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Fine Clocks, Barometers and Scientific Instruments
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Venue address
Donnington Priory
Newbury, Berkshire
RG14 2JE
United Kingdom
Fine Clocks, Barometers and Scientific Instruments

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Auction dates
24 Jun 2020 10:30 BST
Viewing dates
18 Jun 2020 10:00 - 17:00 BST
19 Jun 2020 10:00 - 17:00 BST
22 Jun 2020 10:00 - 17:00 BST
23 Jun 2020 10:00 - 17:00 BST
Auction currency
GBP
Buyer's premium
25 % (exc. VAT)
Accepted cards
There are 191 lots within this auction
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A George III mahogany portable apothecaries dispensing cabinet, unsigned, late 18th century
750 GBP
300 - 500 GBP
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A rare late Victorian electro-medical panel, Karl Friedrich Schall, London, circa 1900
2,000 GBP
700 - 1,000 GBP
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Two Victorian medical electromagnetic magnetos, one by W. Matthews, London, late 19th century
70 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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A selection of electrostatic apparatus, the friction plate by J.H. Fox, early 19th century
650 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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Three Wimshurst pattern electrostatic generating machines, unsigned, early 20th century
320 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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A large Van de Graaff generator, W.B. Nicholson Scotland, mid 20th century
220 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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A collection of six laboratory electric induction coils, unsigned, early 20th century
350 GBP
200 - 400 GBP
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A large laboratory electric induction coil, W. and J. George and Becker Limited, mid 20th century
220 GBP
250 - 350 GBP
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A Lord Kelvin type multicellular voltmeter, Kelvin and James White Limited, Glasgow, circa 1900
0 GBP
70 - 100 GBP
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A set of six blown glass Geissler tubes, Unsigned, late 19th century
300 GBP
100 - 200 GBP
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An ‘Excelsior’ telegraphic date and time stamping machine, Gamewell, New York, early 20th century
0 GBP
250 - 350 GBP
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A WWI part B trench forward spark wireless radio transmitter, Lavington, London, circa 1915
0 GBP
400 - 600 GBP
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An Air Ministry flameproof Morse key with spark indicator, S.G. Brown Limited, London, circa 1910
0 GBP
180 - 250 GBP
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Two rare pilot’s wrist mounted ‘aero hypsometers’, J.H. Steward Limited, London, circa 1915
500 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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Two WWI military issue refracting telescopes and one other, various makers, early 20th century
200 GBP
120 - 180 GBP
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A collection of pocket sighting compasses, various makers, late 19th century and later
300 GBP
180 - 250 GBP
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Four automobile barometers, an anti U-boat timer and a ship's trim spirit level, early 20th century
280 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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A group of five aneroid pocket barometers, various makers, late 19th and early 20th century
550 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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A French aneroid ‘Holosteric’ barometer with thermometer , Retailed by Ducatillon, Paris, circa 1860
220 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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A collection of aneroid barometers and in varying states of repair, late 19th and early 20th century
400 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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An oak cased barograph with thermometer, G. Lee and Son, Portsmouth, early 20th century
400 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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A Bourdon type carved ebonised aneroid wall barometer, Jules Richard, Paris, Late 19th century
350 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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A stick barometer with isothermal altitude scale, Short and Mason, London, early 20th century
80 GBP
100 - 200 GBP
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A Victorian oxidised brass Fortin type forecasting barometer, George S. Wood, Liverpool, circa 1880
3,000 GBP
1,200 - 1,800 GBP
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A Regency mahogany cistern tube marine stick barometer, John Augustus, Falmouth, circa 1820
600 GBP
700 - 900 GBP
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A Victorian rosewood mercury marine stick barometer, Casella, London, circa 1860
420 GBP
400 - 600 GBP
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A George III mahogany mercury stick barometer, Pedraglio, London, circa 1810
400 GBP
400 - 600 GBP
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A George III mahogany mercury stick barometer, Charles Aiano, London, circa 1810
0 GBP
600 - 800 GBP
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A George III mahogany mercury stick barometer, Jonathan Illingworth, Hallifax, circa 1800
130 GBP
120 - 180 GBP
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A George III mahogany mercury stick barometer, unsigned, Late 18th century
100 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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A French Louis XVI giltwood mercury wall barometer, unsigned, late 18th century
0 GBP
700 - 1,000 GBP
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A Regency mahogany bowfronted mercury stick barometer, Dollond, London, early 19th century
2,400 GBP
1,200 - 1,800 GBP
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A Regency mahogany mercury stick barometer, William Harris and Company, London, early 19th century
600 GBP
800 - 1,200 GBP
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A Victorian rosewood mercury stick barometer, G. Braham, Bath, circa 1850
420 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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A 14 inch library table globe, George Philip and Son Ltd, London circa 1920.
