Three Day Watches, Clocks & Miscellaneous Horology Sale
on Wednesday 22nd, Thursday 23rd & Friday 24th February 2017
On view:
Monday 20th February: 9am to 5.30pm
Tuesday 21st February: 9am to 5.30pm
Wednesday 22nd February: 8.30am to 5.30pm
Thursday 23rd February: 8.30am to 5.30pm
Friday 24th February: 9am to 11am
(I.D required to view watches)
Lots: 360-411 of 2651
Lot 360
Smiths Astral National 17 gold plated gentleman's wristwatch, the dial with quarter Arabic numerals and baton markers, 32mm (lacking strap); together with a lady's Smiths stainless steel wristwatch, the dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, 22mm and three Smiths Astral stainless steel gentlemen's wristwatches, lacking straps and in need of repair (5)
Estimate:  £50 - 80
Sold for:   £75
Lot 361
Four Smiths gold plated gentlemen's wristwatches; together with a Smiths Empire gold plated lady's bracelet watch and two further Smiths wristwatches (all in need of repair and lacking straps) (7)
Estimate:  £50 - 80
Sold for:   £50
Lot 362
Box containing a large quantity of quartz wristwatches (untested and sold as seen)
Estimate:  £40 - 80
  
Lot 363
Nine Seiko automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatches; together with a Seiko automatic stainless steel lady's bracelet watch (all in need of repair) (10)
Estimate:  £60 - 100
Sold for:   £65
Lot 364
Six Seiko automatic gold plated and stainless steel wristwatches to include one lady's wristwatch; together with a Seiko automatic stainless steel and gold plated gentleman's bracelet watch (all in need of repair) (7)
Estimate:  £50 - 80
Sold for:   £30
Lot 365
Silver lever wire-lug wristwatch, the dial branded Pleasance & Harper, Bristol Newport with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, 33mm (at fault); together with a Rotary automatic stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch, Mortimer gold plated gentleman's wristwatch and three further gentlemen's wristwatches in need of attention, also a quantity of quartz wristwatches and various wristwatch bracelets and straps (8)
Estimate:  £50 - 80
Sold for:   £30
Lot 366
Assortment of wristwatches to include a Citizen Eco-Drive Chronograph WR 100 and various other brands
Estimate:  £60 - 100
Sold for:   £40
Lot 367
Roamer Popular stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch; together with six further gentlemen's wristwatches to include Paragon, Cyma, Avia and Kienzle (some faults) (7)
Estimate:  £60 - 100
Sold for:   £50
Lot 368
Box containing a quantity of primarily wristwatch movements, including some pocket watch movements (faults)
Estimate:  £50 - 80
Sold for:   £35
Lot 371
Sir John Bennett 18ct Swiss lever pocket watch, London 1909, silvered dial with Arabic numerals, inscribed cuvette, 51.8gm, 45mm (at fault)

*with original box

Condition Report:

Movement - currently not working.
Dial - tarnished with surface marks.
Glass - light marks.
Hands - matching.
Case - typical light marks.
Crown - adjusting hands, not winding.
Bow - hallmarked.

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Estimate:  £400 - 600
  
Lot 372
Small silver fusee lever pocket watch, hallmarked London 1875, signed S. Greenough, Bolton, no. 12075, the signed two-part dial with Roman numerals within a foliate engraved case, case maker 'WH' (probably William Hammon), 44mm

Condition Report:

Movement - currently working.
Dial - clean.
Glass - stained.
Hands - matching.
Case - generally good.

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Estimate:  £40 - 80
Sold for:   £60
Lot 373
Waltham gold plated lever pocket watch, circa 1902, 15 jewel movement, no. 11690133, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds within a screw foliate engraved case, 52mm

Condition Report:

Movement - currently working.
Dial - clean.
Glass - surface marks.
Hands - matching.
Case - some visible wear to the gold plating on the case back.
Crown - working and winding.

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Estimate:  £40 - 80
Sold for:   £40
Lot 374
Zenith silver (0.925) lever pocket watch, signed movement, no. 2845365, the dial branded 'Favre-Leuba & Co' with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, presentation cuvette, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche, 43mm, with a brown leather Ingersoll belt watch holder (2)

Condition Report:

Movement - currently functioning.
Dial - marks.
Glass - surface marks.
Hands - marks and hole to the infill.
Case - marks and tarnishing.
Crown - functioning correctly.
Bow - surface marks, hallmarked.

