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A sterling silver replica of a Saxon pocket sundial, 1975 London, with indistinct maker's mark, with associated papers, modelled on the tablet style sundial set with green jewels originally found in the cloisters of canterbury Cathedral in 1938’s

A Victorian engraved bronze sundial by Francis Barker & Son London, circa 1850, of typical form with engraved Roman numerals and branded cartouche

A cast iron sun dial. The hexagonal column on a pierced base. 61 cm high, 33 cm wide

A Gilbert & Sons, London, sundial and compass in timber case

Rare antique portable sun dial circa 1780-1805, gilt brass case, with silvered dial marked for Fraser of London, 9 cm diameter

A 19th century, English bronze sundial 30 x 30 cm

Cased sterling silver pocket sundial, a replica of the one found at Canterbury Cathedral dating to c.980

A clock modelled in the manner of a table globe, the hemispherical brass case seated in a flat ring decorated with gilt astrological symbols on a turquoise blue ground, raised on three brass turned supports from a mahogany ring plinth, with fusee movement,

Georgian bronze sundial plate. Hand-chased chapter with fleur-de-lys at the half hours. Engraved, 'Thomas Dawes, Northampton,' c. 1750, on later pedestal, (which could be discarded for international delivery). Diameter 40 cm. Height 22 cm (pate to gnomen -

A Chinese brass portable sundial in original box, circa 1900

A pocket brass sundial the half spherical cover lifts to reveal a floating dial supported in a circular brass base, maker unknown. diameter 4.5 cm. Height 2.5 cm

Brass cased pocket sundial compass with its original circular cardboard box

A brass pocket equinoctial sundial, German, 18th century, of octagonal form, with engraved brass plate, inset with compass, hinged hour ring, pin gnomon and adjustable latitude arc, the reverse engraved with European cities and their corresponding latitude