London, South Kensington
5 December 2001
DISPLAY MODEL OF A LEVER ESCAPEMENT WITH HELICAL SPRING
Adolf Bartels, Lokstedt by Hamburg, Deutsche Uhrmacherschule, Glashutte i/Sa, circa 1910.
balance cock and pallet cock both with chased decoration, lever escapement, bimetallic compensation balance with blued helical hairspring, jewelled endstone and chaton held by two screws, screws polished, display parts made from brass and steel, display signed Deutsche Uhrmacherschule Glashutte i/sa, with wooden stepped base covered with glass dome, 205mm.
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