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Late 19th century pocket watch
Silver case 800, two-tones
White enamel dial in good condition, steel hands
Cylinder escapement, 6 rubies
working
Measurements: diam. 48mm thickness 11 mm
Chain lenght: 23 cm

Period: 1850-1900
Material fineness: 835 silver
Condition: In working condition with visible traces of use
500.00 €
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