13 November 2006
Parkinson & Frodsham. A fine 18K gold openface keywound lever watch
Signed Parkinson & Frodsham, Change Alley, London, No. 738, stamped with London date letter for 1830
With full plate gilt-finished lever movement, chain fusée, plain three arm steel balance, diamond endstone, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds, in circular case with engraved coat-of-arms and motto Per Imbrem et Ignem to the reverse, case stamped with casemaker's initials IN and London date letter for 1830, dial signed, movement signed and numbered
54 mm. diam.
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Accompanied by Parkinson & Frodsham presentation box.
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