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  • Webster Thirty-hour Tall Clock

    Lot: 1144
    Sold for: $221$180

    Webster Thirty-hour Tall Clock, Salop, England, composite brass dial with chapter ring marked "Webster, Salop," quarter-sawn oak case, brass thirty-hour time and strike pull-up movement powered by a ...

  • Webster Thirty-hour Tall Clock

    Lot: 1421
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    Webster Thirty-hour Tall Clock, Salop, England, composite brass dial with chapter ring marked "Webster, Salop," quarter-sawn oak case, brass thirty-hour time and strike pull-up movement powered by a ...

  • W. Gittens Inlaid Mercury Stick Barometer

    Lot: 1049
    Sold for: $234$190

    W. Gittens Inlaid Mercury Stick Barometer, United Kingdom, 19th century, arch-top pediment over the hinged silvered dial door marked "W. Gittens/Salop," with exposed glass mercury tube, lg. 38 ...

  • Two Framed Hand-colored Engravings

    Lot: 1772
    Sold for: $62$50

    Two Framed Hand-colored Engravings, 19th century, Giller's John Mytton, Esquire, Halston, Salop and George Hunt's The Cambridge Telegraph, ht. to 24 3/4, wd. to 30 3/4 in. ...

  • Samuel Harley Mahogany and Oak Tall Case Clock

    Lot: 421
    Sold for: $1,169$950

    Samuel Harley Mahogany and Oak Tall Case Clock, Shropshire, England, c. 1790, the swan's neck pediment with carved rosettes, floral-decorated glass panels above the glazed hood door, fluted ...

  • Mahogany Inlaid Banjo Barometer

    Lot: 772
    Sold for: $178$150

    Mahogany Inlaid Banjo Barometer, England, 19th century, shell and floral inlay, broken arch pediment, silvered dial inscribed L. Gianna, Salop., lg. 38 1/4 in. ...

  • Two Tiles: Craven Dunnill Tile Company

    Lot: 30
    Sold for: $889$750

    Two Tiles: Craven Dunnill Tile Company Glazed earthenware Jackfield, Shropshire, England, late 19th/ early 20th century Depicting a lady with two cherubs in various pursuits, in brown glaze, both ...