Set of seven small clocks from the late 19th... - Lot 422 - Le Floc'h

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Set of seven small clocks from the late 19th... - Lot 422 - Le Floc'h
Set of seven small clocks from the late 19th or early 20th century comprising:



- Small brass travel clock, the white enamelled dial signed Charles OUDIN, the hours with Roman numerals, the minutes with Arabic numerals. The front, the top and the back with bevelled glass leaving the movement visible, count wheel at the top. The mobile handle.

In its red leather case, the interior dark mauve velvet (stains).

Height : 9 cm. 9 cm - Width : 6,5 cm - Depth : 6,5 cm



- Brass clock sheathed in red leather with the number LR stamped with a count's crown. The white enamelled dial indicating the hours in Roman numerals (restorations).

In its case signed MOUTOT rue Daunou in Paris, opening by a door decorated with the figure LR stamped with the same.

Height : 7 cm - Width : 2 cm. 7 cm - Width : 6 cm - Depth : 5 cm



- LEUCHARS & SON.

Wedding clock in red leather with a ducal crown. The brass dial decorated with the names Gabriel and Odile, the minute track (small oxidation, wear).

In its beige leather case (wear).

Height : 7 cm. : 7 cm - Width : 7 cm - Depth : 5 cm



- Silvered metal carriage watch, the white enamelled dial, the hours in Roman numerals, the minute track. A window for the seconds at 6 o'clock. The hands in blued steel. Clasp (oxidation).

In its red leather case (wear).

Case : Diameter : 7,5 cm - Case : Height : 12,5 cm - Width : 5 cm. 12.5 cm - Width : 11.5 cm - Depth : 3.5 cm



- Small brass desk calendar covered with black leather resting on four small flattened balls. The dial indicates the days of the week and the date (worn, missing).

Height : 8 cm. : 8 cm - Width : 5 cm - Depth : 3,5 cm



- Brass officer's clock, the white enamelled dial signed Charles OUDIN / Horloger de la Marine de l'Etat, located Palais-Royal 52 Paris, the hours in Roman numerals, the minutes in Arabic numerals, the alarm window in the lower part. Ringing on demand. All the faces in bevelled glass leaving the movement visible.

In its wine-leather case, the interior darkened with purple velvet (insolation, wear).

Height 16.5 cm - Width : 11.5 cm - Depth : 11 cm



- A dark wood veneer clock with light wood fillets. The silvered dial, the hours in Roman numerals, the minute track, the Bréguet hands. The mechanism comes from a gousset watch signed Jean-Baptiste BAILLON in PARIS, numbered 2166, finely chased cock movement (wear of the dial).

In its red leather case, the removable front decorated with a star, the upper part provided with a mobile brass handle (wear).

Total height : 17 cm - Width : 14 cm - Depth : 11 cm

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