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Antique Pocket Watches

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1802 SILVER PAIR CASED POCKET WATCH, SAMSON, LONDON

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An 1802 pair case silver pocket watch with repousse work to the back. An enamel dial with 'Dutch' 5 minute markers and Roman numerals. A fine quality silver case showing decorations to the front and sides. A classical scene is depicted to the back, surrounded by further floral decorations. A fine quality verge fusee mechanism by J Samson, London. London silver hallmarks date this to 1802.

Case Width 50mm

£ 1650 (US$ 2181) (Euro 1964)

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OMEGA 18K GOLD MIDSIZE POCKET WATCH

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A well engraved 18k gold mid size pocket watch by Omega. An enamel dial with subsidiary seconds signed by retailer 'Muir & Sons, Glasgow' with gilt hands. Engraving to the case sides and a top wind. A lever escapement mechanism, serial numbers date this to circa 1898. The inner case is marked Omega and 18k.

Case width 39mm

£ 580 (US$ 749) (Euro 691)

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1926 ENGRAVED LONGINES FULL HUNTER POCKET WATCH

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A rare 1926 Longines full hunter pocket watch with decorative engraving. An enamel dial with stylised Arabic numerals signed by Longines. A silver case with architectural designs to both sides. Case back inner signed by Longines and stamped with 7 Grands Prix to the mechanism cover. A high quality caliber 18.50 Longines mechanism with a Geneva striped finish to the backplate. Serial numbers date this watch to 1926.

Case width 50mm

£ 575 (US$ 756) (Euro 681)

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1928 LONGINES OCTAGONAL POCKET WATCH

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A 1928 Longines octagonal pocket watch. A gilt coloured dial with stylistic numerals. Unusual blued steel hands. The case edges to the front, side and back all have engraving. The engraving to the back surrounds a pinstripe finish to the main case back. A gold filled case made by Empress. A high quality 15 jewel 18.79 Longines mechanism

Case Width 41 mm.

£ 395 (US$ 518) (Euro 465)

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18K GOLD silver dial pocket watch

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A good quality 18K gold Swiss pocket watch. A silvered 'sunburst' dial with black Roman numerals and gilt 'moon' hands. Signed to the case inner 'Vacheron, A Geneve'. A French made 'Lepine' style mechanism, circa 1840.

Case Width 46 mm.

£ 945 (US$ 1275) (Euro 1165)

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1907 9K GOLD LADIES POCKET WATCH

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A 1907 9K gold ladies pocket watch. An enamel dial with Roman numerals with gilt decorations to the outer edges of the dial. A very well engraved case to the front, sides and back. A topwind mechanism with cylinder escapement. Unusually for a watch of this style, it shows London import hallmarks for 1907.

Case Width 31 mm.

£ 295 (US$ 385) (Euro 349)

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1931 HALF HUNTER POCKET WATCH

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A 1931 silver half hunter pocket watch. A good quality silver 'Special' case made by Dennison. An enamel dial with recessed centre signed by retailers 'Anderson, City Jewellers, Rochester'. A high quality 15 jewel Swiss made mechanism. Birmingham silver marks date this watch to 1931.

Case Width 52 mm.

£ 345 (US$ 451) (Euro 408)

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1938 OMEGA STAINLESS STEEL POCKET WATCH

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A 1938 Omega stainless steel pocket watch. A silvered dial with black Arabic numerals to the quarters and batons to the rest, indicated by ‘plume’ hands. An oversized subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o’clock. A good quality 15 jewel 38.5L – T1 Swiss made mechanism by Omega. Serial numbers date this watch to circa 1938.

Case width 48mm

 

£ 395 (US$ 496) (Euro 445)

 

 

 

 

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RARE GEORGIAN POCKET WATCH IN GILT CASE

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A rare gilt ormolu Georgian period mantel clock of very small proportions. A silvered engraved dial with blued steel hands. The original gilt finish to the rococo design case. The original velvet base over gilt and the original glass dome. A glass back to the well decorated original verge watch mechanism signed 'James Wightman London'. A 1 day keywind watch mechanism. A very sweet little clock!

James Wightman of London is recorded in Baillies' 'Watchmakers and Clockmakers of The World' book as working from 1817-1824.

Height 6 " / 16 cms (to top of glass dome)

Depth & Width 4 " / 10 cms

£ 575 (US$ 753) (Euro 684)

 

 

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1911 OMEGA POCKET WATCH

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A 1911 Omega pocket watch. An enamel dial with Arabic numerals, signed by retailers 'J Parris, Rugby'. A base metal case signed by Omega to the inner cover. A good quality Swiss made mechanism signed by Omega. Serial numbers date this watch to circa 1911.