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Estimate:  £60 - 100
Sold for:   £150
Lot 375
Equine Interest - Herald silver lever half hunter pocket watch, Birmingham 1922, the cuvette inscribed 'Cato 1909-1923', the dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, the case back engraved with a horse portrait, 52mm (with 'Farewell Forget Me Not' stitched watch paper)

Condition Report:

Movement - requires attention as not running consistently appearing over wound
Dial - good
Glass - good
Hands - matching, good
Case - typical surface marks, case back lightly bruised

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Estimate:  £50 - 80
Sold for:   £100
Lot 376
Good English early 18th century striking gilt metal pair cased verge pocket watch, signed Dan Quare (1648-1724), London, no. 439, the fusee movement with flat steel balance with pierced engraved floral balance cock and diamond endstone, silvered regulating dial and repeat dial indicator, elaborate tulip pillars with hammers striking on a bell to the pierced and foliate engraved inner case, the later dial with Roman numerals, later hands, matching pierced outer case, case maker 'WH', 53.5mm

Condition Report:

Movement - appears currently working and striking.
Dial - later with some hairline cracks.
Glass - some surface marks.
Hands - later.
Case - Pinchbeck cases, inner case generally good, typical light marks and some wear to the gilding, outer case with more visible wear to the gilding, closing correctly.

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Estimate:  £1500 - 2500
Sold for:   £1900
Lot 377
14k cylinder engraved fob watch, 17.5gm, 28mm

Condition Report:

Movement - working.
Dial - light marks.
Glass - good.
Hands - good.
Case - light bruising to the rim and bezel.
Crown - working.

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Estimate:  £60 - 100
Sold for:   £70
Lot 378
Waltham Sapphire 9ct lever fob watch, Birmingham 1912, no. 15018341, 20.7gm, 31mm

Condition Report:

Movement - currently working.
Dial - light marks.
Glass - good.
Hands - matching.
Case - engraved back.
Crown - working.

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Estimate:  £60 - 100
Sold for:   £80
Lot 379
Early 19th century silver 'doctor's' dial verge pair cased pocket watch, Birmingham 1804, the intricately engraved fusee movement signed Warhurst,Tideswell, no. 303, with finely engraved balance cock, flat steel balance, unusual steel regulator index pointer and cylindrical pillars, stop/work at the four position, the dial with Arabic dial overlapping a large constant seconds dial, gold hands, matching cases, the outer case with engraved initials, case maker 'WH' (probably William Howard), 58mm

Condition Report:

Movement - currently working, stop/work lever working.
Dial - dial clean with light marks, very small chip marks around the subsidiary dial hand.
Glass - clean.
Hands - clean.
Case - light typical marks to the inner case, outer case with surface marks, wear to the opening button.
Bow - replacement, good.

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Estimate:  £400 - 600
Sold for:   £600
Lot 380
Silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1886, the movement signed W.C. Hughes, Bethesda, no. 25919, with foliate engraved balance cock, gilt three arm balance and Bosley type regulator, dust cover, the signed dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track and subsidiary seconds, within a plain case with engraved cartouche, case maker 'JF' (probably John Fleckner), 53mm

Condition Report:

Movement - currently functioning, clean.
Dial - good, some small marks.
Glass - light surface marks.
Hands - good, surface marks.
Case - surface marks, some mild tarnishing.
Bow - good.

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Estimate:  £60 - 100
Sold for:   £100
Lot 381
Silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1928, plain unsigned movement, no. 31266, with foliate engraved balance cock, steel three arm balance and Bosley type regulator, dust cover, the silvered dial with gilt Roman numerals enclosing an engine turned and foliate engraved centre, dot minute markers and subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche and gadrooned band, case maker 'JN', 50mm

Condition Report:

Movement - currently working.
Dial - marks and surface scratches.
Glass - surface marks.
Hands - surface marks.
Case - general surface marks and rubbing.
Bow - good.

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Estimate:  £50 - 80
Sold for:   £120
Lot 382
Silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1865, plain unsigned movement, no. 7815, with foliate engraved balance cock, diamond endstone and steel three arm balance, Bosley type regulator, dust cap, the silvered dial with gilt Roman numerals enclosing an engine turned centre, outer dot minute markers and subsidiary seconds, within an engine turned case with engraved cartouche and engine turned band, case maker 'IH' (probably John Hammon), 49mm

Condition Report:

Movement - currently functioning.
Dial - some marks and tarnishing.
Glass - light surface marks.
Hands - light surface marks.
Case - surface scratches and rubbing.
Bow - light surface marks.

