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    Vintage Enameled Lady's Imperial Sterling Watch Pin
    Case: marked sterling on the back of the bow, 14k yellow gold around the bezel, 21 mm, snap back multi-color enameled bow is approximately 17 mm x 30 mm, the drop is 14 mm, multi-enameled on the back cover with roses & leaves
    Dial: white metal, gold numerals & hands
    Movement: 7 jewel, manual wind, nickel, signed "Imperial Watch Co.



    Condition Report*: Type: Vintage Enameled Lady's Imperial Sterling Watch Pin
    Watch Movement: 1042
    Condition: dial is good, case is good, multi-color enamel is good except for a few very small cracks on the green on the left hand bottom of the bow ribbon, movement is running
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    Auction Dates
    July, 2013
    30th Tuesday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 11
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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