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Renaissance

Pennington, Pendleton and others / Thomas Mudge, London, circa 1796


Pennington, Pendleton and others / Thomas Mudge, London, circa 1796 A one day ship's chronometer of museum quality, built according to the designs of Thomas Mudge

Estimate
380.000 - 450.000 €

Realised
471.200 €

Clemens Riefler, München, No. 591, Type A3, circa 1944


Clemens Riefler, München, No. 591, Type A3, circa 1944 Astronomical precision regulator with gravity escapement

Estimate
55.000 - 70.000 €

Realised
68.200 €

John Arnold, London, Inv. et Fecit, circa 1797


John Arnold, London, Inv. et Fecit, circa 1797 An important pocket chronometer "of the Best Kind" with spring detent escapement and Arnold's ZO balance

Estimate
50.000 - 70.000 €

Realised
143.900 €

Paul Philip Barraud, Cornhill, London, circa 1802


Paul Philip Barraud, Cornhill, London, circa 1802 An important ship's chronometer of museum quality, built according to the designs of Thomas Mudge

Estimate
200.000 - 250.000 €

Realised
272.800 €

Louis Berthoud, No. 48, circa 1797


Louis Berthoud, No. 48, circa 1797 An important, very fine, small ship's chronometer with pivoted detent escapement of Louis Berthoud

Estimate
65.000 - 80.000 €

Realised
70.700 €

Lory à Paris, circa 1823


Lory à Paris, circa 1823 A most important and extremely fine astronomical pendulum clock

Estimate
80.000 - 100.000 €

Realised
189.100 €

"John Harrison"


 John Harrison An important full size replica of John Harrisons first sea clock "H 1" in museum quality

Estimate
280.000 - 300.000 €

Realised
366.000 €

Clemens Riefler, Nesselwang, circa 1884


Clemens Riefler, Nesselwang, circa 1884 An important, in museum quality, astronomical precision seconds pendulum clock

Estimate
150.000 - 200.000 €

Realised
177.700 €

Charles Cummins, London, circa 1853


Charles Cummins, London, circa 1853 An unusual English precision seconds pendulum clock

Estimate
12.000 - 15.000 €

Realised
77.550 €

Charles Oudin & Cie., circa 1860


Charles Oudin & Cie., circa 1860 An extraordinary precision table regulator of museum quality with gravity escapement and constant force

Estimate
20.000 - 30.000 €

Realised
26.050 €

Robert Robin, Hger du Roi à Paris, circa 1790


Robert Robin, Hger du Roi à Paris, circa 1790 Astronomical precision table clock of museum quality

Estimate
50.000 - 80.000 €

Realised
90.550 €

Henri Motel, Horloger de la Marine, circa 1840


Henri Motel, Horloger de la Marine, circa 1840 An important, very fine ship's chronometer

Estimate
22.000 - 26.000 €

Realised
27.900 €

Breguet et fils, circa 1830


Breguet et fils, circa 1830 An important, rare ship's chronometer

Estimate
13.000 - 17.000 €

Realised
16.150 €

Berthoud à Paris, circa 1795


Berthoud à Paris, circa 1795 An important table regulator with half hour strike, of museum quality with day/date indication and central second

Estimate
36.000 - 42.000 €

Realised
44.650 €

Uhrenfabrik Union Glashütte in Sachsen / Franz Lidecke, circa 1911


Uhrenfabrik Union Glashütte in Sachsen / Franz Lidecke, circa 1911 A rare, very fine ship's chronometer with 56h power reserve

Estimate
13.000 - 16.000 €

Realised
16.150 €

Breguet à Paris, circa 1820


Breguet à Paris, circa 1820 An important, rare ship's chronometer manufactured in best movement quality "Garde Temps"

Estimate
15.000 - 20.000 €

Realised
24.400 €

Lepaute à Paris, circa 1807


Lepaute à Paris, circa 1807 An important precision regulator with equation of time table and four seconds remontoir of museum quality

Estimate
35.000 - 45.000 €

Realised
45.150 €

James-C. Pellaton, circa 1946


James-C. Pellaton, circa 1946 A table chronometer of museum quality with 1-minute-tourbillon

Estimate
100.000 - 150.000 €

Realised
148.700 €

James-C. Pellaton, circa 1947


James-C. Pellaton, circa 1947 An important small table chronometer with tourbillon

Estimate
50.000 - 65.000 €

Realised
74.450 €

Sigmund Riefler, circa 1906


Sigmund Riefler, circa 1906 An important precision seconds pendulum regulator in an Art Nouveau case

Estimate
45.000 - 55.000 €

Realised
62.250 €

Patek Philippe, Genève, circa 1975


Patek Philippe, Genève, circa 1975 T3 master clock system

Estimate
6.500 - 8.500 €

Realised
10.550 €

Clemens Riefler, Munich, circa 1922


Clemens Riefler, Munich, circa 1922 Astronomical precision seconds pendulum regulator with Riefler's gravity escapement

Estimate
55.000 - 60.000 €

Realised
61.800 €

Gallonde à Paris, circa 1780


Gallonde à Paris, circa 1780 An extremely rare early mobile precision regulator used by the Brest Naval Academy

Estimate
15.000 - 20.000 €

Realised
19.250 €

Inventée par Ferdinand Berthoud, circa 1770


Inventée par Ferdinand Berthoud, circa 1770 Extremely rare and important experimental journey precision regulator in a Louis XVI cabinet

Estimate
40.000 - 50.000 €

Realised
103.000 €