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Wristwatches
48617
WW - Hamilton Fleetwood, manual wind, 31mm x 37mm to lug tips, 16mm lug width, original 14K yellow gold case with rear engraved "J.L. Rhodes in recognition of 25 years service Freeport Sulphur Company," original silvered dial with applied gold numerals and indices, 18J cal 735, s#482132, triple signed. Gross weight of assembled watch 14.4 dwt (22.5 g); gross weight of case only with plastic crystal included 7.9 dwt (12.4 g).
Condition: Mvt: Running intermittently and stopping frequently, overhaul needed, excellent-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, few micro-fine scratches, very small abrasion spot to train bridge; dial excellent in visible portion with few pinpoint surface spots, darkening around perimeter under bezel; fine hands with light oxide; case shows light wear, scattered scratches, dings and small marring with most caused by rough attempted past openings; crown shows light wear; plastic crystal with profuse fine scratches.
$350.00
SOLD
Wristwatches
52169
WW - Illinois World War I era trench watch with U.S. Army provenance, manual wind, 31mm x 36mm to lug tips, 10.5mm wire lug width, original nickel snap back case with a chrome-plated snap shrapnel guard, "Clyde B. Crumb" engraved to rear, no strap, silvered dial with luminous numerals and winding at 12, seconds-register at 6, 11J, nickel damascene, s#3160285. Per records available at Ancestry.com and shown in our photos; Clyde B. Crumb was a member of U.S. Army Tank Corps, Company B, 332nd batallion. Crumb departed New York for Europe on September 25th, 1918 and arrived back to the United States on May 1st, 1919.
Condition: Mvt: Started ticking very sluggishly on a full wind and is stopping occasionally, overhaul needed, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall; dial with profuse small dark spots and some mild fine scratches, hour numeral luminous material substantially darkened and with some small losses; fine hour and seconds-hand, hour with some loss of luminous material, minute hand is broken at one side of its base and notably bent at the other, minute also with losses of luminous material; case lugs are bent and show soldered repairs at their bases, case shows medium wear, overall tarnish throughout, ding to rear above left side of signature, good engraving detail; crown shows little wear; glass crystal with some small fine scratches. Shrapnel guard has much of its surface worn through to underlying base metal.
$300.00
SOLD
Wristwatches
56853
WW - Longines, manual wind, 33mm x 40mm to lug tips, 18mm lug width, original 14K yellow gold screw back case with highly unusual pierced bezel, engraved presentation on rear, brown leather strap, original textured silver dial with applied gold indices, 17J cal 22L, s#8156352, triple signed. Includes period Longines presentation box. Gross weight of 14K gold case without strap, movement or crystal 7.3 dwt (11.4 g).
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, very light oxide to steelwork; fine-plus dial with light even surface spotting; fine-plus gold dauphine hands with light surface spotting; polished case shows little wear, light dings on lugs; crown shows medium wear; good plastic crystal. Box shows very little wear.
$500.00
SOLD
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
48817
Watchmaker's delight - Large quantity of wristwatch crowns and few other parts such as stems and closures, some highlights include organized genuine Trufit stock, sapphire topped crowns, and some branded parts such as Bulova, Elgin, and Hamilton; a wonderful lot for the watchmaker in need of crowns for their stock.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$140.00
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
47952
APW - Illinois, Sangamo Special, 23J, 17S, gold-filled OF original Sangamo Special Model case with hinged front and threaded rear, white enamel SS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, jeweled barrel arbor, broad transverse band pattern nickel damascene, s#3776976.
Condition: Mvt: Ticking sluggishly, setting lever tip is missing and visible remaining portion is rusted and not pulling out, overhaul needed, fine-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, broken regulator spring, steelwork with some oxide, balance jewel setting with a mismatched screw, one mismatched case screw with smaller head; dial with edge chip near 1, scattered hls; poor hands with oxide and finish loss; case shows light wear, dent toward upper-right of rear, few scattered dings and nicks; brassy replacement bow pivots semi-freely, large replacement crown shows medium wear; good glass crystal with some glue excess at its seat.
$250.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
47959
PW lot (2) Illinois, railroad grades, 18S, gold-filled OF cases with attractive engine turning and engraving detail, white enamel DS dials, SW-LS, both run - [1] Washington Watch Co, Army and Navy, 21J, case with initial to rear shield, case shows little wear, very mild soft dent near center rear, some areas of oxide inside rear, dial with edge chipping at 6, short scratches around signature, scratch near 7, pinpoint dark spot at upper perimeter of center section, s#2315730. [2] Bunn, 19J, case shows hardly any wear, some scratches and dings to band and bezel, superb crisp engine turning and engraving detail, dial with two light hls to center section, s#2019173.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$500.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
48258
APW - Hamilton, Grade 946 (marked), 23J, 18S, gold-filled OF original case with initialed shield to rear, "Hamilton Watch Co., H" marked white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, jeweled barrel arbor, ornate nickel damascene, s#549047. The Hamilton factory ledger shows this particular example as an September 17th, 1912 sale to Smith Patterson & Co of Montreal.
Condition: Mvt: Running, a little stiff to wind, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous plates wih scattered micro-fine scratches, very minor oxide to regulator assembly, case screws are mismatched; dial with outer chapter hl at 3, tiny nick to inside edge of outer chapter near 12, some scattered micro-fine surface scratches with most being within seconds-register, some beveling wear of outer edge under bezel; fine-plus hands, hour with oxide at tip; case shows medium wear, no dents or dings, reduced engine turning and engraving detail with few tiny subtle areas of full loss, many tiny spots of wear to brass to high points of bezel and rear shoulders and edges and one spot to band bottom, very thin subtle strips of wear to brass to pendant; brassy bow pivots freely, crown shows medium wear; glass crystal with short fine scratches to center.
$650.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
48614
APW - Illinois, Bunn Special with scarce bright spotted damascene, 21J, 16S, gold-filled OF Wadsworth "Railroad Model" case, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, bright spotted pattern nickel damascene, s#2572541. The bright spotted damascene was the first pattern used among 16 size Bunn Special production and is scarce to rare among 21 jewel examples. This particular variant, Model 9 with "D'bl Roller" marking, is estimated to have a total production of 680 made per Michael Chamelin's excellent Bunn Special book.
