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    Vacheron & Constantin, Gold Hunting Case Pocket Watch, Circa 1908

    Case: 46 mm, 18k yellow gold, case No. 86898-33.
    Dial: white enamel, circular, black Arabic numbers, sunken second hand dial at six o'clock, "Louis XV" gilt hands with whip second hand.
    Movement: adjusted, Swiss (made for C. R. Boas, Harrisburg, PA), No. 302640.
    Signed: Vacheron & Constantin on dial.
    Notes: cover monogrammed.

    Condition Report*: Type: Hunter's Case Pocket Watch Signed: Vacheron & Constantin Geneva Metal: 18K yellow gold Gram Weight: 88.6 grams
    Case #: 86898-33
    Watch Movement #: 302640 adjusted Swiss (made for C. R. Boas, Harrisburg, PA)
    Length: 56.9mm including crown
    Width: 46.2mm
    Height: 11.0mm
    Band: None
    Circa: 1908
    Condition: Very good. Working.
    Stones: None
    Notes: Monogrammed cover
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    December, 2006
    4th Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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