AUCTION : 220501

Horology & Jewelry Live Auction Event
Sunday, May 1st, 2022

- No Reserves - No Buyer's Premium - No Sales Tax - No Online Bidding Fees -

To be held at the Doubletree by Hilton Manchester Downtown Hotel, 700 Elm St, Manchester NH.

Preview 8am-10:45am, Auction starts at 11am.


THIS IS A PARTIAL CATALOG as of 01/20/2022, subject to revision.

All are welcome to attend live, in person!
We will also accept live online bidding and pre-arranged telephone bids. 



American Pocket Watches

Stock#: JH57162

DESCRIPTION: APW - Waltham, Crystal Plate, serial #12, Model 1872 with free-sprung balance, 16-17J, 16S, 18K gold (tested) OF original display case with threaded bezels, s#1773 marked to case band and both bezels, white enamel DS dial with Arabic numerals in radial orientation and with distinctive Old English "A.W.Co." signature, SW-LS, free-sprung balance, back plate and balance cock constructed of polished transparent rock crystal, gold pallet bridge, gilt damascene dial plate, gilt pillar screws, frosted and damascened winding wheels, s#12. Gross weight of assembled watch 68.4 dwt (106.4 g). One of the most beautiful and iconic watches in American horology, the Waltham Crystal Plate movements have red ruby jewels friction set directly into the upper plate giving the illusion of their floating in mid-air. This particular example is especially notable as it is believed to be the only known 16 size open face Crystal Plate that is equipped with a free-sprung balance; and this watch is also a strikingly beautiful example with its superb condition throughout, its unusual and elegant top grade dial, and its gold skeleton style case with an ideal simplicity of design that serves to present the piece without distraction. This example became known to the collecting community in the late 1990s when it was discovered among a jeweler's inventory in Lisbon, Portugal, and soon after this watch was featured on the cover of the October, 1999 NAWCC Bulletin. In total it is believed that only approximately 20 to 25 examples of the 16 size Crystal Plate were produced, and for more excellent information on this watch type we recommend the excellent April 2003 NAWCC Bulletin article titled "Waltham's Crystal Plates" that was written by Gerrit A. Nijssen and Carl B. Goetz.
CONDITION: Mvt: Running, nearly mint cosmetic mvt condition overall, upper crystal plate with a small flake and tiny adjacent scratch at perimeter edge outside the crown wheel, crystal balance cock with a tiny pinpoint flake at one edge of its hairspring stud protrusion, upper crystal plate and crystal balance cock otherwise flawless, gilt dial plate with superb color and luster, winding wheels with some tiny specks of mild oxide; flawless dial; virtually mint hands; case shows hardly any wear, nick to band near 2, no dents; tight bow, crown shows hardly any wear; good glass crystals.
ESTIMATE: $30000 - $60000

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Stock#: JH55230

DESCRIPTION: APW - Waltham, American Watch Co with non-magnetic alloy balance and hairspring, Model 1872, 21J, 16S, heavy 18K gold original A.W.Co. HC, gold cuvette, fancy white enamel SS impressed dial with yellow and blue markings, extensive gold foil decoration, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, non-magnetic alloy balance and hairspring, quilted pattern nickel damascene, s#2747889. Gross weight of assembled watch 87.0 dwt (135.2 g). A beautifully finished top grade movement; Waltham's Model 1872 "American Watch Co." grade is considered by many collectors to represent the peak of movement finish quality and aesthetics among American industrial watchmaking. This particular example is notable for having a non-magnetic alloy balance wheel and hairspring which is a feature that is only found among a very small fraction of this grade's production.
CONDITION: Mvt: Running, nearly mint cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces, very few micro-fine scratches, tiny nick to plate surface above mid-point of s#, few very small bits of oxide to winding wheels, underside of balance wheel has been inspected and confirmed to have correctly matching s# to mvt; nearly flawless dial with short scratch at upper perimeter above 12, few minuscule pinpoint edge nicks under bezel, pinpoint dark spot above upper-right of seconds-register which is an as-made finish imperfection; excellent hands; case shows little wear, very slight shallow ding right of front center evident as a slight ripple to reflected light, good engraving detail; tight bow, crown shows ample wear with ridge break; good glass crystal.
ESTIMATE: $5000 - $7600