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, barrel bridge with small spot of abrasion above “s” of “Jewels” marking and small abrasion at its inner perimeter adjacent regulator adjustment screw, escape wheel jewel setting is missing a screw and plate adjacent to this jewel setting has some pinpoint peck marks, regulator and winding wheels with some oxide, larger winding wheel with some micro-fine scratch striations at a portion of its perimeter; dial with faint outer chapter hls at 1:30 and 2:30, surface scratch at 3, some fine scratches elsewhere, some very small surface nicks with the most notable being to the inner rim of the outer chapter left of 4; excellent hands, minute with some oxide at its hub; case shows little wear, fine scratch to band between 9:30 and 11, no dents or dings, few tiny mars along band/bezel seam, some wear to brass to pendant; tight bow, crown shows medium wear; glass crystal is somewhat small having glue excess along its seat and crystal has a small edge flake at upper-left.
$650.00
American Pocket Watches
48639
APW - Waltham, Crescent St, 21J, Model 1892, 18S, 14K gold OF B.W.C.Co. swingout recase, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, two-tone gilt and nickel damascene, gilt regulator and jewel setting screws, s#7904658. Gross weight of assembled watch 85.8 dwt (133.5 g). This two-tone damascene is less common among Model 1892 Crescent St. production, with an estimated total production of 3100 made for this open face 21 jewel version.
Condition: Mvt: Ticking very sluggishly with low amplitude, overhaul recommended, some small letters scribed to surface of barrel bridge above "Safety Barrel" marking, otherwise excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, superb two-tone color, some fine scratches and marring around balance cock screw, few fine to micro-fine scratches elsewhere; dial with outer chapter hl at 9:30, small pit in outer chapter at 9:30, two faint perimeter hls between 3 and 4; fine hands with oxide in areas; case shows little wear, some dings or mild shallow dents to rear, ding to band at 10; tight bow, crown shows light wear; good glass crystal with glue excess around its seat.
$1350.00
American Pocket Watches
48653
APW - Elgin, Grade 349 with loaner dial and rare damascene, 21J, 18S, nickel OF recase, "Jas. P. Walton Elgin Loaner" marked white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, striped pattern nickel damascene, s#13476042. Comes as pictured with a loaner hangtag bearing correctly matched serial number to the present watch. A rare and interesting piece with loaner signed dial and hang tag, James P. Walton of Durand, Michigan was an official railroad watch inspector of the Grand Trunk Railway as listed in an article in the October 30th, 1918 issue of "The Jewelers' Circular-Weekly." This narrow striped damascene is rare among Grade 349 production, we've only seen a small number of other examples though notably a few of them have been with similar loaner marked dials for other watch inspectors.
Condition: Mvt: NR, fully wound, balance staff is likely bad, overhaul needed, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces, scattered fine to micro-fine scratches; dial with two extremely faint hls above seconds-register, short fine scratch above center of seconds-register, few mild micro-fine scratches elsewhere; fair hands with oxide in areas, seconds-hand is missing its tip; case with an empty circular hole in the front side of its pendant, case shows light wear, ample tarnish, numerous dings to band, few dings to rear perimeter; tight bow, crown shows medium wear; good glass crystal; loaner tag with some dings and scratches.
$400.00
American Pocket Watches
48686
APW - Hamilton, Grade 920, 23J, 12S, gold-filled OF original clamshell style swingout Hamilton case with signature ring within rear, white enamel SS dial, SW-SS, fully capped lever escapement, jeweled barrel arbor, striped pattern nickel damascene, s#1912595.
Condition: Mvt: Running, nearly mint cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous plates with some scattered fine scratches, few spots of oxide to winding wheels; dial with scattered hls; excellent hands; case shows little wear, scattered fine scratches to rear, few dents to rear; bow with brassy underside pivots freely, crown shows medium wear with ridge break; glass crystal with few short fine scratches.
$185.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
49503
APW - Rockford, Plymouth Watch Co, Prince of Wales, 21J, 16S, 14K gold original HC with attractive engraving detail including flying birds to front and rear, gold cuvette, white enamel DS dial, SW-SS, fully capped lever escapement, nickel damascene, s#662529. Gross weight of assembled watch 63.2 dwt (98.2 g).
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, few micro-fine scratches, few small bits of oxide to larger winding wheel; dial with scattered very faint outer chapter hls, beveling rub of perimeter under bezel; excellent hour and seconds-hand, fine minute hand with areas of oxide and finish loss; case shows light to medium wear, ding to upper-right perimeter of rear, few dings to cuvette, reduced engraving detail; tight bow, crown shows ample wear; good glass crystal.
$1420.00
American Pocket Watches
49936
APW - Hamilton, Grade 933, 16J, 18S, gold-plated HC recase, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, nickel damascene, s#7961. A scarce watch with a total production of only 650 made, this example is notable for the bright lustrous tone of its movement surfaces as this appearance is challenging to find among Grade 933 (and open face equivalent Grade 932) production as these movements are often seen with a dulled and cloudy plate tone.
Condition: Mvt: Ticking in dial down position but balance motion becomes very sluggish and occasionally stops when dial up, overhaul needed, excellent-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces, some scattered fine scratches, some abrasion to inner perimeter of barrel bridge adjacent regulator adjustment screw, minor oxide speckle to regulator assembly; dial with scattered hls; fine-plus hands, hour and seconds-hand are blue, minute is plum colored; case front does not seat flushly leaving some gap to band along its sides, case front with wear at latch position causing lid to occasionally open inadvertantly, case shows light to medium wear, few dents and dings to front, dent to lower rear near center, reduced engine turning and engraving detail with few small subtle areas of full loss, rings of wear to brass to band, spots of wear to brass to pendant, many scattered subtle specks and strips of wear to brass to front and rear, outer surface and lower part of inner surface of cuvette is through virtually entirely to underlying brass; tight brassy bow, crown shows light wear; good glass crystal.
$400.00
American Pocket Watches
49948
APW - Hamilton, Grade 968 (marked), 17J, 16S, gold-filled OF recase, white enamel DS dial, SW-SS, nickel damascene, s#352088. An uncommon to scarce watch, the total production of the Grade 968 was 1037 made, and from observed examples it appears that those marked with the 968 grade number such as this are more difficult to find than those not marked.
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces, some small marring and scratches near stem detent screw, few micro-fine scratches elsewhere, few specks of oxide to larger winding wheel and regulator assembly; dial with faint outer chapter hl and short fine scratch at 7:30; fine-plus hands with minor oxide and bluing loss; case shows light to medium wear, dentign to rear, spots of wear to brass to pendant, partial rings of wear to brass to rear and bezel shoulders and edges and to band; tight brass bow, crown shows medium wear; clean plastic crystal.
