Three English Silver Fusee Lever Watches
- Sold for:
- Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments - 2890M
- Date / Time :
- April 29, 2016 10:00AM
Three English Silver Fusee Lever Watches, late 19th century, all three with chain fusee lever escapement movements in silver open-face cases, a white enamel Roman numeral dial marked Sir John Bennett, London, movement marked with maker's name and 64&65 Cheapside, London, 44827, and two with silver dials and applied gold Roman numerals, one with movement marked I Wiseman, Hamilton, 61166, the other with dust cover marked John Forrest, 35406, London EC, movement marked London, chronometer maker to the Admiralty, dia. 50 to 58 mm.
All three watches will tick. Forrest case hallmarked to Chester, 1891 and has soft solder case repair. Wiseman has matching case and movement number and hallmarked to London, 1873. Bennett has matching case and movement numbers and hallmarked to London 1885, porcelain dial in good condition.
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