AN EBONIZED POCKET WATCH HOLDER WITH WATCH MOVEMENT
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AN EBONIZED POCKET WATCH HOLDER WITH WATCH MOVEMENT

THE MOVEMENT BY BALTAZARD FAVRE, GENEVA. LATE 17TH CENTURY; THE WATCH HOLDER 19TH CENTURY, PROBABLY GERMAN

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AN EBONIZED POCKET WATCH HOLDER WITH WATCH MOVEMENT
THE MOVEMENT BY BALTAZARD FAVRE, GENEVA. LATE 17TH CENTURY; THE WATCH HOLDER 19TH CENTURY, PROBABLY GERMAN
Gilt brass verge movement, chain fusee, pierced and engraved balance cock, plain steel balance, silvered regulation disk, baluster pillars, the dial with an aperture showing a rotating enamelled disc decorated with figures above a scrolling centre signed Baltazard Favre, movement signed; winding key
22 cm. high; the movement 42 mm. diam.
Together with a South-West German ebonised and repoussé brass tableclock, signed Dismas Reiner in Riedlingen, 18th Century, eight-day twin barrel verge movement with integral backswinging pendulum, strike on one bell -37 cm. high (2)
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Baltazard Favre (Faure), recorded working in Basle circa 1689 and in Geneva 1702.
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