Case Width 51 mm.

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1908 LONGINES FULL HUNTER NIELLO CASE POCKET WATCH

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A Longines full hunter pocket watch. A Niello silver case with a floral scene to both sides (a bit of wear to the case). Marked to the case inner 'Longines 4 Grands Prix, Paris, Milan & Bruxelles'. A caliber 19.74 lever escapement mechanism. An enamel dial with 5 minute outer markers, fine gilt hands and subsidiary seconds. Serial numbers date this watch to 1908.

Case Width 52 mm

£ 425 (US$ 552) (Euro 506)

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1917 WALTHAM 9K GOLD POCKET WATCH

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A 1917 Waltham 9K gold pocket watch. An enamel dial with Roman numerals and blued steel hands. A 9K gold case made by Dennison, showing Birmingham hallmarks. A high quality 15 jewel grade 820 mechanism by Waltham. Highly decorated backplate signed 'American Waltham Watch Co'. Serial numbers date this watch to 1917.

Case Width 52mm.

£ 645 (US$ 848) (Euro 764)

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1927 SILVER CHRONOGRAPH POCKET WATCH

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A silver chronograph pocket watch. An enamel dial Roman numerals, showing a subsidiary seconds dial and a minute counter to 6 o'clock and 12 o'clock. A good quality silver case with import marks for London. A Swiss made mechanism with chronograph complications to the backplate. Silver hallmarks date this watch to c1927.

Case Width 52 mm.

£ 295 (US$ 356) (Euro 317)

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1926 ROLEX SILVER POCKET WATCH

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A 1926 Rolex silver pocket watch. An enamel dial with black Arabic numerals and a subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o'clock. The dial is signed by retailers 'Pidduck Hanley 17684' and indistinctly marked 'Rolex' above the seconds dial. A good quality silver case made by Dennison. A high quality 17 jewel Swiss made mechanism by Rolex. Birmingham hallmarks date this watch to 1926.

Case Width 50 mm.

£ 845 (US$ 1093) (Euro 979)

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1849 18K GOLD POCKET WATCH

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An early Victorian 18k gold mid size pocket watch. Chester 18k gold hallmarked 1849. A gold dial with blued steel hands and subsidiary seconds. A keywind mechanism with engraving and a jewelled balance.

Case Width 43 mm.

£ 625 (US$ 793) (Euro 744)

 

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A RARE GIANT TURKISH MARKET POCKET WATCH

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A rare large silver pocket watch made for the Turkish Ottoman market. A high quality case with decorative edging and a raised embossed red enamel motif to the case back with gilt surround. A multi coloured floral spray to the dial centre. A white and light blue enamel dial with finely pierced gilt hands with subsidiary seconds. signed 'REMONTOIR 15 RUBIS' to the inner cover. A large top winding crown. Circa 1900.

Case Width 78mm

£ 795 (US$ 1009) (Euro 931)

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1920S GOLD PLATEd POCKET WATCH

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An unusual gold plated pocket watch. A silvered dial with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial. Engine turned decoration to the case back and front bezel. A Swiss made mechanism. Circa 1920s.

Case Width 41 mm.

 

£ 195 (US$ 248) (Euro 222)

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ARNOLD AND FRODSHAM MID SIZE 18K GOLD POCKET WATCH

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A Victorian 18k gold mid size pocket watch in the original box. A velvet lined case and marked to the outside 'Arnold & Co. 84 Strand (London). A gilt dial with matted centre and fine 'moon' blued steel hands. An engine turned case back with cartouche to the centre. Engraved to the case inner 'Examined by Arnold & Chas Frodsham 84 Strand'. A keywind mechanism.Signed to the mechanism 'Milleret Geneve'. Circa 1850.

Charles Frodsham was a distinguished watch and clock maker and the trading partnership name with Arnold was from 1843-1858. A rare find with the original box.

Case Width 38 mm.

£ 785 (US$ 1022) (Euro 936)

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1899 SILVER POCKET WATCH, W BATTY

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An 1899 silver pocket watch. An enamel dial with Roman numerals and blued steel hands. A high quality mechanism by W Batty and sons, Manchester & Liverpool, numbered 144662. An English silver case showing Birmingham hallmarks for 1899.

Case width 52mm.

