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Pocket watch with double case in 18K gold, intended for export to Russia (brand "56" inside the case). On the main dial, in white enamel, indication of hours and seconds at six; on the rear dial, calendar with days of the week and month and movement on sight. Escapement to anchor, visible levers, 18 rubies
Diameter: 52 mm
Thickness: 18 mm
Total weight of watch: 101,9 g
In perfect working order.
1700.00 €
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Case: 33978, Swiss gold hallmark - 14K gold, plastic crystal, hinged bezel, hinged back, hinged dust cover, D=50.5mm
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Movement: Teutonia - calibre Teutonia 19''', Glashütte plate design, gold plated, silverde lever cock, 15 jewels, stem wind and pin set, Swiss lever escapement, bimetallic balance with gold screws and two steel regulation screws, Breguet hairspring, Reed's regulator

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1872: Founded by Aug. Hoeter with the brand Teutonia, production of watches, watch parts, watch packages.
1945: Reorganization as Bremon Hoeter SA with the brands Bonanza, Eclecto.
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The brand Teutonia was very probably intended for the German market, or markets appreciating German watches.
This Teutonia movement confirms this suspicion: It has a Glashütte plate design, and the case had both, German and Swiss gold hallmarks.
This is not uncommon: Many Siss watch companies produced watches of this kind. They were often signed as System Glashütte or Système Glashütte.
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Diameter 50 mm.
Thickness 12 mm.
Gross watch weight gr. 68
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French pocket watch, double case in gold.
White dial, with Roman numerals and cathedral hands.
18-karat rose gold case, in excellent general condition.
There are some slight keystrokes on the carrure.
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It bears the French trademark "Breveté Sans Garantie Du Gouvernement", related to registered patents which, in this way, were exempt from any liability from the government's point of view.
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Diameter 52 mm.
Thickness 12 mm.
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