The BHI have had the following items notified as STOLEN. If you are offered any of these items for sale please contact the person whose details appear on that entry. If you have had a watch or clock stolen please e-mail us with the details and we will put them on this page.
Stolen from residence in Co.Durham 22/11/05.
Turn of the century European Mantle clock. Gothic style, silver & rosewood. 36" high, 30Kg. 4 columns twisted silver with castellated tops and dragon head feet. Heraldic shield on front. Face- twisted siver surround, red fabric behind. Reward offered. Sarah White. 07840 348 495 firstname.lastname@example.org
STOLEN - MAHOGANY REPEATER FUSEE STRIKING MOVEMENT, 19TH CENTURY BRACKET CLOCK.
On Sunday 16th October in the Doncaster area. 15 Inches high x 12 Inches wide x 6 Inches deep. 8 day - Double Graduated Fusee Movement.Silvered Domed Dial. Strike/Silent lever Dome. Brass Carrying Handle. Brass edging to glass in front domed door. Clear glass rear door. brass freeted panels. Brass edged panels in domed top.. Four angled brass feet. The repeater activator is in the right hand side of the case.. The pendulum has a restraining travelling bracket on decorated rear movement.
Crime Reference number: A/134206/2005 Tel: 01302-852833
Stolen from Lindfield, West Sussex on Friday 29th April 2005 the clock face and workings of a longcase clock by Richard Flood, C.1750. Any information please call Liz Hough on 01825 790554
06/05/05 Crime No.ND/10707/04 DC Rob Watson 1154 01327-303134
18th Century stained fruitwood bracket clock. An early 18th Century stained fruitwood bracket clock, the glazed, silvered and brass dial with a circlet of Roman and Arabic numerals with striking movement, date aperture and false pendulum aperture with strike or not strike and faster or slower dials and cherub mask lower spandrels, the caddy-top case with carrying handle and panelled sides filled with pressed pierced giltmetal, the movement with an engraved backplate and repeat, signed face and backplate Edw.Burgis, Londini fecit. 17" high.
18th Century parcel-gilt and green-japanned bracket clock. An early 18th Century parcel-gilt and green-japanned bracket clock, the silvered and brass dial with a circlet of Roman and Arabic numerals, matt centre, striking movement, date aperture, false pendulum aperture and scrolled crown and sceptre spandrels, the case with caddy-top and decorated with chinoiserie motifs and figures, the dial signed "Markwick Londini" with bright-cut scrolling foliate backplate. 14" high.
George I ebony mantel clock A George I ebony mantel clock with brass and polished steel dial signed David Hubert London, with date aperture and engraved movement also signed, the arched case with five pillars, carrying-handle on bun feet. (later hands) 13" high.
19th Century French Charles X ormolu and bronze mantel clock. A Charles X ormolu and bronze mantel clock with glazed circular enamel dial, the arched plinth base supported by an angel, the sides with winged flaming torches on stepped mottled green marble base and bun feet. 15" high.
28/04/05 STOLEN All the metal work, dial, movement, pendulum, and weights of a J. WINDELLS Longcase Clock from E.J.B. Copping Tel: 01963-220768. The dial of the clock is easily indentifiable, it was made at the time when arched dials were replacing square dials, the square dial has had an arch added to it, which is held in place by two brass straps.
Contact: Mr. E. Copping 4 Malmsbury Court Abbey Manor Close Yeovil Somerset BA21 2ST
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