$425.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
49951
APW - Ball Hamilton, Official Standard, Grade 999P, 21J, 16S, white gold-filled OF original Ball Model stirrup bow case with attractive striped engraving detail, white enamel SS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, bull's-eye pattern nickel damascene, s#B625833.
Condition: Mvt: Ticking weakly with prominent error in the round and flat of balance motion, possibly broken balance staff, overhaul needed, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, scattered fine to micro-fine scratches to plates and winding wheels, minor oxide to winding wheels and regulator assembly; dial with hls between 1 and 2 and between 7 and 8, tiny fracture under bezel at 1:30; fine hands, minute with some bend; case shows light wear, circular gouge within rear, no dents or dings, reduced engraving detail, few tiny spots of wear to brass to band bottom; tight bow with brassy stirrup, crown shows little wear; good glass crystal.
$292.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
49954
APW - Ball Hamilton, Official RR Standard, Grade 999H, 17J, 18S, gold-filled OF case, white enamel SS dial, SW-LS, bull's-eye pattern nickel damascene, s#534964.
Condition: Mvt: Ticking somewhat sluggishly, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright plates with scattered fine to micro-fine scratches, very minor oxide to regulator assembly; dial with nicks scattered to right side, few scattered micro-fine scratches; fine hands; case shows ample wear, no dents or dings, substantially reduced engine turning and engraving detail with areas of full loss, thin partial rings of wear to brass to rear and bezel shoulders and edges, strips of wear to brass to pendant and band; tight bow with thin strip of brass to tip, crown shows ample wear and has excess up/down play; glass crystal with many deep scratches to center.
$290.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
49957
APW - Hamilton, Grade 961 (marked), 21J, 16S, gold-filled original HC with initialed shield to front, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, pinstripe pattern nickel damascene, s#325711. An uncommon high grade watch, the total production of the Grade 961 in its lever-set version was 1100 made.
Condition: Mvt: Running, fine cosmetic mvt condition overall, profuse scratching to escape wheel bridge to space between case screw and jewel setting, winding wheels with oxide, some small bits of oxide to regulator spring; nearly flawless dial with faint hand rub within seconds-register, some scattered spots of mild wispy haze in glaze reflection visible when viewed at angle; fine hands with minor oxide; case rear opens somewhat wide of 90 degrees (to approximately 105 degrees), case front opens very slightly less than 90 degrees, case shows medium wear, long fine scratch to cuvette center, dent to band at 1, reduced engine turning detail with a partial ring of full loss at shoulders, reduced engraving detail, thin full and partial rings of wear to brass to front and rear shoulders and edges, two small spots of wear to brass to pendant rear, few subtle very thin strips of wear to brass to band bottom; tight bow, replacement crown shows hardly any wear; clean plastic crystal.
$435.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
53303
APW - Ball Hamilton, Official Standard, Grade 999B, 21J, 16S, gold-filled OF original Ball Official RR Standard stirrup bow case with pattern engraving to rear, white enamel SS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, mono-metallic balance with Elinvar hairspring, gold jewel settings, gold center wheel, bull's-eye pattern nickel damascene, s#2B027. A particularly low serial numbered example of this scarce Grade 999B variant, the total production of the Grade 999B with 2B-prefix serial number is only 700 made with all having been produced in a single span of serial numbers from 2B001 to 2B700 that was finished between July 1943 and March 1944.
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces with some typical fine to micro-fine scratches, screw on larger winding is a replacement with a smaller sized head; nearly flawless dial with only a small bit of abrasion near edge under bezel at 8:30; fine hands, hour with soem fine scratch striations to its spade and tip and with an upward bend to its stem, minute with a small oxide spot near center; case shows medium wear, some dings and shallow dents to rear, scattered nicks to band, reduced engraving detail with areas of full loss, some small bits of wear to brass to band; tight bow, replacement crown shows hardly any wear; glass crystal with small internal edge chip at upper-left.
$675.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
55263
APW - Illinois, Grade 219, 11J, 12S, nickel OF display case with "Illinois Watch Co. Springfield" marked bezels, white enamel SS dial, SW-SS, sunburst pattern nickel damascene, s#2308433. The 12 size Illinois marked display case of this example is rare.
Condition: Mvt: Ticking somewhat sluggishly, overhaul recommended, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, some scattered fine to micro-fine scratches to plates and winding wheels, some specks of oxide to larger winding wheel and regulator assembly; dial with few hls and fine surface scratches to lower portion, few negligible edge nicks under bezel to lower portion; fine minute hand, fair hour hand with oxide, poor seconds-hand has lost its bluing; case shows light wear, many areas of dark tarnish to front bezel surrounding crystal and few to rear bezel surrounding crystal, no dents or dings; tight bow, crown shows light wear; good glass crystals.
$125.00
SOLD
American Pocket Watches
56568
APW - Ball Hamilton, Official Standard, Grade 999P, 21J, 16S, white gold-filled OF Ball Official RR Standard stirrup bow recase with beautiful engraving detail to rear, white enamel SS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, bull's-eye pattern nickel damascene, s#B638174.
Condition: Mvt: Running, crown must be given a bit of downward pressure while winding or it will lift a bit and slip out of engagement, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces, small patch of fine scratches to balance cock near loop of regulator spring, oxide to regulator spring and to areas of larger winding wheel; virtually flawless dial with mild micro-fine scratch at right side of seconds-register; excellent hands; case shows very little wear, no dents or dings, excellent engraving detail; tight bow with notably thinned upper surface of stirrup likely caused by wear on a chain, crown shows little wear but has some excess up/down play which allows the winding mechanism to slip out of engagement if crown is not given a bit of downward pressure, dust-nut below crown also with a bit of up/down play and is not tightening to a snug fit; good glass crystal.
$450.00
American Pocket Watches
58146
APW - Illinois, Sangamo, 23J, 16S, 14K multicolor gold HC recase with majestic stag scene to rear, rose gold shield and surrounding multicolor leaves to front, gold cuvette, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, capped third wheel, two-tone wavy ribbon pattern gilt and nickel damascene, s#1451939. Gross weight of assembled watch 63.4 dwt (98.5 g). A scarce watch, the total production of this Sangamo 23 jewel hunting case with two-tone ribbon pattern damascene is believed to be approximately 800 made.
