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WW Parts and Material
43018
WW parts - Lot of Bestfit brand hands for wristwatches, a good lot for the watchmaker in need of good watch hands though we note that one box appears to be not correctly organized.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$100.00
WW Parts and Material
49973
WW parts - Bestfit brand Expansion band repair kit #160 for wristwatches, a good lot for the watchmaker in need of an expansion kit, kit appears to be mostly complete.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$35.00
American Pocket Watches
45069
APW - Columbus, Columbus King, 21J, 18S, gold-plated OF recase, cream-colored enamel SS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, combination star and sunburst pattern nickel damascene, s#504907.
Condition: Mvt: NR, a little stiff to wind, balance wheel ticks for a few seconds after a twist, overhaul needed, fine cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright plates with numerous fine to micro-fine scratches, missing regulator spring and oxide to remainder of regulator assembly, one blued replacement plate screw; dial with few scattered hls, some separation of seconds-register to left side, fine scratch at 5, some very light edge rub under bezel; fine seconds-hand with oxide, fair hour and minute hands have been painted blue; case shows little wear, scuffing to rear, scattered pinprick nicks along high point of rear shoulder, no dents; tight slightly brassy bow, crown shows light wear; plastic crystal with some fine scratches.
NEW
$220.00
American Pocket Watches
47304
APW - Hampden, The Dueber Watch Co, 21J, 18S, gold-filled OF original Hampden case made by Dueber, cuvette with "Hampden Watch Co. Dueber Watch Co. Primus" signature ring, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, nickel damascene, s#3353967. Hampden signed cases such as this are rare, and were made in several versions of 18 and 16 size.
Condition: Mvt: Ticking somewhat sluggishly, overhaul recommended, nearly mint cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces, small scratch at edge of main plate near balance cock; dial with light outer chapter hls at 4; excellent hands; case shows medium wear, ding to lower-left perimeter of rear, some dings and nicks to band, reduced engine turning detail with full loss at rear shoulder, inner surface of cuvette is through entirely to brass, inner surface of rear is through to brass in some areas; tight brassy bow, crown shows medium wear with ridge break; clean plastic crystal.
$300.00
American Pocket Watches
47412
APW - Hamilton, Hayden W. Wheeler, "H.W.W.Co. Maiden Lane" marked mvt, 17J, 16S, gold-filled OF recase, white enamel DS dial, SW-SS, wavy line pattern nickel damascene, s#275024. The total production of this 17 jewel open face pendant-set Hayden W. Wheeler movement is believed to be 600 made.
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright plates with scattered micro-fine scratches, winding wheels with micro-fine scratches and minor oxide; dial with group of outer chapter hls above 2, few thin flakes to perimeter of seconds-register; fine-plus hands, hour and minute are blue, seconds-hand is plum colored; case shows very light wear, large but shallow dent and a shallow ding to rear near center, scattered dings and tiny nicks along band; brassy bow pivots freely, crown shows light wear; clean plastic crystal.
$300.00
American Pocket Watches
48349
APW - Illinois, Grade 184, "Monitor" marked mvt, 21J, 16S, gold-filled OF case, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, three-finger bridge Getty Model mvt, striped pattern nickel damascene, s#2009303. A very rare watch, the total production of the 21 jewel open face version of the Grade 184 was only 140 made.
Condition: Mvt: Running, fine-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, some scattered fine to micro-fine scratches, small bit of marring tight around lower case screw position; dial with outer chapter fracture at 2 and associated very small patched edge chip at its perimeter, hl below seconds-register at 6, some additional scattered faint hls, two small dark spots above "Watch" that appear likely as-made finish imperfections; fine hands, oxide and finish loss to tip of minute; case shows ample wear, scattered dings or mild shallow dents to rear, reduced engraving detail with sizable portions of full loss, patches of wear to brass around rear shoulder, wear to brass in strip following lower portion of band/bezel seam; tight bow, crown shows medium wear; good glass crystal.
$375.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
48659
APW - Illinois, Sangamo Special, 23J, 16S, gold-filled OF recase, rear shield with initial, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, jeweled barrel, crosshatch pattern nickel damascene, s#2970464.
Condition: Mvt: Running, winds somewhat stiffly, excellent-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, few micro-fine scratches, mild oxide to regulator spring; nearly flawless dial with infinitesimal nick to lower-right rim of seconds-register, mild fading of "30" and "40" numerals within seconds-register, some faint small light brown spots within seconds-register; fine hands, minute is a bit short and with oxide to its tip, hour and minute are plum colored, seconds-hand is blue; case shows little wear, very slight shallow dent toward upper-left of rear, few pinpoint nicks to band, good engine turning detail with mild reduction at shoulder; tight bow, crown shows very light wear; glass crystal with fine scratch left of center.
$675.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
48687
APW - Hamilton, "Standard, St. Louis" marked mvt, Grade 922, 15J, 18S, gold-filled OF original case, white enamel SS dial, SW-LS, nickel damascene, s#102616. A rare watch, the total production of the Grade 922 was 1000 made but the vast majority of these were marked "Imperial Canada" and only a far smaller portion were marked "Standard, St. Louis" as seen on this example. This particular serial number is listed in the Hamilton ledger as having been sold to Mermod & Jaccard of St. Louis on October 19th, 1903 and is from a group of 18 consecutive serial numbers (102601 to 102618) that were purchased by Mermod & Jaccard on October 19th, 1903.
Condition: Mvt: Ticking with error in the round and flat of balance motion after a weak start, balance motion with low amplitude, a little stiff to wind, overhaul needed, fair cosmetic mvt condition overall, barrel bridge with fine scratch crossing its right side, sizable areas of profuse fine to micro-fine scratching between s# and balance wheel, some additional fine to micro-fine scratches scattered elsewhere; dial with few central hls, few scattered micro-fine surface scratches; fine hands; case shows substantial wear, few gouges within rear, some dents and dings to rear, substantially reduced engraving detail with areas of full loss, strips of wear to brass to rear, bezel, and band edges, spots of wear to brass to rear shoulder and pendant; tight somewhat brassy bow, brassy crown shows medium wear; good glass crystal.
$325.00
American Pocket Watches
49476
APW - Hamilton, Grade 996, 19J, 16S, gold-filled OF recase with initialed shield to rear, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, jeweled barrel arbor, ornate nickel damascene, s#1543252.
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous plates with few micro-fine scratches, minor oxide to regulator assembly and winding wheels; dial with faint hl within seconds-register, faint outer chapter hl at 9, small flake to inner corner of outer chapter at 7, edge rub under bezel; fair hands with oxide; case with extra lever slot at 11, case shows medium wear, numerous tiny nicks and fine scratches along band and bezel and rear edges, few dings to rear more easily viewed from within, reduced engine turning and engraving detail with areas of full loss, thin partial rings of wear to brass to band edges; tight brassy bow, crown shows medium wear; good glass crystal.
