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A steel cased Goliath pocket watch, the white enamel dial with thick black Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and outer minute divisions, gilt spade hands, high bevelled glass, the keyless wind movement numbered 73163, in polished steel case, contained in a silver mounted easel back travelling case, hallmarked for Birmingham 1899, maker’s mark ‘H W Ltd’, diameter 65.5mm, travelling case 11cm high. £240-280
A silver gilt cased quarter repeating silm pocket watch, the engine-turned gilt dial with black Roman numerals, jewelled key wound movement with cylinder escapement and two chimes, engine-turned cuvette inscribed ‘Cylindre, huit rubis’ and bearing French silver guarantee mark for 800 standard, Paris 1838-1962, engine-turned case with blank escutcheon, repeater operated by pushing crown, watch diameter 50mm. £460-500
Sold for £420
A silver pair cased verge pocket watch, by V. Sampson, London, the white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals, the full plate verge fusee movement with uncompensated steel balance wheel, signed and numbered ‘2940’, silver pair cases hallmarked for London, 1820 and bearing maker’s mark ‘WW’, total watch diameter 56mm. £240-280
Two white metal G.S.T.P. military issue pocket watches, the first with white dial and Arabic numerals, the hands and quarter numerals luminous, with subsidiary seconds dial, jewelled movement, case with screwdown back, bearing broad arrow, G.S.T.P and numbered ‘M74028’, the second of similar design, dial signed ‘Leonidas’ and case bearing broad arrow, G.S.T.P and numbered ‘U11740’. £150-200
A pocket watch by V. Sampson, London, together with a 9ct gold Albert chain and an 18ct gold fob watch, the openfaced pocket watch with signed white enamel dial and subsidiary seconds dial, signed jewelled movement, the plain case hallmarked for Chester, 1912, the Albert chain of uniform curb links, to swivel terminals and central T-bar, the openface fob watch with gilt dial, and scroll engraved case with import marks for 18ct gold, pocket watch...
Sold for £1,200
A gold half hunter pocket watch with chain and pencil the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and blued steel hands, lacking glass, 3/4 plate movement, the gold cuvette and front cover bearing import marks for 12ct gold, the plain case with blue enamel chapter ring, suspended from a 9ct gold baton and belcher-link chain, to a 9ct gold pencil fob, by Sampson Mordan & Co, in a case signed ‘J. W. Benson Ltd’, wat...
Sold for £460
An 18ct gold open face pocket watch and 18ct gold Albert chain, the open faced pocket watch with white enamel dial, black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the 3/4 plate key-wound movement signed ‘Rich. Hornby, 41 Pool Lane, Liverpool’ and numbered ‘26987’, the gold cuvette bearing presentation inscription, engine-turned case hallmarked for Chester, 1848, the uniform curb-link Albert chain with swivel and ring bolt clasp termina...
Sold for £1,100
A diamond set cocktail watch, the rectangular dial with guilloche detail and black Arabic numerals, jewelled Swiss movement, case stamped ‘platinum’ and numbered ‘5125’, the tonneau-shaped bezel and open-link shoulder set throughout with graduated single-cut diamonds, to a mesh-link strap, clasp stamped ‘plat’, dial length 18mm, total length of watch head and shoulders 58.5mm. £460-500
Sold for £380
A lady’s 18ct gold automatic calendar wristwatch, by Blanc Pain, the signed circular white dial with applied gilt Arabic numerals, centre sweep seconds hand and date aperture at 3, automatic movement, yellow gold case signed and numbered ‘1769’, with European convention mark, polished stepped bezel and lugs, to a black leather strap, with yellow gold buckle, stamped ‘750’, dial diameter 20mm. £600-800
A lady’s concealed dress watch/bracelet, by Dubro, the signed silvered rectangular dial with Roman numerals and spot hour markers, jewelled movement signed ‘KEWA’, the watch hidden beneath hinged buckle motif within track-link bracelet, mounted in yellow precious metal, case and clasp stamped ‘14k’, watch/bracelet length 15.5cm. £800-1000
A Cartier 18ct gold diamond set Panthere quartz lady’s wristwatch, the ivory dial with printed black Roman numerals and inner five minute track, secret signature at 10, blued steel hands, brushed and polished case with stepped diamond set bezel secured with 8 studs, the case back secured with 8 gold screws, with shouldered diamond set winding crown, jewelled Cal. 83 quartz movement, case numbered to the reverse 866911 32036, fitted 18ct gold C...
