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Sewills Marine Radio Room Wall Clock

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Sewills Marine Radio Room Wall Clock

A Sewills Marine radio room wall clock with a quartz movement in good all original condition and working order.  The clock is on a wood base and weighs 1.081 kilos.  The wood base is 18 cm in diameter, the brass clock is 14.5 cm in diameter.  The dial is 9.5 cm in diameter.  Made by Sewills, Liverpool (established 1800), Made in England.

Price:  £135

 

Rare Smiths Miniature Marine Clock

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Rare Smiths Miniature Captain's Marine Clock c.1940s

A rare miniature Smiths Captain's Marine Clock in very good all original condition and working order.   The brass case is 9 cm in diameter (nearly 3").  The dial is 5.8 cm in diameter and is signed "Sestrel, F. Smith & Son, Southampton". The 4 - 5 day manual wind movement is signed "Smiths Clocks & Watches Ltd., Made in England".  It apparently comes from a Naval vessel and was purchased in Southampton.

 

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Seth Thomas Quartzmatic Ship's Bell Clock

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Seth Thomas Quartzmatic Ship's Bell Clock

A Seth Thomas Quartzmatic ships bell clock in good condition and working order.  The dial is 10 cm in diameter and is signed 'Seth Thomas, Quartzmatic, Ship's Bell, Made in Germany'.  It strikes every quarter. It has a brass case.

Price:  £295

 

H. Williamson Ltd. London Black Dial Military Pocket Watch c.1900

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H. Williamson Ltd. London Black Dial Military Pocket Watch c.1900

H. Williamson Ltd. London black dial military pocket watch in good all original condition and working order.  The dial  (4.3 cm in diameter) is signed H. Williamson Ltd., London, 10283F".  The case is 5.7 cm in diameter x 1.8 cm thick.  It has an English lever movement, 7 jewels, #430593. The inside on the screw back case is signed "Dennison Watch Case Co. #209675, Made in England" and the outer case has the military arrow with the number #10283F.  The side of the case has the same number #10283F.  There are some scratches on the crystal which do not detract from the overall look of the pocket watch.

Price:  £395

Henry Williamson, Ltd. owned a large watch factory in Coventry, England. They manufactured various American style movements, most of which appear to have been three quarter plate.  During WWI (1914-1918) Williamson provided a large number of 18 size, open faced, 7 jewel watches to the British Government. They also provided 8 day aviation time pieces to the Admiralty and the Royal Flying Corps.  Though the movements were made in Coventry, the dials are marked, “H. WILLIAMSON LTD LONDON” in two lines, along with the military issue number under the word, London.   The military issue number is found on the dial, on the outside edge of the case body and on the outside of the back cover under a broad arrow. This issue number is not the same as the movement serial number or the case maker’s number found inside these watches. The majority of Williamson military pocket watches were in British made nickel Dennison cases.
 

 

Marine Style FCC Precision Wall Clock

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Marine Style FCC Precision Wall Clock

A Marine wall clock in good all original condition and working order.  It is on a wooden base which is 18 cm in diameter.  The dial is 8.2 cm in diameter and signed 'FCC Precision, Quartz'

Price:  25

 

Schatz Royal Marine Ship's Bell Clock c.1960s

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Schatz Royal Marine Ship's Bell Clock c.1960s

In good all original condition and working order.   It chimes every half hour for a total of 8 “bells” for every 4 hours which is the standard Navy watch duration.  The brass case has some tarnishing from age and is 9.8 cm deep. The wooden ship's wheel is in very good condition and is approx. 33 cm in diameter.  The dial is 13 cm in diameter.  The regulator is above the 12.  There is a slight dent on the bell's key hole.  It has a thick bevelled glass.

Price:  £275

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Schatz Royal Mariner Clock

Two eight-day mechanical movements: one for the clock and one for the chimes to mark the time-honoured "Ship's Bells" naval watch system - four hours on, four hours off. Each half-hour is marked by an increasing number of strikes until "eight-bells" i.e., time to change over the watch.

Schatz is the leading manufacturer of classic ships' instruments, and one of very few that still make the mechanical chiming movements that were so familiar to the naval and merchant seaman of 100 years ago. They can sound out the fascinating "Ship's Bells" watchkeeping system of four hours on four hours off, striking one bell after the first half-hour, two after an hour and so on until the end of watch "eight bells" - time to change crew and start the pattern again.