$285.00
American Pocket Watches
49496
PW lot (2) Elgin, B.W. Raymond, Grade 478, 21J, 16S, gold-filled OF Elgin cases, white enamel SS dials, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapements, gilt damascene, one runs; this gold-flashed version of the Grade 478 was produced for a short period during World War II (made in approximately 1942), and it is believed that a bit less than 13000 total of these were made with the gold-flashed finish - [1] Case shows little wear, scattered tiny nicks to band, dial with scattered hls, small patched edge chip at 6, s#41527476, runs. [2] Case shows little wear, nick to band at 9, dial with perimeter hls at 4, s#41526650, NR, fully wound, likely broken balance staff.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
NEW
$500.00
American Pocket Watches
49952
APW - Hamilton, Grade 964, 17J, 16S, gold-filled OF original case with intials to rear, white enamel SS dial, SW-SS, nickel damascene, s#68957. A rare watch, the Grade 964 had a total production of only 340 made.
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous plates, some circular scratches surrounding position of stem detent screw, some scattered fine to micro-fine scratches elsewhere to plates, micro-fine scratches to smaller winding wheel; dial with scattered hls and micro-fine surface scratches; fine hands, hour and minute hands are blue, seconds-hand is plum colored and has oxide; case shows little wear, tiny nick to band near 2, no dents, slightly reduced engraving detail; tight brassy replacement bow, crown shows little wear; good glass crystal.
$750.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
53300
APW - Elgin, B.W. Raymond with winding indicator, Grade 478, 21J, 16S, gold-filled OF original B.W. Raymond Model case, white enamel DS dial with Canadian market 13 to 24 hour indications, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, striped pattern nickel damascene, s#28407086. An attractive example, highlighted by its scarce 24 hour Canadian market dial which is in flawless condition.
Condition: Mvt: Running, good winding indicator function apart from hand being at approximately the 32 hour position when watch is fully wound down, fine-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, plates with some scattered fine scratches, steelwork with some oxide; flawless dial; fine hands, minute hand with some oxide at its tip, winding indicator hand with finish loss; case shows light wear, profuse micro-fine scratches to rear, small circular protruding ding at center rear, few nicks to band, thin slivers of wear to brass to outermost perimeter ridges of bezel and rear; bow pivots freely, crown shows medium wear; good glass crystal with some glue excess at its seat.
$675.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
53305
APW - Illinois, "S.N. Clarkson, Special Railroader, Chicago," 17J, 18S, nickel OF display recase, "S.N. Clarkson, Chicago Ill." marked white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, two-tone checkerboard pattern gilt and nickel damascene, gilt mvt screws and regulator assembly, s#1204644. A rare and attractive Bunn grade private label movement, S.N. Clarkson advertised themselves as "The Railroad Jewelers" in the early-to-mid 1890s in a number of railroad associated periodicals and we have included a photo below of Clarkson's advertisement in the July, 1893 edition of the "Journal of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers" which illustrates
Condition: Mvt: Running, fine cosmetic mvt condition overall, some whitish toning of plates, balance cock screw and one barrel bridge screw are non-gilt replacements, case screws are mismatched; dial with some very faint outer chapter hls; fine hands with some oxide in areas; case shows little wear, overall tarnish, nick to band at 7:30, no dents, front bezel with somewhat loose fit allowing it to turn freely when closed; tight bow, crown shows little wear; glass crystal with some fine scratches.
$450.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
56571
APW - Elgin, Veritas, Grade 270, 21J, 16S, gold-filled OF recase, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, three-finger bridge model mvt, nickel damascene, s#12318594. An uncommon watch, per the February 2004 NAWCC Bulletin "Railroader's Corner" article, the total production of the Grade 270 Veritas is estimated to be 3450 made and these were the only Veritas-marked Elgins to have been made in the three-finger bridge plate design.
Condition: Mvt: Ticking with small bit of error in the flat and round of the balance motion, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous plates, small scratch around lower case screw, small marring around upper case screw, some oxide to steelwork; nearly flawless dial with few small fine scratches; fine hands, small bit of oxide to tip of hour, seconds-hand with finish loss; case shows light to medium wear, ding and abrasion to band at 5:30 with associated small bit of wear to brass, ding to rear above-left of center, reduced engine turning and engraving detail; tight brassy bow, crown shows medium wear with ridge break and crown has some excess up/down play; glass crystal with some scattered short scratches.
$325.00
American Pocket Watches
56572
APW - Elgin, Veritas, Grade 360, 21J, 16S, gold-filled OF case, marginal minute style white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, ornate nickel damascene, s#13482282. An uncommon to scarce watch, the total production of the Grade 360 was 1000 made with all examples being marked "Veritas" and being made in a single production run.
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces, some typical fine to micro-fine scratches, larger winding wheel with some oxide to its perimeter portion, few small bits of oxide elsewhere to steelwork; excellent dial with small outer chapter scratches at 47 and 52 minutes; excellent hour and seconds-hand, fine minute hand with oxide to tip and some oxide to hub; case shows little wear, profuse micro-fine scratches, some small nicks to band including a cluster at 8, no dents; tight bow, crown shows little wear; clean plastic crystal.
$400.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
56582
APW - Hamilton, Grade 940 with rare damascene, 21J, 18S, gold-filled OF recase with very attractive engine turning and engraving detail, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, wavy line pattern nickel damascene, s#148916. This eye-catching wavy line damascene was made by Hamilton for the Hayden Wheeler & Co. of Maiden Lane, New York City and this damascene is quite rare among 18 size Hamilton production. The Hamilton factory ledger shows this particular serial number as having been sold to Wheeler & Co. on May 22nd, 1901.
Condition: Mvt: Ticking very sluggishly on a full wind, overhaul recommended, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, plates with some scattered fine to micro-fine scratches and small nicks, some areas of oxide to regulator assembly; excellent dial with tiny perimeter fracture and nick at 5, some beveling rub of perimeter under bezel; excellent hands; case shows little wear, mild shallow dent to upper rear which is more evident to inner surface of lid, some scattered nicks, good engine turning and engraving detail; tight bow, crown shows light wear; good glass crystal.
$700.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
57019
APW - Howard Keystone, Series 10, 21J, 16S, gold-filled OF original Howard swingout case with signature ring within rear, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, striped pattern nickel damascene, s#1152680.
