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Lot 860 (Jewellery Online, ending 18th July 2019 20:00)

TWO LADY'S WRIST WATCHES

Sold for £35


Condition report

Each in worn condition, manual wind with heavier wear
The Bulova winds and ticks at present, the other does neither
Bulova clasp working, general wear all over

 

LADY'S EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY MANUAL WIND WRIST WATCH,
unsigned movement, the round dial with Arabic numerals in black, the case marked for nine carat gold, on a fabric strap, 16g gross; along with a lady's Bulova gold plated manual wind wrist watch, in box (2)

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