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A SLIM YELLOW GOLD AND ENAMEL HUNTING-CASED KEYLESS CHRONOGRAPH WATCH WITH REGISTERS NO 1822 CIRCA 1920
Estimate
10,00015,000
LOT SOLD. 13,125 GBP
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98
Cartier
A SLIM YELLOW GOLD AND ENAMEL HUNTING-CASED KEYLESS CHRONOGRAPH WATCH WITH REGISTERS NO 1822 CIRCA 1920
Estimate
10,00015,000
LOT SOLD. 13,125 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

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A SLIM YELLOW GOLD AND ENAMEL HUNTING-CASED KEYLESS CHRONOGRAPH WATCH WITH REGISTERS NO 1822 CIRCA 1920
• manual winding jewelled lever movement • silvered dial, painted Roman numerals, outer Arabic minute ring with 1/5 seconds divisions, subsidiary dials for 30 minute register and constant seconds • yellow gold case, central crest and coronet in blue enamel to front, coin-edged band, single chronograph button to the band, snap-on back • dial and movement signed, case back and bezel numbered 5831 and 1822, case numbered 5831, 3892 and 1822
diameter 50.5 mm
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Catalogue Note

The enamel crest to the case is of the Egerton family beneath the coronet of the Earl of Wilton. Taking into consideration the age of the of the watch, it might be fair for one to assume that the watch belonged either to Seymour Edward Frederick Egerton, the 6th Earl of Wilton (1896-1927) or his wife, Brenda, Countess of Wilton (1895-1930).

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