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American Pocket Watches
48346
APW - Hamilton, Grade 992, 21J, 16S, nickel OF display recase with Hamilton marked bezels, "C.C. Thoma, Battle Creek, Mich." marked Montgomery white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, nickel damascene, gilt mvt screws and regulator assembly, s#755098.
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous plates with few micro-fine scratches, micro-fine scratch striations to hub of smaller winding wheel, some bits of oxide to winding wheels; dial with perimeter hl between 1 and 2, few very faint hls elsewhere; excellent hands; case shows light wear, few spots of tarnish to band, few small nicks, "Hamilton" markings with some bits of loss; tight bow, crown shows very light wear; good glass crystals.
$280.00
American Pocket Watches
48364
APW - New England Watch Co, skeleton model, 1-4J, 18S, chrome-plated base metal OF original display case, skeletonized gilt pillar plate with arcaded outer chapter bearing hour numerals, fancy gilt Louis XV style hands, SW and set by pushing downward on crown while turning, duplex escapement, gilt mvt, heart shaped balance cock cutout, no s#.
Condition: Mvt: NR, fully wound, balance is gummy but will tick weakly if given a twist while excess pressure is held to crown, overhaul needed, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, some micro-fine scratches, dark spot to plate near center; excellent dial plate with cloudy spot ay 7:30; excellent hands; case shows little wear, some small nicks, finish loss to portions of rear bezel; tight bow, crown shows little wear; good glass crystals.
$250.00
American Pocket Watches
48628
APW - Elgin, Grade 162, 21J, 16S, gold-filled OF case with initials to rear, white enamel DS dial, SW-SS, fully capped lever escapement, three-finger bridge model mvt, decorative gold disk around balance jewel setting, ornate nickel damascene, s#8497175. A very attractive high grade movement, the total production of the Grade 162 was 4000 made.
Condition: Mvt: Running after a twist to start, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces with few micro-fine scratches, mild oxide to steelwork; dial with light hl within center section above seconds-register, tiny flake to lower-right rim of center hole; fine hands, minute with oxide, hour and minute are plum colored, seconds-hand is blue; case shows light wear, few nicks, no dents, reduced engraving detail, inner rear of case with crudely scratched names, dates, and a heart and arrow image; brassy bow pivots freely, crown shows medium wear; glass crystal with few fine scratches.
$390.00
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
48688
APW - Hamilton, Imperial Canada, Grade 923, 15J, 18S, 4oz coin silver HC recase ?with nickel cuvette?, "Imperial" marked white enamel SS dial with Canadian market 13 to 24 hour indications, SW-LS, nickel damascene, s#95710. The Grade 923 has a total production of 1000 made, all within a single run spanning serials 95001 to 96000.
Condition: Mvt: Running, challenging to wind and set as crown must be pushed down while turning, fine to fair cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright plates with numerous scattered fine and micro-fine scratches, some marring to balance cock at terminal end of regulator spring, few dings to plate around balance jewel setting, oxide to regulator assembly; dial with patched edge chip at 12, scattered hls and fine scratches, patched edge chip under bezel near 4, some fading to 20 and 21 numerals; fine hands have oxide; 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, repair and metal loss to upper left rear with solder visible internally and discoloration from heating to exterior, case shows substantial wear, dotted scratch to cuvette shoulder near lip, very light pitting to cuvette center, scattered dings and dents to front, rear, and band, very heavily reduced engraving detail with large areas of full loss; tight slightly mishapen bow, crown shows medium wear; glass crystal with a worn circular scuff to center.
$600.00
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.
$500.00
American Pocket Watches
49949
APW - Hamilton, Grade 969, 17J, 16S, gold-filled HC recase with initialed shield to front, white enamel DS dial, SW-SS, nickel damascene, s#313441. An excellent example of this scarce watch, the total production of the Grade 969 was 930 made.
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright plates, chattered scratch to barrel bridge emanating from stem detent screw, stem detent screw is missing half its head; dial with few outer chapter hls between 1 and 2, outer chapter hl at 6; fine-plus hands; case front opens wide of 90 degrees (closer to 105 degrees), case shows light wear, dent and few small dings to upper right front edge, few subtle dings and dents to rear, pinprick nicks to cuvette center, excellent engraving detail with only slight reduction at shoulders, rings of wear to brass to front and rear shoulders, few tiny spots of wear to brass to pendant; tight brassy bow, replacement crown shows hardly any wear; good glass crystal.
$400.00
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.
$365.00
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
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
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
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
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
APW s under $1,000
48315
APW - Illinois, Bunn Special with scarce gold damascene, 21J, 18S, nickel OF display recase, white enamel DS Gothic dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, all-over gold inlaid circular pattern two-tone gilt and nickel damascene, gilt mvt screws and regulator assembly, s#1878257. A scarce and very attractive movement with good gold damascene color.
