17 June 2015
This lot is offered without a reserve
Tompion. An Early Gold Pair Case Verge Watch with Later Enamel Dial
Signed, Thomas Tompion, London, Movement No. 0299, London Date Letter for 1720
Full plate gilt-finished verge movement, chain fusée, three arm balance, pierced and engraved balance cock, silvered regulator disc, later white enamel dial, Roman numerals, outer minute track with Arabic five minute divisions, beetle and poker blued steel hands, polished inner and outer cases, movement signed, outer case with London date stamp for 1720
Outer case 53mm diam., inner case 45mm diam.
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Accompanied by a winding/setting key.
This lot is offered without reserve.
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