R037

Deshays
Paris, July Monarchy, reign of Louis-Philippe, circa 1830-1840
Height 235 cm; width 64 cm; depth 36.5 cm
Deshays

An Important Neoclassical Mahogany and Bird’s Eye Mahogany-Veneered Regulator with Equation of Time, July Monarchy

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R036

Robert Robin (1741-1799)
Joseph Coteau (1740-1812)
Case attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire
Probably made under the Supervision of Dominique Daguerre
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1783
Height 38.2 cm; width 21.7 cm; depth 17.1 cm
Robin - Coteau - Thomire

An Exceptional Desk Regulator with “remontoir d’égalité” “Royal Model”, Louis XVI period

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R035

Robert Robin (1741-1799)
Joseph Coteau (1740-1812)
Case attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire
Probably made under the Supervision of Dominique Daguerre
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1781
Height 41 cm; width 22 cm; depth 17 cm
Robin - Coteau - Thomire

An Exceptional Desk Regulator with “remontoir d’égalité” “Royal Model”, Louis XVI period

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R034

Joseph-Marie Revel
The dial by enameller Georges-Adrien Merlet
Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1790
Height 55 cm; width 31cm; depth 17.5 cm
Revel

A Rare Gilt Matte and Burnished Bronze Desk Regulator, late Louis XVI period

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R032

Julien Le Roy
Case after a Model by Juste-Aurèle Meissonnier (Turin 1695-Paris 1750)
Paris, early Louis XV period, circa 1730
Height 214 cm ; width 73 cm ; depth 41 cm
Le Roy

Exceptional Gilt Bronze Amaranth-Veneered Parquetry Regulator, early Louis XV period

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R031

Robert Robin
The counter enamel signed by enameler Elie Barbezat and dated 1776
Case stamped Balthazar Lieutaud
Paris, early Louis XVI period, 1776
Height 229 cm; width 51 cm; depth 29.5 cm
Stamped: B LIEUTAUD on the back of the case
Robin - Lieutaud

Important Rosewood Veneer, Amaranth and Gilt Bronze Longcase Regulator, early Louis XVI period

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R028

Lepaute à Paris
The enamel dial by Etienne Gobin, known as Dubuisson (1731-1815)
Paris, early Empire period, circa 1805
Height 198 cm; width 60 cm; depth 31 cm
Lepaute - Dubuisson

Rare Floor Regulator with Equation of Time and Gregorian and Republican Calendars, early Empire period

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R026

Paris, Empire period, circa 1810
Height 45 cm; width 32.5cm; depth 15 cm.

Rare Gilt Bronze and “Vert de Mer” Marble Skeleton Clock, Empire period

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R025

Lepaute
Case Attributed to Nicolas Petit
Paris, late Louis XV period, circa 1765
Height 215 cm; width 63 cm; depth 24 cm
Lepaute - Petit

Important Regulator with Sectorial Equation of Time, with a Waisted Floral Marquetry Case, late Louis XV period

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R024

Victor Fleury
Very Rare and Exceptional Astronomical Regulator
Paris, circa 1865-1867
Height 255 cm; width 94.5 cm; depth 43.5 cm
Fleury

Very Rare and Exceptional Astronomical Regulator

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R023

Jean-Joseph Lepaute, known as Collignon (1768- circa 1830)
Case Attributed to the Workshop of Jacob-Desmalter (1770-1841)
Important Long Case Regulator or “pendule à secondes” indicating True Time and Mean Time
Paris, early Restoration period, during the reign of Louis XVIII, circa 1821-1823
Height 205.5 cm; width 53.5 cm; depth 27 cm
Lepaute - Jacob-Desmalter

Important Long Case Regulator or “pendule à secondes” indicating True Time and Mean Time, early Restoration period

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R022

Pierre-Honoré-César Pons (1773-1851)
Enamel Dial by Etienne Gobin (known as Dubuisson)
Mahogany Case Attributed to Ferdinand Schwerdfeger
Exceptional Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer Regulator with Constant Force Escapement
Paris, Empire period, plate signed and dated 1806
Height 201.5 cm; width 52.5 cm; depth 26.5 cm
Pons - Dubuisson - Schwerdfeger

Exceptional Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer Regulator with Constant Force Escapement, Empire period

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R021

Julien II Le Roy
Case by Charles Cressent
Exceptional Gilt Bronze and Amaranth Veneer Long-Case Regulator with Manual Equation of Time
Paris, Louis XV period, circa 1750
Height: 221.5cm; width 57.5cm; depth 24 cm
Le Roy - Cressent

Exceptional Gilt Bronze and Amaranth Veneer Long-Case Regulator with Manual Equation of Time, Louis XV period

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R018

Jacques-François Houdin (1783-1860)
Constantin-Louis Detouche (1810-1889)
Important Gilt Bronze Wall Regulator
Paris, Second Empire period, dated 1851
Height 185 cm, width 47 cm, depth 29.5 cm
Detouche - Houdin

Important Gilt Bronze Wall Regulator, Second Empire period

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R017

Ferdinand-Joseph Grandperrin
Exceptional and Unique Regulator with Mica-Plaque Pendulum
Paris, 1854-1855
Height 191 cm; width and depth at widest portion 67 cm and 59 cm
Provenance: Shown at the 1855 Paris Universal Exhibition
Grandperrin

Exceptional and Unique Regulator with Mica-Plaque Pendulum

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R015

Julien Le Roy (1686 - 1759)
Charles Cressent (1685-1768)
Rare and Important Louis XV Regulator
Paris, Louis XV period, circa 1736-40
Height 208.5 cm, width 57.5 cm, depth 23 cm
Julien Le Roy - Cressent

Important Louis XV Regulator

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R012

Robert Robin
Case Attributed to Ferdinand Schwerdfeger
Dial Attributed to Joseph Coteau
Exceptional Regulator Clock with Equation of Time and Remontoire d’Egalité
Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1785-1788
Height 204.5 cm; width 56.5 cm; depth 32.5 cm
Robin - Coteau - Schwerdfeger

Exceptional Regulator clock with Equation of Time and Remontoire d’Egalité, Louis XVI period

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R011

Jean-Simon Bourdier
Case Attributed to Ferdinand Schwerdfeger
Dials by Joseph Coteau
Exceptional Regulator Clock with Complications
Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1785-1790
Height 201 cm; width 48 cm; depth 29 cm
Bourdier - Coteau - Schwerdfeger

Exceptional Regulator clock with Complications, Louis XVI period

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R002

Robert Robin (1741-1799)
Joseph Coteau (1740-1812)
Case Attributed to Pierre-Philippe Thomire
Probably Made under the Supervision of Dominique Daguerre
An Exceptional Desk Regulator with remontoir d’égalité 
“Royal Model”
Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1780-1785
Height 41.2 cm; width 22.4 cm; depth 17.5 cm.
Robin - Coteau - Thomire

An Exceptional Desk Regulator with remontoir d’égalité “Royal Model”, Louis XVI period

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R003

Robert Robin
The Enamel Dial by Etienne Gobin, known as Dubuisson (1731-1815)
The Case Attributed to the Cabinetmaker Jean-Ferdinand-Joseph Schwerdfeger
An Exceptional Mantel or Desk Clock
“Regulator with Remontoir d’Egalité” 
Paris, Directory-Consulate period, circa 1795
Height 44 cm; width 24.5 cm; depth 19.5 cm
Robin - Schwerdfeger - Dubuisson

An Exceptional Mantel or Desk Clock “Regulator with Remontoir d’Egalité”, Directory-Consulate period

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