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright plates with few micro-fine scratches, oxide to regulator spring and some mvt screws, speck of oxide to larger winding wheel; dial with few scattered faint outer chapter hls, edge chip mostly under bezel at 5, edge rub under bezel, center section and seconds-register are a bit of an off-white tone with some contract to the dial's whiter outer chapter; excellent hour and minute hands, fine seconds-hand with oxide; case shows little wear, dent with dings to rear bottom edge, scattered dings and tiny nicks along rear shoulder and edge, few strips of wear to brass to pendant; tight misshapen bow with slightly brassy underside, crown shows light wear; good glass crystal.
$300.00
American Pocket Watches
57911
APW - Seth Thomas, Grade 281, 17J, Model 5, 18S, nickel OF display recase, white enamel DS impressed dial, SW-SS, two-tone gilt and nickel damascene, s#233541.
Condition: Mvt: Running, winds and sets somewhat stiffly and setting mechanism has an audible creaking sound when turned, nearly mint cosmetic mvt condition overall, excellent two-tone color, scattered micro-fine scratches, oxide to regulator spring; case shows very little wear, small ding or nick to perimeter of rear, no dents; tight bow, crown shows little wear; good glass crystals.
NEW
$250.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
57912
APW - Rockford, Grade 315, 21J, 12S, gold-filled OF recase with initials to rear, 1920 presentation inside rear, white enamel DS dial, SW-SS, fully capped lever escapement, crosshatch pattern nickel damascene, s#788127. A scarce high grade watch, the total production of the Grade 315 was 600 made.
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces, some fine to micro-fine scratches with greatest concentrations being to balance cock and around case screw positions; dial with outer chapter hls at 4:30 and 6:30; fine hands, minute is a bit short; case shows little wear, profuse micro-fine scratches, few mild dings to rear, good engraving detail; bow pivots freely, crown shows little wear; glass crystal with short scratch at lower perimeter, few fine scratches elsewhere.
$265.00
American Pocket Watches
57914
APW - Waltham, Appleton Tracy & Co, 17J, Model 1892, 18S, nickel OF case, white enamel DS dial, SW-SS, nickel damascene, s#7005977. An attractive early Model 1892 example, this watch is from the first run of Model 1892 Appleton Tracy & Co. production.
Condition: Mvt: Running, nearly mint cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces, some scattered mild micro-fine scratches; dial with some extremely faint outer chapter hls; nearly mint hands; case shows ample wear, some scattered tarnish spotting, ding to band at 1:30; tight bow, crown shows medium wear; glass crystal with numerous scattered fine scratches.
NEW
$235.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
57923
APW - Waltham, "Geo. R. Youmans, Waycross, GA." marked mvt and dial, 17J, Model 1883, 18S, gold-filled OF original case, white enamel DS dial, SW-SS, nickel damascene, gilt mvt screws and regulator assembly, s#7451081. An attractive double-signed private label, we have encountered both Model 1883 and Model 1892 Waltham movements signed for this firm. An interesting entry related to this firm is in the April 21st, 1944 edition of the Waycross Journal-Herald newspaper which notes the death of a Dalevan Salisbury who is stated to have "retired several years ago after 40 years as chief watch inspector for the Youman's Jewelry Company, which handled inspections for the Atlantic Coast Line, the Florida East Coast, and other roads."
Condition: Mvt: Ticking somewhat sluggishly on a full wind, overhaul recommended, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, some scattered fine to micro-fine scratches, some oxide to regulator assembly; dial with hl to right side of center section, hl below seconds-register at 6, few small glaze scratches; fair hands with oxide and finish loss; case shows medium wear, some mars to reverse of pendant, no dents, reduced engraving detail; somewhat misshapen bow pivots semi-freely and is thinned at top, crown shows medium wear; good glass crystal.
$225.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
57924
APW - Elgin, 11J, 18S, gold-filled HC with attractive engine turning and engraving detail, white enamel SS dial, KWKS, nickel damascene, s#1610344. An attractive gold-filled 18 size keywind hunting case, these are becoming increasingly difficult to find in good condition in today's market.
Condition: Mvt: NR, fully wound, ticks briefly with a twist, overhaul needed, fine-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, scattered small surface spots and fine to micro-fine scratches; dial with hl to upper-left of seconds-register; fine hands; case shows very light wear, ding to rear center, excellent engraving detail, engine turning detail with mild reduction in areas; tight bow, push shows light wear with some areas of wear to brass; good glass crystal.
NEW
$475.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
58117
APW - Howard Keystone, 17J, 10S, white gold-filled OF original Howard case with beautiful pattern engraving detail to rear and signature ring within, metal dial with striped pattern center, SW-SS, nickel-plated train wheels, nickel damascene, s#37960. Comes in a "Howard" marked wooden box and with a 14 inch white gold-filled fancy link straight watch chain with white gold-filled Masonic fob and white gold-filled pocket knife with one blade and a set of sheers.
Condition: Mvt: NR, fully wound, balance does not move freely, overhaul needed, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright plates, speck of oxide to tail of regulator; virtually mint dial with only a few scattered micro-fine surface scratches; excellent hands; case shows very little wear, no dents or dings, excellent engraving detail; tight bow, crown shows little wear; glass crystal with tiny edge nick near 7. Box in poor condition, profuse exterior spots of discoloration and finish damage, good button latch and hinge, pocket watch display edge is almost completely detached, two pieces of interior velvet are loose. Chain in excellent condition, brassy fob, pocket knife tools are difficult to open and have rust.
$120.00
American Pocket Watches
58458
APW - Ball Hamilton, Official RR Standard, Grade 999N, 23J, 16S, gold-filled OF Ball Official RR Standard stirrup bow recase, white enamel SS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, jeweled barrel arbor, bull's-eye pattern nickel damascene, s#B606504.
Condition: Mvt: Running, fine-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, some scattered fine to micro-fine scratches; flawless dial; excellent hands, minute with finish loss to tip; case shows light wear, a short scratch and few mild dings and nicks to rear perimeter, thin slivers of wear to brass to portions of bezel, band and rear perimeter; tight bow, crown shows medium wear; glass crystal with small scratch at lower perimeter.
NEW
$735.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
58753
APW - Hamilton, Grade 992B with very rare 1B serial number prefix, 21J, 16S, gold-plated OF original Hamilton Model 16 case, painted metal reproduction dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, mono-metallic balance with Elinvar hairspring, striped pattern nickel damascene, s#1B27097. The 1B serial numbered Grade 992B movements are notably rare and were produced in about 1970 after the termination of "regular" 992B production the preceding year. The reason for their different serial number prefix is that Hamilton made these watches by using their remaining stock of pillar plates that had been intended for future Ball Hamilton Grade 999B production and were stamped with the 1B serial number sequence typical to 999B production. These 1B serial numbered 992B watches (and a similar very few 992B with "S" serial prefix from Grade 950B pillar plates, as well as a larger number of 992B with "4C" serial prefix from Grade 4992B pillar plates) are often referred to as "clean up" production by Hamilton collectors and represent the last American output of railroad Grade pocket watches.
