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A Victorian open faced Pocket Watch the white enamel dial with roman numerals and subsidiary dial

A Victorian open faced Pocket Watch the white enamel dial with roman numerals and subsidiary dial

Antique Gold and Blue Enamel Hunting Case Pocket Watch, Tiffany & Co.   Subsidiary seconds, dial & movement signed Tiffany & Co., c. 1890. With original fitted box signed Tiffany & Co. New York Avenue del'Opera Grand Prix L'Exposition Universelle 1878.

Antique Gold and Blue Enamel Hunting Case Pocket Watch, Tiffany & Co. Subsidiary seconds, dial & movement signed Tiffany & Co., c. 1890. With original fitted box signed Tiffany & Co. New York Avenue del'Opera Grand Prix L'Exposition Universelle 1878.

Silver Pocket Watch and an English Sterling Silver-mounted Watch Hutch, the watch with large Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, Swiss silver hallmarks to inside of case,  the hutch of repousse silver overlay on royal blue velvet, marks for London, 1898, William Comyns & Sons.

Silver Pocket Watch and an English Sterling Silver-mounted Watch Hutch, the watch with large Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, Swiss silver hallmarks to inside of case, the hutch of repousse silver overlay on royal blue velvet, marks for London, 1898, William Comyns & Sons.

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