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1895 OTTOMAN POCKET WATCH

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A rare and unusual Silver pocket watch for the Ottoman market. An enamel dial with Ottoman numerals and a subsidiary seconds dial. Signed in gilt lettering 'Libia'. A high quality keywind mechanism in a full plate design, signed in Arabic and numbered 75457. London silver hallmarks for 1895.

Case width 55mm

£ 565 (US$ 743) (Euro 669)

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189o's LADIES SILVER POCKET WATCH

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A good quality ladies Victorian silver pocket watch. A well engraved case to the sides and back. A lovely dial with gilt and coloured decorations and blued steel hands. A keywind Swiss mechanism. A keywind mechanism.

Case Width 38 mm.

 

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WALTHAM 9K GOLD 1931 POCKET WATCH

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A 1931 9k gold Waltham pocket watch. An enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, signed Waltham USA. An inner stainless steel case surrounding the mechanism. A seven jewel mechanism signed Waltham USA. Serial numbers date this watch to 1931.

Case Width 47 mm.

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1909 OMEGA NIELLO CASED POCKET WATCH

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A 1909 Omega niello cased pocket watch. An enamel dial with Arabic numerals and a subsidiary seconds dial. A rare niello case design with a vacant cartouche to the back. Case back inner marked 'Omega Grand Prix Paris 1900' and various medals.

Case Width 33 mm.

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GOLD PLATED TEMPO POCKET WATCH

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A slim gold plated pocket watch by Tempo. A gilt dial with geometric shapes paving the dial and raises gilt Arabic numerals. A Swiss topwind mechanism. Circa 1920.

Case Width 45 mm.

£ 115 (US$ 154) (Euro 130)

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1889 WALTHAM SILVER POCKET WATCH

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An 1889 Waltham silver pocket watch. A good quality full plate mechanism signed by makers. Case back inner showing Birmingham hallmarks. Serial numbers date this watch to 1889.

Case width 51mm

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1876 JW BENSON SILVER FUSEE POCKET WATCH

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An 1876 JW Benson Silver English fusee pocket watch. An enamel dial with black Roman numerals and a subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o'clock. A solid silver case with engine turning to the back, surrounding a stylised cartouche. A high quality chain driven English Fusee mechanism, signed by makers JW Benson, numbered 26753. The mechanism backplate is signed and inscribed 'JW Benson, 58 & 60 Ludgate Hill, London' 'Watchmaker by warrants to the Queen & the Prince of Wales'. London Silver hallmarks date this watch to 1876

Case Width 50mm

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1899 JG GRAVES SILVER POCKET WATCH

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An 1899 JG Graves, Sheffield silver cased pocket watch. An enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial. An 'Express English Lever' mechanism, made by JG Graves, Sheffield and numbered 649606. Silver case with sponsors marks of JGGS and dated by the Chester hallmarks to 1899.

Case Width 51 mm.

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MID SIZE SILVER POCKET WATCH

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A Victorian silver pocket watch. An enamel dial with blued steel hands and central gilt detailing. A keywind mechanism in an engraved silver case. Circa 1890.

Case Width 40 mm.

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1906 OMEGA CHRONOGRAPH POCKET WATCH

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A rare Omega pocket watch with chronograph functions. An enamel dial with Arabic numerals and an outer seconds track. A subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o'clock and a minute counter to 12 o'clock. Case back inner stamped Omega and bearing Swiss silver marks. An Omega mechanism with a single button chronograph function. Circa 1906.

Case Width 54 mm.

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FULL CALENDAR POCKET WATCH

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A good quality full calendar pocket watch in a gun metal case. An unusual dial with central floral decoration and Roman numerals. Multiple subsidiary seconds dials including date, day, month, moon and seconds. A Swiss made mechanism numbered 2162 and 11,170 underneath a Swiss cross. Circa 1900.

Case Width 54 mm.

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LADIES KAYS EMPRESS POCKET WATCH, WITH BOX

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A ladies silver 'Empress' pocket watch by Kays, Worcester. An enamel dial with black Roman numerals and floral decoration to the center. A high quality silver case with engraving and decoration to all sides and the back, with London import marks for c1913. This watch comes with the original Kays box.

Case Width 39 mm.

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SWISS CHRONOGRAPH POCKET WATCH WITH TACHYMETER FUNCTION

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A high quality silver chronograph pocket watch with tachymeter function. An enamel dial with subsidiary seconds dial, minute counter and red tachymeter function surrounding the dial. A good quality silver case made by Dennison. A Swiss made mechanism with Geneve stripe decoration to the backplates, numbered 51318. Silver hallmarks date this to c1938.

