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    Charles Austin London Verge Fusee, circa 1820
    Case: sterling silver, pair case, plain, 59 mm, carved bow
    Dial: enamel, Roman hour chapters, black minute track, gold hands
    Movement: gilt full plate, fusee and chain, verge, pierced and engraved balance cock, steel three arm balance
    Signed: Chas. Austin London on the movement

    Condition Report*: Type: Charles Austin London Verge Fusee
    Dial: enamel, Roman chapters, black minute track
    Hands; gold pointers
    Metal: sterling hallmarked
    Case Info: plain, pair case
    Case Width: 59 mm
    Crystal: glass
    Watch Movement: gilt full plate, verge, fusee and chain, pierced and engraved cock, steel three arm balance
    Circa: 1820
    Condition: cases very good, movement good and ticking, dial very good, partial hour hand
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    Auction Dates
    December, 2008
    8th-10th Monday-Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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