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Back to the Future: Skinner Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments Auction Features Mechanical Marvels, April 28

Skinner, Inc. is pleased to present an auction of Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments on Friday, April 28 at 10AM in Marlborough, MA. Robert Cheney, Director of Clocks, comments that the nearly 400 lots in this auction are widely varied, and include great rarities for the specialist connoisseur, fine clocks from America and Europe, intriguing musical novelties, and affordable microscopes and telescopes.

Numerous highlights of this auction are from the Wing Collection, started in the 1920s by Henry Wing of Greenfield, Massachusetts and expanded by his son Donald.… Read More

Monumental Calendar Wall Clock Leads Skinner’s Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments Auction, October 28

MARLBOROUGH, MA – Skinner, Inc.’s upcoming auction of Clocks, Watches and Scientific Instruments will be held in their Marlborough gallery on October 28 at 10AM. The auction includes timepieces from around the world, of all sizes and ages and materials, and in a dizzying array of forms.

Included are tall case, gallery, wall and skeleton clocks; table, bracket, regulator, carriage and mantel clocks—dozens of distinctive clocks and watches, something for every taste and checkbook.… Read More

Skeleton Clock, New England Tall Clocks Lead Skinner’s April Auction of Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments

Louis E. Meyer 'Grand Complication' Skeleton Clock

MARLBOROUGH, MA – Skinner, Inc.’s spring auction of Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments will offer a broad range of outstanding and affordable technical collectibles for both the beginning and advanced collector. To be held on Friday, April 29 at 10AM in Skinner’s Marlborough gallery, the sale will present over 350 carefully curated lots, many of them drawn from private collections from across the country.

“Grand Complication” Skeleton Clock

For the lover of technical horology, the Louis E.Read More