Case Width 50 mm.

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9k GOLD FULL HUNTER QUARTER REPEATING POCKET WATCH

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A high quality 9K gold quarter repeating pocket watch. A 9K gold full hunter case with gold top loop and inner cover. An enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o'clock. A fine quality mechanism, with quarter repeating function striking on gongs. Edinburgh gold import hallmarks date this watch to c1924.

Case Width 51 mm.

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1926 ELGIN SCREW CASE POCKET WATCH

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A 1926 Elgin screw case pocket watch. A Nickeloid case made by Keystone Watch Case Co. USA. A 7 jewel, grade 293 mechanism made by Elgin. A large case with screw front and back, similar in design to the Elgin 'Railroad' pocket watches. Serial numbers date this watch to 1926.

Case Width 54 mm.

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1864 JOHN BENNETT, LONDON FUSEE POCKET WATCH

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An 1864 John Bennett, London pocket watch. A silver case with engine turning to the back and sides, as well as a sunburst decoration around the top button. An enamel dial with Roman numerals and a subsidiary seconds dial, signed 'Bennett & Cheapside, London 28187'. Case back inner signed with the Bennett logo and '65&64 Cheapside, London'. A high quality English fusee mechanism signed by makers. Case, dial and mechanism all numbered 28187. London hallmarks date this watch to 1864.

Case Width 47 mm.

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SACKVILLE ROLLED GOLD POCKET WATCH

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A slim rolled gold Sackville pocket watch. A silvered dial with guilloche effect and black Arabic numerals. Blued steel hands with club style decoration. A Swiss made 15 jewel mechanism. A rolled gold case stamped CLB, this stamp was used by the General Watch Company. This watch was presumably made for the American market. Circa 1930.

Case Width 46 mm.

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OCTAGONAL ROLLED GOLD POCKET WATCH

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An octagonal rolled gold pocket watch. A gilt dial with retailers name John C Diggins, Hamilton who was a jeweller in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Pierced gilt hands and black Arabic numerals to the dial. A high quality 17 jewel Swiss made mechanism. A rolled gold case stamped 'Fahys Montauk Quality', by Fahys watch company. The back of this watch is engraved with floral decoration and a scene of a woodland cabin. Circa 1930.

Case Width 43 mm.

£ 175 (US$ 218) (Euro 193)

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OCTAGONAL ROLLED GOLD STRATFORD POCKET WATCH

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A highly decorative octagonal rolled gold pocket watch. A silvered dial with Arabic numerals and gilt dot minute markers. Greek key decoration circling the dial and blued steel moon hands. A 6 jewel Swiss made mechanism by Langendorf, who were reputed to be the largest producers of watches at one time. The brand later became Lanco. A rolled gold case stamped 'Monitor' which was a trademark of the Illinois Watch Company. The back of this watch has pin striped decoration and a vacant cartouche surrounded by floral designs. Circa 1930.

Case Width 44 mm.

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SLIM ROLLED GOLD POCKET WATCH

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A slim rolled gold pocket watch. A silvered dial with raised gilt Arabic numerals and decorative hands. A Swiss made case and mechanism. Circa 1930.

Case Width 45 mm.

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1920 SLIM ROLLED GOLD WALTHAM POCKET WATCH

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A slim rolled gold pocket watch made by Waltham. An off white dial with Arabic numerals and 'moon' hands. A very decorative case with engraving on the edges and a pinstripe effect on the back. Case made by Illinois Watch Company. A Waltham mechanism with highly decorated backplate. Circa 1930.

Case Width 45 mm.

£ 135 (US$ 155) (Euro 177)

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1908 WALTHAM TRAVELER POCKET WATCH

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A 1908 gold filled pocket watch by Waltham Watch Company. An enamel dial with Roman numerals and a red 5 minute track to the outer. A decorated screw down case, signed Waltham Fortune AW & Co Gold Filled. Serial numbers date this watch to 1908.

Case width 52 mm.

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1939 9K GOLD OMEGA POCKET WATCH

Watches

A 1939 9k gold Omega pocket watch. An enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, signed Omega. Blued steel 'moderne' hands and subsidiary seconds dial at 6 o'clock. A 9K gold case made by Dennison, with Birmingham hallmarks. A 15 jewel caliber 38.5L T1 Omega mechanism. Serial numbers date this watch to 1939.

Case Width 46 mm.

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43.

