For parts or repair. A circa 1899 Stem would Waltham coin silver cased pocket watch. Case is gold plasted with losses to the plating. Front cover opens to an approx 160 degrees, missing crystal, missing hour hand, wound tight. Works appear to be clean, but may only need a service to get working again, or the issue could be more serious. Beyond the plating loss, and front cover angle, case looks to be in nice condition with fancy edge and ding noted that is not notable from the outside but can be seen when looking at the underside of the back cover.
Please do review all of the photographs as I may have missed something.
Case: no noted dents, plating loss creating splotchy surface to the outer case
Inner Cover: Scratching at the opening point.
Rear cover: one noted ding visible from the inside of the cover.
Dial: No noted cracks
Hands: Retain original bluing missing hour hand
Crown: Find condition, does not wind, opens front cover fine, moves hand fine.
Works, appear clean, but wound tight, not running
Movement Serial Number: 7090805
Grade: No. 60
Estimated Production Date: March 1896 - September 1899
Run Quantity: 8,000
Total Production: 250,200
Movement Configuration: Hunting
Movement Finish: Gilt
Movement Setting: Pendant
Plate: 3/4 Split Plate
Railroad Grade: No
Please do review all of the photographs as they are of the actual item you are buying.
Please do check out my other items as I am happy to consolidate shipping!
This item condition is overall fair condition for parts or repair. This item is sold as is no return.
This item will be shipped via USPS First Class Mail.
IVL - W15
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Tags: Antique pocket watch, Model 1891, Noreturn, Silver pocket watch, Sold, Time pocket, Used, Waltham pocket watch
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