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, fine scratch crossing larger winding wheel, some typical mild micro-fine scratches elsewhere; reproduction dial with some mild edge rub under bezel; excellent hands, hour and minute are black, seconds-hand is blue and has some oxide; case shows medium wear, some dings to band, numerous small mars to band adjacent bezel seam likely from attempted to open with a tool, wear to brass to rear perimeter; bow pivots freely and is somewhat misshapen, crown shows medium wear; glass crystal with some glue excess at its seat.
NEW
$450.00
American Pocket Watches
58762
PW lot (3) American, private labels, 17J, 18S, nickel OF cases, enamel dials, two run though one needed some prodding to start - [1] Seth Thomas, "I.M. Radabaugh, Hastings Minn." marked mvt, Model 5, case shows substantial wear, numerous scratches, scattered dings, case rear leaves a narrow gap to band in areas when closed, bow is a misshapen brass replacement, "I.M. Radabaugh" marked DS impressed dial with scattered hls, small edge nick at 6, SW-SS, two-tone gilt and nickel damascene, s#286045, ticking when wound but mainspring is likely broken and audibly slips with every several turns of the crown, overhaul needed, missing regulator spring. [2] Illinois, "Carl G. Strock, Santa Ana, Cal." marked mvt and dial, case shows little wear, scattered nicks, crown is missing most of its jacket (outer layer), dial with faint to very faint hls between 4 and 5, very faint hl above seconds-register, SW-LS, nickel damascene, s#2158094, running after requiring some prodding to start. [3] Illinois, Washington Watch Co., Liberty Bell, swingout case shows light wear, some scattered nicks, Montgomery SS dial with Gothic numerals, dial with perimeter hl between 4 and 5, perimeter hl between 7:30 and 8, some semi-circular brown marks of hand rub within seconds-register, SW-LS, nickel damascene, s#2486156, runs, missing regulator assembly.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
NEW
$375.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
58763
APW - Hamilton, Grade 992, 21J, 16S, gold-filled OF original Hamilton Model 9 case, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, striped pattern nickel damascene, s#1671990. A rare Hamilton factory case, this is in fact one of two styles that Hamilton identified as the Model 9 and this is the earlier of the two and features a distinctive "beeded" design to its bezel, rear perimeter, and bow.
Condition: Mvt: Running after a twist to start, fine-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces, fingerprint-type etching to one side of larger winding wheel; dial with hl below seconds-register at 6; fine hands, minute with finish loss to much of its spade; case shows medium wear, profuse fine to micro-fine scratches to rear, few dings to rear evident as rippling of reflection, small ding to band near 7, strip of wear to brass to band, thin sliver of wear to brass to rear shoulder; bow pivots freely, crown shows light wear; glass crystal with some short scratches.
NEW
$350.00
American Pocket Watches
58765
APW - Hamilton, Grade 950, 23J, 16S, white gold-filled OF original Hamilton Model 4 case with stiff bow, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, jeweled barrel arbor, striped pattern nickel damascene, s#1575006.
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, some toning of plate surfaces, some scattered fine to micro-fine scratches, regulator spring is a replacement that overhangs lip of case by a bit; excellent dial with few spots of edge scrape under bezel, minuscule pinpoint edge nick under bezel at 3:30; excellent hands; case shows little wear, mild dent to band at 6:30 with associated group of small dings, good engraving detail; stiff bow with some wear to brass at its edges, crown shows little wear; glass crystal with some scratches.
NEW
$590.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
58776
APW - Hamilton, "Mermod & Jaccard's St. Louis Paragon Time-Keeper" with hourglass image to mvt and dial, Grade 942, 21J, 18S, gold-plated OF recase, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, gilt mvt screws and regulator assembly, gilt disk surrounding balance jewel setting, narrow stripe pattern nickel damascene, s#434501. One of Hamilton's most eye-catching private labels, the "Mermod & Jaccard's St. Louis Paragon Time-Keeper" has a unique appearance with its elegant hourglass logo to its movement and dial. These watches were made by Hamilton in four grades of 21 jewel movement (940, 941, 942 and 943) as well as two grades of 17 jewel movement (926 and 927). The Grade 942 and Grade 943 versions are the finest quality of these grades and are the only version of the "Paragon Time-Keeper" to feature gilt screws and regulator assembly.
Condition: Mvt: Running, fine-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces, some scattered scratches and fine scratches; dial with edge chips between 1 and 2:30 which have been gone over with white paint, outer chapter hl near 4; fine hands, some finish loss to minute; case shows little wear, few pinpoint nicks, minuscule sliver of wear to brass following bottom of band/bezel seam; tight bow, crown shows light wear; glass crystal with few small fine scratches.
NEW
$800.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
59176
APW - Hamilton, Grade 2974B, World War II era U.S. Navy "Comparing Watch," mvt marked marked "US Navy Bu. Ships," 17J, 16S, chrome-plated base metal OF original case with inner snap-on cuvette, white enamel DS dial, baton style hands, SW-SS with hacking function, mono-metallic balance with Elinvar hairspring, striped pattern nickel damascene, s#K566. A notably early example with the attractive double-sunk dial typical of the early portion of 2974B production, this example is listed in the Hamilton factory ledger as having been sold February 26th, 1942.
Condition: Mvt: NR, fully wound, likely broken balance staff, hacking wire engaging, overhaul needed, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, light toning and few micro-fine scratches to plates, few specks of oxide to regulator assembly and click; dial with short faint hl above seconds-register, few micro-fine surface scratches, negligible nick to lower-left center edge at 8; excellent hands; case rear with mismatched serial number to band, case shows light to medium wear, few light scratches to cuvette from past slipped openings, scattered fine scratches and pinprick nicks to rear, no dents or dings, rear with virtually full loss of chrome finish; tight bow sits slightly askew, crown shows light wear; plastic crystal with scattered fine scratches.
NEW
$275.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
59178
APW - Hamilton, Grade 954, 17J, 16S, gold-filled OF original Hamilton case with fancy initials to rear, cuvette with signature ring, white enamel DS dial, SW-SS, fishscale pattern nickel damascene, s#803757. This pendant set version of the Grade 954 is somewhat more uncommon, with a total production of 1898 made of the pendant-set versus 2700 made of the lever-set version.
Condition: Mvt: Running, winding mechanism with a periodic skippage with associated clicking noise, excellent-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous plates with some scattered pinpricks, few specks of oxide to regulator assembly and smaller winding wheel, missing both case screws; dial with few scattered outer chapter hls, some edge wear under bezel; excellent hands; case shows very light wear, dent to band bottom, dent to left rear shoulder, reduced engraving detail; tight somewhat brassy bow, crown shows medium wear; good glass crystal.