1906 H SAMUEL, MANCHESTER SILVER POCKET WATCH

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A 1906 H Samuel, Manchester Silver pocket watch. An enamel dial with black Roman numerals and a subsidiary seconds dial to 6 o'clock. The dial is signed 'The Climax Trip Action Patent' above 'H Samuel, Manchester'. A good quality keywind mechanism signed H Samuel, Manchester and numbered 801783. An outer mechanism cover, stamped 'Climax Reg, guaranteed English Manufacture Throughout'. Chester silver hallmarks date this watch to 1906.

Case width 52 mm.

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STOPWATCH SECTION

S1.

DOLMY 10 SECOND STOPWATCH

Watches

A Dolmy 10 second stopwatch. A white dial with black numerals and 1/10 second counters. A subsidiary seconds dial at 12 o'clock with a counter up to 10 minutes. The dial bears the names of noted retailers Camerer Cuss of London who were purveyors of clocks, watches and scientific goods. Circa 1960.

Case width 52mm

£ 65 (US$ 79) (Euro 71)

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S2.

EARLY 60 SECOND STOPWATCH

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An early 60 second stopwatch. An enamel dial with outer minute track surrounded by 5 second Arabic numerals. A minute recorder to the top of the dial, counting up to 30 minutes. A high quality Swiss made mechanism with complications the the backplate, showed through an exhibition back. Numbered 202805 and signed M to the balance bridge.

Case width 51mm

SOLD

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S3.

ABBOT BIRKS, LONDON STOPWATCH

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A good quality 60 second stopwatch by Abbot Birks, London. A white dial with black numerals and 1/5 second counters. A subsidiary seconds dial at 12 o'clock with a counter up to 30 minutes. Circa 1940.

Case width 52mm

£ 85 (US$ 102) (Euro 92)

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SMITHS BRITISH MILITARY STOPWATCH

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A British Military 60 second stopwatch by Smiths. An enamel dial with 1/5 second markers and a minute counter to 12 o'clock. Case back signed 6B/539 above 3110/52. Signed to the dial and the case back with the British Military broad arrow mark. Circa 1950.

Case width 51mm

£ 135 (US$ 163) (Euro 147)

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HEUER 2915 STOPWATCH

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A rare 1960s Heuer model 2915 stopwatch. A steel case with the original retailers label to the case back marked with reference number. Case back inner signed 'Ed Heuer & Co SA Swiss'. An enamel dial with 60 minute register and 12 hour register to the dial. Signed by retailers Camerer Cuss & co to the dial. A good quality 7 jewel mechanism signed Heuer. The Heuer 2915 stopwatch was the first Swiss watch to make it to space, worn by John Glenn in 1962 who was the first American to orbit the earth.

Case width 51mm

£ 375 (US$ 424) (Euro 466)

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HEUER 10 SECOND STOPWATCH

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A 1960s Heuer 10 second stopwatch. A steel case with original Heuer label to the back and the retailers label to the inner. Case back inner signed 'Ed Heuer & Co SA Swiss'. An enamel dial with 10 minute register and 10 second numerals to the outer. Signed by retailers Camerer Cuss & co to the dial. A good quality 7 jewel mechanism signed Heuer.

Case width 51mm

£ 165 (US$ 187) (Euro 202)

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LARGE 10 SECOND STOPWATCH

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A large 10 second stopwatch. An enamel dial with black numerals and 1/10 second counters. A subsidiary dial at 12 o'clock with a counter up to 10 minutes. Mechanism signed no3364 US Patent DRp 388992. An integral spare parts storage compartment. Circa 1920.

Case width 57mm

£ 95 (US$ 107) (Euro 118)

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MILITARY POCKET WATCH SECTION


MP1.

LEONIDAS GSTP BRTISH MILITARY POCKET WATCH

Watches

A Leonidas GSTP British military pocket watch. A black dial with subsidiary seconds and lume dots. Case back marked with the MOD broad arrow above 'GSTP U 2198'. A 15 jewel mechanism Swiss made mechanism cal 259. Circa 1940.

Case Width 51 mm.

£ 275 (US$ 317) (Euro 358)

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MP2.

JAEGER LE COULTRE BRITISH MILITARY POCKET WATCH

Watches

A Jaeger Le Coultre British Military issue pocket watch. A white dial with black and brown Arabic numerals, a subsidiary seconds dial and period lume hands. Case back marked with the MOD broad arrow and GSTP 320669. A high quality JLC caliber 467/2 mechanism. Circa 1940.

