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A very long late 19th Century 9 carat gold belcher pattern guard chain. Gold spring clip fastening the chain.
A very large late 19th Century Swiss lever watch of 8 days duration in a silver open face case and travelling case. Reversed three quarter plate gilt keyless movement. Compensation balance with blue steel overcoil hairspring. Polished steel index adjusted by removing the front bezel. Club tooth straight line lever escapement. Opening the back single cover reveals an open centrally placed barrel with a visible blue steel mainspring under a glass, almost the diameter of the movement, wound by a folding key. In the centre a brass thumb wheel is used to set the hands. Large white enamel dial with bold Roman numerals, blue steel hands. Substantial large plain silver open face case, maker's mark “HG” in an oval. In a fitted red morocco case lined with velvet, signs of an easel stand, now lacking.
A late 19th Century Swiss cylinder clock with a view of Lake Geneva on the dial. Keywind bar movement with suspended going barrel. Plain cock with blue steel regulator, plain three arm gilt balance with blue steel spiral hairspring. Polished steel cylinder, steel escape wheel. White enamel dial with a monochrome view over Lake Geneva depicting the bridge and buildings on the far bank., mountains in the background. Roman numerals, blue steel hands. Heavy circular brass case suitable for use as a paperweight and also with sliding dovetail mount to enable the clock to be hung on the wall. Very thick bevelled flat glass.