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Stock#: JH56973

DESCRIPTION: APW - Elgin, 17J, 18S, 14K multicolor gold false box hinge original S. Pian HC with magnificent equestrian detail to rear of three horse's heads with each having an inset diamond for its eye, front with rose gold shield surrounded by multicolor floral detail, gold cuvette, white enamel DS dial with impressed center, SW-LS, nickel damascene, s#15670344. Gross weight of assembled watch 86.4 dwt (134.4 g).
CONDITION: Mvt: Running after a sluggish start, nearly mint apart from some evident surface dirtiness, few micro-fine scratches; nearly flawless dial with tiny edge flake under bezel near 12, few micro-fine scratches, mild circular hand rub mark within seconds-register; fine hands, minute with oxide to tip; case shows hardly any wear, no exterior dents or dings, cuvette with three prominent depressions to allow space for culet of diamonds, cuvette with a circular protruding ding likely caused by the high point of the mvt balance cock, superb engraving detail, case front open sluggishly; tight bow, crown shows light wear; good glass crystal.
ESTIMATE: $3400 - $5200

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Stock#: JH56974

DESCRIPTION: APW - Aurora, Grade 113, 15J, 18S, heavy 14K multicolor gold HC recase with magnificent equestrian detail to rear of two horses' heads having inset diamonds at their eyes, this scene framed within a rose gold diamond border with cabochon rubies at its corners which is itself framed by a multicolor floral wreath, front with rose gold shield having surrounding multicolor floral detail, framed with in a rose gold diamond border which is itself framed by a multicolor floral wreath, gold cuvette, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, nickel damascene, rose gilt mvt screws and regulator assembly, s#74884. Gross weight of assembled watch 88.1 dwt (137.1 g). A spectacular multicolor equestrian case with very impressive in-hand presence.
CONDITION: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, scattered fine to micro-fine scratches with the most notable being a fine scratch at right side of barrel bridge; dial with scattered hairlines including an outer chapter cluster between 2 and 4 and an outer chapter cluster between 10 and 11, edge chip at setting lever area, edge chip near 10; excellent hands; case shows very little wear, no exterior dents or dings, cuvette with prominent ding at left side, cuvette with few depressions to allow space for gemstone culets, excellent engraving detail, case rear with a bit of play at its hinge; tight bow, crown shows medium wear with ridge break; good glass crystal.
ESTIMATE: $3400 - $5200

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Stock#: JH56976

DESCRIPTION: APW - Elgin, 11J, 16S, very heavy 14K multicolor gold drum style original HC with exquisite train scene to rear which includes an inset diamond as locomotive headlamp, front with ornate monogram initials, gold cuvette with engraved name, glazed observation cover over mvt, white enamel dial, SW-LS, gilt mvt, s#950205. Gross weight of assembled watch 82.8 dwt (128.9 g). A stunning multicolor case that ranks among the most exceptional locomotive cases we have handled.
CONDITION: Mvt: Running, fine-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, haze to central portion of train bridge, otherwise excellent gilt tone, fine scratch to barrel bridge between barrel arbor and edge of plate; dial with very faint perimeter hl at 3:30, micro-fine scratch within lower portion of seconds-register; excellent hands, some oxide to tip of minute and central hub of minute; case shows very little wear, two small dings to perimeter of front, small ding at upper-left perimeter of rear to area left of locomotive headlamp, excellent engraving detail though with some less than perfect retouching of the horizontal fine lines above locomotive cab causing appearance as parallel fine scratches in this area; tight bow, crown shows light wear; good glass crystals.
ESTIMATE: $3000 - $5000