Case width 51mm

£ 395 (US$ 501) (Euro 446)

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MP3.

HS4 BRITISH NAVAL DECK/AIRCRAFT WATCH

Watches

A British Naval deck/aircraft watch. An enamel dial with Roman numerals and large blued steel hands. An outer black bezel recording from 0-360, rotated by hand when bezel lock is released. A high quality Swiss made mechanism with gilded finish. Numbered 867 to the dial and case back inner. Marked to the case back with code HS4. Circa 1939.

Case Width 63 mm.

£ 825 (US$ 1069) (Euro 984)

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MP4.

JAEGER LECOULTRE GSTP POCKET WATCH

Watches

A Jaeger LeCoultre GSTP British military pocket watch. A black dial with subsidiary seconds and lume quarters. Case back marked with the MOD broad arrow above 'GSTP 267547 XX'. A high quality JLC caliber 467/1 mechanism. Circa 1940.

Case Width 51 mm.

£ 365 (US$ 480) (Euro 432)

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MP5.

BRITISH NAVAL PATTERN 300 POCKET WATCH

Watches

A British Naval pattern 300 pocket watch. A nickel case in a hermetically sealed design, screw down front and back. Case back marked PATT 300 above the British Military broad arrow and 1659. Original bevelled glass fitted to the case. A high quality 15 jewel caliber 30 mechanism by Revue. Circa 1940.

Case Width 55 mm.

£ 365 (US$ 455) (Euro 412)

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MP6.

ELGIN ROYAL NAVY MASTER WATCH CHRONOMETER

Barometers

A World War 2 period Elgin Royal Navy chronometer watch. The original case bearing the MOD broad arrow to the back and 'H.S.3'. A mahogany case with leather padding to the top and watch surround. An enamel dial with broad arrow mark and sweep seconds signed 'ELGIN'. The case back has serial number 53380. A high quality 22 jewel mechanism with Breguet over-coil Elinvar type balance which is micro adjustable and a goose neck spring. Signed Elgin and B.W. Raymond. Serial numbers date the watch to 1943.

£ 925 (US$ 1194) (Euro 1102)

 

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MP7.

WWII BRITISH NAVY DECK/AIRCRAFT WATCH

Watches

A British Naval deck/aircraft watch. An enamel dial with Roman numerals and large blued steel hands. An outer black bezel recording from 0-360, rotated by hand when bezel lock is released. A high quality Swiss made mechanism with gilded finish by Doxa. Numbered 588 to the dial and case back inner. Marked to the case back with code HS4. Circa 1939.

Case Width 63 mm.

£ 795 (US$ 1040) (Euro 943)

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MP8 .

JAEGER LECOULTRE GSTP POCKET WATCH

Watches

A Jaeger LeCoultre GSTP British military pocket watch. A painted dial with subsidiary seconds and lume quarters. Case back marked with the MOD broad arrow above 'GSTP 280131 XX'. A high quality JLC caliber 467/1 mechanism. Circa 1940.

Case Width 51 mm.

£ 445 (US$ 516) (Euro 584)

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MP9.

WWII LEONIDAS GSTP BRITISH MILITARY POCKET WATCH

Watches

A Leonidas GSTP British military pocket watch. A silvered dial with subsidiary seconds and lume dots. Case back marked with the MOD broad arrow above 'GSTP U 4429'. A 15 jewel mechanism made by Unitas. Circa 1940.

Case Width 51 mm.

£ 265 (US$ 339) (Euro 298)

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MP10.

WWII CORTEBERT EXTRA GSTP POCKET WATCH

Watches

A Cortebert Extra GSTP British military pocket watch. A black dial with subsidiary seconds and lumed Arabic numerals. Case back marked with the MOD broad arrow above 'GSTP T 2333'. A 15 jewel caliber 526 mechanism made by Cortebert. Circa 1940.

Case Width 51 mm.

 

£ 195 (US$ 251) (Euro 226)

 

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MP11.

TISSOT GSTP BRITISH MILITARY POCKET WATCH

Watches

A Tissot GSTP British military pocket watch. An enamel dial with subsidiary seconds and lume quarters. Case back marked with the MOD broad arrow above 'GSTP I06164'. A 15 jewel, caliber 43 mechanism by Tissot. Circa 1940.

Case Width 51 mm.

£ 145 (US$ 183) (Euro 161)

 

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MP12.

