Silver fusee lever pocket watch, Chester 1845, the movement signed Jas. Robinson, Liverpool, no. 21961, with engraved plate, engraved balance cock with diamond endstone inscribed 'Patent' over Liverpool windows, gold five arm balance and Bosley type regulator, Massey type III escapement, stopwork lever at the five position, dust cap, the dial with Roman numerals, outer minute track, blued steel subsidiary seconds and gold hands, inscription to the inside case, within a plain case with gadrooned band, case maker 'W.L', 51mm
Movement - currently functioning.
Dial - hairlines and marks.
Glass - surface marks.
Hands - surface marks and blemishes.
Case - surface scratches and tarnishing, crude inscription to the inside case.
Bow - marks, not silver and probably not original.
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