 

 

A Ship's Wheel Wall Clock with Brass Handles

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A Vintage Ship's Wheel Wall Clock with Brass Handles

A nautical wall clock in good condition and working order.  The case is in brass coloured metal with solid brass handle with a glass crystal.  The clock is 29 cm in diameter and the dial is 17 cm in diameter. The movement takes a size L C-R14 battery.

Price:  £38

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Smiths Marine Wall Clock c.1970

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Smiths Marine Wall Clock c.1970

This is an early battery operated Smiths Marine wall clock in very good condition and working order.  It keeps very good time.  The dial is 14.5 cm in diameter, has a second hand sweep and is signed 'Smiths, Battery, Made in Great Britain' .  The clock is 11.5 cm deep on a wood wall mount.  The early battery movement requires a C R 14  1.5v battery.

Price:  £245

 

Helvetia Military Pocket Watch

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Helvetia Military Pocket Watch c.1940s

A chrome cased enamel dial Helvetia military pocket watch. This pocket watch is in need of attention or can be used for spares.  The dial is in very good condition as is the case and is 45 mm in diameter, the case is approx. 51 mm in diameter. The back is etched with the letters & numbers "GS/TP, P87750" with the military arrow.  The movement is signed "General Watch Co., Switzerland, Helvetia, Swiss Made, 32 A"

Price:  £40

 

Marine Style Wall Clock

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Marine Style Deck Wall Clock

A marine style deck wall clock in good condition and working order.  It has a quartz movement.  Brass case on a wood base.  The base is 21.5 cm in diameter and the dial is 12.2 cm in diameter. The logo on the dial is "United States Marine Corps".

Price:  £48

 

 
Vintage Royal Air Force Glass Paper Weight

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Vintage Royal Air Force Glass Paper Weight

A vintage Royal Air Force glass paper weight in very good all original condition.  It is 10.3 cm x 7.1 cm x 2.1 cm deep.

 

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W.W.III. R.A.F. Smiths/Jaeger LeCoultre "Time Of Trip" Chronograph Cockpit Clock. 1943

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W.W.II  R.A.F. Smiths/Jaeger LeCoultre 'Time Of Trip' Chronograph Cockpit Clock. 1943

A high quality Mk.IIIA  8 day 'Time of Trip' chronograph aircraft clock manufactured by the top Swiss manufacturer Jaeger LeCoultre and supplied to the Royal Air Force during W.W.II. by "S. Smith & Sons, London".  It actually runs for 4 to 6 days.

The clock of the first versions of the SPITFIRE was the Mk III Smith A, as seen in the manual of the aircraft, then known as Pilot Notes (picture marked #20), the movement of this clock is the famous Jaeger Chronoflite LeCoultre cal. 330, with elapsed time counter 

The clock has a black painted metal case with three buttons mounted on it's front. The left-hand button is used to wind the clock and set the hands, the right-hand button to start, stop and reset the chronograph function, and the centre button disables the small hands on the upper 'Time of Trip' dial. The dial is marked with alternate luminous numerals and luminous hands (luminous paint no longer active). At the twelve o'clock position is a smaller subsidiary dial which records the duration of a flight. Above the 6 o'clock position is a small red indicator which changes to white when centre button is turned, disabling the time of trip hands. The large sweep seconds hand records the seconds. The back of the case bears the British Royal crown  with the initials "A.M." (Air Ministry). The dial is 74 mm in diameter and is signed in black (which is only visible under a strong halogen lights "Mk.III - No. 415/38 - S. Smith & Sons (MA) Ltd. London - Ref No. 6A/ 676".  The clock is 95mm wide, in good condition and working order.  The mahogany case is 14.4 cm high x 13.4 cm wide x 4.8 cm deep.

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Early Seth Thomas Ship's Bulkhead Clock c.1900s

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Early Seth Thomas Ship's Bulkhead Clock c.1900s

An antique Seth Thomas ship's bulkhead clock aged but in very good condition and working order.  This clock would grace any marine collector's collection.  The brass case has a wooden back and is 16.5 cm in diameter. The dial is 14 cm in diameter.   It is a front keywind and has its own key. The back has some of the original paper still on it.

 

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