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    Haas Gold & Enamel Pendant Watch With Matching Chain, circa 1910
    Case: 14k with blue guilloche enamel, back centered by a platinum and diamond filigree ornament, 29 mm, with a white gold and enamel matching neck chain
    Dial: silver, Arabic numerals, spade hands
    Movement: nickel bridge, straight line lever, 15 jewels
    Signed: movement and case signed Haas

    Condition Report*: Type: Haas Gold & Enamel Pendant Watch With Matching Chain
    Dial: silver, Arabic
    Hands; spades
    Metal: 14k gold
    Case Info: back with enamel and platinum set diamonds
    Case Width: 29 mm
    Crystal: glass
    Watch Movement: nickel bridge, 15 jewels, adjusted, lever
    Circa: 1910
    Condition: case and chain are good, dial is good, movement running, missing one case screw and the fast/slow pointer arm is missing
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    Auction Dates
    May, 2011
    3rd Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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