1943 BRITISH MILITARY OMEGA POCKET WATCH

Watches

An Omega GSTP British Military issue pocket watch. An enamel dial with subsidiary seconds and black/lumed Arabic numerals. Case back marked with the MOD broad arrow above 'GSTP F036043'. A 38.5L.T1 mechanism. Circa 1943.

Case width 51mm

£ 345 (US$ 390) (Euro 431)

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MP13.

WWII CYMA GSTP BRITISH MILITARY POCKET WATCH

Watches

A Cyma GSTP British military pocket watch. An enamel dial with subsidiary seconds and lume quarters. Case back marked with the MOD broad arrow above 'GSTP M 86388'. A 15 jewel mechanism signed Cyma. Circa 1940.

£ 125 (US$ 156) (Euro 141)

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MP14.

WWII GSTP BRITISH MILITARY POCKET WATCH

Watches

A GSTP British military pocket watch. An enamel dial with subsidiary seconds and lume dots. Case back marked with the MOD broad arrow above 'GSTP M 249'. A 15 jewel mechanism signed 9. Circa 1940.

Case Width 51 mm.

£ 145 (US$ 183) (Euro 161)

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MP15.

WWII ENICAR BRITISH MILITARY POCKET WATCH

Watches

An Enicar GSTP British military pocket watch. An enamel dial with subsidiary seconds and lume dots. Case back marked with the MOD broad arrow above 'GSTP XX P6168'. A 15 jewel caliber FHF 2144 mechanism signed Enicar. Circa 1940.

Case Width 51 mm.

£ 165 (US$ 209) (Euro 188)

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MP16.

ARTHUR SCHNEGG BRITISH MILITARY POCKET WATCH

Watches

An Arthur Schnegg GSTP British military pocket watch. A black dial with subsidiary seconds and lume dots. Case back marked with the MOD broad arrow above 'GSTP I21239'. Mechanism signed stamped with Arthur Schnegg trademark of a small snail. Circa 1940.

Case Width 51 mm.

£ 175 (US$ 222) (Euro 199)

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MP17.

WWII OMEGA GSTP BRITISH MILITARY POCKET WATCH

Watches

An Omega GSTP British Military issue pocket watch. An enamel dial with subsidiary seconds and black/lumed Arabic numerals. Case back marked with the MOD broad arrow above 'GSTP Y27296'. A 38.5L.T1 mechanism. Circa 1941.

Case width 51mm

£ 425 (US$ 559) (Euro 503)

 

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MP18.

WWII OMEGA GSTP BRITISH MILITARY POCKET WATCH

Watches

An Omega GSTP British Military issue pocket watch. An enamel dial with subsidiary seconds and black/lumed Arabic numerals. Case back marked with the MOD broad arrow above 'GSTP F018472'. A 38.5L.T1 mechanism. Circa 1943.

Case width 51mm

£ 425 (US$ 559) (Euro 503)

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MP19.

WWII OMEGA GSTP BRITISH MILITARY POCKET WATCH

Watches

An Omega GSTP British Military issue pocket watch. An enamel dial with subsidiary seconds and black/white Arabic numerals. Case back marked with the MOD broad arrow above 'GSTP Y04981'. A 38.5L.T1 mechanism. Circa 1942.

Case width 51mm

£ 425 (US$ 516) (Euro 458)

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MP20.

WWII OMEGA GSTP BRITISH MILITARY POCKET WATCH

Watches

An Omega GSTP British Military issue pocket watch. An enamel dial with subsidiary seconds and black/lumed Arabic numerals. Case back marked with the MOD broad arrow above 'GSTP F043614'. A 38.5L.T1 mechanism. Circa 1943.

Case width 51mm

£ 385 (US$ 473) (Euro 426)

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MP21.

BRITISH NAVY DECK WATCH WITH DECIMAL DIAL

Watches

A rare British Navy deck watch with decimal dial. A large 'staybrite' case with screw down front and back. A silvered dial with inner hour and minute dials in a highly legible red and blue colour scheme. The outer dial indicated from 0-10, is designed to be read in 1/100ths of minutes. A high quality mechanism, which was used in other deck watches such as the HS4. Numbered to the back 0552/521-0243 above the broad arrow and 694.

Below is an excerpt from 'A concise guide to Military timepieces 1880-1990' by Z M Wesolowski.

'These watches were supplied to the Royal Navy in 1942 and are fitted with a high quality 15 jewel movement and centre seconds hand. After the war the deck watches went into storage at the Chronometer section of the Hydrographic Department at Hermonceaux Castle; there during the 1950's they had their enamel dials replaced with special decimal dials using smaller hour and minute hands. the dial layout gives emphasis to minutes, which are picked out in red on the intermediate chapter ring and an outer ring has been calibrated to indicate 100 units per minute. These watches were particularly useful for rapid mathematical calculations.'

