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Coins & Watches
December 14, 2011
St John's Place, Apsley Road
Clifton, BS8 2ST United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0)1179 737201
Fax: +44 (0)1179 735671
Description: Chronographe Lip, a nickel plated Swiss open faced pocket watch with chronograph work, the enamel dial with black Arabic numerals, gilt hands, subsidiary seconds dial, 30 minute running dial, and black sweep seconds, fifths of a second outer chapter, the back of the case inscribed Guerre over SG over 4875, the movement is unsigned
Condition Report: Watch is functioning. Glass cracked. Hair line cracks to the enamel dial. Case has some knocks and dents. Plating a bit dull and tired.View additional info and full condition report »
Description: Waltham, an open faced pocket watch, the white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals, hands and subsidiary seconds dial, the monogrammed four piece hinged Dennison case housing a seventeen jewel movement with a bi-metallic split compensated balance, having a star regulator
Condition Report: Watch is functioning. Movement No. 13473836. Hairline crack to the dial at 3 o'clock. 5cm diameter overall. The gold plated case by Dennison.View additional info and full condition report »
Description: William Grant, Midcallder, a silver open faced pocket watch, London 1865, the three piece hinged case housing a key wound movement numbered 11071; with a silver coloured watch chain"
Condition Report: Balance staff is broken.View additional info »
Description: Buren, a lady's 18 carat gold wrist watch, the round dial with black Arabic numerals and hands, the three piece hinged case housing a signed 15 jewel movement; with an open faced key wound pocket watch, the engine turned case stamped 'Fine Silver'; with a Victorian silver hunter pocket watch, with an unsigned key wound movementView additional info »
Description: W.H.Wood, 37 High St, Birmingham, an 18 carat gold open faced fob watch, Chester 1898, white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, and gilt hands, the two piece case housing a three quarter plate keyless wound movement, with a fitted travelling caseView additional info »