14 November 2011
Dent. A silver openface keyless lever karrusel watch with sweep centre seconds
Signed Dent, Watchmaker to the King, 61 Strand & 4 Royal Exchange, London, No. 58016, stamped with London date letter for 1912
Gilt-finished half-plate jewelled keyless lever movement, gilt Bonniksen-type karrusel carriage, bimetallic compensation balance, diamond endstone, silver cuvette, white enamel dial Roman numerals, sweep centre seconds, plain circular case, pink gold hinge to the back, gold crown, 9K gold bow, case, cuvette, dial and movement signed and numbered
57 mm. diam.
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A similar watch is described and illustrated in English Watches 1585 - 1970 by Terence Camerer Cuss, p. 450.
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