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C. J. Klaftenberger, London
A GOLD HUNTING CASED KEYLESS CHRONOGRAPH WATCH WITH CENTRAL MINUTE REGISTER AND REGULATOR-TYPE DIAL, THE CASE WITH THE ARMS AND MOTTO OF THE POTOCKI FAMILY OF POLAND 1872, NO.10708
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C. J. Klaftenberger, London
A GOLD HUNTING CASED KEYLESS CHRONOGRAPH WATCH WITH CENTRAL MINUTE REGISTER AND REGULATOR-TYPE DIAL, THE CASE WITH THE ARMS AND MOTTO OF THE POTOCKI FAMILY OF POLAND 1872, NO.10708
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C. J. Klaftenberger, London
A GOLD HUNTING CASED KEYLESS CHRONOGRAPH WATCH WITH CENTRAL MINUTE REGISTER AND REGULATOR-TYPE DIAL, THE CASE WITH THE ARMS AND MOTTO OF THE POTOCKI FAMILY OF POLAND 1872, NO.10708
Movement: gilded three-quarter plate, lever escapement, bi-metallic compensation balance, ruby endstone, the chronograph mechanism partly visible to the backplate, marked Patent and signed and numbered C. J. Klaftenberger, 157 Regent Street, London, 10708
Dial: white enamel, two sunken subsidiary dials for hours with Roman numerals and constant seconds with Arabic numerals, all hands blued steel, three central hands for constant minutes, chronograph seconds and chronograph minute recording all indicating to outer black track, signed C. J. Klaftenberger, London
Case: 18ct gold polished case, chronograph pusher to the band, the cover with the Pilawa coat of arms, a coronet above and motto Scutum Opponebat Scutis of the Polish noble family of Potocki, the back with engraved monogram, hallmarked London 1872 and with maker's mark AN within cameo probably either Adolph Nicole or Alexis Nicole, case covers and cuvette numbered 10708
diameter 51mm
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Masterworks of Time: Adolf Lange, The Golden Era of Glashütte

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