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07 November 2016, 12:00 EST
Philadelphia, PA, USALive Auction
Lot 189: An agate cased pocket watch, Elgin, early 20th century(9 views)
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Estimate: $700 - $900
An agate cased pocket watch, Elgin
early 20th century
engraved decorative dial with sunk subsidiary seconds dial, gold filled bezel, crown and bow in a fitted case of banded agate.
Please note that the all information provided such as weights, grades, color, clarity are approximate and the opinion of the jewelry department of Freeman's. Pieces sold at auction are sold as is, and condition reports are provided for informational purposes only and not as guarantees of condition or quality.
Overall condition: very good.
Movement: not viewed for this catalog listing or condition report. Sets, winds and runs. Does not guarantee operation or accuracy.
Case in very good to excellent condition, some light scratches and wear.
Dial stamped: Elgin at 12 o'clock, Swiss at 6 o'clock
Dial & Hands: original in very good condition, dial with no cracks or hairlines. Blued diamond hands.
Freeman's does not guarantee accuracy or any of the functions of timepieces sold at auction, all items are sold 'as is'. Condition report reflects condition as of the date stated above when condition report was performed.
PLEASE NOTE: Some variations from these conditions can occur from the time of the original condition report to the day of the auction.
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