Condition: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, excellent gilt damascene color, fine scratch between lever jewel setting and edge of plate, some typical fine to micro-fine scratches and small surface spots elsewhere, oxide to regulator assembly and gilt loss to most of regulator spring, some screw heads with gilt loss, balance jewel setting is a brass replacement; dial with outer chapter hls at 4:30 and 7:40, patched edge chip under bezel near 4, tiny patched edge flake under bezel at 8; fair hands with oxide and areas of finish loss; case shows very little wear, no dents or dings; tight bow, crown shows very little wear; good glass crystal.
$680.00
European Pocket Watches
53296
EPW - Longines, Swiss, chronograph with 30-minute register, 51mm, chrome-plated base metal OF original Longines case, white enamel DS impressed dial, SW-SS, lever escapement, 17J, fausses-côtes pattern nickel damascene, s#6194792.
Condition: Mvt: NR, fully wound and will tick briefly with a twist or tick continuously with a twist and excess pressure held to the crown, good chronograph and minute register function when tested with excess pressure held to crown, overhaul needed, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, few micro-fine scratches; nearly flawless dial with only some very mild bits of perimeter rub at a few areas under bezel; nearly mint hands; case shows little wear, profuse fine to micro-fine scratches throughout exterior, cuvette with some scratches from slipped past openings, dent left of center rear with corresponding dent to cuvette, sharp ding and mild dent to lower rear, some dings and nicks to band and bezel; bow pivots freely, crown shows very little wear; glass crystal with scattered fine scratches.
$400.00
Chronometers, Deck & Military Watches
52170
APW - Hamilton, Model 23 chronograph with 30-minute register, World War II era military "Navigational Time & Stop Watch," 19J, 16S, chrome-plated base metal OF original case with contract markings to rear, black metal dial, SW-SS, mono-metallic balance with Elinvar hairspring, satin nickel finish, s#P1889. The Hamilton factory ledger shows this particular serial number as having been sold on August 31st, 1943.
Condition: Mvt: Started ticking when wound but mainspring is likely broken as it audibly slips with every few turns of the crown, good chronograph stop and start function and frequent good reset function but occasionally reset is incomplete and needs additional engagements to fully reset, minute register sometimes jumps forward one minute immediately on activation of the chronograph and then proceeds to advance normally as each additional minute passes, overhaul needed, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, some scattered fine scratches; dial with some small fine scratches and contact marks; excellent hands, hour with some small bits of paint loss; case shows little wear though case rear with chrome loss nearly throughout, fine scratches and nicks to band, no dents or dings, excellent contract marking detail aside from the final serial number digits which have been intentionally overscored at some time in the past, circular rear finish remains intact but chrome-finish of case rear is nearly fully lost; tight bow, crown shows very little wear; good glass crystal.
$500.00
Chronometers, Deck & Military Watches
53306
APW - Hamilton, Grade 4992B with silver case, World War II era military "Master Navigation Watch," 22J, 16S, .800 silver OF original case with contract markings to rear, black metal GCT (Greenwich Civil Time) 24 hour dial, SW-hack-set with sweep-seconds, mono-metallic balance with Elinvar hairspring, fully capped lever escapement, "U.S. Govt" marked mvt, striped pattern nickel damascene, s#4C19941. This example is listed in the Hamilton ledger as having been sold March 19th, 1943.
Condition: Mvt: Running, good hacking function, nearly mint cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces with few short fine to micro-fine scratches; excellent dial with few light contact marks, some light perimeter rub under bezel at upper portion; excellent hands; case shows medium wear, some fine scratches and profuse micro-fine scratches, some dings and nicks to band, reduced contract marking detail with some small bits of full loss at shoulder; bow pivots freely, crown is a chrome-plated base metal replacement which shows light wear and is seated somewhat high; good glass crystal.
$580.00
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
Lady s Pendant Watches
48631
LPW - Waltham, 15J, 6S, heavy 14K gold original HC with beautiful engraving detail including an idyllic lakeside town scene to rear, gold cuvette, white enamel DS dial with impressed center, SW-SS, nickel damascene, s#6507618. Gross weight of assembled watch 43.2 dwt (67.2 g); gross weight of case only with movement removed 25.8 dwt (40.1 g).
Condition: Mvt: Starts ticking when wound but likely broken mainspring as it winds endlessly without reaching full tension, overhaul needed, nearly mint cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces with few micro-fine scratches; visible portion of dial with circular hand rub within seconds-register, spot of dried glue on surface at perimeter near 9; case shows hardly any wear, no dents or dings, superb crisp engraving detail, case rear opens short of 90 degrees (to approximately 75 degrees); tight bow, crown shows very little wear; good glass crystal.
