Rolex | Boucheron
Two watches, 1960s | Garrard | Watch circa 1952 | Boucheron
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Comprising: one with a circular dial, with baton and Arabic numeral hourmakers, to a tubular woven strap, signed Garrard , length approximately 168mm, Swiss assay mark, fitted stamped case stamped Garrard & Co.; one with a square dial with baton and Arabic numeral hourmarkers, to a plain black fabric strap, length approximately 110mm (adjustable) signed Garrard, numbered, Swiss assay mark, case stamped Garrard; and one with a rectangular dial, with baton and Arabic numeral hour markers, to a tubular woven strap, length approximately 177mm, signed Boucheron, Netherlands hallmarks mark, British import mark and sponsor's mark, maker's mark and case stamped Boucheron.
Watch with circular dial: dial signed Garrard, case with Swiss assay marks for 18 carat gold and further stamped 18K 0,750. Side of the case stamped 18 and .750, with Swiss assay mark. Movement: is running at the time of cataloguing and the date advancing. Overall condition good. Case stamped Garrard.
Watch with square dial: signed Garrard, case with Swiss assay marks for 14K gold and further stamped 14K 0,585. Numbered 95204. Movement: is running at the time of cataloguing and the date advancing. Fabric strap in good condition. Clasp closing securely. Case stamped Garrard.
Watch by Boucheron: Case signed Boucheron and stamped with JP, Netherlands hallmarks for 18 carat gold, British import mark and sponsor's mark, maker's mark, 18K and Made in France. Clasp stamped .750. Movement: is running at the time of cataloguing and the date advancing. Bracelet highly articulated. Case stamped Boucheron. Overall condition good.
Gross weight approximately 70.8 grams.
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