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    A. Golay Leresche Enamel, Gold & Diamond Key Wind For Restoration
    Case: 35 mm, 18k gold, gold cuvette, chased edges, violet colored guilloche enamel front and back, floral motif of mine cut diamonds on the front
    Dial: enamel, Roman numerals, moon hands
    Movement: gilt bridge, 8 jewels, cylinder escapement
    Signed: A. Golay Leresche on the cuvette, with black ribbon neck chain and steel winding key


    Condition Report*: Type: A. Golay Leresche Enamel, Gold & Diamond Key Wind For Restoration
    Gram Weight: 37.3
    Condition: case has scratches to the enamel, enamel is chip on the back, dial is very good, movement is non-running
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    January, 2016
    26th Tuesday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 14
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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