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Lot 453


Estimate: $100 - $150
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AMERICAN AND OTHER POCKET WATCHES AND ARTICLES, LOT OF 13, including an American Watch Co. (Waltham) 11-jewel P.S. Bartlett model 1857 key-wind pocket watch, serial number 144913, having a white enamel dial with Roman chapter ring, a seconds subsidiary, and blued-steel spade hands, housed in a coin silver hunter case with lion passant pseudo hallmark featuring engraved American eagle and shield to front cover, including watch chain with three different keys; two Swiss "fakes" of American-type pocket watches marked for 23 jewels though may be less, consisting of a D. Hanlon W. Co. example, and one with spurious "R.I.W.Co." marks; a Waltham 7-jewel model 1894 pocket watch, serial number 17478622; an Elgin 28.8 mm white and pink enameled dial with gilt decoration; and two watch chains. Most marked. Second half 19th/20th century. Size 18s and smaller.


Fair to very good overall condition; cases, chains, and fobs with minor to moderate wear, surface scratches, and other imperfections including nicks, slight bending, one or a few dents, losses to gold, worn spots to engraving, etc.; enamel dials with one or a few hairlines, loose Elgin dial with a small chip edge at 8 position; Westclox, "R.I.W.Co", and New York Standard watches lacking crystals. D. Hanlon watch currently running and not timed for accuracy, remainder examples not currently running (see Catalogue Guarantee).

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From a West Coast estate collection.