11 June 2004
Hookham. A nickel openface keywound lever timer
Signed Hookham's Patent, Standard Chronometer, Made Solely for & to be Obtained Only from Chamberlain & Hookham Ltd., Birmingham, No. 33379, circa 1895
With gilt-finished jewelled lever movement, nickel cuvette with two arbors for setting and winding, the white enamel dial with outer track calibrated for 30 units, subsidiary dial indicating 60 minute register, the large circular case with hinged back, case and movement numbered, dial signed
72 mm. diam.
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This watch is accompanied by a black presentation box.
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