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ELGIN 14 KARAT SOLID GOLD 12 SIZE AND PERFECT! 1964
STOCK NUMBER # HOWARD2904------If your looking for mint with a stunning original never touched dial then this is the piece for you. The case is solid 14 karat gold and flawless. Across this Elgin factory signed case is 45mm and it is thin so a breeze to fit into any pocket. Hands are perfect and the glass crystal is flawless. The case serial number is S,562,232. This Elgin gold case reference number is 2296. There is a personal engraving on the back and in short it was presented to a Firestone employee of 20 years serviced 1964. The movement is a manual wind 12 size by American standards and in perfect pristine serviced condition and I would be very surprise if this piece was carried over a dozen times as it really is that perfect. There are 21 clean and inspected jewels to this Elgin movement and the caliber for this movement is 876. Again this piece was produced in the year 1964 and in mint factory original condition.
1550.00 USD VERIFIED PAYPAL ONLY PLEASE NO EXCEPTIONS
P H GILBERT (LONDON ENGLAND) 18 KARAT GOLD MINT MUSEUM CONDITION CHAIN FUSEE AND ARTICULATELY SERVCIED 1811
STOCK NUMBER # GILBERT1------I offer for sale a stunning victory for an ancient watchmaker P.H Gilbert who was located in London England as the perfect and clear hallmarks indicate this fact. The case is not worn and all hinges are in perfect order. Across this London hallmarked case is 48mm across and the height including the glass bulls eye crystal is 24mm. There are no personal engravings on this case and the engine turn back is incredible and crisp condition. Produced in 1811 and all these years later in such Museum condition. The dial is perfect and I will repeat mint perfect . This is an 18 karat gold guilloche pattern dial and I am amazed all these years and it is simply perfect! I did left the bezel with the glass bulls eye crystal so you can get a true view of this marvellous 18 karat gold dial. The hallmarks on the inside of the back of this case are all correct with little wear. They read... case maker "I.G" and the "crown over 18" indicates and tested for 18 karat solid gold. The "Lion head" is a London assay hallmark and all are once again correct. The letter "Q" indicates with the pattern it is in 1811 and I can't say enough of the over all condition. The movement is signed "P.H Gilbert, London". The serial number for this Gilbert pocket watch chain fusee is 651. Even the balance wheel is solid gold with a proper and poised hair spring as I made sure of this fact. The balance cock end stone is a large diamond and in perfect condition needless to say. I have inspected each and every link of the chain and all are in correct lubricated order with no flaws. A few winds of the key and the balance will move in a perfect swing. This is a back wind up and a front set movement. To change the hands you simply open the bezel and exposed the hands, then you will see a square notch at the end of the minute hand where it attaches to the movement and when you put the key in this square and turn the key the hands will move. The pocket watch chain is strong gold filled and the coin is a Spanish genuine piece dating from the year 1756! The outer case is in awesome condition with no tears on the silk cover.
If ever you were going to consider a Museum piece ....this is the one to acquire for a family heirloom or for a special occasion.
4500.00 USD FIRM .... VERIFIED PAYPAL ONLY PLEASE NO EXCEPTIONS
ILLINOIS 10 KARAT RED (ROSE) GOLD CASE 18 SIZE TRANSITIONAL MODEL AND IN IMPECCABLE CONDITION! 1879
STOCK NUMBER # ILL3455------Hard to believe this piece is from the year 1879 and keeps great time. This is a n 18 size Illinois transitional piece which means it can be stem wound or key turned from the back of the movement as you can see the round cylinder with a square notch. This tested case is "Red" gold and 10 karat solid. Well desirable is the colour of the near perfect case. The serial number for this 10k red gold case is 50,643. The dial is enamel and quite clean indeed. The hands are original and the crystal is glass with not a flaw to be found. There are no personal engravings on this case and across this case is 55mm. The movement serial number is 270,798 and there are 15 clean and inspected large jewels. The movement again is well serviced and keeps terrific time. To set the time there is a lever at the 5 pm position and when pulled out with the crown being turned the hands will move to the time you desire, then don't forget to push the little lever back in! A few winds from the crown or turn the key (key is included) and it takes right off in a perfect motion. As well when you push the crown in the lid pops open perfect to a 90% angle. Stunning , beautiful color case and serviced so you can start a family heirloom! Needless to say a key with a chain and a pouch will all be included no extra charge ;-)
2200.00 USD VERIFIED PAYPAL ONLY PLEASE NO EXCEPTIONS
WALTHAM MUSEUM PIECE 4 KARAT SOLID GOLD CHRONOGRAPH PERFECT ENAMEL DIAL AND SERVICED 1888
STOCK NUMBER # WA66510------I have for sale an incredible find. This is a Waltham signed case, movement and original perfect enamel dial pocket watch and it is a 14 size by American standards so across this solid tested 14 karat gold Waltham case is 53mm. The lid will pop open perfect when the crown is pushed in. The case is signed "Waltham 14K" and the case serial number is 312,707. Both engine turn designs on the cover and back are excellent and crisp. There are no personal engravings on this 14 karat gold case. The dial is factory original and enamel with not a line not a flaw to be found...pristine condition. The hands are original and this railroad spade in design. The crystal is perfect. This is a hunter case 1874 frosted model movement and it is a 14 size as mentioned before. There is a button at the 4:45 position and when pushed in the first time the chrono sweep hand takes off perfectly, then push the button again and the hand stops, then push it in a third time and the sweep second hand fly's perfectly back to 12 pm sharp. There are 13 clean and inspected jewels to this 1874 hunter model Waltham chronograph movement. This Waltham has been inspected prior our cleaning system and afterwards then it was assembled and the balance took off like a rocket when adjusted back into place so except an amazing time keeper indeed. This is a Museum piece for sure and with a perfect enamel dial? ..unheard of!