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, two-tone color with mild reduction, some scattered small spots to plate surfaces, few small fine scratches, winding wheel with some areas of oxide, small patch of abrasion to concave portion of winding wheel; dial with some outer chapter hls, hl to lower portion of seconds-register, dial has hls at 11 and 5 in the outer section, hl in the seconds register, small edge chip under bezel at 1:30, some scattered fine and micro-fine scratches; fine hands with oxide, minute is missing a small bit of its tip; case with some play at its rear hinge and with rear hinge having a metal split running nearly the full length of the center hinge tube leaving it easily prone to greater problems, both rear and cuvette will close with gravity, a short fracture to the reverse of its band at 6:30, a fine fracture to the perimeter of its rear at right side, case front and rear are closing securely but not seating flush to band in areas, bezel is a gold-filled replacement with some areas of wear to brass, case shows little wear, rippled appearance to front shield possibly indicative of past polishing to remove initials, dent to band at 10, some additional dings or mild dents elsewhere to band, thin gauge cuvette with prominent protruding rippled dent, numerous additional dents to cuvette, good overall engraving detail with some areas of mild reduction; tight replacement bow, crown shows little wear; good glass crystal with a few minuscule edge flakes.
$1500.00
SOLD
APW s under $1,000
47309
PW mvt only - Rockford, 19J signed as "19 Ruby Jewels," 18S, HC model mvt, white enamel DS dial with impressed center, transitional style SW-LS with retained KW arbor, gilt mvt with pierced balance cock, s#8254. An interesting example of Rockford's top quality early grade, the pierced balance cock is rarely seen among production of this top grade.
Condition: Mvt: Ticking somewhat sluggishly, stemwinding mechanism with an occasional skip, lever-setting mechanism is fairly stiff to engage, overhaul recommended, fine cosmetic mvt condition overall, small puncture at edge of main plate near s#, balance cock is missing small mounting block and adjustment screw for regulator adjustment, ultra-fine scratch striations to portions of barrel bridge caused by surface rub, plates otherwise with some fine to micro-fine scratches, ; dial with edge chip at setting lever area, very faint hls at 2:30, seconds-register has been re-glued as evident when rear of dial is viewed; fine hands, minute with mild bend.
$950.00
European Pocket Watches
55260
EPW - Unsigned Swiss, chronograph with 30-minute register, 51mm, nickel OF original case, white enamel dial with multicolor tachymeter scale at perimeter, 12 to 24 hour indications around center, SW-pin-set, lever escapement, possibly 13J, gilt mvt, s#50 within case.
Condition: Mvt: Running, good chronograph and minute-register function aside from sweep seconds-hand resetting somewhat right of vertical (at approximately the 12:30 position), excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, some scattered fine to micro-fine scratches to plates, minor oxide to steelwork; dial with edge flake and chip at 1 with associated hl extending through minute-register and across dial, edge chip under bezel at 6, short hl under bezel at 7; fine-plus hands with minor oxide; case shows very light wear, scattered fine scratches to rear, scattered tiny nicks along band, few soft dings to rear, few scattered spots of tarnish to rear shoulder; tight bow, crown shows little wear; good glass crystal.
$300.00
European Pocket Watches
55261
EPW - "M. Huffman" marked mvt, "Fréd Nicoud" marked dial, Swiss split-seconds chronograph with button at 11:30 to start/stop/reset the chronograph and button at 12:30 to start/stop the split-seconds, 54mm, HC model mvt cased in sidewinder orientation in nickel OF recase, white enamel SS dial, SW-LS with setting mechanism originally released by depressing button on pendant but now requiring a thin tool such as tweezers to manua`lly push release pin, fully capped lever escapement, at least 21J, fausses-côtes pattern nickel damascene, no visible s#.
Condition: Mvt: Running, stem tends to slip out of engagement while winding unless some downward pressure is given to crown, chronograph functions but with issues, chronograph hand is off index by 6 marks, split-seconds hand sticks on occasion with a slow follow to the chronograph, does not stay in line with chronograph, and frequently does not reset properly, overhaul needed for normalized chronograph functions, fine-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright plates with scattered fine to micro-fine scratches, very minor oxide to steelwork, missing main plate screw located next to smaller winding wheel; excellent dial with some scattered negligible nicks and micro-fine surface scratches; fine-plus hands; case shows light wear, no dents or dings, few spots of tarnish to inside shoulder of upper portion of bezel, scattered speckling of tarnish throughout; tight bow, crown shows light wear; good glass crystal.
$350.00
European Pocket Watches
56479
EPW - Gruen, Verithin, 45mm, white gold-fillled OF original Gruen Verithin pentagonal case with "Presented to H.F. Kelley Rodeo Manager Missoula Celebration July 2.3.4. 1927." engraved to rear, fancy bow, "Gruen Verithin Precision" marked metal dial with silvered center and seconds-register, SW-SS, lever escapement, 17J, fausses-côtes pattern nickel damascene, s#457860. Comes with a chrome-plated base metal 9-inch watch chain with lobster claw clasp and fancy T-bar.
Condition: Mvt: Running, fine cosmetic mvt condition overall, dark toning to much of plate surfaces especially around perimeter, few micro-fine scratches to plates and larger winding wheel; excellent-plus dial with few micro-fine surface scratches, some darker areas to edges under bezel; excellent hands, minute with oxide to its tip; case shows very little wear, shallow dent to lower-left rear shoulder, ding to right rear shoulder at corner, slightly reduced engraving detail; tight bow, crown shows little wear; good glass crystal. Chain in excellent condtion, lobster claw with gap when fully closed.
$150.00
SOLD
European Pocket Watches
56584
EPW - Unsigned Swiss, coach watch, 66mm, nickel OF original case, "Mappin & Webb Ltd London E.C." marked white enamel dial, SW-SS, lever escapement, 15J, gilt mvt, s#399159 within case.
Condition: Mvt: Ticking sluggishly, overhaul recommended, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, some toning of main plate perimeter adjacent case hinge area, few small bits of oxide to steelwork; nearly flawless dial with a minuscule flake to left rim of center hole; excellent hands; case shows little wear, significant tarnish with scattered darker spots, cuvette with some scratches from slipped past openings including two that extend fully to center, shallow dent toward lower-left perimeter of rear; bow pivots freely, brass crown shows little wear and ample tarnish; good glass crystal.
$155.00
Lady s Pendant Watches
48361
LPW - Waltham, Royal, 13J, 1S, approximately 10K gold original false box hinge HC with "Waltham" hallmark indicating "double-stock" composition (a 14K gold exterior over an 8K gold interior, usually net case content of this marking is in the approximate range of 10K gold), gold cuvette, white enamel SS dial, SW-SS, frosted and nickel damascene, s#3750266. Gross weight of assembled watch 25.5 dwt (39.8 g).