NEW
$235.00
American Pocket Watches
59182
APW - Elgin, Father Time, Grade 374, 21J, 16S, gold-filled OF recase with inner snap-on cuvette, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapememt, sunburst pattern nickel damascene, s#14631909.
Condition: Mvt: NR, ticks with some error in the flat of its balance motion after some light prodding and occasionally stops, overhaul needed, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, scattered micro-fine scratches to plates, minor oxide to regulator assembly and small speck to hub of smaller winding wheel; dial with flake at seconds-register hole, very faint hl above seconds-register, edge rub under bezel, tiny edge flake under bezel at 5; fair hands with oxide; case shows very light wear, marring to cuvette at lip, some scuffing to rear, scattered dings and tiny nicks along band, two small spots of wear to brass to pendant; tight bow with brassy underside, crown shows little wear; glass crystal with numerous scratches.
NEW
$185.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
59184
APW - Waltham, Vanguard, 23J, 16S, gold-filled OF original case with attractive engine turning and engraving detail to rear, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, jeweled barrel, diamond endstone, nickel damascene, s#20141157.
Condition: Mvt: NR, fully wound, balance will tick sluggishly with a twist and excess pressure applied to crown, overhaul needed, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous plates, spot of oxide to regulator; dial with edge fracture and associated flake at setting lever, fine scratch within seconds-register; excellent hour and minute hands, fine seconds-hand with oxide; case shows light wear, no dents or dings, reduced engine turning and engraving detail, rear detail sits slightly askew from vertical; bow with brassy underside pivots semi-freely, crown shows light wear; good glass crystal.
$190.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
59185
APW - Hamilton, Grade 992 Elinvar, 21J, 16S, gold-filled OF original Hamilton Model 2 bar-over-crown case with initials to rear, Montgomery white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, mono-metallic balance with blued Elinvar hairspring, wide striped pattern nickel damascene, s#2594608.
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright plates with few micro-fine scratches, few nicks to inner escape bridge edge across from regulator, few tiny specks of oxide to winding wheels and regulator assembly; dial with small fracture and associated hl and chip above seconds-register, two short scratches to center right; excellent-plus hands, hour and minute with very minor oxide; case shows little wear, few pinprick nicks to left band, no dents or dings, reduced engraving detail; tight bow, crown shows light wear, tube of bar-over-crown is a replacement of somewhat different color than the original; plastic crystal with few fine scratches.
NEW
$325.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
59189
APW - Hamilton, Grade 992B, 21J, 16S, stainless steel OF original Hamilton Model 15 case with circular finish to rear, earlier vintage white enamel SS dial with Canadian market 13 to 24 hour indications, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, mono-metallic balance with Elinvar hairspring, striped pattern nickel damascene, s#C349326.
Condition: Mvt: Ticking sluggishly, overhaul needed, crown catches slightly when winding and setting making doing so somewhat rough, nearly mint cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous plates with few micro-fine scratches, few specks of oxide to larger winding wheel; dial with few scattered faint hls, short scratch near 1:30, fine surface scratch near 7; excellent hands with minor oxide; case shows very little wear, few scuffs to rear, no dents or dings, circular finish remains visible to center but fades at shoulder; tight bow, crown shows little wear; plastic crystal with scuffing.
NEW
$250.00
SOLD
European Pocket Watches
52171
EPW - Omega, dial signed as "Regina" as typical for Omega to Canadian market, "A. Logan & Co. Greenwood. B.C." marked mvt, mvt also marked "Superior Adjusted," 54mm, 10 year gold-filled OF case, name and 1900 date engraved inside rear, white enamel DS dial, SW-SS, fully capped lever escapement, 21J, snail-cam regulator, nickel damascene, frosted winding wheel finish, s#2392203. A scarce and attractive high grade private label for the Canadian market.
Condition: Mvt: Running, fine-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, plates with few fine scratches, some oxide to steelwork; excellent dial with small flaking around seconds-register hole, few fine scratches, some edge scrape under case bezel between 4 and 6; excellent hands; case shows substantial wear, profuse fine to micro-fine scratches, few nicks, no dents or dings, wear to brass to much of band and areas of bezel and rear perimeter, brassy bow pivots freely, crown shows ample wear; glass crystal with scattered scratches, abrasions and nicks.
$375.00
SOLD
European Pocket Watches
53295
EPW - Ball Record, Swiss, Grade 435B, Official RR Standard, 21J, 16S, gold-filled OF original Ball Official RR Standard stirrup bow case, white enamel SS impressed dial, SW-LS, mono-metallic balance with Incabloc protection, fully capped lever escapement with Kif Duofix settings, pinstripe pattern nickel damascene, s#2531. The Ball Record "Official RR Standard" watches were produced beginning in 1954 and based on observed examples it appears the total production of the Grade 435B was a bit over 3600 made.
Condition: Mvt: NR, fully wound, balance is overbanked, setting mechanism not engaging as setting lever will not pull out, overhaul needed, bright lustrous surfaces with few micro-fine scratches, steelwork with few very small bits of oxide; dial with faint hl between center and 10; excellent hands; case shows little wear, profuse micro-fine scratches, ding or mild gouge toward upper-left of rear, some small nicks to band; bow pivots freely and has some dings at top, crown shows little wear; plastic crystal with short scratch at upper-right perimeter, some fine scratches elsewhere.
$340.00
SOLD
PW Movements and Dials Only
48693
PW mvt only - Waltham, Riverside Maximus, 23J, 16S, OF model mvt, white enamel SS dial with distinctive script signature characteristic to this mvt grade, SW-SS, fully capped lever escapement, jeweled barrel, diamond endstones on balance and escape wheel, ornate nickel damascene, s#11510605.
Condition: Mvt: Ticks somewhat sluggishly after a twist to start, excellent-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous plates, some marring to disk around balance jewel setting, few scattered micro-fine scratches to plates and winding wheels, few specks of oxide to regulator assembly and winding wheels; dial with scattered hls; fine seconds-hand, poor hour and minute hands with oxide and full color loss.
$525.00
SOLD
PW Movements and Dials Only
56847
PW mvt lot (2) Elgin, B.W. Raymond, Grade 571, 21J, 16S, OF model mvts, white enamel dials, SW-shift-locking-LS, nickel damascene, missing both case scews, both run - [1] "B.W. Raymond, Elgin" marked SS impressed dial, dial with few scattered hls, few negligible edge nicks, s#I373739. [2] Montgomery SS dial with seconds-register appearing to have been pasted into place, scattered hls, some light edge rub, s#J374321.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$200.00
PW Movements and Dials Only
56862
PW mvt only - Hampden, "Chronometer" marked mvt with lever escapement, 21J, 16S, OF model mvt, white enamel DS dial, SW-SS, fully capped lever escapement, striped pattern nickel damascene, s#3544047.
