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Jules Jürgensen. A Fine and Rare 18k Pink Gold Hunter Case Two-Train Keyless Lever Split-Seconds Chronograph Watch with Jump Fifth Seconds
Jules Jürgensen. A Fine and Rare 18k Pink Gold Hunter Case Two-Train Keyless Lever Split-Seconds Chronograph Watch with Jump Fifth Seconds

SIGNED JULES JÜRGENSEN, COPENHAGEN, MOVEMENT AND CASE NO. 14'227, MANUFACTURED IN 1876

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Jules Jürgensen. A Fine and Rare 18k Pink Gold Hunter Case Two-Train Keyless Lever Split-Seconds Chronograph Watch with Jump Fifth Seconds Signed Jules Jürgensen, Copenhagen, Movement and Case No. 14'227, Manufactured in 1876 Cal. 20''' two-train nickel-finished jewelled lever movement, tandem winding, bimetallic compensation balance, patent bow setting, gold cuvette, white enamel dial, Roman numerals, outer calibrated black and red fifth seconds divisions, sunken subsidiary jump fifth seconds combined with center seconds, polished circular case, back case rim inscribed Patent 1867 January 15, split-seconds chronograph operated through two buttons in the band, case, cuvette, dial and movement signed, case and cuvette numbered 57mm diam.

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According to the Musée d'Horlogerie du Locle, the present watch movement was completed July 1876, with further adjustments completed October 29, 1877 and the final case work August 24, 1881. The final sale order is recorded as November 25, 1881, to an address in New York. At the time the watch cost 1226 Swiss Francs.

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