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    Hamilton Lady's White Gold & Diamond Watch, circa 1950's
    Case: 14k white gold, marquise shaped case, extended frames set 14 round full cut diamonds, approx. 1.00 cttw., 34 mm x 15 mm
    Dial: creme with applied white gold dot and tapered markers, blue spear hands
    Movement: 22 jewels, grade 757, manual winding
    Band: double strand 14k white gold band and clasp, 6 1/2 inches
    Signed: movement and dial signed Hamilton, case signed Ross

    Condition Report*: Type: Hamilton Lady's White Gold & Diamond Watch
    Dial: creme, white gold markers
    Hands; blue spear
    Metal: 14k white gold
    Gram Weight: 14.5
    Case Info: 14 diamonds, two body
    Case Length: 34 mm
    Case Width: 15 mm
    Crystal: acrylic
    Watch Movement: 22 jewels, grade 757, manual winding
    Band: 14k white gold band and buckle, 6 1/4 inch
    Circa: 1950's
    Condition: all in very good condition, running, near new
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    May, 2010
    4th-5th Tuesday-Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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