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Lot 191: A fourteen karat tri-color gold, hunting and box cased railroad pocket watch with 24 hour wind indicator, Waltham, vanguard
07 November 2016
Philadelphia, PA, USALive Auction
A fourteen karat tri-color gold, hunting and box cased railroad pocket watch with 24 hour wind indicator, Waltham
23 jewel movement 20029591, adj. 6 positions, screw set split bi-metallic balance, case no. 842397, double sunk dial with subsidiary seconds dial and 24 hour wind indicator, pendant wind, lever set. Case back featuring a stag.
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Overall condition: very good
Movement: Vanguard, very good overall condition, 23 jewel movement 20029591, adj. 6 positions, screw set split bi-metallic balance, winding gear marked Lossier Inner Terminal Hair spring, free of corrosion. Sets, winds and runs. Does not guarantee operation or accuracy.
Case back (inner & outer), hunting case and hinges: all in very good condition, some light scratches and wear.
Monogram shield on hunting case cover NOT engraved
Case marked: Roy 14k 585/1000 Fine 842397
Dial & Hands: original in very good condition, dial with no cracks or hairlines. Blued feuille hands. 24 hour winding indicator at 12 o'clock
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