A Victorian or Edwardian Ladies Remontoir (10 Ruby) Pocket Watch with finely Enameled Dial and 18 Carat Gold Case. This watch was made in France during either the late 19th or early 20th Century, circa 1875-1910.
Condition: very good - there is minor age wear to the case; the dial is in excellent undamaged condition and the movement is in very good working order.
2.5cm (1 inch) diameter
Total weight: 21 grams (0.75 ounces)
A beauty of a Nautical Clock and Barometer Set by Seth Thomas
A previous owner has installed this Clock and Barometer Set on a "WHEEL" HOUSE PLAQUE
Dials are 4 inches
Spokes are 8.5 inches
Plaque is 19 inches in Width and 11 inches in Height
Ship Bells Movement
8 Day Movement.
A very nice looking gold filled 1-5/8" pocket watch with a 1-1/4" movement. It was made in 1903 by the American Waltham Watch Company, it appears to be a size 6 Model 1890 (11 jewels) and the hunter case is attractively engraved. It has the same design on both sides and it has a script monogram on one side. The case is a Waltham Cashier 25 year hunter and the movement has the serial number 12285339...
Spectacular hour glass--actually sand measures about forty five minutes-tall enough to serve as side table-even has water rings on top to prove it-23 inches high-10.5 diameter-rare to find hour glass this large-no repairs or condition problem-it really workse
Elgin MASONIC Custom Dial to fit 12 size Elgin Waltham. Blue Lodge Masonic Order custom Dial. Created for the 1920s Elgin or Waltham Pocket Watch movement. Masonic Order symbols in place of figures created especially for the Masonic Members. Mint custom masonic dial only. Mint original condition. THIS IS A FINE COLLECTIBLE. DON'T INVEST IN THE STOCK MARKET. BUY SOMETHING PROVEN IN TIME.
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Early 19thc pedestal mantel clock-inlaid wood-pedestals have ormolu bronze fittings on top and bottom of four Corinthian columns-17 inches high 9 inches wide and 5.25 inches deep-works marked-no key-working condition unknown-sold as is-has richly cast pendulum-minor wear to bronze fittings
H 24.5 in. x W 19.5 in. (at base) x D 10 in. (at base)
Fine and large Louis XVI gilt bronze ormolu mantel clock by Jean-Gabriel Imbert, called Imbert L’Aîné. Waisted cartouche-form case, decorated with acanthus scrolls and surmounted by a seated putto holding a lyre. Roman dial is signed "Imbert L’Aîné a Paris". second half of 18th century...
H 14.75 in. x W 11.5 in. x D 5 in.
Striking 19th century French gilt bronze mantel clock, featuring the Roman goddess, Diana. Base features frieze of cherubs. Wonderful guilloche detailing on feet and decorative parts of base. Enamel dial with Roman numerals. Dial is signed "Lamy Gouge a Paris". Lamy Gouge was the Watchmaker to the King between 1804 and 1820.
Condition notes: Loose quiver, may not be original. Working order.
H 19 in. x W 15 in...
H 17.5 in. x W 9.75 in. x D 5.5 in.
Early 19th century, c. 1830, French Empire Portico mantel clock. Marquetry inlay Mahogany and gilt bronze. Engine turned Guilloche Roman dial. With key.
Condition notes: Some stable splitting to wood on base, see photographs for details.
H 22 in. x W 11.5 in. x D 6.5 in.
19th century French Empire Portico clock with gridiron pendulum, Roman dial, and Corinthian caps to columns. Made by Vincenti-Paris, dated 1835. Sold by T. Martin Regent Street London. 1/2 hour and hour strike. Excellent.
Condition notes: Some minor crazing to dial.
A gorgeous antique ladies Elgin 15 jewel pocket watch with a floral motif designed in relief using gold, yellow, and green golds. The inside is engraved "Edna Forbes, Feb 25,1913". In good working condition, this little beauty measures 1.5 inches in diameter.
Ladies blue enamel 800 silver with gold pendant watch that could be used as a pocket watch. The intricate leaf design on the back of the watch is comprised of silver, yellow gold, a green gold leaves. Circa 1900, it is in excellent working condition. It measures with 2.75" long, diameter of watch 1 1/8"
Rare 18K yellow gold P. S. Bartlett hunter case pocket watch. This is a key wind, key set, 12 size watch. It is a thick watch (see side view of photo). Made in Waltham, Mass and dated 1863, Waltham purchased American Watch Company. This watch has been in the original family since it was purchased. Engraved inside when it was gifted, photos are available upon request. Works and is in excellent condition.
Wonderful antique pocket watch by Elgin Natl. Watch Co, circa 1896. The watch features a porcelain face with second hand. It is a lever-set, size 18, grade 96, and is gilded with 7 jewels. Serial No: 6767280. The watch is set in an open face ore silver case. This piece is in good condition and working order, but does have substantial scratches on the front crystal.
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Original antique erotic automaton pocket watch featuring a very colorful hand painted dial of a cute young lady watering a young lad. His excitement shows as his burgeoning "amoryllis" moves in an up and down motion. Note the the lucky 4-leaf clover in the young man's hat. The hunter case is 800 silver and marked "Doxa". In good working order, this naughty pocket watch runs fine and keeps accurate time. Watch measures 2.5" in diameter (4" total height).
Masonic automaton pocket watch with hand painted image on enamel dial. The skull at the bottom rotates. 800 silver Hunter case, engraved on one side and marked inside marked Galonne, 800 and numbered 145878. Works are marked Cylindre, 10 Rubis, Lanco. In fine working order, the watch measures 1.75" in diameter, total height 2.5".
N.Y. Standard Old Style LOCOMOTIVE DIAL C: 1902. 7j clean, running movement. THIS IS A FINE COLLECTIBLE. DON'T INVEST IN THE STOCK MARKET. BUY SOMETHING PROVEN IN TIME.
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