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    Ball Rare Brotherhood Of Locomotive Engineers Railroad Watch, circa 1904
    Case: Ball model, gold filled, 16 size, stirrup bow, back engraved with flowers, bird and blank frame
    Dial: enamel, single sunk, Arabic numerals, spade hands, B. of L.E. trademark at center
    Movement: Official Standard, 17 jewels, lever set, adjusted, gold inset B. of L.E. logo, circle damaskeening B134777
    Signed: dial and movement signed B. of L.E. trademark, case signed Ball model

    Condition Report*: Type: Ball Rare Brotherhood Of Locomotive Engineers Railroad Watch
    Model: 17 jewels by Waltham
    Dial: single sunk, B. of L.E. trademark
    Hands; spades
    Metal: gold filled
    Case Info: Ball model, bird and flowers
    Case Width: 16 size
    Crystal: glass
    Watch Movement: Official Standard, 17 jewels, adjusted, gold B.of L.E. logo, circle damaskeening, lever set, B134777
    Circa: 1904
    Condition: movement is very sharp, dial is superb, case is very good
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    December, 2009
    8th-9th Tuesday-Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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