0 GBP
700 - 1,000 GBP
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An unusual 4 inch celestial globe, C. Baker, London, early 20th century
600 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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Two George III brass refracting telescopes, Jesse Ramsden, London, late 18th century
700 GBP
100 - 200 GBP
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Three brass refracting telescopes, one signed for Shuttleworth, London, circa 1800
120 GBP
100 - 200 GBP
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Two brass and leather refracting telescopes, one by Dollond, London, 20th century
190 GBP
100 - 200 GBP
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A late Victorian brass compound monocular microscope, unsigned, Late 19th century
400 GBP
150 - 250 GBP
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An Austrian lacquered brass compound monocular microscope, C. Reichert, Vienna, circa 1900
110 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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A Victorian lacquered brass binocular microscope, M. P. Tench, London, circa 1870
420 GBP
350 - 450 GBP
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Two lacquered brass compound drum microscopes, both unsigned, mid to late 19th century
120 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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Two French brass student’s portable microscopes, unsigned, late 19th century
140 GBP
70 - 100 GBP
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A miniature Pulsometer steam pump, The Pulsonometer Engineering Co. Ltd., London, circa 1880
400 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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George III shagreen etui of drawing instruments, J. Bleuler, London, circa 1800
220 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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A German gilt brass portable equinoctial compass sundial , Ludwig T. Muller
280 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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A French silver portable horizontal compass sundial, Michael Butterfield, Paris, circa 1700
1,100 GBP
1,200 - 1,800 GBP
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A rare Charles I brass double-horizontal sundial plate, Elias Allen, London, circa 1630-40
2,000 GBP
1,500 - 2,000 GBP
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A George III brass pocket sundial and a compass, the sundial signed C. Stedman, London, circa 1800
120 GBP
100 - 150 GBP
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An English brass portable universal inclining compass sundial , unsigned, early 19th century
180 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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A rare English simple altitude ring or 'poke' portable sundial , unsigned, circa 1700
130 GBP
150 - 250 GBP
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A silver and tortoiseshell triple-cased verge pocket watch, Edward Prior, London, circa 1875
0 GBP
700 - 900 GBP
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A George I verge pocket watch movement and dial, John Bowen and John Masters, Bristol circa 1720
300 GBP
300 - 500 GBP
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A miniature silver cased verge pocket watch, G.H. Warren, London, 1840
160 GBP
180 - 250 GBP
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Five verge pocket watch movements , various makers, late 18th century and later
130 GBP
120 - 180 GBP
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Six lever pocket watch movements , various makers, 19th century
0 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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Three chronograph watch movements and another quarter-repeating, all unsigned, Swiss, 20th century
170 GBP
80 - 120 GBP
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A lever pocket chronograph pocket watch movement and dial, Dent, London, early 20th century
350 GBP
200 - 300 GBP
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A Victorian silver keyless lever pocket chronograph with unusual dial, Henry Potter, Red Hill, 1883
170 GBP
120 - 180 GBP
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