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Lot 10: A diamond, enamel, silver and eighteen karat gold pocket watch with later fourteen karat gold chain, english
November 7, 2016
Philadelphia, PA, USALive Auction
A diamond, enamel, silver and eighteen karat gold pocket watch with later fourteen karat gold chain
key wind, key set movement in eighteen karat gold case with enamel case back with applied silver decoration set with old Swiss-cut diamonds and centering a portrait miniature with later fourteen karat gold chain.
Property from a Kinnelon, New Jersey estate
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Overall condition: fair to good
Movement: minor corrosion and discoloration, no excessive wear. Sets and runs.
Case: stamped on bow for 18k, light to moderate scratches
Dial and numerals: in fair to good condition with some minor nicks and pits
Diamonds; fair quality; enamel in very good condition, portrait miniature in poor condition.
Chain is in very good condition overall.
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