Patek Philippe pocket watches do not come up for sale often, nor do they appear in such good condition as this.One truly for the collectors of fine pocket watches. Circa: 1905 What a great looking antique pocket watch by the Hebdomas company.This particular pocket watch in the demi-hunter or sometimes called a half hunter is in a lovely pristine 9ct yellow gold, and dates from 1920. Made in solid 18ct yellow gold, this gents size full hunter pocket watch was made by the Waltham watch company in 1896.
Once you have armed your self with the information about your watch, you can go to the Information pages to determine the age of the watch.
This identifies the watch as being made by the American Waltham Watch Co. This tells us the case was made by the American Waltham Co. The serial number on the CASE DOES NOT GIVE ANY MORE INFORMATION.
The movement has been fully serviced and comes with a guarantee. A solid 14ct gold gents Patek Philippe pocket watch in absolute pristine condition.
The movement is fully jewelled by Patek Philippe, and has undergone a full service and runs perfectly.
On the inside of the cover we find on this watch, the logo AWco and K18.
An 8 day silver 0.925 Hebdomas open face pocket watch, made in Switzerland with an import hallmark for London 1913.
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Circa 1870 This lovely pocket watch in silver gilt, is enamelled on both sides, showing lovely Victorian scenes.
These pocket watches have the wonderful advantage of not just being an early timepiece, but a stunning piece of jewellery.
The enamel dial itself is flawless with not one hairline crack or mark, and showing Roman numerals it is really beautiful.