16 December 2011
This lot is offered without a reserve
American Waltham Watch. A Fine And Rare 14k Gold Split-Seconds Chronograph Hunter Case Keyless Lever Pocket Watch With 15 Minute Register
Signed American Waltham Watch Company, Waltham, Mass., Model, 88, Movement No. 3'126'284, Case No. 901'165, Circa 1886
Size 14 nickel-finished damascend three-quarter plate lever movement, bi-metallic compensation balance, gold cuvette, white enamel dial, Arabic numerals, two sunken subsidiary dials for 15 minute register and constant seconds, engine-turned circular case, two rectangular chronograph buttons in the coin-edged band, case, dial and movement signed, movement further signed Pat. Sept. 28.80 Eng. Pat. No. 324, Pat. Dec 1st 85.
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