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    Four 14k Gold 6 Size Hunters Case Watches
    Case: two multicolor gold with central diamonds on back, one engine turned and engraved, one with diamond and ruby set bird motif
    Dial: enamel, Roman numerals
    Movement: 7 to 15 jewels
    Signed: two Waltham, one Elgin, one Hampden

    Condition Report*: Type: Four 14k Gold 6 Size Hunters Case Watches
    Dial: white enamel, Roman numerals
    Hands; spade and moon hands
    Metal: all 14k gold, gold cuvette
    Gram Weight: 223
    Case Info: two multicolors, one with rubies and diamonds
    Case Width: 6 sizes, 39 to 41 mm
    Watch Movement: 7 to 15 jewels
    Circa: 1890-1905
    Condition: two running, dials good, two missing crystals, case all good to very good
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    October, 2016
    27th Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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