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A James Poole Chronometer gold open face pocket watch, English fusee movement with free sprung helicor hairspring -detente escapement, circular white dial with Roman numerals, up and down indicator, signed dial and case, 18ct gold case hallmarked London 19
A large Victorian open face silver chronograph 'John Forest' pocket watch, hallmarked Birmingham 1867 with three quarter plate. Lever movement N.54589 signed 'Chronometer maker to the Admiralty' centre seconds hand. Enamel dial in good order. Diameter 60mm
An early Victorian silver chronometer pocket watch, case hallmarked London 1855 with lever movement signed Matheson chronometer maker N.67454. Three quarter plate movement. Enamel dial with chips. Diameter 52mm.
A good large engraved gold Consular case John Forest pocket watch, hallmarked on back cover Chester 1910, 9ct gold. Fusee and chain lever movement by John Forest N.93499 'Chronometer maker to the Admiralty'. Diameter 56mm. TW 142 gms.
A large heavy consular cased gold early Victorian pocket watch, hallmarked case, London 1837 in 18ct gold. Fat onion style watch with chronometer type compensation balance, engraved cockplate and diamond end stone. Fusee and chain drive movement signed Dav
A Zenith gold Chronometer open face pocket watch, crown wind and set movement, circular white dial with black Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial at six, signed dial and movement, 18ct gold case, 40mm diameter.
A c.1900 Swiss gent's chronometer 'Up and Down' pocket watch, the open face with porcelain dial, Roman numerals to the hours, an outer ring scaled to 300 detailed every 25 with Arabic numerals, two subsidiary dials, stem wind. London import marks for 1913
E J Dent, gold half hunter keyless pocket Chronometer, 18ct yellow gold, white Roman numeral dial, subsidary seconds at 9 O'clock, movement signed 'E J Dent, Watchmaker to the Queen, London', case and movement numbered 18325, case stamped with casemakers m
Brietling Emergency Orbiter 3 Chronometer watch, limited edition: 1830/1999, quartz movement, with distress transmitter, digital and analogue dial display, titanium case and band, with box and papers. Diameter 42mm. note: This series of Brietling watch is
A Swiss silver pocket chronometer, retailed by Eardley Norton, London, circa 1900, pivoted detent helical hairspring fuse movement, enamel dial, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, the monogrammed silver case stamped Schobler, Budapest 52mm diameter
An antique gold pocket watch crown wind, pin set, full hunter, high grade Swiss chronometer escapement, circular white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, pivoted dent dial and curvette signed 'Melm Miron', 18ct gold engine turned case with engraved arm
An early 20th century silver hunting case splitsecond chronometer pocket watch, Roman numeral white enamel dial with two subsidiary dials, dial marked for the retailer Hardy Bros, Sydney and Brisbane, sweep stop, two subsidiary dials, crown wind, Swiss lev
18ct cased patent Chronometer, full plate movement marked '33553' with back wind and set with external hacking button in English 18ct yellow gold case. No key, unable to test. Balance staff ok. Diameter 35mm
Chronometer pocket watch, American watch Co, the 18ct gold case with white dial, Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds hand, the back case opening to reveal chronometer dial and visible movement, case No. B14028, movement No. 1.279284, dial and movement si
Omega. A gentleman's yellow gold automatic chronometer wristwatch Constellation Meister. Champagne dial with applied gold and black enamel baton numerals centre sweep seconds date aperture. Screw back. Case dial and Crown signed. 38mm
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