London, South Kensington
6 December 2000
A SILVER OPEN FACED MILITARY KEYLESS LEVER POCKET WATCH
J. Assmann, Glashutte I/Sachsen, No.9127, circa 1910.
white enamel dial signed J. Assmann I/Sachsen, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds, blued steel hands, frosted gilt movement signed J. Assmann, No.9127, Glashutte i S, jewelled to the third, bimetallic compensation balance with blued steel spiral spring and overcoil, numberd silvered cuvette, numbered case, the engine turned back inscribed with an M beneath a crown and numbered 647, diameter 50mm.
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