Charles Frodsham Two-day Marine Chronometer
- Sold for:
- Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments - 2804M
- Date / Time :
- April 25, 2015 10:00AM
Charles Frodsham Two-day Marine Chronometer, No. 1727, 7 Pavement Finsbury Square, London, the 3 1/4-in. silvered brass dial inscribed Charles Frodsham/7 Pavement Squr, London. No.1727., with seconds bit, Wind-UP-Down indicator marked 0-56, Roman numerals and Maltese blued steel hands, 2 1/4-in. damascened plate, chain fusee movement with spring detent escapement, maintaining power, two-arm bi-metallic balance, helical hairspring, and diamond endstone, all in brass bowl with spring cushion, convex glazed bezel and gimbals set in a two-tiered mahogany box with retailer's label: Solomon Marks & Son/Chronometer Makers...Cardiff, inset brass bands and corners, bail carrying handles, and ivory boss marked 1727, Charles C. Hutchinson, 154 State Street, Boston, January 19, 1925 rate certificate accompanies the timekeeper, box approx. 6 in. square.
No serious condition concerns, movement runs well, box in good condition, brass in old lacquer, rate sheet seperated at the fold.
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