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Pocket Watch in Silver Case by Dumbill, 1800-1834
Verge watch in silver pair case by Jos. Dumbill, Prescot, no.416, silver top plate, centre seconds, hall marked, 1800-1834
Verge watch in case of special form
Verge watch in pinchbeck case of special form without any hinges, by Josh Bosley, London, no.577, patent regulator (back of case loose), 1718-1755, donated by Evan Roberts in 1916
Repeating Pocket Watch by Daniel Quare, 1705-1715
Repeating watch by Quare, 1705-1715
Swiss or French movement with horizontal escapement including "Jumper" mechanism
Swiss or French movement with horizontal escapement including "Jumper" mechanism, damaged (cylinder broken), incomplete (dial etc. missing) no.390, 1801-1900
Pocket watch in silver case
Cylinder watch, no. 3478, in silver case, silver automatic dial, by Vaucher, 1785-1790. Damaged, spring broken.
Combined Watch Pedometer, English, 1795-1805
Patented combined watch and pedometer, cord operated, in fitted pocket watch case, by Ralph Gout, London, England, 1799-1805.
18 carat gold detached level p
18 carat gold detached level pocket watch, made by Thomas & John Ollivant, Manchester, C.1829
Pocket Watch in Silver Case by James Ryland, 1795-1805
Watch in silver pair case by James Ryland, Ormskirk, no.646, club-footed verge. Dial marked "John Atherton, Maghull", 1795-1805
Pocket watch with silver inner case
Verge watch in silver inner case (outer case missing), silver plate and cock, no. 166, by Thomas Dwerrihouse, Garston, Liverpool, England, hallmarked 1774.
Verge watch in case with pendulum balance
Verge watch in pinchbeck shagreen case (damaged), by A. Juhan, Dortdrecht, pendulum balance, 1776, donated by Evan Roberts in 1916
Verge watch with inner and outer cases
Verge watch in silver inner case, shagreen outer case, by Isaac Rogers, London, 1776-1839, no.20138, hall marked, duty paid, 1796. (Part of shagreen covering missing)
Verge watch with case
Verge watch in pinchbeck and tortoiseshell case by Danl. Delander, 1692-1730, London, no.228 (base damaged, minute hand missing), donated by Evan Roberts in 1916
Pocket watch in silver gilt case with calendar dial
Lever watch, no. 124, in silver gilt case, calendar dials back and front, by Richard Clarke, London, England, 1790-1810.
Cylinder watch in case
Cylinder watch in pinchbeck case by P. Durrand, London, 1801-1825, no.2 (spring broken), donated by Evan Roberts in 1916
Pocket Watch in Silver Case by Thomas Earnshaw, No 4776, 1815-1831
Lever watch in silver case by Thos. Earnshaw, 119 High Holborn, London, no.4776, case hall marked 1831 (glass missing)
Silver Repeater Pocket Watch by Ellicott and Smith, 1830-1843
Repeater watch, cylinder escapement, in silver case by Ellicott, London, no.5083, horizontal, case hall marked 1843, out of order.
Duplex watch in triple case
Duplex watch in triple pinchbeck case by Chas. Haley, London, 1762-1800, no.1341, donated by Evan Roberts in 1916
Pocket watch in pinchbeck and tortoiseshell case
Pocket watch in pinchbeck tortoiseshell case, locking plate, verge (minute hand missing), by Nath Barrow, London, England, 1675-1685.
Pocket watch belonging to J.C. Lettsom
Pocket watch, with gold plated inner and outer case, and silver casing for mechanism bearing name of owner, belonged to J.C. Lettsom, 1774-1802
Pocket Watch with Tourbillon Mechanism, 1850-1910
Swiss lever watch with tourbillon movement, 1850-1910
Geneva independent centre seconds movement
Geneva independent centre seconds movement, horizontal escapement, seconds hand missing, damaged, 1801-1900, Switzerland, donated by Evan Roberts in 1916
Quarter Repeating Pocket Watch in Gold Case, 1905-1915
Quarter-repeating lever chronograph watch, 1905-1915
Oval Pocket Watch in Brass Case, 1625-1635
Oval watch by Richard Jackson, 1625-1635. It is decorated with a Tudor rose design on the back.
Gold pocket watch and chain possibly owned by James Symes
Gold pocket watch and chain, hallmarked 1768, by H.P.C. and by Mackay and Chisholm, 57 Princes Street, Edinburgh, Scotland. Possibly owned by James Symes, Joseph Lister's father-in-law.
