A GOLD HUNTING CASED MINUTE REPEATING KEYLESS LEVER WATCH
nickel finished lever movement, bi-metallic balance, two polished hammers striking on a gong, white enamel dial with Roman numerals and outer five minute divisions, subsidiary seconds at 6, blued steel spade hands, signed Dent, 53 Cockspur street, London, 18ct gold engine turned case with lion cartouche to the centre, slide repeat in the band, together with associated gilt metal chain
The Swiss movement is not running but is repeating at the time of cataloguing. Dial with cracks to the centre by the subsidiary seconds. Engine-turning to the case worn to the band but overall retains good definition.
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