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Estimate:  £50 - 80
Sold for:   £110
Lot 383
Novelty Monaco-Roulette wheel within a chrome pocket watch case, the case back inscribed 'Souvenir of the Yorkshire Show, Hull 1905, with the Compts of E. Ernest Keighley & Co. Ltd', 52mm

Condition Report:

Movement - currently working.
Dial - marks and faint hairline.
Glass - surface marks.
Hands - light marks.
Case - surface scratches and marks.
Crown - functioning correctly.
Bow - surface marks.

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Estimate:  £50 - 80
Sold for:   £75
Lot 384
Good early 19th century gold and enamel verge pocket watch, the fusee movement signed Jon. Gibbons, London, no. 4924, foliate engraved balance cock with diamond endstone and flat steel balance, the gilt dial with Roman numerals enclosing an engine turned centre, winding hole to the four o'clock position, the consular case with a guilloche blue enamel back with a pearl border and bezel, 47mm
Estimate:  £600 - 800
Sold for:   £550
Lot 385
'Guinness Time' novelty chrome pocket watch, the dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and automaton toucan, 51mm

Condition Report:

Movement - currently functioning.
Dial - small surface marks.
Glass - surface scratches, loose.
Hands - light surface marks.
Case - surface marks .
Crown - functioning correctly.
Bow - okay.

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Estimate:  £80 - 120
Sold for:   £120
Lot 386
'Guinness Time/Rest Time' novelty chrome plated pocket watch, the dial with Arabic numerals, outer Arabic red twenty-four hour numerals and subsidiary seconds, 51mm

Condition Report:

Movement - currently functioning.
Dial - small marks and some wear to some of the numerals, mild pitting to the centre.
Glass - surface marks.
Hands - light marks, minute hand mildly bent.
Case - surface marks and rubbing to the chrome.
Crown - functioning correctly.
Bow - marks and rubbed.

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Estimate:  £60 - 100
Sold for:   £80
Lot 387
'Jeff Arnold' novelty chrome plated pocket watch, the automaton dial with Arabic numerals, 51mm

Condition Report:

Movement - currently functioning.
Dial - marks and fading/wear.
Glass - surface marks.
Hands - marks and wear.
Case - surface scratches and scuffs, light bruising.
Crown - functioning correctly, rubbed.
Bow - surface marks.

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Estimate:  £40 - 60
  
Lot 388
Continental slim 14k lever hunter dress pocket watch, unsigned gilt frosted movement, the gilt dial with an engraved landscape scene to the centre, Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engine turned case, 59.3gm, 49mm

Condition Report:

Movement - clean and currently working.
Dial - visible wear to the chapter ring, scratch to the centre and surface marks.
Glass - appears clean.
Hands - not matching although of a similar style.
Case - appears clean, but has surface bruising visible to the back and some areas also to the front, the suspension has wear to the gold plate.
Crown - working.

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Estimate:  £200 - 300
Sold for:   £220
Lot 389
Continental 14k cylinder pocket watch, unsigned gilt frosted bar movement, the white dial with Arabic numerals, fancy gilt hands and subsidiary seconds marked Union Horlogere, engine turned dodecagon case engraved with a horse and cart within an engine turned surround, 64.2gm, 45mm

Condition Report:

Movement - clean and currently working.
Dial - good.
Glass - good.
Hands - good and appear matching.
Case - visible bruising and dents to the bezel, also some light surface bruising and marks to the case back.
Crown - appears working and winding correctly.

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Estimate:  £100 - 150
Sold for:   £190
Lot 390
Early 19th century English silver verge pair cased pocket watch, Birmingham 1847, the fusee movement signed Brooks, Boston, no. 7750, with flat steel balance, pierced engraved balance cock and Bosley type regulator, the dial with Roman numerals within matching cases, 58mm

Condition Report:

Movement - appears currently working.
Dial - faint hairline running from the centre to the two position.
Glass - quite badly scratched and marked.
Hands - not matching.
Case - inner case with bruising and surface marks as expected, outer case with typical surface marks and missing the release button, the bow is bent.

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Estimate:  £100 - 150
Sold for:   £110
Lot 391
Tissot & Fils, Locle 14k lever dress pocket watch, the signed gilt dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds within a plain case with engraved monogram, no. 361662, 65.1gm, 48mm

Condition Report:

Movement - appears currently working.
Dial - some surface marks and discolouration.
Glass - generally clean.
Hands - matching.
Case - light marks with engraved monogram to the cuvette and case back.
Crown - working correctly and winding.

