A late 19th Century Swiss lever with unusual braille dial in a silver full hunter case. Damascened nickelled three quarter plate keyless movement with going barrel. Plain cock with steel micrometer regulator, uncut bimetallic balance with blue steel overcoil hairspring. Club foot lever escapement. Unusual silvered metal dial with touch pins in the middle of the Roman numerals. These pins are all raised with the exception of the one for the current hour which lies flush with the dial. As the minute hand passes twelve the pins change instantaneously. Blue steel hands, the minute hand more robust than usual so that it can be touched to read the time. Engine turned silver full hunter case, shield shaped cartouche on the front cover with engraved monogram. Large set lever in the band marked “Patent”, silver cuvette, maker's mark “K&R”.