Condition: Mvt: Runs after a twist to start, fine cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright plates with scattered micro-fine scratches, short gouge to fourth wheel finger at plate screw, few micro-fine scratches and very minor oxide to winding wheels and regulator assembly, smaller winding wheel is missing a tooth; dial with scattered hls, hand rub within seconds-register, two tiny fractures at 5, thin sliver to left edge of center, light edge rub between 8 and 11; fine-plus hands, minute with oxide to tip.
NEW
$185.00
PW Movements and Dials Only
56864
Mvt only - Elgin, Grade 412, 21J, 18S, OF model mvt, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, striped pattern nickel damascene, s#15939413.
Condition: Mvt: Running, fine-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright plates with scattered fine to micro-fine scratches, minor oxide to regulator and winding assembly; dial with few outer chapter hls and fine scratches to upper portion; fine hands with minor oxide.
$125.00
SOLD
PW Movements and Dials Only
57304
PW mvt only - Waltham, Grade 845, Model 1892, 21J, 18S, HC model mvt, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, nickel damascene, s#16159616.
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous plates with few long fine scratches, minor oxide to winding wheels and regulator assembly; excellent dial with three negligible flakes to left edge of seconds-register, some scattered negligible edge flecks; fine-plus hands, hour and minute with oxide at tip.
NEW
$185.00
PW Movements and Dials Only
57305
Mvt only - Illinois, A. Lincoln, 21J, scarce HC Model 4 mvt, 16S, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, pinstripe pattern nickel damascene, s#2002476. A scarce watch, the total production of this hunting case Model 4 A. Lincoln is believed to be 1500 made.
Condition: Mvt: Running, fine cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright plates with many scattered fine to micro-fine scratches especially around case screw positions, micro-fine scratches to winding wheel, few minuscule specks of oxide to winding wheel and regulator assembly, missing both case screws; dial with scattered faint hls, minuscule nicks, flakes, and micro-fine scratches; fine hands with minor oxide.
$330.00
PW Movements and Dials Only
57306
PW mvt lot (2) Rockford, 21J, 16S, white enamel DS dials, SW-LS, nickel damascene, both run - [1] Grade 540, HC model mvt, dial with faint hl to right center, edge flake at setting lever, light edge rub, s#558756, larger winding wheel has been sanded, missing both case screws. [2] Grade 545, OF model mvt, Montgomery dial with patched chip above 11, scattered hls, fractures near 3, two edge flakes between 4 and 5, edge chip at 11, deep edge rub, s#560304, missing one case screw.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$350.00
PW Movements and Dials Only
57920
Mvt only - Illinois, Sangamo Special, 21J, 16S, OF model mvt, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, broad transverse band pattern nickel damascene, s#2790548.
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces, scattered micro-fine scratches; dial with outer chapter hls at 3:30 and 6:30, scratch at 10, fine hands, minute with oxide to hub and finish loss to tip.
$400.00
SOLD
PW Movements and Dials Only
57929
PW mvt only - Illinois, Grade 179, 21J, 16S, HC model mvt, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, two-tone gilt and nickel damascene, s#1369736. A scarce top grade watch, the total production of this hunting case version of the Grade 179 was 700 made. In this cataloguer's opinion the two-tone version of these movements are one of Illinois' most beautiful damascene patterns, and this particular example is notable for the exceptional preservation of its two-tone color.
Condition: Mvt: Ticking sluggishly and stopping frequently, overhaul needed, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, superb two-tone color, pallet bridge has been sanded and has resultant fine scratch striations throughout; dial with some outer chapter hls, small flaw to inner rim of outer chapter at 9:30, few very small edge flakes; excellent hands.
$750.00
PW Movements and Dials Only
58122
PW mvt only - Illinois, "Special S.S. Standard" marked mvt, 21J, 18S, HC model mvt, "Stephen Swart, West Bay City, Mich." marked white enamel DS Gothic numeral dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, bright spotted pattern nickel damascene, s#1298069. An unusual and interesting Bunn Special grade private label movement.
Condition: Mvt: NR, fully wound, balance does not move freely, overhaul needed, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, some overall toning, few tiny dark spots and micro-fine scratches to plates, minor oxide to regulator and balance wheel, missing one case screw; dial with patched chip to lower-left of center, patched chip inside 3, scattered hls and few fractures, scratches within seconds-register, edge flake at 8; fine hour and minute hands with minor oxide, hour hand with bend at its neck, missing seconds-hand but post is present.
NEW
$180.00
SOLD
PW Movements and Dials Only
58127
Mvt only - Tissot & Co, Locle, 36mm dial plate diameter, HC model mvt, white enamel SS dial, SW-shift-locking-LS, lever escapement, 15J, fausses-côtes pattern nickel damascene, no visible s#.
Condition: Mvt: Running, somewhat difficult to set at function will disengage easily, fine cosmetic mvt condition overall, cloudy plates with scattered dark spots, oxide to winding wheels and few specks to regulator; dial with seconds-register re-seated and out of leve;, scattered hls, scratch at 7, scratch at 2; fine minute hand and seconds-hand of mismatched styles, hour hand is broken off.
$60.00
PW Movements and Dials Only
58781
PW mvt lot (2) Hampden, 21J, 16S, OF model mvts, white enamel DS dials, SW-SS, nickel damascene, both run - [1] Grade 120, "Dueber Hampden" marked Montgomery dial with group of outer chapter hls between 11 and 12, outer chapter hl at 5, edge flake at 10:30, s#3647794, missing both case screws. [2] Grade 115, dial with two outer chapter hls between 6 and 8, faint outer chapter hl at 11, few scattered micro-fine surface scratches and negligible nicks, s#3585952, missing one case screw.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$200.00
PW Dials Only
41328
Dial lot (6) Five Waltham, one unmarked, all with some defects; an interesting assortment of unusual pieces for the dial collector - [1] Waltham, white enamel DS dial with 13 to 24 hour numerals, seconds-register hole is not completed, 18S. [2] Waltham 8-day metal dial with unusual marginal minute arrangement, 60mm. [3] Waltham, "A.W.W.Co. Waltham, Eugene E. Adams" marked white enamel unfinished dial. [4] Waltham, "Chronómetro Victoria, A.W.W.Co. Waltham" marked fancy white enamel SS impressed unfinished dial with blue stars in center and gold foil accents, 46mm. [5] Waltham, white enamel unfinished dial stamped "Waltham Dial Co." on rear, 47mm. [6] Unmarked, white enamel unfinished dial with painted snowy scene and mistletoe, 12S.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$75.00
PW Dials Only
51836
Black, red, and white enameled 14K yellow gold hinged Knights of Columbus fraternal fob with details including a knight's helmet at top, "K of C" crest to front, and a rook with a keyhole door and window to rear, bail is a gold-filled replacement, measures 16mm x 32mm to top of bail. Gross weight of fob 2.1 dwt (3.2 g).