Condition: Mvt: Ticking with balance motion having a rapid motion of short amplitude, hairspring appears possibly out of shape, overhaul needed, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall; visible portion of dial with two hls below seconds-register, tiny flaking to seconds-register hole; fine hands; case shows very light wear, crease type dent at left side of rear, prominent ding at right perimeter of rear, few lesser dings elsewhere to rear and front, good engraving detail; bow pivots freely and is crimped at top, crown shows little wear; clean plastic crystal.
$420.00
Lady s Pendant Watches
48368
LPW - Illinois, 7J, 4S, 10K gold or better (testing with slow fade of 14K solution on stone, no fade of 10K solution) original B.W.C.Co. HC with attractive engine turning and engraving detail including a small lakeside village scene to rear, front shield with initials, gold cuvette, white enamel SS dial, SW-LS, gilt mvt, s#913646. Gross weight of assembled watch 31.2 dwt (48.7 g); gross weight of gold case with movement, crystal, crown/stem assembly, lift spring and latch spring removed 11.9 dwt (18.5 g).
Condition: Mvt: NR, likely broken mainspring, balance not moving freely, overhaul needed, fine cosmetic mvt condition overall, some haze and spotting of gilt surfaces; dial with scattered hls; fine hands, minute with some bends; case shows very little wear, some rippling of front shield likely caused by engraving of initials, some dings or shallow dents to cuvette, excellent engine turning and engraving detail, bow pivots freely, crown shows very little wear; good glass crystal.
$450.00
SOLD
Lady s Pendant Watches
58147
LPW - Waltham, 7J, 0S, 14K gold original A.W.C.Co. HC with superb engine turning and scrolled engraving detail, gold cuvette, white enamel SS dial, SW-SS, nickel damascene, s#21410851. Gross weight of assembled watch 22.6 dwt (35.1 g).
Condition: Mvt: NR, fully wound, ticks sluggishly for a few seconds after a light twist and then stops, overhaul needed, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright plates, fine scratch across escape bridge, speck of oxide near edge of larger winding wheel; nearly flawless dial with few micro-fine surface scratches, two negligible specks that appear to be tiny glaze imperfections; excellent hands, oxide to minute tip; case shows hardly any wear, some fine scratches at cuvette lip, no dents or dings, superb engine turning and engraving detail; tight bow, crown shows very little wear; good glass crystal.
$500.00
Lady s Pendant Watches
58148
LPW - Waltham, Riverside, Model 1898, 17J, 6/0S, 14K gold OF original Roy case with initials to rear, swivel pendant, gold cuvette, white enamel dial, SW-SS, nickel damascene, s#10303012. Gross weight of assembled watch 13.7 dwt (21.3 g).
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous plates, plates and larger winding wheel with few micro-fine scratches, negligible speck of oxide near edge of larger winding wheel; dial with edge chip and curved hl at 5:30, curved hl between 10 and 11, scattered negligible edge nicks under bezel; excellent hands; case rear does not sit flush when closed around hinge, case shows little wear, fine scratch across cuvette as well as a few other fine scratches, no dents or dings, reduced engraving detail; bow with few nicks to underside pivots freely, crown shows light wear; glass crystal with short scratch at 6.
$280.00
Jewelry
58081
14K gold articulating bracelet with double safety 8's, tests at better than 14K gokd with slow fade on stone using 18K acid, bracelet will fit a 6.75 inch wrist comfortably, a wonderful piece with an elegent look, the perfect gift for the lover of gold. Gross weight of bracelet 32.5 dwt (50.7 g).
Condition: Bracelet shows light wear, one link has been repaired but it's not noticable when being worn or when handling, gift or retail ready
$2000.00
Jewelry
58082
14K gold fancy link bracelet with an unusual zig zag patern, box clasp with double safety 8's, bracelet measures 7 inches in length, a wonderful piece for the person who wants to give the timless gift of gold. Gross weight of bracelet 14.1 dwt (22.0 g).
Condition: Bracelet shows very light wear, gift or retail ready.
$900.00
Jewelry
58083
Diamond and 14K white gold cluster style engagement ring, round brilliant cut diamond center weighs approximately 1.25 ct, 16 round brilliant cut diamonds set along the sides weigh approximately 0.48 ctw, 14 round full cut emeralds set between the center and lower section of diamonds, size 7.75+; a wonderful ring with a flash of green for the holiday season but would like nice year round, maybe its time to upgrade her to over a 1 Ct diamond. Gross weight of ring 4.3 dwt (6.7 g).
Condition: Diamond center has several feather inclusions with a slight yellow appearance, two of the emeralds are damaged but not noticeable unless louped or highly scrutinized, gift or retail ready.
$1800.00
Jewelry
58084
Diamond and 14K white gold fabulous Art Deco bar pin with hidden folding diamond bail and filigree details, the 2 largest European cut diamonds weigh approximately 1.12 ctw, 16 other diamonds including European cuts and single cuts weigh approximately 0.86 ctw, pin/pendant measures 21mm x 49mm when as a pin and 21mm x 58mm including open bail, truly a fabulous piece with incredibly presence would make anyone shriek with delight this holiday season. Gross weight of pendant 4.8 dwt (7.3 g).
Condition: Pin shows hardly any wear, gift or retail ready.
$2600.00
Clocks
43090
SHIPPING CHARGE WILL BE ADDED TO DOMESTIC INVOICES FOR THIS LOT; COST WILL BE $40-90 DEPENDING ON DESTINATION. Unsigned English skeleton clock, anchor escapement cat gut fusee striking a bell on the hour, brass pierced frame in Gothic cathedral style on top of an oval wooden base with yellow velvet lining, single decorative yet functional halberd hammer striking on a single bell, painted metal dial, KW and set by manually moving hands, anchor escapement with fusee with pendulum, no visible s#, measures 16"h x 14.5"w x 6.75"d. Comes with a key only. This clock would make for a beautiful repair project or become a great source for parts for the watchmaker in need.
Condition: Mvt: NR, cat gut is broken into two pieces and is still attached to fusee and wraped around barrel, barrel plate cover is loose, good repeat function apart from being out of index by 13 minutes, beautiful bell tone, overhaul needed, fine cosmetic mvt condition overall, overall surface dirtiness, nicks to fusee base, hammer post with bends, likely missing a few items as evident by the presence of a few empty threaded holes on frame; fine dial with areas of paint loss, dial is loose and will easily pull or fall off; fine hands with oxide, hands are loose; case with spot of solder repair to bottom-left rear brass corner above leg, no dents or dings, velvet lining is worn and peeling up around edges, wooden base with some nicks and scratches, small chunk missing to top edge behind pendulum, larger nick to top edge near corner on right rear; missing dome.
