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    Vacheron & Constantin Heavy Gold Hunters Case, circa 1902
    Case: 52 mm, 14k yellow gold, engine turned lids, no. 37187, JS makers mark
    Dial: enamel, black Roman numerals, red five-minute numbers, "Spade" hands, subsidiary seconds
    Movement: no. 265002. nickel bridge, 18 jewels, wolf tooth winding, adjusted, straight line damaskeening
    Signed: double signed Vacheron & Constantin on dial and movement

    Condition Report*: Type: Vacheron and Constantin gold hunters case
    Signed: Vacheron and Constantin
    Dial: enamel, red fives, Roman hours
    Hands; blue spades
    Metal: 14k
    Gram Weight: 131.50 grams
    Case No: 37187
    Case Info: heavy, engine turned, JS makers mark
    Case Width: 52 mm
    Watch Movement: #265002, nickel bridge, signed and marked adjusted, 18 jewels wolf tooth winding
    Circa: 1902
    Condition: Movement is running strong, engine turnings show wear, bow shows wear, dial has no problems
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    May, 2008
    20th Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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