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    George Graham London Verge Fusee, circa 1830
    Case: sterling silver hallmarked, pair cases, plain, 57 mm diameter
    Dial: enamel, Arabic numerals, rose spade hands
    Movement: #7197, gilt full plate, large engraved and pierced balance cock, fast/slow index with blue steel pointer
    Signed: Geo. Graham on the movement

    Condition Report*: Type: George Graham London Verge Fusee
    Dial: enamel with Arabic numerals
    Hands; rose spades
    Metal: sterling hallmarked
    Case Info: pair cases, plain
    Case Width: 57 mm
    Crystal: glass
    Watch Movement: # 7197, verge fusee, gilt large engraved and pierced balance cock, fast/slow index with blue steel pointer
    Circa: 1830
    Condition: movement runs and ticks, cases good, push piece on outer case missing, dial with outer chip an one at center
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    Auction Dates
    December, 2008
    8th-10th Monday-Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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