$380.00
Accessories
48635
Omega watch advertising sign, "Omega the Watch of Matchless Merits" tin sign with pocket watch image, measures approximately 13.5 inches x 9.5 inches. An attractive and colorful sign, sure to liven up an Omega collector's watch room.
Condition: Excellent condition overall with good color and graphics, some minor areas of paint loss and rub with the most notable at upper-center portion perimeter.
$380.00
Jewelry - Men s
58073
18K yellow gold heavy fancy link neck chain with lobster claw clasp, chain measures 18 inches in length, truly a fabulous heavy chain perfect for whomever wants a very heavy and very well made gold neck chain. Gross weight of chain 20.2 dwt (31.2 g).
Condition: Chain shows very little wear, gift or retail ready.
$1550.00
Jewelry - Men s
58078
14K yellow gold heavy men's curb chain with lobster claw clasp, chain measures 20 inches, a fabulous heavy and impressive chain for the person who wants to give the gift of gold or wants a piece of wearable bullion to keep for times of trouble. Gross weight of chain 36.6 dwt (56.9 g).
Condition: Chain shows light wear, gift or retail ready.
$2100.00
Jewelry - Men s
58079
Diamond and 14K yellow gold sunburst tie bar by Tiffany & Co, tie bar measures 6.5mm x 40mm, a wonderful tie bar for the person who wears a tie, would make an excellent gift. Gross weight of tie bar 3.5 dwt (5.5 g).
Condition: Tie bar shows very little wear, gift or retail ready.
$300.00
Watch Chains, Keys and Fobs
55271
Lot (3) PW chains - [1] Woven hair watch chain with gold-filled details and fob, details include a beautiful stag end piece and other finely engraved pieces, fob is of two workers hammers criss-crossing, measures 12.75 inches long. [2] Woven hair watch chain with gold-filled details, T-bar, and enamel fob, fob is a cube with black and white scales, measures 12.5 inches long. [3] Mother-of-pearl and gold-filled fancy link watch chain with key, measures 13 inches long.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$175.00
SOLD
Watch Chains, Keys and Fobs
58072
14K yellow gold art deco watch chain with fancy rectangular links, chain measures 14 inches from clasp end to clasp end, a wonderful antique chain that would match a slim art deco watch wonderfully. Gross weight of chain 7.1 dwt (10.9 g).
Condition: Chain shows little wear, gift or retail ready.
$450.00
Watch Chains, Keys and Fobs
58074
Fabulous 9K rose gold Victorian watch chain of English manufacture with T-bar and fob chain, every link including the connecting links and T-bar are hallmarked however some have had the hallmarks polished off, chain measures 14 inches in length from clasp to T-bar; a wonderful chain to match that special Victorian era piece in your collection. Gross weight of chain 22.1 dwt (34.5 g).
Condition: Chain shows light wear, gift or retail ready.
$850.00
SOLD
Watch Chains, Keys and Fobs
58076
14K yellow gold antique watch chain with oversized clasp, chain measures 9.5 inches from clasp end to clasp end, a wonderful antique chain for the turn of the century railroad watch or whatever the collector wishes. Gross weight of 14K gold chain 7.1 dwt (11.0 g).
Condition: Chain shows little wear, gift or retail ready.
$450.00
SOLD
Watch Chains, Keys and Fobs
58077
Fabulous 9K rose gold Victorian double-Albert watch chain with T-bar and fob chain, every single link including the connecting links and T-bar are hallmarked, chain measures 9 inches in length from T-bar to clasp ends; a wonderful piece for the collector with a heavy vintage watch who wants an impressive chain to match. Gross weight of chain 19.5 dwt (30.2 g)..
Condition: Chain shows light wear, hallmarks are crisp and visible, gift or retail ready.
$800.00
PW Movements and Dials Only
48334
PW mvt lot (7) Illinois, three 19J, four 17J, 16S, five OF model mvts, two HC model mvts, white enamel dials, six DS and one SS, one with a missing seconds-hand though its seconds-hand post (fourth wheel arbor) is present, five SW-SS, two SW-LS, nickel damascene, four with gilt screws and regulator assemblies, all run though one is missing the screw to secure its larger winding wheel; a good assortment for the collector of 16 size Illinois watches with highlights including five with private labels, their markings being "The Edward B. Butler Special," "Burlington Watch Co.," "Especially Made for J.H. Erlich by Illinois Watch Co.," "Fulton," and "No. 805."
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$310.00
SOLD
PW Movements and Dials Only
48335
PW mvt lot (5) Illinois, 17J, 18S, OF model mvts, white enamel dials, three DS and two SS, one dial is loose on mvt and rotating freely and is missing all three dial feet, mvt with loose dial is also missing its seconds-hand and seconds-hand post (fourth wheel arbor), SW-LS, three nickel damascene, two two-tone checkerboard pattern gilt and nickel damascene, four with gilt mvt screws and regulator assemblies, three run (though one is missing its fourth wheel arbor or seconds-hand post), two are NR (one with likely bad balance staff, the other with balance swinging freely but no audible engagement of the escapement).
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$250.00
SOLD
PW Movements and Dials Only
48339
PW mvt lot (4) Hampden, RR grade, 21J, OF model mvts, white enamel DS dials, SW-LS, nickel damascene, one runs - [1] Grade 105, 16S, nearly flawless dial with few minuscule edge nicks, hands are rusted, s#2800945, NR, fully wound, balance swings freely and mvt can be prodded to tick for a short time but stops again usually within a few seconds to a few minutes. [2] The Dueber Watch Co, 18S, dial missing large portion that is chipped away below seconds-register, scattered outer chapter hls, s#2195450, runs. [3] The Dueber Watch Co, 18S, dial with scattered outer chapter hls, s#1916064, NR, fully wound, balance is gummy. [4] The Dueber Watch Co, 18S, dial with some outer chapter hls, some surface nicks and scratches in center section and seconds-register, s#2160837, NR, fully wound, balance is gummy.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$290.00
PW Movements and Dials Only
48638
PW mvt only - Waltham, chronograph, 14J, 14S, HC model mvt, white enamel SS dial, SW-LS, frosted nickel finish, s#3127534.
Condition: Mvt: NR, fully wound, ticks briefly with a twist, chronograph not functioning as its center wheel is missing, overhaul needed, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, few micro-fine scratches; nearly flawless dial with few minuscule edge nicks; excellent timekeeping hands, chronograph sweep-seconds-hand is missing, post for sweep-seconds-hand appears to be missing.