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Stock#: JH55235

DESCRIPTION: APW - Waltham, American Watch Co, Model 1872, 21J, 16S, heavy 14K rose gold OF J&S (Jeannot & Sheibler) recase, gold cuvette, glazed observation cover over mvt, fancy white enamel SS impressed dial with gold and silver foil decoration inside hour numerals, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, quilted pattern nickel damascene, s#2605048. Gross weight of assembled watch 70.3 dwt (109.4 g). A beautifully finished top grade movement; Waltham's Model 1872 "American Watch Co." grade is considered by many collectors to represent the peak of movement finish quality and aesthetics among American industrial watchmaking.
CONDITION: Mvt: Running, fine-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces, main plate with small marring tight around three of the pillar screws, some scattered fine scratches, foot of balance cock with scattered pecks and dings, winding wheels with few small oxide spots; dial with two short perimeter hls at 11:30, some small edge flaking around 10, mild hand rub within seconds-register; excellent hands; case shows light wear, some dings or mild soft dents to perimeter of rear; tight bow, crown shows ample wear; good glass crystal though with some looseness within bezel seat.
ESTIMATE: $3000 - $4400

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Stock#: JH56750

DESCRIPTION: APW - Elgin, Convertible model, 15J, Grade 50, 16S, heavy 18K gold J&S (Jeannot & Shiebler) HC recase, gold cuvette, white enamel SS dial, SW-LS, nickel damascene, s#1374059. Watch comes as pictured with a beautiful heavy 14K gold double-Albert chain with curved T-bar and with an attached gold-filled cigar cutter fob, chain measures 20 inches from clasp to clasp. Gross weight of assembled watch 82.6 dwt (128.5 g). Gross weight of 14K gold chain with gold-filled fob removed 36.0 dwt (56.0 g).
CONDITION: Mvt: Ticking sluggishly with low balance amplitude on a full wind, overhaul recommended, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, some toning of plate surfaces, scattered mild small surface spots and micro-fine scratches; dial with light hl near 7, scattered edge flakes; excellent hands; case shows light to medium wear, some mild dings to front and rear, few corresponding light dings to cuvette, reduved engine turning detail with full loss to much of front and rear shoulders; tight bow, crown shows medium wear; good glass crystal. 14K gold double-Albert chain is excellent showing little wear. Gold-filled cigar cutter fob shows light wear with wear to brass in areas.
ESTIMATE: $3600 - $4400

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Stock#: JH56975

DESCRIPTION: APW - Rockford, 15J, 18S, heavy 14K multicolor gold original M.F. & Co. (Marshall Field & Company) HC with exquisite engraving detail, front with central shield engraved "Nov 7th 1887" and surrounded by rose gold log frame and multicolor floral detail, rear with mine cut diamond at center within a multicolor gold rosette surrounded by rose gold log frame and multicolor floral detail, gold cuvette engraved "Presented to J.S. Devore by Fenie M. Devore," "John Baumer, Omaha, Neb." marked white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, nickel damascene, s#169762. Gross weight of assembled watch 93.6 dwt (145.7 g). An exceptionally beautiful case with vibrant color and exquisite crisp detail.
CONDITION: Mvt: Ticking very sluggishly on a full wind after some prodding to start, overhaul needed, virtually mint cosmetic mvt condition overall, some attractive mild toning of plate surfaces, very few minimal micro-fine scratches; dial with scattered outer chapter hls; nearly mint hands; case shows virtually no wear, no dents or dings, exquisite crisp engraving detail, case with additional lever-set slot filed to accommodate present mvt but with no sign of having ever held another mvt leading us to believe this modification was performed at its original point of sale; tight bow, crown shows hardly any wear; good glass crystal.
ESTIMATE: $3000 - $3800

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Stock#: JH56977

DESCRIPTION: APW - Hampden, Railway, 15J, 18S, heavy 14K multicolor gold box hinge original HC with diamond inset to 8-pointed rose gold rear star with surrounding multicolor floral detail and design elements, front with rose gold shield surrounded by multicolor floral detail and design elements, gold cuvette, fancy white enamel SS dial with two shades of gold foil decoration, SW-LS, nickel damascene, s#654569. Gross weight of assembled watch 90.0 dwt (140.0 g). A very impressive multicolor gold case with vibrant color detail and a substantial in-hand presence.
CONDITION: Mvt: Running, fine cosmetic mvt condition overall, some scattered surface spots and fine to micro-fine scratches; dial with group of hls below seconds-register at 5:30, some very small edge flakes under bezel between 5 and 6; fine hands, minute with finish loss; case shows little wear, dent to band at 11, very small puncture to band immediately adjacent boxed section at 2, few scattered dings to rear, cuvette with prominent depression at center to allow space for diamond culet, cuvette with numerous scattered dings elsewhere, good engraving detail though with mild reduction at front and rear shoulders; tight bow, crown shows ample wear with ridge break; good glass crystal.
ESTIMATE: $2800 - $3800

