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    Rumel Early 1/4 Hour Repeating Verge Fusee, circa 1710
    Case: 57 mm outer gold case pierced and engraved with birds, angel, figures and swirls, seven join hinge, inner silver case also pierced, inner steel bell
    Dial: silver and gilt, champleve enameled Roman numerals, outer minute track and five minute numbers, gilt open filigree hands
    Movement: fire gilt full plate, pierced and engraved winged balance cock, pierced tulip pillars, silver disc regulator
    Signed: signed Rumel on the dial (likely for Matthias Rumel of Salzburg)

    Condition Report*: Type: Rumel Early 1/4 Hour Repeating Verge Fusee
    Dial: silver, champleve Roman numerals
    Hands; gilt filigree
    Metal: silver inner case, 18k gold outer
    Case Info: pierced and engraved
    Case Width: 57 mm
    Crystal: glass
    Watch Movement: fire gilt verge fusee, pierced tulip pillars, pireced and engraved winged cock, steel hammers, inner steel case bell, chased and engraved dial plate edge, silver disc regulator
    Circa: 1710
    Condition: dial is very good, minute hand is later, cases are good overall but a marriage, movement is good but gummy, ticks and runs a bit, balance looks good, repeat train runs down but hammers not striking
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    Auction Dates
    December, 2009
    8th-9th Tuesday-Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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