A fine large early 19th Century quarter repeating ruby cylinder by Breguet in a gold open face case. Keywind gilt bar movement with the watch number stamped on the plate under the dial, suspended going barrel with polished steel stopwork. Plain cock with polished steel parachute suspension, blue steel regulator with bi-metallic temperature compensation. Plain three arm gold balance with blue steel spiral hairspring. Breguet suspended ruby cylinder, small steel escape wheel. Push quarter repeating on two polished steel gongs. Signed engine turned gold dial numbered on the reverse, Roman numerals, blue steel Breguet hands. Engine turned gold open face case with engine turned middle. Gold repeating push in the pendant which is pulled out and twisted a quarter of a turn before use. Wound through the signed and numbered gilt metal cuvette. Maker's mark “JJL” in a diamond and number corresponding to that on the movement in the back cover together with casemaker's mark “T” and the number 2400. Accompanied by an official Breguet certificate taken from the original archives.