14 November 2011
Charles Frodsham. An 18K gold openface keyless lever chronograph watch
Signed Chas. Frodsham, 09853, AD.Fmsz, by appointment to the King, 27, South Molton St., London, stamped with London date letter for 1918
Gilt-finished lever movement, chronograph mechanism mounted on the top plate, bimetallic compensation balance, double terminal curve balance spring, diamond endstone, gold cuvette, tinted enamel dial, Roman numerals, two sunk subsidiary dials for 60 minute register and constant seconds, plain circular case with stepped bezel, five-knuckle hinge, turning pendant, chronograph operated through the crown, case numbered and stamped with casemaker's initials RN for Robert North and London date letter for 1918, cuvette stamped RN, dial and movement signed and numbered
54 mm. diam.
Important Watches - A Private Collection, Sotheby's, Geneva, 20 May 1997, lot 41.
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With Charles Frodsham & Co. Ltd. Certificate of Origin dated 1 September 2011.
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