Case width 54mm

£ 725 (US$ 891) (Euro 800)

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Pocket Watch Chains Section

1.

9K GOLD POCKET WATCH CHAIN

Watches

A good quality 9K gold pocket watch chain. Elongated curb links, individually marked. 9K gold T bar to one end with a length of chain further down. A base metal clip to the other end.

Length 36 cm

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2.

SILVER POCKET WATCH CHAIN

Watches

A slim silver watch chain marked 'Mexican Silver' A T bar to one end and a clip to the other end.

Length 33cms.

£ 65 (US$ 83) (Euro 77)

 

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SILVER POCKET WATCH CHAIN

Watches

A good quality silver watch chain. A T bar to the middle above a bi color tag and marked 'WLFS and 1909. Individually hallmarked to each graduated link.

Length 44 cms.

£ 125 (US$ 159) (Euro 148)

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4.

HEAVY SILVER POCKET WATCH CHAIN

Watches

A top quality, very heavy silver watch chain. A T bar and large shield tag. A clip to the other end. Individually hallmarked to the graduated links and Birmingham 1917.

Length 42 cms.

£ 250 (US$ 322) (Euro 297)

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5.

BASE METAL POCKET WATCH CHAIN

Watches

A gilt metal pocket watch chain. A T-bar to one end, with graduated links.

Length 32 cms.

 

£ 45 (US$ 58) (Euro 54)

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FANCY LINK WATCH CHAIN

Watches

A decorative fancy link pocket watch chain. An open tag to one end and a clip to the other. Circa 1900.

Length 41 cms.

£ 75 (US$ 96) (Euro 89)

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7.

BASE METAL POCKET WATCH CHAIN

Watches

A base metal pocket watch chain. Large hooped links with a T bar to one end.

Length 34cms.

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SILVER pocket WATCH CHAIN

Watches

A silver pocket watch chain. A T-bar, a clip to one end and a length of chain to the other.

Length 24cms.

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CHATELAINE STYLE SILVER WATCH CHAIN

Watches

A high quality silver chatelaine style watch chain. A T-bar to one end, with a silver tassle fob. Decorative chain link sections to the center, with a clip to the end.

Length 29cms.

SOLD

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10.

CHATELAINE STYLE SILVER WATCH CHAIN

Watches

A quality silver chatelaine style watch chain. A T-bar to one end, with a silver tassle fob. Decorative chain link section to the center, with a clip to the end.

Length 26cms.

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11.

9K GOLD FANCY LINK POCKET WATCH CHAIN

Watches

A good quality 9K gold watch. A t bar to the centre and a clip to each end. Shaped links and extended twisted links at intervals.

Length 35cms.

SOLD

 

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12.

BASE METAL FANCY POCKET WATCH CHAIN

Watches

A base metal pocket watch chain. Rope twist links with a decorative tassle fob and a T bar.

Length 23cms.

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13.

BASE METAL LARGE LINK POCKET WATCH CHAIN

Watches

A base metal pocket watch chain. Large decorative links at intervals and a fob with a classical intaglio to one side and a coloured stone to the other.

Length 35cms.

SOLD

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14.

BASE METAL CHATELAINE STYLE WATCH CHAIN

Watches

A base metal chatelaine style pocket watch chain. A button loop clip and a tassle fob to one end. Decorative links at intervals.

Length 29cms.

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15.

BASE METAL POCKET WATCH CHAIN

Watches

A base metal pocket watch chain. Block link chains to either side, linking at the bottom.

Length 23cms.

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Antique Pocket Watch Stands Section

1.

 

Watches

A Black Forest gilt brass Victorian pocket watch stand. A bear and a beehive amongst foliage with a hanging loop.

Height 23 cms

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Watches

A good quality Victorian pocket watch stand. An ebonised case with ivory/bone column mounts. Surmounted by a bronze eagle with loop.

Height 15 cms

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Watches

A brass pocket watch stand. Will fit a watch up to 53 mm. Circa 1920.

Height 24 cms Width 18mm

£ 95 (US$ 122) (Euro 114)

 

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Watches

A gilt brass pocket watch stand with shell to the base. A hanging loop under the wreath cresting.

Height 19 cms

£ 85 (US$ 109) (Euro 101)

 

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