$80.00
SOLD
PW Movements and Dials Only
52159
PW mvt only - Hamilton, Imperial Canada, Grade 922, 15J, 18S, OF model mvt only, "Imperial" marked white enamel SS dial with Canadian market 13 to 24 hour indications, SW-LS, nickel damascene, s#102719. An uncommon watch, the total production of the Grade 922 was 1000 made.
Condition: Mvt: NR, fully wound, balance does not move freely, overhaul needed, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces with some fine to micro-fine scratches with majority around middle portion of barrel bridge, regulator index with oxide and abrasion where it appears oxide has been scraped away, case screws are mismatched; nearly flawless dial with few micro-fine scratches, some areas of perimeter rub that will likely be under bezel if mvt is cased; fine hands, minute with oxide to tip, hour and minute with some areas of finish loss.
$380.00
PW Movements and Dials Only
56845
PW mvt only - Huguenin, Locle, two-train stop/start split-seconds chronograph with 1/4-second jump, 47mm dial canister diameter, HC model mvt mounted within a Chamberlain style brass display holder with button at 11:30 operating the stop/start chronograph function, button at 12:30 operating the stop and reset of the split-seconds-hand, white enamel SS canister style dial, SW-button-set, fully capped lever escapement, possibly 29J, fausses-côtes pattern nickel damascene, no visible mvt s#.
Condition: Mvt: NR, fully wound, will tick briefly after a twist, good stop/start chronograph and 1/4-second jump function, split-seconds hand stops when push at 12:30 is engaged but its reset only attempts to function occasionally and its degree of reset is inconsistent and incomplete on these attempts, overhaul needed, fine cosmetic mvt condition overall, some spots and fine scratches, some toning of plate surfaces, one winding wheel missing a screw; dial with series of scratches at perimeter between 3:30 and 5:30, few small scratches or fine scratches elsewhere, small surface nick above center; excellent hands though sweep-seconds hands with some mild bends causing occasional interference with one another, 1/4-second jump hand is blue, all other hands plum-colored; brass display holder shows light wear, substantial tarnish, good glass front crystal, missing its rear crystal.
$475.00
SOLD
PW Dials Only
55267
PW dial lot (2) Rockford 0S fancy white enamel SS impressed dials with gold foil accents, three dial feet, marked "Swiss Made" to rear; a very attractive pair of dials that would be excellent to liven up either a pair of Rockford pendant watches or a pair of Rockford wristwatches - [1] Dial with rust colored numerals and outer chapter ring, excellent with tiny flake at seconds-register hole. [2] Dial with blue numerals and outer chapter ring, group of perimeter hls at 11.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$75.00
SOLD
Multiple PW s 2 and 3
48365
PW lot (2) Hamilton, Grade 992B, 21J, 16S, gold-filled OF Hamilton bar-over-crown cases, "Hamilton Railway Special" marked dials, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapements, mono-metallic balances with Elinvar hairsprings, both run though one is ticking sluggishly - [1] Model 10 case shows very little wear, no dents or dings, flawless white enamel DS dial, s#C127217. [2] Model 2 case shows very little wear, scratches at upper-left perimeter of rear, no dents or dings, curved scratch inside rear around perimeter, melamine dial with short fine split above center, very short fine split above center of seconds-register, some fine scratches, some perimeter rub under bezel, s#C432579, ticking sluggishly on a full wind, overhaul recommended.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$620.00
SOLD
PW Parts and Material
57616
Large selection of pocket watch crowns, most for men's size watches, some with stems as pictured, a few assorted other items (hands, case screws, etc.) are included as pictured; a good diverse lot for the watchmaker to sort through and put back to use
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$160.00
PW Cases Only
15206
Case only - Coin silver 18S HC, KWKS, engine turned with attractive shield to front. Gross weight 57.3 dwt (89.1 g).
Condition: Case shows light wear, front lift spring needs a small nudge of assistance to fully open and is not making contact with lid through final portion of opening range allowing lid to tip slightly back toward closed with gravity, front opens slightly wide of 90 degrees, rear and cuvette hinges are loose so that they tip closed with gravity, no dents or dings, reduced engraving and engine turning detail with a partial ring of full loss to edge; bow pivots freely, push shows light wear; good glass crystal.
$110.00
PW Cases Only
19095
Lot (5) PW mvt shipping cases, gunmetal with glass front and rear, one 18S (53mm), two 16S (51mm), two 8S (43mm), two with stem slots, two with lever-set slots, one without any slots; these style cases make an excellent way to protect and display one's movements.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$150.00
PW Cases Only
20038
Case only - Nickel 18S OF case, KWKS, engine turned and engraved with floral detail, bow is an English hallmarked silver replacement.
Condition: Case shows medium wear, some marring to cuvette lip and and fine scratches around keyhole, short scratch with associated ding to rear shield, few scattered subtle shallow dents and dings to left rear shoulder, small nick to left bezel near edge, substantially reduced engine turning detail with areas of full loss, slightly reduced engraving detail, rings and some spots of tarnish throughout case; tight silver replacement bow; glass crystal with scattered short fine scratches.
$55.00
PW Cases Only
46252
Case lot (2) American, gold-filled OF 12S cases, SW with no lever-set slot - [1] White stiff bow Philadelphia gold-filled case with engraved borders and bow, case shows hardly any wear, profuse micro-fine scratches to rear, missing crystal. [2] Wadsworth case with engine turning and initialed rear shield, case shows very little wear, few scattered short scratches to upper rear shoulder, tiny ding to lower right rear shoulder, excellent engine turning and engraving detail.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$115.00
PW Cases Only
47232
Case only - Gold-filled Keystone 16S OF railroad style case, SW with two lever-set slots, brushed satin finish to rear; a superb case in nearly as-new condition, ready to go for a favorite railroad watch in need.
Condition: Case shows hardly any wear, few scattered fine scratches to rear, no dents or dings, brushed satin finish to rear remains clear and strong with no reduction; tight bow, crown shows hardly any wear; good glass crystal.
$175.00
SOLD
PW Cases Only
48367
PW case only - 14K gold 12S HC with beautiful engine turning and engraving detail, rear shield with a small home scene, gold cuvette. Gross weight of complete case 21.0 dwt (32.6 g). A beautiful gold hunting case, ready to go for a favorite 12 size movement in need.
Condition: Case shows virtually no wear, a ding or mild dent at upper-left perimeter of rear which is more noticeable to interior of lid, superb crisp engine turning and engraving detail; tight bow, crown shows hardly any wear; good glass crystal.