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Estimate:  £250 - 350
Sold for:   £260
Lot 392
Early 19th century silver verge pocket watch, the fusee movement signed Step'n Farr, No. 7 John Street, Bristol, no. 1347, flat steel balance with pierced engraved balance cock and Bosley type regulator, 52mm (at fault)


Condition Report:

Movement - currently working.
Dial - damage.
Glass - visible marks.
Hands - no second hand.
Case - bruised and poor condition, lacking outer case.

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Estimate:  £50 - 80
  
Lot 393
Unusual gunmetal and enamel button-hole watch, small silvered dial with Arabic numerals, lever movement, dial 14mm diameter

Condition Report:

Movement - currently working.
Dial - dirty.
Glass - light marks.
Hands - matching.
Case - enamel damage to the bezel, surface marks to the gunmetal.
Crown - working.

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Estimate:  £100 - 150
  
Lot 394
Hampden gold filled lever fob watch with fancy gilt short Albert with 9ct T-bar, 8.5" long

Condition Report (watch only)

Movement - appears currently working
Dial - tarnished with light marks
Glass - light marks
Hands - matching
Case - typical surface marks

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Estimate:  £40 - 80
Sold for:   £55
Lot 395
Camerer Kuss & Co. 18k gold and enamel fob watch, gilt bar cylinder movement, gilt dial with Roman numeral chapter enclosing a foliate engraved centre, blued steel hands, engraved case with engine turned case back with blue floral enamel centre and outer enamel band, 32.4gm, 38mm

*Box and key

Condition Report:

Movement - good, loose in case.
Dial - good.
Glass - surface marks, loose.
Hands - surface marks, minute hand loose.
Case - good.
Bow - surface marks.

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Estimate:  £120 - 180
Sold for:   £220
Lot 396
Omega silver lever pocket watch, frosted gilt movement, signed dial with bold Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, engine turned case, 47mm

Condition Report:

Movement - currently working.
Dial - good.
Glass - light marks.
Hands - good.
Case - good for period.
Crown - working.

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Estimate:  £100 - 150
Sold for:   £160
Lot 397
Silver fusee lever pocket watch, London 1875, signed W. Davis & Sons, 57 New Street, Birmingham, no. 6917, engine turned case, case maker JF (John Fleckner), 53mm

Condition Report:

Movement - appears clean and working.
Dial - clean.
Glass - surface marks and staining.
Hands - surface rusting.
Case - rubbing to the engine turning and surface marks.
Crown - working.

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Estimate:  £50 - 80
Sold for:   £75
Lot 398
Continental white metal cylinder pocket watch, frosted gilt bar movement, the dial with Roman numerals within an engraved case depicting a primitive slaughterhouse scene, 51mm

Condition Report:

Movement - currently working.
Dial - clean.
Glass - clean with light marks.
Hands - matching.
Case - typical surface marks, but closing correctly.
Crown - working.

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Estimate:  £80 - 120
  
Lot 399
Olympic 17 14k pendant watch, the silvered dial with baton markers and centre seconds, 26.8gm, 38mm

Condition Report:

Movement - working.
Dial - clean.
Glass - clean.
Hands - matching, good.
Case - good, some light marks.
Crown - working and winding correctly.

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Estimate:  £100 - 150
Sold for:   £90
Lot 400
Omega silver lever hunter pocket watch, signed movement and dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within a signed engine turned case, case no. 4129241, 50mm

Condition Report:

Movement - appears working.
Dial - some hairline cracks and repair to the three/four position.
Glass - surface marks.
Hands - matching.
Case - covers not closing or snapping correctly, surface marks and rubbing to the engine turned decoration.
Crown - working and winding correctly.

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Estimate:  £60 - 100
Sold for:   £110
Lot 401
18th century Dutch style fusee verge pocket watch signed Samson, London, no. 2121, with flat steel balance, pierced floral balance bridge, silver regulating disc and square baluster pillars, enamel dial with Roman numerals within customised brass cases, 58mm (requires restoration); with key

Condition Report

Movement - lacking the fusee chain and requires professional repair
Dial - has rim chip and various rubbing to the arcaded border
Glass - visible surface marks and rubbing
Case - not original to the movement and both have visible surface marks, bruises and dents

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Estimate:  £100 - 200
Sold for:   £85
Lot 402
Mid 18th century English silver verge pair cased pocket watch, London 1754, the fusee movement signed H. Stimson, Sleaford, no. 111, flat steel three-arm balance, with foliate balance cock, silvered regulating disc and square baluster pillar, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, Arabic minute chapter, beetle and poker hands, case maker 'WR', matching outer case, 51mm (at fault)

Condition Report:

Movement - appears complete, but requires attention.
Dial - appears original, visible surface marks.
Glass - surface marks.
Hands - period, matching.
Case - inner case has repair to the pendant, typical marks, outer case has bruising, wear to the release button, scratching to the inside back with hallmarks not visible at present.

