The finest money can buy in 1883. AMERICAN WILD WEST PERIOD, Tombstone, Wyatt Earp, Doc Holiday could well have experienced this watch. Worn by the more affluent saloon keepers, gamblers of this decade in American Wild West History. **AMERICAN W.Co. 1872 MODEL 14k Solid ROSE GOLD All original C: 1883. 105 Grams total weight. Lever set to change the time. Serial No. 2,020,062. Original case, dial, and movement...
This is a beautiful 18K gold pocket watch with Longines movement. Enameled face with Roman numerals. The case is delicately decorated with "rose cut"
diamonds. Please, see photos.Early 20th. Century.
Diameter: 35 mm.
This is a Swiss 18K pocket watch, with top-wind button set. Made By Humbert-Ramuz & Cie, white-enamel face with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds.The casing is delicately decorated with diamonds.
Swiss hallmarks on interior of case (please see photos). Early 20th Century.
Diameter: 40 mm.
Open-face travel clock with original leather case. Marked Lenroc on the face.
Early 20th Century.
Measures: Case: 4.25" (10.7 cm) X 4.13" (10.5 cm). Clock: 2.55" (6.5 cm) diameter.
Beautiful Howard & Co., Boston banjo clock in wonderful rosewood case. All original and running great. Measures 28 1/2" long x 12" wide x 4" deep.
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)
This is a wonderful clock made of bronze and rouge marble depicting a lion pulling a cherub in a chariot over the tomb of Napoleon. It measures 17" long x 17" tall x 6" deep. The only marks I could find on it, which are shown in the photos, are numbers and an award that it won in France. It works beautifully and is in excellent condition.
A finely engraved ladies silver pocket watch with enamel face and in velvet English retailer's box. This item was made in France, circa 1890-1910. Condition - very good and fully working...
This beautiful metal clock has been in the original family since the late 1800's and we are pleased to be offering it for sale for the first time ever. Made by F. Kroeber of New York, it was presented to a member of the faculty at Indiana University in 1881. It is decorated with a great aesthetic design incorporating birds, flowers and a dog chasing a deer and is engraved with the following: Left side: Presented to Bartlet Y...
Spectacular Victorian 14K solid multicolor gold Illinois pocket watch, circa 1884, comprising a yellow gold 6 Size Hunter Case, the front engraved with a pink/rose gold monogrammed shield surrounded with intricate green gold flowers. The case back decorated with a highly detailed bee hive scene design, scrolled, textured border. Inside: White porcelain dial, black Roman numerals, blued steel hands, marked ILLINOIS WATCH COMPANY, SPRINGFIELD,1145370...
Beautifully detailed bronze clock with cherubs on either side. It measures 22" long x 20" tall x 8" deep. It is signed (see photo), and from Paris. It is in as found working condition, but could definitely benefit from a good cleaning.
Swiss table clock with 8 days movement. Lovely hand painting over ivory of a Clock Tower. Both painting (front) and casing (back) are signed.
Front inscription reads "Swiss" and the painters signature.
Rear inscription reads "La Tour de l'Horloge"- fab. Suisse - 56225 - JUVENIA M.F.G.- Swiss D6 - Metal Dore - 8 DAYS.
Dimensions of clock: 4" height X 2.75" width.
Dimension of base only: 1.50" height X 3.75" width.
Dimensions with marble base: 5.25" height.
Art Nouveau bronze and enamel clock displaying a handpainted outdoor scene
of two young women and sheep in tones of blue, paint on ivory. Clock and chime are functioning. Late 1800 or early 1900.
Measures: 3" high, 3" wide.