Carica manuale - Argento - Winding and setting key
|Model:||verge fusee pocket watch|
|Period:||Earlier than 1850|
|Material fineness:||935 silver|
This is a beautiful and imposing men's pocket watch from the year of the Waterloo's battle!
The mechanical movement with verge fusee escapement and silver "Tompion" regulator runs well.
The movement is signed: "Alexander Willis, London". The accuracy is obviously not guaranteed.
Stunning hand engraving on the balance cock and plate with grotesque mask.
Enamel dial in almost perfect condition without cracks or hairlines, with two very light scratches. Mineral glass in mint condition.
Shiny sterling silver pair case with some dents. Both cases bear the same hallmark London, 1815. The pressing button seems to contain a gem.
"I.R" is the hallmark of John Reily, silversmith in London since 1808.
The watch comes complete with a winding and setting key.
Total weight in g: 146,6! - Diameter in mm: 55 - Total thickness in mm: 25.
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Very well packaging. Registered and insured shipping with tracking.
|Member since:||July 8, 2016|
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|Hong Kong, China||$43.47|
|Rest of Europe||$28.57|
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