HAMILTON SOLID 14 KARAT GOLD HUNTER CASE 16 SIZE MODEL 975 WELL SERVICED IMPECCABLE CONDITION 1915
Darryl I received the watch a couple of days ago. I am very satisfied with the condition of this watch movement and the beautiful 14K solid gold case. . I would also like to say that it is keeping very accurate time..
…….Thanks again……….Tom Flexxxx
HOWARD 14 KARAT SOLID GOLD CASE SERIES 10 16 SIZE AND WELL SERVICED 1912
STOCK NUMBER # HOWARD2904------Here I have a well serviced Howard American made pocket watch and it is a great crisp clean piece indeed. The case is 100% 14 karat solid gold and tested. Across this Swing out movement case is 47mm. There is a personal engraving on the inside of the back of this 14 karat solid gold swing out case. The case is signed "keystone 14K Warranted" and the case serial number is 5,602,784. The dial is enamel and very clean as the scan shows you clearly. The hands are Howard and the glass crystal is flawless. The movement is a 16 size and it is a Howard series 10 with 21 extra fine and inspected jewels. Under the balance wheel it does read "Extra adjustment, 5 positions temperature" this is short of a chronometer movement. The serial number for this Howard movement is 1,144,502 which dates this extra clean and service Howard pocket watch to the year 1912. On a closing note this is a stem wind and lever set model so it is of high grade for sure ;-)
1950.00 USD VERIFIED PAYPAL ONLY PLEASE NO EXCEPTIONS
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ROBERT ROSKELL RACK AND PINION 18 KARAT GOLD CASE IN CASE
STOCK NUMBER ROSKELL1000------ In the year 1825 Jan 27th - U.S. Congress approves Indian Territory (in what is present-day Oklahoma), clearing the way for forced relocation of the Eastern Indians on the "Trail of Tears." Mar 4th - John Quincy Adams inaugurated as 6th president and in Liverpool a master watchmaker was producing stunning rack and lever chain fusee pocket watch as this fine example and well worthy to be in the same paragraph as J Adams and the birth of the state Oklahoma.
I must tell you that an 18 karat solid gold case in case are rare and hard to find and to have a fine pristine example in such fine high museum quality? this is unheard of. One must keep in mind that back in 1825 computers were not even on the table of thought, Electricity was only 50 odd years old by a kite flown in an electrical storm by Ben Franklin. The telephone was the "town Crier" and still Robert Roskell managed to slowly produced some of the worlds finest time pieces as this one I have here before you without the aid or marvels of machines and man made lighting.
The case in case are both spotless and well hallmarked from the assay's office of Chester and dated to 1825. The total weight of the cases not including movement, bulls eye glass crystal or metal bars is 65 grams which works out to a bit less than 2 1/2 ounces of pure 18 karat solid gold. The outer case across is 55mm. The inner solid 18 karat gold case is 50mm across. The dial is enamel and for a dial of an age of 183 years old it is stunning along with the solid 24 karat gold hands.
The movement is a chain fusee and it has a "Rack and lever" movement as Robert Roskell was famous for.
all hinges on these two cases are in perfect order. The movement is signed Robert Roskell and it is written on the movement "Liverpool,23,888. On the balance cock it is written "Patent" It is truly amazing that when you put the key into the key slot and wind it a few times, This 183 year old movement runs amazingly well. I have cleaned and serviced this piece and I can tell you that it came to me in well taken care of condition so with a little TLC and with close inspection of all gears, cogs and the fusee chain. I can attest to this historical piece as a genuine 18 karat gold case in case Museum piece in perfect order.
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