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Estimate:  £250 - 350
Sold for:   £280
Lot 403
English silver fusee verge pocket watch, London 1826, unsigned movement with flat steel balance, engraved balance cock with diamond endstone, Bosley type regulator and stopwork, no. 6257, with dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial with a consular case, 52mm

Condition Report:

Movement - clean, not running consistently so requires a service.
Dial - light marks.
Glass - some visible marks.
Hands - not matching.
Case - good quality, some typical light marks.

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Estimate:  £140 - 180
  
Lot 404
John Harrison, Liverpool 'Detached Lever' 18ct pocket watch, the three-quarter plate movement signed John Harrison, Liverpool, no. 12591, with Massey III escapement, attractive triple colour gold dial with Roman numerals and moon hands, engine turned case with a foliate band, 60.8gm, 42mm (at fault)

Condition Report:

Movement - clean but currently not working and an issue with the mainspring possibly.
Dial - good quality, light marks.
Glass - light marks.
Hands - matching.
Case - typical rubbing and the hallmarks indistinct.
Bow - plated with wear.

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Estimate:  £350 - 450
Sold for:   £360
Lot 405
Gouvernon, Geneve 18k cylinder fob watch, signed bar movement and dial in an engine turned case, 28.9gm, 35mm (at fault)

Condition Report:

Movement - movement not working and requires repair.
Dial - hairline.
Glass - surface marks.
Hands - matching.
Case - bruising to the case back and not snapping closed.
Bow - plated with some wear.

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Estimate:  £120 - 180
Sold for:   £120
Lot 406
Unusual silver 'Improved Centre Seconds' chronograph pocket watch, London 1865, unsigned gilt jewelled three-quarter plate fusee lever movement, no. 12399, stopwork lever, the original dial with chronograph centre seconds, power reserve up/down dial and subsidiary hour dial, 50mm; with key (the hinged case back associated, dated 1897)

Condition Report:

Movement - working, clean.
Dial - good.
Glass - light marks.
Hands - good.
Case - clean with mild marks, the back cover is later dated 1897.

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Estimate:  £300 - 500
Sold for:   £500
Lot 407
English silver pair cased verge pocket watch, Birmingham 1838, the fusee movement signed J. Sharman, Melton, no. 1585. flat steel balance with Bosley type regulator, signed dust cover, the dial with Roman numerals, matching cases, case maker 'JH' (probably Joseph Harris), 57mm; with key (lacking glass)

Condition Report:

Movement - very clean and working.
Dial - clean.
Glass - no glass.
Hands - good.
Case - good condition, with typical mild marks.

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Estimate:  £150 - 250
Sold for:   £240
Lot 408
English silver verge pocket watch, London 1820, the fusee movement signed John Pitt, London, no. 1309, flat steel balance with pierced engraved balance cock and Bosley type regulator, enamel dial with Roman numerals with an engine turned consular case, case maker 'WF' (probably William Fielder), 55mm

Condition Report:

Movement - currently working, but running inconsistently.
Dial - clean, light marks.
Glass - clean.
Hands - good.
Case - good for the period, typical light marks.

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Estimate:  £150 - 250
  
Lot 409
9k jewelled lever pocket watch, the dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within an engine turned case, 66.2gm, 46mm

Condition Report:

Movement - currently working.
Dial - chip and hairline.
Glass - light marks.
Hands - good.
Case - bruising and surface marks to the back and rim, cuvette base metal.
Crown - working.

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Estimate:  £100 - 150
Sold for:   £95
Lot 410
Waltham Bond St. lever gold plated pocket watch, movement no. 15395335, circa 1906, signed dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds within a plain outer case, 48mm

Condition Report:

Movement - currently working.
Dial - clean.
Glass - light marks.
Hands - matching.
Case - the back has some surface marks and light bruising with some wear to the gold plate on the rim.
Crown - working and winding correctly.

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Estimate:  £50 - 80
Sold for:   £50
Lot 411
Hebdomas Patent eight days silver pocket watch, import hallmarks for London 1913, the dial with Roman numerals over the visible balance within an engine turned case, 48mm

Condition Report:

Movement - appears currently working.
Dial - good.
Glass - surface marks and light scratching.
Hands - matching.
Case - the back has surface bruising and dents with some also to the band rim.
Crown - appears working and winding correctly.

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Estimate:  £50 - 80
Sold for:   £100