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Stock#: JH57478

DESCRIPTION: APW - Dudley Watch Co, Masonic, Model 3, 19J, 12S, white gold-filled OF original display case, refinished metal dial, SW-SS, lever escapement, jeweled barrel arbor, gold jewel settings, nickel pillar plate with engraved gilt bridges in the form of Mason's tools, silvered Holy Bible on winding bridge, s#5307. This example comes as pictured with an attractive sterling silver chain and also with a magnificent silver and gilt ball-form Masonic fob which has four exterior latches which release to allow it to unfold into a cross comprised of six equal sized pyramids with Masonic symbols on each of their sides; this fob style being exceedingly unusual and a truly perfect accessory to this watch!
CONDITION: Mvt: Ticking sluggishly on a full wind, crown needing some downward pressure as turned to prevent it from lifting into setting position, overhaul recommended, fine-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, some toning of plate surfaces, barrel bridge with a mismatched screw; refinished dial with surface spotting; fair hands with substantial oxide and finish loss; case shows hardly any wear, some small scratches to band near front and rear bezel opening positions, no dents or dings, superb engraving detail; tight Deco-style bow, crown shows hardly any wear; good glass crystals. Chain shows little wear, an attractive darkened patina. Fob is excellent with good folding and unfolding function, good gilt exterior finish, and inner surfaces with superb engraving detail and some attractive dark patina.
ESTIMATE: $2000 - $3000

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Stock#: JH58027

DESCRIPTION: APW - Rockford, Grade 800, 24J, 18S, 14K gold HC recase with attractive engraving detail including a griffin to upper front and rear, front shield with an applied Masonic double-headed eagle figure (Eagle of Lagash, for the Scottish Rite), gold cuvette, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, capped third wheel, jeweled barrel arbor with a distinctive "eye" type appearance created by the combination of gold jewel setting and polished steel navette-form plate, mvt marked "RG" denoting railroad grade, fishscale pattern nickel damascene, s#542710. Gross weight of assembled watch 89.1 dwt (138.5 g). A rare high grade railroad watch, the total production of the Grade 900 is believed to be 500 made.
CONDITION: Mvt: Running, setting mechanism operating with a clicking sensation and sound, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous surfaces, profuse fine to micro-fine scratches and pinpoint surface nicks to balance cock foot, few fine to micro-fine scratches elsewhere; dial with scattered small fine scratches and surface nicks; fine hands, minute with some abrasions; case shows ample wear, evident past repair of front hinge and adjacent area of case lid, crease type ding to front left of center, mild dent to band at 11:30, reduced engraving detail; tight bow thinned at top, crown shows ample wear with ridge break; good glass crystal.
ESTIMATE: $2400 - $3000

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Stock#: JH58025

DESCRIPTION: APW - E. Howard & Co, Boston, Series V, 15J, L-S (just over 15S), heavy 14K rose gold original E.H. & Co. HC with initials to front shield, gold cuvette, white enamel SS dial, umbrella style hands, SW-SS, gilt mvt, s#66103. Gross weight of assembled watch 88.1 dwt (137.1 g).
CONDITION: Mvt: Running, fine-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, some scattered haze spotting and micro-fine scratches, mild fingerprint-type etching of plate perimeter adjacent pendant area; nearly flawless dial with mild surface rub above seconds-register, few infinitesimal pinpoint nicks of seconds-register hole rim, some glue seepage evident at seconds-register seat indicating likely its re-securing at some time in the past; excellent hands, hour and minute with some slight bends and small bits of oxide and finish loss; case shows very light wear, nick or small ding to band at 11:30, no dents, engine turning detail reduced at shoulders with few areas nearing full loss; tight bow, crown shows medium wear; good glass crystal.
ESTIMATE: $2000 - $2600

