29 May 2008
18K GOLD HUNTER CASE FIVE MINUTE REPEATING KEYLESS LEVER POCKET WATCH WITH SMALL SECONDS, SECONDARY HOUR HAND AND ENAMEL DIAL
NO. 10930, CIRCA 1870
Calibre 18''', jewelled trhough to the hammers, Earnshaw balance, repeating on gongs via hammers, index regulator, under transparent cover, the white enamel dial with painted Roman numerals, outer minute track, small seconds, in five-part case, engraved with stylised and dated monograms, the inside of the back cover inscribed Howard Potter from E.M.B. 1967, Founders Court E.C. London, 59 Wall Street, New York, repeating slide in the band, case dial and movement signed and numbered
Diameter: 51 mm.
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Please note the estimates of the present lot is HKD 35,000-45,000, not HKD 30,000-40,000 as stated in the catalogue.
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