SOLD! for $390.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- Low Estimate: $300.00
- High Estimate: $400.00
- Realized: $390.00
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Four late 19th to early 20th century pocketwatches and a knife. 1st item: Waltham watch in gold filled embossed and engraved hunting case, monogrammed CK, the enameled porcelain dial with seconds hand, interior engraved WARRANTED B & B ROYAL 20 YEARS 3062649, the silver works engraved AWW CO WALTHAM MASS. III34485. 1-7/8" Diameter. 2nd item: Elgin watch in engraved gold-filled hunting case, illegibly monogrammed, the enameled porcelain dial with seconds hand, interior case engraved KEYSTONE WATCH CASE 3091887 with scales mark, and CECELIA TO ARTHUR DEC. 25 1910. Goldtone chain (not marked or tested). 3rd item: Hamilton open face pocket watch with seconds hand, plain gold tone case (probably gold filled) with illegible monogram, and gold-filled chain with pocket knife at other end. Case has no exterior markings and will not open. Knife case also unmarked. Chain marked J.F.S. SONS 1/6. 4th item: Swiss Gold-plated silver (vermeil) key-wind pocket watch with open face, the dial enameled with Roman numerals and handpainted image (appears to be watercolor) of a nude woman with wings hovering over a cornucopia. Dust cover engraved AIGUILLET or AIQUILLET ECHAPPEMENT A CYLINDRE QUATRE TROUS EN PIERRE. Inside back cover engraved ARGENT PLAQUE and 6392. Box is labeled B.D. King, Buffalo, NY. 1-5/8" diameter. Swiss, mid 19th century. Provenance: estate of Margaret Storck Hart, Buffalo, NY, descended in the family of Dr. Edward Storck of Buffalo. Condition: Watches 1-3 operate when wound, key wind watch not tested. 2nd item (Elgin watch) has wear to central area underneath seconds hand. 3rd item (Hamilton watch) has hairline to face. 4th item has small chip to lower edge of dial (at VI) and wear and grime to box; retains key.