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Mechanical manual winding - 18K yellow gold
Pocket watch from the early twentieth century
Diameter 50 mm.
Thickness 12 mm.
Gross watch weight gr. 68
Anchor escapement, 18 rubies
Silver dial with arabic numeral hour markers
It has hallmarks in the internal case
In excellent condition
Working.
1000.00 €
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Teutonia, Hoeter & Cie, La Chaux de Fonds
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Historical noteabout Teutonia:
1872: Founded by Aug. Hoeter with the brand Teutonia, production of watches, watch parts, watch packages.
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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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Seconds sub-dial at 6 o'clock, burnished steel hands.
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Billodes was the Zenith Watchmaker name in the Middle East.
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