J. Alfred Jürgensen. A fine and rare 18K gold hunter case two train independent split seconds keyless lever watch with flying fifths of a second
Signed J. Alfred Jürgensen, Copenhagen, No. 1197, case no. 85'166, circa 1884
Nickel-finished fully jewelled two train lever movement, bimetallic compensation balance, patented bow setting, glazed cuvette, white enamel dial, Roman numerals, outer red and black five minute divisions, blued steel moon-style hands, independent split seconds, subsidiary dial for flying fifths of a second and constant seconds, activated/stopped by depressing two buttons in the band, circular heavy engine-turned case, engraved inscription MBK from The Washington Park Club, Chicago June 7, 1884 to the inside cover, case, cuvette, dial and movement signed and numbered
56 mm. diam.