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Nicole Nielsen & Co., London
A FINE GOLD DOUBLE-DIALLED KEYLESS WATCH WITH CONCEALED CHRONOGRAPH DIAL 1921, NO. 10003
ACCÉDER AU LOT
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Nicole Nielsen & Co., London
A FINE GOLD DOUBLE-DIALLED KEYLESS WATCH WITH CONCEALED CHRONOGRAPH DIAL 1921, NO. 10003
ACCÉDER AU LOT

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Nicole Nielsen & Co., London
A FINE GOLD DOUBLE-DIALLED KEYLESS WATCH WITH CONCEALED CHRONOGRAPH DIAL 1921, NO. 10003
Movement: gilded, lever escapement, bi-metallic compensation balance, numbered 10003 to the top plate beneath the chronograph dial
Dials: first: white enamel open-faced, Roman numerals, outer minute track, blued steel hands; second: concealed white enamel calibrated for chronograph, two sunken subsidiary dials for constant seconds and 60-minute register, outer scale for chronograph seconds calibrated to fifths, sector for regulation, signed Nicole Nielsen, 14 Soho Sqe., London
Case: 18ct yellow gold, engine turned back centred with a decorative monogrammed cartouche, milled band with chronograph pusher, olivette with protective shoulders, hallmarked London 1921, case maker's mark W.S probably for William Sexton, pendant with maker's mark EN for Emil Nielsen
diameter 54mm
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Description

Nicole, Nielsen & Co. signed relatively few watches, however, they were well known in England as important suppliers of movements to such prominent firms as Charles Frodsham and Dent.

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

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