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Lot 756 (Watches, 25th September 2018)

A VICTORIAN EIGHTEEN CARAT GOLD POCKET WATCH

Sold for £600


Condition report

No key present to test if working.


In heavily worn condition.


Lacking glass.


Bezel is bent.


Case dented and bashed.


Dial is dirty and heavily marked.


All hands intact; have started to rust.


Covers don't close properly.


Personal inscription to the movement cover reads 'Presented to Mr Robert Murray, By the Partick United FreeHigh Church Choir, in recognition of 17 years faithful service, 18th December, 1902'

 

VICTORIAN EIGHTEEN CARAT GOLD FULL HUNTER KEY WIND POCKET WATCH,
the round white dial with John Forrest London to the dial, with Roman numerals in black, sunken subsidiary seconds at 6, railroad outer seconds track in black, 53mm case with Chester hallmarks for 1902-3 to the caseback interior, with engraved monogram to the front case, 125g gross

The condition of watches offered at auction varies widely due to factors including age, possible restoration, repair and general wear and tear. Condition reports relate to watches’ condition at the time of inspection by McTear’s specialists, McTear’s cannot guarantee watches to function beyond that point. Watches are not tested in house for accuracy, duration or water tightness. Buyers should assume that all watches purchased will require regular servicing to be useable and reliable. If McTear’s have been unable to open a watch case safely then the completeness and functionality of the movement within cannot be commented on or guaranteed. McTear’s cannot offer any form of guarantee that movements and/or all component parts are original to any watch.