8in. dial signed Farrelli Northampton/Warranted, with alcohol thermometer to the trunk;
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 875 GBP
December 2007
A Regency mahogany wheel barometer Early 19th Century The trunk with engraved and silvered thermometer, adjustable damp/dry scale, the 10in. engraved and silverd main dial, above engraved level
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer
Sold for: 6,000 GBP
December 2007
A Regency marble and ormolu-mounted eight day mantel timepiece French, London. Circa 1820 The clock flanked by muses emblematic of learning holding books, the central clock case resting on ormolu
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Mantel Clock
Sold for: 1,375 GBP
December 2007
A George IV mahogany and brass-mounted eight day striking table clock William Raven, Sheffield. Circa 1820 The white painted dial signed WM. RAVEN/SHEFFIELD, the twin line and fusee movement with
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Table Clock
Sold for: 625 GBP
December 2007
A George IV oak eight-day longcase clock Joseph Richmond, Gatehouse The 13 in. wide painted dial signed JOSH RICHMOND GATEHOUSE with subsidiary seconds and date chapters to the centre, the four
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Longcase Clock
Sold for: 80 GBP
November 2007
A Regency mahogany barometer and thermometer, in a banjo shaped case with humidity gauge and spirit level
GEORGE IV (Regency) (1762-1830)
Barometer