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Stock#: JH58030

DESCRIPTION: APW - E. Howard & Co, Boston, made by Waltham, 23J, 16S, heavy 14K gold original Howard case with Jurgensen-style lips, flush hinges, gold cuvette, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, jeweled barrel, striped pattern nickel damascene, ornate winding wheel damascene, s#1005470. Gross weight of assembled watch 65.1 dwt (101.3 g). An excellent example of this scarce watch, this 23 jewel bridge model was Waltham's top grade product made for Howard.
CONDITION: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, few micro-fine scratches, mild oxide to regulator assembly, some minuscule specks of oxide to winding wheels; dial excellent apart from beveling wear of its perimeter under bezel; fine hands, minute with oxide and finish loss to tip, seconds-hand with areas of oxide and finish loss; case shows light wear, some dings to band at 5:30, very slight soft ding toward upper-center rear evident as mild ripple of reflection; tight bow which is not seated flush to pendant at one side, crown shows ample wear; good glass crystal.
ESTIMATE: $1600 - $2200

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Stock#: JH56751

DESCRIPTION: APW - Waltham, 15J, 16S, 14K gold original B.W.C.Co. HC with spectacular leaf and ornate textured detail throughout front, rear and band, gold cuvette, white enamel SS dial, SW-SS, nickel damascene, s#15622779. Gross weight of assembled watch 64.1 dwt (99.7 g). An exquisitely beautiful case with ornate and very unusual engraving detail.
CONDITION: Mvt: NR, fully wound, balance swings fairly freely, overhaul needed, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, scattered mild micro-fine scratches, winding wheels with some oxide; nearly flawless dial with tiny edge nick at 6 under bezel; excellent hour and minute hands, fine seconds-hand with oxide; case shows hardly any wear, no dents or dings, superb engraving detail; tight bow, crown shows little wear; clean plastic crystal.
ESTIMATE: $1400 - $2000

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Stock#: JH57691

DESCRIPTION: APW - Ball Hamilton, Official Standard, Grade 998 Elinvar, 23J, 16S, gold-filled OF original Ball Official RR Standard stirrup bow case, white enamel SS dial, SW-LS, mono-metallic balance with blued Elinvar hairspring, fully capped lever escapement, jeweled barrel arbor, bull's-eye pattern nickel damascene, s#B652223. An excellent example of this top quality railroad watch, the Grade 998 Elinvar had a total production of 2700 made and was produced between 1939 and 1942.
CONDITION: Mvt: Running, nearly mint cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous plates with few tiny micro-fine scratches, regulator spring with some small bits of oxide, larger winding wheel with very small oxide spot at perimeter; nearly flawless dial with mild fine perimeter scratch at 1, tiny edge nick under bezel near 5, pinpoint surface nick at 4:30; excellent hands, mild bend to tip of hour; case shows little wear, mild ding toward right perimeter of rear, good engraving detail; tight bow, crown shows light wear; good glass crystal.
ESTIMATE: $1200 - $1600

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Stock#: JH58026

DESCRIPTION: APW - Waltham, Railroader, 17J, Model 1888, 16S, gold-filled original HC with attractive engraving detail including a small house scene at center rear, white enamel SS dial, SW-SS, spiral pattern nickel damascene, s#7066989. The Railroader is very rare in this hunting case Model 1888 version.
CONDITION: Mvt: Running after a sluggish start, winding mechanism skipping occasionally, overhaul recommended, fine cosmetic mvt condition overall, small "1200x" marking scribed to plate surface above s#, scattered fine to micro-fine scratches elsewhere with the most prominent radiating from the case screw area, marring around stem detent screw, some small dark spots to train bridge, mild oxide to steelwork; dial with crudely patched edge chipping between 8 and 9, hl near 7:30, hls at 3:30, small edge hl at 9, small surface nick near 7, some edge flakes under bezel; fine hands, oxide to minute tip, finish loss to portions of seconds-hand; case shows light wear, no dents or dings, reduced engraving detail; tight bow, crown shows light wear; good glass crystal.
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1600

