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    Vacheron & Constantin Lady's Gold Pendant Watch, circa 1910
    Case: 18k yellow gold, 33 mm, open face, swirl engravings on rim, back with fancy script name "Laura"
    Dial: white enamel, sub seconds, Arabic numerals, gold spade hands
    Movement: nickel bridge, # 310188, 18 jewels, adjusted, wolfs tooth winding, straight line lever
    Signed: triple signed Bigelow Kennard & Co.

    Condition Report*: Type: Vacheron & Constantin Lady's Gold Pendant Watch
    Dial: enamel, Arabic numerals
    Hands; gold spades
    Metal: 18k yellow gold
    Case Info: signed "Laura" on the back
    Case Width: 33 mm
    Crystal: glass
    Watch Movement: nickel bridge, # 310188, 18 jewels, adjusted, wolfs tooth winding
    Circa: 1910
    Condition: case is good, dial with hairline at one o'clock, movement good, runs a bit but needs servicing
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    December, 2009
    8th-9th Tuesday-Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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