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Masterworks of Time: Adolf Lange, The Golden Era of Glashütte

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Dent, London
A FINE GOLD HUNTING CASED MINUTE REPEATING KEYLESS LEVER WATCH WITH REGULATOR DIAL 1888, NO.29373
Movement: gilded ½ plate movement, lever escapement, bi-metallic compensation balance, diamond endstone, two polished steel hammers repeating on two coiled gongs, signed and numbered Dent Watchmaker to the Queen, 33 Cockspur Street, London, no. 29373
Dial: white enamel, two sunken subsidiary dials for hours with Roman numerals and seconds with Arabic numerals, outer minute track with central hand, all hands blued steel, signed and numbered Dent, 33 Cockspur Street, London, 29373
Case: 18ct gold case with plain polished covers, sunken repeating slide to the band, hallmarked London 1888, the case back with maker's mark EP within an oval cameo probably for Emile Petit, cuvette with maker's mark C.N E.N within a square cameo for Charles Nicole & Emil Nielsen trading as Nicole Nielsen & Co. and numbered 29373 
diameter 54mm
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By 1876, the firm of Nicole, Nielson and company were one of the most prolific watchmaking firms, supplying high grade watches to important firms such as Dent. 

Masterworks of Time: Adolf Lange, The Golden Era of Glashütte

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Geneva