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Stock#: JH55227

DESCRIPTION: APW - Otay Watch Co, Otay, California, 15J, 18S, HC model mvt in sidewinder orientation in nickel OF display case, white enamel SS dial, SW-LS, "Adjusted" marked mvt, gilt mvt, s#30027. This scarce and short-lived southern California maker was only in production from May to November of 1890, with a total output of about 1200 watches made.
CONDITION: Mvt: NR, likely broken mainspring, balance will tick briefly after a twist, overhaul needed, excellent-plus cosmetic mvt condition overall, good overall gilt tone with some mild darkening around main plate jewel settings, few micro-fine scratches; nearly flawless dial with few minuscule scattered edge and surface nicks, small fine scratch near 3; fine hands with oxide; case shows no sign of having held another mvt during its history, case shows virtually no wear, few pinpoint nicks to band near 12; tight bow, crown shows virtually no wear; good glass crystals.
ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1400

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Stock#: JH57668

DESCRIPTION: APW - Illinois, Bunn Special, Grade 163, 23J 60 Hour, Type I marking, 16S, gold-filled OF original Bunn Special Model 28 case with brushed satin finish and fancy engraved initials to rear, "Illinois Bunn Special 23 Jewel 60 Hour" marked white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, jeweled barrel arbor, rayed pattern nickel damascene, s#5390157. An absolutely exceptional example, in virtually as-new condition throughout.
CONDITION: Mvt: Running, nearly mint cosmetic mvt condition overall, bright lustrous plates, few small micro-fine scratches to balance cock, few small specks of oxide to regulator assembly and one to larger winding wheel edge; virtually flawless dial with few negligible small micro-fine scratches; nearly mint hands; case shows no wear, tiny nick to band at 4, no dents or dings, superb crisp engraving detail; tight bow, crown shows hardly any wear; good glass crystal.
ESTIMATE: $1000 - $1300

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Stock#: JH58023

DESCRIPTION: APW - Waltham, Vanguard with winding indicator, 21J, Model 1892, 18S, gold-plated OF case of the style made for the collector's market in the 1970s from original Star Watch Case Co dies, white enamel triple-sunk dial with Canadian market 13 to 24 hour indications, SW-LS, lever escapement with capped escape wheel, jeweled barrel, diamond endstone, checkerboard center pattern nickel damascene, s#16188150.
CONDITION: Mvt: Running, excellent cosmetic mvt condition overall, some typical fine to micro-fine scratches, small patch of abrasion adjacent right-side train bridge screw, smaller winding wheel with an oxide spot, lever jewel setting is a brass replacement; dial with cluster of outer chapter hls at 8, short fracture with tiny associated surface flaking to lower-left corner of center section; fine hands, oxide to tip of minute, winding indicator hand with some vertical bend near center and some finish loss; case shows hardly any wear, no dents or dings; tight bow, crown shows hardly any wear; good glass crystal with some glue excess at its seat.
ESTIMATE: $800 - $1200

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Stock#: JH57669

DESCRIPTION: APW - Hamilton, Grade 992 with scarce two-tone damascene and "Adjusted For Railroad Service 21 Jewels" signed dial, 21J, 16S, gold-filled OF original case, white enamel DS dial, SW-LS, fully capped lever escapement, two-tone checkerboard pattern gilt and nickel damascene, gilt mvt screws and regulator assembly, s#1531037. An attractive and desirable railroad marked watch; like nearly all known examples this movement has a secondary number (20044 in this instance) lightly scratched on the plate surface adjacent to the factory serial number.
CONDITION: Mvt: Running, nearly mint cosmetic mvt condition overall, superb two-tone color and luster, short scratch near fourth wheel jewel setting, few small bits of mild oxide to winding wheels, regulator spring is a replacement of differing gilt tone; dial with tiny bit of fill material evident at the seating of its seconds-register at upper-right and some minuscule bits of fill material evident at seating of center section indicating re-securing of dial sections and suggesting possibility of this dial's outer chapter and/or seconds-register being replaced having come from another Hamilton dial as a donor, dial with very small surface nick to outer chapter at 2:30, some areas of perimeter rub under bezel; excellent hands; case shows very little wear, small shallow ding to lower central rear, small nick to band at 6; tight bow, crown shows little wear; good glass crystal.
ESTIMATE: $700 - $1000

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