Auction Team Breker Office Antiques, Science & Technology, Fine Toys & Automata

When:
Sat May 25, 2013 12:00AM
Where:
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Welcome to our 125th Specialty Auction!
The No. 1 in »Technical Antiques«:
»Office Antiques«
»Science & Technology«
»Fine Toys & Automata«
May 25, 2013
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Busicom 141-PF, 1971
Designed with sensationally 1st
‘Intel 4004’ micro-processor (1st CPU
ever!), in white ceramic finish with gold
application. – Extremely rare!
(Estimate: € 8.000 – 12.000 /
US$ 10,000 – 15,000)
Miniature »Ferris Wheels«
(Estimate: € 800 – 1.200 / US$ 1,100 – 1,600)
Miniature Model of a »Merry-Go-Round«
(Please see mobile for size comparison –
Estimate: € 800 – 1.200 / US$ 1,100 – 1,600)
New Consignment:
The »Apple 1« Computer, 1976
Legendary first model hand-built by Steve Jobs &
Steve Wozniak. One of the very last of only 6 fully
operational models to have survived. Signed by Steve
W ozniak, and with signed documents by Steve Jobs.
(Estimate: € 200.000 – 300.000 / US$ 250,000 – 400.000)
The »MITS Altair 8800«, 1975
Early home computer kit.
(Estimate: € 3.000 – 5.000 /
US$ 4,000 – 6,000)
The »Apple – Lisa 1«, 1982
World’s 1st personal computer with
mouse operation. – Extremely rare!
(Estimate: € 15.000 – 30.000 / US$ 20,000 – 40,000)
The »Scelbi 8H«, 1973
World’s first home computer kit, made by
Nat Wadsworth. Just 3 working models
are known to exist worldwide.
(Estimate: € 15.000 – 20.000 /
US$ 20,000 – 30,000)
American Car Front »Buick Eight«, 1950
(Estimate: € 900 – 1.500 / US$ 1,200 – 2,000)
Disc Musical Box
»Chordephon
Mod. 63«, c. 1908
Extremely rare!
(Estimate: € 10.000- 15.000 /
US$ 13,000- 20,000)
»Marchande de Masques«
Musical Automaton
by Gustave Vichy, c. 1890
In superb original condition.
(Estimate: € 42.000 – 48.000 /
US$ 55,000 – 62,000)
Iconic Motor Scooter »Rumi Scoiattolo«, 1953
(Estimate: € 4.000 – 5.000 /
US$ 5,500 – 6,500)
American Motorbike »Hiawatha«, c. 1950
66cc 2-cyl.-engine. – Extremely rare in Europe!
(Estimate: € 2.000 – 4.000 / US$ 2,700 – 5,500)
Original »James Watt Copying Machine«, 1780
World’s first patented copying apparatus.
(Estimate: € 3.000 – 5.000 / US$ 3,900 – 6,500)
»Banjo Player« Musical Automaton
by Gustave Vichy, c. 1890
(Estimate: € 10.000 – 15.000 /
US$ 13,000 – 20,000)
»Artist« – Musical Automaton
by Michel Bertrand, 1982
With 15 individual
movements!
(Estimate: € 12.000 – 18.000 /
US$ 15,500 – 23,500)
»The Enigma«, 1944
Legendary German cipher
machine of WW II.
(Estimate: € 15.000 – 25.000 /
US$ 20,000 – 32,000) »Narghile Smoker« – Musical Automaton
by Lambert, Paris, c. 1915
Extraordinary smoking effects.
Original Costume.
(Estimate: € 10.000 – 15.000 /
US$ 13,000 – 20,000)
The »Ford«, 1895
Extremely rare American
front-stroke typewriter
(Estimate: € 10.000 – 15.000 /
US$ 13,000 – 20,000)
Demonstration Model of a James
Watt-Type Beam Steam Engine by
Eugène Bourdon, Paris, c. 1850
(Estimate: € 10.000 – 20.000 /
US$ 13,000 – 25,000)
Tin Toy Coach by Büchner, c. 1875
(Estimate: € 1.800 – 3.000 /
US$ 2,500 – 4,000)
Live-Steam Locomotive, Gauge II
(Please see mobile for size comparison –
Estimate: € 2.000 – 3.000 /
US$ 2,600 – 4,000)
Early 19th Century Austrian
»Barrel Flute Clock«
With 2 barrels of 8 airs each.
(Estimate: € 4.000 – 7.000 /
US$ 5,500 – 9,000)
Whistling Automaton
by Phalibois, c. 1905
(Estimate: € 10.000 – 15.000 /
US$ 13,000 – 20,000)
The »Crown Mod. 1«, 1888
Rare American keyless index machine
with early typewheel mechanism.
(Estimate: € 9.000- 12.000 /
US$ 12,000- 15,000)
»Buddha Phonographes Artistiques«,
Original by ‘Arton-Andia’, c. 1924
(Estimate: € 5.000 – 7.000 /
US$ 6,500 – 9,000)
»French Lantern Clock«,
Dated 1771
Signed: François Jannet
(Estimate: € 1.600 – 2.400 /
US$ 2,100 – 3,200)
»The Pascaline« (or: »Arithmatique«) –
Original Calculating Machine by Blaise Pascal, 1652
The first ingenious numerical wheel-calculator with ability to »carry
over«, by the famous French mathematician and philosopher. Only
20 machines were ever built, of which just 9 are known today. –
all (except this one) in national museums! –
A true milestone in 'Computer History'!
(Estimate: € 80.000 – 150.000 / US$ 100,000 – 200,000)
»The Telegraphone«, 1909
World's first recording and reproducing
machine for magnetic disks by
'American Telegraphone Company,
Wheeling, WV', which was founded
1903 by ingenious inventor Valdemar
Poulsen. – All today's magnetic
recording systems like credit cards,
harddisks, automated magnetic strips,
etc. are possible through Poulsen's
invention only. – This is the only one
machine known to exist!
(Estimate: € 15.000 – 25.000 /
US $ 20,000 – 30,000)
Live Steam Tramway Locomotive
8 in gauge!
(Estimate: € 1.500 – 2.200 / US$ 2,000 – 3,000)
Rare French Musical Automaton Picture Clock by
»Tharin à Paris, c. 1850
109 x 85 cm / 43 x 33 ½ in. Multifunctional movements
and scenery. Extremely rare! – Superb condition.
(Schätzpreis: € 8.000 – 12.000 / US$ 10,000 – 15,000)
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