14k Waltham Hunting Pocket Watch Albert Fob 1908 Indian Gold
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A rare Gentleman's Early 20th Century 14kt Yellow, White, Pink and Green Gold American Waltham Hunting Case Pocket Watch, triple signed on the dial, case and movement, 15 jewel American Waltham movement complemented with a rich florally engraved and high relief elk on the front cover with an equally impressive engraved, multicolored high relief floral scene on the verso accented with a bank (non-monogrammed) family crest in the center in pink gold. The sides of the case are also richly engraved throughout. The white enamel dial is pristine, with gilt lobed edges applied Arabic numeral hour markers, fancy gold open work hands, subsidiary seconds at the 6 o'clock position. The pocket watch dial, case and movement are in pristine condition. The pocket watch has just been cleaned & serviced and keeps excellent time and comes with a 1 year time keeping guarantee.
This pocket watch is accompanied with an equally antique and impressive solid 14kt yellow gold Double Albert Fob Chain with one end accented with an original bezel set US Bullion 1908 Gold $5 Indian Half Eagle Coin in nice BU condition. Both together the fob and chain weigh almost 200 grams and would make a most impressive addition to any fine American Watch collection.
CHAIN WEIGHT: 45.5 Grams. (Fob Chain).
WATCH WEIGHT: 152.2 Grams. (Pocket Watch).
POCKET WATCH SIZE: 55.5mm (Case Diameter).
FOB CHAIN LENGTH: 12 Inch.
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A hunter-case pocket watch ("hunter") is the kind with a spring-hinged circular metal lid or cover, that closes over the watch-dial and crystal, protecting them from dust, scratches and other damage or debris. The majority of antique and vintage hunter-case watches have the lid-hinges at the 9 oclock position and the stem, crown and bow of the watch at the 3 oclock position. Modern hunter-case pocket watches usually have the hinges for the lid at the 6 oclock position and the stem, crown and bow at the 12 oclock position, as with open-face watches. In both styles of watch-cases, the sub-seconds dial was always at the 6 oclock position.
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