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Fine Clocks, Barometers and Scientific Instruments

Dreweatts 1759 This is a live online auction with auctioneer. For details on registration, bidding, viewing & condition reports, see “Important Information” link. Live Webcast Auction 24 Jun 2020 10:30 BST

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Newbury, Berkshire

Venue Address

  • Donnington Priory
  • Newbury
  • Berkshire
  • RG14 2JE
  • United Kingdom

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Currency: GBP
Buyer's premium Inc. VAT/sales tax: 30.00%
Online commission inc. VAT/sales tax: 6.00%

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A George III mahogany portable apothecaries dispensing cabinet Unsigned, late 18 th century The lid opening to reveal five...

A rare late Victorian or Edwardian electro-medical panel for electric shock therapies Karl Friedrich Schall, London, circa 1900 Wit...

Y Two Victorian medical electromagnetic shock generators of magnetos One by W. Matthews, London, late 19 th century The f...

A rare selection of Regency and Victorian laboratory electrostatic demonstration apparatus The friction plate generator stamped for J.H. F...

Three Wimshurst pattern electrostatic generating machines, Unsigned, early 20 th century The first with twin contra-rotat...

A large aluminium and Perspex Van de Graaff electrostatic generator W.B. Nicholson Scotland, mid 20 th century Constructed...

A collection of six laboratory electric induction coils Unsigned, early 20 th century The largest with 14 inch long by 7.5...

A large laboratory electric induction coil W. and J. George and Becker Limited, Birmingham and London, mid 20 th century E...

A Lord Kelvin type multicellular voltmeter Kelvin and James White Limited, Glasgow, circa 1900 The rectangular black japanned cast ...

A set of six blown glass Geissler tubes Unsigned, late 19 th century Each of differing complex shaped tube design with loo...

An Excelsior telegraphic date and time stamping machine Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph Company, New York, early 20th century ...

A rare WWI mahogany cased part B trench forward spark wireless radio transmitter Lavington, London, circa 1915 The rectangular grey...

A rare Air Ministry flameproof Morse key with spark indicator S.G. Brown Limited, London, No. 1969 circa 1910 The beam fitted with ...

Two rare pilot's wrist mounted 'aero hypsometers' J.H. Steward Limited, London, circa 1915 Each with circular silvered dial inscrib...

Two WWI military issue refracting telescopes and a presentation telescope Various makers, early 20 th century Each 2 inch...

A collection of pocket sighting compasses, inclinometers and other related instruments Various makers, late 19 th century and lat...

Four automobile aneroid barometers/altimeters, an anti-submarine patrol timer and a ship's trim spirit level Various makers, first half o...

A group of five gilt brass aneroid pocket barometers Various makers, late 19 th and early 20 th century Each with...

A French aneroid Holosteric barometer with thermometer Retailed by Ducatillon, Paris, circa 1860 The 4.75 inch circular sil...

A collection of aneroid barometers and in varying states of repair Various makers, late 19th and early 20 th century Compr...

An oak cased barograph with thermometer G. Lee and Son, Portsmouth, early 20th century The mechanism with seven segment aneroid c...

A French Bourdon pattern carved ebonised aneroid wheel barometer Jules Richard, Paris, Late 19 th century With visible gil...

An unusual mercury stick barometer with isothermal altitude scale Short and Mason Limited, London, first half of the 20 th centur...

Y A fine Victorian oxidised brass Fortin type mercury forecasting barometer George S. Wood, Liverpool, circa 1880 Constructed with...

A Regency mahogany mercury cistern tube marine stick barometer John Augustus, Falmouth, circa 1820 With brass suspension ring abov...

Y A Victorian rosewood mercury marine stick barometer Casella, London, circa 1860 With suspension ring to top over arched bevel-gl...

A George III mahogany mercury stick barometer Pedraglio, London, circa 1810 With open triangular pediment above line-edged glazed d...

A George III mahogany mercury stick barometer Charles Aiano, London, circa 1810 With open triangular pediment above line-edged glaz...