$940.00
PW Cases Only
48630
PW case only - 14K gold 16S B.W.C.Co. HC with spectacular engraving detail, front shield with initials, gold cuvette, SW with no lever-set slot. Gross weight of case 30.5 dwt (47.5 g).
Condition: Case shows virtually no wear, no dents or dings, superb crisp engraving detail; tight bow, crown shows very little wear; good glass crystal.
$1425.00
PW Cases Only
52168
PW case only - 14K gold A.W.C.Co. 16S HC with spectacular fancy engraving detail, front shield with initial, gold cuvette, SW with no lever-set slot and with detent style stem designed to be secured mvt (this case will accomodate an early 16S Hamilton detent style pendant-set). Gross weight of complete case 30.1 dwt (46.8 g).
Condition: Case shows hardly any wear, small nick to band near 8, no dents or dings, superb engraving detail, cuvette with rippled appearance to its surface likely evidencing the polished removal of a presentation; tight bow, crown shows very little wear; good glass crystal.
$1345.00
PW Cases Only
52835
Case only - 4oz coin silver 18S HC, KWKS with mock crown functioning only as a push for release of front latch, bow with chain guards, attractive engraving detail, initials to front shield; an attractive hunting case ready to make a great home for a keywind movement in need.
Condition: Case shows medium wear, scratch to upper right bezel, very shallow dent to rear below center, reduced engraving detail with some small areas of full loss; tight bow, mock crown shows light wear; good glass crystal.
$160.00
PW Cases Only
52837
Case only - 4oz coin silver Blauer 18S HC, KWKS with mock crown functioning only as a push for release of front latch, engraved with attractive floral and shield details to front and rear, front with initials; this case has its cuvette machined for a movement that is keywind and keyset from the rear, and will make an excellent home for such a movement in need.
Condition: Case shows little wear, an attractive overall patina, 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, rear and cuvette hinges allow lids to tip closed with gravity, two very shallow subtle dents to rear and one to front, two tiny nicks to lower-left band, excellent engraving detail; tight bow, mock crown shows little wear; missing crystal.
$190.00
PW Cases Only
56565
PW case only - 14K gold 16S Wadsworth HC with beautiful engine turning and engraving detail including a small idyllic lakeside home and bridge scene to rear, gold cuvette engraved "Max Kiener, Buffalo N.Y.," SW with lever-set slot at approximately the 23 minute position. Gross weight of complete case 23.3 dwt (36.2 g).
Condition: Case shows hardly any wear, some dings to band, thin gauge cuvette with profuse rippled depressions caused by its engraving which has also prominently traced through to inner surface of cuvette, superb crisp engine turning and engraving detail, front opens very slightly less than 90 degrees; tight bow, crown shows hardly any wear; crystal is missing.
$1050.00
PW Cases Only
57159
Case only lot (2) Dueber nickel OF cases, 18S, SW with lever-set slots - [1] Case shows medium wear, scattered fine scratches to rear, mild dent toward lower-left of rear, some fine scratches to crystal. [2] Case shows medium wear, an owner's name lightly scratched to rear surface, many fine scratches, few dings and dents to rear, cuvette with noticeable plugged hole as well as some toning from heating and polishing marks, toning to pendant, overall cloudy tarnishing throughout.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as is, no further condition report available.
$50.00
PW Cases Only
57866
Case only - 3oz coin silver 18S HC with nickel cuvette, KWKS, engraved with shield and scroll detail.
Condition: Case front lift spring is not functioning and neither opens lid nor prevents it from falling freely closed with gravity, bezel does not sit fully flush when closed and typically does not snap closed and on the rare occasions it does snap closed will very easily pop open on its own, rear hinge is loose so that lid will tip closed with gravity, case shows medium wear, large area of pitting to center rear, some scratches and scuffs to front and rear, scattered fine scatches to cuvette, some marring to inner band at cuvette lip, few subtle dings and dents to front, rear, and band, reduced engraving detail with few subtle areas of full loss, few spots of dark tarnish throughout case, toning and sticker residue to cuvette; tight bow, push shows light wear; good glass crystal.
$70.00
PW Cases Only
58059
Case only - Star Watch Case Company gold-plated 16S OF case, SW with two lever-set slots.
Condition: Case shows light to medium wear, some scuffing to rear, many scattered tiny nicks along band, no dents, spots of wear to brass to pendant and band, full and partial rings of wear to brass to bezel and rear shoulders and edges; brassy bow pivots freely, brassy crown shows light to medium wear; good glass crystal.
$35.00
SOLD
PW Cases Only
58174
Case only - Silver-plated 18S 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
SOLD
PW Cases Only
58175
Case only - Silver 56mm HC, opening for mvt dial plate is approximately 46mm, KWKS from rear, engraved with town scene to front and a leafy plant with berries to rear, bezel is a replacement that was removed from a hinged bezel case.
Condition: Case shows light wear, front lift spring needs some assistance to fully open, case 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, dents and dings along rear perimeter, reduced engraving detail; misshapen bow pivots freely, push shows ample wear; good glass crystal.
$70.00
PW Cases Only
58176
Case only lot (2) Coin silver 18S OF cases - [1] M.W.C.Co. "Ultra" swingout case, SW with lever-set slot, case shows medium wear, dings to lower portion of bezel, crystal with edge chips and scattered fine scratches. [2] 3oz case, SW with no lever-set slot, case shows ample wear, scattered nicks and dings, crown is missing its jacket (outer layer), paper stickers applied to crystal and to rear.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$120.00
PW Cases Only
58177
Case only lot (2) Nickel 18S OF cases, KWKS - [1] 3oz case with illegible worn engraving of a name to rear, case shows ample medium wear, dent with pinprick nicks to upper-right bezel, few small dings, reduced engraving detail with areas of full loss is no longer legible, pendant is a replacement. [2] Case has been modified with hole in band at 3 and lever-set slot under bezel, bow with chain guards, case shows light wear, overall yellowed toning, numerous dings throughout rear center, shallow subtle dent to upper-left rear shoulder, yellow toning throughout case.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$75.00
PW Cases Only
58178
Case only lot (8) - Wide range of styles and time periods as pictured, 53-60mm, includes six silver, one nickel and one chrome-plated base metal, some cases missing items (bows, push, crystals, etc.) as pictured; a good diverse group to sort through and put back to use with highlights include a matched inner and outer pair case (hallmarked to Birmingham 1812) with a calendar dial included as pictured as well as two outer pair cases only (hallmarked to 1809 and 1812).
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$300.00
SOLD

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