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Ewin Bowers & Sons ships clock, mounted in a teak ships wheel, plaque reads Ex Sydney harbour Tug ' Lindfield';the Lindfield listed in the shipping register built 1920

An 8 day German ships clock by Schatz, brass with rope decoration, early 20th century, 12 cm diameter

Seth Thomas U.S. Maritime Commission ships clock in black finished metal case, 19.5 cm diameter

An antique brass ships clock, dial signed Walsh, & Sons, Melbourne, with silvered engraved dial, 8 day movement. Diameter 17.5 cm

Brass ships clock Chandris line with ships wheel measures 21 cm clock and 58 cm wheel

Smiths Astral ship's bulk head wall clock, with 8 day movement, 8 cm diameter dial approx.

Kew Pattern Marine Barometer by Negretti & Zambra of London. Recognized and used as the standard on ships and Observatories, range 870-1100 mb. includes attached 'Gold Scale' (named after Lt. Col. Gold of the Harrison clock fame) Mark IV also by Negretti,

A brass cased ship's clock, 20th century, the dial 16.5 cm diameter

A ships clock 'Smiths Astral', made in England. 18 cm diameter.

Seth Thomas brass cased ships clock. (Running. Unserviced). Diameter 18 cm

A Seth Thomas Bakelite cased ship's clock, circa 1945 with an Arabic numeral dial, the dial 20.2 cm diameter

A Seth Thomas brass cased ship's clock, with an eight day movement, the circular dial with Roman numerals and arcaded Arabic seconds, replaced hands, with key, the dial 15.2 cm diameter

A set Thomas brass cased ship's clock with external bell with an eight day movement and a silvered Roman numeral dial and subsidiary seconds, with key, the dial 15 cm diameter

A brass mounted 'Seth Thomas' ships clock, American, late 19th century, 29 cm high

Schatz ships bell clock. Clock & bell mounted on wall plate, with key & instruction book. Estate late Douglas Osborne Hawke.

Langford & Sons Bristol quay ships clock gimbel in timber case, with a key. Dimensions of case. 19 x 18 x 18 cm

A brass cased ships clock with an enamelled Roman numeral dial, (scratches and hairlines to dial, overall wear), 16 cm diameter

An Edwardian nickel and brass cased eight day bulk head ships clock, D. McGregor & Co Ltd 23.5 cm diameter

A brass and timber mounted 8 day ships clock, by Zenith 16.5 cm diameter

A small early 20th century Waltham ships clock in three tier mahogany case. Up/down dials, blue steel hands.15 jewel keyless movement. Lever escapement. Heavy brass case and suspended in gimbal fittings. Height 15 cm. Length 15 cm. Depth 15 cm

A ship's nickel plated brass bulkhead clock with turned mahogany back. Eight day. English movement with pin -pallet escapement. Silver dial marked 'Celeste'. Height 20 cm

A World War II brass cased ship's clock with white enamel dial, Roman numerals and red sweep seconds hand. Working order with key. Provenance: The vendor's father, a submariner acquired this from Operational Submarine No. 242. Diameter 20 cm

Schatz ships clock. Running but unserviced.

A circular ships clock by Edwin Bowers & Sons, Sydney, 24 cm diameter

A brass US Navy 24 hour ship's clock Chelsea clock Co Boston circular set in a brass mount with a black 24 hour dial, together with a vacuum gauge and a small German clock, 25 cm diameter

A brass cased ships clock from the S.S Ngakuta Heath & Co Ltd, new Eltham, London set in a brass case with a Roman numeral enamel dial, together with another ships clock from the M. V. Sydney Trader, 18 cm diameter

A brass cased Smiths Astral ship's clock, the circular dial with Arabic numerals and sweep seconds hand, on circular mahogany plinth back. Extreme diameter 30 cm, working order, with key.