$1100.00
PW Movements and Dials Only
46240
PW mvt only lot (5) Waltham, 15J, two 18S, one 16S, two 3/0S, three white enamel SS dials, two gilt dials, two SW-SS, three SW-LS, three gilt mvts, two nickel damascene, all NR (one will tick in dial-side down only), missing parts include case screws, a regulator needle, and a minute hand; an interesting group including an 18S private label marked to mvt and dial for Otto Zamow of New York, an 18S with "Favorite" marked mvt, a Model 1872, and two pendant watches with attractive gilt winding wheels.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$180.00
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
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
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
26910
Case Only - Osaka Watch Co, 18S, nickel OF hinged back case, monogrammed caseback with engine turned detail, s#371703.
Condition: Case shows very light wear, no dents or dings, engine turning detail is crisp with mild reduction at edges; tight nickel bow, crown shows very little wear; good glass crystal.
$1500.00
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
46318
Case lot (5) Gold-filled 6S HC with engine turning and engraving details, one Fahys Monarch, one Illinois Watch Case Co, one C.W.C.Co, one Supreme, and one unmarked, four SW with setting lever slot, one SW with no setting lever slot, one with missing crystal, one missing screw to secure stem, cases range from showing light wear to showing little wear.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$330.00
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
PW Cases Only
47647
Case lot (4) Gold-filled HC with beautiful engraving details, SW - [1] Illinois Giant 6S case, with lever-set slot, case shows very little wear, excellent engraving detail, few very thin strips of wear to brass to pendant. [2] C.W.C.Co. 12S case, no lever-set slot, case shows light wear, front opens wide of 90 degrees (to approximately 110 degrees) and does not sit fully flush when closed leaving a thin gap to lower portion, reduced engine turning and engraving detail, few thin strips and small spots of wear to brass, surface of bezel is through virtually entirely to underlying brass, missing crystal. [3] Philladelphia 6S case, no lever-set slot, case shows light wear, front opens wide of 90 degrees (too approximately 110 degrees), few scattered scratches and dings, slightly reduced engine turning and engraving detail, missing crystal. [4] Philladelphia 0S case, case shows very little wear, scattered tiny nicks along band, excellent engine turning and engraving detail, few subtle splotches of wear to brass along band and pendant, missing bezel, crystal, crown, and stem.
Condition: Multiple lots sold as-is, no further condition report available.
$240.00
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
55270
Case only - Gold-filled 18S HC, SW with lever-set slot, engine turned and engraved with attractive floral and scroll detail, small town wall scene to rear.
Condition: Case shows light wear, two scratches to rear near center, some small sharp dings to front center, subtle dent to lower-right front edge, reduced engraving and engine turning detail, spot of wear to brass to lower front and lower rear near edge, few strips of wear to brass to pendant, thin partial rings of wear to brass to front and rear edges and band, inner surfaces of front and rear are through virtually entirely to underlying brass; replacement bow pivots freely, crown shows light wear; good glass crystal.
$110.00
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
57870
Case only lot (3) Coin silver 18S HC - [1] KWKS, case shows medium wear, front lift spring is very weak as it is making contact with lid but is allowing lid to fall closed with gravity, missing push, cuvette hinge is loose and falls closed with gravity, rear does not sit flush when fully closed leaving a very thin gap, reduced engraving detail with areas of full loss, bow is currently not attached, good glass crystal. Gross weight 70.0 dwt (108.9 g). [2] Fahys 3oz with initialed shield to front, bow with chain guards, SW with lever-set slot, case shows little wear, front lift spring is slightly weak as it is making contact with lid but is allowing lid to tip slightly towards closed with gravity, slightly reduced engraving detail, tight bow, missing crown, sleeve, crystal, and detent screw. [3] KWKS, case shows light to medium wear, case front lift spring is not making contact with lid through final portion of opening range but hinge is tight so the fully opened lid will hold its 90-degree position, reduced engine turning detail with rings of full loss at shoulders, slightly reduced engraving detail, splotchy toniing to front and few spots to rear, brassy bow pivots freely, glass crystal with inner edge flake. Gross weight 36.6 dwt (56.9 g).
Condition: Multiple lots sold as is, no further condition report available.
$210.00
Small Clocks
47931
Cartier small clock with alarm, black enameled metal case with gilt accents, painted metal dial, 3 inches at its widest point x 4.75 inches in height to top of handle x almost 1 inch thick excluding setting knobs, quartz mvt, s#901702799.
Condition: Mvt: NR, alarm function unknown due to NR condition, overhaul needed but not inspected as to reason for not running and may simply need a fresh battery, rear not opened to inspect mvt; visible portion of dial is flawless; excellent-plus hands; case shows very little wear, scattered nicks thorughout but mostly to left side edge, small chip to enamel to left foot edge at bottom edge, no dents or dings; good glass crystal.
$295.00

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