12 May 2008
Jules Jürgensen. An 18K gold hunter case two-train chronograph keyless lever watch with flying 1/5ths of a second
Signed Jules Jürgensen, Copenhagen, No. 11160, manufactured in 1867
With nickel-finished jewelled two-train lever movement wound by turning the crown to either side, bimetallic compensation balance, patented bow setting, gold cuvette, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, blued steel moon-style hands, outer red and black Arabic five minute divisions, flying 1/5ths of a second, in circular engine-turned case with ribbed band, the front cover with engraved inscription From Johanna M. Leyendecker to Rev. John B. McGrath December 20, 1920 to the inside, chronograph button in the band; case, cuvette, dial and movement signed
54 mm. diam.
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