Condition: Excellent condition overall, light wear to engraving details, enamel intact but some areas to rear with pitting.
$135.00
PW Dials Only
55266
Dial lot (2) Rockford 0S fancy enamel SS impressed dials, three dial feet - [1] Virtually flawless pale green and white dial with gold foil accents with only some negligible edge nicks. [2] Excellent light ivory colored dial with blue numerals and gold foil accents with group of very fine surface scratches at 10 that are difficult to find, stamped "Swiss" to rear.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$120.00
PW Dials Only
55268
Dial only - Waltham, 16S, fancy light gray and white enamel SS impressed dial with gold, silver, and red foil accents, three dial feet; a superb and unusually eye-catching fancy dial with its distinctive gray color.
Condition: Nearly flawless dial with micro-fine surface scratch at 7.
$250.00
PW Dials Only
56843
PW dial only - Ball Hamilton, Official RR Standard, 16S, white enamel SS dial with blue Canadian market 13 to 24 hour indications which are applied atop dial glaze; a superb dial ready to go for a movement in need!
Condition: Virtually flawless dial with only three micro-fine scratches under 1 that are difficult to find.
$175.00
Multiple PW s 2 and 3
48355
PW lot (2) Elgin, B.W. Raymond with gilt hairsprings and hairspring studs, gold-filled OF cases, white enamel DS dials, SW-LS, nickel damascene, both run though one with a sluggish start; an attractive pair for the Elgin railroad collector with both having the uncommon to scarce feature of a gilt hairspring and stud, this feature is found among a small portion of Elgin's high grade production of this era and was an available upgrade offered by Elgin for the purpose of corrosion resistance - [1] Grade 390, 21J, 18S, case shows medium to ample wear, shallow dent to rear left of center, reduced engine turning detail with full loss through rear perimeter, virtually flawless dial with infinitesimal edge nick under bezel at 3:30, micro-fine scratch below seconds-register at 5:30, s#15768171, running after a sluggish start. [2] Grde 370, 17J, 16S, case shows medium wear, scattered small nicks to band, reduced engine turning detail with full loss through rear perimeter, dial with small fracture and small associated surface flaking above seconds-register, scattered outer chapter hls, s#15502333
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
NEW
$480.00
SOLD
Multiple PW s 2 and 3
48356
PW lot (2) Illinois, railroad grades, Getty Model, 16S, OF cases, white enamel DS Gothic numeral dials, SW-LS, nickel damascene, both run though one is sluggish - [1] Sangamo, 21J, gold-filled case shows medium wear, dents to rear, dings to band and bezel, strips of wear to brass following band seams, dial with few outer chapter hls, tiny patched chip at lower-right corner of center section above 5, tiny flaking to upper perimeter of seconds-register, some perimeter scrape under bezel, hour hand is a mismatched replacement of different color and with a polished spade, s#2438644, ticking sluggishly, overhaul recommended. [2] Grade 187 (marked), 17J marked as "17 Ruby Jewels," nickel case shows medium wear, bezel with radial scratches throughout that appear to have been intentionally made, denting to rear, numerous hard dark green spots on surface of rear, dial with outer chapter hl at 6, s#2487237; this fully marked version of the Grade 187, complete with Illinois factory marking to its dial plate, is relatively scarce.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$490.00
Multiple PW s 2 and 3
49505
PW lot (2) Hamilton, Grade 992B, 21J, 16S, OF Hamilton cases, white enamel SS dials, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapements, mono-metallic balances with Elinvar hairsprings, striped pattern nickel damascene, both run though one is somewhat sluggish; an attractive pair with matching dials and with complimentary Hamilton cases of the same design but different materials - [1] Gold-filled Model 9 case shows very little wear, no dents or dings, nearly flawless dial with two small edge flakes under bezel near 1, s#C223403, ticking somewhat sluggishly on a full wind; this version of the Model 9 case by Star Watch Case Co. is scarce and was made for the 992B for a short time in the late 1940s. [2] Chrome-plated base metal Model 12 case shows very light wear, short scratch toward lower-left perimeter of rear, profuse fine to micro-fine scratches throughout remainder of rear, scattered nicks to band, excellent dial with only a very small "U" shaped hl at edge at 9:30, s#C168604; a scarce case style that was offered in 1947 and 1948 by Hamilton as a lower-cost option for the 992B, the Model 12 case did not carry Hamilton markings but are instead marked inside their rear with simply "Defiance" as seen on this example.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
NEW
$650.00
Multiple PW s 2 and 3
52182
PW lot (2) New York Standard, OF cases, enamel dials, SW-LS, nickel damascene, both NR with overhaul needed - [1] Dan Patch "Stop Watch" chronograph, 7J, 16S, gold-filled OF case with Dan Patch racehorse portrait to rear above "Dan Patch 1:55" marking, case shows hardly any wear, profuse micro-fine scratches, few fine scratches, no dents or dings, superb engraving detail, glass crystal with scratches and abrasions and is rubbing on sweep seconds-hand causing it to move when bezel is threaded on and off, SS impressed dial with hl from 12:30 toward center, s#GC001447, NR, fully wound, will tick weakly with some error to its balance motion when excess pressure is held to crown, when chronograph is tested with excess pressure to crown it exhibits good stop and start function but is not resetting. [2] 11-15J, 18S, nickel swingout case shows medium wear, scattered tarnish spots throughout, scattered nicks, dial with very attractive maroon colored markings including log-style hour numerals, gold foil 5-minute markers and accents between hour numerals, dial with hl from edge at 11:30 extending toward right side of signature, small surface flake at center left of hands, mild hand rub within seconds-register, s#276132, NR, fully wound, will tick briefly with a twist.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$230.00
Multiple PW s 2 and 3
57011
PW lot (3) American, railroad grades, 21J, 16S, gold-filled OF cases, nickel damascene, all run - [1] Hamilton, Grade 992B, Hamilton Model 11 case shows medium wear, scattered fine scratches and scuffs, rings and spots of wear to brass, Montgomery melamine DS dial with yellowed toning, crazing, edge flake at 6:30, s#C334053. [2] Hamilton, Grade 992, Hamilton Model 4 stiff bow case shows medium wear, scattered scratches, dents, dings, and nicks, partial rings and strips of wear to brass, white enamel DS dial with short scratch within seconds-register, extremely faint hl at 6:30, s#2473360. [3] Elgin, B.W. Raymond, Grade 571, Elgin marked case shows light wear, scattered dents, dings, and tiny nicks, rings, strips, and spots of wear to brass, sharp points on crown from torn jacket, Montgomery white enamel SS dial with grouping of hls and fractures at 1, s#S958764.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
NEW
