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Of Australian Historical Interest: A Victorian gold hunter cased pocket watch and fob, circa 1877, the case with engraved initials, 'RDB', opening to reveal a white enamel dial signed and numbered Thomas Russell & Son, No 68798 with black Roman numerals an
An Elgin full hunter gold pocket watch. 10ct yellow gold case, marked 10ct Keystone, case no 5182867, fitted with a seven jewel Elgin movement, no 16570300, white enamel dial, black Roman numerals, two hands, subsidiary dial, case back and front detailed b
An early 20th century 14ct. yellow gold five minute repeater gent's fob watch, the open face with Arabic numerals in black, outer dial in red with seconds indicated, subsidiary seconds dial towards the base, marked with maker's name M.T. Stauffer, 21 jewel
An English mid-size gold pocket watch, key wind, key set English fusee lever movement, open face, circular gold dial with Roman numerals, engraved presentation to the curvette, 18ct gold engine turned case with raised scroll decoration, hallmarked London 1
18ct gold open face fob watch no 23668 by Dent, London watch maker to the Queen, white enamel dial back cover set with 72 rose cut diamonds as floral spray on royal blue guilloche enamel, lever wind marked Sheffield 1898
English half hunter gents pocket watch late 19th century, mechanical movement 18ct yellow gold case, subsidiary second hand, white enamel dial, makers stamp back of watch A.J. Walsh, 5 George St. Euston Rd. London 1879 diameter 50mm; (weight 107 grams) tog
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