The first was an early 18th century silver-cased coach clock with verge escapement, quarter strike, alarm and repeating mechanism.
It was made by Johannes Beithelrockh, who was active in Augsburg from 1700-58. It found a buyer for a mid-estimate €25,000 (£21,550).
Dating from two centuries later was an elegant wall clock by the multi-talented Viennese architect and designer Adolf Loos, dateable to c.1920.
The brass case was fitted with faceted glass panels and a ‘free-floating’ month-going movement, typical for Loos’ timekeepers. An unnamed bidder invested a mid-estimate €70,000 (£60,345) to secure their prize.