$460.00
SOLD
Multiple PW s 4 and 5
57016
Lot (4) European, includes PWs, travel clock, and doctor's timer all run though one needing a twist to start - [1] PW: Arnold, London, 52mm, silver OF case that was once gilt but now with nearly full loss of exterior gilt finish, case shows light wear, slightly reduced engraving detail, subtle areas of finish loss, opened case rear and cuvette lids fall closed freely with gravity, white enamel SS dial with sizable partially patched edge chip at 3, scattered hls, scratch at 11, missing seconds-hand but post is present, KWKS, lever escapement, 13J, s#51884 and s#93166 within case, runs. [2] PW: Clemens Oskamp, 62 Main St, Cincinnati, lever fusee, 54mm, silver HC case shows light wear, an acquired patina which is interrupted on one side where a sticker was once applied, front lift spring is very weak as it is making contact with lid but is allowing lid to fall almost completely closed with gravity and needs a small nudge of assistance to fully open, scattered dents and dings, glue reside to rear from a sticker, white enamel dial with flake at center hole, scattered hls, tiny flakes at seconds-register hole, missing seconds-hand but post is present, KWKS, lever escapement, s#2609, runs after a twist to start. [3] Travel clock: Eterna, Swiss, 36mm x 40mm, multicolor sterling silver case shows little wear, few scattered dings, lids fall closed freely with gravity, fine metal dial with some scattered scratches and hand rub, some enamel loss to signature, SW-SS, lever escapement, 15J, s#2610234, runs. [4] Doctor's timer: Goering, Swiss, 42mm, nickel OF case shows light wear, scattered fine scratches, flawless white enamel dial with only some dried glue around perimeter, SW, lever escapement, 6J, s#101745, runs, good chronograph function aside from being challenging to start and stop as engagement is tricky.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$375.00
PW Parts and Material
49976
Watchmaker's delight - Assortment of American pocket watch hands as pictured, mostly NOS and carded.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$150.00
PW Cases Only
52180
PW case only - Illinois Watch Case Co. 16S gold-filled HC with attractive fancy initials to front, SW with no LS slot. A good looking hunting case made for export to the English market, this case shows a single set of movement case screw marks which match to an Elgin Model 6 or Model 8.
Condition: Case shows little wear, cuvette with scratches from slipped past openings, some mild shallow dents to rear, shallow dent to cuvette, pinpoint nick to lower-right perimeter of front, few small nicks elsewhere, excellent engraving detail; tight bow, crown shows light wear; good glass crystal.
$180.00
PW Cases Only
57926
PW case only - Ball Model 18S nickel OF case with loaner markings of "E.D. Lewis 66 Oneonta, N.Y." to rear. An excellent case for a Ball Official RR Standard movement in need, this case shows one primary set of movement case screw marks which align with Ball-Hamilton positions though it appears to also have a very slight possible set of secondary case screw marks as well.
Condition: Case shows little wear, overall tarnish with some scattered darker spots, some scattered pinpoint nicks, no dents or dings, excellent engraving detail; tight bow, crown shows medium wear; good glass crystal.
NEW
$180.00
PW Cases Only
58163
Case only lot (2) Sterling silver Fahys 18S cases, SW with lever-set slot - [1] 4oz case shows substantial wear, numerous scattered prominent dents, dings, and nicks, glass crystal with many scratches. [2] 3oz "Frankencase" case with gold inlaid locomotive to rear shows substantial wear, rear sits 180 degrees of from vertical when fully tightened and has a mismatched serial number to band and bezel, scattered dents, dings, and nicks, substantially reduced engraving detail with areas of full loss, spot of wear to brass to rear center, reverse of pendant has an empty hole for a detent screw.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$120.00
PW Cases Only
58174
Case only - Silver-plated 63mm HC, KWKS from rear, beautiful engraving detail including a landing eagle to front and flowers to rear.
Condition: Case front opens substantially wide of 90 degrees (closer to 130 degrees), some side-to-side play at front hinge and with metal split to approximately 1/4 the length of central hinge tube, front lift spring needs some assistance to fully open, front lid does not close fully flush leaving a thin gap to left side, case shows very light wear, no dents or dings, reduced engraving detail, rear hinge is slightly loose so that lid will tip closed after a moment with gravity, exterior of cuvette is almost entirely worn through to brass; bow pivots freely; glass crystal with sticker.
$85.00
PW Cases Only
58304
Case only - 4oz coin silver Dueber 18S HC with gold hinges, KWKS, front shield with initials.
Condition: Case front lift spring opens slowly and partially needs some assistance to fully open, front lift spring is not making contact with lid through final portion of opening range allowing lid to tip slightly back toward closed with gravity, case shows medium wear, few dents and dings to lower front shoulder, few tiny dings and nicks along band, reduced engraving detail with small areas of full loss; tight bow, push shows ample wear; good glass crystal.
$120.00
PW Cases Only
58865
Case only lot (4) American gold-filled cases - [1] Santa Fe Watch Case Co. 16S case with engraved name and "F.L.T" initials with scale and sword to rear, SW with lever-set slot, case shows ample wear, reduced engraving detail with areas of full loss, spots and strips of wear to brass, missing crystal. The F.L.T. initials within three links on its case stand for "Friendship, Love and Truth" which is the motto of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, a fraternal organization begun in England in the early part of the 18th century. [2] Illinois Watch Case Co. 16S case with initials to rear, SW with lever-set slot, case shows little wear, slightly reduced engraving detail. [3] C.W.C.Co. 12S OF case with initials to rear, SW with no lever-set slot, case shows light wear, excellent engraving detail, few small spots of wear to brass, yellowed crystal needs replacing. [4] Philadelphia Watch Case Co. 3/0S HC with attractive pattern engraving detail and case signature ring to cuvette, SW with no lever-set slot, case shows light wear, broken lift spring, front hinge with some metal splitting and bending, case front opens wide of 90 degrees (close to 115 degrees), missing crown and stem, marring to band at rear lip, slightly reduced engraving detail.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$255.00
Store: PW Movements and Dials Only
58453
PW mvt lot (3) Ball Hamilton, Official RR Standard, OF model mvts, all missing dials, SW-LS, bull's-eye pattern nickel damascene, one runs - [1] 21J, 16S, s#B655014, NR, likely broken mainspring, likely broken balance staff. [2] 17J, 18S, s#42532, runs.[3] 17J, 18S, s#28252, NR, likely broken mainspring, likely broken balance staff.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
NEW
$350.00
SOLD

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