Alarm watch movement with French verge escapement
Alarm watch movement with French verge escapement, by Japy, with wire gong, Frederic Japy, Beaucourt, France, 1749-1813, donated by Evan Roberts in 1916
Pocket Watch in Gold Case with Painted Dial, 1810-1880
Clock watch, verge escapement, in gold case, plate engraved "Pour Eugenic Ferro in Treviso" French verge ( broken) bell, repeater, dial painted with Father Tissie, 1810-1880
Bar movement with Geneva lever escapement
Bar movement with Geneva lever escapement no.16670, incomplete, 1801-1900, Switzerland, donated by Evan Roberts in 1916
Model by Dent of mechanism for setting hands and w
Model by Dent of mechanism for setting hands and winding up a keyless watch
Movement with rack-lever escapement no.4824, R. Ro
Movement with rack-lever escapement no.4824, R. Roskell, Lancashire, England, 1800-1830, donated by Even Roberts in 1916
French verge movement
French verge movement by Breguet, no.999, damaged, France, 1775-1800, donated by Evan Roberts in 1916
Silver chaise watch
Silver chaise watch with double Virgule Escapement, by Demange, Europe, 1850-1900. Repeating and alarm trains missing.
Verge watch with inner and outer cases
Verge watch in pinchbeck inner case, tortoiseshell outer case, by Tho. Tompion and Edw. Banger, 1639-1713, donated by Evan Roberts, London, no.3589, 1916
Duplex watch in case
Duplex watch in silver case by Grant, Fleet St., London, 1809-1868, no.5096. Hallmarked 1811, donated by Evan Roberts in 1916
Cylinder watch in case
Cylinder watch in silver case by Thos. Savage, London, 1797-1825, no.21234, hall marked 1890 (glass missing), donated by Evan Roberts in 1916
Cylinder watch in pinchbeck case by Geo. Graham, L
Cylinder watch in pinchbeck case by George Graham, London, movement number.5925 (hands missing and spring broken), 1688-1751. Donated by Evan Roberts in 1916.
Verge repeating watch
Verge repeating watch, by James De Baufre, 1713-1750, No.541. (Incomplete: hands, hour wheel etc. missing. Not in working order),donation from Webber C. E., London, United Kingdom, 1914
Verge watch in pinchbeck pair case
Verge watch in pinchbeck pair case, by Jeremi Martin, London, 1680-1697, gift from E. Roberts, 1916
Cylinder repeater in case
Repeater in silver case by Ellicott Taylor, no.9307, ruby cylinder, hall marked 1896. ( Re-cased and unfinished, hour hand missing), London, 1800-1840, donated by Evan Roberts in 1916
Pocket Watch in Triple Case by Quare, 1705-1720
Verge watch in pinchbeck triple case by Dan. Quare, London, no.4559, 1705-1720
Watch in case with Marsh's escapement
Watch in silver case, by Thos. Marsh, London, no.102, going barrel, Marsh's escapement ( re-cased), 1770-1811, donated by Evan Roberts in 1916
Cylinder watch in silver pair case
Cylinder watch in silver pair case, no. 597, by Thomas Mudge and William Dutton, London, England, hall marked 1759.
Verge watch with case
Verge watch in pinchbeck and tortoiseshell consular case by D. Quare, 1648-1724, donated by Evan Roberts, London, no.2393, 1916
Pocket Watch with Shagreen Outer Case by Thomas Mudge, 1730-1750
Verge watch in pinchbeck inner case, shagreen outer case, by Thos. Mudge, London, no.31 ( damaged, endstone missing), 1730-1750
Pocket watch with Tortoiseshell Outer Case.
Cylinder watch in pinchbeck inner case, tortoiseshell (damaged) outer case by L. Kendall, London, no.B and u (endstone missing), 1740-1780
Pocket Watch in Silver Case by Thierry, 1685-1695
Large quarter-repeating verge watch by Thierry a Caen, No.401, with silver bridge-cock, visible curved rack regulator, 1685-1695. Winding through dial. In silver pierced case with champleve dial
Verge watch by Johannes van Ceulen of the Hague, 1690-1700.
Verge watch in silver pair case by Johannes van Ceulen of the Hague, 1690-1700.
Red leather covered case with velvet lining for pocket watch
Red leather covered wooden case with red silk and velvet lining for gold pocket watch formerly belonging to Lord Lister, 1853.
Duplex Pocket Watch in Silver Case by Molyneux and Sons, 1815-1830
Duplex watch in silver hunter case by Molyneux and Sons, no.1368. Hall marked 1830 ( seconds hand missing)
Pocket watch, Caledonian Railway
Pocket Watch, Caledonian Railway, silver, Roman face, on reverse "368 The Property of the Caledonian Railway Co".