A George III mahogany mercury stick barometer Jonathan Illingworth, Hallifax, circa 1800 With elaborate 'whales tail' crest over gl...

A George III mahogany mercury stick barometer Unsigned, Late 18 th century With brass finials to the pagoda superstructure...

A French Louis XVI giltwood mercury wall barometer Unsigned, late 18 th century With mercury syphon tube and 8 inch ci...

Y A fine Regency mahogany bowfronted cistern tube mercury stick barometer Dollond, London, early 19th century With swan-neck ped...

A Regency mahogany mercury stick barometer William Harris and Company, London, early 19 th century With arched glazed door...

Y A Victorian rosewood mercury stick barometer G. Braham, Bath, circa 1850 The arch-glazed canted double ivory Vernier scales cali...

A 14 inch library table globe George Philip and Son Ltd, London circa 1920. The sphere applied with twelve coloured printed gores ...

An unusual 4 inch celestial globe C. Baker, London, early 20 th century The sphere applied with twelve printed gores mark...

Two George III brass refracting telescopes Jesse Ramsden, London, late 18 th century The first 1.5 inch two-draw with shut...

Three brass refracting telescopes One signed for Shuttleworth, London, late 18 th or early 19 th century The firs...

Two brass and leather refracting telescopes One by Dollond, London, 20 th century The first grey oxidised brass 2.75 inch ...

A late Victorian lacquered and patinated brass compound monocular microscope Unsigned, Late 19 th century The tube with ra...

An Austrian lacquered brass compound monocular microscope C. Reichert, Vienna, circa 1900 The telescopic tube with pivoted fine to...

A Victorian lacquered brass binocular microscope M. P. Tench, London, circa 1870 The bifurcated tube of Wenham type with rack and p...

Two lacquered brass compound drum microscopes Both unsigned, mid to late 19 th century Each focussing via body tube slidin...

Two identical French lacquered brass student's portable compound microscopes Unsigned, late 19 th century Each with rack a...

An unusual tradesman's miniature cut-away model of a Pulsometer steam pump The Pulsonometer Engineering Company Limited, London, circa 188...

Y George III shagreen etui of drawing instruments J. Bleuler, London, circa 1800 The tapered case with hinged lid enclosing fitte...

A German Augsburg pattern gilt brass portable equinoctial compass sundial Ludwig Theodor Muller, Augsburg, mid 18th century The re...

A French silver Butterfield portable horizontal compass sundial Michael Butterfield, Paris, circa 1700 The elongated octagonal pla...

A rare Charles I brass double-horizontal sundial plate Elias Allen, London, circa 1630-40 The 13 inch octagonal plate with inner cu...

A George III brass portable compass sundial and a pocket compass The sundial signed for C. Stedman, London, circa 1800 The cylindri...

An English brass portable universal inclining compass sundial Unsigned, early 19 th century The recessed silvered compass ...

A rare English simple altitude ring or 'poke' portable sundial Unsigned, circa 1700 Formed as a ring 1.5 inches in diameter fitted ...

A silver and tortoiseshell triple-cased verge pocket watch Edward Prior, London, circa 1875 The gilt full plate single fusee movem...

A fine George I verge pocket watch movement and dial John Bowen and John Masters, Bristol circa 1720 The full plate gilt movement...

A miniature silver cased verge pocket watch G.H. Warren, London, 1840 The gilt full plate single fusee verge movement with four Egy...

Five verge pocket watch movements Various makers, late 18 th century and later Comprising five gilt full plate single fuse...

Six lever pocket watch movements Various makers, 19 th century Comprising five gilt four plate fusee movements each with f...

Three chronograph pocket watch movements and a quarter-repeating movement All unsigned, Swiss, 20 th century In varying st...

A lever pocket chronograph pocket watch movement and dial Dent, London, early 20th century The frosted three-quarter plate jewelled...

A Victorian silver cased keyless lever centre seconds pocket chronograph with unusually signed dial Henry Potter, Red Hill, 1883 Th...

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