A Certina Bio Star Electronic stainless steel wristwatch, circa 1971-4, with ESA 9156 transistorised balance wheel movement, the signed silvered dial with applied baton numerals, featuring the biorhythm display, the three coloured dials for Intellect, Emotion and Fitness levels, with sweep seconds hand, in brushed steel case, with reference numbers 7500 1001 and 9073162 to the reverse, signed crown, and signed bracelet, with original red Certina...
Sold for £180
A Certina DS-2 Certronic stainless steel day date wristwatch, early 1970s, with ESA 9164 ‘tuning fork’ movement, the signed circular blue dial with applied luminous baton numerals and hands, red sweep seconds hand, day date aperture at 3, in brushed polished stainless steel case with signed crown and turtle back, on signed bracelet, with original red Certina box, watch head diameter 44mm. £200-300
A Certina DS-3 stainless steel quartz wristwatch, circa 1970s, the signed silvered dial with applied baton numerals, date aperture at 3, sweep seconds hand, in polished bezel, with signed crown, turtle back, numbered ‘750 1400 41’, on later unassociated brown strap, diameter 39mm. £100-120
A gentleman’s stainless steel Omega Seamaster automatic calendar wristwatch, 1970s, the signed circular dial with applied baton hour markers, date aperture at 3 and sweep seconds hand, within cushion-shaped brushed steel case with signed screw down back, to track-link bracelet strap with deployant clasp, bracelet numbered 653, dial diameter 42mm. £100-200
Sold for £340
An Omega Seamaster stainless steel LCD/Analogue ‘Chrono-quartz’ bracelet watch, 1970s, with quartz movement calibre 1611, the rectangular black dial with two LCD digital displays on the left, and analogue display on the right, with luminous baton hour markers and date aperture at 3, the brushed stainless steel case with rounded corners, push buttons for the chronograph functions to the left, and crown with time functions on the right, the rev...
Sold for £600
A long 9ct gold guard chain, of facetted belcher links, to a swivel clasp, chain and clasp stamped ‘9ct’, suspending a small lady’s fob watch with silvered dial and scroll engraved case, stamped ‘14k’, chain length 148cm, chain weight 22gm. £220-260
Sold for £320
A lady’s enamelled fob watch, the white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals and gilt scrolled hands, the jewelled cylinder escape movement numbered ‘8805’, the case stamped ‘18k’ with Swiss marks and numbered ‘61835’, the case has engraved detail and blue enamel highlights to the bezel and band, the reverse decorated with painted enamel portrait of a lady in a blue gown carrying water from a well, watch diameter 29mm. £250-3...
A small lady’s fob watch, the white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals, outer minutes scale and subsidiary seconds dial, with scrolled hands, jewelled movement, case with engraved decoration stamped ‘14K’, diameter 36.5mm. £460-500
A silver cased pocket watch, by Zenith, the signed white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals and outer 13-24 scale, with gold scrolled hands and subsidiary seconds dial, signed jewelled movement numbered ‘3159646’, the cuvette signed and bearing inscription ‘29.9.1948, Minne pa 30 arsdagen’, engine-turned case with gilding to the edges, bearing small initials verso, case stamped ‘800’, watch diameter 49mm. £180-200
A gunmetal cased chonograph pocket watch, the white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals and outer 0-60 chronograph scale in red, with subsidiary seconds dial at 6 o’clock and a subsidiary chronograph minute dial, running counter clockwise, at 12 o’clock, jewelled movement, in plain gunmetal case, chronograph button to the crown, watch diameter 51.5mm. £200-240
A ‘coin-silver’ cased pocket watch, by Waltham, the white enamel with signed ‘AWCo, Waltham’, with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the centre over-painted in cream with Arabic numerals 13-24 in red, high bevelled glass, the full plate movement signed ‘Wm Ellery, Waltham, Mass’ and numbered ‘2211503’, the heavy case stamped ‘Fahys Coin No 1’, watch diameter 58mm, gross weight 171gm. £180-200
A silver cased ‘Atlas’ Goliath pocket watch on Goliath chain, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, blue steel hands, high bevelled glass, the lateral lever escape top wind movement signed ‘The Atlas Watch, Manuf’d in Switzerland’, the heavy plain case bearing Swiss 875/1000 purity 1893-1934 assay mark, suspended on a heavy silver fetter and belcher-link Albert chain, with swivel terminal, links ha...
A 9ct gold lady’s wristwatch, by Rolex, the small signed circular dial with applied gilt Arabic numerals, signed jewelled movement, case signed, bearing import marks for 9ct gold and numbered ‘3584 3931’ with stepped shoulders and wire lugs, to a 9ct gold fancy-link bracelet strap, dial diameter 11mm. £200-300
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