Lot 794 (Watches, 3rd July 2018)
Sold for £220
None in working condition at the present time.
All in very heavily worn condition.
One missing glass.
One with each hand bent.
One with a heavily cracked dial.
One heavily corroded.
FOUR VARIOUS POCKET WATCHES including a Victorian silver example, the round white dial with bold Roman numerals in black, sunken subsidiary seconds at 6, railroad outer second track, 54mm case with full Chester hallmarks for 1899-1900, lacking glass, 157.1g gross; two further silver examples, one with chain, 258g gross and a metal example
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