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Lot 4179

Details: Antique 14k Gold c.1897 Elgin Hunter Pocket Watch with display case.

This handsome antique pocket watch was made by Elgin National Watch Company between 1896-1898. It features a full-plate 15 jewel movement, serial no. 6910219. Still in working condition. Housed in a decoratively engraved solid 14k gold case, with gold chain. Engraved with a hunter's cabin on one side, floral designs, and raised beaded /decorated edge design. Gilt movement finish.

Includes a custom wood display stand, which measures 5 3/4" wide by 8 1/2" tall by 2" deep. It features a circular brass framed glass window for viewing the watch when hung inside.

This lot is from the estate of a very well-known and well-respected lifetime Civil War collector in Upstate New York. Worth Auctions will feature scores of antique firearms, edged weapons, paintings, and unusual items over the next few months. A selection of post-1898 firearms by major manufacturers will also be featured.

National Book Auctions will also sell the thousands of rare and collectible volumes which cover nearly every notable personage and event of the Civil War including regimental histories.
Condition / Notes: This antique 14k gold Elgin pocket watch shows very handsomely, with mild wear and age. Some mild scratches present. In working order, with pristine movements. Generally well maintained.

Includes a custom handmade wood display stand which shows moderate age and wear.

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Antique 14k Gold C.1897 ELGIN HUNTER POCKET WATCH WITH

Estimate $500 - $700Apr 2, 2017
The Galleries at Worth Asset Brokerage
2085 Dryden Rd
Freeville, NY 13068
United States
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